June 28, 2022 | News | Timetable

MPIDR at the European Population Conference 2022


Many researchers of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR) present their work at the European Population Conference, which takes place in Groningen from 29 June - 2 July. The Institute also has an on-site exhibition booth and a virtual presence: demogr.mpg.de/go/epc2022

List of MPIDR Participants (PDF File, 5 MB)

29 June - 2 July 2022, Groningen, The Netherlands

Conference Participants from the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR), Rostock, Germany (excerpt of the EPC 2022 program; for complete program please see epc2022.eaps.nl/).

Thursday, 30 June 2022

09:00 - 10:30

Session 1. Remembering Jim Vaupel (1945-2022)

1-2. Emilio ZagheniMPIDR 

1-4. Andreas EdelMPIDR

Session 2. Poverty, Precariousness and Job Separations

2-5. Change in Time-Use Patterns and Union Dissolution Due to Involuntary Job Loss: A Comparison by the Gender and Migration Background. • Rishabh Tyagi and Peter EibichMPIDR; Vegard Skirbekk.

Session 3. Spatial Mobility over the Life Course

3-1. Internal versus International Scholarly Mobility and Migration Worldwide • Aliakbar AkbaritabarEmilio Zagheni, and Xinyi Zhao MPIDR.

11:00 - 12:30

Session 7. Intergenerational Relations and Inequality

7-4. The Effect of Partnership Long-Term Care Insurance Program on Employment • Emma ZaiMPIDR; Yinan Liu, Renmin University of China.

Session 11. Flash Session: Intersections of Family Formation and Employment During the Life Course

11-2. Penalty and Premium at Midlife? A Demographic Perspective Across Three Different Welfare Systems • Angelo Lorenti, MPIDR; Jessica Nisen, University of Turku; Mikko MyrskyläMPIDR / London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

14:00 - 15:30

Session 14. COVID-19 Mortality Across Groups and Subpopulations

14-2. Sex Differences in Covid-19 Mortality in the United States: A State-Level Analysis • Simona Bignami and Pietro Violo, Université de Montréal; Timothy Riffe, Ikerbasque & Universidad del Pais Vasco; Enrique AcostaMPIDR; Daniela Ghio, European Commission.

Session 19. Flash Session: Fertility and the COVID-19 Pandemic

19-6. From Bust to Boom? Birth and Fertility Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic • Tomas Sobotka, Vienna Institute of Demography; Aiva JasilionieneMPIDR; Krystof Zeman, Maria Winkler-Dworak and Zuzanna Brzozowska, Vienna Institute of Demography, Austrian Academy of Sciences; László NémethMPIDRDmitri A. JdanovMPIDR / National Research University Higher School of Economics (Russia).

19-7. COVID-19 and the Future of US Fertility: What Can We Learn from Google? • Joshua K. Wilde, Wei Chen, and Sophie Lohmann, MPIDR.

Session 20. Adding Healthy Life Years to Our Lives

20-5. Educational Gradient in Healthy Life Expectancies Across Europe – the Role of Institutional Structures • Donata Stonkute and Angelo LorentiMPIDR.

Session 21. International Migration

21-2. Does Aging Affect Health Differently in Immigrants and Natives? • Su Yeon JangMPIDR; Anna Oksuzyan, Bielefeld UniversityMikko MyrskyläMPIDR / London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Frank Van Lenthe, Erasmus Medical Centre, RotterdamSilvia LoiMPIDR

16:00 - 17:30

Session 24. Consequences of Childhood Family for Adult Life Courses

24-2. Childhood Family Structure and Complexity in Partnership Life Courses • Nicole HiekelMPIDR; Sergi Vidal, Centre for Demographic Studies.

24-3. Parental Socioeconomic Status and Later-Life Earnings: The Role of the Work-Family Life Course • Joanne Sophie Muller, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)Nicole Hiekel, MPIDR; Aart C. Liefbroer, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI).

Session 25. Advancements in Mortality Analysis

Chair: Alyson A. van RaalteMPIDR

25-4. Death Expectancy H1 -- An Alternative Measure for Longevity • Niklas Ullrich, University of Rostock; Carl P. Schmertmann, Florida State University; Roland RauUniversity of Rostock / MPIDR.

Session 29. Current Debates Around Retirement and Mortality

29-1. A European Minimum Pension and Mortality Convergence: A Counterfactual Scenario Analysis of Post-2004 Czechia, Estonia, Poland, and Slovenia • Rok Hrzic, Maastricht UniversityDomantas JasilionisMPIDR / Vytautas Magnus University; Vogt Tobias, University of Groningen; Helmut Brand, Maastricht University; Fanny Janssen, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) / University of Groningen.

