Thursday, September 2 / 12:30 PM - 14:00 PM   •   Arkadengang

Poster session 1

  1. Impact of household structure on child vaccination in India Sumoni Mukherjee, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS);

  2. Comparative study of fertility transition and population ageing in four selected countries in the MENA region Hatam Hosseini, Bu Ali Sina University; Soleiman Pakseresht, Bu Ali Sina University;

  3. Ageing in Republic of Moldova 20 years ago. Socio-economical and demographical implications Sainsus Valeriu, Academy of Economic Studies Republic of Moldova;

  4. Women’s human capital and fertility convergence in Asian countries Hatam Hosseini, Bu Ali Sina University;

  5. Social policy and childbearing behavior in Japan since the 1960s: an individual level perspective Li Ma, Stockholm University;

  6. International migration and environmental pressures; is there any connection? Jesús J. Sánchez-Barricarte, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid; Begoña Elizalde-San Miguel, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid;

  7. Examination of future cohort fertility in Japan Setsuya Fukuda, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research;

  8. Demographic processes and economic crises: the Bulgarian case Kaloyan Haralampiev, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski";

  9. The Human Fertility Database: new resource for demography Joshua R. Goldstein, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Evgueni Andreev, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Tomas Sobotka, Vienna Institute of Demography; Vladimir Shkolnikov, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Dmitri A. Jdanov, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Kryštof Zeman, Vienna Institute of Demography; Aiva Jasilioniene, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research;

  10. Fertility timing and "opting out”: a cohort comparison of women with advanced and college degrees for birth cohorts 1931-1975 Hannah Brueckner, Yale University; Natalie Nitsche, Yale University;

  11. Proximate determinants and their influences on fertility reduction in Vietnam Kailash Chandra Das, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Nguyen Thi Ngoc Lan, Vietnam General Statistics; Kumudini Das, Pillai's College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Navi Mumbai;

  12. Labour force participation of the old-aged: between the family support and the support to the family Patricia Román Reyes, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Juan Gabino González Becerril, El Colegio de México; Mauricio Padrón Innamorato, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México;

  13. The impact of social embedment on the possibility to make ends meet for older people in Germany Robert Naderi, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany; Frank Micheel, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany;

  14. Investigating the causality between female labor force participation and fertility, Turkey 1968-2006 Ahmet Sinan Turkyilmaz, Hacettepe University; Ayse Abbasoglu Ozgoren, Hacettepe University;

  15. Foreign born persons on the Swedish labour market Karin Elisabet Lundström, Statistics Sweden;

  16. The impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on kinship resources for the orphans of Zimbabwe Emilio Zagheni, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research;

  17. Interconnections between mothers' working patterns after childbirth and fertility intentions. A comparison between France, Hungary and Italy Zsuzsanna Stefan-Makay, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Arianna Caporali, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED);

  18. Demographic development of cities in Poland - urbanisation as a result of post-war industrialisation Andrzej D. Raczaszek, University of Economics, Katowice, Poland;

  19. Second-generation Turkish and Moroccan men and women in Flanders (Belgium). Does partner choice influence the start of family formation? Edith Lodewijckx, Research Centre of the Flemish Government;

  20. Projections of the population and the pension system in Republic of Macedonia Goran Miladinov, University of Štip;

  21. The changing dynamics of leaving and returning home among young adults in Britain Jane C. Falkingham, University of Southampton; Ann M. Berrington, University of Southampton; Juliet A. Stone, University of Southampton;

  22. Family and divorce in Burkina Faso Mahamoudou Kaboré, Institut National de la Statistique et de la Démographie (INSD);

  23. Typology of households in Burkina Faso: what are the trends since 1998 Mahamoudou Kaboré, Institut National de la Statistique et de la Démographie (INSD); Alphonse Kaboré, ;

  24. Having children or not? Women’s and men’s attitudes towards having children, the case of Sweden Karin Linnea Lundström, Statistics Sweden;

  25. Singlehood in Spain in the 21st century: gender models and new immigration patterns Pau Miret Gamundi, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona;

  26. The future of motherhood in Western societies: late fertility and consequences Gijs Beets, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI);

  27. Spatial inequalities in health of ethnic German immigrants in the Federal Republic of Germany: a comparative analysis of contextual effects on regional morbidity differences Gabriele Doblhammer-Reiter, University of Rostock; Daniel Kreft, Rostock Center for the Study of Demographic Change;

  28. The importance of income for fertility intentions and subsequent behaviour amongst childless Norwegian men Rannveig Kaldager, Statistics Norway;

  29. Transmission of precariousness in Belgium: intergenerational analyses (1991-2001) Jean-Pierre Hermia, Université catholique de Louvain; Thierry Eggerickx, Université Catholique de Louvain;

