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Barr-Telford, Lynn, Fernando Cartwright, Sandrine Prasil, and Kristina Shimmons, 2003, "Access, Persistence and Financing: First Results from the Postsecondary Education Participation Survey (PEPS)". Statistics Canada, Education Skills and Learning – Research Papers, Catalogue No. 81-595-MIE – No. 7.

Burbidge, John and Ross Finnie. 2000, "The Geographical Mobility of Baccalaureate Graduates: Evidence From Three Cohorts of the National Graduates Survey, 1982, 1986, 1990". Canadian Journal of Regional Science, Vol. XXIII, No. 3 (Fall), pp. 377-402.

Bean, J., and Metzer, B., 1985, "A Conceptual Model of Nontraditional Undergraduate Students' Attrition." Review of Educational Research, 55(4), 485–540.

Chen, E., and Oderkirk, J., 1997, "Varied Pathways: The Undergraduate Experience in Ontario." Education Quarterly Review, 4(3), 47-62.

CSRDE, 2001a, "First Year Retention Rate: 1999 first-time freshman cohort."

CSRDE, 2001a, "Six Year Graduation Rate: 1994 first-time freshman cohort."

Ferrer, Ana M. and Craig W. Riddell, 2001, "Sheepskin Effects and the Return to Education," in Towards Evidence-Based Policy for Canadian Education. Eds. de Broucker, Patrice and Arthur Sweetman. Kingston, Ontario: Queen's University, John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy; and Ottawa: Statistics Canada, in cooperation with McGill-Queen's University Press, 423-45.

Finnie, Ross, 2004, "The School-to-Work Transition of Canadian Post-Secondary Graduates: A Dynamic Analysis." Journal of Higher Education and Policy Management, Vol. 26, No.1 (Mar.), pp. 35-58.

Finnie, Ross, Christine Laporte and Eric Lascelles, 2004, "Family Background and Access to Post-Secondary Education: What Happened Over the 1990s?" Statistics Canada, Analytical Studies Branch research Catalogue No. 11F0019MIE. Paper No. 226.

Finnie, Ross and Richard Mueller, 2008, "Access to Post-Secondary Education in Canada: Evidence From the YITS", MESA Research Paper. See also an article based on this work in Finnie et al, op. cit.

Finnie, Ross, Richard Mueller, Arthur Sweetman, and Alex Usher, forthcoming, Who Goes, Who Stays, What Matters: Access to and Remaining in Post-Secondary Education in Canada. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Finnie, Ross and Theresa Qiu, 2008, "The Patterns of Persistence in Post-Secondary Education in Canada: Evidence from the YITS-B Dataset", research paper prepared for the MESA project. See also Finnie, Ross and Theresa Qiu. "Is the Glass (or Classroom) Half-Empty or Nearly Full? New Evidence on Persistence in Post-Secondary Education in Canada". In Finnie, Ross, Richard Mueller, Arthur Sweetman, and Alex Usher, Eds., op. cit.

Frenette, Marc and Zeman, Klarka, 2007, "Why Are Most University Students Women? Evidence Based on Academic Performance, Study Habits and Parental Influences". Statistics Canada, Analyltical Study Branch-Research Paper Series, Catalogue no. 11F0019MIE No.303.

Gilbert, S.N., 1991, "Attrition in Canadian Universities." Ottawa: Commission of Inquiry on Canadian University Education.

Gilbert, S.N., Evers, F.T. and Auger, M., 1989, "University Attrition Differentiated: Rates and Institution Influences." Guelph: University of Guelph.

Horn, Laura, 1998, "Stopouts or Stayouts? Undergraduates Who Leave College in Their First Year." (NCES 1999-087). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, U.S Government Printing Office.

Johnson David, 2008, School Grades: Identifying British Columbia's Best Schools". Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute, Commentary No. 258.

Long, Bridget Terry, 2005, "Contributions from the Field of Economics to the Study of College Access and Success," Harvard Graduate School of Education Working Paper.

Mueller, Richard, "Access and Persistence of Students in Canadian Post-secondary Education: What We Know, What We Don't Know, and Why it Matters". In Finnie, Ross, Richard Mueller, Arthur Sweetman, and Alex Usher (forthcoming), Who Goes, Who Stays, What Matters: Access to and Remaining in Post-Secondary Education in Canada. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Murtaugh, Paul A., Leslie D. Burns, and Jill Schuster, 1999, "Predicting the Retention University Students," Research in Higher Education 40(3), 355-71.

Turner, Sarah E., 2004, "Going to College and Finishing College: Explaining Different Educational Outcomes," in College Choices: The Economics of Where to Go, When to Go, and How to Pay For It, Caroline M. Hoxby (Ed.). Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 13-61.

Tinto, V., 1975, "Dropout from higher education: A theoretical synthesis of recent research." Review of Education Research, 45(1), 89-125.

Tinto, V., 1993, "Leaving College." Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Wong, P., 1994, "Student Retention/Attrition at Trent: A preliminary report. Peterborough: Trent University.

Wetzel, James N., Dennis O'Toole, and Steven Peterson, 1999, "Factors Affecting Student Retention Probabilities: A Case Study," Journal of Economics and Finance 23(1), 45-55.

Woolridge, Jeffrey M., 2002, Econometric Analysis of Cross Section and Panel Data, Cambridge: The MIT Press.