Nicole Fortin
Nicole Fortin
Professor of Economics, University of British Columbia
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Labor market institutions and the distribution of wages, 1973-1992: A semiparametric approach
J DiNardo, NM Fortin, T Lemieux
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 1001-1044, 1996
40451996
Unconditional quantile regressions
S Firpo, NM Fortin, T Lemieux
Econometrica 77 (3), 953-973, 2009
19332009
Decomposition methods in economics
N Fortin, T Lemieux, S Firpo
Handbook of labor economics 4, 1-102, 2011
17872011
Gender role attitudes and the labour-market outcomes of women across OECD countries
NM Fortin
oxford review of Economic Policy 21 (3), 416-438, 2005
8402005
Institutional changes and rising wage inequality: Is there a linkage?
NM Fortin, T Lemieux
Journal of Economic Perspectives 11 (2), 75-96, 1997
7271997
Decomposing wage distributions using recentered influence function regressions
S Firpo, N Fortin, T Lemieux
University of British Columbia (June), 2007
473*2007
Occupational tasks and changes in the wage structure
S Firpo, NM Fortin, T Lemieux
IZA discussion paper, 2011
4642011
The gender wage gap among young adults in the united states the importance of money versus people
NM Fortin
Journal of Human Resources 43 (4), 884-918, 2008
3982008
Leaving boys behind gender disparities in high academic achievement
NM Fortin, P Oreopoulos, S Phipps
Journal of Human Resources 50 (3), 549-579, 2015
2502015
Rank regressions, wage distributions, and the gender gap
NM Fortin, T Lemieux
Journal of Human Resources, 610-643, 1998
2371998
Canadian inequality: recent developments and policy options
N Fortin, DA Green, T Lemieux, K Milligan, WC Riddell
Canadian Public Policy 38 (2), 121-145, 2012
1762012
Gender role attitudes and women's labor market participation: Opting-out, aids, and the persistent appeal of housewifery
NM Fortin
Annals of Economics and Statistics/Annales d'Économie et de Statistique, 379-401, 2015
1422015
Occupational gender segregation and women's wages in Canada: An historical perspective
NM Fortin, M Huberman
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, S11-S39, 2002
1312002
Allocation inflexibilities, female labor supply, and housing assets accumulation: are women working to pay the mortgage?
NM Fortin
Journal of Labor Economics 13 (3), 524-557, 1995
1251995
Occupational gender composition and wages in Canada, 1987–1988
M Baker, NM Fortin
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 34 (2), 345-376, 2001
1092001
Intergenerational income mobility in Canada
N Fortin, S Lefebvre
Labour markets, social institutions, and the future of Canada’s children, 1998
1001998
Higher-education policies and the college wage premium: Cross-state evidence from the 1990s
NM Fortin
American Economic Review 96 (4), 959-987, 2006
982006
Changes in wage inequality in Canada: An interprovincial perspective
NM Fortin, T Lemieux
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 48 (2), 682-713, 2015
732015
Are women's wage gains men's losses? A distributional test
NM Fortin, T Lemieux
American Economic Review 90 (2), 456-460, 2000
702000
Top earnings inequality and the gender pay gap: Canada, Sweden, and the United Kingdom
NM Fortin, B Bell, M Böhm
Labour Economics 47, 107-123, 2017
682017
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