Data Research Centre

Publications

Many of the Brown Bag Series lectures presented over the year have resulted in publications. Here is a list of the highlights.  The Canadian Research Data Centre Network has a searchable directory of all publications.

2015-16 Publications

  • Pandher, J. S.  (2015).  The association between the neighbourhood food environment and prevalence of three chronic diseases in urban Canada: A cross-sectional analysis. Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. , October London, ON: University of Western Ontario.

  • Peirone, A., and Cheung A.  (2015).  The wage working poor in the Windsor Ontario region. Windsor, ON: Pathway to Potential. 
     
  • Larose, S. L., Kpelitse K. A., M. Campbell K., Zaric G. S., and Sarma S.  (2016).  Does obesity influence labour market outcomes among working-age adults? Evidence from Canadian longitudinal data. Economics and Human Biology, 20, 26-41., March 8.

  • Jinah, A.  (2016).  The association between neighbourhood walkability and adult obesity prevalence in urban Canada. Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. London, ON: University of Western Ontario.

  • Courey, M., and Pare P-P. (2016).  A closer look at the relationship between low self-control and delinquency: The effects of identity styles. Crime and Delinquency, 62 (3), 368-396.

  • Cassidy, H.  (2016).  Language acquisition and occupational characteristics. London, ON.

  • Bowlus, A. J., Miyairi M., and Robinson C.  (2016).  Immigrant job search assimilation in Canada. Canadian Journal of Economics, 49(1).
     
  • Bente, A.  (2016).  Does satisfaction with perinatal health care influence postpartum weight retention?. Epidemiology and Biostatistics. London, ON: University of Western Ontario.

2014-15 Publications

  • Kpelitse, K-A., Devlin R. Anne, and Sarma S.  (2014).   The effect of income on obesity among Canadian adults. Canadian Centre for Health Economics, 1-44.

  • Brown, H., and Wilk P.  (2014).  Changes in smoking during pregnancy in Ontario, 1995-2010: Results from the Canadian Community Health Survey. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada, 36 (10), 878-884.
     
  • Hollands, S., M. Campbell K., Gilliland J., and Sarma S.  (2014).  Association between neighbourhood fast-food and full-service restaurant density and body mass index: A cross-sectional study of Canadian adults. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 105 (3), 172-178.

  • Gaston, A., Doelman A., Edwards S., and Tober J. Ann  (2014).  The impact of parenthood on Canadians' objectively measured physical activity. BMC Public Health, 14, Brantford, ON

  • Swaney, A. M.  (2014).  Employee selection practices and performance pay. Business Administration. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University

  • Sarma, S., Zaric G. S., M. Campbell K., and Gilliland J.  (2014).  The effect of physical activity on adult obesity: Evidence from the Canadian NPHS panel. Economics and Human Biology, 2014 (July), 1-21.

  • Hooshmand, S.  (2014).   Developmental associations of self-reported body mass and depressive symptoms: A longitudinal examination of the transition from adolescence to young adulthood. Epidemiology & Biostatistics. London, ON: Western University.

  • Roy, M.  (2014).  Body mass index trajectories: The effect of fetal size and early life modifiable factors. Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. London, ON: University of Western Ontario.

  • Nazaretian, Z.  (2014).  Social status, opportunity and repeat victimization: the unequal distribution of safety. Department of Sociology., JanuaryDetroit, MI: Wayne State University.

  • Kuuire, V. Z., Arku G., Luginaah I., Abada T., and Buzzelli M.  (2015).  Impact of remittance behaviour on immigrant homeownership trajectories: An analysis of the longitudinal survey of immigrants in Canada from 2001 to 2005. Social Indicators Research, ePub ahead of print, 1-22.

  • Culum, I., Orange J. B., Forbes D., and Borrie M. (2015).  Differences between Canadian and Mediterranean diets: An assessment of macronutrients in the diets of Canadian older adults using data from the Canadian Community Health Survey 2.2. Journal of Aging Research and Clinical Practice, 4 (4), 205-213.

  • Hajizadeh, M., M. Campbell K., and Sarma S.  (2015).  A spatial econometric analysis of adult obesity: Evidence from Canada. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 1-35.

2013-14 Publications

  • Wiseman, A.C.Quan-Haase, A., Ed. (2013). Adolescents' perspectives of physical education: A national and local focus. Faculty of Human Kinetics. Windsor, ON: University of Windsor.  
     
