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Almudena Sevilla
Almudena Sevilla
Professor of Economics and Public Policy, LSE
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Baby steps: The gender division of childcare during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Sevilla, S Smith
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 36 (Supplement_1), S169-S186, 2020
6192020
New evidence on breastfeeding and postpartum depression: the importance of understanding women’s intentions
C Borra, M Iacovou, A Sevilla
Maternal and child health journal 19, 897-907, 2015
4402015
Inequalities in children's experiences of home learning during the COVID‐19 lockdown in England
A Andrew, S Cattan, M Costa Dias, C Farquharson, L Kraftman, ...
Fiscal studies 41 (3), 653-683, 2020
3972020
Learning during the lockdown: real-time data on children’s experiences during home learning
A Sevilla, A Phimister, S Krutikova, L Kraftman, C Farquharson, MC Dias, ...
3662020
How are mothers and fathers balancing work and family under lockdown?
A Sevilla, A Phimister, S Krutikova, L Kraftman, C Farquharson, MC Dias, ...
3502020
Trends in time allocation: A cross-country analysis
JI Gimenez-Nadal, A Sevilla
European Economic Review 56 (6), 1338-1359, 2012
3442012
The math gender gap: The role of culture
N Nollenberger, N Rodríguez-Planas, A Sevilla
American Economic Review 106 (5), 257-261, 2016
3092016
Gender roles and the division of unpaid work in Spanish households
A Sevilla-Sanz, JI Gimenez-Nadal, C Fernández
Feminist Economics 16 (4), 137-184, 2010
2242010
The gendered division of paid and domestic work under lockdown
A Andrew, S Cattan, M Costa Dias, C Farquharson, L Kraftman, ...
Fiscal Studies 43 (4), 325-340, 2022
1852022
Sharing of resources within the family and the economics of household decision making
S Himmelweit, C Santos, A Sevilla, C Sofer
Journal of Marriage and Family 75 (3), 625-639, 2013
1662013
Does culture affect divorce? Evidence from European immigrants in the United States
D Furtado, M Marcén, A Sevilla
Demography 50 (3), 1013-1038, 2013
1502013
The fertility and women's labor force participation puzzle in OECD countries: the role of men's home production
J De Laat, A Sevilla-Sanz
Feminist Economics 17 (2), 87-119, 2011
1352011
The time-crunch paradox
JI Gimenez-Nadal, A Sevilla-Sanz
Social indicators research 102, 181-196, 2011
1312011
Leisure inequality in the United States: 1965–2003
A Sevilla, JI Gimenez-Nadal, J Gershuny
Demography 49 (3), 939-964, 2012
1192012
Does housework lower wages? Evidence for Britain
ML Bryan, A Sevilla-Sanz
Oxford Economic Papers 63 (1), 187-210, 2011
1192011
Household division of labor and cross-country differences in household formation rates
A Sevilla-Sanz
Journal of Population Economics 23, 225-249, 2010
1182010
Immigration enforcement and economic resources of children with likely unauthorized parents
C Amuedo-Dorantes, E Arenas-Arroyo, A Sevilla
Journal of Public Economics 158, 63-78, 2018
1062018
The effect of breastfeeding on children's cognitive and noncognitive development
C Borra, M Iacovou, A Sevilla
Labour Economics 19 (4), 496-515, 2012
972012
Family time use and home learning during the COVID-19 lockdown
A Andrew, S Cattan, MC Dias, C Farquharson, L Kraftman, S Krutikova, ...
IFS Report, 2020
722020
Working women, men's home time and lowest-low fertility
J De Laat, A Sevilla-Sanz
ISER Working Paper Series, 2006
722006
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