Poster Session Ageing, Health and Mortality

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1. Sex Differences in Functional Difficulty and Disability-Free Life Expectancy among Older Persons in Indonesia and the PhilippinesJeofrey B. Abalos , Independent researcher.

2. Cross-National Differences in Living Arrangements among Older Adults in Southeast AsiaJeofrey B. Abalos, Independent researcher; Mae Abigail Oberos , Philippine Statistics Authority.

3. Socioeconomic Inequalities of Child Stunting in Sri Lanka –a Decomposition StudyGayathri Abeywickrama ; Sabu S. S. Padmadas, University of Southampton; Andrew Hinde, University of Southampton.

4. Bayesian Estimation of Cure Rate from Survival Data of HIV/AIDS Patients under Anteretroviral TherapyKazeem Adeleke , Obafemi Awolowo University.

5. Women's Experience of Child Death over the Life Course: A Global Demographic PerspectiveDiego Alburez , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Emilio Zagheni, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Martin Kolk, Stockholm University.

6. Cancer Screening Attendance among Czech WomenAnna Altová , Charles University, Faculty of Science; Michala Lustigová, Charles University, Faculty of Science; National Institute of Public Health, Prague.

7. Why People Survive to High Advanced Ages? Another Look at the Plasticity of AgeingJesus-Adrian Alvarez, Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics, University of Southern Denmark; Anthony Medford, University of Southern Denmark; Catalina Torres , University of Southern Denmark.

8. Assessing the Performance of Machine Learning Models to Predict Neonatal Mortality Risk in Brazil, 2000-2016Luciana C. Alves , University of Campinas (UNICAMP); Carlos Eduardo Beluzo, Federal Institute of São Paulo; Natália M. Arruda, Federal Institute of São Paulo; Rodrigo Campos Bresan, Federal Institute of São Paulo; Tiago Carvalho, Federal Institute of São Paulo.

9. The Estimation of Health-Related Quality of Life Losses Due to a Technological Disaster in Brazil Using the EQ-5D-3LMonica V. Andrade , Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR), UFMG; Kenya V. Noronha, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); André Santos, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Aline Souza, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Gilvan R. Guedes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Bernardo Diniz, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Anderson Cavalcanti, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Aline Magalhães, Cedeplar | UFMG; Denise Duarte, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Paul Kind, University of Leeds.

10. The Relationship between the Accessibility to Food Infrastructure and Obesity among Adults in the Netherlands: A Spatial AnalysisBenjamin Aretz , University of Rostock, University of Groningen; Gabriele Doblhammer, University of Rostock; Fanny Janssen, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University of Groningen.

11. Who Has Access to Public Health Services? Understanding Spatial and Non-Spatial Variations in the Utilization of Primary and Secondary Public Health Care Services in GuatemalaAstrid Arriaza , University of Southampton; Amos R. Channon, University of Southampton.

12. Determinantes of Adult Mortality in Brazilian Small Areas in 2010: an Analysis Based on Machine Learning ModelsNatália M. Arruda , Federal Institute of São Paulo; Tiago Carvalho, Federal Institute of São Paulo; Luciana C. Alves, University of Campinas (UNICAMP).

13. Changes in Mortality in the Second Half of 19th and First Half of 20th Centuries: An Event History Analysis with Monthly Data in Rural Population in SerbiaDaniela Arsenovic , University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences; Renata Fekete, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences.

14. Geographical Mobility among Older People and Their Adult Children in Sweden: The Role of Parents’ Health Issues and Family TiesAlena Artamonova , University of Groningen; Maria Branden, Stockholm University and Linköping University; Brian J. Gillespie, University of Groningen; Clara H. Mulder, University of Groningen.

15. Winter Mortality in Hungary and Portugal, 1980-2017Alda B. Azevedo , University of Lisbon; Laszlo Nemeth, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Lajos Bálint, Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO).

16. The Less, the Merrier? Cohort Size, Welfare State Regimes, and Inequalities in Voter Turnout across SocietiesLeo Azzollini , Bocconi University; Francesco Billari, Bocconi University; Gøsta Esping-Andersen, Bocconi University.

17. Culture, Structure, or Both? Explaining Spatial Inequalities of Suicide in HungaryLajos Bálint , Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO); Bozsonyi Karoly, Karoli University Budapest.

