Earning Disparities Among Linguistic Groups in Quebec, 1970-1980

Type of resource
Authors/collaborators
Title
Earning Disparities Among Linguistic Groups in Quebec, 1970-1980
Abstract
Using 1981 census data, the authors estimate the degree of earning disparities among linguistic groups in Quebec in 1980. They conclude that the earning differentials between anglophones and francophones were substantially reduced, if not eliminated, over the previous decade. The results suggest important changes in Quebec labour markets during the 1970s, and these can be ascribed to a combination of factors, including legislative intervention. The evidence also suggests that the major gains accrued to francophone males.
Publication
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques
Volume
Vol. 13
Issue
no. 1
Pages
97-104
Date
March 1987
Language
en
Citation
Shapiro, Daniel M., and Morton Stelcner. “Earning Disparities Among Linguistic Groups in Quebec, 1970-1980.” Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques Vol. 13, no. 1 (March 1987): 97–104.
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