Michele Campolieti Bibliography

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Updated June 26, 2019

Campolieti, M. (1997). Bayesian estimation of discrete duration models. National Library of Canada Bibliothèque nationale du Canada.

Campolieti, M. (1997). Bayesian estimation of duration models: An application of the multiperiod probit model. Empirical Economics. Physica Verlag.

Campolieti, M. (1999). Workers' Compensation Benefits and Claim Duration: Some Canadian Evidence. Applied Economics Letters. Routledge.

Campolieti, M. (2000). Bayesian Estimation and Smoothing of the Baseline Hazard in Discrete Time Duration Models. The review of economics and statistics. MIT Press Journals.

Campolieti, M. (2001). Bayesian semiparametric estimation of discrete duration models: an application of the dirichlet process prior. Journal of Applied Econometrics. Wiley Periodicals Inc.

Campolieti, M. (2001). Disability Insurance and the Labour Force Participation of Older Men and Women in Canada. Canadian Public Policy. The University of Toronto Press.

Campolieti, M. (2001). Multiple state hazard models and workers’ compensation claims: an examination of workers compensation data from Ontario. Accident Analysis and Prevention. Elsevier Ltd.

Campolieti, M. (2001). Recurrence in Workers' Compensation Claims: Estimates from a Multiple Spell Hazard Model. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Campolieti, M. (2001). The Canada/Quebec pension plan disability program and the labor force participation of older men. Economics Letters. Elsevier B.V.

Campolieti, M. (2002). Disability and the labor force participation of older men in Canada. Labour Economics. Elsevier B.V.

Campolieti, M. (2002). Moral Hazard and Disability Insurance: On the Incidence of Hard-to-Diagnose Medical Conditions in the Canada/Quebec Pension Plan Disability Program. Canadian Public Policy. The University of Toronto Press.

Campolieti, M. (2002). The Recurrence of Occupational Injuries: Estimates from a Zero Inflated Count Model. Applied Economics Letters. Taylor & Francis.

Campolieti, M. (2003). Disability Insurance Eligibility Criteria and the Labor Supply of Older Men. Economics Bulletin. Access Econ.

Campolieti, M. (2003). On the Estimation of Hazard Models with Flexible Baseline Hazards and Nonparametric Unobserved Heterogeneity. Economics Bulletin. Access Econ.

Campolieti, M. (2004). Disability Insurance Benefits and Labor Supply: Some Additional Evidence. Journal of Labor Economics. The University of Chicago Press.

Campolieti, M. (2004). The Correlates of Accommodations for Permanently Disabled Workers. Industrial Relations. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing .

Campolieti, M. (2005). How Accomidations Affect the Duration of Post-Injury Employment Spells. Journal of Labor Research. Springer-Verlag.

Campolieti, M. (2005). How accommodations affect the duration of post injury employment spells. Journal of Labor Research. Springer-Verlag.

Campolieti, M. (2005). Unions and the Duration of Workers’ Compensation Claims. Industrial Relations A Journal of Economy and Society. Blackwell Publishers Ltd.

Campolieti, M. (2006). Disability Insurance Adjudication Criteria and the Incidence of Hard-to-Diagnose Medical Conditions. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. Berkeley Electronic Press.

Campolieti, M. (2007). State Dependence, Accommodations, and the Postinjury Employment of Disabled Workers. Industrial Relations. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing .

Campolieti, M. (2009). Worker Adaptation and the Desire for Accommodations after the Onset of a Disability. Industrial Relations. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing .

Campolieti, M. (2011). The ins and outs of unemployment in Canada, 1976–2008. Canadian Journal of Economics / Revue canadienne d économique. Blackwell Publishers Ltd.

Campolieti, M. (2015). Forecasting Applications to Disability Insurance Programs Evidence for the Quebec Pension Plan Disability Program. Canadian Public Policy. CANADIAN PUBLIC POLICY.

Campolieti, M. (2015). Minimum Wages and Wage Spillovers in Canada. Canadian Public Policy. CANADIAN PUBLIC POLICY.

Campolieti, M. (2015). State Dependence in the Incidence of Strikes Evidence from Canadian Contract Data Using Heckman s Dynamic Probit Model. Economics Letters. Elsevier Science Ltd.

Campolieti, M. (2017). Power Law Distributions and the Size Distribution of Strikes. Sociological Methods & Research. https://doi.org/10.1177/0049124117729709

Campolieti, M. (2018). Heavy-tailed distributions and the distribution of wealth: Evidence from rich lists in Canada, 1999–2017. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, ISSN 0378-4371, 08/2018, Volume 503, pp. 263 - 272

Campolieti, M. (2018). Matching and Inverse Propensity Weighting Estimates of the Union Wage Premium: Evidence from Canada, 1997–2014. Industrial Relations A Journal of Economy and Society, 57(1), 101-130. https://doi-org.myaccess.library.utoronto.ca/10.1111/irel.12202

Campolieti, M. (2019). Effects of Minimum Wages on Employment Dynamics and Prices in the Restaurant Sector: Canada, 1983–2016. Canadian Public Policy https://doi.org/10.3138/cpp.2018-016 

Campolieti, M. (2019). The durations of recession and prosperity: What distribution do they follow? Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and Its Applications, 120821. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physa.2019.04.057

Campolieti, M., & Goldenberg, J. (2007). Disability Insurance Denial Rates and the Labor Force Participation of Older Men and Women in Canada. Atlantic Economic Journal. Springer.

