Poster Session Migration, Economics, Environment, Methods, History and Policy

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1. Corruption and Inequality in Contraceptive UseArnstein Aassve, Bocconi University; Francesco Chiocchio , CEMFI; Francesco Gandolfi, UPF; Letizia Mencarini, Università Bocconi.

2. The Impact of Acute Disease Status on the Labour Supply DecisionWinnie Adhiambo , University of Nairobi.

3. Collective Logic in College Field of Study Choice and Its ConsequencesSigal Alon , Tel Aviv University; Dafna Gelbgiser, Tel Aviv University.

4. Data Resource Profile: Human Life Table Database (HLD)Ainhoa Alustiza , Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Magali Barbieri, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); France Meslé, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Dmitri A. Jdanov, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research and New Economic School, Russia.

5. The Impact of Earthquake on Demographic Trends: L’Aquila’s Case.Elena Ambrosetti, University La Sapienza; Francesca Licari, Instituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Sara Miccoli , Sapienza University of Rome; Cecilia Reynaud, Università Roma Tre.

6. The Secondary Migration of Afghans from Iran to EU and Its Influencing FactorsAmir Amiri , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Nasser Mirzahosseini, Ferdowsi University; Reza Ghanbari, Azad University of Mashhad; Hossein Rastegar, Azad University of Mashhad.

7. Women’s Empowerment and Family Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Ethiopia, Kenia and Nigeria.Aurora Angeli , Università di Bologna; Silvana Salvini, University of Florence.

8. Estimating Bilateral Migration Flows amongst South American Countries through Integrating Administrative DataAndrea Aparicio-Castro , PhD Student; Arkadiusz Wisniowski, University of Manchester; Francisco Rowe-Gonzales, University of Liverpool; Mark Brown, University of Manchester.

9. On the Significant Importance of Migration for Overtime Changes in Labour Supply in Selected European Countries: Methodological Insights and Contemporary EvidenceChristos Bagavos , Panteion University.

10. Perceived Immigration and Voting BehaviourDavide Bellucci , University of Turin; Pierluigi Conzo ; Roberto Zotti, University of Turin.

11. The Importance of Self-Confidence in Explaining Subject Choices in High SchoolRapoport Benoît, Université Paris 1; Thibout Claire , Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, The University of Melbourne.

12. Younger versus Older Job Candidates – an Experimental Study in Hungary.Éva Berde , Corvinus University of Budapest; Mánuel László Mágó , Corvinus University of Budapest.

13. Linking Internal and International Migration over the Life-Course: Empirical Evidence and Theoretical ImplicationsAude Bernard , University of Queensland.

14. Lost in the Jungle of Residence Permits: Administrative Trajectories and Labour Market Integration of Refugees in SwitzerlandAnne-Laure Bertrand , University of Neuchâtel.

15. Sexual and Reproductive Health (Srh)-Related Knowledge, Attitude and Behavior of Afghan Refugee Women in Tehran, IranMohamadreza Boroumandzade , University of Tehran; Rasoul Sadeghi, University of Tehran and National Institute of Population Research, Iran; Hossein Mahmoudian, University of Tehran.

16. Mandatory Civil Service and Its Impact on Social CohesionMaria Branden , Stockholm University and Linköping University; Siddartha Aradhya, Lund University.

17. Identifying Profiles of Workers According to Home-to-Work Travel Time in Rio De Janeiro Metropolitan RegionRafaela Bueno , The Opinion Edge; Luiz Sá Lucas, The Opinion Edge.

18. Investigating Social Integration of Second-Generation Foreign Children in Italy: A Model-Based IndicatorAlessio Buonomo, University of Naples Federico II; Stefania Capecchi , University of Naples Federico II; Rosaria Simone, University of Naples Federico II.

19. Schooling and Adult Literacy: A Comparative Analysis Using International AssessmentsMelissa Caldeira Brant de Souza Lima , Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital; Stephanie Bengtsson, IIEP/UNESCO.

20. Unveiling Spatial and Sociodemographic Patterns during the Rise of Solo Living in Spain: A Comparison between the Provinces of Jaen and BarcelonaAntonio D. Cámara , University of Jaen; Inmaculada Barroso-Benítez, University of Jaen; Carmen Rodríguez-Guzmán, University of Jaen; Francisco Barros-Rodríguez, University of Jaen.

21. Month of Birth and Birth Order Effects or Bad Parental Strategies?Mar Cañizares Espadafor , European University Institute; Fabrizio Bernardi, European University Institute.

