Selected Recent Publications

Dalkir, M. (2010);  "Spurious Correlation Under Fractional Integration in Output Series," Economics Letters, Vol. 107, Issue 2, pp. 165-168.

Farnworth, M. (2012); "Faster Estimation of a Discrete Time Proportional Hazards Model with Gamma Frailty", The Stata Journal, 12(2), 242-256.

Haan, M. (2011); "The Residential Crowding of Immigrants in Canada", Journal of Ethnic and Migrant Studies, 37(3), 443-465.

Haan, M. (2011); "Does Residential Crowding Reflect Hidden Homelessness?", Canadian Studies in Population, 38(1-1), 42-58.

Thomas Perks and Michael Haan (2011); "Declining Levels of Youth Religious Involvement and its Consequences on Adult Community Participation in Canada", Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 40(1): 107-129.

Perks, Thomas and Michael Haan (2010); "What Shapes the Dwelling-Type Choices of Older Canadians? An Investigation Using the Aging and Social Support Survey (GSS16).", Canadian Journal of Aging, 29(3): 445-463.

Haan, M. (2010)' "Is Recent Immigrant Clustering in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver Part of the Reason Behind Declining Immigrant Neighbourhood Quality?", Demographic Aspects of Migration, edited by Barry Edmonston, Thomas Saltzmann and James Raymet Berlin: Springer Verlag.

Haan, M. (2010); "The Sources of Early Differentiation in the Immigrant Housing Market: Insights fromt he Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Canada", pp 235-256, Immigration: Economic Evidence for a Dynamic Policy Environment, edited by Ted McDonald, Arthur Sweetman, Liz Ruddock and Chris Worswick: McGill-queens University Press.

Cheng, Y., Lantz, V., and D. McLean (2011); "Benefit-Cost Analysis of Spruce Budworm (Choristoneura Fumiferana Clem.) Control: Incorporating Market and Non-Market Values", Journal of Environmental Management (in press).

Lantz, V., Trenholm. R., Wilson, J. and W. Richards (2011); "Assessing Market and Non-Market Costs of Freshwater Flooding Due to Climate Change in the Community of Fredericton, Eastern Canada", Climate Change (in press) DOI: 10.1007/s10584-011-0063-3.

Chang, Y., Lantz, V. and D. MacLean (2011); "Social Benefits of Controlling Pest Infestations in Two Canadian Provinces: A Contingent Valuation Approach", Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 59(3), 383-404.

Wilson, J., Lantz, V. and D.A. MacLean (2010); "A Benefit-Cost Analysis of Protected Natural Areas in New Brunswick, Canada, Forest Policy and Economics, 12(2): 94-103.

Slaney, G.L., Lantz, V. and D.A. MacLean (2010); "Assessing Costs and Benefits of Pest Management on Forested Landbases in Eastern and Western Canada, Journal of Forest Economics, 16(1): 19-34.

J.T. McDonald and C. Worswick (2013); "Intergenerational Implications of Immigration Policy on the Distribution of Education: Apprenticeship Training in Canada. Canadian Public Policy, 39(S1), 165-85

McDonald, T. and C. Worswick (2012); "The Migration Decisions of Physicians in Canada: the Roles of Immigrant Status and Spousal Characteristics", Social Science and Medicine, 75(9), 1581-88.

S. Johnson-Obaseki, J.T. McDonald, M. Corsten and R. Rouke (2012); "Head and Neck Cancer in Canada: Trends 1992-2007", Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 147(1), 74-78. [Impact factor 1.57].

D.M. Gray and J.T. McDonald (2012); "Does the Use of Unemployment Insurance Use Evolve with Experience? Evidence on Learning Effects in Canada", Canadian Journal of Economics, 45(3), pp. 1220-1245.

S. Johnson-Obaseki, J.T. McDonald and M. Corsten (2012); "Oral Cancer Screening and Socio-Economic Status", Journal of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 41, 102-7.

J.T. McDonald (2012); "Cancer Screening", Encyclopedia of Immigrant and Health, S. Loue and M. Sajatovich, Editors-in-chief, Heidelberg: Springer, Part 4/C, 358-61.

Murrell, D. (2011), "Effect of Reducting the HSY Tax Rate by Two Percentage Points on Average Households: The Case for Ontario and British Columbis", The Frontier Centre for Public Policy, Policy Series No. 111 (12 pages).

Murell, D. (2011), "Reducing the Size and Cost of Federal Government in Canada: A Constitutional Approach", The Canadian Centre for Policy Studies.

Myatt, T. (2012), "The Text and Anti-Text in Teaching The Economics of the Firm", with Rod Hill, The International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education., Vol. III(2).

Myatt, T. (2012), "Mainstream as Ideology, Part II, published online by Naked Capitalism.

Myatt, T. (2012), "Mainstream Economics as Ideology, Part I", published online by Naked Capitalism.

T. Myatt and McDonald, T. (2010), "The Robustness across Space of Provincial Panel-Data Studies of Minimum Wages in Canada", Canadian Journal of Regional Science, Issue 3, Vol. 33, pp. 77-88.

Passaris, C. (2010), "Economic Governance and Full Employment", London: Univ. of Greenwich (England), pp. 1-28, published in Electronic Format.

Yevdokimov, Y., Melnyk, L. and Kubatko, O. (2011) ; "The Environmental Kuznets Curve and Regional Convergence in Ukraine", International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics, Vol. 22, S11, 72-86.

Yevdokimov, Y. (2010); "Climate Change and Transportation", Climate Change and Variability, Sciyo (Ed), pp. 427-438.



In Progress

Dalkir, E. "Overbidding for Patent Ownership in Two-Sided Markets.

Dalkir, E. (with Dalkir, M.), "A Reconsideration of Correlations between Macroeconomic Aggregates.

