Poster Session 3

Friday, June 27
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

  1. Exploring the difference in sequences of the first life course events among Russian generationsEkaterina Mitrofanova, National Research University Higher School of Economics; Dmitry Ignatov, National Research University Higher School of Economics

  2. The implications of the recent economic crisis on life expectancy in GreeceAnastasia Kostaki, Athens University of Economics and Business; Byron Kotzamanis, University of Thessaly

  3. Data reduction techniques for estimating TFR in Indian statesKushagra Gupta, Banaras Hindu University; K.K. Singh, Banaras Hindu University; Brijesh P. Singh, Banaras Hindu University

  4. Value-orientation and marriage behaviour in JapanNobutaka Fukuda, Aoyama Gakuin University

  5. Gender differential in educational attainments in India: comparing results of individual-level and household-level analysisZakir Husain, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur; Charanjit Kaur, University of Delhi; Mousumi Dutta, Presidency University

  6. Religiosity and fertility: Jews in IsraelBarbara S. Okun, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  7. Who is a migrant? Implications of definition on the migrant stock in BelgiumEdith Lodewijckx, Research Centre of the Flemish Government

  8. Socio-demographic factors associated with contraceptive use among young women in comparison with older women in UgandaJohn A. Mushomi, Makerere University; Patricia Ndugga, Makerere University; John Bosco Asiimwe, Makerere University

  9. Who is more likely to give their children a head start in life? Explaining seasonal variations in birthsJohan Dahlberg, Stockholm University

  10. Premarital life plans during the transition to adulthood in the United StatesRaquel Zanatta Coutinho, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  11. Does part-time employment reduce the conflict between work and inter-generational care?Martin Lakomý, Masaryk University; Martin Kreidl, Masaryk University

  12. Spatiality of health inequalities regarding economic crisis in HungaryDaniel Szilagyi, Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO); Annamaria Uzzoli, Institute of Regional Studies Centre for Economics and Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS)

  13. Mortality levels and causes of death in IranHossein Ghodrati, Hakim Sabzevari University; Shafieh Ghodrati, Hakim Sabzevari University

  14. Is 'ageing at home' the preference? A case study of older Spanish populationCelia Fernández-Carro, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  15. Time-inconsistency and the delay of childbirthWataru Kureishi, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  16. Salient fertility differences among different status groups of women on the verge of the new population policy in TurkeyM. Murat Yücesahin, Ankara University; Sutay Yavuz, Independent Researcher

  17. Demographic waves – the connection between the effects of demographic echo in Poland and the causes behind new demographic tendenciesAndrzej Raczaszek, University of Economics

  18. Seasonal variation of mortality in Novi Sad (Serbia): a role of air temperatureDaniela Arsenovic, University of Novi Sad; Branislav Djurdjev, University of Novi Sad; Stevan Savic, University of Novi Sad

  19. A spatial analysis of recent fertility patterns in SpainAlessandra Carioli, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University of Groningen; Daniel Devolder, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Joaquin Recaño Valverde, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  20. The qualitative and methodological aspects of recent increased fertility levels and trends in GeorgiaShorena Tsiklauri, Ilia State University

  21. Intercountry adopted - a follow-up in adulthoodHans Heggeman, Statistics Sweden; Anna-Karin Nylin, Statistics Sweden; Emma Snölilja, Statistics Sweden; Lars Jehpsson, Statistics Sweden

  22. Effects of women's autonomy on divorce: evidence from rural MalawiKim Deslandes, Université de Montréal

  23. Characteristics of and living arrangements amongst informal carers in England and Wales at the 2011 and 2001 censuses: stability, change and transitionJames Robards, University of Southampton; Maria Evandrou, University of Southampton; Jane C. Falkingham, University of Southampton; Athina Vlachantoni, University of Southampton

  24. (Un)Able to handle disadvantageous socio-demographical processes? Analysis of the performance of development policy - a case study of HungaryPeter Balogh, University of Szeged

  25. Changes in family policy in Latvia in the last yearsLiga Abolina, University of Latvia; Peteris Zvidrins, University of Latvia

  26. Becoming non-affiliated: a mixed-methods study on leaving the church in Austria and ViennaDesiree Krivanek, Vienna Institute of Demography; Caroline Berghammer, University of Vienna and Vienna Institute of Demography

  27. Lessons from the recent recession - demographic changes revisited: case of LatviaJuris Krumins, University of Latvia

  28. Between two worlds: culture and gender differences in educational attainment among the children of Canadian immigrantsTeresa Abada, University of Western Ontario; Kristyn Frank, Statistics Canada; Feng Hou, Statistics Canada