22. The Generations & Gender Programme Contextual Database: A Renewed Source of Contextual Data for Comparative Demographic ResearchArianna Caporali , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

23. Global Trends of Population Change at Subnational Level.Alessandra Carioli , University of Southampton; Carla Pezzulo, University of Southampton; Sophie Hanspal, University of Southampton; Theo Hilber, University of Southampton; Natalia Tejedor, University of Southampton; Graeme Hornby, University of Southampton; David Kerr, University of Southampton; Kristine Nielsen, University of Southampton; Linda Pistolesi, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Columbia University; Susana Beatriz Adamo, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Columbia University; Jane Mills, CIESIN; Jeremiah J. Nieves, University of Southampton; Heather Chamberlain, University of Southampton; Andrea Gaughan, University of Louisville; Forrest Stevens, University of Louisville; Catherine Linard, Université de Namur; Maksym Bondarenko, University of Southampton; Greg Yaetman, CIESIN; Alessandro Sorichetta, University of Southampton; William James, University of Leeds; Andrew J. Tatem, University of Southampton.

24. Migration during Armed Conflict Increased the Vulnerability of Syrian Destination PopulationsElwood Carlson , Florida State University; Nathalie Williams, University of Washington, Seattle.

25. Analyzing the Quality of Age Reporting from Population Censuses for All Countries of the World: 1950-2020 Census RoundsRafaella Carnevali , UFMG - Cedeplar; Patrick Gerland, United Nations Population Division.

26. Selectivity of Latin American Emigration: What Drives Colombians’ Intraregional and Extraregional Migration?Jose Ignacio Carrasco , Pompeu Fabra University.

27. Gender Dimensions of Migration: Implications for Adolescents’ Schooling in Urban Areas of Africa and AsiaSophia Chae , Université de Montréal; Mark R. Montgomery, Population Council; Jessie Pinchoff, Population Council; Rodrigue Mare, Université de Montréal.

28. Moving beyond GDP for Measuring Welfare – Estimating the Level and Rate of Growth of Health Adjusted IncomeAngela Chang , Danish Institute for Advanced Study; Dean Jamison, University of California San Francisco.

29. Migrant Shipwrecks in the Mediterranean Sea and Prejudice: Evidence from a Natural ExperimentEffrosyni Charitopoulou , University of Oxford; Nicolò Cavalli, University of Oxford.

30. Systematic and Non-Systematic Facilitation and Restriction for African Student Mobility from Africa to ChinaLin Chen , KU Leuven, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

31. Lifetime Internal Migration Intensity in CroatiaIvan Cipin , University of Zagreb; Sanja Klempic Bogadi, Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Croatia; Petra Medimurec, University of Zagreb.

32. Climate Change and Test Scores: The Case of Heatwaves in ItalyRisto Conte Keivabu , European University Institute.

33. The Opportunities and Challenges of Producing Official Labour Migration Statistics in HungaryZoltan Csanyi, Hungarian Central Statistical Office; Janos Novak , Hungarian Central Statistical Office.

34. Gender Gap in Pay Expectations: The Role of Sex Segregation in EducationEwa Cukrowska-Torzewska , University of Warsaw.

35. Peer Effects in College: How Peers' Performance Can Influence Students' Academic OutcomesLaeticia R. De Souza , Population Studies Center / University of Campinas (NEPO / UNICAMP); Cristine Campos de Xavier Pinto, Fundação Getúlio Vargas - São Paulo; Dimitri De O e Silva, Escola de Economia de São Paulo - Fundação Getúlio Vargas; Bernardo L. Queiroz, centro de desenvolvimento e planejamento regional.

36. Acquisition of Citizenship: Desire and Reality among Foreigners in ItalyGinevra Di Giorgio, Italian National Institute of Statistics; Francesca Dota, Italian National Institute of Statistics; Rottino Fabio Massimo, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Daniele Spizzichino , Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT).

37. Socio-Economic Determinants of Happiness in the European Societies. Results from the European Quality of Life Survey 2016Elitsa Dimitrova , Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

38. ‘No Rain, No Harvest, No Food’: Impacts of Droughts on Undernutrition among Children Aged under Five in EthiopiaAnna Dimitrova ; Raya Muttarak, Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).

39. Gender Aspect of the Historical Development of Childbirth-Related Leaves in the European Former Socialist CountriesIvana Dobrotic, University of Oxford; Nada Stropnik , Institute for Economic Research, Slovenia.

40. Reconfiguration of the Afro-European Migration System: Perspective ElementsAndreu Domingo , Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Nachatter Singh, Center for Demographic Studies; Joan Garcia, CED.

41. Prenatal Sex-Selection among the British Indian Women: New Evidence and Policy.Sylvie Dubuc , University of Reading; Bernice Kuang, University of Reading.

42. Determinants of Migrations in a Hyper-Endemic Rural Community: Evidence from a Population-Based Study 2000-2015Armstrong Dzomba , Africa Health Research Institute; Andrew Tomita, University of KwaZulu-Natal; Alain Vandormael, University of Minnesota; Kaymarlin Govender, University of KwaZulu-Natal; Frank Tanser, Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies.

43. "The Consequences of Population Growth on the Demographic Characteristics of Abu Dhabi City, United Arab Emirates"Fayez Eelessawy , United Arab Emirates University.

44. The Generations and Gender Survey 2020: a New Generation of Data Collection for Demographic ResearchTom Emery , Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI).