  • Quan-Haase, A., Ed. (2013). Technology and society:Social networks, power, and inequality. Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.
     
  • Konrad, A.M., Moore M.E., Ng E.S.W., Doherty A.J., and Breward K. (2013). Temporary work, underemployment and workplace accommodations: Relationship to well-being for workers with disabilities. British Journal of Management, 24(3), 367-382.

  • Barrett, B. Jo, and Pierre M. St. (2013). Intimate partner violence reported by gay, lesbian, and bisexual identified individuals living in Canada: An exploration of within group variations. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services. 25(1)1-23.

  • Wiesenthal, N., and Vingilis E.  (2013) The impact of motor vehicle injury on distress: Moderators and trajectories over time. Transportation Research Part F, 21, 1-13

  • Hollands, S., M. Campbell K., Gilliland J., and Sarma S. (2013). A spatial analysis of the association between restaurant density and body mass index in Canadian adults. Preventitive Medicine, 57(4), 258-264.

  • Sarma, S., Devlin R. Anne, Gilliland J., M. Campbell K., and Zaric G. S.  (2014).  The effect of leisure-time physical activity on obesity, diabetes, high BP and heart disease among Canadians: Evidence from 2000/01 to 2005/06. Health Economics, 24(12), 1531-1547

  • Hajizadeh, M., M. Campbell K., and Sarma S.  (2014). Socioeconomic inequalities in adult obesity risk in Canada: Trends and decomposition analyses. European Journal of Health Economics, 15 (2), 203-221.

  • Sundararajan, K., M. Campbell., Choi Y-H., Sarma, S (2014). The relationship between diet quality and adult obesity: Evidence from Canada Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 33(1), 1-17.

  • Corbett, B., Greselin F., Pasquazzi L., Williams R., and Zitikis R.  (2014).  Income inequality in Canada and the mitigating influence of provincial tax policies: findings from the 2006 census. Ottawa, ON: House of Commons Standing Committee on finance.

  • Shin, D., and Konrad A. M.  (2014).  Causality between high-performance work systems and organizational performance. Journal of Management, ePub ahead of print, July.

  • Prasad, C., Corbett B. A., and Prasad A. N.  (2014).  Epilepsy, school readiness in Canadian children: Data from the National Longitudinal Study of Children and Youth (NLSCY). Seizure, 23 (6), 435-438.

  • Larose, S. L.  (2014).  The impact of obesity on employment participation and earnings among working-age women in Canada: Evidence from the NPHS longitudinal data. Epidemiology and Biostatistics. London, ON: University of Western Ontario.

2012-13 Publications

  • Audra Bowlus and Jean-Marc Robin (2012). An international comparison of lifetime inequality: How continental Europe resembles North America Journal of the European Economics Association, 10(6), 1236 – 1262.

  • Gebremariam Woldemicael and Roderic Beaujot (2012). Fertility behavior of immigrants in Canada: Converging trends Journal of International Migration and Integration, 13, 325 - 341.

  • Muhammad Raza, Roderic Beaujot and Gebremariam Woldemicael (2012). Social capital and economic integration of visible minority immigrants in Canada Journal of International Migration and Integration, 14(2), 263 - 285.

  • Spence, Nicholas and Dan Walters. (2012) "Is it Safe?" Risk Perception and Drinking Water in a Vulnerable Population. International Indigenous Policy Journal 3(3): 1-23.

  • Konrad, A. M., Moore, M. E., Ng, E. S. W., Doherty, A. J., & Breward, K.  (in press).  Temporary work, underemployment and workplace accommodations:  Relationship to well-being for workers with disabilities.  British Journal of Management.

  • Konrad, A. M., & Yang, Y. (2012, November). Is Using Work-Life Interface Benefits a Career-Limiting Move? An Examination of Women, Men, Lone Parents, and Parents with Partners. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 33(8), 1095-1119.

  • Konrad, A. M., Moore, M. E., Doherty, A. J., Ng, E. S. W., & Breward, K.  (2012).  Vocational status and perceived well-being of workers with disabilities.  Equality, Diversity & Inclusion:  An International Journal, 31(2), 100-123.  http://www.emeraldinsight.com/fwd.htm?id=aob&ini=aob&doi=10.1108/02610151211202772 Highly Commended Paper Award

  • Baidoobonso S, Bauer GR, Speechley KN, Lawson E. (2013) HIV risk perception and distribution of HIV risk among African, Caribbean, and other Black people: Mixed methods results from the BLACCH Study. BMC Public Health 2013;13:184.