Session 30. Health, Well-Being and Morbidity

30-3. At the Intersection of Adverse Life Course Pathways: The Effects on Health and Well-Being by Nativity • Silvia Loi and Peng LiMPIDRMikko MyrskyläMPIDR / London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

30-4. Challenging Prevailing Stereotypes about Gender Differences in Health Reporting: Evidence Using Objective Measures of Health from the Health and Retirement Study • Anna Oksuzyan, Bielefeld UniversityMaciej Jan DańkoMPIDR; Jennifer Caputo, University of Chicago; Mine Kühn and Yana C. VierboomMPIDR.

17:45 - 19:15

P1. Postercafe

P1-12. EU-15 Immigrants Language Integration on Twitter • Beatriz Sofía Gil Clavel, MPIDR; André Grow, University of Leuven (KU Leuven); Maarten J. Bijlsma, 2. Unit PharmacoEpidemiology & PharmacoEconomics (PE2), Department of Pharmacy, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.

P1-20. Mortality Statistics in Colombia, 1998-2019: An Analysis of Demographic Data Sources. • Liliana Patricia Calderón BernalMPIDR.

P1-36. Assessing the Level of Undercounting in the International Migration Flows Reported by Eurostat • Maciej Jan Dańko and Emanuele Del Fava, MPIDR; Arkadiusz Wisniowski, University of ManchesterEmilio ZagheniMPIDR.

P1-41. Re-Partnering and Single Mothers’ Health and Life Satisfaction Trajectories • Philipp Dierker and Mine KühnMPIDR.

P1-65. Educational Field and Fertility Decline in Finland in 2010–2019 • Julia Hellstrand, University of Helsinki; Jessica Nisén, University of TurkuMikko MyrskyläMPIDR / London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

P1-68. Digital Gender Gaps on China's Sina Weibo • Ole HexelMPIDR; Wenqing Qian, Fudan UniversityEmilio ZagheniMPIDR; Ridhi Kashyap, University of Oxford; Ingmar Weber, Qatar Computing Research Institute.

P1-93. Diversity of Social Media Use: Self-Selection Effects Explain Associations Between Using Many Platforms and Well-Being • Sophie Lohmann and Emilio ZagheniMPIDR.

P1-110. Pandemic Babies? The Fertility Response to the First Covid-19 Wave Across European Regions • Natalie Nitsche and Aiva JasilionieneMPIDR; Jessica Nisen, University of TurkuPeng Li and (pid=4089 text="Maxi Kniffka"], MPIDR; Gunnar Andersson, Stockholm University; Christos Bagavos, Panteion University; Ann M. Berrington, University of Southampton; Ivan Cipin, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics & Business; Susana Clemente, Center of Geographic Studies (CEGUL); Lars Dommermuth, Statistics Norway; Peter Fallesen, Rockwool Foundation; Dovile Galdauskaite, Vilnius University; Mathias Lerch, Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL); Cadhla McDonnell, Pennsylvania State University; Arno Muller, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Karel Neels, University of Antwerp; Olga Poetzsch, Federal Statistical Office; Diego Ramiro, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Bernhard Riederer, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/OAW, Univ. Vienna); Saskia te Riele, Statistics Netherlands; Laura Szabó, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Laurent Toulemon, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence; Krystof Zeman, Vienna Institute of Demography; Tina Žnidaršic, Statistical Office of the Republic of SloveniaMikko MyrskyläMPIDR / London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

P1-132. Fertility Behaviour and Migration: A Comparison Between Urban Refugees and Local Populations • Asli Ebru SanlitürkMPIDR; Leo Azzollin, University of Oxford - Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science; Vytenis Juozas Deimantas, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Selin Koksal, Bocconi University.

P1-135. Childcare Policy Reforms: The Dynamic Interplay of Childcare Quality and Availability on Mother’s Employment Re-Entry • Henrik-Alexander Schubert, MPIDR.

P1-137. Health Consequences of Later-life Marital Dissolution: The Role of Marriage Order • Jiaxin Shi, MPIDR.

P1-169. Cultural Similarities Predict Migration over and above Shared Location, Shared Language, and Shared History • Carolina Coimbra Vieira, Sophie Lohmann, and Emilio ZagheniMPIDR.

Friday, 1 July 2022

09:00 - 10:30

Session 35. Modelling Migration, Mobility and Positioning

35-3. Openness to Migrate Internationally for a Job: Evidence from Linkedin Data • Daniela Perrotta, Sarah Johnson, and Tom TheileMPIDR; André Grow, University of Leuven (KU Leuven); Helga A. G. de Valk, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) / KNAW/ University of GroningenEmilio ZagheniMPIDR.

