Gabriella Conti
Gabriella Conti
Professor of Economics, University College London
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Child and adolescent mental health worldwide: evidence for action
C Kieling, H Baker-Henningham, M Belfer, G Conti, I Ertem, O Omigbodun, ...
The lancet 378 (9801), 1515-1525, 2011
Early childhood investments substantially boost adult health
F Campbell, G Conti, JJ Heckman, SH Moon, R Pinto, E Pungello, Y Pan
Science 343 (6178), 1478-1485, 2014
The education-health gradient
G Conti, J Heckman, S Urzua
American economic review 100 (2), 234-238, 2010
Training, productivity and wages in Italy
G Conti
Labour economics 12 (4), 557-576, 2005
The effects of two influential early childhood interventions on health and healthy behaviour
G Conti, JJ Heckman, R Pinto
The Economic Journal 126 (596), F28-F65, 2016
The economics of child well-being
G Conti, JJ Heckman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2012
Early health shocks, intra-household resource allocation and child outcomes
J Yi, JJ Heckman, J Zhang, G Conti
The Economic Journal 125 (588), F347-F371, 2015
Transcriptional modulation of the developing immune system by early life social adversity
SW Cole, G Conti, JMG Arevalo, AM Ruggiero, JJ Heckman, SJ Suomi
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (50), 20578-20583, 2012
Understanding the early origins of the education–health gradient: A framework that can also be applied to analyze gene–environment interactions
G Conti, JJ Heckman
Perspectives on Psychological Science 5 (5), 585-605, 2010
Bayesian exploratory factor analysis
G Conti, S Frühwirth-Schnatter, JJ Heckman, R Piatek
Journal of econometrics 183 (1), 31-57, 2014
Survey design and the analysis of satisfaction
G Conti, S Pudney
Review of Economics and Statistics 93 (3), 1087-1093, 2011
Primate evidence on the late health effects of early-life adversity
G Conti, C Hansman, JJ Heckman, MFX Novak, A Ruggiero, SJ Suomi
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (23), 8866-8871, 2012
The developmental approach to child and adult health
G Conti, JJ Heckman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2012
Inequality in socio-emotional skills: A cross-cohort comparison
O Attanasio, R Blundell, G Conti, G Mason
Journal of Public Economics 191, 104171, 2020
The health impacts of universal early childhood interventions: evidence from Sure Start
S Cattan, G Conti, C Farquharson, R Ginja, M Pecher
IFS Working Papers, 2021
G Conti, A Galeotti, G Mueller, S Pudney
Journal of Human Resources 48 (4), 1072-1094, 2013
Evaluating access to health and care services during lockdown by the COVID-19 survey in five UK national longitudinal studies
CC Topriceanu, A Wong, JC Moon, AD Hughes, D Bann, N Chaturvedi, ...
BMJ open 11 (3), e045813, 2021
Prenatal and infancy nurse home visiting effects on mothers: 18-year follow-up of a randomized trial
DL Olds, H Kitzman, E Anson, JA Smith, MD Knudtson, T Miller, R Cole, ...
Pediatrics 144 (6), 2019
Prenatal and infancy nurse home visiting and 18-year outcomes of a randomized trial
H Kitzman, DL Olds, MD Knudtson, R Cole, E Anson, JA Smith, ...
Pediatrics 144 (6), 2019
The economic costs of child maltreatment in UK
G Conti, E Pizzo, S Morris, M Melnychuk
Health economics 30 (12), 3087-3105, 2021
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