Dr Cristina Santos
I am interested in the Economics of the Household, in how decisions about working for pay, spending or saving impact on individuals within the context of their household, in how inequalities and violence may arise within the household, and how policy and the socio-economic context can help ameliorate or worsen these inequalities. I am a Co-Investigator on the research project Gender and intra-household entitlements. A cross-national longitudinal analysis.
Along the same lines, I am interested in the Economics of Happiness and in approaches and theories that enrich the notions and working scope of well-being, mainly on the Capabilities Approach. I am currently involved in the Capabilities Measurement Project headed by Paul Anand.
Santos, C. (2013) Costs of Domestic Violence: a life satisfaction approach, Fiscal Studies (forthcoming).
Himmelweit, S., Santos, C., Sevilla, A. and Sofer, C. (2013) Sharing of Resources within the Family and the Economics of Household Decision-making. Journal of Marriage and Family (forthcoming).
Anand, Paul and Santos, Cristina (2007) Violent Crime, Gender Inequalities and Well-Being: Models based on a Survey of Individual Capabilities and Crime Rates for England and Wales. Revue d'Economie Politique. ISSN 0373-2630.
de Henau, J., Himmelweit, S. and Santos, C. (2010) "Gender equality and taxation: A UK case study", in Taxation and Gender Equity, A Comparative Analysis of Direct and Indirect Taxes in Developing and Developed Countries, eds. Caren Grown and Imraan Valodia, Routledge/IDRC.
Anand, P. and Santos, C. (2009) "Violent crime, gender inequalities and well-being: models based on capabilities and crime data for England and Wales", in Gender and Well-Being in Europe, Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, eds. Bernard Harris, Lina Gálvez and Helena Machado, Ashgate.
Anand, P., Santos, C. and Smith, R. (2008) The Measurement of Capabilities, in Choice, Welfare and Development, A Festschrift in honour of Amartya Sen, eds. Basu and Kanbur, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Work in Progress
Santos, C. (2007) Revisiting Age-earnings profiles: estimating age, period and cohort effects, (submitted).
Carneiro, P. and Santos, C. (2010) Correcting selection in age-earnings profiles, (work in progress).
Santos (2013) Another look at intrahousehold inequalities using HILDA, (work in progress).
|Centre for Citizenship, Identifies and Governance (CCIG)||Centre||Faculty of Social Sciences|
Himmelweit, Susan; Santos, Cristina; Sevilla, Almudena and Sofer , Catherine
Journal of Marriage and Family, 75(3) (pp. 625-639)
Violent Crime, Gender Inequalities and Well-Being: Models based on a Survey of Individual Capabilities and Crime Rates for England and Wales (2007)
Anand, Paul and Santos, Cristina
Revue d'Economie Politique, 117(1) (pp. 877-902)
de Henau, Jerome; Himmelweit, Susan and Santos, Cristina
In: Grown, Karen and Valodia, Imraan eds. Taxation and gender equity. A comparative analysis of direct and indirect taxes in developing and developed countries. Routledge International Studies in Money and Banking (pp. 261-298)
ISBN : 978-0-415-49262-1 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : Abingdon
Violent crime, gender inequalities and well-being: models based on capabilities and crime data for England and Wales (2009-07)
Anand, Paul and Santos, Cristina
In: Harris, Bernard; Gálvez, Lina and Machado, Helena eds. Gender and Well-Being in Europe: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (pp. 157-184)
ISBN : 9780754672647 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Farnham
The measurement of capabilities (2008)
Anand, Paul; Santos, Cristina and Smith, Ron
In: Basu, Kaushik and Kanbur, Ravi eds. Arguments for a Better World: Essays in Honor of Amartya Sen: Volume I: Ethics, Welfare, and Measurement (pp. 283-310)
ISBN : 978-0-19-923911-5 | Publisher : Oxford University Press | Published : Oxford
Gender analysis of the changes in indirect taxes introduced by the coalition government, 2010-2011 (2011-06)
de Henau, Jerome and Santos, Cristina
Women's Budget Group, United Kingdom.
Estimating linear birth cohort effects: revisiting the age-happiness profile (2007-01)
Open University, Economics Department, Milton Keynes, UK.