Work in Progress:

- Cano, T. & Gracia, P. ‘Parental Separation, Educational Inequalities and Children’s Activities and Development: Longitudinal Evidence from Australia’ (under review).

- García-Román, J. & Gracia, P. Gender Gaps in Time Use across the Life Course: A Cross-National Study (under review).

- Bohnert, M. & Gracia, P. Digital Capital: Social Inequalities in Children's Digital Engagement and Well-Being Dynamics in Ireland (in progress).

- Heisig, J., Gracia, P. et al. Children's Time Use and Well-Being in Covid-19 Times: Evidence from Denmark (in progress). 

- Gracia, P., Panico, L., & Solaz, A. ‘Family Structure, Gender Roles, and Adolescents’ Domestic Work: Evidence from the UK Millennium Cohort Study’ (in progress).

- McDonnell, C. & Gracia, P. 'Family Structure and Parents’ Mental Health and Wellbeing in Ireland (in progress).

- Metzger, S. & Gracia, P. ‘Parental Well-Being Inequalities across Parenthood Transitions: Evidence from the UK’ (in progress).

Key Publications:

- Chambers, D. & Gracia, P. (2021). ‘A Sociology of Family Life: Change and Diversity in Intimate Relations.’ Polity (book under contract).

Gracia, P., García-Román, J., Oinas, T., & Anttila, T. (2021). ‘Gender Differences in Child and Adolescent Daily Activities: A Cross-National Time Use Study’. Acta Sociologica (accepted) PDF

- Gracia, P., Han, WJ, & Li, J. (2021). Nonstandard Work Schedules in 29 European Countries, 2005-2015: Differences by Education, Gender and Parental Status’. Monthly Labor Review (accepted) PDF 

- Bohnert, M. & Gracia, P. (2020) ‘Emerging digital generations? Impacts of child digital use on mental and socioemotional well-being across two cohorts in Ireland, 2007 – 2018.Child Indicators ResearchDOI: 10.1007/s12187-020-09767-z. PDF

Gracia, P., García-Román, J., Oinas, T., & Anttila, T. (2020). ‘Child and Adolescent Time Use: A Cross-National Study’. Journal of Marriage and Family;  82(4), 1304-1325. PDF

- Gracia, P. (2020). 'Children's Time Use'. In D.T. Cook [ed]. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies (pp 504-506). SagePDF

- Gracia, P. & García-Román, J. (2018) ‘Child and Adolescent Developmental Activities and Time Use in Spain: The Gendered Role of Parents’ Work Schedules and Education Levels’. European Sociological Review. 34(5), 518–538. PDF

- Gil-Hernandez, C. & Gracia, P. (2018). ‘Adolescents' Educational Aspirations and Ethnic Background in Spain: Evidence from Students of African and Latin American Migrant Origin’. Demographic Research. 38(23), 577-618. PDF

Gracia, P. & Ghysels, J. (2017). ‘Educational Inequalities in Parental Care Time: Cross-National Evidence from Belgium, Britain, Denmark, and Spain’. Social Science Research. 63(2), 166-180. PDF

Roeters, A. & Gracia,P. (2016) 'Child Care Time, Parents' Well-Being, and Gender: Evidence from the American Time Use Survey.' Journal of Child and Family Studies. 25(8), 2469–2479.  PDF

Gracia, P., Vázquez-Quesada, L., &  Van de Werfhorst, H. G. (2016). ‘Ethnic Penalties? The Role of Human Capital and Social Origins in Labor Market Outcomes of Second-Generation Moroccans and Turks in the Netherlands.’ Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(1) 69-87. PDF

Gracia, P. & Kalmijn, M. (2016). ‘Parents’ Family Time and Work Schedules: The Split-Shift Schedule in Spain.’ Journal of Marriage and Family. 78(2): 401-415. PDF

Gracia, P. & Esping-Andersen, G. (2015). 'Fathers' Child Care Time and Mothers' Paid Work: A Cross-National Study of Denmark, Spain, and the United Kingdom.' Family Science, 6(1) 270-281. PDF

Gracia, P. (2015). ‘Parent-Child Leisure Activities and Cultural Capital in the United Kingdom: The Gendered Effects of Education and Social Class.’ Social Science Research52 (4): 290-302. PDF

- Gracia, P. (2014). ‘Fathers’ Child Care Involvement and Children’s Age in Spain: A Time Use Study on Differences by Education and Mothers’ Employment.’ European Sociological Review, 30 (2): 137-150. PDF

- Esping-Andersen, G., Boertien, D., Bonke, J., & Gracia, P. (2013). 'Couple Specialization in Multiple Equilibria.' European Sociological Review, 29 (6):1280-1294. PDF

Other Selected Publications:

- Gracia, P. & Gil-Hernandez, C. (2017). Adolescents’ educational aspirations and ethnicity: evidence on children of African and Latin American migrants in Spain.  EUI Working Paper Series. MWP /16.

- Gracia, P. (2016). ‘Social Stratification and Parental Care: An Analysis of the Spanish Case’. La Caixa Obra Social Foundation.

Gracia, P. & García-Román, J. (2016). ‘Parental Work Schedules and Children’s Daily Activities: Evidence from Spain’. EUI Working Paper Series. MWP /16.

- Gracia, P. & Ghysels, J. (2016). ‘Educational Inequalities in Parental Care Time: Evidence from Belgium, Britain, Denmark, and Spain’. SSRN Working Paper, 2817144.

- Gracia, P., Vazquez, L., & Van de Werfhorst, H. (2014). ‘Are Ethnic Minorities Disadvantaged? The Employment Participation and Occupational Status of Moroccan and Turkish Second Generation Migrants in the Netherlands’. AMCIS Working Paper Series, January (Num 1/2014).

- Gracia, P. (2013). ‘Parenting and Inequality’, in Christina Inbakaran and Marie-Louise Van Der Klooster (Eds.). 2012 Time Use. Melbourne: Deakin University.

- Gracia, P. (2013). Review of: J.Treas & S.Drobnic [eds.] [2010]. ‘Dividing the domestic. Men, women and household work in cross-national perspective.’ European Sociological Review, 29(2): 404-406.

- Gracia, P. (2012). 'Diverging Parenting Behavior: Education, Gender, Class, and Institutions.' Pompeu Fabra Dissertation Series

- Gracia, P. (2012). ‘Paternal Involvement and Children’s Developmental Stages in Spain’. Demosoc Working Paper Series. Num. 46.

- Gracia, P. & Delclos, C. (2012).  Review of: William J.Wilson [1987]. ‘The truly disadvantaged: The inner city, the underclass, and public policy.’  Athenea Digital, 12(1), 247-250.

Gracia, P., Ghysels, J., & Vercammen, K. (2011). ‘Parental Care in Four European Countries: Comparing Types and Contexts’. Demosoc Working Paper Series. Num. 41.

- Gracia, P., & Bellani, D. (2010). ‘Las políticas de conciliación en España y sus efectos: un análisis de las desigualdades de género en el trabajo del hogar y el empleo.’ Fundación Alternativas - Estudios de Progreso. Num. 51.