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Expertise

Public economics, labour economics, economy of social policies, economy of human resources

Biography

A CIRANO Researcher and Fellow since 1994, Bernard Fortin is Full Professor in the Department of Economics at Université Laval.

Holding a Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, Berkeley. His main field of research focuses on applied economics with particular interests in health economics, labour economics, family economics, public economics and econometrics.

He has published some 60 articles in leading scientific journals such as American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Econometrics, Economic Journal and Journal of Labor Economics. He has directed or co-directed 20 doctoral theses, 75 master's theses and 10 post-doctoral fellows. He has been a visiting scholar at several North American and European universities including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Columbia, the Paris School of Economics (PSE) and the Université de Paris 1. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
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CIRANO Publications by Bernard Fortin

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Interruption des études secondaires et postsecondaires au Canada : une analyse dynamique

Bernard Fortin, Marcelin Joanis and Safa Ragued

Education
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Measuring Physicians’ Response to Incentives: Evidence on Hours Worked and Multitasking

Bernard Fortin, Bruce Shearer and Nibene Habib Somé

Health
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Le Québec économique 7 : Éducation et capital humain

Christian Belzil, Brahim Boudarbat, Bryan Campbell, Pierre Canisius Kamanzi, Rui Castro, Jean-Claude Cloutier, Marie Connolly, David D’Arrisso, François Delorme, Pouya Ebrahimi, Anabelle Fortin, Bernard Fortin, Luc Godbout, Catherine Haeck, Marcelin Joanis, Robert Lacroix, Stéphanie Lapierre, Pierre Lefebvre, Louis Maheu, Brigitte Milord, Claude Montmarquette, Joséphine Mukamurera, Michel Poitevin, Safa Ragued, Marianne St-Onge, Maurice Tardif, Morgane Uzenat, François Vaillancourt and 23 other authors

Human Capital and Education
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Gender Peer Effects Heterogeneity in Obesity

Rokhaya Dieye and Bernard Fortin

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