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Curriculum vitae - University of Ottawa
September 2016
GILLES GRENIER
PERSONAL DATA:
Born in Saguenay, Québec, January 10, 1950
Canadian citizen
Marital status: married, one child
Languages: French, English
ADDRESS:
Department of Economics
Faculty of Social Sciences
University of Ottawa
120 University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 6N5
Tel: (613) 562-5800, ext. 1423
Fax: (613) 562-5999
E-mail:[email protected]
DEGREES:
Ph.D., Economics, Princeton University, 1982
M.A., Economics, University of Ottawa, 1975
B.A., Economics, Université Laval, 1972
EMPLOYMENT:
1995 - present, Full Professor, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa
1987 - 1995, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa
1982 - 1987, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa
1981 - 1982, Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa
1980 - 1981, Lecturer, Department of Economics, Université de Sherbrooke
1 1975 - 1976, Economist, Economic Council of Canada, Ottawa
1972 - 1974, Economist-statistician, Statistics Canada, Ottawa
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Labour and Human Resources Economics
Economics of Immigration
Applied Econometrics
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
Member of the Research Group on the Economics of Immigration, Faculty of Social
Sciences, University of Ottawa, 2009 - present.
Chair, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa, January 1998 to June 2002.
Visiting Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India, 1997
Member of the Committee for the Aid to Scholarly Publications Programme, Humanities
and Social Sciences Federation of Canada, since 1997-2000
Editor, L=Actualité économique, July 1992 to June 1996
Director, Joint Ph.D. programme in Economics, University of Ottawa and Carleton
university, July 1990 to June 1994
Visiting researcher at the Economic Council of Canada, July 1989 to June 1990
Chair, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa, July 1985 to June 1989
Teaching of courses in the following areas: labour economics, econometrics, sources of
economic data, microeconomic theory, population economics, introduction to
mathematical economics, macroeconomic theory.
Supervision of 79 M.A. major papers, three Ph.D. dissertations and one M.A. thesis
successfully completed at the Department of Economics of the University of Ottawa
Member of the editorial board of L=Actualité économique, 1988-1992
Member of the editorial board of Canadian Journal of Economics, 1989-1992.
Evaluation of manuscripts for L=Actualité économique, American Economic Review,
Bulletin of Economic Research, Canadian Ethnic Studies, C.D. Howe Institute, Canadian
2 Journal of Development Studies, Canadian Journal of Economics, Canadian Public
Policy, Canadian Social Sciences Association, Conseil québécois de la langue française,
Contemporary Policy Issues, Demography, Economic Inquiry, Energy Studies Review,
European Economic Review, Fraser Institute, Health and Welfare Canada, Human
Resources Development Canada, International Economic Journal, International
Migration, International Migration Review, Journal of Human Resources, Journal of
Labor Economics, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Journal of
Socio-Economics, Labour Economics, Multiculturalism and Citizenship Canada, Regards
sur le travail, Research in Labor Economics, Review of Economics and Statistics, Social
Science Quarterly, Southern Economic Journal, Statistics Canada.
Outside evaluator for SSHRC and FCAR
Member of an evaluation committee for FCAR, 1990-1992
Member of a panel for AOntario Graduate [email protected], 1987- 1989
Member of the following associations: American Economic Association, Canadian
Economics Association, Société canadienne de science économique
CONTRACTS AND RESEARCH GRANTS:
2014, L’impact de l’immigration sur la dynamique économique du Québec (The Impact
of Immigration on Quebec’s Economic Dynamics), Ministère de l’immigration, de la
diversité et de l’inclusion, Québec.
2013, Conference of the Economics of Immigration, Citizenship and Immigration
Canada, Human Resources and Skill Development Canada.
2010, Conference of the Economics of Immigration, Citizenship and Immigration
Canada, Human Resources and Skill Development Canada.
2006-2007, Social Capital and Labour Market Outcomes of Recent Immigrants to
Canada, Citizenship and Immigration Canada
2003, The Economic Contribution of Immigration: the Situation in the World and in
Quebec, Ministère des relations avec les citoyens et de l=immigration, Québec
1999, Immigration, languages and Economic Performance in Quebec and Ontario,
University of Ottawa
1995, Conference on Sustainable Development and the Labour Market (with P. J.
