Harry Krashinsky

Associate Professor


Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources
Department of Management at the University of Toronto Scarborough

Fields of Study

Areas of Interest

  • The causes of various outcomes in the labour market
  • Other applied policy questions
  • Labour Economics
  • Research Methods

Full publications list



Harry Krashinsky is Associate Professor of Economics in the Department of Management at the University of Toronto Scarborough. He holds a cross-appointment to the Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources. 

Prof. Krashinsky's research currently focuses on labour economics, including wage inequality and differentials, the impact of training and accreditation on earnings, self-employment and job loss. He also pursues topics that apply econometric methods to wide-ranging policy issues, including the determinants of teen pregnancy and causes of variation in voting participation rates. He teaches courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in labour economics and research methods.


BA (hons.), Queen's University
MA, Princeton University
PhD, Princeton University