  30. Why have people in eastern Turkey maintained their high fertility behaviour? Examining the channels of social interaction Mustafa Murat Yüceşahin, Ankara University;

  31. Partner's characteristics and childbearing after a separation, contrast between men and women Eva Beaujouan, University of Southampton;

  32. Demographic borders versus territorial borders. A study of the spatial configuration of fertility and internal migrations in Belgium Jean-Pierre Hermia, Université catholique de Louvain; Luc Dal, Université Catholique de Louvain; Rafael Costa, Université catholique de Louvain; Michel Poulain, Université Catholique de Louvain;

  33. The use of time during the daily life of dual-earner couples: productive time and reproductive time in the countries of the south of Europe from a gender perspective Marc Ajenjo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Joan Garcia Roman, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED);

  34. Retirement patterns from the labour market in Spain: socio-economic conditions and policies behind the trends Madelín Gómez León, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED); Pau Miret Gamundi, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona;

  35. Integration basis of development of a society Khiloyat H. Akhmedova, The Institute for Social Researches under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan; Aziza Abdurakhmanova, ;

  36. Changes in elderly care in Navarra, 20th century Jesús J. Sánchez-Barricarte, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid; Begoña Elizalde-San Miguel, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid;

  37. Fertility among Austrian female scientists Isabella Buber-Ennser, Vienna Institute of Demography;

  38. Children's health inequalities and genetic diseases Hinde Hami, Université Ibn Tofail; Abdelmajid Soulaymani, Université Ibn Tofail; Abdelrhani Mokhtari, Université Ibn Tofail;

  39. Secular values and unmarried parenthood – the cohorts 1971-83 in East and West Germany Michaela Kreyenfeld, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Dirk Konietzka, TU Braunschweig; Rainer Walke, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research;

  40. The effect of labour market uncertainties on first union formation in Hungary Ivett Szalma, Corvinus University of Budapest, Institute of Sociology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Péter Róbert, TARKI Social Research Institute;

  41. Iran's population dilemma: youthness or aging Morteza Jafari, Payame Noor University; Ali Morovatpor, ; Reza Esmailzadeh, Payame Noor University;

  42. Analysis of job changes in Poland using the Bayesian method Wioletta Grzenda, Warsaw School of Economics;

  43. Political economy of family life: welfare regimes, economic resources and divorce Haya Stier, Tel Aviv University; Amit Kaplan, Tel Aviv University;

  44. (Withdrawn) Analysis of higher education student population using multistate life tables Zane Cunska, University of Latvia;

  45. The height production function from birth to early adulthood Elisabetta De Cao, Tor Vergata University and Bocconi University;

  46. Similarities and dissimilarities of recent demographic changes in Europe. Do European countries converge towards a common demographic pattern? Jolanta Kurkiewicz, Cracow University of Economics; Ewa Soja, Cracow University of Economics; Oskar Knapik, Cracow University of Economics;

  47. Costs and benefits of parenthood in Sweden: quantitative and qualitative evidence Eva Bernhardt, Stockholm University; Disa Bergnehr, The Department of Child Studies, Linköping University;

  48. The recuperation of fertility at older ages in Britain: evidence from the 1958 British birth cohort Ann M. Berrington, University of Southampton; Serena Pattaro, University of Southampton;

  49. The tendencies of fertility in Georgia in the post Communist period Avtandil Sulaberidze, Institute of Demography and Sociology, Georgia; Nino Gomelauri, Institute of Demography and Sociology, Georgia; Vano Shushtakashvili, Institute of Demography and Sociology, Georgia; Mariam Sulaberidze, ; Marina Tushuri, Institute of Demography and Sociology, Georgia;

  50. How well does fertility intention predict fertility behavior? A case study of China Zhenzhen Zheng, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Feng Wang, University of California, Irvine; Yong Cai, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Baochang Gu, Renmin University of China;

  51. Discerning the effects of employment and education on the fertility decisions of Greek women born in the period 1950-59: an analysis based on census individual-level data Georgia Verropoulou, University of Piraeus; Christos Bagavos, Panteion University, Greece;

  52. Respect at borders, respect of borders: the Italian experience Raimondo Cagiano de Azevedo, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"; Elena Ambrosetti, Università di Roma;

  53. Decomposition analyses of recent decline in fertility of India and its major states Ravendra K. Sharma, Regional Medical Research Centre for Tribals (ICMR); Arvind Pandey, Institute for Research in Medical Statistics (ICMR), India; Manju Rani, Government Degree College, Chhaprauli;

  54. The changing transition to adulthood in Japan: delay, diversification and increasing atypical cases Ryuzaburo Sato, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research; Motomi Beppu, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research;

