Friday, September 2
12:30 - 14:00 • Foyer P5 - P13

P2. Poster Session 2

1. Fertility and family policy in LatviaLiga Abolina, University of Latvia.

2. Older adults’ living arrangements in EuropeLiili Abuladze, Tallinn University.

3. European demographic change and population policy preferences in 31 European countriesMare Ainsaar, University of Tartu; Kadri Rootalu, University of Tartu.

5. Is there a relationship between suicide and alcohol related mortality in Hungary? A spatial panel approachLajos Bálint, Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO).

6. Extremity injuries and dementia disproportionately increase the risk for long-term care at older age. An analysis based on German health insurance routine dataAlexander Barth, Universität Rostock; Gabriele Doblhammer-Reiter, Universität Rostock; Anja Vatterrott, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

7. Are "good fathers" penalized on the remarriage market?Thomas Baudin, Université Catholique de Louvain; Sandra Bree, Université Catholique de Louvain.

8. Race, education and occupation patterns in the relationship between assortative marriage and earnings inequality for cohorts in BrazilDanyella Brito, Cedeplar, UFMG; Ana Hermeto, Cedeplar, UFMG.

9. Compliance and usage in the Generations and Gender ProgrammeArianna Caporali, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Tom Emery, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI).

10. The "healthy immigrant paradox" in perinatal health: evidence from differences between natives and migrants in birth weight in Spain and EcuadorHéctor Cebolla-Boado, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED); Leire Salazar, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED).

11. Welfare state and the inter-generational redistribution of public and private consumptionAgnieszka Chlon-Dominczak, Warsaw School of Economics; Irena E. Kotowska, Warsaw School of Economics; Anita Abramowska-Kmon, Warsaw School of Economics; Wojciech Latkowski, Warsaw School of Economics.

12. Changes in family and partnership life courses for men and women over cohorts in France and differences according to social backgroundVianney Costemalle, Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques (INSEE).

13. The consumption of tobacco in Africa: research of the factors in Ivory CoastAimé Dago, Institut National de la Statistique, Côte d'Ivoire.

14. Fertility analysis with SILC: a quantification of measurement biasAurélien Dasre, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense and Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Angela Greulich, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

15. The circular migration in the South of France in the field of agriculture: a chosen or imposed domination?Teresa De Oliveira, Center for Social Innovation.

16. On the speed of demographic agingGustavo De Santis, Università di Firenze; Giambattista Salinari, Università degli Studi di Sassari.

17. Analysis of factors of non use at first antenatal visit by teenagers during first pregnancies in Yaoundé, CameroonLidwine Sonia De-Banguirys, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD); Justin Dansou, University of Ibadan; Gervais Beninguisse, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD).

18. Mixed marriage and migration: Russian brides in IstanbulAyla Deniz, Ankara University; E. Murat Özgür, Ankara University.

19. Is the law of nature in human fertility revealed in the rapid modernization of Northern Norway 1930-1980?Anne Grethe Flakstad, Independent Researcher.

20. Effect of apparent temperature on mortality of persons with dementiaThomas Fritze, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE).

21. Gender role division and well-being of the couples: evidence from the Netherlands, Germany and JapanSetsuya Fukuda, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan.

22. Investigating mortality inequality and its related factors among provinces of IranHossein Ghodrati, Hakim Sabzevari University; Shafieh Ghodrati, Hakim Sabzevari University.

24. Realization of migration intentions – lessons from a panel studyIrén Gödri, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Gábor Attila Feleky, Corvinus University of Budapest.

25. Cutting the Gordian knot of families exclusion in poor neighborhoods: policy lessons from qualitative research on excluded families – the case study of the Lódz Municipality in PolandIzabela Grabowska, Warsaw School of Economics; Pawel Sliwowski, University of Warsaw.

26. Parents’ work schedules and children’s time use: the Spanish casePablo Gracia, European University Institute; Joan Garcia Roman, University of Minnesota.

27. Population ageing in Croatia - the case study of the Zadar CountyVera Graovac Matassi, University of Zadar.

28. Physical activity over the life course: the effects of partnering and childbearingEdith E. Gray, Australian National University; Sophie Pennec, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

29. Ethnic-specific and ethnic-nonspecific factors for ethnicity non-identification in BulgariaKaloyan Haralampiev, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski"; Dimitar Blagoev, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski".

30. Patterns of neoplasm mortality and incidence rates in the Central European countries: guide for better targeting of the prevention and screeningKlara Hulikova Tesarkova, Charles University in Prague.

