Labour Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Applied Econometrics


Marie Connolly has been a professor at the Department of Economics of ESG UQAM since 2009. She teaches statistics and econometrics to undergraduates and labor economics to graduates students. Her research is primarily empirical and touches upon various topics in labor economics, such as social mobility, the formation of human capital, the gender wage gap, subjective well-being, women’s labor force participation and the evaluation of public policy. Her work as been published in the Journal of Labor Economics, the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization and the Canadian Journal of Economics, among others.

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CIRANO Publications by Marie Connolly

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Le lien entre la taille des classes et les compétences cognitives et non cognitives

Marie Connolly and Catherine Haeck


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

Brain Drain: Why Do Some Post-Secondary Graduates Choose to Work in the United States?

Brahim Boudarbat and Marie Connolly

Education and Labour Market
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