Friday, June 27 / 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM   •   Main Foyer South

Poster Session 2

  1. A ticket to ride? Immigration policies, channels of entry and migratory processesAlessio Cangiano, University of the South Pacific ; Roberto Impicciatore, Università degli Studi di Milano

  2. Regional peculiarities of mortality variance by education in RussiaElena V. Zemlyanova, Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics, Moscow ; Alla E. Ivanova, Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics, Moscow

  3. Life-course and transition to adulthood in China: the case study of Beijing in a comparative perspective between two cohorts born in the 1950s and 1980sSandra Constantin, University of Geneva

  4. Presence of grandparents and labour market outcomes of mothers: evidence from Kolkata, IndiaMousumi Dutta, Presidency University ; Zakir Husain, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

  5. Using the community-based health planning and services program to promote skilled delivery in rural GhanaEvelyn Sakeah, Boston University and Navrongo Health Research Centre ; Lois McCloskey, Boston University ; Judith Bernstein, Boston University ; Kojo Yeboah-Antwi, Boston University ; Samuel Mills, World Bank Group ; Henry V. Doctor, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

  6. Measuring achievement and shortfall improvements in a consistent wayIñaki Permanyer, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  7. Gender ideology among ever-married women in Turkey: the pervasive strength of patriarchy?Ilknur Yüksel-Kaptanoglu, Hacettepe University ; Eva Bernhardt, Stockholm University

  8. Family model changes in Poland - threats and challengesJoanna Szczepaniak-Sienniak, Wroclaw University of Economics

  9. Actual age of exit and expected retirement age of the Spanish adult populationMadelín Gómez León, University of Southampton

  10. Individualization and family: Portuguese regional diversity in the transition to adulthood - northwest Portugal as a case-studyJoana Santos, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

  11. A fuzzy approach to multidimensional material deprivation measurement: the case of foreigners living in ItalyMarco Fattore, Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca ; Daria Mendola, Università degli Studi di Palermo ; Annalisa Busetta, Università degli Studi di Palermo ; Alberto Arcagni, Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca

  12. High intention for single-child family among prospective couples in Iran: is it a sign of second demographic transition?Farideh Khalajabadi Farahani, National Institute in Population Studies and Comprehensive Management of I.R. of Iran

  13. Trends in male and female healthy life expectancy in Russian Federation (years 1994-2010)Alexander Ramonov, National Research University Higher School of Economics

  14. Sports demography: demographic analysis applied to populations of athletesPetra Dupalová, Charles University in Prague

  15. Nest-leaving patterns in SwedenAnna-Karin Nylin, Statistics Sweden

  16. Patterns of intergenerational co-residence. Evidence from former socialist countriesMihaela Haragus, Babes-Bolyai University

  17. Irregular migration in sub-Saharan Africa: causes and consequences of young adult migration from southern Ethiopia to South AfricaTeshome D. Kanko, Wolaita Sodo University ; Charles H. Teller, George Washington University and Addis Ababa University

  18. Illness of aged parents and children relationships with them: case study of aged parents of Sabzevar City-IranShafieh Ghodrati, Hakim Sabzevari University ; Hossein Ghodrati, Hakim Sabzevari University ; Dariush Boostani, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman

  19. A new look at the European populations in the long termGiampaolo Lanzieri, European Commission, Eurostat

  20. Women's migration in Iran: the level, trend and socio-demographic correlatesHossein Mahmoudian, University of Tehran

  21. Impact of E.M. Jellinek on alcohol studies organizing as a distinct professional fieldGabor Kelemen, University of Pécs ; Monika Márk, University of Pécs

  22. Dynamics of ethnic structures in the Baltic countries in the 21st centuryPeteris Zvidrins, University of Latvia ; Atis Berzins, University of Latvia

  23. Reconstructing the past using multistate population projections: the example of religious denominations in the City of Vienna from 1971 to 2011Anne Goujon, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) ; Ramon Bauer, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU)

  24. A structure of childbearing motivationJolanta Rytel, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University ; Monika Mynarska, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University

  25. The future of religion: projecting global religious populations to 2050Marcin Stonawski, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and Cracow University of Economics ; Conrad Hackett, Pew Research Center ; Vegard Skirbekk, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) ; Michaela Potancokova, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) ; Phillip Connor, Pew Research Center ; Guy J. Abel, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) ; Brian J. Grim, Religious Freedom & Business Foundation

  26. Health, productivity and ageingMaciej Lis, Institute for Structural Research ; Iga Magda, Warsaw School of Economics

  27. Transition to end of education and motherhood. A comparative analysis of changes over time in Eastern EuropeCornelia Muresan, Babes-Bolyai University

  28. Regional differences in population ageing in Spain (the case of the Valencian community)Carles Simó, University of Valencia ; Salvador Mendez Martinez, University of Valencia ; Gaiane Safarova, Saint-Petersburg Institute for Economics and Mathematics RAS

