Sessions

Thursday, September 1 / 9:00 - 10:30

1. Family and fertility
2. Mortality and longevity
3. Migration and the family: structure and process
4. Well-being and gender attitudes
5. Recession and fertility
6. Fertility preferences 1
7. Migration and the life course
8. Assortative mating
9. Health and mortality in the past
10. Life course and education
11. Rural and urban migration
12. Adapting to ageing - policy responses in the pension system

Thursday, September 1 / 11:00 - 12:30

14. Family transitions, employment and earnings
15. Longevity advances and their determinants
16. Climate change, migration and urbanisation
17. The impact of recession on life course
18. Fertility and social change
19. Policy Issues
20. Marriage and cohabiting patterns in the past
21. Regional mortality differences
22. Measuring fertility
23. The demographic impact of the German National Cohort (GNC)
24. Female employment around birth

Thursday, September 1 / 12:30 - 14:00

P1. Poster Session 1

Thursday, September 1 / 14:00 - 15:30

25. Transition to adulthood
26. Aging and retirement
27. Migrant assimilation
28. Health disparities and well-being at older ages
29. Divorce and union dissolution 1
30. Innovations in demographic methods
31. Cohabitation versus marriage
32. Urban population dynamics
33. Quality of intergenerational ties
34. Making use of family policy: fertility and labour market effects
35. Survival: Exploring biological and confounding factors
36. Mortality in Central and Eastern Europe
37. Consequences of care-giving

Thursday, September 1 / 16:00 - 17:30

38. Health, well-being and morbidity
39. Employment and well-being
40. Education and fertility 1
41. Mental well-being of older adults
42. Well-being and family environment
43. Gender and fertility
44. Cross-national comparisons of internal migration
45. Parent-child relationship
46. Sexual and reproductive health
47. Determinants and consequences of immigrants' residential choices
48. Dimensions of health transition in developing countries
49. New perspectives on emigration and return migration

Friday, September 2 / 9:00 - 10:30

50. Disparities in mortality trends across developed countries
51. European fertility
52. Life course and female employment
53. Grandparenting
54. Gender equity and division of labor
55. Fertility preferences 3
56. Determinants of internal migration and mobility
57. Immigration and educational differentiation
58. Modelling fertility
59. Population projections and forecasts
60. Physical health of older adults
61. Sterility and reproductive impairments

Friday, September 2 / 11:00 - 12:30

62. Migration, politics and welfare states
63. Health and education
64. Attitudes, culture, religion
65. Population, development and environment interactions
66. Forecasting mortality
67. Education and fertility 2
68. Labor market activity of older adults and care givers
69. Data sources and methods quality
70. Mobility and population dynamics in the past
71. Transfers between generations and family policy
72. Biology, technology, genetics and fertility
73. Families and gender
74. New directions in migration measurement

Friday, September 2 / 12:30 - 14:00

P2. Poster Session 2

Friday, September 2 / 14:00 - 15:30

75. Economic and social consequences of population ageing
76. Gender disparities in health
77. Gender, fertility and sex preferences
78. Family structure
79. Divorce and union dissolution 2
80. Happiness and childbearing
81. Child well-being, health and development
82. Lifespan disparity and longevity
83. Migrants on the labour market
84. Fertility preferences 2
85. Consequences of internal migration and mobility
86. Modelling mortality
87. Family policy vs. changes in fertility patterns

Friday, September 2 / 16:00 - 17:30

88. Comparative perspectives on migration and fertility
89. Health in contexts
90. Integration challenges of forced migration
91. After divorce and widowhood
92. Single parenthood
93. Socioeconomic differentials in mortality
94. Education and fertility 3
95. Trends and impact of infant/child mortality in the past
96. Gender issues in sexual and reproductive health
97. Determinants of intergenerational transfers
98. Modelling unions and other transitions to adulthood
99. Influences of advantages and disadvantages across the life course on mortality

Friday, September 2 / 17:30 - 19:00

P3. Poster Session 3

Saturday, September 3 / 9:00 - 10:30

100. Analyzing life expectancy and lifespan: factors and methods
101. Comparative perspectives on intermarriage in Europe
102. Marriage and repartnering
103. Immigrants' economic and material well-being: causes and consequences
104. The economic context of childbearing
105. Family development
106. Advances in cause of death analysis
107. Health of the elderly from different perspectives
108. Biodemography and later life outcomes
109. Children's health: Determinants and policy approaches
110. Education and gender
111. Before, during and after the fertility transition

Saturday, September 3 / 11:00 - 12:30

112. Childlessness
113. Migration and labor market integration
114. Terms of belonging: immigrant integration
115. Families, health and well-being
116. Policy and fertility
117. Child development
118. Union formation and singlehood
119. Demographic change, social networks and quality of life
120. Abortion: attitudes and determinants
121. Ethnicity, migration, and mortality
122. Maternal age, living environments and well-being
123. Immigration, acculturation and health status