18. Non-Standard Work and Mortality. A Census-Based Investigation in BelgiumRebeka Balogh , Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Sylvie Gadeyne, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Christophe Vanroelen, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

19. Is Seasonal Wasting Responsible for the Rising Incidence of Acute Encephalitis Virus in Muzaffarpur Bihar, IndiaAnjali Bansal , IIPS; Laxmi Kant Dwivedi, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Priyanka Dixit, TISS.

20. The Evolution of Causes of Deaths in Relation to Economic Development: Study for Small Areas in Brazil, 1991-2010Emerson Baptista , Asian Demographic Research Institute; Bernardo L. Queiroz, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR).

21. Continuity and Change in the Geography of US LongevityMagali Barbieri, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Florian Bonnet , Ecole normale supérieure de Paris-Saclay; Celeste Winant, University of California, Berkeley.

22. Behavioural Factors Affecting Condom-Use Negotiation among South African Female YouthOlolade O. J. Baruwa, North West University; Acheampong Y. Amoateng , North-West.

23. Consequences of Social Safety Nets Benefits and Causes for Not Included in the Targeted Programmes – a Multivariate ApproachMusammad Rahima Begum , Regional Coordinator, Democracy International; Dr. Md. Zakir Hossain, Professor, Dept of Statistics, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology; Musa Halima Begum, Assistant professor, Leading University; Md. Aminul Kaiser Kaiser, Lecturer, Deffodil International University.

24. How Are Women Catching up? A Slow Decline of the Gender Pension Gap between GenerationsRapoport Benoît , Université Paris 1; Carole Bonnet, Institut National d’Études Démographiques (INED); Dominique Meurs, INED.

25. Re-Looking Various Factors Associated with Health Spending on Maternity Care in IndiaMonirujjaman Biswas , PhD research Scholar.

26. Forecasting the Future: Using Lagged Data to Improve Coherent Mortality ForecastingHeather Booth , Australian National University; Marie-Pier Bergeron-Boucher, Interdisciplinary Center on Population Dynamics (CPop), University of Southern Denmark.

27. Who Wants to Live Forever? Exploring the Frontiers of Human Life Span Using Extreme Value TheoryJorge M. Bravo , Universidade Nova de Lisboa (NOVA IMS); Edviges Coelho, Statistics Portugal.

28. Ethnic Differences in Multimorbidity in Scotland – Is the Pakistani Morbidity-Mortality Paradox Real?Genevieve Cezard , University of St Andrews; Nissa Finney, University of St Andrews; Hill Kulu, University of St Andrews; Alan D. Marshall, University of Manchester.

29. Is Aging Sleeplessness Destiny? Age, Cohort and Gender Variations in Problem SleepJen-Hao Chen , Rutgers University.

30. Trajectories of Concurrent Depressive Symptoms and Cognitive Function on Health Outcomes and Mortality – Findings from a Minority Aging PopulationNai-Wei Chen , Beaumont Health System; Miriam Mutambudzi, MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow; Kyriakos S. Markides, University of Texas at Galveston.

31. Formal vs. Informal Social Activity: Do They Substitute or Complement Each Other in Terms of Subjective Well-Being in the Middle and Older Age?Anna Cherviakova , Higher School of Economics; Oxana Sinyavskaya, National Research University Higher School of Economics and Universiteit Maastricht; Daria Kareva, Higher School of Economics.

32. Mothers’ Life Course Work and Career Choices and Intergenerational Ties at Older AgeAgnieszka Chlon-Dominczak, Warsaw School of Economics; Iga Magda, Warsaw School of Economics; Pawel A. Strzelecki , Warsaw School of Economics.

33. The Benefits of Knowledge: Mortality Expectations and Sexual BehaviorAlberto Ciancio , University of Pennsylvania; Adeline Delavande, RAND and Universidade Nova de Lisboa; Hans-Peter Kohler, University of Pennsylvania; Iliana V. Kohler, University of Pennsylvania.

34. Effect of Individual Lifestyle Choices on the Cause and Timing of Death and Their Impact on Aggregate Population MeasuresLaura Cilek , Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales (CCHS-CSIC); Diego Ramiro, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Mathias Voigt.

35. Looking beyond Averages: Quantile Regression Approach to Model Older-Adult Europeans’ Quality of LifeElisa Cisotto , Free University of Bozen-Bolzano; Giulia Cavrini, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano.