35-4. Stop, in the Name of COVID! • Jordan Klein, Princeton University; Ingmar Weber, Qatar Computing Research InstituteEmilio ZagheniMPIDR.

Session 36. Alcohol, Smoking, and Obesity Attributable Mortality

36-1. Quantifying the Contribution of Smoking to Regional Mortality Disparities in Germany • Pavel Grigoriev and Sebastian Klüsener, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)Alyson A. van RaalteMPIDR.

Session 39. Migrant Populations

39-5. Emigration of Academic Scientists Falls with Development in Low-Income Countries but Rises in Richer Ones • Emilio ZagheniTom TheileAliakbar AkbaritabarMaciej Jan Dańko, and Asli Ebru SanlitürkMPIDR.

Session 40. Mortality in the 19th and 20th Centuries

40-3. Representation Is Crucial for Deriving Inferences from Online Genealogies: Evidence from Lifespan Dynamics • Robert Stelter, University of Basel; Diego Alburez-GutierrezMPIDR.

11:00 - 12:30

Session 47. Educational Attainment and Fertility

47-3. Leadership Skills and Completed Fertility Among Males. A Study Based on Data from Swedish Registries • Steffen PetersMPIDR; Kieron Barclay, Stockholm University.

Session 48. Data and Methods

48-2. Event History Analysis with Two Time Scales. An Application to Transitions from Cohabitation to Marriage or Separation • Angela CarolloMPIDR; Hein Putter, Leiden University Medical Center; Paul Eilers, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam; Jutta GampeMPIDR.

48-3. Alignment, Clocking, and Macro Patterns of Episodes in the Life Course • Timothy Riffe, Ikerbasque & Universidad del Pais VascoAngelo Lorenti and Andrés CastroMPIDR.

14:00 - 15:30

Session 49. Health and Quality of Life of Older People

49-4. Assessing the Burden of Joint Cognitive and Physical Health Impairment in the US, 1998-2016 • Shubhankar Sharma, MPIDR; Jo Mhairi Hale, University of St AndrewsMikko MyrskyläMPIDR / London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Hill Kulu, University of St Andrews.

Session 50. Union Formation

50-2. Parental Socioeconomic Class and Young Britons' Family Expectations: Do Family Structure and Educational Aspirations, During Adolescence, Mediate This Relationship? • Lydia Veronica PalumboMPIDR; Ann M. Berrington, University of SouthamptonPeter EibichMPIDR.

Session 54.Flash Session: Disparity and Variation in Mortality

Chair: Emilio ZagheniMPIDR

54-2. The Contribution of Childhood Adversity to the Socioeconomic Gradient in Premature Mortality • Josephine Jackisch, Centre for Health Equity Studies (CHESS), Stockholm UniversityAlyson A. van RaalteMPIDR.

54-3. Measuring Subnational Mortality Differentials: The Italian Case • Isabella MarinettiMPIDR.

54-6. Does Place Matter? Regional Variation in the SES-Mortality Gradient Among Retired German Men • Georg Wenau, MPIDR; Pavel Grigoriev and Sebastian Kluesener, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)Roland RauUniversity of Rostock / MPIDRVladimir M. ShkolnikovMPIDR.

Session 55. Fertility Dynamics in a Comparative Perspective

55-3. Economic Development, Women’s Education, and Their Fertility – a Study Across and Within European Countries • Jessica Nisén, University of Turku; Sebastian Klüsener, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB); Johan Dahlberg, Stockholm University; Lars Dommermuth, Statistics NorwayAiva JasilionieneMPIDR; Michaela Kreyenfeld, Hertie School of Governance; Trude Lappegård, Statistics NorwayPeng LiMPIDR; Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki; Karel Neels, University of Antwerp; Bernhard Riederer, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/OAW, Univ. Vienna); Saskia te Riele, Statistics Netherlands; Harun Sulak, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany; Laura Szabó, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Alessandra Trimarchi, University of Vienna; Francisco Viciana, Institute of Statistics and Cartography of AndalusiaMikko MyrskyläMPIDR / London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

Session 56. Mortality and Longevity

56-1. How Many Life Years Have Been Lost because of Covid-19? Years of Life Lost during the Covid-19 Pandemic by Care Status in Sweden • Marcus Ebeling, Karolinska InstitutetEnrique AcostaMPIDR; Anna C. Meyer, Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska institutet; Karin Modig, Karolinska Institutet.