Crabbé), Canadian Employment Research Forum
1992-1994, Jobless Durations of Displaced Workers (with D. Gray), University of
3 Ottawa
1991, The Earnings of Immigrants in Canada, 1971, 1981 and 1986, University of
Ottawa
1989, Older Workers in an Aging Society, Health and Welfare Canada
1988, The Linguistic Aspects of the Demographic Situation in Canada (with R.
Lachapelle), Health and Welfare Canada
1985-1987, Analysis and Wages and Performance in the National Hockey League (with
M. Lavoie), University of Ottawa
1985, Earnings and Languages in Canada: an Econometric Analysis, SSHRC
1985, Social and Economic Adaptation of Indochinese Refugees (with G. Neuwirth, J.
deVries and W. Watkins), Employment and Immigration Canada
1984, Health Care Costs in Canada: Past and Future Trends, Royal Commission on the
Economic Union and Development Prospects for Canada
1984, Earnings of Language Groups and Determinants of Language Shifts in Canada in
1981, University of Ottawa
1983, Bilinguisme, transferts linguistiques et revenus du travail au Québec, Conseil de la
langue française, Québec
1982, Economic Analysis of Linguistic Behaviour in Canada, University of Ottawa
PUBLICATIONS:
1.
Book edited
Crabbé, Philippe J., David Gray and Gilles Grenier, Sustainable Development and the
Labour Market, Institute for Research on Environment and Economy, Ottawa, 1996, 329
pages.
2.
Chapters of books
Grenier, Gilles, and Serge Nadeau, “English as the Lingua Franca and the Economic
Value of Other Languages: the Case of the Language of Work in the Montreal Labour
Market”, in Michele Gazzola et Bengt-Arne Wickström, The Economics of Language
Policy, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass. (2016, forthcoming).
4 Grenier, Gilles, “The Value of Language Skills”, in Klaus F. Zimmermann, IZA World
of Labor, Bonn, November 2015, pp. 1-10 (http://wol.iza.org/articles/economic-value-oflanguage-skills).
Grenier, Gilles, AWhy Some People Earn More than [email protected], in Hassan Bougrine,
Mario Seccareccia et Ian Parker (editors), Introducing Microeconomic Analysis: Issues,
Questions and Competing Views, Emond Montgomery, Toronto, 2010, pp. 265-275.
Grenier, Gilles, AImmigration Policy in Canada: A Quebec [email protected], in Charles M.
Beach, Alan G. Green et Jeffrey G. Reitz (editors), Canadian Immigration Policy for the
21st Century, John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen=s
University, Kingston, 2003, pp. 201-208.
Grenier, Gilles, AThe Effects of Language Characteristics on the Wages of HispanicAmerican [email protected], in Klauss F. Zimmerman and Thomas Bauer (editors), The Economics
of Migration, Volume II, Chamberley Surrey, U.K.: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2002,
pp 411-428 (previously published in Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 19, No. 1, Winter
1984, pp. 35-52).
Bloom, David E., Gilles Grenier et Morley Gunderson, AThe Changing Labour Market
Position of Canadian [email protected], in Klauss F. Zimmerman and Thomas Bauer (editors),
The Economics of Migration, Volume II, Chamberley Surrey, U.K.: Edward Elgar
Publishing Ltd., 2002, pp 112-130 (previously published in Canadian Journal of
Economics, Vol. 28, No. 4b, November 1995, pp 987-1005).
Grenier, Gilles, ARéflexions sur les relations entre langues et économie avec application
au cas [email protected] (AReflections on the Relationships between Languages and the Economy
with Applications to the Canadian Case) ,in Langues officielles et économie, Canadian
Heritage, Ottawa, 1997, pp. 175-184.
Grenier, Gilles, AUne analyse de la performance économique de la population [email protected] (AAn Analysis of the Economic Performance of the Franco-Ontarian
[email protected]), Actes du colloque L=Ontario français, valeur ajoutée?, Centre de recherche
en civilisation canadienne française, Université d=Ottawa, 1996, pp. 9-38.