  55. Comparative analysis of the infuence of fertility and mortality changes on population ageing in chosen  European countries Marta Szklarska, Cracow University of Economics; Paweł Najman, Cracow University of Economics;

  56. The future fertility and demographic pressure of Bangladesh Abu H. M. K. Hossain, University of Dhaka;

  57. Fertile debates: a comparative account of low fertility in the Greek and British national press Katerina Georgiadis, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE);

  58. Premarital conceptions in Romania and the subsequent behaviour: extramarital births or shotgun marriages Mihaela Hărăguş, Babes-Bolyai University;

  59. Socio-demographics of the elderly population in Bangladesh: evidence from a developing country Mehedi Hasan Khan, Department of Population Sciences, University of Dhaka;

  60. Migration experience and fertility in postwar generations: Russian case Sergei V. Zakharov, State University Higher School of Economics; Sergei V. Surkov, Independent Institute for Social Policy, Moscow;

  61. Active ageing index and elderly abuse in Rajshahi District of Bangladesh Md. Ismail Tareque, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh and Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan; Ahmed Mohammad Munsur, Nihon Medical School, Japan; Kazuo Kawahara, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan;

  62. Socio-demographic regularities of ageing in the Baltic states Peteris Zvidrins, University of Latvia;

  63. Social customs and demographic change: the case of godparenthood in Catholic Europe Guido Alfani, Università Bocconi; Agnese Vitali, Università Bocconi; Vincent Gourdon, CNRS, Paris;

  64. Family and social networks in Poland Dorota Bartosińska, Warsaw School of Economics;

  65. Mate selection characteristics and fertility Mare Ainsaar, University of Tartu; Kairi Kasearu, University of Tartu;

  66. The future voters of Germany: estimating the impact of demographic trends and policy changes on the development of the electorate Nora Sánchez Gassen, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research;

  67. Formation and disruption of couples in Italy: main characteristics and new trends Antonella Guarneri, Instituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Sabrina Prati, Instituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Giancarlo Gualtieri, Instituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Claudia Iaccarino, Instituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT);

  68. The probability of divorce and the marriage age: Slovakian experience Karol Pastor, Comenius University Bratislava;

  69. Fertility differential among socio-economic group: a comparative study of some selected states in India Ravindra P Singh, KKPG College, Etawah; Vipin Chandra Gupta, KKPG College, Etawah;

  70. State territories and hot and cold spots of non-marital fertility in Europe 1900-2007: a spatial analysis Brienna Perelli-Harris, University of Southampton; Sebastian Kluesener, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Christin Loeffler, University of Rostock; Nora Sánchez Gassen, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research;

  71. The change and implication of population momentum in China: national and provincial evidence Zhuoyan Mao, National Research Institute for Family Planning of China;

  72. Parametric graduation of male fertility rates Anastasia Kostaki, Athens University of Economics and Business; Paraskevi Peristera, Athens University of Economics and Business;

  73. Growing up in motion: migration and transition to adulthood among female immigrants in Spain Victoria Prieto Rosas, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Natalia Genta, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales-Sede Ecuador;

  74. Changing socio-demographic and regional patterns of living arrangements in Italy Frank Heins, IRPPS.CNR, Rome;

  75. Making the unknown known: sub-regional and provincial population projections for Turkey Ahmet Sinan Turkyilmaz, Hacettepe University; Mehmet Dogu Karakaya, Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat);

  76. The pattern of divorce in Iranian society Mohammad Reza Alipour, University Of Tehran; Taghi Azadarmaki, University of Tehran;

  77. Career women and marital stability in some selected banks in Ado Ekiti, South West Nigeria Omotosho Babatunde, University of Ado-Ekiti; Olufayo Olu Olu, ;

  78. (Withdrawn) Gender egalitarian attitudes among Iranian women and its socio-cultural determinants Abbas Askari-Nodoushan, University of Yazd, Iran; Aliyar Ahmadi, Shiraz University; Rasoul Sadeghi, University of Tehran;

  79. Development and determinants of higher-order fertility in Germany and France Anne Hornung, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research;

  80. Ageing, life expectancy at older ages and life potential (the case of Russia and Ukraine) Gaiane Safarova, Russian Academy of Sciences; Sergei Pirozhkov, The National Institute of International Security Problems; Alexander Lisenenkov, Russian Academy of Sciences;

  81. Public health ethics for donor and aid agencies Anant Kumar, Xavier Institute of Social Service;

  82. Increasing level of education and falling labour force participation of women in the context of Kerala, India Jameela Vadakarasseril Anandan, University of Kerala; Anjali Anchayil, National Law School of India University;