36. Who Cares for Whom? Determinants of Informal Solidarity towards Older Adults in the French West Indies and Reunion Island.Maude Crouzet , Université de Strasbourg.

37. Trends in Modal Length of Life by Occupational Class in Finland, 1971-2010Viorela Diaconu , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Alyson A. van Raalte, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki.

38. Self-Preservation Behaviour as a Condition for Reducing Mortality and Increasing Life ExpectancyYulia Dmitrieva , Institute of Socio-Economic Studies of Population, Russian Academy of Sciences.

39. It Is Heyday for Viruses! Prevalence and Determinants of Negative Attitudes toward Vaccines in ItalyCeylan Engin , Bogazici University; Cristiano Vezzoni, University of Milan.

40. Gender Gap in Life Expectancy: Age- and Cause-Specific Decomposition of Ten Countries.Alessandro Feraldi , University of Rome La Sapienza.

41. Where the High Infant Mortality Rate Trap Might Begin?Ludmila Fialova, Charles University in Prague; Klara Hulikova Tesarkova , Charles University in Prague; Barbora Janakova Kuprova, Charles University.

42. Addressing Deficiencies in Cause-of-Death Data for PolandAgnieszka Fihel , Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw.

43. Bad Boys?! Adolescent School Injuries and Classroom Sex Compositions in GermanyAndreas Filser , University of Oldenburg; Robert Lipp, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences; Richard Preetz, University of Oldenburg; Sven Stadtmüller, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences.

44. Chest Circumference and Health. A Study on Italian Military Call-up Records (19th-20th C.)Alessio Fornasin , University of Udine; Marco Breschi, Università degli Studi di Sassari; Matteo Manfredini, University of Parma.

45. Educational Differences in Breast Cancer Incidence and Breast Cancer Survival. How Do They Add up?Sylvie Gadeyne , Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Victoria Sass, VUB.

46. Population Aging, Worse than the Black Plague?Dominic Gagnon; Pierre André Ménard , CRIM.

47. Sibling Relationships in Later Life: A Different Story in ChinaTingshuai Ge , Institute for Population and Development Studies, Xi`an Jiaotong University; Quanbao Jiang, Xi'an Jiaotong University.

48. The Impact of Multimorbidity Patterns in Health Changes over Time among Older Europeans. Approaching the Gender Divergences.Madelin Gomez-Leon , IN3 - Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Open University of Catalonia; Celia Fernández-Carro, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED).

49. The Impact of Multimorbidity Patterns in Health Changes over Time among Older Europeans. Approaching the Gender Divergences.Madelín Gómez-León , University of Southampton; Celia Fernández-Carro, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED).

50. Impact of Climate Change on Human Health in India: Issues and Priority ConcernsRadhey Shyam Goyal .

51. Age Distribution of Multidimensional Quality of Life for Population with and without DisabilitiesIzabela Grabowska , Warsaw School of Economics; Radoslaw Antczak, SGH Warsaw School of Economics.

52. Spatial Patterns of Male Alcohol-Related Mortality in Four Post-Communist CountriesPavel Grigoriev , Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Domantas Jasilionis, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and Vytautas Magnus University; Sebastian Kluesener, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB); Sergey Timonin, National Research University Higher School of Economics; Evgeny Andreev, National Research University Higher School of Economics; France Meslé, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Jacques Vallin, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

53. Accumulation and Reproduction of Inequalities through the Housing System. The Role of Employment Instability and Intergenerational Transmission in Transition to Homeownership, Italy 1989-2016Davide Gritti , University of Trento.

54. Health Vulnerability Related to Climate Extremes in Amazonia and the Brazilian NortheastGilvan R. Guedes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Pollyane Silva, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte; Kenya V. Noronha , Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Lara Andrade, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte; Cláudio Silva, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte.

55. Socioeconomic Inequality in Mortality Due to Cancer: The Female Cancer Transition in BrazilRaphael Guimaraes; Camila Muzi , Brazilian National Cancer Institute; Karina Meira, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte; Flavia Andrade, University of Illinois.

56. Increasing Social Inequalities in Life Expectancy in SwedenÖrjan Hemström , Statistics Sweden.

57. Disease Incidence and Family Solidarity: Evidence from the Share and HRS DataJohn C. Henretta , University of Florida.

