PAA Anual Meeting 2019

PAA Annual Meeting 2019

Department of Social Policy researchers at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2019

Researchers from the Department of Social Policy,  presented their work at the Meeting of the Population Association of America, which took place in Austin, Texas, from April 10-13, 2019. 

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.

Find out more about the demographic research that was presented by our researchers.

Thursday 11th April

Session 58- Labor Market Change and Fertility
Self-employment and Fertility Intentions in Europe. Read abstract here.
Berkay Ozcan , Antonella Bancalari.


Poster Session 3- Population, Development, & the Environment; Data & Methods; Applied Demography
Who Deserves to Be British? Read abstract here.
Victoria DonnalojaLucinda Platt

Poster Session 4- Marriage, Family, Households, & Unions
Parenting after Medically Assisted Reproduction: Evidence from the UK Millennium Cohort Study. Read abstract here.
Anna Barbuscia

 

Friday 12th April

Session 130- Childhood Conditions and Adult Achievement
When Does a Preterm Birth Lead to a Disadvantage Later in Life? Effects on Cognitive Ability. Read abstract here.
Anna Baranowska-Rataj,  Kieron Barclay, Berkay Ozcan, Joan Costa-Font, Mikko Myrskyla

 

Poster Session 6- Health & Mortality & Ageing
Similarities and Differences in the Operationalization of “Productive Aging” Across Experts and Contexts: A Conjoint Experiment Approach.  Read abstract here.
Ginevra Floridi, Benjamin Lauderdale

 

Poster Session 9- Marriage, Family, Households, & Unions; Gender, Race, & Ethnicity
Age at Marriage and Marital Stability: Causal Evidence From a Legal Reform in China.
Read abstract here.
Berkay Ozcan, Jorge Garcia-Hombrados 

 

Saturday 13th April 

Session 220- Determinants of Child Health and Mortality
The Unintended Consequences of Infrastructure Development: The Impact of Sewerage Diffusion on Early-Life Mortality in Peru. Read abstract here.
Antonella Bancalari

Female Genital Cutting and Child Mortality: Evidence from the 1999 Senegalese FGC Ban, Read abstract here.
Jorge Garcia Hombrados

 

Session 244 - Disparities and Equity in Reproductive Health
Women Who Break the Rules: Intersectional Inequalities in Pregnancy and Birth Experiences in Zambia.  Read abstract here.
Laura Sochas

 

Poster Session 10 - Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior & Reproductive Health 2 
Barriers to Maternal Healthcare Access in LMICs: How Pushing the Analytical Envelope Could Have Important Implications for Equity.  Read abstract here.
Laura Sochas

Assisted Reproductive Technology and the Educational Gradient of Fertility: Evidence From Denmark. Read abstract here.
Sander Wagner, Anna Barbuscia

Poster Session 11 - Health & Mortality 2
Maternal Age Gradient in Children’s Outcomes Among Mothers Conceiving With Medically Assisted Reproduction. Read abstract here.
Alice Goisis, Anna Barbuscia, Mikko Myrskyla



Professor Miko Myrskylä and Dr Kieron Barclay who are affiliated to the Department of Social Policy through ALPHA also presented research at the conference. See all of their sessions via the participant directory.

 

Congratulations to Laura Sochas for winning the poster prize!

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