Using data from before and during the pandemic, we show that people are postponing their plans to have children and control over family planning has been affected by access to contraception.
I used geocoded data of respondents to estimate whether the proximity to childcare facilities effected mothers working hours and how this changed over time. The results showed that proximity matters suggesting the density of childcare provision was important in structuring individuals employment choices.
We analyze whether centralized fieldwork processes increase data quality in the collection of complex life histories in the GGP.
We look at how the transitions into and out of caregiving differentially affect a caregivers health and how this varies across countries.