Jasmin Thomas : Citation Profile


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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   4 years (2015 - 2019). See details.
   Cites by year: 10
   Journals where Jasmin Thomas has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 2.    Total self citations: 9 (17.65 %)

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Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Jasmin Thomas.

Is cited by:

Brandolini, Andrea (12)

Rosolia, Alfonso (12)

Zelli, Roberto (6)

Whang, Yoon-Jae (5)

Pittau, M. Grazia (5)

LINTON, OLIVER (5)

Jones, Maggie (2)

Uguccioni, James (2)

Spasova, Tsvetana (1)

Pichette, Lise (1)

Scharfenaker, Ellis (1)

Cites to:

Trannoy, Alain (10)

Lefranc, Arnaud (8)

Pistolesi, Nicolas (8)

Sharpe, Andrew (7)

Osberg, Lars (7)

Milligan, Kevin (6)

Green, David (6)

Zelli, Roberto (5)

Ray, Debraj (5)

Davidson, Russell (5)

Esteban, Joan (5)

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Where Jasmin Thomas has published?


Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
CSLS Research Reports / Centre for the Study of Living Standards13

Recent works citing Jasmin Thomas (2024 and 2023)


YearTitle of citing document
2023Labor Market Segmentation and the Distribution of Income: New Evidence from Internal Census Bureau Data. (2023). , Markus ; Scharfenaker, Ellis. In: Working Papers. RePEc:cen:wpaper:23-41.

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Works by Jasmin Thomas:


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2019The Introduction of Formal Childcare Services in Inuit Communities and Labor Force Outcomes In: Center for Indian Country Development series.
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2018Income Inequality, Cohesiveness and Commonality in the Euro Area: A Semi-Parametric Boundary-Free Analysis In: Econometrics.
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2015An Analysis of the Canada-U.S. ICT Investment Gap: An Update to 2013 In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2015A Detailed Analysis of Productivity Trends in the Forest Products Sector in Quebec, 2000-2013: Adversity Drives Productivity In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2015A Detailed Analysis of Productivity Trends in the Forest Products Sector in Ontario, 2000-2013: Sunset Industry or Industry in Transition? In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2015Benchmarking Metis Economic and Social Development In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2015Estimation of EU-Comparable Poverty-Related Variables in the United States, 1995-2014 In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2015Estimation of EU-Comparable Poverty-Related Variables in Australia, 2001-2013 In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2015Review of Best Practices in Labour Market Forecasting with an Application to the Canadian Aboriginal Population In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2016Explaining Industry Differences in IT Investment Per Worker Between Canada and the United States, 2002-2013 In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2016A Tepid Recovery: The Index of Economic Well-Being for Canada and the Provinces, 1981-2014 In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2016Equality and Economic Security Take a Hit: The Index of Economic Well-Being for Selected OECD Countries, 1980-2014 In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2016Trends in Low-Wage Employment in Canada: Incidence, Gap and Intensity, 1997-2014 In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2016Nunaviks Labour Market and Educational Attainment Paradox In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2016New Evidence on the Canada-U.S. ICT Investment Gap, 1976-2014 Selected OECD Countries, 1986-2013 In: CSLS Research Reports.
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2017Similarity, dissimilarity and exceptionality: generalizing Gini’s transvariation to measure “differentness” in many distributions In: METRON.
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2019Measuring Multi-group Polarization, Segmentation and Ambiguity: Increasingly Unequal Yet Similar Constituent Canadian Income Distributions In: Social Indicators Research: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal for Quality-of-Life Measurement.
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2017More Unequal Yet More Alike: The Changing Anatomy of Constituent Canadian Income Distributions in the 21st Century. In: Working Papers.
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2017The Impact of Introducing Formal Childcare Services on Labour Force Participation in Inuit Nunangat In: Department Discussion Papers.
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