Gordon Cleveland
Professeur
Unité : University of Toronto at Scarborough - Department of Management
Local : IC 282

DOMAINES D’EXPERTISES

  • Analyse économique de l’éducation à la petite enfance
  • Effets des services de garde de qualité sur le développement des enfants et l’emploi des parents
  • Les déterminants des coûts, de la qualité et de la rémunération
  • Les services de garde à but non lucratif et leur coût et qualité
  • L’imposition des familles et le crédit d’impôt pour la garde des enfants
  • Les coûts/bénéfices de l’éducation à la petite enfance

AFFILIATIONS EXTERNES PRINCIPALES

COURS

  • ECMA04 Introductory Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
  • ECMC02 Topics in Price Theory
  • ECMC54 Economics of the Family, Women and Work

THESIS 

  • The Choice of Child Care Arrangements by Employed Mothers: Canadian Evidence and Policy Rationale.  October, 1990. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Toronto.

ARTICLES EN PRÉPARATION

  • “Assessing the Affordability of Regulated Child Care in Canada” Working Paper with Michael Krashinsky and Barry Forer.
  • “The Unintended Consequences of Increased Availability of Full-Day Kindergarten” with Beth Dhuey
  • “The Determinants of Child Care Quality in Quebec: How Specification Matters” With Nathalie Bigras

ARTICLES SCIENTIFIQUES 

2017

2016

2013

2012

2009

2008

2003

2002

2001

  • Cleveland, G. (2001). Book Review: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis: Methods and Applications 2nd edition. Henry M. Levin and Patrick JCanadian Journal of Nursing Research, 33(1), 117-121.

1998

  • Cleveland, G. et Hyatt, E. (1998). Subsidizing Child Care for Low-Income Families: A Good Bargain for Canadian Governments. IRPP Choices, 35 pages.

1996

1993

ACTES DE COLLOQUE

2018

  • Cleveland, G. (2018). What is the Role of Early Childhood Education and Care in an Equality Agenda? Dans R. Brym (dir.), Income Inequality and the Future of Canadian Society : Proceedings of the First S.D. Clark Symposium on the Future of Canadian Society. Oakvill, ON : Rock’ Mills press.

1993

  • Cleveland, G. (1993). Economics and Child Care Policy. Dans I. Kyle, M. Friendly et L. Schmidt (dir.), Proceedings from the Child Care Policy Research Symposium entitled Child Care Policy: What Can Research Tell Us? (p. 17-36). Toronto, ON : Child Care Resource and Research Unit, Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto.
  • Cleveland, G. et Hyatt, D. E. (1993). Child Care Choice for Preschool Children of Employed Mothers in Ontario, Quebec and Alberta in 1988: Comparison of Results From Three Provincial Logit Models With Predicted Prices. Dans Proceedings of the 29e Conference of the Canadian Industrial Relations Association, (p. 355-366).
  • Cleveland, G. et Hyatt, D. E. (1993). The Effect of the Price on the Choice of Child Care Arrangements. Dans I. Kyle, M. Friendly et L. Schmidt (dir.), Proceedings from the Child Care Policy Research Symposium entitled Child Care Policy: What Can Research Tell Us? (p. 90-99). Toronto, ON : Child Care Resource and Research Unit, Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto.

CHAPITRES DE LIVRES ET MONOGRAPHIES

2016

  • Cleveland, G. (2016). Econometrics and the Study of Early Childhood: A Guide for Consumers. Dans A. Farrell et K. Tisdall (dir.), Handbook of Early Childhood Research, (p. 305-323). Thousand Oaks, CA : SAGE.

2012

2011

  • Cleveland, G. et Krashinsky, M. (2001). What Special Arrangements Are Necessary For Lone Parent Families in a Universal Child Care Program? Dans Cleveland, G. et Krashinsky, M. (dir.), Our Children’s Future: Child Care Policy in Canada (p. 315-333). Toronto, ON : University of Toronto Press.

2010

2008

  • Cleveland, G. (2008). Benefices et Coûts des Centres de la Petite Enfance du Quebec. Dans N. Bigras and G. Cantin (dir.),  Les services de garde éducatifs à la petite enfance du Québec. Recherches, réflexions et pratiques (p.27-40). Ste-Foy, QC : Presses de l’Université du Québec.

