Janice Compton

Department of Economics, University of Manitoba

About

I am an Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Manitoba. I recieved my PhD from Washington University in St. Louis and hold a Graduate Certificate in New Institutional Social Sciences from the Center for New Institutional Social Sciences. My research interests include family migration and proximity, women's labour force status, economic demography and related labour topics.

What's New

Check out my blog (with Ryan) on hockey and economics Hockey Night in Headingley.

Two weeks till the research semester (aka summer) begins!

Looking forward to the CEA Meetings in Toronto.

Current Research

I have a number of projects on my desk. One looks at the link between tipping and discrimination in the labour force. The second, joint with Lindsay Tedds, examines the effect of economic policy on the seasonality of births. I'm writing a paper with Breann Whitby on Migration and Military Wives and doing some work with Bob Pollak on Social Security and Couples' retirement decisions. I'll post working papers when available.

My CV is here

© 2015 Janice Compton
Top picture: Sunrise in Headingley, MB
Bottom pictures: Cape Breton Scene (by G. Yates). Sunset on the Mira River (by G. Yates)
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