Publicaciones

Aging in different welfare contexts: A comparative perspective on later-life employment and health. (Aceptado) The Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences (ISI).

To what extent does the reproductive years influence the configuration of women’s working lives? (Aceptado) Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (ISI).

The gendered ageing context in Chile (En Prensa). En A. Ní Léime, J. Ogg, D. Street, I. Madero-Cabib,C. Krekula, M. Rasticova, & M. Bediova (Eds.), “Extended Working Life Policies. International Gender and Health Perspective”. The Netherlands: Springer.

From snapshots to movies: The association between retirement sequences and aging trajectories in limitations to perform activities of daily living. (2019) Journal of Aging and Health, 31(2), 293-321(ISI).

Heartbreaking careers in old age: Retirement sequences as a non-traditional risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. (2018). Circulation, 137 (Suppl 1), A020-A020. (ISI).

Retirement sequences of older americans: Moderately de-standardized and highly stratified across gender, class, and rac (2018) The Gerontologist, 55(6),1166–1176(ISI).

Gendered late careers in the United States and the United Kingdom: A sequence analysis. (2017) Innovation in Aging, 1, suppl_1, 678-679. (Oxford Journal).

Understanding the relationship between working experience and pensions in Chile (2018). En: R. Kornfeld y C-L. Belloni (Eds.), Human Rights of older persons & non-discrimination(pp. 107-110). Santiago: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile y The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights(OHCHR). ISBN: 978-956-14-2242-1.

Lineamientos para una política de inclusión laboral. (2018).  En: M-S. Herrera, R. Kornfeld y C-L. Belloni (Eds.), Trabajo y personas mayores en Chile: Lineamientos para una política de inclusión laboral. Estudio Nacional en personas entre 55 y 74 años (pp. 71-80). Santiago: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. ISBN: 978-956-14-2205-6.

Gender and health impacts of policies extending working life in western countries. Country framing report: Chile.  (2017). European Commission-COST Action IS1409. 

Capital social e inclusión laboral. Una aproximación a las trayectorias de ascendencia laboral de migrantes peruanos en Chile. (2011) Polis Revista Latinoamericana,10(29), 147-163. (SCIELO).

Can Small Incentives Have Large Payoffs? Health Impacts of a Cash Transfer Program in Bolivia (Forthcoming) Economic Development and Cultural Change

Long Run Effects of Temporary Incentives on Medical Care Productivity (Forthcoming) American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.

A Convenient Omitted Variable Bias Formula for Treatment Effect Models (2019) Economics Letters 174: 84–88.

Practical Considerations for Questionable IVs (2018) Stata Journal 18(3):663–691

How Accurate is Our Misinformation?: A Randomized Comparison of Four Survey Interview Methods to Measure Risk Behavior among Young Adults in the Dominican Republic (2016) Development Engineering,

Del Hospital a la Familia: Una Transición de Cuidado (Forthcoming) En Creciendo con mi Hijo prematuro: Guía para Padres, D’Apremont, Ivonne & Wormald, Francisca (Eds). Editorial Mediterráneo.

The Demand for Season of Birth (Aceptado) Journal of Applied Econometrics

Twin Birth and Maternal Condition (Aceptado) The Review of Economics and Statistics

Children and Their Parents: A Review of Fertility and Causality (2018) Journal of Economic Surveys 32(2): 518–540

Availability and Integration of Palliative Care at US Cancer Centers (2018).  En: Hui D, Reddy A, Bruera E, eds. 50 Studies Every Palliative Care Doctor Should Know (pp. 37-42). 1st edition. New York, New York, USA. Oxford University Press.

Child stunting is associated with weaker human capital among native Amazonians in Bolivia. (2018).  American Journal of Human Biology, 30(1): e23059.

Birth seasons and heights among girls and boys below 12 years of age: Lasting effects and catch-up growth among native Amazonians in Bolivia. (2018). Annals of Human Biology, 45(4): 299-313.

Gender and health impacts of policies extending working life in western countries. Country framing report: Chile.  (2017). European Commission-COST Action IS1409. 

Beyond the second demographic transition: cohabitation in Chile (en prensa). Journal of Comparative Family Studies

Technocracy and Strategic Maternalism: Housing Policies, 1990–2014 (en prensa) En Ramm, A. y Gideon, J. (eds). "Motherhood, Social Policies and Women’s Activism in Latin America". Palgrave Macmillan

Latin America: A Fertile Ground for Maternalism (en prensa) En Ramm, A. y Gideon, J. (eds). "Motherhood, Social Policies and Women’s Activism in Latin America". Palgrave Macmillan

Evaluación interdisciplinaria de la situación familiar y el neurodesarrollo de prematuros en seguimiento (Forthcoming). Ars Medica, 43 (2): 64-70.

Hacia la medición del riesgo de disolución del matrimonio en Chile (2018). Estudios Demográficos y Urbanos, 33 (3): 769-798

Conditional cash transfers for primary education. Which children are left out? (2018). World Development, 105:1-1

Birth seasons and heights among girls and boys below 12 years of age: Lasting effects and catch-up growth among native Amazonians in Bolivia. (2018). Annals of Human Biology, 45(4): 299-313.

Counteracting Victimization in Unequal Educational Contexts: Latin American Migrants’ Friendship Dynamics in Chilean Schools (2019) Equity & Excellence in Education

Getting there and staying in: First-generation Indigenous students’ educational pathways into Chilean higher education (Aceptado) International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 

Re-Signifying and Negotiating Indigenous Identity in university spaces: A Qualitative Study from Chile (2019) Studies in Higher Education.

Educational achievement of indigenous students in Chile: School composition and peer effects (2018) Comparative Education Review, 62(2): 231-273 

Conditional cash transfers for primary education. Which children are left out? (2018). World Development, 105:1-1

Child stunting is associated with weaker human capital among native Amazonians in Bolivia. (2018).  American Journal of Human Biology, 30(1): e23059.

Gendered late careers in the United States and the United Kingdom: A sequence analysis. (2017) Innovation in Aging, 1, suppl_1, 678-679. (Oxford Journal).

Persistence in the Transmission of Education: Evidence Across Three Generations for Chile (2015) Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, Vol. 16, Issue 3, pp. 420-451