31. The protective effect of coresidence for adolescent mothers in Latin AmericaJordana Jesus, Cedeplar, UFMG; Simone Wajnman, Cedeplar, UFMG; Cassio M. Turra, Cedeplar, UFMG.

32. Family-work balance in Russian demographic and family policy: insufficient or déjà vuIrina E. Kalabikhina, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

33. The effect of prenatal Ramadan exposure on child health in Indonesia: a longitudinal perspectiveYohanes Sondang Kunto, Wageningen University; Jornt Mandemakers, Wageningen University.

34. Informal support for the elderly in selected European countries from the perspective of caregiversJolanta Kurkiewicz, Cracow University of Economics; Ewa Soja, Cracow University of Economics.

35. Determinants leading to the realisation of male reproduction – the timing of male fertility in the Czech Republic: a microlevel approachRenata Kyzlinková, Research Institute for Labour and Social Affairs (RILSA); Anna Stastna, Charles University in Prague and Research Institute for Labour and Social Affairs (RILSA).

37. The marriage wealth premium revisitedPhilipp M. Lersch, University of Cologne.

38. Testing alternative aggregation methods using ordinal data for a census asset-based wealth indexRodrigo Lovaton Davila, University of Minnesota.

39. The advantage of co-residence of grandparents and sufficient household wealth on life satisfaction of preadolescent grandchildren in Thai societyAksarapak Lucktong, Mahidol University; Aphichat Chamratrithirong, Mahidol University.

41. Kurdish women’s fertility behavior and its determinants in Iran using hierarchical linear modelSerajeddin Mahmoudiani, University of Tehran; Mohamadreza Boroumandzade, University of Tehran; Mohammad Daneshgar, Azad University.

42. A mortality model based on a mixture distribution functionStefano Mazzuco, Università di Padova; Lucia Zanotto, Università di Padova; Bruno Scarpa, Università di Padova.

44. Change of women's employment patterns in Spain - implications for fertilityRyohei Mogi, Meiji University.

45. Needs assessment of environmental statistics in the selected European and Central Asian countries: data quality and reliabilityNader Motie Haghshenas, National Institute of Population Research, Iran; Mohammad Mirzaie, University of Tehran; Arezou Sayadi, Regional Center for Population Research and Studies in Asia and the Pacific.

46. Can we verify the existence of a human mortality plateau today or in the near future?Laszlo Nemeth, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Maciej Danko, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Trifon I. Missov, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

47. Reconstructing mortality in Brazilian municipalities: methods, limitations, and examplesBernardo L. Queiroz, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Everton E. C. Lima, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP); Trifon I. Missov, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Adam Lenart, Max-Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging and University of Southern Denmark.

48. Long-term demographic implications of low fertility in the region of former YugoslaviaVladimir Nikitovic, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade.

49. Half a century of changes in the geography of fertility in Tunisia: divergences and convergences?Zahia Ouadah-Bedidi, Université Paris-Diderot and Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Jacques Vallin, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Ibtihel Bouchoucha, Université de Montréal.

50. Deviations from best practices mortality in Mexico: homicides and adult mortality, 1990-2010Nancy Plascencia, Independent Consultant; Jose Manuel Aburto, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Ainhoa Alustiza, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Tim Riffe, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

51. Low fertility in Serbia: new insightsMirjana Rasevic, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade.

52. The demographic diversity of migrant populations in AustraliaJames Raymer, Australian National University; Yanlin Shi, Australian National University; Tom Wilson, Charles Darwin University.

53. Job satisfaction of older employees – a comparative analysis of German and Hungarian dataMariann Rigó, Corvinus University of Budapest; Éva Berde, Corvinus University of Budapest.

54. Mortality among Finnish seafarers in 2001-2013Hanna Rinne, Rehabilitation Foundation, Finland; Riikka Shemeikka, Rehabilitation Foundation, Finland; Veijo J. Notkola, Rehabilitation Foundation, Finland.

55. Foreign retirees, municipalities and registration in SpainVicente Rodriguez, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Raúl Lardiés-Bosque, Universidad de Zaragoza.

56. Measure to define: characterization of urban shrinkage in FranceMathilde Rudolph, Université de Strasbourg; Frédérique Cornuau, Université Lille 1; Nicolas Cauchi-Duval, Université de Strasbourg.

