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PAA 2018 | 19.04.2018

Das MPIDR auf der Jahrestagung der Population Association of America 2018

Auch in diesem Jahr werden wieder viele MPIDR-Wissenschaftler ihre Arbeiten auf dem Jahrestreffen der Population Association of America, dass vom 26.–28. April 2018 in Denver, CO, stattfindet, präsentieren. Das Institut ist auf der Veranstaltung zudem mit einem Messestand vertreten.

Die Population Association of America (PAA) ist eine gemeinnützige Vereinigung zur Förderung der  Bevölkerungsforschung. Der Verband hat ungefähr 3000 Mitglieder, darunter Demografen, Soziologen, Ökonomen und Experten im Gesundheitswesen.
Das Jahrestreffen des Verbandes ist, mit über 2000 Teilnehmern, eine der wichtigsten Veranstaltungen für Bevölkerungsforscher.

Sie können Mitarbeiter des Instituts im Sheraton Denver Downtown am Messestand Nr. 410 (Plan der Austellungshalle,) treffen. Dort erhalten Sie auch allgemeine Informationen über das Institut sowie Informationen über aktuelle Ausschreibungen.

Mittwoch, 25. April

Demographic Research in the Digital Age

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Tower Court D

Emilio Zagheni (University of Washington, Seattle, USA & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland) und Mary Ellen Zuppan (International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, Paris, Frankreich)

Donnerstag, 26. April

P1 Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health 1

8:00 Uhr - 9:30 Uhr, Plaza Exhibit

A Comparative Perspective on Male Fertility in Eleven High-Income Countries
Christian Dudel und Sebastian Kluesener (beide: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

3 Child Health and Mortality

8:30 Uhr - 10:00 Uhr, Director's Row J

8:30 Uhr
3-1 When Birth Spacing Does and Does Not Matter for Child Survival: An International Comparison Using the DHS

Joseph Molitoris (Universität Lund, Schweden), Kieron Barclay (MPIDR, Rostock, Germany), Martin Kolk (Universität Stockholm, Schweden)

6 Deaths and Diseases of Despair: International Perspectives

8:30 Uhr - 10:00 Uhr, Governor's Square 10

9:10 Uhr
6-3 How Much Do External Causes of Death Contribute to Scotland's Diverging Lifespan Variation Trend? A Population-Based Study

Rosie Seaman (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

8 Families, Social Media, and Technology

8:30 Uhr - 10:00 Uhr, Governor's Square 17

9:30 Uhr
8-4 "Mater Certa Est, Pater Numquam": What Can Facebook Advertising Data Tell Us About Male Fertility Rates?

Francesco Rampazzo (Universität Southampton, Großbritannien), Francesco C. Billari (Bocconi University, Italien), Emilio Zagheni (University of Washington, Seattle, USA & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Maria Rita Testa (Vienna Institute of Demography, Österreich), Ingmar Weber (Data Computing Research Institute)

9 Fertility Transition in Developing Countries

8:30 Uhr - 10:00 Uhr, Plaza Ballroom E

8:50 Uhr
9-2 Urban and Rural Fertility Transitions in the Developing World: A Cohort Perspective

Mathias Lerch (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

P2 Marriage, Families, Households, and Unions 1

10:00 Uhr - 11:30 Uhr, Plaza Exhibit

Birth Intervals and Health in Adulthood: A Comparison of Siblings Using Swedish Register Data
Kieron Barclay (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland) und Martin Kolk (Universität Stockholm, Schweden)

Paternal Age and the Risk Low Birth Weight and Preterm Delivery: A Finnish Register-Based Study 
Alice Goisis (London School of Economics and Political Science, Großbritannien), Hanna Remes (Universität Helsinki, Finnland), Kieron Barclay und Mikko Myrskylä (beide: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Pekka Martikainen (Universität Helsinki, Finnland & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

41 Modeling mortality and population health

10:30 Uhr - 12:00 Uhr, Plaza Court 3

11:10 Uhr
41-3 The Velocity of Changes in Health Status: New Insights into the Dynamics of Population Health 
Christina Bohk-Ewald und Hal Caswell (beide: Universität Amsterdam, Niederlande), Mikko Myrskylä (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