45. Union Formation and Dissolution among Second Generation Turkish Immigrants in West GermanyMuserref Erdogan , demography MA student; Ayse Abbasoglu Ozgoren, Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies.

46. Fertility Differentials by Migrants’ Legal Status: Examining the Legitimacy HypothesisTatiana Eremenko , National University of Distance Education (UNED).

47. Sociodemographic Profile and Economic Activity of Mexican Older People, 2019.C Felix , Centro de Estudios Demograficos.

48. Gender, Race, and Family: Is Self-Employment a Solution for Work and Family Conflict for All Women?Sandra Florian , Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques (INED); Cécile Fonrouge, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières.

49. Refugee Professions and Skills in the Labor MarketMalin Forsberg , Statistics Sweden.

50. Does the Effect of Internal Migration on Skills Depend on the Age at Migration? Evidence from Four Developing CountriesMaria Franco Gavonel , University of Oxford.

51. Migrations like Any Other ? Internal Migrations of Immigrants in the French Countryside (2011-2015)Julie Fromentin , Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques.

52. Forecasting Migration: The Role of Modelling Emigration – an Analysis for GermanyJohann Fuchs , Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Doris Soehnlein, Institute for Employment Research.

53. Transnational Practices of Return Migrants Prior to Their ReturnDora Gabriel , Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Irén Gödri, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Veronika Horváth, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute.

54. Swedish Migration – a Historical and Contemporary PerspectiveLinus P.B. Garp , Statistics Sweden; Tomas Johansson, Statistics Sweden.

55. A Demolinguistic Approach to Study Immigrants' Integration Using Facebook DataDaniela Ghio, Joint Research Centre European Commission; Simona Bignami, Université de Montréal; Spyratos Spyros, Joint Research Centre, European Commission; Michele Vespe , Joint Research Centre, European Commission; Ingmar Weber, Qatar Computing Research Institute.

56. Migration toward Family and Labor Market Outcomes in SwedenBrian J. Gillespie , University of Groningen; Clara H. Mulder, University of Groningen; Michael J. Thomas, Statistics Norway.

57. The Impact of Low-Skilled Immigration on Fertility Decisions of Natives in ItalySara Giunti , University of Milano Bicocca; Mariapia Mendola, University of Milano_Bicocca.

58. Ways to Project Fertility – How Do European Countries Project Fertility and What Are Their Perceptions of Current Practices?Rebecca Gleditsch , Statistics Norway; Astri Syse, Statistics Norway.

59. The Migration Intentions of Primorsky Krai ResidentsValentina Goloshchapova , National Research University Higher School of Economics; Olga G. Isupova, National Research University Higher School of Economics.

60. Bayesian Estimation and Mortality Forecast in Small Areas of Brazil between 2010 and 2030Marcos Gonzaga, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte; Bernardo L. Queiroz, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR); Everton E. C. Lima, IFCH - UNICAMP; Flávio Henrique M. de A. Freire, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte; José Henrique Monteiro da Silva , Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP).

61. Urban Depopulation: Shrinking Cities and Brain Drain in Spanish Sending RegionsMiguel González-Leonardo , Centre d´Estudis Demogràfics; Niall Newsham, University of Liverpool.

62. Population Size, Poverty and Migration: The Experience of BrazilAlexandre Gori Maia , Universidade Estadual de Campinas.

63. Successful and Unsuccessful Strategies of Russian Pre-Retirement and Retirement-Aged Workers in the Labour MarketElizaveta Gorvat , Higher School of Economics; Oxana Sinyavskaya, National Research University Higher School of Economics and Universiteit Maastricht; Anna Cherviakova, Higher School of Economics.

64. The Relationship between Age, Duration of Stay and Inter-State Migration for the China-Born Immigrants in AustraliaQing Guan .

65. Getting Ready for Disaster: Exploring Gender Differentials in Disaster Preparedness in Brazil and ThailandRaquel Guimaraes , Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital (Univ. Vienna, IIASA, VID/ÖAW); Raya Muttarak, Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Roman Hoffmann, Vienna Institute of Demography, Austrian Academy of Sciences; Gilvan R. Guedes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Alisson F. Barbieri, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG).

66. Simpson’s Paradox: A Demographic Case Study about Poverty, Inequality and Population DynamicsRaphael Guimaraes ; Natalia Arruda, unicamp; Flavia Andrade, University of Illinois.

67. Gypsy in the Post-Soviet CrimeaTimur Gusakov , Researcher.

68. The Long-Term Impact of Restricted Access to Abortion on Children’s Socioeconomic OutcomesGábor Hajdu , Institute for Sociology, Centre for Social Sciences; Tamás Hajdu, Institute of Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies.

69. Effects of Social Capital on Temporary Employment: Immigrant Husbands in South KoreaNayoung Heo , Asian Demographic Research Institute, Shanghai University; YoonKyung Kwak, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.

