Presentations:

Fertility by Birth Order Among the Descendants of Immigrants in Selected European Countries” Hill Kulu (University of St Andrews), Ariane Pailhé (Institut National d'Études Démographiques), Karel Neels (University of Antwerp) Allan Puur (Tallinn University), Amparo González-Ferrer (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas), Gunnar Andersson (Stockholm University), Laura Bernardi (University of Lausanne), Sandra Krapf (University of Cologne) and Tina Hannemann (University of Liverpool)

Whose Intragenerational Social Mobility Influences Fertility Behavior: Fathers or Mothers?” Sunnee Billingsley (Stockholm University)

Men's Childcare: A Comparative Study of Fathers' Parental-Leave Use in Sweden and Finland” Ann-Zofie Duvander (Stockholm University), Eleonora Mussino (Stockholm University) and Jussi Tervola (The Social Insurance Institution of Finland)

Finns in Sweden: What Influences Fathers’ Parental Leave Use?” Eleonora Mussino (Stockholm University), Jussi Tervola (The Social Insurance Institution of Finland), and Ann-Zofie Duvander (Stockholm University)

Cash-for-Care Use and Union Dissolution in Finland” Kathrin Morosow (Stockholm University) Marika Jalovaara (University of Turku) and Juho Härkönen (Stockholm University)

Joint Retirement Among Same-Sex and Opposite-Sex Couples: A Analysis Using Swedish Administrative Registers From 1995 to 2012” Linda Kridahl (Stockholm University) and Martin Kolk (Stockholm University)

Out-Migration Patterns of Foreign-Born Residents from Sweden 1990—2013” Andrea Monti (Stockholm University)

Does Having a Daughter Speed Up the Process? Birth Spacing Among Immigrants in Sweden” Eleonora Mussino (Stockholm University), Vitor Miranda (Stockholm University) and Li Ma (Université Catholique de Louvain)

Posters:

Explaining Sibling Similarity in Fertility—What More Than Socialization Matters?” Johan Dahlberg and Martin Kolk (Stockholm University)

Trends Over Time in His and Her Earnings Following Parenthood in Sweden” Anna-Karin Nylin (Stockholm University), Kelly Musick (Cornell University), Ann-Zofie Duvander (Stockholm University), Sunnee Billingsley (Stockholm University), Marie Evertsson (Stockholm University)

All-Cause Mortality, Age-at-Arrival and Duration of Residence Among Adult Migrants in Sweden: A Population-Based Longitudinal Study” Sol Juarez (Stockholm University/Karolinska Institute), Sven Drefahl (Stockholm University) and Mikael Rostila (Stockholm University/Karolinska Institute)

Does the Age Difference Between Partners Influence the Career Achievements of Women?” Angela Carollo (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research), Anna Oksuzyan (Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research), Carlo Camarda (Institut National d'Études Démographiques), Sven Drefahl (Stockholm University), Kaare Christensen (Max-Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging and the Danish Twin Registry) and Alyson van Raalte (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research)

Of Leaders and Losers—Oldest Age Mortality Paradoxes” Sven Drefahl (Stockholm University), Karin Modig (Karolinska Institute), Anders Ahlbom (Karolinska Institute)

Occupations and Fathers on Extended Parental Leave, Sweden 2009” Helen Eriksson (Stockholm University)

Is the Home Care Allowance Disadvantaging Single Parents? Labor Market Outcome Consequences of the Cash-for-Care Benefit for Single Parents in Finland” Kathrin Morosow (Stockholm University) and Marika Jalovaara (University of Turku)

Childbearing Trends in Iceland 1982–2013: Fertility Timing, Quantum, and Gender Preferences for Children in a Nordic Context” Ari Jonsson (Stockholm University)

Extinction of Family Lines: Great-Grandchildlessness in 19th, 20th, and 21st Century Northern Sweden” Martin Kolk (Stockholm University), Martin Fieder (University of Vienna) and Vegard Skirbekk (Norwegian Institute of Public Health)

Group Affiliation of the Children of Interethnic Couples in Finland” Ognjen Obucina (Stockholm University) and Jan Saarela (Åbo Akademi University)

An Assessment of Educational Misclassification in Register-Based Data on Finnish Immigrants in Sweden“ Jan M. Saarela (Åbo Akademi University) and Rosa Weber (Stockholm University)

Why Do Migrants Go Back and Forth? Circular Migration Between Finland and Sweden” Rosa Weber (Stockholm University) and Jan M. Saarela (Åbo Akademi University