45 Spatial Approaches to Mortality

10:30 Uhr - 12:00 Uhr, Governor's Square 12

10:50 Uhr
45-2 Uncovering a German Success Story: Low State-Level Inequalities in Mortality Despite Large Spatial Variation in Social Conditions 
Alyson A. van Raalte, Sebastian Kluesener, Anna Oksuzyan und Pavel Grigoriev (alle: MPIDR, Rostock, Germany)

11:10 Uhr
45-3 Consistency of Cause-Specific Mortality Data at Subnational Level: A Comparative Analysis of France, Germany, Russia and the USA 
Inna Danilova, Pavel Grigoriev, Dmitri A. Jdanov und Vladimir M. Shkolnikov (alle: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland & National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moskau, Rußland), Magali Barbieri (Institut National d’Études Démographiques (INED), Paris, Frankreich & University of California, USA), France  Meslé (Institut national d'études démographiques (INED), Paris, Frankreich), Jacques Vallin, (Université Paris-Diderot, Frankreich / Institut National d’Études Démographiques (INED), Paris, Frankreich)

11:30 Uhr
45-4 Bayesian Modeling of Small-Area Mortality with Relational Model Schedules and Spatially Varying Parameters
Roland Rau (Universität Rostock, Deutschland & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Carl P. Schmertmann (Florida State Universität, USA)

P3 Population, Development and Environment, Data and Methods

12:30 Uhr - 14:00 Uhr, Plaza Exhibit

Time Spent and Left of Transient States in Stationary Populations 
Timothy Riffe (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland) und Francisco Villavicencio (University of Southern Denmark)

Assessing the Quality of Self-Reported Education Among Adults in Brazil, 1991-2000 
Marilia R. Nepomuceno (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Cassio M. Turra (Cedeplar & Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brasilien)

Life Expectancy Versus Lifespan Inequality: A Smudge or a Clear Relationship? 
Laszlo Nemeth (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

62 Methods for the Analysis of Human Spatial Behavior

13:00 Uhr - 14:30 Uhr, Plaza Court 2

13:20 Uhr
62-2 Understanding Patterns of Human Mobility at Different Time Scales 
Lee Fiorio und Johnathan Wayne Hill (University of Washington, Seattle, USA), Emilio Zagheni (University of Washington, Seattle, USA & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Guy Abel (Asian Demographic Research Institute, Shanghai University,China), Gabriel Pestre (Data Population Alliance), Emmanuel Letouzé (Data-Pop Alliance, MIT Media Lab), Jixuan Cai (Chinese University of Hong Kong, China)

64 Older Workers and Aging Labor Markets

13:00 Uhr - 14:30 Uhr, Plaza Court 7

13:40 Uhr
64-3 Influence of Childhood Circumstances on the Length of Working Life
Angelo LorentiChristian Dudel, Jo Mhairi Hale und Mikko Myrskylä (alle: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

75 Family Contexts and Well-being in Youth and Early Adulthood

15:00 Uhr - 16:30 Uhr, Director's Row H

15:20 Uhr
75-2 Parental Coresidence Histories and Psychological Well-Being Among Contemporary Young Adults 
Jennifer Caputo (MPIDR, Rostock, Germany)

P5 Health and Mortality 1

16:30 Uhr - 18:00 Uhr, Plaza Exhibit

Partnership, Parenthood, Employment and Mental Health in Young Adulthood: Results from Longitudinal Finnish Registry Data. 
Karen van Hedel und Mikko Myrskylä (beide: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Pekka Martikainen (Universität Helsinki, Finnland & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Heta Moustgaard (Universität Helsinki, Finnland)

Sex differences in Treatment-Seeking Behavior by Education and Marital Status Before and After Admission to Hospital. A Register-Based Cohort Study of the Danish Population Aged 50+. 
Andreas Höhn und Anna Oksuzyan (beide: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Rune Lindahl-Jacobsen (Max-Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging and Research Unit for Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Biodemography, Dänemark), Roland Rau (Universität Rostock & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Kaare Christensen (Max-Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging and the Danish Twin Registry, Dänemark)