70. The Influence of Religion and Family Values on the Fertility of Refugees in HanoverKarina Hoekstra , Leibniz Universität Hannover; Arend Grüneberg, Leibniz University of Hanover.

71. Online Surveys and Digital Demography in the Developing World: Facebook Users in KenyaKatherine Hoffman Pham, Stern School of Business New York University; Francesco Rampazzo, University of Southampton; Leah R. Rosenzweig , Institute for Advanced Study and MIT GOV/LAB.

72. Circular Migration Systems around a New Immigration CountrySándor Illés , Active Society Foundation; Áron Kincses, Hungarian Central Statistical Office; Péter Simonyi, Active Society Foundation.

73. The Educational Success and Labour-Market Integration of Immigrant Descendants in EuropeRoberto Impicciatore, Università di Bologna; Giuseppe Gabrielli , Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.

74. The Ties That Bind? Marriage Formation, Consanguinity and War in Lebanon and PalestineYara Jarallah , The University of Waikato.

75. Change in China`s SRB: An Analysis with Spatial Panel DataQuanbao Jiang , Xi'an Jiaotong University; Tingshuai Ge, Institute for Population and Development Studies, Xi`an Jiaotong University.

76. How Did Reclassification Contribute to the Recent Urban Growth in the US?Leiwen Jiang , Population Council and Shanghai University; Bryan Jones, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR); Deborah L. Balk, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR); Brian O'Neill, University of Denver.

77. Health Implications of Migration: Cross-Classified Multi-Level Models to Disentangle Country of Origin and State of Residence Effects of BodyweightRebecca Jones , Emory University; Regine Haardoerfer, Emory University; Fernando Riosmena, University of Colorado Boulder; Solveig Cunningham, Emory University.

78. Effect of Household Welfare on Migration Participation: Case of KyrgyzstanAsylgul Kanatbekova , Population and Development.

79. Comparison of Japanese and German Nursing Homes: Implications of Demographic and Policy DifferencesAlexander Karmann, Technische Universitat Dresden; Shinya Sugawara , Tokyo University of Science.

80. Measuring Global Gender Inequality Indicators with Large-Scale Online Advertising DataRidhi Kashyap, University of Oxford; Florianne Verkroost, Nuffield College, University of Oxford; Reham Al Tamime , University of Southampton; Masoomali Fatehkia, Qatar Computing Research Institute; Ingmar Weber, Qatar Computing Research Institute.

81. Whether Migration Leads to Emancipation? A Critique of Women Empowerment among the Left behind Families in Doaba Region of Rural Punjab (India)Atinder Pal Kaur , Punjab Agricultural University Ludhiana.

82. Jane Jacobs’ Pathway to Tolerance: Evidence That Urban Structure Influences Attitudes toward Migrants in Great European CitiesJonathan Kent , Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

83. Is Convergence between Syrian Migrants and Turkey Population a Myth or a Possibility?Faruk Keskin , Hacettepe University; Pelin Cagatay, Hacettepe University.

84. The Relevance of Green Spaces for Moving into a Family House across Social ClassStefanie A. Kley , Universität Hamburg; Anna Stenpaß, Universität Hamburg.

85. Self Attributed Identity of Ethnic-German Spätaussiedler - Repatriates from the Former USSR: Fast Track Assimilation of a Specific Group of Migrants?Bernhard Koeppen , Universitaet Koblenz-Landau.

86. Trends in the Contribution of Common-Pool Resources to Economies of Pastoral CommunitiesRashmi Komal , VikasAnvesh Foundation.

87. Individual and Context Determinants of Attitudes towards Immigration in Latin AmericaMartín Koolhaas , Universidad de la Republica.

88. Harmonized Histories … an Easy to Use Dataset for Family DemographersJudith C. Koops , Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI).

89. The ?Mportance of Foreigners' Childbearing in South EuropeByron Kotzamanis, University of Thessaly; Anastasia Kostaki , Athens University of Economics & Business.

90. “Forced Migration and Transnational Family Arrangements – Eritrean and Syrian Refugees in Germany (Transfar)” – the Aim, Scope and Design of a New Quantitative SurveyElisabeth K. Kraus , Federal Institute for Population Research; Nikola Sander, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB); Lenore Sauer, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB); Susanne Schührer, Federal Office for Migration and Refugees.

91. Medical Progress as a Driver of (Unequal) Life Cycle OutcomesMichael Kuhn , Vienna Institute of Demography; Miguel Sanchez-Romero, Vienna University of Technology.

92. Demographic Changes in Functional Urban Areas in PolandSlawomir Kurek , Pedagogical University of Krakow.

93. Combining Administrative Data to Study School Trajectories of Young Asylum Seekers and Refugees in SwitzerlandAljoscha Landös , Université de Genève.