  29. Germany’s new culture of welcome: changing opportunity structures and the labour market integration of new immigrantsLenore Sauer, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany ; Andreas Ette, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany ; Rabea Mundil-Schwwarz, German Federal Statistical Office ; Harun Sulak, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany

  30. Projection of the educational attainment of the Hungarian population from 2001 to 2030: modelling education with a dynamic microsimulation model - ISMIKJulia Varga, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS) ; Zoltán Hermann, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS)

  31. Parenthood and happiness at different ages of the childMalgorzata Mikucka, Université Catholique de Louvain ; Ester L. Rizzi, Université Catholique de Louvain

  32. Applying frailty models to analyze the duration of unemployment in TurkeyNihal Ata Tutkun, Hacettepe University ; Durdu Karasoy, Hacettepe University

  33. The future of the Portuguese population in discussion: how aging will influence household structures?Maria Mendes, Universidade de Évora ; Lídia P. Tomé, Universidade de Évora ; Filipe Ribeiro, Universidade de Évora

  34. Convergence and divergence tendencies among European countries: possibilities of study and position of the Czech Republic according to recent mortality developmentDan Kašpar, Charles University in Prague ; Klara Hulikova Tesarkova, Charles University in Prague ; Pavel Zimmermann, University of Economics, Prague (VSE)

  35. Harmful effects of female commuting on partnership stability: selection or causation?Stefanie A. Kley, Universität Hamburg ; Michael Feldhaus, University of Bremen

  36. Family formation processes in Eastern and Western Germany. How important are regionally diverse values?Katrin Schiefer, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany ; Robert Naderi, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany

  37. Cohort mortality forecasting: examples from selected European countriesPetr Mazouch, University of Economics, Prague (VSE) ; Klara Hulikova Tesarkova, Charles University in Prague

  38. The influence of social class on paths to adulthood in ItalyRomina Fraboni, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT)

  39. That is easier said than done: childbearing intentions and their realization in a short-term perspectiveAnne-Kristin Kuhnt, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research ; Heike Trappe, University of Rostock

  40. Productivity and shortage of labor: the case of RussiaAlexander A. Grebenyuk, Moscow State University

  41. Which mechanisms leading to childlessness prevail? A search for similarities and disparities among Eastern European countriesCristina Faludi, Babes-Bolyai University

  42. Household demographic and socio-economic predictors of agricultural practices, land use and environmental degradation perception in the Paute catchment (Ecuador)Raul Vanegas, Université de Namur ; Fabrice C. E. M. Demoulin, Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix, Belgium ; Sabine J. F. Henry, Université de Namur

  43. Trajectories to living alone at midlife in Canada: a comparison by gender and over timeZenaida R. Ravanera, University of Western Ontario ; Fernando Rajulton, University of Western Ontario ; Roderic Beaujot, University of Western Ontario

  44. Daily mortality counts and summer heat waves in Belgrade (Serbia)Jelena Stojilkovic, Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic" SASA ; Vlasta Kokotovic, Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic" SASA ; Gorica Stanojevic, Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic" SASA ; Aleksandra Spalevic, Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic" SASA

  45. Realization of retirement plans in HungaryMárta Radó, Corvinus University of Budapest

  46. Stalling modernization of family values: a quarter century of change and stabilityAdél Katalin Rohr, Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO) ; Zsolt Spéder, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute

  47. Is there active ageing in the post-socialist countries? Example of Croatia and SerbiaSanja Klempic Bogadi, Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Croatia ; Vladimir Nikitovic, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade

  48. The cohort fertility transition in Slovakia: the postponement and recuperation processBranislav Šprocha, Institute of Informatics and Statistics (INFOSTAT)

  49. Register-based household statisticsMargareta Carlsson, Statistics Sweden

  50. EU27s population ageing: is the divide in conditions followed by a split in attitudes?Jitka Rychtarikova, Charles University in Prague

  51. Cohabitation premiums in Denmark: income effects in immigrant-native partnershipsAnnika Elwert, Lund University ; Anna Tegunimataka, Lund University

  52. Swedish registers - a gold mine for medical researchHåkan Sjöberg, Statistics Sweden ; Andreas Blomquist, Statistics Sweden

  53. Integration of migrants: longitudinal and cross-sectional approachCinzia Conti, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT) ; Eugenia Bellini, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT) ; Daniela Ghio, European Commission, EASO ; Rottino Fabio Massimo, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT)

  54. Education and second births in Hungary. The mediating role of union statusTamás Bartus, Corvinus University of Budapest and Demographic Research Institute, Budapest

  55. Who are the parents that have children with shared residence? The case of SwedenLotta Persson, Statistics Sweden ; Anna Nyman, Statistics Sweden ; Pia Fagerström, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs ; Jessica Löfvenholm, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs

  56. The spatial-temporal patterns of fertility transition in Belgium (1886-1935)Rafael Costa, Université Catholique de Louvain

  57. Visualizing global international migration flowsNikola D. Sander, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) ; Ramon Bauer, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) ; Guy J. Abel, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU)

  58. Examining the role of international migration in global population projectionsGuy J. Abel, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) ; Samir K.C., Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) ; Nikola D. Sander, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU)

