Lidia Panico

Researcher
lidia.panico@ined.fr Researcher website

Research field(s)

My research interests focus on describing and explaining socio-economic inequalities in well being, with a focus on child outcomes and family processes. In particular, my research makes use of longitudinal methods and data, notably birth cohorts from the UK and France.

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Some publications

Reinhard, E., Layte, R., McCrory, C., Panico, L., Avendano, M. (2018) The Great Recession and the Health of Young Children: A Fixed Effects Analysis in Ireland, American Journal of Epidemiology. doi.org/10.1093/aje/kwy001

Avendano M, Panico L. (2018) Do flexible work policies improve parent’s health? A natural experiment based on the UK Millennium Cohort Study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 72:244-251. doi: 10.1136/jech-2017-209847

Francou, Q., Panico, L. & Solaz, A. (2017). De la naissance à l’école maternelle : des parcours de mode d’accueil diversifiés (From birth to kindergarten: different trajectories of childcare arrangements). Revue française des affaires sociales, n.2, 123-147.

Panico L, Stuart B, Bartley M, Kelly Y (2014) Asthma Trajectories in Early Childhood: Identifying Modifiable Factors. PLoS ONE 9(11): e111922.

Panico, L, Becares, L., and Webb, E. (2014) Exploring household dynamics: the reciprocal effects of parents and child’s characteristics. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 5(1): 42-55.

Panico, L and Nazroo, JY (2011). The social and economic circumstances of mixed ethnicity children in the UK: Findings from the Millennium Cohort Study. Ethnic and Racial Studies 34(9): 1421-1444.

Panico, L., Bartley, M., Kelly, Y; McMunn, A; Sacker, A (2010) Changes in family structure in early childhood. Population Trends 142: 78-92.