57. Grandparents and kindergartens: childcare combinations and second births in the United KingdomRoberta Rutigliano, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

58. Widowhood and immune system: register-based study of anti-infective medication use in Denmark, 1995-2012Adriana Santacroce, Sapienza Università di Roma; Jonas Wastesson, Karolinska Institutet; Kaare Christensen, University of Southern Denmark and Odense University Hospital; Anna Oksuzyan, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

59. Fields of action in relation to demographic change - results of an expert consultationAnja Schaefer, Universität Potsdam; Madani Roya, Universität Potsdam; Magnus Müller, Universität Potsdam.

60. Social support in partnerships and labor market outcomes of immigrants in GermanyVerena Seibel, Universität Konstanz.

61. The latest trends of adult mortality in RussiaVictoria G. Semyonova, Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics, Russia; Tamara P. Sabgayda, Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics, Russia.

62. Gender and time use patterns among Iranian older adultsMaryam Sharifian Sani, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran; Nasibeh Zanjari, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran; Rasoul Sadeghi, University of Tehran and National Institute of Population Research, Iran; Shahnaz Babakhanian, Independent Researcher.

63. The dimensions of successful ageing in Iran: “structure” and “agency”Nasibeh Zanjari, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran; Maryam Sharifian Sani, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran; Meimanat Hosseini Chavoshi, Australian National University; Hassan Rafiey, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran; Farahnaz Mohammadi Shahbolaghi, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran.

64. Intention of irregular migration to Europe among Afghans in IranMohammad Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi, University of Tehran and Australian National University; Meimanat Hosseini Chavoshi, Australian National University; Rasoul Sadeghi, University of Tehran and National Institute of Population Research, Iran; Peter McDonald, Australian National University.

65. The dynamics of fertility amongst the Jewish population of Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza Strip from 1990 to 2010Anaïs Simard-Gendron, Université de Montréal; Simona Bignami, Université de Montréal.

66. Core and periphery of Indian diaspora: a comparative study of occupation, household and gender relations in the USA and SpainNachatter Singh Garha, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), UAB; Rocio Treviño-Maruri, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Andreu Domingo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

67. Immigrants' geographic mobility is higher than you think: evidence from FranceMatthieu Solignac, University of Pennsylvania.

68. Married women’s employment and the timing of the 1st marriage and the 1st childbirth in Japan: patterns and covariatesKeita Suga, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan.

69. U - shape link between education and childlessness in Hungary - a new Central European phenomenonLaura Szabó, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Balázs Kapitány, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Adél Katalin Rohr, Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO).

70. Ageing transition and grandparenting in Iran: a socio-demographic surveyMohammad Taghi Sheykhi, Al-Zahra University.

71. Housing and health outcomes of HIV positive persons in the lower Manya Krobo District, GhanaEric Tenkorang, Memorial University; Adobea Owusu, University of Ghana; Amos Laar, University of Ghana.

72. Psychosocial support and treatment adherence counseling among persons living with HIV/AIDS in Manya Krobo: do housing and housing conditions matter?Mabel Teye-kau, Memorial University; Adobea Owusu, University of Ghana; Eric Tenkorang, Memorial University; Amos Laar, University of Ghana.

73. Latin American's concentration and dispersion residential strategies in Madrid and Barcelona metropolitan areas. A demographic analysis through residential mobilityJenniffer Thiers, Universitat de Barcelona; Jordi Bayona-i-Carrasco, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), UAB; Isabel Pujadas, Universitat de Barcelona.

74. Declining cohort fertility in China: persistent differences by education and household registrationSiyu Tian, Peking University.

75. Residency testingEne-Margit Tiit, University of Tartu.

76. Age at first birth and life outcomes: the case of teenage mothers in the ONS Longitudinal StudyJohn Tomkinson, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) and Université de Strasbourg.

77. Determinants of household size in IranFatemeh Torabi, University of Tehran; Mohammad Haddadi, University of Tehran.

78. Educational assortative mating and couples' fertilityAlessandra Trimarchi, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and Sapienza Università di Roma; Jan Van Bavel, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.

82. Challenges in the period of epidemiological renewal in Hungary: relationship between smoking and the unfavourable mortality conditions of middle-aged and older womenAndrás Wéber, Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO).

83. Religiosity and gender differences in transition to first intercourse among Polish studentsWiktoria Wroblewska, Warsaw School of Economics.

84. Ultra-low fertility in Korea: the role of tempo effectSam Hyun Yoo, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) and International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Tomas Sobotka, Vienna Institute of Demography.

85. Coordination or inequality? Couple’s time use and labor division in ChinaDong Zhang, Sun Yat-sen University; Wanli Nie, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

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