Postsecondary Student Persistence and Pathways: Evidence From the YITS-A in CanadaChilds, S.E., Finnie, R. & Martinello, F. Research in Higher Education. May 2017, Volume 58, Issue 3, pp 270–294.
Why Do So Many Children of Immigrants Attend University? Evidence for CanadaChilds, S., Finnie, R. & Mueller, R.E. Journal of International Migration and Integration. February 2017, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp 1–28.
Access to Post-Secondary Education: How does Québec Compare to the Rest of Canada?Ross Finnie and Richard E. Mueller. L’Actualité économique. August, 2016, online publication.
Assessing the importance of cultural capital on post-secondary education attendance in CanadaStephen Childs, Ross Finnie, and Richard E. Mueller. Journal of Further and Higher Education. August 11, 2016, online publication.
Access and Barriers to Postsecondary Education: Evidence from the Youth in Transition SurveyRoss Finnie, Richard E. Mueller, Andrew Wismer. Canadian Journal of Higher Education. 2015, Volume 45, No 2, pp 229–262.
The Cultural Determinants of Access to Post-secondary Education by First Generation Households: An Analysis Using the Youth in Transition SurveyStephen Childs, Ross Finnie, and Richard E. Mueller. May 2015.
The Role of University Characteristics in Determining Post-Graduation Outcomes: Panel Evidence from Three Canadian CohortsJulian Betts, Christopher Ferrall, and Ross Finnie. Canadian Public Policy. May 2013, Volume 39, No 1, pp 81–106.
Does culture affect post-secondary education choices?Ross Finnie. Higher Education and Management Policy (OECD). 2012, Volume 24, No 3, pp 57–85.
Access to post-secondary education: The importance of cultureRoss Finnie. Children and Youth Services Review. June 2012, Volume 34, No 6, pp 1161–1170.