POLICY REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Canadian Economics Profession Workplace Climate Survey: Final Report” 2021.

Review of Toronto Early Learning and Child Care Services: Their Unique Contribution to Toronto’s Equity, Inclusion, and Poverty Reduction Goals.” 2021. (with Emis Akbari and Kerry McCuaig)

Canadian Women Economist Committee: Report on the Status of Women” 2021.

Better Public Child Care is the Engine We Need for Recovery Post-Coronavirus” (June 15, 2020)

Canada can better prepare to retrain workers displaced by disruptive technologies”  (January 20, 2020) The Conversation ( with Alix J. Jansen, Beth Martin, Linda A. White, and Michal Perlman.)

Ontario’s child-care cuts will hurt low-income parents working or studying full-time” (May 16, 2019)The Conversation – picked up by National Post (May 17, 2019) (with Linda White, Michal Perlman, and Petr Varmuza)

The Analysis of International Large-Scale Assessments to Address Causal Questions in Education Policy” 2017. (with Anna K. Chmielewski) Commissioned Paper by the National Academy of Education

How Old is Old Enough? The Effect of Age at School Entry” 2016. IZA World of Labor.

Feasibility Study of Universal Affordable Day Care in the Northwest Territories.” 2015. Toronto, ON: Atkinson Centre for Society and Child Development. OISE/University of Toronto. (with Kerry McCuaig, Zeenat Janmohamed, and Emis Akbari)

Child Care in New Brunswick: The Social and Economic Impacts.” 2015. Toronto, ON: Atkinson Centre for Society and Child Development. OISE/University of Toronto. (with Kerry McCuaig) 

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act” in Encyclopedia of Education Economics and Finance. 2014. Edited by Dominic J. Brewer and Lawrence O. Picus.