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“Dans la vie, y’a pas de grands, y’a pas de petits.
La bonne longueur pour les jambes, c’est quand les pieds touchent par terre.” Coluche.

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Waterloo
and the Academic Director of the SouthWestern Ontario Research Data Center (SWORDC).

My main area of research is Labour Economics and I teach graduate courses in Applied Econometrics and undergraduate courses in Labour Economics and Gender Economics. Contact details are in my VITAE.

Research

Peer-Reviewed Articles, Reports, Working Papers

Worker Mobility and Workplace Organization

Stéphanie Lluis, 2005, Comparative Advantage and Learning in Wage Dynamics and Intrafirm Mobility: Evidence from Germany, Journal of Labor Economics, vol 23 (5), pp. 725-767.

Ana Ferrer and Stéphanie Lluis, 2008, Should Workers Care about Firm Size?, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, vol 62, no 1, pp. 104-125.

Stéphanie Lluis, 2009, Wage Structure by Firm Size: Evidence from Canada and the US, LABOUR: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, vol 23(2), pp. 283-317.

Ben-Ner, Avner and Stéphanie Lluis, 2011, Learning: What and How? An Empirical Study of Adjustments in Organizational Structure, Industrial Relations, vol 50(1), pp 76-108.

Ben-Ner, Avner, Fanmin Kong, and Stéphanie Lluis, 2012, Uncertainty, Task Environment, and Organization Design: An Empirical Investigation, _Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization_, vol 82(1), pp. 281-313.

Stéphanie Lluis and Jean Abraham, 2013, Fringe Benefits Compensating Differentials and Worker Selection: Evidence from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 1997-2006, Industrial Relations, vol 52(2), pp 541-581.

Langinier, Corinne and Stéphanie Lluis, 2021, Departure and Promotion of U.S. Patent Examiners: Do Patent Characteristics Matter?, Contemporary Economic Policy, Vol. 39, No. 2, 416–434.

Employment Insurance

Stéphanie Lluis and Brian McCall, 2019, Employment and Job Search Implications of the Extended Weeks and Working while on Claim Pilot Initiatives, Canadian Public Policy, vol 45(2):1-44

Stéphanie Lluis, 2020, Lessons from Employment Insurance for the CERB, in special volume Climbing Out of COVID, edited by Grant Bishop, Benjamin Dachis, Jeremy Kronick, Parisa Mahboubi, and Rosalie Wyonch, Policy Study 48, C.D. Howe Institute.

Stéphanie Lluis, 2020, Regional Differences in Job Growth Shows Ottawa Must Think Regionally in special volume Climbing Out of COVID, edited by Grant Bishop, Benjamin Dachis, Jeremy Kronick, Parisa Mahboubi, and Rosalie Wyonch, Policy Study 48, C.D. Howe Institute.

Stéphanie Lluis, 2020,Consequences of the High EI Benefits Floor, Parts I & II in special volume Climbing Out of COVID, edited by Grant Bishop, Benjamin Dachis, Jeremy Kronick, Parisa Mahboubi, and Rosalie Wyonch, Policy Study 48, C.D. Howe Institute.

Colin Busby, Stéphanie Lluis and Brian McCall, 2021,Transitioning Back to Work: How to Improve EI WorkingWhile-on-Claim Provisions, IRPP Study 85. Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy.

Female Labour Supply

Stéphanie Lluis and Yazhuo Pan, 2020, Marital Property Laws and Women’s Labour Supply, Canadian Public Policy, vol 46(3): 340-368

Stéphanie Lluis and Brian McCall, 2018, Spousal Labour Supply Adjustments, Updated version coming soon.

Work in Progress

“Employment Insurance Changes and Job Quality”, with Brian McCall and Yu Chen
“Family-Friendly Policies and Absenteeism”, with Catherine Haeck
“Measuring the Value and Quality of Jobs”, with Matt Doyle
“Employment Insurance and Firm Employment Decisions”, with Brian McCall and Benoit Dostie

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