Sara Cantillon

Sara Cantillon was a Researcher in the ESRI from 1991 to 1994. She then became Economic and Social Policy Advisor in the Department of An Taoiseach. She is currently Head of School and senior lecturer at the Equality Studies Centre in UCD. Her research interests include intra-household resource allocation, gender and poverty and economics and inequality. See
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Latest Publications:
  • Family Financial Management and Individual Deprivation
  • Who Earns, Who Shares and Who Decides: Does it Matter for Individual Deprivation in Couples?
  • Implications of Income Pooling and Household Decision-making for the Measurement of Poverty and Deprivation: An Analysis of the SILC 2010 Special Module for Ireland
  • Sharing Household Resources: Learning from Non-Monetary Indicators
  • Poverty within Households: Measuring Gender Differences using Non-Monetary Indicators
  • Are Married Women More Deprived than Their Husbands?
  • Quarterly Economic Commentary, Autumn 1994
  • Quarterly Economic Commentary, Spring 1994
  • Medium-Term Review: 1994-2000, No. 5
  • Economic Perspectives for the Medium Term

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