94. Does Pregnancy Follow up Improve Reliability of under Five Mortality Estimates in Health and Demographic Surveillance Systems? Insights from Bandafassi and Niakhar (Senegal)Bruno Lankoande , Université de Ouagadougou; Gilles Pison, French National Museum of Natural History and Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

95. Effect of Job Strain on Incident Cardiovascular Disease: Confounding and Mediation by Lifestyle Habits. An Overview of Systematic ReviewsMathilde Lavigne-Robichaud , ULaval; Camille Riopel, McGill University; Xavier Trudel, ULaval; Alain Milot, ULaval; Mahee Gilbert-Ouimet, ULaval; Denis Talbot, ULaval; Karine Aubée, CRCHUQ-ULaval; Chantal Brisson, CRCHUQ-ULaval.

96. Education Attainment of Girls in Burkina Faso’s Sahel Region – Multiple Decrement Life Table ApproachMarlene A. Lee , Population Reference Bureau.

97. Spatial Analysis of Social Vulnerability to Environmental Risks: A Study for China Prefecture Regions between 2000 and 2010Xueting Li , Asian Demographic Research Institute.

98. Maternal Mortality Estimation of Indigenous People in Brazil: A New Methodological ApproachEverton E. C. Lima , IFCH - UNICAMP; José Henrique Monteiro da Silva, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP); Marta Azevedo, NEPO Unicamp.

99. Gravity Effects of Culture, Institutions and Religion in BrazilDaisy Lima , Catholic University of Brasilia; Philipp Ehrl, Catholic University of Brasilia.

100. Does Compulsory Schooling Interact with Genetic Predisposition to Improve Cognition? Evidence from the Elsa StudyYan Liu , King's College London; Giorgio Di Gessa, University College London; Jennifer B. Dowd, Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science, University of Oxford.

101. Adolescent Score Card; A Participatory Tool for Ensuring Rights of Adolescent Raghu Maharishi ; Pradeep Kumar Mishra, Save the Children.

102. Person-Environment Fit and Its Effect on Tendency of Emigration amongst Post-Graduate Students of the University of TehranHossein Mahmoudian , University of Tehran; Pouya Abbasi, University of Tehran.

103. "In Gov We Trust!" : The Impact of the Compulsory Vaccination Law on Vaccine Hesitancy: Evidence from ItalyAdriana Manna , Bocconi University; Alessia Melegaro, Bocconi University; Gaia Rubera, Bocconi University; Veronica Toffolutti, Bocconi University.

104. Non-Engagement in Productive Roles among Retirees in Europe: A Comparison between Different Types of Welfare StatesAndreas Mergenthaler , Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB).

105. The Instability of the Employment Paths and the Transition from/to the Neet ConditionMauro Migliavacca , Università degli Studi di Genova; Alessandro Rosina, Università Cattolica, Milan; Emiliano Sironi, Università Cattolica, Milan.

106. Specification of the Key Unused Potentials of Working-Age Population: The Case with MacedoniaGoran Miladinov , Independent researcher-demographer.

107. Multilevel Analysis of Factors Related to anti-Homosexual Attitudes in Eastern EuropeYuka Minagawa , Sophia University.

108. Is Month of Birth Associated with School Outcomes in Sweden?Vitor F. Miranda , Statistics Sweden; Fredrik Andersson, Statistics Sweden.

109. Disentangling the Risk of Motherhood: An Exploratory Study of Maternal Mortality in IndiaAkshay Mishra , International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai; Usha Ram.

110. Patterns of Legalisation and Immigrant Labour Market Outcomes: The Italian CaseRocco Molinari , Università di Bologna; Roberto Impicciatore, Università di Bologna; Livia Ortensi, Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca.

111. Migrant-Native Labour Inequality across Cities. Does Size Really Matter?Jacobo Munoz-Comet , Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED); Fernando Fernández-Monge, Harvard Bloomberg City Leadership Initiative.

112. Social Integration of Immigrants in CanadaParveen Nangia , Laurentian University.

113. Mortality Reconstruction by Sub-PopulationsLaszlo Nemeth, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Domantas Jasilionis, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and Vytautas Magnus University; Dmitri A. Jdanov , Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research and New Economic School, Russia.

114. Human Mortality Database r-PackagesLaszlo Nemeth , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Carl Boe, University of California, Berkeley.

115. From Life Expectancy at Birth to Life Table. A Novel ApproachAndrea Nigri, Sapienza, University of Rome; Susanna Levantesi , Sapienza University of Rome.

116. The Croatian Type Post-Accession Emigration Already Hits the Western Balkans – Demographic Implications of the Region’s Expected Accession to the EUVladimir Nikitovic , Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade; Sanja Klempic Bogadi, Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Croatia.

117. Impact of TB Epidemic on Worker and Firm Productivity: Regional PerspectiveOlena Nizalova , University of Kent; Oleksandr Shepotylo, Aston University.

118. How Do Different Social Groups Perceive and Define Outdoor Air Pollution?Charlotte Noël , Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Christophe Vanroelen, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Lisa Van Landschoot, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Sylvie Gadeyne, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

119. Analysis of Iran's Internal Migration Flows during the Period 1996 to 2016Reza Noubakht , assistant professor of demography in Payam Noor university; Valiollah Rostamalizadeh, Assistant professor in Development Sociology, National Population Studies and Comprehensive Management Institute, Iran.