  29. Demographic policy in Russia in context of the gender transitionIrina E. Kalabikhina, Moscow State University

  30. The age structure transition and the demographic dividend: an opportunity and challenges for rapid economic development in IndiaPushpendra Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  31. Analysis of population changesNika Maglaperidze, Ilia State University; Marina Chodrishvili, Ilia State University

  32. Changing perspective of urbanization and urban male out-migration from Uttar Pradesh (India)Mashkoor Ahmad, Indian Institute of Dalit Studies (IIDS)

  33. The role of personality traits in the risk of marriage dissolution. Are personality traits adding to our understanding of the sociological and demographic antecedents of marriage dissolution?Dimitri Mortelmans, Universiteit Antwerpen; Koen Ponnet, Universiteit Antwerpen; Laurence Claes, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; Inge Pasteels, Universiteit Antwerpen

  34. Realisation of birth intentions and its effect on population of Hungary in the next 50 yearsErzsébet Földházi, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute

  35. Female labour supply in the Czech transition: effects of the work-life conciliation policiesAlzbeta Mullerova, Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense

  36. Parental loss and offspring mortality risk: does the timing of parental death affect a child’s post-reproductive survival?Robyn Donrovich, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; Koen Matthijs, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

  37. Implications of changes in the law on paternal and maternal leave in Iceland during the period 2001-2011Olof Gardarsdottir, University of Iceland; Heida Maria Sigurdardottir, Brown University

  38. The dynamics of cultural assimilation in an immigrant societyGuy Stecklov, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Ahmad S. Hleihel, Central Bureau of Statistics, Israel; Joshua R. Goldstein, University of California, Berkeley

  39. Attitudes towards immigrants: micro and macro effectsÁgnes Pakot, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS); Peter Robert, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS)

  40. The attraction of the city: female rural-urban migration as an investment in a prosperous familyJan Latten, University of Amsterdam, Statistics Netherlands ; Marjolijn Das, Statistics Netherlands

  41. Long-term demographic change and local socio-cultural patterns: household structure in 19-21st century HungaryPéter Öri, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute

  42. Towards a multi-modal fertility curve?Marion Burkimsher, Independent Researcher and Université de Lausanne

  43. Coherently forecasted mortality and its sensitivity to the method and the selection of countriesLenny Stoeldraijer, Statistics Netherlands; Fanny Janssen, University of Groningen

  44. Determinants of immigrants earnings in the Italian labour market: the role of human capital and country of originAnnalisa Donno, Università di Bologna; Rosella Rettaroli, Università di Bologna; Francesco Scalone, Università di Bologna

  45. How the household structure will change in the aging population of the Czech Republic in forthcoming decades?Pavlína Habartová, Charles University in Prague; Klara Hulikova Tesarkova, Charles University in Prague; Olga Sivkova, Charles University in Prague

  46. Long-term body weight trajectories and health in older adults: hierarchical clustering of functional curvesAnna Zajacova, University of Wyoming; Huong Nguyen, Ohio State University; Snehalata Huzurbazar, University of Wyoming

  47. Evolution of kinship structures and households in Africa. A case study in SenegalGilles Pison, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Bruno Masquelier, Université Catholique de Louvain

  48. Family support for population at age 50 and over in selected European countriesJolanta Kurkiewicz, Cracow University of Economics; Ewa Soja, Cracow University of Economics; Beata Osiewalska, Cracow University of Economics and Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  49. A study on the condition of young Italian NEETs and their trust in the futureSara Alfieri, Università Cattolica, Milan; Emiliano Sironi, Università Cattolica, Milan; Elena Marta, Università Cattolica, Milan; Alessandro Rosina, Università Cattolica, Milan; Daniela Marzana, Università Cattolica, Milan

  50. Entering the post-demographic transition phase in Japan: its concept, indicators and implicationsRyuzaburo Sato, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan; Ryuichi Kaneko, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  51. Modeling and forecasting the local population profile: integrate the "housing" variable. The case of Vernon, FranceNoémie De Andrade, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) and Université de Strasbourg

  52. Swedish-born return immigrants by parents country of birthAndreas Raneke, Statistics Sweden

  53. The families of the future - recent trends in family demography applied on Sweden's population forecastLena Lundkvist, Statistics Sweden; Karin Lundström, Statistics Sweden

  54. Methodology of under-coverage estimation used in Estonian PHC2011Ene-Margit Tiit, University of Tartu; Mare Vähi, University of Tartu