58. Spousal Care and Marital Quality in Later Life: A Longitudinal AnalysisUrsula Henz , London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

59. Modelling Frontier Mortality Using Bayesian Generalised Additive ModelsJason Hilton , University of Southampton; Erengul Dodd, University of Southampton; Peter W.F. Smith, University of Southampton; Jonathan J. Forster, University of Warwick.

60. Do Men Avoid Seeking Medical Advice? Gender-Specific Changes in Primary Healthcare Use after First Hospitalization at Ages 60+ in Denmark.Andreas Höhn , MPDIR Rostock and SDU Odense; Jutta Gampe, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Rune Lindahl-Jacobsen, Max Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging; Kaare Christensen, University of Southern Denmark and Odense University Hospital; Anna Oksuzyan, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

61. Detailed Mortality Patterns in Europe during the Demographic Transition: Extension of the Dataset by Data from the Czech RepublicKlara Hulikova Tesarkova, Charles University in Prague; Petr Mazouch , University of Economics, Prague (VSE); Ludmila Fialová, Charles University.

62. The Costs and Benefits of Investing in Sexual and Reproductive Health in PakistanSabahat Hussain , Population Council.

63. Population Ageing and Its Economic Consequences in EU Countries: Analysis Based on National (Time) Transfer AccountsTanja Istenic , University of Ljubljana.

64. Exploring Relationship between Health Conditions, Chronic Absenteeism and Learning Skills: Evidences from Primary Grade StudentsCharu Jain ; Ruchi Jain, National Council of Applied Economic Research.

65. Twin Births and Neonatal Mortality in India: Trend and Patterns, 1992-2016William Joe , Institute of Economic Growth.

66. Voluntary Association Growth and Mortality in Sweden 1895-1930Johan Junkka , Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR), Umeå University.

67. Long-Term Trends of Disability and Mortality in Swedish PopulationsKateryna Karhina , Umeå University; Lotta Vikström, Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR), Umeå University; Johan Junkka, Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR), Umeå University; Glenn Sandström, Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR), Umeå University; Alessandra Grotta, Karolinska Institutet.

68. Contributing Factors of Women's Autonomy among Muslim and Its Effect on Child Care: Cross Countries Comparison of India, Indonesia and BangladeshNavaid Ali Khan , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Priya Sharma, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

69. First Birth Age and Women's Midyear Metabolic RisksDaum Kim , Seoul National University; Youngtae Cho, Seoul National University.

70. Intergenerational Relations and Migration: Closely Connected despite Distance?Ronny König , Universität Zürich; Bettina Isengard, Universität Zürich; Marc Szydlik, Universität Zürich.

71. Lifetime Effects of Early Mortality Caused by Unintentional Accidents on Fiscal Pressure of Social Security Pension Fund in IranMajid Koosheshi , Assistant professor, Department of Demography, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Tehran; Reza Reyhan, MA in Demography.

72. Association between Relationship Status and Emotional Distress during PregnancyKrisztina Kopcsó , Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Laura Szabó, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute.

73. Cohort Mortality Developments in GreeceByron Kotzamanis , University of Thessaly; Konstantinos Zafeiris, Department of History and Ethnology, Democritus University of Thrac; Anastasia Kostaki, Athens University of Economics & Business.

74. The Private Health Consumption in Russia within the Lifecycle. Is There an Evidence of Growth for Older Ages?Vladimir Kozlov , National Research University Higher School of Economics.

75. Effects of Economic and Socio-Structural Characteristics of the Living Area on the Risk of Long-Term Care in Germany with a Special Focus on Cardiovascular Diseases. A Study Based on Health Claims Data in 2014-2016Daniel Kreft , Universität Rostock; Gabriele Doblhammer, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE).

76. Adult Children’s Union Status and Contact with Mothers: A Comparative View Using within-Family Fixed-Effect ModelsMartin Kreidl , Masaryk University; Zuzana Žilincíková, Masaryk University.

77. “Why Are You Not Completely Satisfied?” Relationship Satisfaction, Household Money Management and Economic Conflicts among Older Couples in SwedenLinda Kridahl , Stockholm University; Ann-Zofie Duvander, Stockholm University.

