Time Schedule

Please visit the scientific program website for the scientific program of EPC2016 (sessions by day): http://epc2016.princeton.edu/days

 

Time Schedule

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The Registration Office will be open from August 31 – September 3 2016. Onsite registration will be possible.

 

EPC 2016 Program Summary

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

13    Fertility (merged with Session 55)
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

 

Reference Documents

Scientific Program Website

Program Booklet EPC 2016