  55. Why do they stay when they are not supposed to? Reconsidering the push-pull theoryGábor Attila Feleky, Demographic Research Institute, Budapest; Irén Gödri, Demographic Research Institute, Budapest

  56. Slovenia: the case of a long-term co-existence of a well-developed family policy and a (lowest) low fertilityNada Stropnik, Institute for Economic Research, Slovenia

  57. Changes in the health of the Spanish population over the last 20 years: an approach analysing the evolution of healthy life expectancyUnai Martin, UPV/EHU; Rosa Gomez-Redondo, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)

  58. Population ageing in Portugal: a review and appraisal linking approachesMaria Cristina S. Gomes, Universidade de Aveiro; Maria João Guardado Moreira, ESE - Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco/CEPESE; Alda B. Azevedo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and University of Lisbon; Isabel Batista , ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa; Maria Mendes, Universidade de Évora; Lídia P. Tomé, Universidade de Évora

  59. Healthy life expectancy differences between older migrants and non-migrants in three European countriesMatias Reus-Pons, University of Groningen; Eva U. B. Kibele, University of Groningen; Fanny Janssen, University of Groningen

  60. Cognitive ability and labour force participation of people aged 50+ in the selected European countriesMaja Rynko, Educational Research Institute (IBE); Marta Palczynska, Educational Research Institute (IBE)

  61. Fertility evolution in Belgium and France during the 20th century. Filling the statistic gap with retrospective dataThierry Eggerickx, Université Catholique de Louvain; Sandra Bree, Université Catholique de Louvain; Rafael Costa, Université Catholique de Louvain; Jean-Paul Sanderson, Université Catholique de Louvain

  62. Migration and fertility in Portugal, evidence from ESS 2010Maria Magalhaes, Statistics Portugal and University of Évora; Maria Mendes, Universidade de Évora; Paulo Infante, University of Évora /CIMA

  63. Probation and recidivism in Italian juvenile crime: estimating the effect of intergenerational transmission of crime through a cohort of young criminalsLuca Pieroni, Università di Perugia; Odoardo Bussini, Università di Perugia; Donatella Lanari, Università di Perugia

  64. Who married whom in the late XVth century at the Barcelona AreaMiquel Amengual, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Anna Cabré, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  65. The significance of variations of human size dimorphism in stature in Europe in the field of health and well-beingAntonio D. Cámara, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  66. Sex ratio in family names, a tool for measuring migration. A historical case study (1573 - 1643)Joan Pau Jordà, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Anna Cabré, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  67. Counting immigrants: the combined use of administrative and census data in ItalyMaura Simone, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Mauro Albani, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Angela Silvestrini, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT)

  68. Ageing and health in Portugal: politics and practiseMaria João Guardado Moreira, ESE - Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco/CEPESE; Teresa Rodrigues, UNL/FCSH/CEPESE; João Estevens, FCSH/CEPESE

  69. Causes and consequences of the fertility stall in Israel: the case of Jewish settlersAnaïs Simard-Gendron, Université de Montréal; Simona Bignami, Université de Montréal

  70. How do women with a partner respond to activation policies? Household roles and employment effects of training and workfare in GermanyEva Kopf, Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Cordula D. Zabel, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)

  71. The migrations and depopulation in Opole SilesiaJoanna Dybowska, Instytut Slaski w Opolu

  72. Dialogue between the quantitative and the qualitative for better understanding the biographies of divorceMontse Solsona, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  73. Higher labour participation or more disability benefits – the results of the agent-based simulations of the retirement age increase in PolandPawel A. Strzelecki, Warsaw School of Economics

  74. An old relative at home: a burden or an asset for the Italian mid-life generation? An analysis with the Time Use SurveyMarina Zannella, Vienna Institute of Demography; Maria-Letizia Tanturri, Università di Padova

  75. The Gateway to Global Aging Data (G2G)Bas Weerman, University of Southern California; Sandy Chien, University of Southern California; Drystan Phillips, RAND Corporation; Jinkook Lee, RAND Corporation

  76. Ph.D. and childbearing? Education and work-life balance of Ph.D. studentsVeronika Paksi, Institute of Sociology, CSS, HAS and Corvinus University Budapest

  77. The use of cluster analysis to explore associations in population ageing in the Czech RepublicKornélia Cséfalvaiová, University of Economics, Prague (VSE); Elena Makhalova, University of Economics, Prague (VSE); Tomas Loster, University of Economics, Prague (VSE)