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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Elsevier: Research in Social Stratification and Mobility
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1 [GO] 2021―Aug―05 Income inequality, emotional anxiety, and self-rated health in times of the coronavirus pandemic: Evidence from a cross-national survey Harris Hyun-soo Kim, Hyun-jin Katelyn Kim
2 [GO] 2021―Jul―24 COVID-19-associated discrimination in Germany Jörg Dollmann, Irena Kogan
3 [GO] 2021―May―10 Socio-economic position and local solidarity in times of crises. The COVID-19 pandemic and the emergence of informal helping arrangements in Germany Ariane Bertogg, Sebastian Koos
4 [GO] 2021―Feb―15 Two Tales of One City: Unequal Vulnerability and Resilience to COVID-19 by Socioeconomic Status in Wuhan, China Xiaogang Wu, Xiaoguang Li, Yao Lu, Michael Hout
5 [GO] 2021―Feb―10 Work less, help out more? The persistence of gender inequality in housework and childcare during UK COVID-19 Anna Zamberlan, Filippo Gioachin, Davide Gritti
6 [GO] 2020―Nov―05 Gender inequality and the COVID-19 crisis: Evidence from a large national survey during South Africa’s lockdown Daniela Casale, Dorrit Posel
7 [GO] 2020―Nov―05 What happens when schools shut down? Investigating inequality in students’ reading behavior during Covid-19 in Denmark David Reimer, Emil Smith, Ida Gran Andersen, Bent Sortkær
8 [GO] 2020―Nov―05 The distributional impacts of the reduction in remittances in Central America in COVID-19 times German Daniel Caruso, Maria Emilia Cucagna, Julieta Ladronis
9 [GO] 2020―Oct―21 A Less Objectionable Greed? Work-Life Conflict and Unjust Pay During a Pandemic Scott Schieman, Atsushi Narisada
10 [GO] 2020―Oct―08 COVID-19 and the Decline in Asian American Employment Andrew Taeho Kim, ChangHwan Kim, Scott E. Tuttle, Yurong Zhang
11 [GO] 2020―Oct―06 Gender Differences in Experiencing Coronavirus-Triggered Economic Hardship: Evidence from Four Developing Countries Mobarak Hossain
12 [GO] 2020―Sep―07 Disparities in Vulnerability to Complications from COVID-19 Arising from Disparities in Preexisting Conditions in the United States Emily E. Wiemers, Scott Abrahams, Marwa AlFakhri, V. Joseph Hotz, Robert F. Schoeni, Judith A. Seltzer
13 [GO] 2020―Sep―06 Sociodemographic inequality in exposure to COVID-19-induced economic hardship in the United Kingdom Dirk Witteveen
14 [GO] 2020―Aug―30 Men and Women’s Different Dreams on the Future of the Gendered Division of Paid Work and Household Work after COVID-19 in South Korea Youngshin Lim, Hyunjoon Park, Hannah Tessler, Meera Choi, Gowoon Jung, Grace Kao
16 [GO] 2020―Jul―10 Intersecting ethnic and native-migrant inequalities in the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK Yang Hu
17 [GO] 2020―Jun―18 Social trust in the midst of pandemic crisis: Implications from COVID-19 of South Korea Bongoh Kye, Sun-Jae Hwang
18 [GO] 2020―Jun―18 Inequality in Learning Opportunities during Covid-19: Evidence from Library Takeout Mads Meier Jæger, Ea Hoppe Blaabæk
19 [GO] 2020―Jun―13 Who Loses Income During the COVID-19 Outbreak? Evidence from China Yue Qian, Wen Fan
20 [GO] 2020―May―30 Does the coronavirus pandemic level gender inequality curve? (It doesn’t) Tali Kristal, Meir Yaish
21 [GO] 2020―May―26 The “Eye of the Hurricane” Paradox: An Unexpected and Unequal Rise of Well-Being During the Covid-19 Lockdown in France Ettore Recchi, Emanuele Ferragina, Emily Helmeid, Stefan Pauly, Mirna Safi, Nicolas Sauger, Jen Schradie


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