2011-12 Publications

  • Moore, Mark E.; Konrad, Alison M.; Yang, Yang; Ng, Eddy S.W.; and Doherty, Alison J. (2012) "Vocational Well-Being of Workers with Childhood Disability Onset," CRDCN Research Highlight/RCCDR en évidence: Vol. 1: Iss. 3, Article 1
    Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/crdcn_rccdr/vol1/iss3/1

  • Ryan, Bridget L.; Stewart, Moira; Campbell, M. Karen; Koval, John J.; and Thind, Amardeep (2012) "Does Access to a Family Physician Matter for Adolescents?," CRDCN Research Highlight/RCCDR en évidence: Vol. 1: Iss. 2, Article 1.
    Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/crdcn_rccdr/vol1/iss2/1

  • Nelson, Charles; St. Cyr, Kate; Corbett, Bradley; Hurley, Elisa; Gifford, Shannon; Elhai, Jon D.; and Richardson, J. Donald (2012) "Preventing Mental Distress in the Military," CRDCN Research Highlight/RCCDR en évidence: Vol. 1: Iss. 1, Article 1.
    Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/crdcn_rccdr/vol1/iss1/1

  • Beaujot, Roderic & Juyan Wang.  Low fertility in Canada: The Nordic model in Quebec and the U.S. model in Alberta.  Canadian Studies in Population 37(3-4): 375-410.

  • Weaver, Robert Douglas, Habibov, N. N. A gender-based comparison of levels and determinants of adolescent well-being: Results from a Canadian National Surve. Currents 9(2), 1-22.

  • Weaver, Robert Douglas & Habibov, N. N. Are Canadian adolescents happy? A gender-based analysis of a nationally representative survey. US-China Education Review 7(4), 37-52.

  • Brzozowski, Matthew, Martin Gervais, Paul Klein, & Michio Suzuki. Consumption, Income, and Wealth Inequality in Canada. Review of Economic Dynamics 13(1): 52-75 (January 2010).

  • Vingilis, Evelyn and Piotr Wilk. Self-reported road safety strategies, risky driving behaviours, and subsequent motor vehicle injuries: Analysis of the Canadian National Population Health Survey. Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques 36, Supplement: S1-S12.

  • Bowlus, Audra J. and Jean-Marc Robin.  An International Comparison of Equalization Mobility and Lifetime Earnings Inequality: How Continental Europe Resembles North America. Forthcoming in the Journal of European Economic Association.

2010-11 Publications

  • Bowlus, Audra J. and Robin, Jean-Marc (2011) "How Continental Europe Resembles North America: Challenging the Assumptions through a New Approach to Lifetime Earnings Inequality," RDC@Western Research Highlights: Vol. 5: Iss. 3, Article 1.
    Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/rdchighlights/vol5/iss3/1

  • Richmond, Chantelle A. M. (2010) "Location, Location, Location! Regional Variations in Social Support in the Canadian Arctic," RDC@Western Research Highlights: Vol. 5: Iss. 2, Article 1.
    Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/rdchighlights/vol5/iss2/1

  • Yang, Yang and Konrad, Alison M. (2010) "An Ethnically Diverse Workforce plus Good Employee Participation Practices - A Winning Combination for Organizational Innovation," RDC@Western Research Highlights: Vol. 5: Iss. 1, Article 1.
    Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/rdchighlights/vol5/iss1/1

2009-10 Publications

  • Willson, Andrea (2010) "More Equal than Others? `Fundamental Causes' of Health Disparities in Canada and the United States," RDC@Western Research Highlights: Vol. 4: Iss. 3, Article 1.
    Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/rdchighlights/vol4/iss3/1

  • Reid, Graham (2009) "Sleep Matters: Why Getting Toddlers to Sleep, and to Stay Asleep, Is Important," RDC@Western Research Highlights: Vol. 4: Iss. 2, Article 1.
    Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/rdchighlights/vol4/iss2/1

  • Lehmann, Wolfgang and Tenkorang, Eric (2009) ""First-generation" University Entrants Are No More Likely to Drop out Early on than Students with University-educated Parents. Or Are They?," RDC@Western Research Highlights: Vol. 4: Iss. 1, Article 1.
    Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/rdchighlights/vol4/iss1/1

2008-09 Publications

2007-08 Publications