April 01, 2022 | News | Timetable

MPIDR at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2022

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Several researchers of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR) present their work at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, which takes place in an hybrid manner from April 6-9, 2022. The Institute also has an on-site exhibition booth and a virtual presence: www.demogr.mpg.de/go/paa2022

The Population Association of America (PAA) is a non-profit, scientific, professional organization promoting research on population issues. The Association has nearly 3,000 members, including demographers, sociologists, economists, and public health professionals.

The Annual Meeting of the Association is one of the most important meetings for population researchers and has more than 2,000 people participating each year. 

List of MPIDR Participants (PDF File, 7 MB)

Please note: All times are U.S. Central Time (GMT -6). 

Wednesday, April 6, 2022

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Introduction to Social Media and Big Data for Migration Studies
Presenters: Jisu Kim; Ebru Sanliturk, both: MPIDR

Thursday, April 7, 2022

8:00 AM - 9:15 AM

Session 1 Cross-National Comparisons of Aging and the Life Course

1-3: Does Aging Affect Health Differently in Immigrants and Natives?
A. Oksuzyan, Bielefeld University; A. QAMAR; Mikko MyrskyläSilvia Loi; and Su Yeon Jang, MPIDR.

1-4: Inequalities in Time Spent in Multimorbidity in Costa Rica and Mexico: A Multistate Modeling Approach.
A. Lam, University of St Andrews & MPIDR; G. Cezard, University of Cambridge ; H. Kulu; K. Keenan, both: University of St Andrews; Mikko Myrskylä, MPIDR.

Session 10 Parenthood, Health, and Well-being

10-2: Mental Health Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Role of Partnership and Parenthood Status in Growing Disparities Between Types of Families
Mine Kühn, MPIDR; N. Hiekel, German Youth Institute (DJI) .

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Flash: COVID-19 Data, Measures, and Methods in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

5-2: Age Reporting for the Oldest Old in the Brazilian COVID-19 Vaccination Database: What Can We Learn from It?
C. Turra, CEDEPLAR; F. Fernandes, Cedeplar - UFMG; J. Calazans, Cedeplar - Federal University of Minas Gerais; Marília R. Nepomuceno, MPIDR.

Poster Session 1: Aging, Life Course, Gender and Sexuality

The Effect of Medicaid Home- and Community-Based Services on Health Outcomes
Emma Zai, MPIDR; Y. Liu, Renmin University of China.

The Effect of Death of a Family Member on Retirement Timing
Jiaxin Shi, MPIDR; L. Kridahl, Stockholm University; M. Immonen Hagley, European University Institute.

9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Sessions 32: The Environment and Population Health

32-1: Race Disparities in Temperature-Related Deaths in the United States
Emilio Zagheni, MPIDR; R. Conte Keivabu, European University Institute; Ugofilippo Basellini, MPIDR.

Sessions 33: Opportunities and Barriers: Migrant Selection and Policy Constraints

33-1: Gender Inequality in International Scholarly Migration: Evidence on German-Affiliated Researchers from 8 Million Scopus Publications
Emilio Zagheni, MPIDR; G. Stecklov, University of British Columbia; S. Aref, University of Toronto; Xinyi Zhao, MPIDR.

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Poster Session 2: Family Demography, Population Development and Environment

Too Worried About Climate Change to Have Children? Or More Worried About Climate Change Once One Is a Parent? The Reciprocal Relationship Between Environmental Concern and Fertility
A. Trimarchi, Department of Sociology, University of Vienna; E. Striessnig, University of Vienna, Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital (IIASA, OeAW, University of Vienna); M. Testa, Austrian Academy of Sciences; Natalie Nitsche; Peters, both: MPIDR.

Cohort Changes and Drivers of Education-Specific Union-Formation Patterns in Sub-Saharan Africa
Benson JohnNatalie Nitsche, both: MPIDR.