Crabbé, Philippe J., David Gray and Gilles Grenier, ASustainable Development and the
Labour Market: An [email protected], in Philippe J. Crabbé, David Gray et Gilles Grenier
(editors), Sustainable Development and the Labour Market, Institute for Research on
Environment and Economy, Ottawa, 1996, pp. 3-34.
Lavoie, Marc, and Gilles Grenier ADiscrimination and Salary Determination in the
National Hockey League: 1977 and 1989 [email protected] in G.W. Scully (editor), Advances
in the Economics of Sport, JAI Press, 1992, pp. 151-175.
Bloom, David E, and Gilles Grenier, AThe Earnings of the French Linguistic Minority in
Canada and the Spanish Minority in the United [email protected], in Barry Chiswick (editor),
5 Immigration, Language and Ethnicity: Canada and the United States, Washington: AEI
Press, 1992, pp.373-409.
Bloom, David, and Gilles Grenier, AEconomic Perspectives on Language: The Relative
Value of Bilingualism in Canada and the United [email protected], in James Crawford (editor),
Language Loyalties: A Source Book on the Official English Controversy, Chicago:
University of Chicago Press, 1992, pp. 445-52.
Gera, Surendra, and Gilles Grenier AInterindustry Wage Differentials: Evidence and
[email protected] in S. Gera (editor), Canadian Unemployment: Lessons from the 80's and
challenges for the 90's, Ottawa: Economic Council of Canada, 1991, pp. 129-137.
Gilles Grenier, ABilingualism Among Anglophones and Francophones in [email protected], in
Demolinguistic Trends and the Evolution of Canadian Institutions, Association for
Canadian Studies, 1989, pp. 35-45.
Gilles Grenier, AShifts to English as Usual Language by Americans of Spanish Mother
[email protected], in R.O. de la Garza, F.D. Bean, G.M. Bonjean, R. Romo et R. Alvarez (editors),
The Mexican American Experience: An Interdisciplinary Anthology, Austin: University
of Texas Press, 1985, Chapter 25, pp. 346-358.
Gilles Grenier, AHealth Care Costs in Canada: Past and Future [email protected], in François
Vaillancourt (Research Coordinator), Income Distribution and Economic Security in
Canada, Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Prospects for
Canada, Volume 1, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985, Chapter 7, pp. 251-282.
Gilles Grenier, ABilinguisme, transferts linguistiques et revenus du travail au Canada:
quelques éléments [email protected] (Bilingualism, Language Transfers and Earnings in
Quebec: Some Elements of Interaction), in François Vaillancourt (editor), Économie et
Langue, Québec: Documentation du Conseil de la langue française, No. 20, 1985, pp.
243-287.
Dagum, Camilo, Gilles Grenier, Doug Norris and Mario Bédard, AMale-Female Income
Distributions in Four Canadian Metropolitan Areas: An Application Using Personal
Income Tax [email protected], in W. Alvey et B. Kilss (editors), Statistics of Incomes and Relative
Administrative Records, Washington: Department of the Treasury, 1984, pp. 103-110.
Bloom, David E., et Gilles Grenier, AThe Economics of Sex Preferences and Sex
[email protected], in N.G. Bennett (editor), Sex Preselection of Children, Academic Press, 1983,
pp. 113-128.
6 3.
Articles in refereed journals
Grenier, Gilles, and Yi Zhang, “The ‘Negative’ Assimilation of Immigrants: A Counterexample from the Canadian Labour Market”, Journal of Labor Research, 2016
(forthcoming)
Coulombe, Serge, Gilles Grenier and Serge Nadeau, "Quality of Work Experience and
Economic Development - Estimates Using Canadian Immigrant Data", Journal of Human
Capital, 2014, Vol. 8, no3, pp. 199-234.
Coulombe, Serge, Gilles Grenier and Serge Nadeau, "Human Capital Quality and the
Immigrant Wage Gap", IZA Journal of Migration, 2014, 3: 14
Grenier, Gilles, Book review of Linguistic Justice for Europe and the World (by
Philippe Van Parijs, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2011, 312 pages), Relations
industrielles – Industrial Relations, Vol. 63, No. 3, 2014, pp. 654-655.
