Thursday, June 7 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

1Motherhood, Labor Market and Wages
2Union Formation and Dissolution among Immigrants
3Ethnicity, Migration and Mortality
4Health Policies
5Changing Family Values and Behaviour
6Depression and Quality of Life
7Early-Life Conditions and Later Life Health Effects
8Employment, Education, and Fertility
9Individual Ageing 1
10Internal Migration and Residential Segregation
11Probabilistic Methods: Fertility, Mortality, and Migration
12Sexual and Reproductive Behaviour
13Socioeconomic Differentials in Union Dissolution

Thursday, June 7 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

14Diversification of Family Forms and Policy Challenges
15Family Dynamics and Health
16Gender and Family Dynamics
17Health Aspects of Birth and Parenthood
18Health, Morbidity, and Mortality Among International Migrants
19Individual Ageing 2
20Internal Migration Trajectories and Impacts
21Mortality, Gender and Empowerment of Women
22Mortality Trends in High(er) Income Countries
23New Perspectives on Emigration
24Persistence of the Past
25Population Ageing and Intergenerational Policies
26Recession and Fertility

Thursday, June 7 / 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

P1Poster Session 1

Thursday, June 7 / 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

27Changing Marriage Patterns and Family Life in Asia. APA Invited Session
28Family Complexity and Diversity
29Family Context and Fertility
30Family Life Courses and Fertility
31Forced Migration: Family Transitions, Health and Vulnerability
32Innovative Data and Methods in Population and Development
33Intergenerational Relations and Transfer Channels
34Methods in Health and Mortality
35Migration and Health
37Union Dissolution
38Work, Retirement and Pension Schemes

Thursday, June 7 / 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

39Attitudes Towards Immigrants and Social Cohesion
40Fertility Intentions and Realizations
41Global Family Change
42Labor Market Participation and Income Trajectories of Immigrants
43Macro-Demographic Dynamics and New Datasets
44Mathematical Demography
45Measuring Health
46Partnership Diversity and Partnership Well-Being
47Spatial Analysis of Mortality
48Time Use in Families
49Work and Family Trajectories over the Lifecourse
50Data Sources for Demographic Research

Thursday, June 7 / 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

P2Poster Session 2 - Aperitivo

Friday, June 8 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

51Family Networks and Intergenerational Transmission Processes
52Fathers Involvement in Childrearing
53Gender and Health
54Human Capital in Mitigating and Adapting to Climate Change
55Lifecourse Determinants of Caring and Wellbeing in Later Life
56Mortality and Longevity
57Mortality from External Causes: Spatial and Temporal Trends
58Population Ageing and Financial, Human and Social Capital
59Population Forecasting
60Residential Mobility and Return Migration of Immigrants
61Transition to Parenthood
62Working Life and Work in Old Age

Friday, June 8 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

63Child and Adolescent Health
64Family Policies and Outcomes
65Fertility Trends and Prospects
66Gendered Division of Domestic and Care Work
67Immigrant Labor Market Outcomes
68Internal Migration and Family Dynamics
69Mortality and Living Arrangements
70New Data and Measurement of Migration and Integration
71Post-Separation Life Courses
72The Transition to Adulthood Among Immigrant Youth
73Work, Retirement, and Health
74The Future of Demography or: How to Promote an "Interdiscipline"

Friday, June 8 / 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

P3Poster Session 3

Friday, June 8 / 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

75Childrens Family Contexts and Well-Being
76Contextual Effects on Fertility
78Gender, Education, and the Labor Market
79Gender Equality and Fertility
80Health Dynamics
81Intergenerational Relations
82New Perspectives on Fertility Transition
83Old Age Mortality
84Partnership Dynamics across the Lifecourse
85Social Capital and Wellbeing Among Immigrants
86The First World War and Population Dynamics

Friday, June 8 / 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

87Families in Later Life Stages
88Fertility Desires and Intentions
89Fertility of Migrants
90Gender Roles and Attitudes over the Life Course
91Linked Lives and the Lifecourse
92Migrant Fertility: Intentions and Behavior
93Mortality Projections and Methodology
94Population Projections and Data Errors
95Socioeconomic Inequalities in Mortality: The Role of Education
96Technological Changes in the Labor Market and Institutions

Friday, June 8 / 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

P4Poster Session 4

Saturday, June 9 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

97Childhood Experiences, Parental Investment and Intergenerational Mobility
99Class Differences and Fertility
100Educational Achievement and Social Mobility
101Education and Health
102Families and Social Stratification
103Fertility in Times of Economic Uncertainty
104Gender Inequalities in Migrant Families
105Impacts of Population Ageing
106Mental Health
107Methods and Data on Fertility
108Socioeconomic Inequalities in Mortality: The Role of Occupation/Income

Saturday, June 9 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

109Big Data and Data Analysis
110Economics of International Migration: Remittances, Welfare, Poverty
111Education and Fertility
112Filling Knowledge Gaps Using New Data
113Health and Schooling Outcomes Under Differential Spatial and Development Contexts
114Households, Couples and Labor Market Choices
115Intergenerational Relations and Life Stages
116Mortality from a Cohort Perspective
117Pensions and Intergenerational Transfers
118Routes to Parenthood
120Transitions to Adulthood
121Union Formation