Ph.D. (Princeton, 1989), M.A. (Princeton, 1986), B.S. (Toronto, 1984)
Office: Max Gluskin House, 150 St. George Street, 177. Phone: 416-978-6130.
Personal website: http://homes.chass.utoronto.ca/~benjamin/index.htm
Research fields: Labour economics, Economic development, Econometrics, Applied econometrics
- Dwayne Benjamin, Loren Brandt, John Giles, "Did High Inequality Impede Growth in Rural China", Economic Journal 121 (557) (2012), 1281–1309.
- Dwayne Benjamin, Loren Brandt, John Giles, "The Evolution of Income Inequality in Rural China", Economic Development and Cultural Change 53 (4) (2005), 769–824.
- Dwayne Benjamin and Loren Brandt, "Property Rights, Labour Markets, and Efficiency in a Transition Economy: The Case of Rural China", Canadian Journal of Economics 35 (4) (2002), 689–716.
- Michael Baker and Dwayne Benjamin, "Early Retirement Provisions and the Labour Force Behaviour of Older Men: Evidence from Canada", Journal of Labor Economics 17 (4) (1999), 724–756.
- Michael Baker, Dwayne Benjamin, Shuchita Stanger, "The High and Lows of the Minimum Wage Effect: A Time Series-Cross Section Study of the Canadian Law", Journal of Labor Economics 17 (1999), 318–350.
Honors and awards
- John C. Polanyi Prize in Economic Science, 1992.
Courses taught 2018–2019
- ECO340H1S, section L0101 (St. George) • Labour Economics: The Distribution of Earnings • T10-12, F12