Thursday, June 7 / 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM   •   Room Tent

Session 1233:
Poster Session 2 - Aperitivo

  1. Fertility, Mobility, and Educational Reproduction: A New Method to Estimate Prospective Models Using Retrospective Data Thomas Leopold, University of Amsterdam; Jan Skopek, Trinity College Dublin;

  2. Modelling the Long-Term Dynamics of Population Structures. the Reference Age Structure Gustavo De Santis, University of Florence; Giambattista Salinari, University of Sassari;

  3. Early Work Exit in Low and High Socioeconomic Groups: The Influence of Health Sascha de Breij, VU University Medical Center; Dorly Deeg, VU University Medical Center; Daniel Holman, University of Sheffield; Jeevitha Yogachandiran Qvist, Aalborg University; Jana Mäcken, University of Cologne; Moritz Hess, Technische Universität Dortmund;

  4. It`s getting late today, please do the laundry - the influence of womens commuting on the distribution of household labor Anna Stenpaß, University of Hamburg; Stefanie Kley, University of Hamburg;

  5. Residential Insecurity, Socio-Demographic Heterogeneity and the European Housing Systems Juan A. Módenes, Dept. of Geography, UNIV. AUTÒN. DE BARCELONA; Julián López-Colás, Centre d''Estudis Demogràfics; Alda B. Azevedo, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa;

  6. Documenting Cross-National Comparability of Longitudinal Surveys: The Online Codebook and Analysis of the Generations and Gender Programme Arianna Caporali, Institut national d’études démographiques (INED);

  7. Childbearing By Educational Level in Sweden Karin Lundström, Statistics Sweden; Johan Tollebrant, Statistics Sweden;

  8. Couples’ Employment Characteristics and Fertility in Italy Ilaria Landini, University of Florence; Francesca Berti, University of Florence;

  9. Unplanned Postponement of First and Second Birth in the Czech Republic Jitka Slabá, Department of Demography and Geodemography, Faculty of Science, Charles University; Anna Stastna, Department of Demography and Geodemography, Faculty of Science, Charles University; Jiřina Kocourková, Department of Demography and Geodemography, Faculty of Science, Charles University;

  10. Implications of Educational Attainment for the Future Population of the Netherlands Amir Erfani, Nipissing University; Carel Harmsen, Statistics Netherlands; Lenny Stoeldraijer, University of Groningen; Viviënne Haring, University of Groningen; Coen van Duin, Statistics Netherlands;

  11. An integrative analysis of sibling influences on adult children''s caregiving for parents Dimitri Mortelmans, University of Antwerp; Jorik Vergauwen, University of Antwerp;

  12. Mobility, Social Class and Fertility Transition in England and Wales, 1851–1911 Hannaliis Jaadla, University of Cambridge; Alice Reid, University of Cambridge; Eilidh Garrett, University of Essex;

  13. Impact Assessment of Asylum Procedures across the European Union Daniela Ghio, European Commission JRC; Ciro Gioia, European Commission JRC; Dario Tarchi, European Commission JRC; Francesco Sermi, European Commission JRC;

  14. Employment, Income and Divorce – What Can We Learn from Causal Analysis? Daniel Brüggmann, Hertie School of Governance;

  15. Analysing Wargentin''s (1717-1782) Survival Function: The Data of Tabellverket and a Probabilistic Theory Elisabeth Morand, Ined; Nathalie le Bouteillec, Ined;

  16. Reasons for Immigration: Different Patterns in the Nordic Countries and the Netherlands Han Nicolaas, Statistics Netherlands; Minja Tea Dzamarija, Statistics Norway;

  17. Temporal Variation in Summer Heat-Attributable Mortality in Spain Daniel Devolder, Centre of Demographic Studies (Barcelona); Hicham Achebak, Centre d''Estudis Demogràfics & Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona;

  18. Fertility and Marriage. Observations Based on Slovakian Data. Karol Pastor, Comenius University Bratislava;

  19. Taking Drugs or Having a Few Drags? Evidence of Rising Rates of Inhalant Use Among European Adolescents during the Economic Crisis Nicoletta Balbo, Bocconi University; Piergiorgio Carapella, Catholic University of Milan;

