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Biography

Nicole Fortin has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of British Columbia, where she is associate professor in the Vancouver School of Economics.She has three main streams of research. A first stream revolves around wage inequality and its links to labour market institutions and public policies, including higher education policies. A second stream focuses on the economic progress of women, gender equality policies, and gender issues in education. A third stream includes contributions to decomposition methods, namely the widely used DFL reweighting decomposition methodology and the newer RIF (recentered influence function) regression methodology, both published in Econometrica.
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Publications by Nicole Fortin

7 publications
LI
March 1, 2013

Le Québec économique 2012 : Le point sur le revenu des Québécois

Marcelin Joanis, Luc Godbout, Jean-Yves Duclos, Matthieu Arseneau, Dorothée Boccanfuso, Brahim Boudarbat, Nicholas-James Clavet, Jean-Michel Cousineau, Stéphane Crespo, François Dupuis, Pouya Ebrahimi, Bernard Fortin, Nicole M. Fortin, David A. Green, Guy Lacroix, Thérèse Laflèche, Thomas Lemieux, Steeve Marchand, Kevin Milligan, Marc Pinsonneault, Sylvie Rheault, W. Craig Riddell, Frédéric Savard, François Vaillancourt and Thomas Vigneault

Experimental Economics
CS
March 1, 2002

Occupational Gender Segregation and Women's Wages in Canada: An Historical Perspective

Nicole M. Fortin and Michael Huberman

Labour Market
RP
September 1, 2001

Occupational Gender Segregation : Public Policies and Economic Forces

Nicole M. Fortin and Michael Huberman

CS
October 1, 2000

Occupational Gender Composition and Wages in Canada: 1987-1988

Michael Baker and Nicole M. Fortin

CS
October 1, 2000

Does Comparable Worth Work in a Decentralized Labor Market?

Michael Baker and Nicole M. Fortin

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