(1993), (jointly with Thomas H. McCurdy) "Sources of Employment Growth by Occupation and Industry in Canada: A Comparison of Structural Changes in the 1960's and 1970's", Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, (48:2), pp. 285-304.

This paper uses Canadian input-output and census data from 1961, 1971 and 1981 to decompose employment changes during each decade into nine sources. The goals are to identify: the main sources of growth in aggregate employment; factors which facilitated the more rapid rate of growth of employment in the 1970s; and some reasons for intersectoral shifts of employment and changes in the occupational composition of employment. We pay particular attention to the changing importance of the 'information economy'.