Wen-Hao Chen
Wen-Hao Chen
Statistics Canada, OECD
Verified email at canada.ca
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Divided We Stand: Why Inequality Keeps Rising
WH Chen, M Forster, A Llena-Nozal
OECD Publishing, 2011
600*2011
In It Together: Why less Inequality Benefits All
M Wen-Hao Chen
OECD, 2015
316*2015
Child poverty and changes in child poverty
WH Chen, M Corak
Demography 45 (3), 537-553, 2008
1362008
Intergenerational earnings mobility among the children of Canadian immigrants
A Aydemir, WH Chen, M Corak
The Review of Economics and Statistics 91 (2), 377-397, 2009
1332009
Intergenerational education mobility among the children of Canadian immigrants
A Aydemir, WH Chen, M Corak
Canadian Public Policy 39 (Supplement 1), S107-S122, 2013
1122013
Why have poorer neighbourhoods stagnated economically while the richer have flourished? Neighbourhood income inequality in Canadian cities
WH Chen, J Myles, G Picot
Urban Studies 49 (4), 877-896, 2012
782012
How do macro-level contexts and policies affect the employment chances of chronically ill and disabled people? Part I: The impact of recession and deindustrialization
P Holland, B Burström, M Whitehead, F Diderichsen, E Dahl, B Barr, ...
International Journal of Health Services 41 (3), 395-413, 2011
752011
Cross‐national differences in income mobility: evidence from Canada, the United States, Great Britain and Germany
WH Chen
Review of Income and Wealth 55 (1), 75-100, 2009
732009
How do macro-level contexts and policies affect the employment chances of chronically ill and disabled people? Part II: The impact of active and passive labor market policies
P Holland, L Nylen, K Thielen, KA van der Wel, WH Chen, B Barr, ...
International Journal of Health Services 41 (3), 415-430, 2011
512011
Child poverty and changes in child poverty in rich countries since 1990
WH Chen, M Corak
IZA Discussion Paper, 2005
492005
Lifecycle variation, errors-in-variables bias and nonlinearities in intergenerational income transmission: new evidence from Canada
WH Chen, Y Ostrovsky, P Piraino
Labour Economics 44, 1-12, 2017
392017
European health inequality through the ‘Great Recession’: social policy matters
KA van der Wel, T Saltkjel, WH Chen, E Dahl, K Halvorsen
Sociology of health & illness 40 (4), 750-768, 2018
182018
Firms, industries, and unemployment insurance: An analysis using employer-employee data
M Corak, WH Chen
IZA Discussion Paper, 2003
18*2003
Assessing Job Quality in Canada: A Multidimensional Approach
WHCT Mehdi
Statistics Canada Analytical Studies Branch Research Paper Series, 2018
17*2018
The effect of unemployment on life satisfaction: a cross-national comparison between Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States
WH Chen, F Hou
Applied Research in Quality of Life 14 (4), 1035-1058, 2019
162019
Testing for poverty dominance: an application to Canada
WH Chen, JY Duclos
IZA Discussion Papers, 2008
15*2008
Intergenerational Income Mobility: New Evidence from Canada
WH Chen, Y Ostrovsky, P Piraino
Statistics Canada, 2016
14*2016
Comparing Low Income of Canada's Regions: A Stochastic Dominance Approach
WH Chen
Income Research Paper Series, Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 75F0002M, 2008
14*2008
Demographic or labour market trends: What determines the distribution of household earnings in OECD countries?
WH Chen, M Förster, A Llena-Nozal
OECD Journal: Economic Studies 2013 (1), 179-207, 2014
122014
Testing for poverty dominance: an application to Canada
WH Chen, JY Duclos
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 44 (3), 781-803, 2011
102011
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