Zhang, Weiguo, and Gilles Grenier, "How Can Language Be Linked to Economics: A
Survey of Two Strands of Research”, Language Problems and Language Planning, Vol.
37, No. 3, 2013, pp. 203-226.
Grenier, Gilles, and Serge Nadeau, AImmigrants Access to Work in Montreal and
Toronto", Canadian Journal of Regional Science, Vol 34, No. 1, April 2011, pp. 19-33.
Grenier, Gilles, and Li Xue, ACanadian Immigrants’ Access to a First Job in their
Intended Occupation”, Journal of International Migration and Integration, Vol. 12, Issue
3, 2011, pp. 275-303.
Grenier, Gilles and Akbar Tavakoli, AGlobalisation and Wage Inequality: A Comparison
of the Manufacturing Sector in Canada and the United States from 1970 to 2001",
Journal of Income Distribution, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2009, pp. 53-69.
Grenier, Gilles, AThe Internal Migration of the Immigrant and Native-Born populations
in Canada Between 1976 and [email protected], Journal of Socio-Economics, Vol. 37, Issue 2, April
2008, pp. 736-756..
Grenier, Gilles, and Akbar Tavakoli, AGlobalization and Wage Inequality in the
Canadian Manufacturing Sector: A Time Series [email protected], Global Economy Journal,
Volume 6, Issue 2, article 5, 2006, pp. 1-25.
Grenier, Gilles, AEn quelle année vaut-il mieux être né ? Les revenus des hommes et des
femmes au Canada pendant un quart de siè[email protected] (AIn Which Year is it Better to be Born ?
The Incomes of Men and Women in Canada during a Quarter of a [email protected]), L=Actualité
économique, Vol. 79, No. 3, September 2003, pp. 245-276.
7 Grenier, Gilles, AImmigration, langues et performance économique: le Québec et
l=Ontario entre 1970 et [email protected] (AImmigration, Languages and Economic Performance:
Quebec and Ontario Between 1970 and [email protected]), L=Actualité économique, Vol. 77, No. 3,
September 2001, pp. 305-338.
Grenier, Gilles, Book Review of Compétences et récompenses: la valeur des langues en
Suisse (by François Grin, Éditions Universitaires Fribourg, Suisse, 1999, 261 pages),
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Vol. 22, No.2, 2001, pp. 173-74.
Grenier, Gilles, AChangements de structures et emploi dans les années deux [email protected]
(AChanges in Structures and Employment in the Years [email protected]), Études
internationales, Vol. 29, No. 2, 1998, pp. 391-404.
Gray, David, and Gilles Grenier, AJobless Durations of Displaced Workers: A
comparison of Canada and the United [email protected], Canadian Public Policy / Analyse de
politiques, Vol. 24, numéro spécial, 1998, pp. S152-S169.
Grenier, Gilles, ALinguistic and Economic Characteristics of Francophone Minorities in
Canada: A Comparison of Ontario and New [email protected], Journal of Multilingual and
Multicultural Development, No. 18(4), 1997, pp. 285-301.
Bloom, David E., and Gilles Grenier, ALanguage, Employment, and Earnings in the
United States: Spanish-English Differentials from 1970 to 1990", International Journal
of the Sociology of Language, No. 121, 1996, pp. 45-68.
Bloom, David E., Gilles Grenier and Morley Gunderson, AThe Changing Labour Market
Position of Canadian [email protected], Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 28, No. 4b,
novembre 1995, pp 987-1005.
Gray, David, and Gilles Grenier,@The Determinants of Jobless Durations of Displaced
Workers in [email protected], Applied Economics, Vol. 27, 1995, pp. 829-839.
Grenier, Gilles, and
Maurice Saint-Germain, ALe Parti québécois, le non à
Charlottetown et le Bloc québécois: est-ce le même é[email protected] (AThe Parti Québécois, the
No at Charlottetown and the Bloc Québécois: Is it the Same [email protected]), Revue
québécoise de science politique, No. 26, automne 1994, pp. 161-178.
Gray, David, and Gilles Grenier, AFermetures d=usines et durées sans emploi: signaux et
comportements de recherche d=emploi au [email protected] (APlant Closures and Jobless
Durations: Signals and job Search Behaviour in [email protected]), Économie et Prévision,
numéro 113-114, 1994, pp. 207-217.
