James Ted McDonald
James Ted McDonald
Professor of Economics, University of New Brunswick
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Insights into the ‘healthy immigrant effect’: health status and health service use of immigrants to Canada
JT McDonald, S Kennedy
Social science & medicine 59 (8), 1613-1627, 2004
11222004
Socio-economic status and academic achievement trajectories from childhood to adolescence
DH Caro, JT McDonald, JD Willms
Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l'éducation 32 (3), 558-590, 2009
4112009
The healthy immigrant effect: patterns and evidence from four countries
S Kennedy, MP Kidd, JT McDonald, N Biddle
Journal of International Migration and Integration 16 (2), 317-332, 2015
3532015
Is migration to Canada associated with unhealthy weight gain? Overweight and obesity among Canada's immigrants
JT McDonald, S Kennedy
Social science & medicine 61 (12), 2469-2481, 2005
2582005
The healthy immigrant effect and immigrant selection: evidence from four countries
S Kennedy, JT McDonald, N Biddle
SEDAP Research Program, 2006
2432006
The earnings of immigrant men in Canada: Job tenure, cohort, and macroeconomic conditions
JT McDonald, C Worswick
ILR Review 51 (3), 465-482, 1998
1671998
Health assimilation patterns amongst Australian immigrants
N Biddle, S Kennedy, JT McDonald
Economic Record 83 (260), 16-30, 2007
1442007
The determinants of firm profitability in Australian manufacturing
JT McDonald
Economic Record 75 (2), 115-126, 1999
1431999
Cervical cancer screening by immigrant and minority women in Canada
JT McDonald, S Kennedy
Journal of immigrant and minority health 9 (4), 323-334, 2007
1422007
Unemployment incidence of immigrant men in Canada
JT McDonald, C Worswick
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, 353-373, 1997
1021997
Wages, implicit contracts, and the business cyle: Evidence from canadian micro data
JT McDonald, C Worswick
Journal of political Economy 107 (4), 884-892, 1999
971999
The earnings of immigrant men in Australia: assimilation, cohort effects, and macroeconomic conditions
JT McDonald, C Worswick
Economic Record 75 (1), 49-62, 1999
931999
Head and neck cancer in Canada: trends 1992 to 2007
S Johnson-Obaseki, JT McDonald, M Corsten, R Rourke
Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery 147 (1), 74-78, 2012
872012
Immigrant mental health and unemployment
S Kennedy, JT McDonald
Economic Record 82 (259), 445-459, 2006
782006
High-skilled immigration in a global labor market
BR Chiswick
AEI Press, 2011
762011
Socioeconomic factors in head and neck cancer.
S Johnson, JT McDonald, MJ Corsten
Journal of Otolaryngology--Head & Neck Surgery 37 (4), 2008
672008
The relationship between survival and socio-economic status for head and neck cancer in Canada
JT McDonald, S Johnson-Obaseki, E Hwang, C Connell, M Corsten
Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery 43 (1), 1-6, 2014
632014
Does Geography Matter?: The Health Service Use and Unmet Health Care Needs of Older Canadians
JT McDonald, H Conde
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 29 (1), 23-37, 2010
572010
Incidence of head and neck cancer and socioeconomic status in Canada from 1992 to 2007
E Hwang, S Johnson-Obaseki, JT McDonald, C Connell, M Corsten
Oral oncology 49 (11), 1072-1076, 2013
542013
Toronto and Vancouver bound: The location choice of new Canadian immigrants
JT McDonald
Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 85-101, 2004
532004
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