78. Self-Reported Morbidities among Tribal Main Workers Residing Adjacent the Turamdih Uranium Mine and Mill in Jharkhand, India.Ashwani Kumar ; Kailash Chandra Das, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

79. Is Interventions Programmes Impact on Nutritional Status and Health among Mothers and Children in Empowered Action Group (EAG) States, India: An Evidence from the NFHS-Iv?Rajeev Kumar ; Balram Paswan.

80. Gender Aspects of the Tobacco Epidemic in RussiaPolina Kuznetsova , Russian Academy of National Economy and Public AdministrationRANEPA; Irina E. Kalabikhina, Moscow State University.

81. Relationships between Elderly Employment and Labor Market Outcomes of Young and Prime-Age Adults: Evidence from Korean Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional DataBun Song Lee , University of Arkansas --Fort Smith; Hoolda Kim, Black Hills State University; Eunyoung Choi, Seoul City Chamber; Nhi Pham, University of Arkansas --Fort Smith.

82. Cohort Differences in the Relationship between Living Arrangements and Health among Older Adults in a Transitional SocietyYeonJin Lee , University of Hong Kong; Wei-Jun Jean Yeung, National University of Singapore.

83. Resource Safety Net or Maximum Utility? The Intergenerational Relationship in Chinese Family with Multiple ChildrenTing Li , Renmin University of China; Yongai Jin, Renmin University of China; Dan Tang, Renmin university of China.

84. A Bayesian Approach to Developing a Stochastic Mortality Model for ChinaJohnny Siu-Hang Li, University of Waterloo; Kenneth Q. Zhou, Arizona State University; Xiaobai Zhu, University of Waterloo; Wai Sum Chan , The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Felix Wai-Hon Chan, University of Hong Kong.

85. Reaping the Benefits of Demographic Dividends in Sub-Saharan African Countries: When Are Their Windows of Opportunity and What Is Different Compared to Experiences Elsewhere?Elke Loichinger , Federal Institute for Population Research.

86. Residential Independence of Older People in Spain. An Approximation Based on an Analysis of HouseholdsCristina López Villanueva , Universitat de Barcelona; Isabel Pujadas, Universitat de Barcelona; Miguel Rubiales, Universitat de Barcelona.

87. Does Mobility Matter? Income Inequality after RetirementDiana López-Falcón , Munich Center for the Economics of Aging; Yuri Pettinicchi, Munich Center for the Economics of Aging, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy.

88. Is Mother’s Education Protective against Child’s Malnutrition in Developing Countries? The Mediating Role of Feeding Choices in 39 Developing CountriesFrancesca Luppi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore; Matteo Migheli .

89. Spousal Labour Supply and Home Production Adjustments to Health ShocksAnnarita Macchioni Giaquinto , Ca' Foscari University of Venice; Andrew Jones, University of York, Monash University University of Bergen;; Nigel Rice, University of York; Francesca Zantomio, Ca' Foscari University of Venice.

90. (Geo)Demographic Aspects of Availability of Health Services: The Case of Diabetology in CzechiaKaterina Maláková , Charles University, Prague; Ludek Šídlo, Charles University, Prague.

91. Parental Separation and Intergenerational SupportAnna Manzoni , North Carolina State University; Sergi Vidal, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), Barcelona.

92. Mapping Vaccine Hesitancy in Italy. A Correlational Class Analysis of Shared Understandings of Vaccine Uptake.Mauro Martinelli , Università degli Studi di Trento.

93. Is Hysterectomy a New Threat for Indian Women?Trupti Meher , Ph.D Scholar.

94. The More the Merrier? Accounting for the Dynamic Role of Household Composition in Child Mortality in Sub-Saharan AfricaAshira Menashe-Oren , Université Catholique de Louvain; Philippe Bocquier, Université Catholique de Louvain; Carren Ginsburg, University of the Witwatersrand; Yacouba Compaore, Université Catholique de Louvain.

95. Ageing and Public Pensions in Spain. Do We Face a Problem of Macroeconomic Sustainability?Sol Minoldo, CONICET; Julio Pérez Díaz , CSIC.

96. Tobacco (Smoking or Smokeless) Use among Pregnant Women and Its Contributing Factors in India: A Maternal & Child Health ConcernVijay Kumar Mishra, Public Health Foundation of India; Surbhi Shrivastava , Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes.

