Session 5

Friday: 11.20-13.00 (5 papers)


Life Course and Mobility: Room 1. Sheikh Zayed Theatre

  • The Intergenerational Transmission of Socioeconomic Status and Intragenerational Income Mobility Over the Early Adult Life Course of Canadian Men and Women          
    Presenter: Xavier St-Denis
  • A Tale of Two Cohorts: Educational Differentials in Labor Market Outcomes Cumulated over the Early Life Course      
    Presenter: Limor Gabay-Egozi
  • Origins, Expectations, and Educational Attainment: A Life Course Perspective Presenter: Kaspar Burger
  • Cumulative Advantage and Disadvantage Across the Life Course for Jewish and Palestinian Women in Israel
    Presenter: Anette Fasang 
  • Intergenerational class mobility in the life course of several birth cohorts in West Germany (1945–2008): A Long-term Longitudinal Analysis Identifying Age, Period, and Cohort Effects
    Presenter: Karl Ulrich Mayer

Methods and Mobility (III): Room 2. Wolfson Theatre

  • Educational Transitions and Family Background Effects: A Sibling Study. Presenter: Kristian Karlson
  • All that glitters is not gold: addressing the effect of parental education on children's attainment. 
    Presenter: Mar Espadafor
  • The shadow of peasant past: Seven generations of inequality persistence in Northern Sweden. 
    Presenter: Martin Kolk
  • Stratified diversity? Application strategies and admission chances for medical schools in Germany.
    Presenter: Claudia Finger
  • When analyzing intergenerational mobility, be cautious about the timing of the measurement of children's occupational position.
    Presenter: Richard Nennstiel

Genes, Gender and Education: Room 3. Alumni Theatre

  • Transgressing gendered occupational boundaries: Genes, stereotypes and their interplay?
    Presenter: Maik Hamjediers
  • Gender differences in genetic influences on education and income.
    Presenter: Antonie Knigge
  • The Nature-Nurture of Academic Achievement at the Intersection between Gender, Family Background, and School Context.     
    Presenter: Kim Stienstra
  • Do high-SES parents compensate for genetic risk for poor educational achievement in offspring? A pre-registered genetically sensitive study. Presenter: Gaia Ghirardi
  • Educational outcome among children with a Disability: the impact of family characteristics
    Presenter: Idunn Brekke

Education and Labour Market Returns: Room 4. Thai Theatre

  • The Positional Value of Education in the Americas: Dynamics of Inequality in Labour Market Returns under Educational Expansion, 2000-2019
    Presenter: Francisco Ceron
  • Economic Returns to Reproducing Parents’ Field of Study
    Presenter: Jesper Birkelund
  • Do the most prestigious colleges confer something more (like social privilege)? Challenging the hypothesis of degree homogeneity by way of origin-destination homogamy
    Presenter: Louis Chauvel
  • Does training beget training over the life course? On the influence of cumulative advantage on non-formal work-related further training participation among workers in Germany and the UK.         
    Presenter: Sascha dos Santos
  • Socioeconomic disparities in future orientation: who plans for the future and benefits from it?
    Presenter:  Hye Won Kwon

Health and the Life Course: Room 5. NAB 1.07

  • The Intergenerational Transmission of Health in Canada.
    Presenter: Anders Holm
  • Gendered Life Courses and Cognitive Functioning in Later Life: The Role of Gender Norms and Employment Biographies.
    Ariane Bertogg
  • Subjective Social Status and Objective Health among Older People in England: A Longitudinal Approach with Biomarkers.
    Lindsay Richards
  • Mental health problems as a potential mechanism to explain the persistence of social disadvantage over generations: A longitudinal investigation in Finnish register data
    Henrik Dobewall
  • Perceived Social Mobility and Health in the United States
    Presenter: Patrick Präg

Schools and Social Inequalities: Room 6. NAB 1.15

  • Education plans in kindergarten: Can they counteract social inequality? Presenter: Sylvia Nienhaus
  • The role of tracking procedures and criteria in SES biases in teacher track recommendations
    Presenter:  Sara Geven       
  • Old habits die hard? School guidance interventions and the persistence of inequalities
    Presenter:  Camilla Borgna
  • Student ICT resources and intergenerational transmission of educational inequality: Testing implications of a reproduction and mobility perspective 
      Renae Sze Ming Loh    
  • School Quality under Distinct Political Regimes: Do Autocracies Suppress Critical Thinking?
    Presenter: Diana Rafailova

Unemployment, Familes and Wellbeing: Room 7. NAB 2.14

  • Unemployment Insurance and the Family: How effects on reemployment and economic precarity depend on family context. 
    Presenter Ursina Kuhn
  • Parental unemployment and children’s well-being: The moderating role of educational policies. 
    Presenter: Anna Baranowska-Rataj
  • The effect of parental job-loss and unemployment on primary school children’s wellbeing in Denmark     
    Presenter: Simon Jensen
  • “Shelter from the storm”: Do household contexts buffer the adverse effect of unemployment on subjective well-being?
    Presenter Sebastian Prechsl
  • A longitudinal assessment of the unemployment-precariousness trade-off for health: Duration effects and adaptation dynamics.        
    Presenter: Giulia Tattarini