Dalkir, E. (with Yilmaz, B.), "Efficiency and Uniqueness in Strategic Voting Games.

Dalkir, M. with Dalkir, E., "Why Partial Tender Offers are Suboptimal?, Journal of Economic Theory.

Haan, M. (with D. Davidson); "Gender, Political Ideology and Climate Change Beliefs: Results from a Study of Alberta, Canada, Population and Environment.

Haan, M. (with Y. Zhou) (2012); "Cohort Progress toward Household Formation and Homeownership: Young Immigrant Cohorts in Los Angeles and Toronto Compared", Ethinc and Racial Studies, 35(7): 1311-1337.

Lantz, V. (with R. Martinez-Espineria); "Environmental Kuznets Curves for Bird Abundance in Canada: An Examination Regression Models Using Panel Data".

Lantz, V. (with Y. Cheng and D. MacLean); "Public Attitudes Toward Forest Pest Management in New Brunswick and Saskatchewan".

Lantz, V. (with J. Wilson and D. MacLean); "A Cost-Benefit Analysis of New Brunswick's Protected Natural Areas".

Lantz, V. (with R. Trenholm and R. Martinez-Espineira); "Valuing Ecological Goods and Services: A Benefit-Cost Analysis of Ripian Preservation in a New Brunswick Watershed".

Lantz, V. (with R. Treholm, J. Wilson and W. Richards); "Valuing Climate Change Impacts on Extreme Events in Canadian Communities: An Application to Flooding in the St. John River at Fredericton".

Lantz, V. (with Y. Chang and D. MacLean); "Economy-Wide Impacts of Potential Spruce Budworm Outbreaks and Control Programs in New Brunswick: A Dynamic Computable General Equilibrium Model Approach".

M. Corsten and J.T. McDonald; "Socio-economic and geographic determinants of thyroid cancer in Canada".

M. Farnworth and J.T. McDonald; "Immigrants and the decision to start smoking".

J.T. McDonald and C. Worswick; "The takeup and outcomes of apprenticeship of programs in Canada by 2nd generation immigrants: the role of intergenerational transfers".

Murrell, D. (2012), "Moving the OAS Age Requirement to 67", Short Articles in National Citizens Review, V. 6, No. 1, pp. 12-13; The Conservative Party and Promoting Economics Growth.

Yu, W., "Overweight and Obesity in Canada.

Yu, W., "Modelling Health and Social Capital

Yu, W., Shale Gas Development in New Brunswick

Recent Grants/Funding

Ballucci, D. (PI), Haan, M. and McDonald, T. (2010), "An Investigation of PROS, the RCMP's Prolific Offender Database". SSHRC Insight Development Grant, $32,700.

Duhamel, M. (PI), Brett, C. and Haan, M. (2012), "Here and Now: Demographic Challenges in Atlantic Canada. SSHRC Public Outreach Grant, $13,612.

Esses, V. (PI) (2012), "Pathways to Prosperity: New Policy Directions and Innovative Local Practices for Newcomer Attraction and Integration. $2.5 million over 7 years, Haan, M. received approximately $30,000 per year as co-applicant for 7 years, SSHRC Partnership Grant.

Neis, B. (PI) (2012), "On the Move: Employment-Related Geographic Mobility in Canada. $2.4 million over 7 years. Haan, M. receives $50,000 per year for two years of this grant. SSHRC Partnership Grant.

Haan, M. (2012), "Future Demand for Post-Secondary Education in New Brunswick, Department of Post-Secondary Eduction, Training and Labour, $42,000.

Haan, M. (2012), "The Recruitment and Retention of Immigrants Across Provinces: Insights from Longitudinal Taxfiler Records, (cost-shared by select stakeholders, with securing of finds ongoing), Government of New Brunswick ($14,000), Government of Prince Edward Island ($5,000) and Society of Edmonton Demographers and Government of Alberta Office of Statistics and Information ($5,000)

Lantz, V., An Assessmentof PEI's Alternative Land Use Services (ALUS) Program. Linking Environment and Agriculture Research Network, Agriculture and Agr-Food Canada, Ottawa, ON (2011-12).

Lantz, V. (Principle Investigator - D. Floyd), 2010-2015, A Collaborative Research Partnership for Sustainable Forest Management, SSHRC Community - University Research Alliance Grant, Ottawa, ON.

McDonald, Ted, Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Atlantic 2012, (CI Mike Haan), Demographic and Socioeconomic Barriers to Breast Screening in New Brunswick - $54,700

McDonald, Ted, Dept. of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada-Asia Pacific Award 2012. (co PI with Lesleyanne Hawthorne), The Integration of Migrant Health Professionals in Canada Compared to Australia - A Comparative Analysis of Foreign Credential Recognition Strategies and Outcomes - $10,000

McDonald, Ted, New Brunswick health Research Foundation 2011 (CI Nicole Letourneau), New Brunswick Insititute for Health Policy - $25,000

McDonald, Ted, Canadian Foundation for Innovation Leaders Fund 2010, (co CI Nicole Letourneau), New Brunswick health Policy Laboratory - $368,724

McDonald, Ted, HRSDC 2010-11 (with Chris Worswick, Carleton Univ. & Mike Haan, UNB Economics-Sociology), The Economic Returns to Education and Experience - $24,000

McDonald, Ted, CLSRN 2010-11 (with Chris Worswick, Carleton Univ.), The Earnings, Income and Labour Market Outcomes of Older Immigrants in Canada - $23,000

Yevdokimov, Y., Environmental Trust Fund (ETF), Government of New Brunswick (2011-2012), "Economic Evaluation of Climate Change Impacts on New Brunswick - Nova Scotia Transportation Corridor.