Change in Time-Use Patterns and Union Dissolution Due to Involuntary Job Loss: A Comparison by Gender and Migration Background
Eibich; Rishabh Tyagi, both: MPIDR; V. Skirbekk, Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

Cognitive Impairment and Partnership Status by Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and Education in the United States, 1998–2016
H. Kulu; J. M. Hale, both: University of St Andrews; Mikko Myrskylä, MPIDR; S. Sharma, University of St Andrews.

Educational Field and Fertility Decline in Finland, 2010–2019
J. Nisen, University of Turku; J. Hellstrand, University of Helsinki; Mikko Myrskylä, MPIDR.

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Flash: Demography of Extreme Events

52-4: The Demographic Drivers of Grief and Memory After Genocide in Guatemala
Diego Alburez-Gutierrez, MPIDR.

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 57: Computational Demography, Machine Learning, and Algorithmic Bias

57-1: Stop, in the Name of COVID!
Emilio Zagheni, MPIDR; I. Weber, Qatar Computing Research Institute; J. Klein.

Session 59: Gender, Work, and Family in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

59-1: A Gender Story of Social Disengagement of Young Adults in Latin America
A. Castro, MPIDR; C. Liu, University of St. Andrews; E. Batyra, Center for Demographic Studies.

Flash: Data Collection in Difficult Times: COVID-19 and Other Challenges

58-2: MyTimeUse: An Online Implementation of the Day-Reconstruction Method
L. Sayer, University of Maryland; L. Doan; R. Gordon Rinderknecht,MPIDR.

Poster Session 3: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior and Reproductive Health

COVID-19 and the Future of U.S. Fertility: What Can We Learn from Google?
Joshua WildeSophie Lohmann; and W. Chen, all: MPIDR.

The Diffusion of Scientific Knowledge on Family Planning Behavior: When, Where, and by Whom Is Research Being Done?
Aasli Abdi Nur (Presenting), University of Washington; Aliakbar Akbaritabar, MPIDR; Maria Vignau Loria; Noah Coolman (both: University of Washington); Xinguang Fan, Peking University; Sara Curran, University of Washington

Leadership Skills and Completed Fertility Among Males: A Study Based on Data from Swedish Registries
K. Barclay;  Peters, MPIDR.

5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

Sessions 101: New Immigrant Destinations in Global Perspective

101-4: Openness to Migrate Internationally for a Job: Evidence from LinkedIn Data
André Grow; Daniela Perrotta; and Emilio Zagheni, all: MPIDR; H. de Valk, NIDI/Vrije Universiteit Brussel; S. C. Johnson; Theile, both: MPIDR.

Session 104: The Future of Publishing in the Population Sciences

Panelist: Joshua Wilde, MPIDR.

Friday, April 8, 2022

8:00 AM - 9:15 AM

Flash: Geographic Differences in Mortality

119-5: The Growing Rural–Urban Divide in U.S. Life Expectancy: Contribution of Cardiovascular Disease and Other Major Causes of Death
L. Abrams, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Mikko Myrskylä, MPIDR; N. Mehta, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Poster Session 5: Migration, Urbanization, Neighborhoods, Race and Ethnicity

Online Social Integration of Migrants: Evidence from Twitter
André Grow; Emilio Zagheni, both: MPIDR; I. Weber, Qatar Computing Research Institute; Jisu Kim, MPIDR; K. Garimella; S. E. Wang Sonne, World Bank.

9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Sessions 123: Fertility Decline and Child Outcomes in Global Perspective

123-3: When Do Parents Bury a Child? Uncertainty of Offspring Loss Across the Demographic Transition
Diego Alburez-GutierrezEmilio Zagheni; and Ugofilippo Basellini, all: MPIDR.

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Poster Session 6: Children and Youth, Intergenerational Ties, Education, Work and Economic Inequality
(Marquis Ballroom)

P6-2560: Are There Still Differences? Adult Health of East and West German Cohorts Born After Reunification
L. Bister, University of Groningen; Mine Kühn, MPIDR; T. Vogt, University of Groningen.

