His research on Economic growth frequently links to adjacent areas such as Attendance. His Economic growth research extends to the thematically linked field of Attendance. His Work (physics) study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Mechanical engineering. Alessandro Cigno regularly links together related areas like Child labour in his Mechanical engineering studies. His Child labour study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Work (physics). He integrates Mathematical analysis and Distribution (mathematics) in his research. In his works, Alessandro Cigno undertakes multidisciplinary study on Distribution (mathematics) and Mathematical analysis. Many of his studies on Population involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Environmental health. His Environmental health study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Fertility.
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Economics of the family
The Economic Journal (1992)
Intergenerational transfers without altruism: family, market and state.
European Journal of Political Economy (1993)
Jointly determined saving and fertility behaviour: theory, and estimates for Germany, Italy, UK and USA.
Alessandro Cigno;Furio C Rosati.
European Economic Review (1996)
A microeconomic analysis of the timing of births
Alessandro Cigno;John Ermisch.
A MULTIDIMENSIONAL ASSESSMENT OF WELL-BEING BASED ON SEN'S FUNCTIONING APPROACH
Angela S. Bergantino;Ernesto Longobardi;Alessandro Balestrino;Alessandro Cigno.
The Economics of Child Labour
Alessandro Cigno;Furio Camillo Rosati.
Does Globalization Increase Child Labor
Alessandro Cigno;Furio C Rosati;Lorenzo Guarcello.
World Development (2002)
The effects of financial markets and social security on saving and fertility behaviour in Italy.
Alessandro Cigno;Furio C. Rosati.
Journal of Population Economics (1992)
Fertility and the tax-benefit system: a reconsideration of the theory of family taxation.
The Economic Journal (1986)
Fertility decisions when infant survival is endogenous.
Journal of Population Economics (1998)
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