2006

  • Cleveland, G. (2006). Knowledge, Policy and Research About Early Learning and Child Care. Social Development Canada.  Notes: This paper reviews and assesses the literature on child care and child development, and makes recommendations for future research priorities and methods. 49 pages, single spaced.
  • Cleveland, G., Corter, C., Pelletier, J., Cooley, S., Bertrand, J. et Jamieson, J. (2006). A Review of the State of the field of Early Childhood Learning and Development in Child Care, Kindergarten and Family Support Programs. Atkinson Centre for Society and Child  Development,  the Institute for Child Study, and the Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology at the University of Toronto, 120 pages.

2003

2001

1998

1996

RAPPORTS DE RECHERCHE OU TECHNIQUES

2021

2018

2016

2015

2010

  • Cleveland, G. (2010). Early Childhood Education and Care Data in Canada. Paper written for Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

2007

2004

2003

2000

  • Cleveland, G., Lero, D. et Friendly, M. (2000). Early Childhood Care and Education: An Agenda for Data Collection: Preliminary Report for Public Discussion, 46 pages.

1999

  • Cleveland, G. et Krashinsky, M. (1999). Tax Fairness for One-Earner and Two-Earner Families: An Examination of the Issues. Published by Canadian Policy Research Networks as CPRN Discussion Paper no. F07.  Part of the Best Policy Mix for Children Research Series, 17 pages.

1998

1997

  • Cleveland, G. (1997). Subsidies to Consumers or Subsidies to Providers: How Should Governments Provide Child Care Assistance? Research Paper R-97-7E, Applied Research Branch Research Paper Series, Human Resources Development Canada, 32 pages.  Also published in French as Research Paper R-97-7F  Subventions à la consommation ou subventions à la production: comment les gouvernements doivent-ils dispenser l’aide à la garde d’enfants?
  • Cleveland, G. et Hyatt, D. (1997). Using the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth to Study the Effects of Child Care on Child Development. T-97-6E, an Applied Research Branch Technical Paper, 37 pages.

1994

1992

1991

1988

  • Cleveland, G. (1988). Is The New Federal Child Care Policy a Good Deal For Canadian Families? A Report To The National Council on Welfare.
  • Cleveland, G. (1988). A Guide To Design of An Income Test For Day Care Subsidy. A Report To The Child Care Branch, Ministry of Community and Social Services, Government of Ontario.

1987

  • Cleveland, G. (1987). Provincial Day Care Subsidy Systems in Canada, 1987. Background study for the Special Parliamentary Committee on Child Care.

MÉDIAS

2019

2018

2006

2005

2004

2000

  • Cleveland, G. et Krashinsky, M. (2000). Tax Cuts are Not Good for Children. Toronto Star. 17 novembre

1998

  • Cleveland, G. (1998). Why More Generous Child Care Subsidies Make Good Economic Sense. Ottawa Citizen

1997

  • Cleveland, G. et Hyatt, D. (1997). Assessing Federal Child Care Policy: Does the Arrow Reach Its Target? Policy Options, 18(1), 20-24, Institute for Research on Public Policy.
  • Cleveland, G. et Krashinsky, M. (1997). Rethinking the Rationales for Public Funding of Child Care. Policy Options, 18(1), 16-19, Institute for Research on Public Policy.

2018

  • Cleveland. G. (2018, septembre). Analyse des propositions des principaux partis politiques au regard de la petite enfance dans le cadre de la campagne électorale québécoise (en anglais). Communication présentée à la soirée conférence L’éducation à la petite enfance s’invite dans la campagne électorale de l’Équipe de recherche Qualité des contextes éducatifs de la petite enfance.
  • Chow, O. Cleveland, G., Macdonald, L. et Richardson, B. (2018, mai).  Paneliste au Critical Issues in childare Policy: Why do they Matter?, Toronto, Canada.

2017

  • Cleveland, G. (2017, mai). Les analyses de types descriptives et causales sur les données de grandes enquêtes. Panel : La face cachée de la recherche : État des lieux, au 85e Congrès de l’ACFAS, Université McGill, Montréal, Canada.

