Ms Lucia Rost

Research Student

Lucia Rost holds an MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Oxford and a BA (hons.) in Social Sciences from Amsterdam University College.

She is an ESRC and Studienstiftung scholar.

She has worked on several international development projects, including work with Oxfam, Oxford Policy Management (OPM) and UNICEF.

Negotiating time use: an inter-generational mixed methods approach to household decision-making on...

Journal articles and special issues

Rost, Lucia (2016) 'Resources List - Gender and the SDGs', Gender & Development 24 (1)


Rost, Lucia (with L Karimli, E Samman, T Kidder) (2016) 'Factor and norms influencing unpaid care work: Household survey evidence from five rural communities', Oxfam GB
Rost, Lucia (with Katie Bates, Luca Dellepiane) (2015) 'Women’s Economic Empowerment and Care: Evidence for influencing', Oxfam GB
Rost, Lucia (2015) 'Rapid Care Analysis, Copperbelt, Zambia', Oxfam GB

Conference papers

Rost, Lucia (2016) 'Young People’s Social Norms and Decision-making in Relation to Care Work in Northern Uganda', Paper presented at Young Lives Conference Adolescence, Youth and Gender: Building Knowledge for change, Oxford, 8-9 September
Rost, Lucia (with Thalia Kidder, Katie Bates, Jane Remme, Luca Dellepiane) (2015) 'Determinants of ‘heavy and unequal’ care work in rural households from five developing countries', Paper presented at International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) 24th Annual Conference, Berlin, 16-18 July
Research interests:

Gender and development, youth and childhood, household decision-making, social norms.