Aboriginal lone-parent families, their socio-economic challenges and the impact on their children
Authors: Gustave Goldmann
Gustave Goldmann and Audrey Racine (2020).
Show me the money: The returns to education for Indigenous Canadians
Canadian Studies in Population
Gustave Goldmann (2016).
An estimate and description of the actual and potential population of Métis harvesters
Casey Warman, Arthur Sweetman, and Gustave Goldmann (2015).
The portability of new immigrants' human capital: language, education, and occupational skills
Canadian Public Policy , 64-79
Gustave Goldmann (2015).
Models to estimate the size of the potential population of Métis who may claim Aboriginal right to harvest
Gustave Goldmann, Arthur Sweetman, and Casey Warman (2011).
The portability of new immigrants' human capital: Language, education and occupational matching
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) Discussion Paper
Gustave Goldmann (2003).
The Research Data Centre Programme in Canada: A holistic approach to evidence-based research to inform public policy
International Social Science Journal , 407-415