2015

  • Cloney, D., Cleveland, G., Hattie, J. et Tayler, C. P. (2015, avril). The availability and quality of early childhood education and care (ECEC) programs in low socioeconomic status (SES) areas. Communication présentée au American Educational Research Association Annual Conference.
  • Cleveland, G. (2015). What is the Role of Early Childhood Education and Care in an Equality Agenda? Communication au First S.D. Clark Symposium on the Future of Canadian Society.

2014

  • Cloney, D., Cleveland, G., Hattie, J. et Tayler, C. P. (2014, décembre). Variations in the availability and quality of early childhood education and care by socioeconomic status. Communication présentée au International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE).

2011

  • Bigras, N. et Cleveland, G. (2011, mai). Les déterminants de la qualité dans les services de garde en installation au Québec. Communication présentée au 79e Congrès de l’ACFAS, Sherbrooke, Canada.

2008

  • Cleveland, G. et Bigras, N. (2008, mai). The determinants of child care quality in Quebec. Communication présentée au Canadian economics association annual conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Friendly, M., White, L. et Cleveland, G. (2008, avril). Paneliste au The consequences of corporatization and marketization of child care. It’s not as easy as ABC, The Atkinson Centre for Society and Child Development, Toronto, Canada.
  • Cleveland, G. (2008, mars). Childcare quality in the mixed economy of childcare: an economist’s view. Communication présentée au International Centre for the study of Mixed Economy of Childcare, University of East-London, Angleterre.

2004

  • Cleveland, G. et Krashinski, M. (2004). Le financement des services de garde et d’éducation des jeunes enfants au Canada. Communication présentée à la Conférence nationale du CCDS sur les services de garde au Canada, Winnipeg, Canada.
  • Cleveland, G. et Japel, C. ( ). Child care services and pre-school education. Communication présentée à la Roundtable: Assessing family policy in Canada, Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP), Toronto, Canada.

2019

2018

2017

2008

2007

2004

Unité : University of Toronto at Scarborough - Department of Management
Local : IC 282

Domaines d'expertises

DOMAINES D’EXPERTISES

  • Analyse économique de l’éducation à la petite enfance
  • Effets des services de garde de qualité sur le développement des enfants et l’emploi des parents
  • Les déterminants des coûts, de la qualité et de la rémunération
  • Les services de garde à but non lucratif et leur coût et qualité
  • L’imposition des familles et le crédit d’impôt pour la garde des enfants
  • Les coûts/bénéfices de l’éducation à la petite enfance

AFFILIATIONS EXTERNES PRINCIPALES

COURS

  • ECMA04 Introductory Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
  • ECMC02 Topics in Price Theory
  • ECMC54 Economics of the Family, Women and Work

THESIS 

  • The Choice of Child Care Arrangements by Employed Mothers: Canadian Evidence and Policy Rationale.  October, 1990. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Toronto.

ARTICLES EN PRÉPARATION

  • “Assessing the Affordability of Regulated Child Care in Canada” Working Paper with Michael Krashinsky and Barry Forer.
  • “The Unintended Consequences of Increased Availability of Full-Day Kindergarten” with Beth Dhuey
  • “The Determinants of Child Care Quality in Quebec: How Specification Matters” With Nathalie Bigras

ARTICLES SCIENTIFIQUES 

2017

2016

2013

2012

2009

2008

2003

2002

2001

  • Cleveland, G. (2001). Book Review: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis: Methods and Applications 2nd edition. Henry M. Levin and Patrick JCanadian Journal of Nursing Research, 33(1), 117-121.

1998

  • Cleveland, G. et Hyatt, E. (1998). Subsidizing Child Care for Low-Income Families: A Good Bargain for Canadian Governments. IRPP Choices, 35 pages.

1996

1993

ACTES DE COLLOQUE

2018

  • Cleveland, G. (2018). What is the Role of Early Childhood Education and Care in an Equality Agenda? Dans R. Brym (dir.), Income Inequality and the Future of Canadian Society : Proceedings of the First S.D. Clark Symposium on the Future of Canadian Society. Oakvill, ON : Rock’ Mills press.

