Christine Neill
Christine Neill
Associate Professor, Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University
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Tuition fees and the demand for university places
C Neill
Economics of Education Review 28 (5), 561-570, 2009
Do gun buybacks save lives? Evidence from panel data
A Leigh, C Neill
American Law and Economics Review 12 (2), 509-557, 2010
Can national infrastructure spending reduce local unemployment? Evidence from an Australian roads program
A Leigh, C Neill
Economics Letters 113 (2), 150-153, 2011
Rising student employment: The role of tuition fees
C Neill
Education Economics 23 (1), 101-121, 2015
Do gun buy-backs save lives? Evidence from time series variation
C Neill, A Leigh
Current Issues in Criminal Justice 20 (2), 145-162, 2008
Canada's tuition and education tax credits
C Neill
desLibris, 2007
What you don't know can't help you: Lessons of behavioural economics for tax-based student aid
C Neill
CD Howe Institute Commentary 393, 2013
Remain, retrain or retire: Options for older workers following job loss
C Neill, T Schirle
Retirement policy issues in Canada, 277-308, 2009
The effect of student loan limits on university enrolments
C Neill
Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network Working Paper, 2008
Parental employment effects of switching from half-day to full-day kindergarten: evidence from Ontario’s French schools
E Dhuey, J Eid, C Neill
Canadian Public Policy 46 (1), 145-174, 2020
Delivering Government Grants to Students Through the RESP System: Distributional Implications
A Essaji, C Neill
Canadian Tax Journal 60 (3), 635-649, 2012
Tax expenditures vs budgetary expenditures for Canadian post-secondary education
A Essaji, C Neill
Technical Report, Laurier Centre for Economic Research & Policy Analysis, 2010
Do gun buybacks save lives? Evidence from panel data
C Neill
American Law and Economics Review 12 (2), 462-508, 2010
Higher education policy, education outcomes and credit constraints.
CM Neill
Natural Resource Shocks, Labour Market Conditions, and Post-Secondary Enrolment Rates
C Neill, M Burdzy
Pursuing Higher Education in Canada: Economic, Social and Policy Dimensions …, 2010
Education During a Pandemic: A Focus on Girls and Young Women
K Foley, C Haeck, C Neill
Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Women in Canada, 47-56, 2022
Reducing the Burden of Student Loan Repayment: A Canada-US Comparison
C Neill
Oppressed by Debt, 105-138, 2021
Policy Forum: Tax Expenditures—Lessons from the Elimination of Ontario's Tuition and Education Tax Credits
C Neill, T Snoddon
Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscale canadienne 70 (3), 599-613, 2022
Economic Policy Trends: COVID-19 and Recent Post-Secondary Graduates
K Foley, C Neill
Calgary School of Public Policy 13, 2020
Universally Subsidized Day Care and its Effects on Youth Crime Rates: Evidence from Quebec
K Saguil, C Neill
LCERPA, 2015
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