P6-2597: Do Parents Reinforce or Compensate for Within-Family Educational Inequality Through Discordant Support, and How Do They?
Philipp Dierker, MPIDR

P6-2637: Trends in Female Labor Force Participation in India: The Role of Demographic Factors
K. James; Rishabh Tyagi, MPIDR.

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Sessions 154: Racial/Ethnic Inequalities in Health and Mortality

154-4: Assessing the Burden of Joint Cognitive and Physical Health Impairment in the U.S., 1998–2016
H. Kulu; J. M. Hale, both: University of St Andrews; Mikko Myrskylä, MPIDR; S. Sharma, University of St Andrews.

Session 156: Demographic Responses to Environmental Change

156-3: Temperature Extremes, Conflict, and Migration in West Asia and North Africa
Jasmin Abdel Ghany, MPIDR.

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Sessions 161: Advances in Forecasting and Projection of Demographic Outcomes

161-4: Lee-Carter Cohort Mortality Forecasts
C. Camarda, Institut National d’Études Démographiques (INED); Ugofilippo Basellini, MPIDR.

Session 165: Couple and Intergenerational Fertility Dynamics

165-2: Changes in Self-rated Health Around the Time of Childbirth Among Couples Across Europe
Mikko MyrskyläNatalie Nitsche, both: MPIDR.

Session 165: Fertility Preferences, Desires, and Intentions

166-2: Changing Fertility Ideals? Differences Between 1970s, 1980s, and Early-1990s Birth Cohorts from Finland
A. Rotkirch, Population Research Institute; A. Miettinen, Kela, the Social Insurance Institution of Finland; K. Savelieva; M. Jokela, University of Helsinki; Natalie Nitsche, MPIDR; V. Berg, Population Research Institute, Väestöliitto.

Session 172: Innovative Data and Methods for Population and Environmental Research

Discussant 1: Joshua Wilde, MPIDR.

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Flash: Birth Intervals and Birth Timing

164-5: Forward Looking and Fertility in Germany: A Dyadic Approach
D. Bellani; D. Vignoli, University of Florence; Peters, MPIDR.

Flash: New Data and Methods in Migration Research

171-5: Internal Versus International Scholarly Mobility and Migration Worldwide
Aliakbar AkbaritabarEmilio Zagheni; and Xinyi Zhao, all: MPIDR.

171-6: EU-15 Immigrants Language Integration on Twitter
Beatriz Sofía Gil Clavel; André Grow, MPIDR; M. Bijlsma.

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Poster Session 7: Mortality and Morbidity, COVID-19, Data and Methods

Intersecting Racial and Socioeconomic Inequalities in Multimorbid Life Expectancy in South Africa: A Multistate Modeling Approach
A. Lam, University of St Andrews & MPIDR; H. Kulu, University of St Andrews; K. Keenan; Mikko Myrskylä, MPIDR.

Sex Differences in COVID-19 Mortality in the United States: A State-Level Analysis
D. Ghio, Joint Research Centre European Commission; Enrique Acosta, MPIDR; P. Violo; S. Bignami, Université de Montréal; T. Riffe.

COVID-19 Fatality in Germany: Demographic Determinants of Variation in Case-Fatality Rates Across and Within German Federal States During the First and Second Waves
Enrique AcostaNatalie Nitsche, both: MPIDR; S. Morwinsky.

Years of Life Lost During the COVID-19 Pandemic by Care Status in Sweden
A. Meyer, Karolinska Institutet; Enrique Acosta, MPIDR; H. Caswell, University of Amsterdam; K. Modig, Karolinska Institutet; M. Ebeling.

Stillbirths in Germany: On the Rise, but No Additional Increases During the First COVID-19 Lockdown
Maxi KniffkaMine Kühn; and Natalie Nitsche, all: MPIDR; R. Rau, University of Rostock.

Who Will Remember COVID-19? Demographic Memory After a Global Pandemic
A. Verdery, Pennsylvania State University; Diego Alburez-GutierrezEmilio Zagheni, both: MPIDR; M. Snyder, University of California, Berkeley.

