José Alberto Molina
José Alberto Molina
Professor of Economics, University of Zaragoza (Spain) and IZA (Germany)
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Self-employed mothers and the work-family conflict
JI Gimenez-Nadal, JA Molina, R Ortega
Applied Economics 44 (17), 2133-2147, 2012
1442012
Commuting time and household responsibilities: Evidence using propensity score matching
JI Gimenez‐Nadal, JA Molina
Journal of Regional Science 56 (2), 332-359, 2016
1202016
Parents’ education as a determinant of educational childcare time
JI Gimenez-Nadal, JA Molina
Journal of population economics 26 (2), 719-749, 2013
1192013
The motherhood wage penalty in Spain
JA Molina, VM Montuenga
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 30 (3), 237-251, 2009
114*2009
Food demand in Spain: an application of the Almost Ideal System
JA Molina
Journal of Agricultural Economics 45 (2), 252-258, 1994
1141994
Gender differences in childcare: time allocation in five European countries
I García-Mainar, JA Molina, VM Montuenga
Feminist Economics 17 (1), 119-150, 2011
106*2011
Regional unemployment, gender, and time allocation of the unemployed
JI Gimenez-Nadal, JA Molina
Review of Economics of the Household 12 (1), 105-127, 2014
902014
Inter-regional wage differentials in Spain
I García, JA Molina
Applied Economics Letters 9 (4), 209-215, 2002
852002
Effects of employee training on the performance of North-American firms
JA Molina, R Ortega
Applied Economics Letters 10 (9), 549-552, 2003
732003
The commuting behavior of workers in the United States: differences between the employed and the self-employed
JI Gimenez-Nadal, JA Molina, J Velilla
Journal of transport geography 66, 19-29, 2018
662018
Caring within the family: reconciling work and family life
JA Molina
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 36 (1), 1-4, 2015
642015
Commuting time and labour supply in the Netherlands a time use study
JI Gimenez-Nadal, JA Molina
Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (JTEP) 48 (3), 409-426, 2014
61*2014
Gender differences in cooperation: experimental evidence on high school students
JA Molina, JI Giménez-Nadal, JA Cuesta, C Gracia-Lazaro, Y Moreno, ...
PloS one 8 (12), e83700, 2013
582013
Household economic behaviors
JA Molina
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
542011
Why older workers become entrepreneurs? International evidence using fuzzy set methods
J Velilla, JA Molina, R Ortega
The Journal of the Economics of Ageing 12, 88-95, 2018
512018
The decision to become an entrepreneur in Spain: the role of household finances
JA Molina, J Velilla, R Ortega
International Journal of Entrepreneurship 20, 57, 2016
492016
Social norms, partnerships and children
JI Gimenez-Nadal, JA Molina, A Sevilla-Sanz
Review of Economics of the Household 10 (2), 215-236, 2012
48*2012
Work time and well-being for workers at home: evidence from the American Time Use Survey
JI Giménez-Nadal, JA Molina, J Velilla
International Journal of Manpower, 2019
45*2019
Gender norms and the gendered distribution of total work in Latin American households
JC Campaña, JI Giménez-Nadal, JA Molina
Feminist Economics 24 (1), 35-62, 2018
452018
Alcohol demand among young people in Spain: an addictive QUAIDS
AI Gil, JA Molina
Empirical Economics 36 (3), 515-530, 2009
452009
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