1993

  • Cleveland, G. (1993). Economics and Child Care Policy. Dans I. Kyle, M. Friendly et L. Schmidt (dir.), Proceedings from the Child Care Policy Research Symposium entitled Child Care Policy: What Can Research Tell Us? (p. 17-36). Toronto, ON : Child Care Resource and Research Unit, Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto.
  • Cleveland, G. et Hyatt, D. E. (1993). Child Care Choice for Preschool Children of Employed Mothers in Ontario, Quebec and Alberta in 1988: Comparison of Results From Three Provincial Logit Models With Predicted Prices. Dans Proceedings of the 29e Conference of the Canadian Industrial Relations Association, (p. 355-366).
  • Cleveland, G. et Hyatt, D. E. (1993). The Effect of the Price on the Choice of Child Care Arrangements. Dans I. Kyle, M. Friendly et L. Schmidt (dir.), Proceedings from the Child Care Policy Research Symposium entitled Child Care Policy: What Can Research Tell Us? (p. 90-99). Toronto, ON : Child Care Resource and Research Unit, Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto.

CHAPITRES DE LIVRES ET MONOGRAPHIES

2016

  • Cleveland, G. (2016). Econometrics and the Study of Early Childhood: A Guide for Consumers. Dans A. Farrell et K. Tisdall (dir.), Handbook of Early Childhood Research, (p. 305-323). Thousand Oaks, CA : SAGE.

2012

2011

  • Cleveland, G. et Krashinsky, M. (2001). What Special Arrangements Are Necessary For Lone Parent Families in a Universal Child Care Program? Dans Cleveland, G. et Krashinsky, M. (dir.), Our Children’s Future: Child Care Policy in Canada (p. 315-333). Toronto, ON : University of Toronto Press.

2010

2008

  • Cleveland, G. (2008). Benefices et Coûts des Centres de la Petite Enfance du Quebec. Dans N. Bigras and G. Cantin (dir.),  Les services de garde éducatifs à la petite enfance du Québec. Recherches, réflexions et pratiques (p.27-40). Ste-Foy, QC : Presses de l’Université du Québec.

2006

  • Cleveland, G. (2006). Knowledge, Policy and Research About Early Learning and Child Care. Social Development Canada.  Notes: This paper reviews and assesses the literature on child care and child development, and makes recommendations for future research priorities and methods. 49 pages, single spaced.
  • Cleveland, G., Corter, C., Pelletier, J., Cooley, S., Bertrand, J. et Jamieson, J. (2006). A Review of the State of the field of Early Childhood Learning and Development in Child Care, Kindergarten and Family Support Programs. Atkinson Centre for Society and Child  Development,  the Institute for Child Study, and the Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology at the University of Toronto, 120 pages.

2003

2001

1998

1996

RAPPORTS DE RECHERCHE OU TECHNIQUES

2021

2018

2016

2015

2010

  • Cleveland, G. (2010). Early Childhood Education and Care Data in Canada. Paper written for Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

2007

2004

2003

2000

  • Cleveland, G., Lero, D. et Friendly, M. (2000). Early Childhood Care and Education: An Agenda for Data Collection: Preliminary Report for Public Discussion, 46 pages.

1999

  • Cleveland, G. et Krashinsky, M. (1999). Tax Fairness for One-Earner and Two-Earner Families: An Examination of the Issues. Published by Canadian Policy Research Networks as CPRN Discussion Paper no. F07.  Part of the Best Policy Mix for Children Research Series, 17 pages.

1998

1997

  • Cleveland, G. (1997). Subsidies to Consumers or Subsidies to Providers: How Should Governments Provide Child Care Assistance? Research Paper R-97-7E, Applied Research Branch Research Paper Series, Human Resources Development Canada, 32 pages.  Also published in French as Research Paper R-97-7F  Subventions à la consommation ou subventions à la production: comment les gouvernements doivent-ils dispenser l’aide à la garde d’enfants?
  • Cleveland, G. et Hyatt, D. (1997). Using the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth to Study the Effects of Child Care on Child Development. T-97-6E, an Applied Research Branch Technical Paper, 37 pages.