56-3. Life Expectancy Losses and Lifespan Disparity During the Pandemic Years 2020-2021 at National and Sub-National Levels: Evidence from Selected Industrialized Countries • Dmitri A. JdanovMPIDR / National Research University Higher School of Economics (Russia)Domantas JasilionisMPIDR / Vytautas Magnus University; Nazrul Islam, Oxford University.

56-5. Excess Mortality in Russia and Its Regions Compared to High Income Countries: An Analysis of Monthly Series of 2020-21 • Sergey Timonin, MPIDR / National Research University Higher School of Economics; Ilya Klimkin, National Research University Higher School of Economics; Vladimir M. ShkolnikovMPIDR.

16:00 - 17:30

Session 57. Family Dynamics, Work Conditions and Health

57-4. Mental Health Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Role of Partnership and Parenthood Status in Growing Disparities Between Types of Families. • Nicole Hiekel and Mine KühnMPIDR.

Session 60. Risk Factors and Depression Risk

60-3. The Contribution of Health Behaviors to Depression Risk Across Birth Cohorts • Maria GültzowMPIDR; Maarten J. Bijlsma, 2. Unit PharmacoEpidemiology & PharmacoEconomics (PE2), Department of Pharmacy, University of Groningen, the Netherlands; Frank Van Lenthe, Erasmus Medical Centre, RotterdamMikko MyrskyläMPIDR / London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

Session 62. New Methodological Approaches in Fertility Research

62-1. Combining a Two-Sex Model of Births with Decomposition Methods to Explain Changing Fertility Patterns • Christian DudelMPIDR.

Session 63. New Data Sources on International Migration

63-1. Online Social Integration of Migrants: Evidence from Twitter • Jisu KimMPIDR; Soazic Elise Wang Sonne; Kiran Garimella, MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society; André Grow, University of Leuven (KU Leuven); Ingmar Weber, Qatar Computing Research InstituteEmilio ZagheniMPIDR.

63-3. The Interplay Between Refugee Inflows and Media Coverage in Determining Attitudes Towards Immigrants in Germany • Chia-Jung Tsai, Robert Gordon Rinderknecht, and Emilio ZagheniMPIDR.

63-4. Return Migration in Academia: An Analysis of German-Affiliated Researchers by Gender, Cohort and Discipline Using Scopus Publications 1996-2020 • Xinyi ZhaoMPIDR / University of Oxford; Samin Aref, University of TorontoEmilio ZagheniMPIDR; Guy Stecklov, University of British Columbia.

Saturday, 2 July 2022

09:00 - 10:30

Session 66. Drivers of International Migration

66-1. Temperature Extremes, Conflict, and Migration in West Asia and North Africa • Jasmin Abdel GhanyMPIDR.

Session 68. Divorce and children

68-4. Family Transitions and Consequences for Children’s Stress Levels • Pauline Kleinschlömer, University of MannheimMine KühnMPIDR; Lara Bister and Vogt Tobias, University of Groningen; Sandra Krapf, Federal Institute for Population Research.

Session 71. Flash Session: Inequalities in Life Expectancy, Disability and Health

71-6. Life Course Mental and Physical Health of East and West German Cohorts Born Before and After the German Reunification • Vogt Tobias and Lara Bister, University Of GroningenMine Kühn, MPIDR.

Session 72. International Perspectives on Mortality

Chair: Enrique AcostaMPIDR.

72-1. When Do Parents Bury a Child? Uncertainty of Offspring Loss across the Demographic Transition • Diego Alburez-GutierrezUgofilippo Basellini, and Emilio ZagheniMPIDR.

72-2. Intersecting Gender, Racial, and Socioeconomic Inequalities in Multimorbid Life Expectancy in South Africa: A Multistate Modelling Approach • Anastasia Lam and Katherine Keenan, University of St AndrewsMikko MyrskyläMPIDR / London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Hill Kulu, University of St Andrews.

11:00 - 12:30

Session 74. Environmental Impacts on Health

74-2. Race Disparities in Temperature Related Deaths in the U.S. • Risto Conte Keivabu, European University Insitute; Ugofilippo Basellini and Emilio ZagheniMPIDR.

Session 78. Improvements in Forecasting Methods

78-1. Lee-Carter Cohort Mortality Forecasts • Ugofilippo BaselliniMPIDR; Carlo Giovanni G. Camarda, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

78-3. Ex-Post Evaluation of COVID-19 Mortality Forecast Models • Ricarda Duerst and Christina Bohk-Ewald, MPIDR.


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