Ex-Post Evaluation of COVID-19 Mortality Forecast Models
C. Bohk-Ewald, University of Helsinki; Ricarda Duerst, MPIDR.

3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Session 183: Sex Preferences and Gendered Fertility Dynamics

183-4: How Missing Men Lead to Missing Women: Revising Natural Sex Ratios at Birth for the Fragile Male
Joshua Wilde, MPIDR.

Session 185: Racialization, Heterogeneity in Immigrant Adaptation, and the Impacts of Migration

185-3: Immigrant–Native Health Disparities in Germany: A Test of the Weathering Hypothesis
Mikko Myrskylä; Peng Li; and Silvia Loi, MPIDR.

Session 187: Refugee Populations

187-1: The Interplay Between Refugee Inflows and Media Coverage in Determining Attitudes Toward Immigrants in Germany
Chia-Jung TsaiEmilio Zagheni; and R. Gordon Rinderknecht, all: MPIDR.

187-2: Comparing the Patterns of Internal Migration and Urban Refugee Settlements: A Case Study in Turkey
Ebru Sanliturk, MPIDR.

Saturday, April 9, 2022

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Sessions 198: Low Fertility and Childlessness

198-1: Hooray for the J: Longitudinal Evidence on Human Development and Fertility Decline Reversals in the United States
Christian Dudel; Schubert; and Marina Kolobova, all: MPIDR.

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Sessions 208: Formal and Mathematical Demography

208-2: Combining a Two-Sex Model of Births with Decomposition Methods to Explain Changing Fertility Patterns
Christian Dudel, MPIDR.

Session 214: Fertility and COVID-19 in the United States, Europe, and Latin America

214-1: Subnational Fertility and the COVID-19 Pandemic in Colombia and Brazil, 2010–2021
A. Castro, MPIDR; B. P. Urdinola, Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Bogota; Enrique Acosta, MPIDR; I. Pardo, Programa de Población, UDELAR; N. Sacco, Pennsylvania State University.

214-4: Pandemic Babies? The Fertility Response to the First COVID-19 Wave Across European Regions
Jasilioniene, MPIDR; A. Berrington, University of Southampton; A. QAMAR; A. Muller, Institut national d'études démographiques; B. Riederer, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU), Vienna Institute of Demography/ Austrian Academy of Sciences; C. Bagavos, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences; D. Vignoli, University of Florence; D. Ramiro-Fariñas, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales (CSIC); D. Galdauskaite, Vilnius University; G. Andersson, Stockholm University; J. Nisen, MPIDR; K. Neels, Antwerp University; K. Zeman, Austrian Academy of Sciences; L. Dommermuth, Statistics Norway; L. Szabó, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; L. Toulemon, Institut National d’Études Démographiques (INED); M. Lerch; Maxi Kniffka, MPIDR; M. Cadhla, Trinity College Dublin; Mikko MyrskyläNatalie Nitsche; and Peng Li, all: MPIDR; P. Fallesen, Rockwool Foundation; P. Olga, Destatis--Statistisches Bundesamt; S. te Riele, Statistics Netherlands; S. Clemente, University of Lisbon.

Session 211: Kinship Dynamics and Inequality

211-1: Kinship Demography: Review and Key Areas for Future Development
A. Verdery, Pennsylvania State University; Diego Alburez-GutierrezEmilio Zagheni, both: MPIDR; E. Smith-Greenaway, University of Southern California; H. Caswell, University of Amsterdam; M. Kolk, Stockholm University; N. Barban, University of Essex; R. Margolis, University of Western Ontario; X. Song, University of Pennsylvania.

12:45 PM - 2:00 PM

Sessions 224: Culture: Concepts, Measures, and Influences on Demographic Outcomes

224-1: Cultural Similarities Predict Migration Over and Above Shared Location, Shared Language, and Shared History
Coimbra Vieira; Emilio Zagheni; and Sophie Lohmann, all: MPIDR.

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