Nicole Denier
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Gay pay for straight work: Mechanisms generating disadvantage
S Waite, N Denier
Gender & Society 29 (4), 561-588, 2015
Immigrant employment and earnings growth in Canada and the USA: evidence from longitudinal data
N Kaushal, Y Lu, N Denier, JSH Wang, SJ Trejo
Journal of population economics 29 (4), 1249-1277, 2016
A Research note on Canada's LGBT data landscape: Where we are and what the future holds
S Waite, N Denier
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 56 (1), 93-117, 2019
Mental retirement and health selection: Analyses from the US Health and Retirement Study
SAP Clouston, N Denier
Social Science & Medicine 178, 78-86, 2017
Retirement and cognition: a life course view
N Denier, SAP Clouston, M Richards, SM Hofer
Advances in life course research 31, 11-21, 2017
Immigrants in their parental homeland: Half a million US-born minors settle throughout Mexico
C Masferrer, ER Hamilton, N Denier
Demography 56 (4), 1453-1461, 2019
Unhealthy assimilation or persistent health advantage? A longitudinal analysis of immigrant health in the United States
Y Lu, N Denier, JSH Wang, N Kaushal
Social Science & Medicine 195, 105-114, 2017
Health of newly arrived immigrants in Canada and the United States: differential selection on health
Y Lu, N Kaushal, N Denier, JSH Wang
Health & place 48, 1-10, 2017
Self-Employment among Same-Sex and Opposite-Sex Couples in Canada
S Waite, N Denier
Canadian Review of Sociology 53 (2), 143-175, 2016
Data and discrimination: A research note on sexual orientation in the Canadian labour market
N Denier, S Waite
Canadian Studies in Population [ARCHIVES] 43 (3-4), 264-71, 2016
Sexual orientation wage gaps across local labour market contexts: Evidence from Canada
N Denier, S Waite
Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations 72 (4), 734-762, 2017
Returning to a new Mexican labor market? Regional variation in the economic incorporation of return migrants from the US to Mexico
N Denier, C Masferrer
Population Research and Policy Review, 1-25, 2019
Sexual orientation at work: Documenting and understanding wage inequality
N Denier, S Waite
Sociology Compass, e12667, 2019
An Interview with Neil Fligstein
N Denier
McGill Sociological Review 1, 59, 2010
Lesbian, gay and bisexual earnings in the Canadian labor market: New evidence from the Canadian Community Health Survey
S Waite, V Pajovic, N Denier
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 67, 100484, 2020
Incomes after Job‐loss in the United States: From Programme Rules to Panel Data
N Denier, MR Smith
Social Policy & Administration 46 (7), 748-768, 2012
Leaving Work, Leaving Home: Job Loss and Socio-Geographic Mobility in Canada
N Denier
Canadian Public Policy 43 (1), 17-35, 2017
Ecarts salariaux selon l'orientation sexuelle sur les marches locaux du travail: preuves en provenance de donnees canadiennes
N Denier, S Waite
Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations 72 (4), 734-763, 2017
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