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Lidia PANICO

Lidia Panico
Chargée de recherche Ined - HDR
Discipline(s) : Sociologie

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Institut national d’études démographiques

Campus Condorcet

9, cours des Humanités - CS 50004

93322 Aubervilliers Cedex - France

lidia.panico[at]ined.fr

+33(0) 1 56 06 20 53

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Lidia Panico est chargée de recherches à l’Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques (Ined). Avant de rejoindre l'INED, elle a été chercheure à la London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE) et à l'University College London (UCL). Elle a obtenu son doctorat en sociologie à l'UCL en 2012, où elle était rattachée à l'International Centre for Lifecourse Studies, et son HDR en sociologie en 2021 à Sciences Po. Elle est aussi enseignante à Sciences Po, et a été collaboratrice scientifiques pour le Haut Conseil de la famille, de l’enfance et de l’âge (HCFEA).

Son programme de recherche interdisciplinaire réunit la démographie, l'épidémiologie et la sociologie, et porte sur la description et l'explication des inégalités socio-économiques dans la santé et le développement des enfants, surtout dans la petite enfance, en mettant l'accent sur le rôle des processus familiaux et des contextes institutionnels. Ses travaux utilisent des méthodes et des données longitudinales, notamment les cohortes de naissance comme l’étude Elfe, ou encore la nouvelle étude GUIDE/EuroCohort. Elle porte ou participe à plusieurs projets de recherche internationales qui comparent les inégalités chez les enfants dans plusieurs pays à revenu élevé.

  • Mots clés : inégalités, petite enfance, développement de l’enfant, santé de l’enfant, données longitudinales, cohortes de naissances

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Dr. Lidia Panico is a tenured researcher at the French Institute for Demographic Studies (Ined). Previously, she was a research fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE), and at University College London (UCL). She obtained her PhD in Sociology from UCL, where she was based in the International Centre for Lifecourse Studies, and her HDR in sociology from Sciences Po. She has served as scientific advisor to the French government Council for Children and Adolescents, as expert in several governmental commissions, and adjunct lecturer at Sciences Po Paris.

Her research, at the crossroad between demography, epidemiology and sociology, aims to describe and explain socio-economic inequalities in well-being, with a focus on child outcomes and family processes. Her research uses longitudinal methods and data, notably birth cohorts such as the ELFE birth cohort, or the new GUIDE/EuroCohort project. She is part of several international comparative projects measuring socio-economic inequalities in child outcomes across several high income countries.

 

