Finnie, Ross

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Associate Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, The University of Ottawa
  Ottawa, ON
Area(s) of Interest:
  • Labour Economics
  • Social Policy
  • Immigrants
  • International Mobility
 

Selected Publications:

Finnie, R. (2015). New study shows strong labour-market outcomes for university grads. University Affairs.

Finnie, R. (2014). How your degree might influence your earning potential. Ottawa Citizen.

“A Matter of Discipline: Early Career Outcomes of Recent Canadian University Graduates”, in Laidler, David (ed.), Renovating the Ivory Tower: Canadian Universities and the Knowledge Economy, Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute, 2002, pp. 169-209.

Literacy and Labour Market Outcomes: Self-Assessment and Test Score Measures” (with Ronald Meng), Applied Economics, vol. 37 (2005), pp.1935-1951.

The Evolution of the gender Earnings Gap Amongst Canadian University Graduates” (with Ted Wannell), Applied Economics, Vol. 36 (2004), pp. 1967-1978.

The School-to-Work Transition of Canadian Post-Secondary Graduates: A Dynamic ¬†Analysis”,Journal of Higher Education and Policy Management, Vol. 26, No.1 (Mar. 2004), pp. 35-58.

Cognitive Skills and the Youth Labour Market” (with Ronald Meng), Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 8 (2001), pp. 675-679.

“The Brain Drain:¬† Leaving and Returning to Canada 1982-2003”.

“Graduates’ Earnings and the Job Skills-Education Match”, Education Quarterly Review, Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Vol. 7, No. 2 (2001), pp. 7-21.

Holding Their Own: Employment and Earnings of Post-Secondary Graduates”, Education Quarterly Review, Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Vol. 7, No. 1 (2000), pp. 21-37.