Estimating the Number of Disability Episodes Using Markov Chains with Rewards 
Christian Dudel and Mikko Myrskylä (both: MPIDR, Rostock, Germany)

93 Cognitive Aging

17:00 Uhr - 18:30 Uhr, Governor's Square 9

17:00 Uhr
93-1 Life Expectancy with and without Cognitive Impairment By Diabetes Status Among Older Americans 
Carlos Diaz-VenegasDaniel C. Schneider und Mikko Myrskylä (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Neil Mehta (University of Michigan, USA)

99 Immigrant Health and Mortality in the U.S.

17:00 Uhr - 18:30 Uhr, Governor's Square 12

17:20 Uhr
99-2 Health Disparities Among Documented and Undocumented U.S. Farm Workers 
Erin Hamilton und Robin Savinar (University of California - Davis, USA), Jo Mhairi Hale (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

102 Mathematical Demography

17:00 Uhr - 18:30 Uhr, Plaza Court 2

17:40 Uhr
102-3 How Often Does the Oldest Person Alive Die? A Demographic Application of Queueing Theory. 
Roland Rau und Marcus Ebeling (beide: Universität Rostock, Deutschland & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland) Trifon I. Missov (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Joel E. Cohen (The Rockefeller University & Columbia University, USA)

107 Spatial and Contextual Effects on Fertility

17:00 Uhr - 18:30 Uhr, Plaza Ballroom D
Session Chair: Sebastian Kluesener (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

Freitag, 27. April

P8 Health and Mortality 2

12:30 Uhr - 14:00 Uhr, Plaza Exhibit

Does a Severe Disease Such As Myocardial Infarction, Stroke or Diabetes Alter the Rate of Ageing? 
Marcus Ebeling und Roland Rau (beide: Universität Rostock & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Karin Modig und Anders Ahlbom (beide: Karolinska Institute, Schweden)

Medically Assisted Reproduction and the Risks of Poor Birth Outcomes: Have They Been Overestimated? 
Alice Goisis (London School of Economics and Political Science, UK), Hanna Remes (Universität Helsinki, Finnland), Pekka Martikainen (Universität Helsinki, Finnland & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Reija Klemetti (National Institute for Health and Welfare), Mikko Myrskylä (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

P9 Migration and Urbanization

14:30 Uhr - 16:00 Uhr, Plaza Exhibit

Health Assimilation of Second Generation Migrants: The Role of Parental Material and Social Resources 
Silvia Loi und Mikko Myrskylä (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Heta Moustgaard und Joonas Pitkänen (University of Helsinki, Finnland), Pekka Martikainen (Universität Helsinki, Finnland & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

Undocumented and Underpaid: Employment Discrimination, Immigration Status and Returns to Employment for Mexican Farmworkers 
Jennifer L Scott (Louisiana State University, USA), Jo Mhairi Hale (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Yolanda C. Padilla (The University of Texas at Austin, USA)

179 Detailed Morbidities and Causes of Death - Cross-National Perspectives

14:45 Uhr - 16:15 Uhr, Director's Row I

14:45 Uhr
180-1 Socio-Demographic Characteristics and Emergence of Cardiovascular Disease and Subsequent Comorbidity: Findings from Longitudinal Finnish Registry Data 
Yaoyue Hu (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Pekka Martikainen (Universität Helsinki, Finnland & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

15:05 Uhr
180-2 Potential Gains in Life Expectancy by Reducing Lifespan Inequality in Denmark: A Cause of Death Analysis 
Jose Aburto (Unit of Biodemography, Institute of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Dänemark), Maarten Jan Wensink (Department of Public Health, Max-Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Dänemark), Alyson A. van Raalte (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Rune Lindahl-Jacobsen (University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Dänemark)

192 Recent Developments in Biodemography

14:45 Uhr - 16:15 Uhr, Windows

15:25 Uhr
192-3 Intelligence and Fertility Amongst Swedish Men. Evidence from 18 Cohorts of Swedish National Military Conscription Data 
Martin Kolk (Stockholm University, Schweden), Kieron Barclay (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

Samstag, 28. April

P10 Health and Mortality 3, Population and Aging

9:00 Uhr - 10:30 Uhr, Plaza Exhibit

How Much Retirement Income Is Needed to Maintain the Living Standard? 
Julian Schmied und Christian Dudel (beide: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

