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Serena Pattaro
Serena Pattaro
Research Fellow, Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research, University of Glasgow
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Educational differences in fertility desires, intentions and behaviour: A life course perspective
A Berrington, S Pattaro
Advances in life course research 21, 10-27, 2014
1572014
The Recuperation of Fertility at Older Ages: A Cross-Cohort Comparison of the Role of Fertility Intentions, Partnership and Employment Careers
A Berrington, S Pattaro
32011
The impacts of benefit sanctions: a scoping review of the quantitative research evidence
S Pattaro, N Bailey, E Williams, M Gibson, V Wells, M Tranmer, C Dibben
SocArXiv, 2021
12021
Visualizing fertility trends for 45 countries using composite lattice plots
S Pattaro, L Vanderbloemen, J Minton
Demographic Research 42 (23), 689-712, 2020
12020
Using linked longitudinal administrative data to identify social disadvantage
S Pattaro, N Bailey, C Dibben
Social Indicators Research 147 (3), 865-895, 2020
12020
Labour market and wider impacts of benefit sanctions: A scoping review
S Pattaro, N Bailey, E Williams, M Gibson, V Wells, S Wright, M Tranmer, ...
12019
Occupation and COVID-19 deaths: Scotland in a comparative perspective
S Pattaro, N Bailey, C Dibben
Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR), 2021
2021
Data Insights-COVID-19 deaths and occupational risk: Scotland in a comparative perspective
S Pattaro
Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research, 2021
2021
Can we use linked administrative data to identify social disadvantage?
S Pattaro
2020
Is there a consistent pattern in benefit sanctions rates by Jobcentre Plus offices in Scotland?
S Pattaro
Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research, 2020
2020
Review Protocol Labour market and wider impacts of benefit sanctions: A scoping review
S Pattaro, N Bailey, E Williams, M Gibson, V Wells, S Wright, M Tranmer, ...
2019
Labour Market and Wider Impacts of Benefit Sanctions: A Scoping Review [Review Protocol]
S Pattaro, N Bailey, E Williams, M Gibson, V Wells, S Wright, M Tranmer, ...
2019
Using Longitudinal Administrative Data on Benefits and Earnings Histories to Identify Social Disadvantage
S Pattaro, N Bailey, C Dibben
2018
Exploring age-specific and cumulative cohort rates using composite fertility lattice plots: an international comparison of Human Fertility database and Human Fertility†…
S Pattaro, L Vanderbloemen, J Minton
OSF Preprints, 2017
2017
Using Longitudinal Administrative Data on Employment History to Identify Poverty Risks and Social Need
S Pattaro, N Bailey, C Dibben
2017
The Influence of Recent Employment History on Poverty Risks: A Study Using Linked Administrative and Survey Data
S Pattaro, N Bailey, C Dibben
2017
Exploring age-specific and cumulative cohort rates using Lexis surface lattice plots: An International comparison of Human Fertility Database and Human Fertility Collection Data
S Pattaro, J Minton, L Vanderbloemen
2016
Pre-Birth Employment Instability and Maternal Labour Market Transitions Following the Birth of the First Child in Italy and Sweden: A Competing Risks Analysis
S Pattaro
2016
WomenĘs Employment Instability and Fertility Dynamics: Cross-Cohort Changes in Italy and Sweden [Invited talk]
S Pattaro
2016
Women's employment instability and fertility dynamics: cross-cohort changes in Italy and Sweden
S Pattaro
University of Oxford, 2014
2014
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