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Dr Laura Fumagalli Research Fellow, University of Essex

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Email
lfumag@essex.ac.uk
Telephone
01206 872387
Office
2N2.6.03
Curriculum vitae

I am an economist. My research interests are applied labour, health, and development economics, and survey methodolgy. I am particularly interested in:

  • Determinants of social and human capital
  • Causes and effects of ethnic diversity and segregation
  • Microcredit
  • Child labour
  • Determinants and measurement of well-being
  • Methods to reduce and correct for non response
  • Impact evaluation
  • Field and survey experiments

I am part of the Understanding Society team. I had been involved in a number of projects including: the sample design of the ethnic minority boost sample, the imputation of income data, the creation of the harmonised BHPS-Understanding Society dataset, and the inclusion of Understanding Society into the Cross National Equivalent File (CNEF).


Latest Blog Posts


    Publications

    Displaying all 4 publications

    1. Neighbourhood ethnic composition and social participation of young people in England

      Elena Fumagalli and Laura Fumagalli

      1. Area Effects
      2. Social Networks
      3. Young People
      4. Ethnic Groups
      5. Social Behaviour
    2. Can village savings and loan groups be a potential tool in the malnutrition fight? Mixed method findings from Mozambique

      Aurélie Brunie, Laura Fumagalli, Thomas Martin, et al.

      1. Child Development
      2. Poverty
      3. Household Economics
      4. Health
    3. Experiments with methods to reduce attrition in longitudinal surveys

      Laura Fumagalli, Heather Laurie, and Peter Lynn

    4. Il paradosso dei sondaggi politici elettorali. Quando le intenzioni di voto di quasi il 30% delle famiglie ignorate in tali indagini possono fare la differenza (in Italian)

      Laura Fumagalli and Emanuela Sala


    Media

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    1. Mental health of mothers more negatively affected by Covid school closures than fathers, research finds

      1. Psychology
      2. Education
      3. Households
      4. Public Policy
      5. Well Being
      6. Health
      7. Life Course Analysis
      8. Caregiving
      9. Covid 19
    2. Lockdown school closures hit mental health of mums but not dads, study claims

      1. Psychology
      2. Education
      3. Households
      4. Public Policy
      5. Well Being
      6. Health
      7. Life Course Analysis
      8. Caregiving
      9. Covid 19
    3. Covid lockdown school closures ‘hit mothers’ mental health but left fathers unaffected’

      1. Psychology
      2. Education
      3. Households
      4. Public Policy
      5. Well Being
      6. Health
      7. Life Course Analysis
      8. Caregiving
      9. Covid 19
    4. Covid school closures damaged mothers’ mental health

      1. Psychology
      2. Education
      3. Households
      4. Public Policy
      5. Well Being
      6. Health
      7. Life Course Analysis
      8. Caregiving
      9. Covid 19
    5. New evidence shows how school closures hit children’s mental health hard

      1. Psychology
      2. Young People
      3. Education
      4. Child Development
      5. Public Policy
      6. Well Being
      7. Health
      8. Life Course Analysis
      9. Covid 19
    6. Children will need further help with mental health despite return of schools, study warns

      1. Psychology
      2. Young People
      3. Education
      4. Child Development
      5. Public Policy
      6. Well Being
      7. Health
      8. Life Course Analysis
      9. Covid 19
    7. Stressed pupils 'are more likely to bully and fight': Teachers could face an increase in bad behaviour in class after effect of pandemic on children's mental health, study warns

      1. Psychology
      2. Young People
      3. Education
      4. Child Development
      5. Public Policy
      6. Well Being
      7. Health
      8. Life Course Analysis
      9. Covid 19
    8. Back to school: 'It's nice to see my friends'

      1. Psychology
      2. Young People
      3. Education
      4. Child Development
      5. Public Policy
      6. Well Being
      7. Health
      8. Life Course Analysis
      9. Covid 19
    9. Schools return in England: Boris Johnson hails first steps to freedom

      1. Psychology
      2. Young People
      3. Education
      4. Child Development
      5. Public Policy
      6. Well Being
      7. Health
      8. Life Course Analysis
      9. Covid 19
    10. School closures negatively affected children's mental health, research suggests

      1. Psychology
      2. Young People
      3. Education
      4. Child Development
      5. Public Policy
      6. Well Being
      7. Health
      8. Life Course Analysis
      9. Covid 19

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