Member's Details
Fellows
Email
daniel.parent@cirano.qc.ca
University
HEC Montréal
514 340-7002
514 340-6469
Function(s)
Ph.D., Economics, Université de Montréal
Full Professor
Department of Applied Economics
HEC Montréal
Director of the Academic Department of Applied Economics
Domain(s) of interest
Labour Economics
Biography
Daniel Parent has a Ph.D. in economics from Université de Montréal, and is a professor at HEC Montréal. He specializes in labour economics and applied econometrics. His current research focuses on industry-specificity of acquired skills, impact of private-sector training, school-to-work...

List of scientific publications at CIRANO by Daniel Parent

Code Publications
2018s-41 WP Guy Lacroix, François Laliberté-Auger, Pierre-Carl Michaud et Daniel Parent. The Effect of College Education on Health and Mortality: Evidence from Canada
2004RP-06 PR Daniel Parent. Fécondité et incitatifs fiscaux : quelles conclusions pouvons-nous en tirer?
2004RP-07 PR Daniel Parent et Christopher Worswick. Immigrant Labour Market Performance and Skilled Immigrant Selection: The International Experience
2004RP-08 PR Daniel Parent et Christopher Worswick. Qualifications et immigration : réforme de la grille d'admission du Québec et composition de la population d'immigrants s'établissant au Québec
2003s-44 WP Franque Grimard et Daniel Parent. Education and Smoking: Were Vietnam War Draft Avoiders Also More Likely to Avoid Smoking?
2002s-54 WP Daniel Parent. Incentives? The Effect of Profit Sharing Plans Offered by Previous Employers on Current Wages
2002s-27 WP Daniel Parent. Employer-Supported Training in Canada and Its Impact on Mobility and Wages
2002s-28 WP Daniel Parent. The Causal Effect of High School Employment on Educational Attainment in Canada
2002s-29 WP Daniel Parent et Ling Wang. Tax Incentives and Fertility in Canada: Permanent vs. Transitory Effects
2002s-35 WP Robert Gibbons, Lawrence F. Katz, Thomas Lemieux et Daniel Parent. Comparative Advantage, Learning, and Sectoral Wage Determination
2002RP-05 PR Daniel Parent. La Prime Associée au Diplôme d'Études Secondaires et le Décrochage Scolaire au Canada
2001s-05 WP Daniel Parent. The Effect of Pay-for-Performance Contracts on Wages
2001s-09 WP Daniel Parent. Return to a High School Diploma and the Decision to Drop Out: New Evidence from Canada
2001s-04 WP Daniel Parent. Incentive Pay in the United States: Its Determinants and Its Effects
99s-39 WP Daniel Parent. Transition vers le marché du travail au Canada : Portrait de la situation actuelle et perspective historique
99s-41 WP Marcel Dagenais, Claude Montmarquette, Daniel Parent et Nathalie Viennot-Briot. Travail pendant les études, performance scolaire et abandon
99s-42 WP Daniel Parent. Labour Market Outcomes and Schooling in Canada: Has the Value of a High School Degree Changed over Time?
99s-44 WP Paul Beaudry, Thomas Lemieux et Daniel Parent. What Is Happening in the Youth Labour Market in Canada?
98s-37 WP W. Bentley MacLeod et Daniel Parent. Job Characteristics, Wages and the Employment Contract
98s-32 WP Marcel Dagenais, Benoit Durocher, Claude Montmarquette, Daniel Parent et François Raymond. Travail pendant les études et abandon scolaire : Causes, conséquences et politiques d'intervention
98s-08 WP W. Bentley MacLeod et Daniel Parent. Job Characteristics and the Form of Compensation
97s-14 WP Daniel Parent. Methods of Pay and Earnings: A Longitudinal Analysis
95s-25 WP Daniel Parent. Matching, Human Capital, and the Covariance Structure of Earnings
95s-26 WP Daniel Parent. Industry-Specific Capital and the Wage Profile: Evidence from the NLSY and the PSID
95s-27 WP Daniel Parent. Wages and Mobility: The Impact of Employer-Provided Training
95s-28 WP Daniel Parent. Survol des contributions théoriques et empiriques liées au capital humain

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