My research fields of interest include Labour Economics, Economics of Education, and Applied Econometrics. Specific areas of interest for current and future work include; estimating skill prices, the labour market outcomes of immigrants and other minority groups, the determinants and macroeconomic implications of self-employment, migration of the basis of regional skill prices, and treatment effects of post-secondary education on the labour market outcomes of refugees.

Research Papers

Self-Employment Rates of Immigrants and Natives: Occupations and Skills (Job Market Paper)

Why Do Canadian Educated Immigrants Receive an Earnings Premium Relative to Foreign Educated Immigrants? A Story of Skill Transferability (with M. Plesca)

Field of Study and Mismatch over the Lifecycle (with M. Plesca)