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COVID-19 and heterogeneous vulnerabilities in the Peruvian labor market: implications for social inequalities and for gender gaps
Using quarterly data from the 2020 Peruvian National Household Survey (ENAHO), this paper estimates the diferentiated impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on a set of labor market indicators, such as labor participation, ...
History matters, but differently: Persisting and perpetuating effects on the likelihood of intimate partner violence
(Taylor & Francis, 2019)
Ecological models of violence center on systems (micro, meso, and macro) surrounding personal history of violence, but few studies properly assess the effects of personal history on the likelihood of victimization. Using ...