97. Multiple Vulnerabilities in Access to and Utilizing of Maternal and Child Health Care Services in India: A Spatial-Regional AnalysisPrem Shankar Mishra , Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bengaluru, India.

98. Application of Goodness-of-Fit Tests for the Gompertz Distribution to Identify Structural Deviations from the Exponential Pattern of Human Death RatesTrifon I. Missov , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Laszlo Nemeth, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

99. Demographic Ageing and Living Arrangements of the ElderlyJudit Monostori , Hungarian Demographic Research Institute.

100. Maternal Mortality in India: Malnutrition, in Particular and OthersDr. Barun Kumar Mukhopadhyay , Retired scientist, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata.

101. Socioeconomic Inequality of Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases in IndiaAkif Mustafa , International Institute for Population Sciences.

102. Regional Dynamics of Violence in Colombia. Demographic Costs and Geospatial Differences of Violent Mortality 1985-2015Rafael Navarro , Phd Student; Enrique Acosta, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

103. The Relationship between Longevity and Lifespan VariationAndrea Nigri , Sapienza, University of Rome; Elisabetta Barbi, Sapienza University of Rome; Susanna Levantesi, Sapienza University of Rome.

104. Frequency of Twin Births in Sub-Saharan Africa: Levels, Trends, and Associated FactorsAdama Ouedraogo , Institut national d'études démographiques (Ined) & Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne; Gilles Pison, French National Museum of Natural History and Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Sophie Le Coeur, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Abdramane Soura, Université de Ouagadougou.

105. The Effects of Patriarchal Kinship Expansion on Differential Mortality between Husband and Wife in Joseon, 1500-1900Keong suk Park , Seoul National University; Heejin Park, Kyungpook National University; Kwangryeol Baek, The Academy of Korean Studies; Youn Jung Bae, seoul national university.

106. Gender Differences in Marital Happiness among Newly Married Individuals in India: Do the Demographic and Socioeconomic Factors Matter?Kamalesh Kumar Patel , International Institute for Population Sciences, Deonar Mumbai-400088; Murali Dhar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

107. Impact of Child Marriage on Nutritional Status and Anaemia of Children under 5 Years of Age: Empirical Evidence from IndiaPintu Paul , Jawaharlal Nehru University; Pradip Chouhan, University of Gour Banga.

108. Caring for Older Dependent People in Low- and Middle-Income Countries- Effects of Caregiver Age upon Their Mental HealthRuttana Phetsitong , Mahidol University; Patama Vapattanawong, Mahidol University; Martin J. Prince, Institute of Psychiatry; Kia-Chong Chua, King's College London; Rosie Mayston, King's College London.

109. Pattern and Correlates of Multimorbidity in India: Evidence from Demographic and Health SurveyParul Puri ; Ajinkya Kothavale, International Institute for Population Sciences.

110. Health and Subjective Well-Being – a Two-Way Relationship? Evidence from Three Central European CountriesLadislav Rabusic , Masaryk University; Beatrice Chromková Manea, Masaryk University.

111. Intake of Fruit, Vegetables, Salt and Fat in Relation to Cardiovascular Disease and Related Non-Communicable Diseases among Indigenous and Immigrant PakistanisQaisar Raza , Nur International University Lahore; Mary Nicolaou, University of Amsterdam; Jaap Seidell, Vrij Universitet Amsterdam.

112. Population Ageing in Aged Population. A Focus on Italian RetiredCecilia Reynaud, Università Roma Tre; Sara Basso , Università di Roma "La Sapienza"; Sara Miccoli, Sapienza University of Rome.

113. Fuzzy Mortality Model Based on the Algebra of Oriented Fuzzy NumbersAgnieszka Rossa , University of Lodz; Andrzej Szymanski, University of Lodz.

114. Rethinking Replacement MigrationAndreea Beatrice Rusu , Cedeplar.

115. Life Expectancy Gaps between Jews and Palestinians in Israel: Revealing Racial and Regional Mortality InequalitiesAmeed Saabneh , University of Haifa.

116. Lineage Patterns in a Dual-Ethnic Society: Ethnolinguistic Registration across Four Generations in Contemporary FinlandJan M. Saarela , Åbo Akademi University; Martin Kolk, Stockholm University; Ognjen Obucina, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

117. Effect of Birth Interval on Child Undernutrition: Evidence from a Recent Large Scale Survey in IndiaHarihar Sahoo, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Holendro Singh , BBC World Service Trust; Strong Marbaniang.

