New Brunswick RDC (Memorial)
Memorial University's Research Data Centre (RDC) opened in the summer of 2013. Located in Room 3017C of the Queen Elizabeth II Library, the RDC provides researchers with access to Statistics Canada population and household survey microdata in a secure university setting.
- Newfoundland and Labrador
Phone: (709) 864-8270
Address:Queen Elizabeth II Library, Room 3017C Memorial University 234 Elizabeth Ave St John's, NL
Hours: Tuesday 9:00 – 5:00 Wednesday 9:00 – 4:30 Thursday 9:00 – 5:00
Megan Yu (2021).
Does Participating in Religious Activities Have a Long-Term Effect on the Emotional/Mental Health of Immigrants in Canada?
Canadian Studies in Population , 28-Jan
Tony Fang, Morley Gunderson, and Richard J. Long (2021).
Profit sharing and workplace productivity growth in Canada: Does teamwork play a role?
Relations industrielles / Industrial Relations , 90-114
Sherine Khattab (2021).
The gender wage gap and women’s labour mobility in Newfoundland and Labrador
Nelson Lau, Mary Jane Smith, Atanu Sarkara, and Zhiwei Gao (2020).
Effects of low exposure to traffic related air pollution on childhood asthma onset by age 10 years
David Speed, Caitlin Barry, and Ryan Cragun (2020).
With a little help from my (Canadian) friends: Health differences between minimal and maximal religiosity/spirituality are partially mediated by social support
Social Science and Medicine
Tony Fang, Byron Lee, Andrew R. Timming, and Di Fan (2019).
The effects of work-life benefits on employment outcomes in Canada: A multivariate analysis
Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations , 213-419
Tony Fang and Derek Messacar (2019).
Voluntary job separations and traditional versus flexible workplace saving plans: Evidence from Canada
Canadian Public Policy , 239-261
Danny Wadden, Leigh Anne Newhook, Laurie K. Twells, Jamie Farrell, and Zhiwei Gao (2018).
Sex-specific association between childhood BMI trajectories and asthma phenotypes
International Journal of Pediatrics , 10-Jan
Sinikka Okkola and Cédric Brunelle (2018).
The changing determinants of housing affordability in oil-booming agglomerations: a quantile regression investigation from Canada, 1991-2011
Housing Studies , 902-937
Adetola Ayoola Koleade, Jamie Farrell, Gerry J. Mugford, and Zhiwei Gao (2018).
Prevalence and risk factors of ACO (Asthma COPD Overlap) in Aboriginal People
Journal of Environmental and Public Health , 10-Jan