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The Earnings Advantage of Landed Immigrants Who Were Previously Temporary Residents in Canada

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Aydemir, A., and M. Skuterud. 2005. “Explaining the deteriorating entry earnings of Canada’s immigrant cohorts: 1966–2000.” Canadian Journal of Economics 38 (2): 641–672.

Bonikowska, A., F. Hou, and G. Picot. 2015. Which Human Capital Characteristics Best Predict the Earnings of Economic Immigrants? Analytical Studies Branch Research Paper Series, no. 368. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.

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Citizenship and Immigration Canada. 2010. Evaluation of the Federal Skilled Worker Program. Report no. Ci4-54/2010E-PDF. Available at: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/pdf/research-stats/FSW2010.pdf.

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Citizenship and Immigration Canada. 2013b “Life in Canada: A profile of pathways to permanent residence.” National Settlement Conference, November 13 to 15. Research and Evaluation Branch. Presentation.

Ferrer, A., G. Picot, and C. Riddell. 2014. “New directions in immigration policy: Canada’s evolving approach to the selection of economic immigrants.” International Migration Review 48 (3): 846–867.

Foster, J. 2012. “Making temporary permanent: The silent transformation of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.” Just Labour: A Canadian Journal of Work and Society 19: 22–46.

Goldmann, G., A. Sweetman, and C. Warman. 2009. The Economic Return on New Immigrants’ Human Capital: The Impact of Occupational Matching. Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network Working Paper no. 21.

Green, D.A., and C. Worswick. 2010. “Entry earnings of immigrant men in Canada: The roles of labour market entry effects and returns to foreign experience.” In Canadian Immigration: Economic Evidence for a Dynamic Policy Environment, ed. T. McDonald, E. Ruddick, A. Sweetman and C. Worswick, p. 77–110. Queen's Policy Studies Series, no. 67. Montréal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Hao, L. 2013. “Admission-group salary differentials in the United States: The significance of the labour-market institutional selection of high-skilled workers.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39 (8): 1337–1360.

Hawthorne, L., and A. To. 2014. “Australian employer response to the study-migration pathway: The quantitative evidence 2007-2011.” International Migration 52 (3): 99–115.

Hou, F. 2013. “Immigrant entry earnings over the past quarter-century: The roles of changing characteristics and returns to skills.” Canadian Studies in Population 40 (3-4): 149–163.

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Lu, Y., and F. Hou. 2015. “Study and work: What makes international students successful immigrants in the Canadian labour market?” In Onward and Upward Mobilities: International Students, Their Families and Structuring Institutions, ed. A.H. Kim, and M.-J. Kwak.Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Forthcoming.

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Picot, G., and F. Hou. 2009. Immigrant Characteristics, the IT Bust, and Their Effect on Entry Earnings of Immigrants. Analytical Studies Branch Research Paper Series, no. 315. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.

Sweetman, A., and C. Warman. 2010. “Canada’s temporary foreign workers programs.” Canadian Issues (Spring): 19–24.

Sweetman, A., and C. Warman. 2014. “Former temporary foreign workers and international students as sources of permanent immigration.” Canadian Public Policy 40 (4): 392–407.

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Warman, C. 2010. “The returns of foreign credentials of temporary foreign workers and recently landed immigrants in Canada.” In Canadian Immigration: Economic Evidence for a Dynamic Policy Environment, ed. T. McDonald, E. Ruddick, A. Sweetman, and C. Worswick, p. 209–233. Queen’s Policy Studies Series. Montréal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

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