Listed below are all the presentations that were held at EPC.


Age at Arrival and the Integration Trajectories of Childhood Refugees
Ben Wilson1, Linna Marten2, Moritz Marbach3, Dominik Hangartner3 and Jens Hainmueller2;
(1)Stockholm University, Sweden, (2)Stanford University, (3)ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Regional Inequalities in Length of Life: A Nordic Comparison
Ben Wilson1, Sven Drefahl1, Isaac Sasson2, Paul Henery3 and Caroline Uggla1;
(1)Stockholm University, Sweden, (2)Tel Aviv University, Israel, (3)University of Sterling, United Kingdom

Does living in informal settlements make you vulnerable? An Italian assessment exercise
Annalisa Busetta1, Valeria Cetorelli2, Daria Mendola1 and Ben Wilson3;
(1)Department of Economics, Business and Statistics - University of Palermo, Italy, (2)United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, Lebanon, (3)Stockholm University, Sweden

Parenthood Timing and Socioeconomic Consequences in Young Adulthood: A Longitudinal Analysis of Women and Men
Jessica Nisén1, Maarten Jacob Bijlsma1, Pekka Martikainen2, Mikko Myrskylä1 and Ben Wilson3; (1)Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany, (2)University of Helsinki, Finland, (3)Stockholm University, Sweden

Unemployment and Subsequent Depression: A Parametric G-Formula Approach Combined with Individual-Specific Fixed-Effect Intercepts
Maarten Jacob Bijlsma, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany, Lasse Tarkiainen, University of Helsinki, Finland, Ben Wilson, Stockholm University, Sweden, Mikko Myrskylä, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom and Pekka Martikainen, Centre for Health Equity Studies, Sweden

Origins of Sickness: Evidence from China Famine Survivors in Sweden
Haodong Qi; Stockholm University, Sweden

Childbearing during Recessions in the Nordic Countries
Chiara Comolli1, Martin Kolk1, Gunnar Andersson1, Trude Lappegard2, Lars Dommermuth3 and Peter Fallesen1; (1)Stockholm University, Sweden, (2)University of Oslo, Norway, (3)Research Dep., Statistics Norway, Norway

Incentive or Obstacle? The Use of Parental Leave of Immigrant Mothers
Eleonora Mussino and Ann-Zofie Duvander; Stockholm University, Sweden

Is It a Boy or a Girl? Sex Preference Among Immigrants in Finland
Eleonora Mussino; Stockholm University, Sweden, Anna Heino; National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland and Sol Juarez; Stockholm University, Sweden

Spousal Order of Migration and Hospitalization among Immigrants to Denmark
Jennifer Caputo1, Angela Carollo1, Eleonora Mussino2, Linda Ahrenfeldt3, Rune Lindahl-Jacobsen4, Sven Drefahl5 and Anna Oksuzyan1;
(1)Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany, (2)Demography Unit, Department of Sociology, Stockholm University, Sweden, (3)Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Biodemography, Max-Planck Odense Center, Denmark, (4)Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Biodemography, Max-Planck Odense Center, Denmark, Denmark, (5)Stockholm University, Sweden

Trends over Time in His and Her Earnings Following Parenthood in Sweden
Anna-Karin Nylin(1), Kelly Musick(2), Ann-Zofie Duvander(1), Sunnee Billingsley(1) and Marie Evertsson(1);
(1) Stockholm University, Sweden (2) Cornell University

The Influence of Family Policies in 21 Countries on Women´s Childbearing: A Longitudinal Micro-Data Analysis
Katharina Wesolowski1, Sunnee Billingsley1, Gerda Neyer2 and Tommy Ferrarini1;
(1)Stockholm University, Sweden, (2)Stockholm University, Demography Unit, Sweden

Intragenerational Social Mobility and Cause-Specific Premature Mortality
Sunnee Billingsley and Anna Bryngelson, Stockholm University, Sweden

Occupations and Parental Leave-Taking in Sweden
Helen Eriksson, Stockholm University, Sweden

Income Trajectories of Refugees in Sweden
Gerda Neyer, Helen Eriksson and Hernan Mondani; Stockholm University, Sweden

Disadvantaging Single Parents? Effects of the Cash-for-Care Benefit for Single Mothers' Employment in Finland
Kathrin Morosow, Stockholm University, Sweden and Marika Jalovaara, University of Turku, Finland

Cohabitation and Parental Separation: Microsimulations of Family Change in Italy, Great Britain, and Scandinavia
Elizabeth Thomson1, Maria Winkler-Dworak2 and Eva Beaujouan2;
(1)Stockholm University, Sweden, (2)Vienna Institute of Demography, Austria

Birth Intervals and Health in Adulthood: A Comparison of Siblings Using Swedish Register Data
Kieron Barclay, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany and Martin Kolk, Stockholm University, Sweden

When Birth Spacing Does and Does Not Matter for Child Survival: An International Comparison Using the DHS
Kieron Barclay, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany, Martin Kolk, Stockholm University, Sweden and Joseph Molitoris, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute, Hungary

Sailing Close to the Wind? Policy Support and Impact on Third Births in Post-Communist Hungary
Livia Oláh, Stockholm University, Dept. of Sociology, Sweden, Zsolt Speder, HDRI, Hungary and Lívia Murinkó, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute, Hungary

Disparities in Children’s Family Experiences By Mother’s Socioeconomic Status: The Case of Finland
Marika Jalovaara, University of Turku, Finland and Gunnar Andersson, Stockholm University, Sweden



Defining Retirement in Administrative and Survey Data: An Example with Swedish Data
Linda Kridahl, Haodong Qi and Ann-Zofie Duvander, Stockholm University, Sweden

Accumulated Income and Fertility
Martin Kolk, Stockholm University, Sweden

Sex Composition and Parity Progression in Sweden and Taiwan. Evidence of Changing Gender Preferences over 200 Years
Yen-hsin Alice Cheng, Academia Sinica, Taiwan and Martin Kolk, Stockholm University, Sweden

Gender Equality across Generations. Does Grandparents Education Affect Couples' Division of Parental Leave?
Sofi Ohlsson Wijk and Johan Dahlberg, Stockholm University, Sweden

A Geographical Path to Integration? Using Sequence Analysis to Explore the Interplay between Regional Context and Socioeconomic Integration Among Refugees in Sweden
Louisa Vogiazides and Hernan Mondani, Stockholm University, Sweden