1994

1992

1991

1988

  • Cleveland, G. (1988). Is The New Federal Child Care Policy a Good Deal For Canadian Families? A Report To The National Council on Welfare.
  • Cleveland, G. (1988). A Guide To Design of An Income Test For Day Care Subsidy. A Report To The Child Care Branch, Ministry of Community and Social Services, Government of Ontario.

1987

  • Cleveland, G. (1987). Provincial Day Care Subsidy Systems in Canada, 1987. Background study for the Special Parliamentary Committee on Child Care.

MÉDIAS

2019

2018

2006

2005

2004

2000

  • Cleveland, G. et Krashinsky, M. (2000). Tax Cuts are Not Good for Children. Toronto Star. 17 novembre

1998

  • Cleveland, G. (1998). Why More Generous Child Care Subsidies Make Good Economic Sense. Ottawa Citizen

1997

  • Cleveland, G. et Hyatt, D. (1997). Assessing Federal Child Care Policy: Does the Arrow Reach Its Target? Policy Options, 18(1), 20-24, Institute for Research on Public Policy.
  • Cleveland, G. et Krashinsky, M. (1997). Rethinking the Rationales for Public Funding of Child Care. Policy Options, 18(1), 16-19, Institute for Research on Public Policy.

2018

  • Cleveland. G. (2018, septembre). Analyse des propositions des principaux partis politiques au regard de la petite enfance dans le cadre de la campagne électorale québécoise (en anglais). Communication présentée à la soirée conférence L’éducation à la petite enfance s’invite dans la campagne électorale de l’Équipe de recherche Qualité des contextes éducatifs de la petite enfance.
  • Chow, O. Cleveland, G., Macdonald, L. et Richardson, B. (2018, mai).  Paneliste au Critical Issues in childare Policy: Why do they Matter?, Toronto, Canada.

2017

  • Cleveland, G. (2017, mai). Les analyses de types descriptives et causales sur les données de grandes enquêtes. Panel : La face cachée de la recherche : État des lieux, au 85e Congrès de l’ACFAS, Université McGill, Montréal, Canada.

2015

  • Cloney, D., Cleveland, G., Hattie, J. et Tayler, C. P. (2015, avril). The availability and quality of early childhood education and care (ECEC) programs in low socioeconomic status (SES) areas. Communication présentée au American Educational Research Association Annual Conference.
  • Cleveland, G. (2015). What is the Role of Early Childhood Education and Care in an Equality Agenda? Communication au First S.D. Clark Symposium on the Future of Canadian Society.

2014

  • Cloney, D., Cleveland, G., Hattie, J. et Tayler, C. P. (2014, décembre). Variations in the availability and quality of early childhood education and care by socioeconomic status. Communication présentée au International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE).

2011

  • Bigras, N. et Cleveland, G. (2011, mai). Les déterminants de la qualité dans les services de garde en installation au Québec. Communication présentée au 79e Congrès de l’ACFAS, Sherbrooke, Canada.

2008

  • Cleveland, G. et Bigras, N. (2008, mai). The determinants of child care quality in Quebec. Communication présentée au Canadian economics association annual conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Friendly, M., White, L. et Cleveland, G. (2008, avril). Paneliste au The consequences of corporatization and marketization of child care. It’s not as easy as ABC, The Atkinson Centre for Society and Child Development, Toronto, Canada.
  • Cleveland, G. (2008, mars). Childcare quality in the mixed economy of childcare: an economist’s view. Communication présentée au International Centre for the study of Mixed Economy of Childcare, University of East-London, Angleterre.

2004

  • Cleveland, G. et Krashinski, M. (2004). Le financement des services de garde et d’éducation des jeunes enfants au Canada. Communication présentée à la Conférence nationale du CCDS sur les services de garde au Canada, Winnipeg, Canada.
  • Cleveland, G. et Japel, C. ( ). Child care services and pre-school education. Communication présentée à la Roundtable: Assessing family policy in Canada, Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP), Toronto, Canada.

2019

2018

2017

2008

2007

2004