Why do some individuals fear immigration more than others? The role of preferences and ancestral characteristics
This paper presents a novel approach to assessing the importance of preferences in shaping individual opinions about immigration. We rely on the emerging literature dealing with deep historical roots of preference formation, and control for a set of initial conditions experienced by ancestral populations that might have in uenced the evolution of individual-speci c traits. In addition, we explore the roots of preference variation embodied in the linguistic relativity hypothesis, and control f...
Visiting parents in times of COVID-19: the impact of parent-adult child contacts on the psychological health of the elderly
The novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) and the consequent restrictions imposed by governments worldwide have affected individuals’ health and well-being globally. The most significant public health costs of lockdown restrictions include potential adverse effects on mental health. In the recent literature on symptoms of depression in the elderly due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the neglected topics is the impact of disrupting parent–adult child contacts on their psychological and emotio...
Combining the retrospective interviews of wave 3 and wave 7: the third release of the SHARE Job Episodes Panel
Data about working life histories, migration histories, fertility histories and marriage/cohabitation histories collected in the third wave of the SHARE survey were organised into a retrospective panel as described in Brugiavini, Cavapozzi, Pasini, and Trevisan (2013) and Antonova, Aranda, Pasini, and Trevisan (2014). In wave 7 respondents from the new countries were included in the survey and refresher sample respondents from the “old” countries were administered the retrospective questionn...
In this paper, we investigate whether exposure to adverse experiences during childhood such as physical and emotional abuse affects a set of health and socio-economic outcomes across the lifespan using recent European data from SHARE (The Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe). The novelty of our approach consists in exploiting the recently published data on adverse childhood experiences for 19 SHARE countries, which enables us to account for country-specific heterogeneity...
We systematically investigate morphisms and equivalences of toposes from multiple points of view. We establish a dual adjunction between morphisms and comorphisms of sites, introduce the notion of weak morphism of toposes and characterize the functors which induce such morphisms. In particular, we examine continuous comorphism of sites and show that this class of comorphisms notably includes all fibrations as well as morphisms of fibrations. We also establish a characterization theorem for es...
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- ANNALS OF BURNS AND FIRE DISASTERS1
- sentiment analysis3
- Household consumption preferences2
- Human Capital2
- Adverse Childhood Experiences1
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- ancestral characteristics1
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