Campolieti, M., & Hyatt, D. E. (2006). Further Evidence on the "Monday Effect" in Workers' Compensation. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations.

Campolieti, M., & Krashinsky, H. (2003). Substitution between Disability Support Programs in Canada. Canadian Public Policy. University of Toronto Press.

Campolieti, M., & Krashinsky, H. (2006). Disabled Workers and Wage Losses: Some Evidence from Workers with Occupational Injuries. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. Cornell University.

Campolieti, M., & Krashinsky, H. (2006). Wage losses of workers with occupational injuries: Effects of remaining with the time-of-accident employer. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations.

Campolieti, M., & Lavis, J. N. (2000). Disability Expenditures in Canada, 1970-1996: Trends, Reform Efforts and a Path for the Future. Canadian Public Policy. The University of Toronto Press.

Campolieti, M., & Lavis, J. N. (2000). The silent payer speaks: workers' compensation boards and Canadian physicians. Canadian Medical Association Journal. Canadian Medical Association.

Campolieti, M., Fang T., & Gunderson, M. (2010). Labour market outcomes and skill acquisition of high school dropouts. Journal of Labor Research. Unknown.

Campolieti, M., Fang, T., & Gunderson, M. (2005). How minimum wages affect schooling-employment outcomes in Canada, 1993–1999. Journal of Labor Research. Springer-Verlag.

Campolieti, M., Fang, T., & Gunderson, M. (2005). Minimum Wage Impacts on Youth Employment Transitions, 1993-1999. Canadian Journal of Economics Revue canadienne d économique. UNIV TORONTO PRESS INC.

Campolieti, M., Gefang Deborah., & Koop Gary,. (2014). Time variation in the dynamics of worker flows evidence from North America and Europe. Journal of Applied Econometrics. Wiley Periodicals Inc.

Campolieti, M., Gefang, D., & Koop, G. (2013). A New Look at Variation in Employment Growth in Canada: The Role of Industry, Provincial, National and External Factors. Economics Department Working Papers. Lancaster University Management School.

Campolieti, M., Gefang, D., & Koop, G. (2013). Appendix for A New Look at Variation in Employment Growth in Canada The Role of Industry Provincial National and External Factors. Lancaster University Management School, Economics Department, Working Papers: 26145533, 2013. Unknown.

Campolieti, M., Goldenberg, J., & Hyatt, D. (2008). Workplace Violence and the Duration of Workers' Compensation Claims. Relations Industrielles. Universite Laval - Departement des Relations Industrielles.

Campolieti, M., Gomez, R., & Gunderson, M. (2007). Say what: employee voice in Canada . (R. B. Freeman, P. Boxall, & P. Haynes)What workers say: employee voice in the Anglo-American workplace. ILR Press.

Campolieti, M., Gomez, R., & Gunderson, M. (2009). Volunteering, Income Support Programs and Persons with Disabilities. Relations Industrielles. Relations Industrielles.

Campolieti, M., Gomez, R., & Gunderson, M. (2013). Does Non Union Employee Representation Act as a Complement or Substitute to Union Voice Evidence from Canada and the United States. Industrial Relations. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing .

Campolieti, M., Gomez, R., & Gunderson, M. (2013). Managerial Hostility and Attitudes towards Unions: A Canada-US Comparison. Journal of Labor Research. Transaction Publishers Inc.

Campolieti, M., Gomez, R., & Morley, G. (2008). Have Young Workers Lost Their (Collective) Voice? Youth-Adult Preferences for Workplace Voice in Canada. (G. Defreitas)Young workers in the global economy : job challenges in North America, Europe and Japan. Edward Elgar.

Campolieti, M., Gunderson Morley K L., & Smith Jeffrey A,. (2014). The effect of vocational rehabilitation on the employment outcomes of disability insurance beneficiaries new evidence from Canada. IZA Journal of Labor Policy. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Campolieti, M., Gunderson, M., & Gomez, R. (2011). What Accounts for the Representation Gap? Decomposing Canada — US Differences in the Desire for Collective Voice. Journal of Industrial Relations. SAGE Publications.

Campolieti, M., Gunderson, M., & Krashinsky H,. (2007). Labor supply decisions of disabled male workers. Journal of Labor Research. Springer Us.

Campolieti, M., Gunderson, M., & Lee B,. (2014). Minimum wage effects on permanent versus temporary minimum wage employment. Contemporary Economic Policy. Unknown.