Gera, Surendra, and Gilles Grenier, AInterindustry Wage Differentials and Efficiency
Wages: Some Canadian [email protected], Canadian Journal of Economics / Revue canadienne
d=économique, Vol. 27, No. 1, février 1994, pp. 81-100.
8 Grenier, Gilles, AL=immigration et les revenus relatifs des femmes, des jeunes et des
personnes peu scolarisées au [email protected] (AImmigration and the Relative Earnings of
Women, Young and Poorly Educated Workers in [email protected]), L=Actualité économique, Vol.
68, No. 4, December 1992, pp. 697-713.
Lavoie, Marc, Gilles Grenier et Serge Coulombe, APerformance Differentials in the
National Hockey League: Discrimination Versus Style of Play [email protected], Canadian Public
Policy / Analyse de politiques, Vol. 18, No. 4, December 1992, pp.461-469.
Grenier, Gilles, and Marc Séguin,@L=incidence du salaire minimum sur le marché du
travail des adolescents au Canada: une reconsidératon des résultats [email protected] (AThe
Impact of the Minimum Wage on the Labour Market of Teenagers in Canada: A
Reconsideration of the Empirical Results@), L=Actualité économique, Vol. 67, No. 2, June
1991, pp. 123-143.
Grenier, Gilles, Book Review of Les grèves au Canada: causes et conséquences (Strikes
in Canada: Causes and Consequences, by R. Lacroix, Les Presses de l=Université de
Montréal, 1987, 167 pages), L=Actualité économique, Vol. 66, No. 1, March 1990, pp.
125-128.
Grenier, Gilles, AThe Effects of Language Characteristics on the Wages of HispanicAmerican [email protected], Southwest Journal of Business and Economics, Vol. VI, No. 4, Fall
1989, pp. 21-30 (previously published in Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 19, No. 1,
Winter 1984, pp. 35-52).
Lavoie, Marc, Gilles Grenier and Serge Coulombe, ADiscrimination Versus English
Proficiency in the National Hockey League: A [email protected], Canadian Public Policy/Analyse
de politiques, Vol. 15, No. 1, January 1989, pp. 98-101.
Grenier, Gilles, ALes conséquences économiques de l=insularité linguistique du Québec:
un [email protected] (AThe Economic Consequences of Quebec=s Linguistic Insularity: A
[email protected]), L=Actualité économique, Vol. 64, no. 3, September 1988, pp. 464-466.
Grenier, Gilles, AParticipation au marché du travail, revenus et langues au Québec: le cas
des femmes marié[email protected] (ALabour Force Participation, Earnings and Languages in Quebec:
The Case of Married [email protected]), L=Actualité économique, Vol. 64, No. 1, March 1988, pp.
5-22.
Lavoie, Marc, Gilles Grenier and Serge Coulombe, @Discrimination and Performance
Differentials in the National Hockey [email protected], Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de
politiques, Vol. 13, No. 4, December 1987, pp. 407-422.
Grenier, Gilles, AEarnings by Language Group in Quebec in 1980 and Emigration from
Quebec Between 1976 and 1981", Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne
d=économique, Vol. 20, No. 4, November 1987, pp. 774-791.
9 Grenier, Gilles, David E. Bloom and D. Juliet Howland, AAn Analysis of the First
Marriage Patterns of Canadian [email protected], Canadian Studies in Population, Vol. 14, No. 1,
June 1987, pp. 47-68.
Grenier, Gilles, and Guy Lacroix, ALes revenus et la langue: le cas de la capitale
[email protected] (AEarnings and Language: The Case of the National [email protected]), L=Actualité
économique, Vol. 62, No. 3, September 1986, pp. 365-384.
Dagum, Camilo, Gilles Grenier and Mario Bédard, ARépartition du revenu selon le sexe
dans quatre agglomérations urbaines du Canada: exemple d=application des données des
déclarations de revenus des [email protected] (AIncome Distribution by Sex in Four Canadian
Metropolitan Areas: An Application Using Personal Income Tax [email protected]), L=Actualité
économique, Vol. 62, No. 1, March 1986, pp. 23-42.
