During the month of July, I posted a working paper that was written by myself, Vadim Kufenko and Klaus Prettner on the role of demographic change in measuring income convergence across provinces in Canada. We argued that wide differences in household minimized differences in income per adult equivalent relative to differences in per capita income (at least until the 1990s). You can consult the paper here.
The paper was submitted to Economics Bulletin and it has been accepted for publication. It will be available online soon.
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