118. Indicators of Economic Dependency Using the National Transfer Accounts Results for EU CountriesJoze Sambt , University of Ljubljana; Tanja Istenic, University of Ljubljana.

119. Social Ties and the Prevalence of Multimorbidity among the Elderly Population in Selected States of IndiaSree Sanyal , Jawaharlal Nehru University.

120. Does Survival Chance of Syrian Refugee Infants Differ from the Native Infants in Turkey and Jordan? Evidence from TDHS-2018 and JDHS-2017/18Melike Saraç , Hacettepe University; Ismet Koc, Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies.

121. Raising of c-Section Births in the Context of ‘Public’ and ‘Private’ Health Care Dichotomy: The Concern of Reproductive Health Rights of Women in IndiaSanjit Sarkar , Central University of Karnataka.

122. Socioeconomic Inequalities in Cancer Incidence, Survival, and Mortality in BelgiumVictoria Sass , VUB; Michael Rosskamp, Belgian Cancer Registry; Sylvie Gadeyne, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Freija Verdoodt, Belgian Cancer Registry.

123. Use of Maternal and Reproductive Health Interventions in Sierra LeoneA. Sathiya Susuman , University of the Western Cape.

124. Mapping Extreme Longevity Areas in ItalyFrancesco Scalone, University of Bologna; Alessandra Samoggia , Università di Bologna; Anna Capponcelli, University of Bologna.

125. Linkages between Raised Blood Pressure Risk and Occupation of Men of Age Group 25-54 Years: Evidence from IndiaChander Sekhar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Apurba Shil , Ben Gurion University of the Negev.

126. Inequalities in Contraceptive Use among Female Adolescents in South Asian Countries: A Decomposition AnalysisHimani Sharma .

127. Shifting Paradigm in Cause of Maternal Mortality: A Pathway to Examine Obstetric Transition in West Bengal, India.Mohammed Illias Sheikh , International Institute for Population Sciences; Balram Paswan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Tapan Naskar, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata, India.

128. Exploring the Spatial Variation in Diabetes Burden among Women in India: Evidence from a Cross-Sectional SurveySingh Shrikant , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Parul Puri.

129. Impact of the Mother’s Age at Childbirth on the Health of New-Born ChildrenLudek Šídlo , Charles University, Prague; Anna Stastna, Charles University, Prague; Jirina Kocourková, Charles University in Prague.

130. A Frailty Indicator for Old People in a Local Health Unit in the Veneto Region: A Proposal Based on Multiple OutcomesMargherita Silan ; Giovanna Boccuzzo, Università di Padova; Giulio Caperna, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission; Nicolò Preo, Università di Padova.

131. The Effect of Cessation of Menstruation on Physical Health: A Study of Indian WomenAngad Singh , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai-400088, India; Dipti Govil, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

132. Evaluation of Poor Self Rated Health among Older People in India from 2004 to 2014: a Decomposition AnalysisShobhit Srivastava; Shekhar Chauhan .

133. Preceding Child Survival Status and Its Effect on Infant and Child Mortality in India: An Evidence from National Family Health Survey 2015-16Shobhit Srivastava; Shubhranshu Upadhyay , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

134. Health Profiles among Nonagenarians from Mugello District (Tuscany, Italy) and Their Socio-Economic CharacteristicsCosmo Strozza, Sapienza University of Rome; Patrizio Pasqualetti , Fatebenefratelli Foundation for Health Research and Education; Viviana Egidi, Sapienza Università di Roma.

135. When Trust Matters Most: Subjective Well-Being, Trust in Institutions and Income InequalityLara P. Tavares , ISCSP, University of Lisbon; Catarina Rivero, ISCSP, University of Lisbon; Christin-Melanie Vauclair, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), CIS-IUL.

136. Population Ageing in the Northern Territory of Australia: We Didn’t See That Coming!Andrew J. Taylor, Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University; Fiona Shalley, Charles Darwin University; Sigurd Dyrting, Charles Darwin University; James Thurmer , Charles Darwin University.

