Session

Thursday, June 14 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

1International comparisons of health/mortality
2Families and households
3Employment, work-family balance and fertility
4Fertility data and measures
5Family policies
6Measurement issues and survey instruments
7Immigrant fertility I
8Life table analysis
9Educational choices and consequences
10Norms, attitudes and sexual behaviour
11History

Thursday, June 14 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

12Thematic session: Social policy effects on family behavior
13Marital status and household related health/mortality
14Ageing and intergenerational relationships
15Inter- and intra-generational transmission of fertility behaviours
16Human capital and well-being
17Family formation among migrants
18Return migration
19Step families
20Ageing in place and older migrants
21Internal migration, regional and urban issues
22Child health: birth-weight and breastfeeding

Thursday, June 14 / 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

P1Poster Session 1

Thursday, June 14 / 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

23Obesity and health/mortality
24Intergenerational contact and proximity
25Household income, women's wages and fertility
26Smoking, alcohol and climate related health/mortality
27Immigrant fertility II
28Economics and labor market issues
29Optimal fertility, demographic dividend and policy challenges
30Same-sex and Living Apart Together relationships
31Immigrant religion and integration across Europe
32Demographic stress in the past
33Ante-natal and post-natal care

Thursday, June 14 / 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

34Socioeconomic status and health/mortality
35Economic uncertainty and fertility
36Transition to adulthood
37New approaches in measuring and predicting fertility
38Living arrangements and co-residence
39International migration flows
40Motherhood and employment
41Immigrant labor market outcomes
42Education and demography in developing countries
43Former demographic regimes
44Rural to urban migration 2

Thursday, June 14 / 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

P2Poster Session 2

Friday, June 15 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

45Quality of life and schooling
46Education and health/mortality
47Traces of second demographic transition
48Measures of mortality
49Gender equity and fertility
50The second demographic transition and its socio-economic gradients
51Intermarriage
52Care and support in later life
53Statistical models and methods for demographic research
54Abortion
55Data issues of internal migration
56Contraception: comparing methods and determinants

Friday, June 15 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

57Thematic session: The Swedish Initiative for research on Microdata in the Social and Medical Sciences (SIMSAM)
58Infant and maternal health/mortality
59Schooling and demographic outcomes - comparative analyses
60Family, work, and time use
61Cohabitation
62Fertility of immigrants
63Life course
64Selection issues in migration
65Adolescents and youth sexuality
66Longevity and historical analysis
67Gender issues in sexuality and reproductive health

Friday, June 15 / 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

P3Poster Session 3

Friday, June 15 / 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

68Old age health/mortality
69Fertility transition: the past and presence
70Assortative mating: Trends, causes, and consequences
71Determinants of fertility intentions
72Union dissolution
73Intergenerational transmissions
74Census and administrative data: measures and estimates
75Projections and population models
76Linkages between internal and international migration
77Reproductive health policies (Merged with Session 67)
78Sexually transmitted diseases: risks and stigma

Friday, June 15 / 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

79Causes of death โ€“ analysis between countries
80Realisation of fertility intentions
81Intergenerational support at older ages
82Ideals, values, and beliefs on family formation
83International migrants in the United States
84Mortality
85Regional disparities in policies supporting families
86Climate change: vulnerability, adaptation, and migration
87Mortality in developing countries
88Micro explanations for internal migration decisions
89Productivity and retirement

Saturday, June 16 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

90Thematic session: Policy issues
91Causes of death โ€“ analysis within countries
92Education and fertility
93Health and wellbeing at older ages
94Fertility decisions within unions
95Migrants, migration, and family life
96International migration and population structure
97Family and gender issues
98Single mothers
99Survey methodology
100Modelling internal migration

Saturday, June 16 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

101Causes of death โ€“ analysis within groups
102Prospects for fertility developments worldwide
103Intergenerational economic transfers
104Living conditions and disability at old age
105Changing unions and childbearing
106Non-standard family living arrangements
107Intergenerational mobility among immigrants
108Family structure and child well-being
109Development and environment
110Issues in stochastic forecasting
111Male identity and sexuality
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