120. The Spatial Patterns of Ethnic DiversityJames O'Donnell , Australian National University; Ann Evans, Australian National University.

121. The Proximate Determinants of Fertility: An Estimation ApproachJosé A. Ortega , Universidad de Salamanca; David A. Sánchez Páez, Université Catholique de Louvain.

122. The Well-Being of Young Generations in Italy: Comparing Political Participation of Native Youths and Youths from a Migrant BackgroundLivia Elisa Ortensi , Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna; Veronica Riniolo, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano.

123. Youth Unemployment and Urban Labor Markets: Another Step towards Social Exclusion in Mexico.Ornella Ortiz , Colegio de México.

124. Educational Mismatch and Attitudes towards Migration in EuropeMarco Guido Palladino, Sciences Po; Emiliano Sironi , Università Cattolica, Milan.

125. Spatial Patterns of Socio-Economic Status of Women in India with Special Reference to Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra StateSachin Pawar , Savitribai Phule Pune University, Maharashtra, India; Krishan Ramotra, Shivaji University, Kolhapur, maharashtra.

126. Characterizing High-Skilled Mobility Patterns in Europe from Social MediaDaniela Perrotta , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Diego Alburez-Gutierrez, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Carlos Callejo Peñalba, Aalto University; Kiran Garimella, MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society; Tom Theile, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Ingmar Weber, Qatar Computing Research Institute; Emilio Zagheni, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

127. Occupational Outcomes of Graduates: The Role Played by the Field of StudyAlessandra Petrucci , Università di Firenze; Valentina Tocchioni, University of Florence; Veronica Dorgali, University of Florence; Silvia Bacci, University of Florence; Bruno Bertaccini, University of Florence.

128. The Effect of Temporary Employment on Labour Market OutcomesDaniela Piazzalunga , FBK-IRVAPP; Enrico Rettore, University of Trento.

129. Combining Web and Face-to-Face Survey Modes in the GGS: Evidence from a Two-Country Pilot StudyGiorgio Piccitto , Bocconi University; Aart C. Liefbroer, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI).

130. Inequality of Education in Turkey: A Comparison of Demographic GroupsSerdar Polat , Ministry of Education, Turkey; Ahmet Sinan Turkyilmaz, Hacettepe University.

131. Does One Size Fit All? A Field-Based Learning Experience on Applying Respondent Driven Sampling to a South-South Migration-Receiving CountryVictoria Prieto , Universidad de la Republica; Clara Márquez, Universidad de la Republica; Julieta Bengochea.

132. Linking Urban Public Space and Migrant Integration in China: Memories, Nostalgia, and BelongingChen Qu , University of Cambridge.

133. Social Security and Retirement in Latin America: Relation to Youth UnemploymentBernardo L. Queiroz , Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR); Laeticia R. De Souza, Population Studies Center / University of Campinas (NEPO / UNICAMP).

134. The Impact of System Transformation on Demographic Processes in Selected Countries of Eastern EuropeAndrzej Raczaszek , University of Economics.

135. I Want to Ride My Bicycle: Leveraging Mobike Data to Study Mobility in Padova, ItalyPietro Rampazzo , Università Ca' Foscari - Venezia; Katherine Hoffman Pham, Stern School of Business New York University; Francesco Rampazzo, University of Southampton; Francesco Silvestri, University of Padova.

136. Refugee's Income Sources during Their First 15 Years in SwedenAndreas Raneke, Statistics Sweden; Lena Lundkvist , Statistics Sweden.

137. Have Trends in Leisure Changed across Cohorts?Liat Raz-Yurovich , Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

138. Internal Migration in IsraelUzi Rebhun , Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Sergio Dellapergola, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

139. Managing Illegality on Campus: Undocumented and Dacamented College Students in the Era of TrumpHolly E. Reed , CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR); Sofya Aptekar, University of Massachusetts, Boston; Amy Hsin, Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY).

140. Understanding Adult Literacy Skills over Time: A Cohort and Period PerspectiveClaudia Reiter , Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital; Anne Goujon, Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital; Dilek Yildiz, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU).

141. International Migration, 1990-2015: Aging and Political Rights ImpactAnna Rezyapova , HSE University; Fuad Aleskerov, HSE University.

142. Visualizing Changes in Nuptiality Patterns in Italy. An Application of the Lexis SurfaceFrancesca Rinesi , Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Claudia Iaccarino, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT).

143. Factors Affecting the Tendency for Inter-Neighborhood Relocation in TehranValiollah Rostamalizadeh , Assistant professor in Development Sociology, National Population Studies and Comprehensive Management Institute, Iran; Reza Noubakht, assistant professor of demography in Payam Noor university.

144. Flexible Employment Contracts and Younger Workers: The Employers’ PerspectiveLin Rouvroye , Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI-KNAW); Hendrik P. van Dalen, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Kène Henkens, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Joop Schippers, Utrecht University.

