Samantha Rawlings
Samantha Rawlings
Other namesSam Rawlings
Associate Professor in Economics, University of Reading
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Intergenerational persistence in health in developing countries: The penalty of gender inequality?
S Bhalotra, SB Rawlings
Journal of Public Economics 95 (3-4), 286-299, 2011
Intimate partner violence: The influence of job opportunities for men and women
S Bhalotra, U Kambhampati, S Rawlings, Z Siddique
The World Bank Economic Review 35 (2), 461-479, 2021
Gradients of the intergenerational transmission of health in developing countries
S Bhalotra, S Rawlings
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (2), 660-672, 2013
Parental unemployment and child health in China
J Pieters, S Rawlings
Review of Economics of the Household 18 (1), 207-237, 2020
Domestic violence and child mortality in the developing world
S Rawlings, Z Siddique
Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics 82 (4), 723-750, 2020
Parental education and child health: Evidence from an education reform in China
S Rawlings
CINCH Working Paper Series, 2015
Gender, race, and heterogeneous effects of epidemic malaria on human capital and income
SB Rawlings
Economic Development and Cultural Change 64 (3), 509-543, 2016
The Intergenerational Correlation of Health in Developing Countries
S Bhalotra, S Rawlings
mimeo, University of Bristol, UK, 2008
Garbage in, garbage out: the impact of e-waste dumping sites on early child health
S Lovo, S Rawlings
Department of Economics, University of Reading Economics Discussion Papers, 2021
Intimate partner violence
S Bhalotra, U Kambhampati, S Rawlings, Z Siddique
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2020
The Health Burden of E-Waste: The Impact of E-Waste Dumping Sites on Child Mortality
S Lovo, SB Rawlings
CESifo Working Paper, 2022
Maternal time use and child health: evidence on the role of dietary adequacy
J Pieters, SB Rawlings
Rural, women 25, 49, 2015
Parental education and child health
SB Rawlings
Essays on child health in developing countries
SB Rawlings
University of Bristol, 2011
(2019). Intimate Partner Violence: The influence of job opportunities for men and women. The World Bank Economic Review, 35 (2), 461–479.[lhz030]. https://doi. org/10.1093/wber …
SR Bhalotra, U Kambhampati, S Rawlings, Z Siddique
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