Gordon Wilkinson

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for their helpful comments and suggestions in earlier drafts of this paper. The author also appreciates the assistance of Stephen Roller of Statistics Canada and the expert programming advice and support of Sylvain Plante. Abstract This paper uses a rich set of microeconomic labour market data—the 1988–90 Labour Market Activity Survey published by(More)
SUMMARY Racial/ethnic differences were observed in age at peak bone density and their correlates, with whites peaking at least 5 years earlier at the femoral neck than black and Hispanic women. Race-specific standards generated in this study could be useful when interpreting bone densitometry data in young women. INTRODUCTION The influence of(More)
for their helpful comments and suggestions in earlier drafts of this paper. The author also appreciates the assistance of Stephen Roller of Statistics Canada and the expert programming advice and support of Sylvain Plante. Abstract This paper uses a rich set of microeconomic labour market data—the 1988–90 Labour Market Activity Survey published by(More)
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