Grenier, Gilles, AUne analyse microéconomique des déterminants des transferts
linguistiques des minorités hors-Québec en 1971" (AA Microeconomic Analysis of the
Determinants of Language Transfers Among Minorities Outside Quebec in [email protected]),
L=Actualité économique, Vol. 60, No. 2, June 1984, pp. 149-163.
Grenier, Gilles, AShifts to English as Usual Language by Americans of Spanish Mother
[email protected], Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 65, No. 2, June 1984, pp. 537-550.
Grenier, Gilles, AThe Effects of Language Characteristics on the Wages of HispanicAmerican [email protected], Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 19, No. 1, Winter 1984, pp. 35-52.
Grenier, Gilles, and François Vaillancourt, AAn Economic perspective on Learning a
Second [email protected], Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Vol. 4, No.
6, 1983, pp. 471-483.
Grenier, Gilles, AOn Compliance with the Minimum Wage [email protected], Journal of Political
Economy, Vol. 90, No. 1, February 1982, pp. 184-187.
4.
Other Publications
Boudarbat, Brahim, Pierre Fortin and Gilles Grenier, “Le bon plan de la ministre Weil ”,
La Presse+, 31 août 2016
Devlin, Rose Anne, Gilles Grenier and Golnaz Sedigh, “Are Québecers More Stressed
Out at Work than Others? An investigation into the Differences between Québec and the
Rest of Canada in the Level of Work Stress”, July 2015
Sedigh, Golnaz, Rose Anne Devlin, Gilles Grenier and Catherine Deri Armstrong,
“Revisiting the Relationship between Economic Factors and Sleep Duration: the Role of
Insomnia,” Working Paper #1508E, Department of Economics, University of Ottawa
(submitted for publication), November 2015
10 Grenier, Gilles, “De l’or noir au secours du tiers-monde ” (Oil to help the third-world),
La Presse+, 2 janvier 2015, 1 page.
Boudarbat, Brahim, and Gilles Grenier, L’impact de l’immigration sur la dynamique
économique du Québec (The Impact of Immigration on Quebec’s Economic Dynamics),
Report to the ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion du Québec,
November 2014, 180 pages.
Grenier, Gilles, AQuel rôle pour l’[email protected] (What role for immigration?), La Presse,
March 22, 2014, p. A29
Grenier, Gilles, AUne mesure ré[email protected], (A Regressive Measure), Le Devoir, February
18, 2013, p. A7
Grenier, Gilles, AThe Economic Value of Languages with Empirical Applications to
[email protected], Chinese Social Sciences Today, July 12, 2011, p. 14 (in Chinese).
Sedigh, Golnaz, Rose Anne Devlin and Gilles Grenier, “Sleeping Time and Wages: The
Role of Work Environment, Chronic Diseases and Mental Health”, paper presented at the
meetings of the Canadian Economics Association, Calgary, June 2012.
Grenier, Gilles, AL’immigration comme outil de développement é[email protected]
(Immigration as a Tool of Economic Development), text of opinion for the Symposium
international sur l’interculturalisme (International Symposium on Interculturalism),
Montréal, May 25-27, 2011 (2 pages).
http://www.symposium-interculturalisme.com/7/fr/chroniques/interculturalisme,multiculturalisme,-integration,-minorites,-immigration
Grenier, Gilles, and Jeff Slee, AEarnings Differentials by Field of Study and
Occupational Relatedness for Post-Secondary Education in Canada, [email protected], paper
presented at the meetings of the Canadian Economics Association, Ottawa, June 2011.
Grenier, Gilles, and Serge Nadeau, AWhy are Relatively Fewer Immigrants employed in
Montreal than in Toronto?”, Feature of the week, Metropolis Canada, July 2010
(http://canada.metropolis.net/pdfs/fow_roe_metropolis_e.pdf).
Grenier, Gilles, L=apport économique de l=immigration: la situation dans le monde, au
Canada et au Québec (The Economic Contribution of Immigration: the Situation in the
World, in Canada and in Quebec), Department of Economics, University of Ottawa,
2008, 33 pages, presented at Congrès de l=Association des économistes québécois,
Gatineau, May15, 2008 (http://www.asdeq.org/congres/pdf/2008/gilles-grenier.pdf).
