Simone Wajnman is Full Professor of Demography at Cedeplar, Brazil, where she teaches courses on demographic methods, economic demography and family demography.
She holds a BA in Economics, and both a M.A. and Ph.D. in Demography from the Federal University of Minas Gerais. In 2001 she was a visiting fellow at the Office of Population Research at Princeton University.
Her research encompasses many aspects of economic and family demography, including demographic aspects of earnings inequality in Brazil, trends on female labor force participation, and gender inequality in the domestic housework and in the access to the labor market.
GUIGINSKI, J. ; WAJNMAN, S. A penalidade pela maternidade: participação e qualidade da inserção no mercado de trabalho das mulheres com filhos. REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE ESTUDOS DE POPULAÇÃO (REBEP), v. 36, p. 1-26, 2019.
MYRRHA, L. J. D.; TURRA, C. ; WAJNMAN, S. A contribuição dos nascimentos e óbitos para o envelhecimento populacional no Brasil, 1950 a 2100. Revista Latinoamericana de Población, v. 20, p. 37-54, 2017.
JESUS, J. C.; WAJNMAN, S. Geração Sanduiche no Brasil: realidade ou mito? REVISTA LATINOAMERICANA DE POBLACIÓN, v. 18, p. 43-61, 2016.