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Kathleen M. Day

Kathleen M. Day is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Ottawa, and has a PhD in economics from the University of British Columbia. Her research has involved applied econometric work on a variety of Canadian issues, including interprovincial labour mobility, volunteerism, regional disparities, the relationship between pollution and economic growth, and post-secondary education in Canada.

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September 29, 2011 | Kathleen M. Day, Stanley L. Winer

What do we know about the relationship between regionalized aspects of the unemployment insurance system and internal migration in Canada?

Kathleen Day and Stanley Winer review the past four decades of empirical research on the relationship between internal migration and regional variation in the generosity of Canada’s unemployment insurance system. More