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A CIRANO Researcher and Fellow since 1996, Daniel Parent is Full Professor in the Department of Applied Economics at HEC Montréal.
Holding a Ph.D. in Economics from the Université de Montréal, his research interests are labour economics and applied econometrics.
His current research focuses on industry-specificity of acquired skills, impact of private-sector training, school-to-work transition, impact of pay-for-performance schemes on the wage structure, and determinants of forms of compensation.
Dostie, Benoit & Li, Jiang & Card, David & Parent, Daniel (2020) - Employer Policies and the Immigrant-Native Earnings Gap
Benoit Dostie & Jiang Li & David Card & Daniel Parent (2020) - Employer Policies and the Immigrant-Native Earnings Gap
Ana Damas de Matos & Daniel Parent (2019) - Canada and High-Skill Emigration to the United States: Way Station or Farm System?
John S. Heywood & Daniel Parent (2017) - Performance Pay, the Gender Gap, and Specialization within Marriage
Damas de Matos, Ana & Parent, Daniel (2016) - Which firms create fixed-term employment? Evidence from Portugal
Parent, Daniel (2015) - Performance pay and unemployment during the great recession
W. Bentley MacLeod & Daniel Parent (2015) - Transaction Costs and the Employment Contract in the US Economy
Parent, Daniel (2014) - Institutions et scolarité : le cas des francophones au Québec vs. les Américains d'origine canadienne-française
Bok Hoon & Daniel Parent (2013) - Learning and the Form of Compensation
MacLeod, W. Bentley & Parent, Daniel (2013) - Transactions Costs and the Employment Contract in the US Economy