Chairs:

Livia Olah: Session 34. Making use of family policy: fertility and labour market effects
Gerda Neyer: Session 71. Transfers between generations and family policy
Sven Drefahl: Session 99. Influences of advantages and disadvantages across the life course on mortality
Andrea Monti: Session 90. Integration challenges of forced migration

 

Paper Presentations:
Male fertility in consensual unions and marriages: selected post-socialist countries. Cornelia Muresan (Babes-Bolyai University), Livia Olah (SUDA)

Competing subsidies? The impact of various policy measures on second births in contemporary Hungary. Livia Olah (SUDA); Lívia Murinkó (Hungarian Demographic Research Institute); Zsolt Speder (Hungarian Demographic Research Institute).

Implications of changes in the gendered educational advantage on family building: an agent-based model of first partnership formation in Sweden (the age-educational attainment trade-off). Hernan Mondani (Stockholm University); Livia Olah (SUDA).

Whose social mobility matters to fertility behavior: his, hers or neither at certain statuses? Sunnee Billingsley (SUDA)

What is the influence of childhood exposure to cultural norms? The role of segregation and community composition in explaining migrant fertility
Ben Wilson (SUDA/LSE); Jouni Kuha (LSE).

Parents’ preferences for the sex of their children in Sweden: attitudes and behavior. Vitor F. Miranda (SUDA); Johan Dahlberg (SUDA); Gunnar Andersson (SUDA).

Two decades of same-sex marriage in Sweden: a demographic account. Gunnar Andersson (SUDA); Martin Kolk (SUDA).

Cohabitation and marriage in China: past and present. Li Ma (SUDA); Ester L. Rizzi (Université Catholique de Louvain).

Diagonal reference models in longitudinal analyses of fertility and mortality. Sven Drefahl (SUDA); Sunnee Billingsley (SUDA); Gebrenegus Ghilagaber (SUDA).

Of leaders and losers - old age mortality paradoxes. Karin Modig (Karolinska Institutet); Sven Drefahl (SUDA); Anders Ahlbom (Karolinska Institutet).

Sex differences in mortality by ethnic background. Anna Oksuzyan (Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research); Sven Drefahl (SUDA); Rune Lindahl-Jacobsen (Max-Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging).

Strategies for dual-caring: work or family strategies? Helen Eriksson (SUDA).

How many and when? Different approaches to study fertility of migrants in Italy. Patrizia Giannantoni (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II); Eleonora Mussino (SUDA); Giuseppe Gabrielli (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II); Salvatore Strozza (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II).

Sex preferences for children among foreign-born mothers in Sweden. Eleonora Mussino (SUDA); Vitor F. Miranda (SUDA); Li Ma (SUDA).

Policies implication or personal experience? Integration of refugees in France and Sweden. Elena Ambrosetti (Sapienza Università di Roma); Eleonora Mussino (SUDA); Andrea Monti (SUDA).

Patterns and motives behind onward, return and circular migration among forced migrants. Andrea Monti (SUDA).

Is the end of female educational hypergamy the end of hypergamy? Margarita Chudnovskaya (SUDA); Ridhi Kashyap (University of Oxford and Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research).

Family (In)stability after the birth of an unplanned child. Klara Capkova (SUDA).

Timing of parenthood, earnings trajectories, and earnings accumulation in Sweden. Stefano Cantalini (Università degli Studi di Milano); Juho Härkönen (SUDA); Johan Dahlberg (SUDA).

Parental background and union dissolution from a cross-national comparative perspective. Anne M. D. Brons (Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)); Juho Härkönen (SUDA).

Double disadvantage in a Nordic welfare state: a demographic analysis of the single mother employment gap in Finland, 1987–2011. Juho Härkönen (SUDA); Eevi Lappalainen (University of Turku); Marika Jalovaara (University of Turku).

Moving back to “mamma”? Divorce, intergenerational co-residence and family solidarity in Sweden. Marco Albertini (Università di Bologna); Michael Gahler (Stockholm University); Juho Härkönen (SUDA).

Education and union formation among children of immigrants in Sweden. Ognjen Obucina (SUDA).

A new look into mix-marriages. The role of market constraints in Spain. Amparo Gonzalez-Ferrer (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)); Ognjen Obucina (SUDA); Clara Cortina (Universitat Pompeu Fabra); Teresa Castro Martin (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)).

Unequal housework = divorce? Couples housework, relationship satisfaction and dissolution. Leah Ruppanner (University of Melbourne); Maria Brandén (SUDA); Jani Turunen (SUDA).

The effect of the Great Recession on permanent childlessness in Italy. Chiara Ludovica Comolli (SUDA); Marcantonio Caltabiano (Università di Messina); Alessandro Rosina (Università Cattolica).

Fertility among the descendants of immigrants: the analysis of longitudinal data from eight European countries. Hill Kulu (University of Liverpool); Tina Hannemann (University of Liverpool); Ariane Pailhé (INED); Karel Neels (Universiteit Antwerpen); Leen Rahnu (Tallinn University); Allan Puur (Estonian Interuniversity Population Research Centre); Sandra Krapf (University of Cologne); Amparo Gonzalez-Ferrer (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)); Teresa Castro Martin (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)); Elisabeth K. Kraus (Universitat Pompeu Fabra); Laura Bernardi (Université de Lausanne); Eder Andrés Guarin Rojas (Université de Lausanne); Gunnar Andersson (SUDA); Lotta Persson (Statistics Sweden)

Poster Presentations:
Demographic and educational success of descendants: a prospective analysis of the number of great grandchildren and their education in 19th, 20th and 21st century Northern Sweden. Martin Kolk (SUDA); Martin Hällsten (SUDA).

How does birth order and number of siblings effect fertility? A within-family comparison using Swedish Register Data. Kathrin Morosow (SUDA); Martin Kolk (SUDA).

Distance between children and parents after a separation – which children have a close distance to the absent parent? Karin Lundström, Statistics Sweden; Anna Nyman, Statistics Sweden; Maria Brandén (SUDA); Jani Turunen (SUDA).

Change in the educational gradient of parental divorce in Spain and children’s educational attainment: a simultaneous equation approach. Fabrizio Bernardi (European University Institute); Chiara Ludovica Comolli (SUDA)