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 Jordana Cristina de Jesus 


Jordana Cristina de Jesus is a professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte since 2018. She works with the Department of Demography and Actuarial Sciences. She is a permanent member of the Graduate Program in Demography (UFRN).


Between 2015 and 2016 she was a substitute professor at the Demography Department at UFMG. She has a Ph.D. in Demography from Cedeplar (UFMG, 2018) and she developed doctoral research with the support of Celade, in the worldwide project NTA (National Transfers Accounts) on the theme of intergenerational transfers of unpaid housework time. Her main research interests include the topics of family, care, labor market, and unpaid housework.


She currently teaches disciplines for undergraduate studies in Actuarial Sciences, Public Policy Management and postgraduate studies in Demography. 


  • JESUS, J. C .; WAJNMAN, S.. Sandwich generation in Brazil: reality or myth ?. LATIN AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POPULATION, v. 18, p. 43-61, 2016. 

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