I am a demographer working on the European Research Council Grant to study the effects of Medically Assisted Reproduction on children, adults and parents. My research interests include life course, families and fertility, transition to adulthood, social inequalities, social policy, and residential mobility.
I previously worked for Understanding Society at the Institute for Economic and Social Research (ISER) at the University of Essex. My projects included investigating mothers’ and fathers’ employment trajectories in the UK and exploring the impact of childcare prices on women’s labour market outcomes. In my PhD, I investigated how various life course trajectories of young people in the UK have changed across cohorts.
I studied for a PhD in Demography at the University of Liverpool and graduated from the European Doctoral School of Demography (EDSD) in Warsaw, Poland. I hold a BSc and MSc in Economics from Moscow State University, Russia, as well as an MSc in Demography from the University of Rostock, Germany.
Articles by Alina Pelikh
University College London (UCL)