145. Territorial Patterns in the Residential Mobility of the High Classes in the Metropolitan Region of BarcelonaMiguel Rubiales-Pérez , Universitat de Barcelona; Jordi Bayona-i-Carrasco, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), UAB; Isabel Pujadas, Universitat de Barcelona.

146. Does Commuting Hinder Civic Engagement? A Panel Analysis of GermanyHeiko Rüger , Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB); Thomas Skora, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB).

147. The Importance of Family Networks on the Reunification Processes in the Migration Systems: A Latin American Case Studies in the United States.Sebastian Ruiz-Santacruz , Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona.

148. Functional Differentiation of Second Homes and Downshifting of Metropolitan Residents in the Moscow RegionAlexander Rusanov , Lomonosov Moscow State University.

149. Spatiotemporal Variation of Non-Marital Fertility across Czechia Contrasted to General Fertility Change.Jitka Rychtarikova , Charles University in Prague.

150. Social Trust and Emigration Propensity from IranRasoul Sadeghi , University of Tehran and National Institute of Population Research, Iran; Maryam Rezaei, PhD Student of Demography, University of Tehran; Gholamreza Ghaffari, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Tehran.

151. Integration over the Long Run – Immigrant Economic Progress since 1946Kirk Scott , Lund University; Jonas Helgertz, University of Minnesota/Lund University; Anna Tegunimataka, Lund University.

152. The Forms of Human Trafficking on International Migration Context: Evidence from Sri LankaNethra Senadhi , university of Colombo.

153. Determinants of Internal Migration in Mainland China: Income Differentials or Policy Regulations?Yinan Sheng , Capital University of Economics and Business; Menghan Zhao, Renmin University of China.

154. Inter-Provincial Migration Projection to 2100 by Urban-Rural State in China——Based on Provincial and Province-Capital-Level PolicyXu Shuqiang , Asian Demographic Research Institute, Shanghai University.

155. Disaster Recovery Index: Measuring Aceh Post Tsunami RecoveryBondan Sikoki ; Ni Wayan Suriastini, SurveyMETER; Cecep Sumantri, Survey Meter; Ika Yulia Wijayanti, SurveyMETER.

156. Spatial Penetration of Airbnb, Rent-Gap and Gentrification: A Comparative Study of Barcelona and Lisbon.Nachatter Singh , Center for Demographic Studies.

157. The Up-Series Generation in the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal StudyAlison Sizer , University College London; Oliver Duke-Williams, University College London; Nicola Shelton, University College London.

158. Internal Return Migration – a Promising Potential for Rural Development? Evidence Based on Quantitative Survey Data from GermanyThomas Skora , Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB).

159. A Demographic Approach to the Analysis of Social MobilityXi Song , University of Pennsylvania.

160. What Factors Enable Mid-Life Carers to Re-Enter the Labour Market in New Zealand?Jeroen J. A. Spijker , Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), UAB; Fiona Alpass, Massey University (Manawatu campus); Joanne Allen, Massey University (Manawatu campus).

161. Health Misperception and Healthcare Utilisation of Older EuropeansSonja Spitzer, Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital; Mujaheed Shaikh , Hertie School of Governance.

162. Demographic Fairness and Migration in the Light of Demographic Projections for the EU28 in 2015-2060Marcin Stonawski , Center for Advanced Studies of Population and Religion (CASPAR), Cracow University of Economics; Michaela Potancokova, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).

163. Issues and Challenges of the Indian Migrants in Gulf CountriesNaresh Sudhaveni , Centre for Economic and Social Studies.

164. Peculiarities of Georgian Population’s Emigration during the Post-Communist PeriodAvtandili Sulaberidze , georgian; Joseph Archvadze, Ilia State University; Nino Gomelauri, Ilia State University; Vladimer Sulaberidze, Ilia State Unoiversity.

165. Racing Ahead or Lagging behind? Territorial Cohesion in Human Development around the GlobeNicolai Suppa , Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), UAB; Iñaki Permanyer, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), UAB.

166. Challenges of Family Policy in Poland: Issues of Social Justice and Economic EfficiencyJoanna Szczepaniak-Sienniak , Wroclaw University of Economics.

167. Bayesian Hierarchical Modelling for Migration Flow Size Estimation: Application to Italian DataCharlotte Taglioni , University of Padova; Brunero Liseo, University of Rome La Sapienza.

168. Conditioning the Citizenship Premium: Naturalization Reform and Immigrant Employment in Denmark, the Netherlands, and SwedenAnna Tegunimataka , Lund University; Maarten Vink, Maastricht University; Floris Peters, Maastricht University / Statistics Netherlands.

169. How Have Economic Phases Affected International Migration Flows in the Five Largest Spanish Metropolises? A Focus on the ‘Post-Crisis’ PeriodJenniffer Thiers , Universitat de Barcelona; Fernando Gil-Alonso, Universitat de Barcelona; Cristina López Villanueva, Universitat de Barcelona.

