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Earnings over time
Charles Beach, Ross Finnie and David Gray

An examination of earnings between 1982 and 1997 to assess the extent to which changes in the variance of wages and salaries over time were caused by permanent or transitory factors.

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November 2002 Vol. 3, no. 11

Cumulative earnings among young workers
René Morissette

An investigation of the combined effect of changes in school attendance, full-time employment rates, and annual earnings on cumulative earnings (the sum of earnings that individuals receive over several years), and the extent to which changes in cumulative earnings can explain changes in wealth holdings of families.

Income and wealth
Baudelaire Augustin and Dimitri Sanga

Income and wealth may be intimately related, but they are not synonymous. Some families with a high income have a low net worth. Conversely, some with a low income are quite wealthy. This article explores some of the factors influencing the relationship between income and wealth.

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