Principales publications

  • Vigezzi, S., Panico L., Grobon, S., Remillon, D. (2022) Early Exposure to Bilingualism and Subsequent School Trajectories. Revue Française de Sociologie.
  • Pailhé A., Panico L.j, Solaz, A. (2021) Children’s Well-Being and Intra-Household Family Relationships during the First COVID-19 Lockdown in France. Journal of Family Research.https://doi.org/10.20377/jfr-718
  • Florian, S., Ichou, M., Panico, L. (2021) Parental migrant status and health inequalities at birth: testing the selection hypothesis. Social Science and Medicine. Volume 278, June 2021, 113915.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2021.113915
  • Berger L., Ferrari G., Leturcq M., Panico L., Solaz A. (2021) COVID-19 lockdowns and demographically-relevant Google Trends: A cross-national analysis. PLoS ONE 16(3): e0248072.
  • Berger L., Panico L., Solaz A (2021) The Impact of Center-Based Childcare Attendance on Early Child Development:Evidence from the French Elfe Cohort, Demography 58 (2): 419–450. doi.org/10.1215/00703370-8977274.
  • Thierry, X., Geay, B.,Pailhé, P., Berthomier , N., Camus, J., Cauchi-Duval, N., Lanoë, J.L., Octobre, S., Pagis, J., Panico, L., Siméon, T., Solaz, A., et l'équipe Sapris (2021) Les enfants à l’épreuve du premier confinement, Population et Sociétés, (585), 1-4.
  • Panico, L. and Kitzmann, M. (2020) Family policies and their impact on child well-being. In N. Ellison and T. Haux (eds.), Handbook on Society and Social Policy, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Pailhé, A., Panico, L. and Heers, M. (2020) Being born to a single mother in France: trajectories of father’s involvement over the first year of life, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies. 11(1): 123-149. https://doi.org/10.1332/175795919X15720984151059.
  • Castillo-Rico, B.; Leturcq, M., Panico, L.(2019) Childhood poverty and deprivation at the starting gate in France: examples using Elfe. Revue des Politiques Sociales et Familiales. 131-132: 35-49. http://www.caf.fr/presse-institutionnel/recherche-et-statistiques/publications/revue-des-politiques-sociales-et-familiales/revue-des-politiques-sociales-et-familiales-ndeg-131-132
  • Schenck-Fontaine, A. & Panico, L. (2019) Many Kinds of Poverty: Three Dimensions of Economic Hardship, Their Combinations, and Children’s Behavior Problems. Demography. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13524-019-00833-y
  • Panico, L., Bartley, M., Kelly, Y., McMunn, A., Sacker, A. (2019) Family structure trajectories and early child health in the UK: Pathways to health. Social Science & Medicine. 232, 220-229. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.05.006
  • Leturcq, M. & Panico, L. (2019) The Long-Term Effects of Parental Separation on Childhood Multidimensional Deprivation: A Lifecourse Approach. Social Indicators Research. 144(2), 921-954. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11205-018-02060-1F
  • Grobon S, Panico L, Solaz A. (2019) Inégalités socioéconomiques dans le développement langagier et moteur des enfants à 2 ans. Bulletin d'Epidémiologie Hebdomadaire, 2019;(1):2-9. http://invs.santepubliquefrance.fr/beh/2019/1/2019_1_1.html
  • El-Khoury Lesueur, F., Sutter-Dallay, A-L., Panico, L., Azria, E., Van der Waerden, J., Regnault Vauvillier, N., Charles M-A., Melchior, M. (2018) The perinatal health of immigrant women in France: a nationally representative study, International Journal of Public Health, 63(9): 1027–1036. doi.org/10.1007/s00038-018-1146-y
  • Nazroo, J., Zilanawala, A., Chen, M., Bécares, L., Davis-Kean, P., Jackson, J.S., Kelly, Y., Panico, L., and Sacker, A. (2018) Socioemotional wellbeing of mixed race/ethnicity children in the UK and US: Patterns and mechanisms, SSM - Population Health, 5:147-159. doi.org/10.1016/j.ssmph.2018.06.010
  • El-Khoury, F., Sutter-Dallay, A-L., Panico, L., Charles, M-A., Azria, E., Van der Waerden, J., Melchior, M. (2018) Women’s mental health in the perinatal period according to migrant status: the French representative ELFE birth cohort, European Journal of Public Health, 28(3):458–463. doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/cky008
  • Reinhard, E., Layte, R., McCrory, C., Panico, L., Avendano, M. (2018) The Great Recession and the Health of Young Children: A Fixed Effects Analysis in Ireland, American Journal of Epidemiology, 187(7): 1438–1448. doi.org/10.1093/aje/kwy001
  • Avendano M, Panico L. (2018) Do flexible work policies improve parent’s health? A natural experiment based on the UK Millennium Cohort Study. Journal of Epidemiology And Community Health, 72:244-251. doi: 10.1136/jech-2017-209847
  • Berger, L.; Panico, L.; and Solaz, A. (2018) Maternal Repartnering: Does Father Involvement Matter? Evidence from United Kingdom. European Journal of Population, 34(1):1-31. doi:10.1007/s10680-016-9410-4.
  • Gares, V., Panico, L., Castagne, R., Delpierre, C., & Kelly-Irving, M. (2017). The role of the early social environment on Epstein Barr virus infection: A prospective observational design using the Millennium Cohort Study. Epidemiology and Infection, 145(16), 3405-3412. doi:10.1017/S0950268817002515
  • Francou, Q., Panico, L. & Solaz, A. (2017). De la naissance à l’école maternelle : des parcours de mode d’accueil diversifiés (From birth to kindergarten: different trajectories of childcare arrangements). Revue Française des Affaires Sociales, n.2, 123-147. 
  • Webb, E., Panico, L., Becares, L., McMunn, A., Kelly, Y., Sacker, A. (2017) The Inter-relationship of Adolescent Unhappiness and Parental Mental Distress. Journal of Adolescent Health,60(2):196-203. doi: 10.1016/j.adohealth.2016.10.001.
  • Kelly-Irving, M., Soulier, A., Mabile, L., Bartley, M., Raynaud, J. P., Panico, L., & Blane, D. (2017). Vignettes as tool for research and teaching in life course studies: interdisciplinary approaches. Advances in Life Course Research, 32:35-41. doi: 10.1016/j.alcr.2016.09.001.
  • Stuart, B. and Panico, L. (2016) Early childhood BMI trajectories: evidence from a prospective, nationally representative British cohort study. Nutrition and Diabetes6(e198). doi:10.1038/nutd.2016.6. 
  • Panico, L., Tô, M., and Thévenon, O. (2015) What is the link between mothers’ level of education and low birthweight?Population and Societies, issue number 523.
  • Panico L, Stuart B, Bartley M, Kelly Y (2014) Asthma Trajectories in Early Childhood: Identifying Modifiable Factors. PLoS ONE, 9(11):e111922. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0111922. 
  •  Panico, L, Becares, L., and Webb, E. (2014) Exploring household dynamics: the reciprocal effects of parents and child’s characteristics. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 5(1):42-55. dx.doi.org/10.14301/llcs.v5i1.259. 
  • Panico, L, & Nazroo, JY (2011). The social and economic circumstances of mixed ethnicity children in the UK: Findings from the Millennium Cohort Study. Ethnic and Racial Studies34(9): 1421-1444. doi: 10.1080/01419870.2011.556745.
  • Panico, L., Bartley, M., Kelly, Y; McMunn, A; Sacker, A (2010) Changes in family structure in early childhood. Population Trends142:78-92. doi: 10.1057/pt.2010.32. 
  • Kelly,Y., Panico,L., Bartley,M., Marmot,M., Nazroo,JY., Sacker,A. (2008). Why does birthweight vary among ethnic groups in the UK? Findings from the Millennium Cohort Study. Journal of Public Health31(1):131-137. doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fdn057
  • Panico, L; Bartley, M; Marmot, M; Nazroo, JY; Sacker, A; and Kelly, YJ (2007) Ethnic variation in childhood asthma and wheezing illnesses: findings from the Millennium Cohort Study. International Journal of Epidemiology 36: 1093-1102. doi: 10.1093/ije/dym089.
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