170. What Drives Mothers' Decisions to Work in Europe ? a Multilevel AnalysisLaurène Thil , BETA - University of Strasbourg.

171. Hidden behind the Smokescreen: Does Marriage Conceal the Financial Consequences of Women’s Work-Family Choices?Sylwia Timoszuk, Warsaw School of Economics; Monika Oczkowska , Warsaw School of Economics; Pawel A. Strzelecki, Warsaw School of Economics.

172. Forecasting International Migration in Kazakhstan till 2050.Fariza Tolesh , Charles University in Prague.

173. Visualising Immigrant FertilityMarianne Tønnessen , Statistics Norway; Ben Wilson, Stockholm University.

174. Estimating the Causal Relationship between Extreme Climate Events and Early Female Marriage in BangladeshFrancesca Tosi ; Livia Elisa Ortensi, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna; Rosella Rettaroli, Università di Bologna.

175. What Is the Effect of Schooling on Gender-Egalitarianism? Evidence from the Global SouthDaniela Urbina , Princeton University.

176. The Validation of a Multidimensional Indicator for Precarious Employment in Europe.Karen Van Aerden , Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Kim Bosmans, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Christophe Vanroelen, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

177. A Probabilistic Cohort-Component Model for Population Forecasting – the Case of GermanyPatrizio Vanella , Helmholtz-Zentrum für Infektionsforschung; Philipp Deschermeier, Institut Wohnen und Umwelt.

178. Is Neonatal Mortality Misreported in the DHS Surveys? A Model-Based ApproachAndrea Verhulst , University of Pennsylvania; Julio E. Romero Prieto, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; Michel Guillot, University of Pennsylvania.

179. Portuguese Emigration: Methodological Issues and Main Trends and PatternsInês Vidigal , ISCTE-IUL; Rui Pena Pires, ISCTE-IUL; Joana Azevedo, ISCTE-IUL; Carlota Moura Veiga, ISCTE-IUL.

180. Monitoring Progress towards UN Population and Development Goals: Practice and ChallengesJana Vobecka , Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics (CPop).

181. The Impact on Educational Attainment of Mental Health Problems in AdolescenceKristine von Simson, Institute for Social Research; Idunn I.B. Brekke , Division of Child Health and Development, Norwegian Institute of Public Health; Ines Hardoy, Institute for Social Research.

182. One City, Three Peoples: Migration, Immigration and the Making of Global ShanghaiFeng Wang , University of California, Irvine; Yong Cai, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ke Shen, Fudan University; Qin Zhu, Fudan University; Jie Shen, Fudan University.

183. Women’s Social Empowerment and Gender Differences in Adults’ Cognitive CompetenceDaniela Weber , Wittgenstein Centre, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Vienna University of Economics and Business; Agneta Herlitz, Karolinska Institutet.

184. Who Migrates in a Context of Free Mobility? Assessing the Reason for Migration in Cross-National Register Data from Finland and SwedenRosa Weber , Stockholm University; Jan M. Saarela, Åbo Akademi University.

185. Refugees on the Labour MarketPetter Wikström, Statistics Sweden; Malin Forsberg, Statistics Sweden; Ann Marie Persson , Statistics Sweden.

186. Savings and the Demographic Dividend: Evidence from a Macrosimulation ModelJoshua K. Wilde, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Mahesh Karra , Boston University.

187. Measuring the Effects of Socioeconomic Segregation on the First Required School Track Decision in Germany. A Small-Scale, Ego-Centered and Multiscalar Approach.Hinrich Wildfang , University Hamburg.

188. Education Heterogeneity of China Internal Migration and the Effect to the Future Population DynamicYingji Wu , Asian Demographic Research Institute, Shanghai University; Samir K., Shanghai University.

189. Community Resilience in Transitional Society: A Case Study from Central ChinaBo Yang, International Business School Shaanxi Normal University; Marcus W. Feldman, Stanford University; Shuzhuo Li , Xi'an Jiaotong University.

190. Marital Dissolution of International Marriage Migrants: Evidence from Registration Data in South KoreaSam Hyun Yoo , Dongguk University.

191. Surnames Distribution as Evidence of Interregional and International Migration in RussiaValeriy Yumaguzin , National Research University Higher School of Economics; Maria Vinnik, Higher School of Economics.

192. The Determinants of Migration in the World: Data Panel 2000-2016Leila Zandy , yazd; Habib Ansari, yazd university.

193. Mobile Communication and Digital InequalityLaura Zannella , National Institute of Statistics.

194. On the Smoothing of Death Curves Using Mixtures of Probability DistributionsLucia Zanotto , Ca' Foscari University of Venice; Adelchi Azzalini, University of Padua.

195. Fertility, Maternal Well-Being, and Parental Leave Bene Fits: Evidence from the 2007 Reform in GermanyFugba Zeydanli , Martin Luther University of Halle; Semih Tumen, University of Chicago and the Central Bank of Turkey.

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