Campolieti, M., Gunderson, M., & Lee, B. (2012). The (Non) Impact of Minimum Wages on Poverty: Regression and Simulation Evidence for Canada. Journal of Labor Research. Transaction Publishers Inc.

Campolieti, M., Gunderson, M., & Lee, B. (2014). Minimum Wage Responses from Permanent vs. Temporary Minimum Wage Jobs. Contemporary Economic Policy. Oxford University Press .

Campolieti, M., Gunderson, M., & Riddell, C. (2006). Minimum Wage Impacts from a Prespecified Research Design Canada 1981–1997. Industrial Relations A Journal of Economy and Society. Blackwell Publishing.

Campolieti, M., Gunderson, M., Timofeeva O., & Tsiroulnitchenko E,. (2013). Immigrant Assimilation Canada 1971-2006 Has the Tide Turned . Journal of Labor Research. Unknown.

Campolieti, M., Hebdon, R., & Dachis, B. (2014). The Impact of Collective Bargaining Legislation on Strike Activity and Wage Settlements. Industrial Relations A Journal of Economy and Society. Wiley Subscription Services Inc.

Campolieti, M., Hebdon, R., & Dachis, B. (2016). Collective Bargaining in the Canadian Public Sector 1978–2008 The Consequences of Restraint and Structural Change. British Journal of Industrial Relations. Wiley Subscription Services Inc.

Campolieti, M., Hebdon, R., & Hyatt, D. (2005). Strike Incidence and Strike Duration: Some New Evidence from Ontario. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations.

Campolieti, M., Hyatt, D., & Kralj, B. (2007). Determinants of Stress in Medical Practice: Evidence from Ontario Physicians. Relations Industrielles. Universite Laval - Departement des Relations Industrielles.

Campolieti, M., Hyatt, D., & Thomason, T. (2006). Experience Rating, Work Injuries and Benefit Costs: Some New Evidence. Relations Industrielles. Universite Laval - Departement des Relations Industrielles.

Campolieti, M., & Riddell, C. (2018). Does Mediation-Arbitration Reduce Arbitration Rates? Evidence from a Natural Experiment. ILR Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0019793918810219 

Campolieti, M., & Riddell, C. (2012). Disability policy and the labor market: Evidence from a natural experiment in Canada, 1998–2006. Journal of Public Economics. Elsevier B.V.

Campolieti, M. and Riddell, C. (2019), Interest Arbitration and the Narcotic Effect: Evidence from Three Decades of Collective Bargaining in Ontario. British Journal of Industrial Relations. doi:10.1111/bjir.12456

Campolieti, M., Riddell, C., & Slinn, S. (2007). Labor Law Reform and the Role of Delay in Union Organizing: Empirical Evidence from Canada. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations.

Gomez, R. Gunderson, M., & Campolieti, M. (2011). What Accounts for the Representation Gap? Decomposing Canada—US Differences in the Desire for Collective Voice. Journal of Industrial Relations . Emerald.

Gomez, R. Gunderson, M., & Campolieti, M. (2012). Does Non-Union Employee Representation Act as a Complement or Substitute to Union Voice? Evidence from Canada and the United States. Unknown. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Gomez, R. Gunderson, M., & Campolieti, M. (2013). Managerial Hostility and Attitudes Towards Unions: A Canada-US Comparison. Journal of Labour Research . Springer Us.

Gunderson, M. & Campolieti, M,. (2010). The Poverty of Minimum Wages as an Anti-Poverty Policy. (Harrison L)Social Policy: Challenges, Developments and Implications. Nova Science Publishers.

Gunderson, M. & Campolieti, M. (2003). Exploratory Phase I Evaluation of the Canada Pension Plan Disability Vocational Rehabilitation Program. Unknown. Human Resources Development Canada.

Gunderson, M. & Campolieti, M. (2005). Profile of Non-Senior Adults with Long-Term Disabilities Reliant on CPP-D, SA, WC and Disability Tax Credit. Unknown. Social Development Canada.

Gunderson, M. & Campolieti, M. (2009). Cost-Benefit Analysis Applied to Labour Market Programs. (R. Brent)Handbook on Research in Cost-Benefit Analysis. Edward Elger Publishers.

Gunderson, M. Campolieti, M., & Gomez, R. (2009). Disabled Persons and Non-Standard Work. (P. Gonzalez, D. Prieto, J. Velazquez, & M. Saez)Essays on Economics, Disability and Employment. Delta Publications.

Gunderson, M. Campolieti, M., & Smith, J. A. (2014). The Effect of Vocational Rehabilitation on the Employment Outcomes of Disability Insurance Recipients: New Evidence from Canada. IZA Journal of Labor Policy. Unknown.

Lavis, J. N. & Campolieti, M. (1999). In Workers' Comp, higher benefits mean lengthier claims. Policy Options. Institute for Research on Public Policy.