137. There’s More than Meets the Eye – the Multifaceted Picture of Financial Struggles of Older WidowsSylwia Timoszuk , Warsaw School of Economics; Monika Mynarska, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University.

138. Socio-Ecological Determinants of Multiple Sexual Partnerships among Young People in South Africa: Exploring the Role of Social DisorganizationHenry N. Ugwu , University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg; Chukwuechefulam Imo, Adekunle Ajasin University; Clifford O. Odimegwu, Demography and Population Studies programme, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

139. Why Supercentenarians Are so Frequent in French Dom? The Cases of Guadeloupe and MartiniqueJacques Vallin , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

140. Like My Own Children: Relations to Adult Stepchildren in the Context of Serial ParentingKirsten van Houdt , University of Amsterdam.

141. Why Do Older Workers with Chronic Health Conditions Prefer to Retire Early?Anushiya Vanajan , Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University Medical Center Groningen; Ute Bültmann, University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, Department of Health Sciences, Community & Occupational Medicine; Kène Henkens, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI).

142. Differences in Colorectal Cancer Incidence and Survival among First-Generation Labour Immigrants and the Belgian Host PopulationKatrien Vanthomme , Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Hadewijch Vandenheede, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

143. Increased Low Birth Weight Risk among Public Prenatal Care Users – Correlation or Causality?Zsuzsanna Veroszta , Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Julianna Boros, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute.

144. Implications of Mortality Crises in Age at Death: Compression or More Lifespan VariationSerena Vigezzi , Ined; Margherita Moretti, Sapienza Università di Roma; Jesus Daniel Zazueta, Southern Denmark University; José Manuel Aburto, CPop, University of Southern Denmark.

145. Active Ageing: A Comparative ApproachMalina Voicu , Romania Academy, Research Institute for Quality of Life; Madalina Manea, Romanian Academy, Research Institute for Quality of Life.

146. Multimorbidity Patterns and Socioeconomic Position in Vulnerable PopulationsMathias Voigt ; Antonio Abellán; Laura Cilek, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales (CCHS-CSIC); Dariya Ordanovich, Spanish National Research Council; Diego Ramiro, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).

147. Adjusting the German Cause-of-Death Statistics: Redistributing “Non-Informative” Icd-CodesAnnelene Wengler , Robert Koch-Institute.

148. Quantifying the Demographic Drivers of Subnational Population Ageing: The Case of AustraliaTom Wilson , The University of Melbourne; Jeromey Temple, The University of Melbourne.

149. Associations between Communities’ Urbanization Levels and Onset of Hypertension in ChinaJinjing Wu , Asian Demographic Research Institute; Jia Chen, Department of Social Work; Zhen Li, Shanghai University.

150. Is Age Just a Number?Perception on Aging and Health Status in ChinaJuhua Yang, Renmin University of China; Yifeng Liu , Renmin University of China.

151. Changes in Modal Age at Death and Mortality Compression in Turkey: 1920-2020Zehra Yayla Enfiyeci , Hacettepe University institute of Population Studies; Ismet Koc, Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies.

152. Provider-Mother Communication and the Misclassification of Neonatal Death in Guinea-BissauWan Hua Yeung , Johns Hopkins University; Alex Mickler, Johns Hopkins University; Yue Chu, The Ohio State University; Andreea Creanga, Johns Hopkins University; Stephane Helleringer, Johns Hopkins University; Ane Fisker, Statens Serum Institut; Li Liu, Johns Hopkins University.

153. Trends and Determinants of Women’s Life Satisfaction in TurkeyDilek Yildiz , Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Hilal Arslan, Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies; Alanur Cavlin, Hacettepe University.

154. Analysis on the Choice of the First Visiting Medical Treatment Behavior of the Elderly Immigrants in ChinaKang Yin , Shandong University.

155. Gender Differences in Successful Ageing in IranNasibeh Zanjari , University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences,Tehran, Iran; Ahmad Delbari, Iranian Research Center on Ageing, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, IRAN; Yadollah Abolfathi Momtaz, Iranian Research Center on Ageing, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, IRAN.

156. Life Expectancy and Lifespan Variation by Educational Attainment in Mexico: How Large Is the Gap?Jesus Daniel Zazueta , Southern Denmark University; Margherita Moretti, Sapienza Università di Roma; Serena Vigezzi, Ined; Jose Manuel Aburto, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

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