Grenier, Gilles, AKyoto et [email protected] (Kyoto and Immigration), Le Devoir, October
12, 2007, p. A9.
11 Grenier, Gilles, AMalthus, l=obésité et les changements [email protected] (Malthus, Obesity,
and Climatic Changes), Le Devoir, January 10 2007, p. A7.
Grenier, Gilles, AAnglophone [email protected], University Affairs, February 2006, page 3.
AQuel avenir économique attend les [email protected] (Which Economic Future for the Youth?),
interview in newspaper La Revue, Gatineau, December 5, 2005, pp.14-15
Grenier, Gilles, ADroits de scolarité, choix de société et exode des [email protected] (Tuition
Fees, Collective Choices and Brain Drain), Le Devoir, 13 septembre 2005, p. A7.
Grenier, Gilles, L=apport économique de l=immigration: la situation dans le monde et au
Québec (The Economic Contribution of Immigration: the Situation in the World and in
Quebec), Report to the Ministère des relations avec les citoyens et de l=immigration du
Québec, June 2003, 39 pages.
Grenier, Gilles, ALa performance scolaire des garçons et des filles: les facteurs
é[email protected](The School Performance of Boys and Girls: The Economic Factors), Le
Devoir, 27 novembre 2002, p. 7.
Grenier, Gilles, ACapital humain, mondialisation et mouvements [email protected] (AHuman
Capital, Globalization, and [email protected]), Congrès de l=Association des économistes
québécois, mai 2000.
Grenier, Gilles, ALes gains des immigrants au Canada: [email protected] (The Earnings of
Immgrants in Canada: 1970-1990"), Working Paper 9521E, Department of Economics,
University of Ottawa, 1995.
Lavoie, Marc, Gilles Grenier and Maurice Saint-Germain, ATrois scrutins, un [email protected]
(Three ballots, one vote), Le Devoir, January 18, 1994.
Grenier, Gilles, and Troy Joseph, AThe Dynamics of Gender-Wage Differentials and
Discrimination and [email protected], Working Paper 9312E, Department of Economics,
University of Ottawa, 1993.
Lavoie, Marc, Gilles Grenier and Maurice Saint-Germain, ALe référendum décortiqué@
(The referendum decorticated), Le Devoir, February 23, 1993.
Lavoie, Marc, Gilles Grenier and Serge Coulombe,
AWhy Are Performance
Differentials and Stacking in Professional Hockey Better Explained by Discrimination
Than By Style of [email protected], Working Paper 9208E, Department of Economics, University of
Ottawa, 1992.
12 Grenier, Gilles, ALe bilinguisme dans l=affichage: un moyen d=en arriver à un compromis
[email protected] (The language of Signs: A Proposal for an Acceptable Compromise), Le
Devoir, August 17 1991, page B12.
Gera, Surendra, and Gilles Grenier, AInterindustry Wage Differentials and Efficiency
Wages: Some Canadian [email protected], Working Paper no 19, Ottawa: Economic Council of
Canada, 1991.
Grenier, Gilles, ALes travailleurs âgés dans une société vieillissante: tendances, théories
et [email protected] (AOlder Workers in an Aging Society: trends, theories and [email protected]), Study
prepared for Health and Welfare Canada, August 1989, 75 pages.
Lachapelle, Réjean, and Gilles Grenier, ALes aspects linguistiques de l=évolution
démographique au [email protected] (AThe Linguistic Aspects of the Demographic Evolution in
[email protected]), Report to the Secretariat for the Study of the demographic evolution and its
impact on economic and social policy (Health and Welfare Canada), November 1988,
205 pages.
Lavoie, Marc, and Gilles Grenier, AFrancophones in the National Hockey League: Tests
of Entry and Salary [email protected], Working Paper 8805, Department of Economics,
University of Ottawa, July 1988, 30 pages.
Bloom, David E., and Gilles Grenier, AModels of Firm Behavior Under Minimum Wage
[email protected], Working Paper No. 1877, National Bureau of Economic Research,
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