Life Expectancy with and without Cognitive Impairment Among Older Americans: Differences By Race/Ethnicity and Educational Level
Jo Mhairi Hale, Daniel C. Schneider und Mikko Myrskylä (alle: MPIDR, Rostock, Germany), Neil Mehta, (Universität Michigan, USA)

198 Causes and Consequences of Rising Midlife Mortality and Morbidity in the U.S.

9:15 Uhr - 10:45 Uhr, Governor's Square 15

9:35 Uhr
198-2 Rising Midlife Mortality Among US Whites: A Cohort Survival Comparison 
Marilia R. Nepomuceno und Alyson A. van Raalte (beide: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

207 Innovative data & methods in migration studies

9:15 Uhr - 10:45 Uhr, Plaza Court 1

9:55 Uhr
207-3 Combining Social Media Data and Traditional Surveys to Estimate and Predict Migration Stocks 
Emilio Zagheni (University of Washington, Seattle, USA & MPIDR, Rostock, Germany), Kivan Polimis, University of Washington, Seattle, USA), Monica J Alexander (University of California - Berkeley, USA), Ingmar Weber (Qatar Computing Research Institute), Francesco C. Billari (Bocconi Universität, Italien)

208 Life Course Processes and Health

9:15 Uhr - 10:45 Uhr, Plaza Ballroom F

9:35 Uhr
208-2 Work-Family Typologies and Mental Health Among Finnish Young Adults 
Karen van Hedel und Mikko Myrskylä (beide: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Heta Moustgaard (Universität Helsinki, Finnland), Pekka Martikainen (Universität Helsinki, Finnland & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland)

9:55 Uhr
208-3 Midlife Work and Women's Long-Term Health and Mortality 
Jennifer Caputo (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Eliza K Pavalko (Indiana Universität, USA), Melissa Hardy (Pennsylvania State Universität, USA)

P11 Economy, Labor Force, and Inequality

11:00 Uhr - 12:30 Uhr, Plaza Exhibit

Geographical Variation of Premature Male Mortality in Belarus, Lithuania, Poland, and Russia 
Pavel Grigoriev, Domantas Jasilionis und Sebastian Kluesener (alle: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Sergey Timonin und Evgeny Andreev (beide: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moskau, Rußland), Magdalena Muszynska (Independent Researcher), France Meslé (Institut National d’Études Démographiques (INED),Paris, Frankreich), Jacques Vallin (Université Paris-Diderot, Frankreich & Institut National d’Études Démographiques (INED), Paris, Frankreich)

The Changing Contribution of Socioeconomic Deprivation to Variance in Age at Death 
Rosie Seaman und Timothy Riffe (beide: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Hal Caswell, Universität Amsterdam, Niederlande

232 New Developments in Register-Based Demographic Research

11:15 Uhr - 12:45 Uhr, Director's Row J

12:15 Uhr
232-4 Gendered Spousal Order of Migration and Hospitalization Among Immigrants to Denmark 
Jennifer Caputo,  Angela Carollo und Anna Oksuzyan (alle: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Eleonora Mussino and Sven Drefahl (Universität Stockholm, Schweden), Linda Juel Ahrenfeldt and Rune Lindahl-Jacobsen (Max-Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging and Unit for Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Biodemography, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Dänemark)

12:35 Uhr
232-5 Postponement of Parenthood and Socioeconomic Standing in Young Adulthood: A Longitudinal Analysis of Women and Men 
Jessica Nisén, Maarten Jacob Bijlsma und Mikko Myrskylä (alle: MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Pekka Martikainen (Universität Helsinki, Finnland & MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Ben Wilson (Universität Stockholm, Schweden)

249 Socioeconomic Changes and Fertility Transitions

13:00 Uhr - 14:30 Uhr, Governor's Square 11

13:20 Uhr
249-2 Social and Spatial Connectivity in the Fertility Transition: Contrasting Sweden and Senegal 
Sebastian Kluesener (MPIDR, Rostock, Deutschland), Martin Dribe (Universität Lund, Schweden), Francesco Scalone (Universität Bologna, Italien)


 

 

 

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