Ewa Batyra

PhD Candidate in Demography
London School of Economics and Political Science

PhD Research Area:
Fertility, unintended childbearing and contraceptive use in Latin America

Research Interests:
Demographic analysis, quantitative research methods, fertility trends, reproductive health, family planning programmes

Education:
MPhil/PhD in Demography and Population Studies, London School of Economics, 2014-2018 (expected)
MSc Social Research Methods, London School of Economics, 2014
MSc Population and Development, London School of Economics, 2013
BA Quantitative Methods in Economics, Warsaw School of Economics, 2011

Publications:
Peer-reviewed
Batyra, E. (2016) “Fertility and the changing pattern of the timing of childbearing in Colombia” Demographic Research 35(46): 1343-1372
Under review
Batyra, E. “Increasing educational disparities in the timing of motherhood in the Andean region: A cohort perspective”
Batyra, E. “Contraceptive use behaviour change after an unintended birth in Colombia and Peru”
Cetorelli, V., Wilson, B., Batyra, E. & Coast, E. “Female genital mutilation/cutting in Mali and Mauritania”

For further details please see my CV.

E-mail: e.batyra@lse.ac.uk