  59. Characteristics of floating elderly in China — analysis based on the sixth population census data in ChinaXiangjing Meng, Renmin University of China

  60. An impending burden of disabled older adults? Health dynamics of older populations across four continentsDaniela Weber, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU)

  61. Effect of intrauterine development and nutritional status on perinatal, intrauterine and neonatal mortalityPéter Berko, University of Miskolc ; Kalman Joubert, Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO) ; Eva Gardos, Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO) ; Gyula Gyenis , Eötvös Loránd University

  62. Childbirth trends in Estonia in the light of the 2011 censusMare Vähi, University of Tartu ; Ene-Margit Tiit, University of Tartu

  63. Forerunners of the demographic transition: Jews in Bohemia in the 18th and 19th centuries – micro- and macro-data perspectiveJana Vobecká, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

  64. Divergent patterns of de-standardisation - education and the family life course in seven European countriesOkka Zimmermann, Technische Universität Braunschweig and Universität Göttingen ; Dirk Konietzka, TU Braunschweig

  65. Gender specific effects of international mobility on family formation: evidence from the German Diplomatic ServiceStine Waibel, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany ; Julika Hillmann, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany ; Heiko Rüger, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany ; Norbert F. Schneider, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany

  66. A statistical approach to poverty at the Barcelona Area, 1720-1860Miquel Valls Fígols, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona ; Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona ; Anna Cabré, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  67. Comparison of changes in reproductive behaviour in five European countries using the framework of the Second Demographic TransitionHelena Polesná

  68. Family and school effects in the explanation of migrant-native differentials in performance and educational expectations in SpainHector Cebolla, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) ; Amparo Gonzalez-Ferrer, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) ; Yasemin Soysal, University of Essex

  69. Who supports family policy?Mare Ainsaar, University of Tartu

  70. Immigrant integration and “welcome-ability” of Canadian cities: a multilevel analysis of the 2006 Canadian census dataFernando Rajulton, University of Western Ontario ; Zenaida R. Ravanera, University of Western Ontario

  71. The changing borders of the European east-west health divide: blurring, shifting or multiplying?Liubov V. Borisova, Södertörn University

  72. How wrong could parameter estimates be? Statistical consequences of fitting the wrong model to human mortality dataLaszlo Nemeth, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research ; Trifon I. Missov, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  73. Regional and socioeconomic inequalities in lung cancer mortality in Belgium, 2001-2009Paulien Hagedoorn, Vrije Universiteit Brussel ; Katrien Vanthomme, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

  74. Family migration patterns of Moroccans living in SpainDolores Lopez, Universidad de Navarra

  75. Couples’ childlessness and parenthood as a result of male and female socioeconomic status: Bayesian analysis in case of selected European countriesBeata Osiewalska, Cracow University of Economics and Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  76. Is low fertility in the Czech Republic an inevitable outcome of the new reproductive pattern?Anna Stastna, Research Institute for Labour and Social Affairs (RILSA) ; Jirina Kocourková, Charles University in Prague

  77. Job displacement and fertility over the business cycleBarbara Hofmann, University of Mannheim and Institute for Employment Research (IAB) ; Michaela Kreyenfeld, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research ; Arne Uhlendorff, University of Mannheim

  78. Demographic change and regional development strategies: some suggestions from human capital demographic projections. Lessons learned in Emilia-Romagna and Friuli Venezia Giulia Italian RegionsSerena Francovig, Informest ; Angelina Mazzocchetti, Regione Emilia-Romagna ; Irene Plet, Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia

  79. Marriages of women from former-USSR in Italy… a step towards integration?Antonella Guarneri, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT) ; Cinzia Conti, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT) ; Giancarlo Gualtieri, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT) ; Rottino Fabio Massimo, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT)

  80. The role of migration in the rural peripheralization in post-Soviet LatviaZaiga Krisjane, University of Latvia ; Elina Apsite-Berina, University of Latvia ; Ineta Grine, University of Latvia ; Liga Feldmane, University of Latvia ; Maris Berzins, University of Latvia

  81. Roma in Europe – socio-economic situation and well-beingSabine Springer, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)

  82. Employment opportunities and internal migration flows in IranHamideh Nazari, University of Yazd, Iran ; Abbas Askari-Nodoushan, University of Yazd, Iran

  83. Spatial fertility differentials in Spain duration the demographic transition with a focus on childlessnessRoser Nicolau Nos, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona ; Daniel Devolder, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  84. The gender division of household production in a lifecycle perspective. A comparison between Italy and SpainRosario Ivano Scandurra, Universitat de Barcelona ; Marina Zannella, Vienna Institute of Demography

  85. Change in values and beliefs on child careNorbert S. Neuwirth, Austrian Institute for Family Studies

  86. International migration, relative deprivation and cultural similarityChiara Strozzi, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia ; Mariola Pytlikova, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava ; Ennio Bilancini, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

  87. The processes of ageing in modern societies: adaptive strategies of population 60+ in Russian regionsIrina N. Molodikova, Central European University