  20. It''s about Time: The Interrelationship between Partnership Transitions, Residential Mobility and Housing Tenure Hill Kulu, University of St Andrews; Julia Mikolai, University of St Andrews;

  21. Spousal Intimate pure relationship and below-replacement fertility intentions and preferences Amir Erfani, Nipissing University; Roya Jahanbakhsh, University of Tehran;

  22. Global Trends in Lifespan Inequality: 1950-2015 Iñaki Permanyer, Center for Demographic Studies; Nathalie Scholl, Center for Demographic Studies;

  23. Migration Stocks and Flows during Armed Conflict: New Questions and Evidence from an Agent-Based Model in Nepal Nathalie Williams, University of Washington; Michelle O''Brien, University of Washington;

  24. I’ve Changed My Mind. Intentions to be Childless, Their Stability and Their Realization in the Short-Run. Elisa Brini, University of Trento;

  25. Too Much Breaks the Bag. Health Consequences of Combining Grandparental Childcare with Other Caregiving Roles Bruno Arpino, Pompeu Fabra University; Madelin Gomez-Leon, RECSM, Pompeu Fabra University;

  26. External Causes of Death in Scotland: How Much Do They Contribute to Increasing Variation in Age-at-Death? Rosie Seaman, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research;

  27. Individual Values as a Factor of Relationship Stability in Europe: A GGS Study Dmitry Zakotyansky, Universite catholique de Louvain (UCL);

  28. Long Term Care System: Is There Proximity between Supply and Demand in France? Amélie Carrère, Université Paris Dauphine;

  29. Location Dynamics of Unipersonal Households in the MAIN Spanish Metropoles Jenniffer Thiers-Quintana, Universitat de Barcelona; Isabel Pujadas-Rúbies, Universitat de Barcelona; Cristina López Villanueva, University of Barcelona;

  30. The Difference between Soviet and Post-Soviet Generations'' Transitions to Adulthood in Russia Ekaterina Mitrofanova, National Research University Higher School of Economics;

  31. The Importance of Migrant Networks. A Comparison of Senegalese Migration to Europe (MAFE) and Mexican Migration to the US (MMP) Pau Baizan, ICREA and Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Elisabeth K. Kraus, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB);

  32. Spatial Aggregation of Unconventional Reproductive Timing: Neighbourhood Influence in Question Mathieu Buelens, Université Libre de Bruxelles;

  33. Child Marriage, Teenage Pregnancy and Girl''s Education: Evidence from Latin America and Lessons from the UK Melissa Caldeira Brant de Souza Lima, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA,WU, VID/OEAW); Bilal Barakat, Wittgenstein Centre (VID/OEAW, IIASA);

  34. The Paradox of Early Marriage Trend in China: Skewed Sex Ratio and Reshuffling Marriage Market Yingchun Ji, Shanghai University; Hao Liu, Renmin University of China;

  35. Preference or Indifference? Parents and the Sex Composition of Children. Ester Rizzi, Université catholique de Louvain; Malgorzata Mikucka, UCL;

  36. Partner Selection in a Late 19th Century Urban Setting: Census-Based Evidence from Tartu, Estonia Hannaliis Jaadla, University of Cambridge; Martin Klesment, Tallinn University; Mark Gortfelder, Tallinn University;

  37. Patterns of Disability Among Older Australians: Results from Microsimulation Dynoptasim Thomas Leopold, University of Amsterdam; Sophie Pennec, School of Demography/The Australian National University; Heather Booth, School of Demography/The Australian National University;

  38. Gender Equality across Generations. Does Grandparents Education Affect Couples'' Division of Parental Leave? Johan Dahlberg, Stockholm University Demography Unit (SUDA); Sofi Ohlsson Wijk, Stockholm University Demography Unit (SUDA);

  39. Within and Beyond National Borders: How Administrative Linked Data Can Revive Internal Migration Studies Matthieu Solignac, Univ. Bordeaux; INED;

  40. The Contrasting Perceptions of Long-Distance Commuting Mothers: The Importance of the Family Context Heiko Rüger, Federal Institute for Population Research; Gil Viry, University of Edinburgh;

  41. Make It or Break It? How Non-Standard Employment Affects Marriage and Relationship Breakdown Among Cohabiting Unions in Germany and Australia Gustavo De Santis, University of Florence; Inga Lass, University of Melbourne;

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