Lidia Panico

Professeure des universités
  • Lidia Panico (Sciences Po - CRIS)Lidia Panico (Sciences Po - CRIS)

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Thèmes de recherche - Research Interests

Lidia Panico’s research is at the crossroad between demography, epidemiology and sociology. Her work aims to describe and explain socio-economic inequalities in child health, development, and well-being, and with a focus on family processes and the role of public policies. Her research makes use of longitudinal methods and data, notably birth cohorts, and includes a comparative approach.


  • 2023 (with J. Waldfogel, S.J. Kwon et al.), “Inequalities in Resources for Preschool-Age Children by Parental Education: Evidence from Six Advanced Industrialized Countries”, European Journal of Population, vol. 39, n° 37. Available in Open Access, on Springer Link
  • 2023 (with Cesarine Boinet et al.) "International differences in gradients in early childhood overweight and obesity: the role of maternal employment and formal childcare attendance", European Journal of Public Health, ckad058, vol. 33, n° 3, p. 468-475.  Available in Open Access, on Oxford Academic
  • 2023 (with Sandra Florian, Matheu Ichou et al.), “Differences in birth weight between immigrants’ and natives’ children in Europe and Australia: a LifeCycle comparative observational cohort study”, BMJ Open, vol. 13, n° 3. Open Access Paper
  • 2023 (with Maxime Tô) A distributional decomposition of birthweight differences by maternal education: A comparison of France and the UK, Journal of Economic Inequality, published 14 April. Available online on ScienceDirect
  • 2021 (with S. Florian, M. Ichou), "Parental migrant status and health inequalities at birth: testing the selection hypothesis", Social Science and Medicine,  vol. 278, 113915. Available online on ScienceDirect
  • 2021 (with L. Berger, A. Solaz), "The Impact of Center-Based Childcare Attendance on Early Child Development:Evidence from the French Elfe Cohort", Demography, vol. 58, n° , p. 419–450. Full text available online (open access)

funded projects

ANR The Emergence of Health Gaps in Early Life: A Dynamic Analysis of Three National Birth Cohorts (EGAL)


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