  83. Child intentions – the starting point in demographic behaviour? Andreas Baierl, Austrian Institute for Family Studies; Norbert S. Neuwirth, Austrian Institute for Family Studies; Georg Wernhart, Austrian Institute for Family Studies;

  84. Changing patterns of intergenerational support at old age and HIV/AIDs incidence in Nigeria Elias O. Wahab, Lagos State University;

  85. Elderly and achieved fertility: assessing the impact of old age security expectation on elderly achieved fertility in Nigeria Uche Isiugo-Abanihe, University of Ibadan; Elias O. Wahab, Lagos State University;

  86. (Withdrawn) The multilevel analysis on the determinants of fertility desire in China Jing Xu, Renmin University of China;

  87. Cohort fertility in Poland – birth cohorts 1911-1986 Ewa Fratczak, Warsaw School of Economics; Aneta Ptak-Chmielewska, Warsaw School of Economics; Marek Peczkowski, University of Warsaw;

  88. Family policy in the situation of low fertility - situation of Poland and the experience of other countries Ewa Fratczak, Warsaw School of Economics; Aneta Ptak-Chmielewska, Warsaw School of Economics;

  89. Below replacement fertility in Iran and some of its correlates: a factorial analysis of district level variations revealed by 2006 census Shirin Ahmad-Nia, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, Iran; Tavakkol Aghayari Hir, University of Tabriz; Aliyar Ahmadi, Shiraz University; Amir-Houshang Mehryar, Ministry of Science, Research & Technology, Iran; Nahid Salehi, ;

  90. Fertility of national and foreign citizens, in Portugal, 1995-2008 – a comparative study Maria Magalhaes, University of Évora; Maria Mendes, University of Evora; Joana Malta, Statistics Portugal;

  91. Living arrangements of elderly adults: determinants of residential dependency Marc Ajenjo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Pilar Zueras, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona;

  92. A pilot study of parents’ smoking behaviors and associated factors with their smoking in the presence of children Ping-Ling Chen, Taipei Medical University; Yu-Ting Chen, Taipei Medical University;

  93. Psychoactive substance consumption among youths: an assessment of its socio-political challenges in urban Nigeria Omotosho Babatunde, University of Ado-Ekiti; Adefolaju Toyin, University of Ado-Ekiti;

  94. Subregional fertility differentials in western European countries Alessandra Carioli, University of Groningen;

  95. Does educational level modify the effect of involuntary job loss on well-being? Christiaan W. S. Monden, University of Oxford; Jornt Mandemakers, Tilburg University;

  96. (Withdrawn) Impacts of demographic changes on air quality in Turkey Sebnem Bese Canpolat, TurkStat Turkish Statistical Institute;

  97. Fertility and female employment in Europe Isabel Oliveira, ISCTE-IUL; Maria Luís R. Pinto, SACSJP - Universidade de Aveiro; Maria Cristina S. Gomes, SACSJP - Universidade de Aveiro; Miguel Cabrita, ISCTE-IUL;

  98. Low natality and trends of demographic development in Moldova for the first half of the XXI century Olga Gagauz, Academy of Sciences of Moldova;

  99. Day-care attendance and child development: in how far does quality matter? Robert R. Bauchmuller, Universiteit Maastricht; Astrid Würtz Rasmussen, Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University; Mette Gørtz, AKF, Danish Institute of Governmental Research;

  100. Continuous postponement, or rejection of parenthood? Multivariate analysis of childless young adults in Finland Anneli Miettinen, The Population Research Institute, Helsinki; Anna Rotkirch, Population Research Institute, Väestöliitto;

  101. Family size preferences and the decision making process in Orissa, India Harihar Sahoo, Jawaharlal Nehru University;

  102. Demodystopias in German scientific and mass-medial discourses of the beginning 21st century Reinhard Messerschmidt, University of Cologne;

  103. Demography and life course risks of women and men who do not know their fathers Ulrich O. Mueller, University of Marburg; Katharina Paulus, University of Marburg;

  104. The impact of kin on female fertility: a systematic review Rebecca Sear, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Paul Mathews, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE);

  105. Study on infant death caused by conditions originating in the perinatal period in Taiwan Wei-Gang Huang, Bureau of Health Promotion, Taiwan; Li-Chuan Chen, Bureau of Health Promotion, Taiwan; Su-Ru Wu, Bureau of Health Promotion, Taiwan;

  106. Changing age-specific fertility in England and Wales: understanding the fertility of recent migrants James Robards, University of Southampton;

  107. Yearning, learning and conceding: (some of) the reasons people change their childbearing intentions Lara Tavares, Università Bocconi; Maria Iacovou, University of Essex;

  108. Fertility intentions in Poland in the context of: preference theory, gender equality and social networks. (Results based on the qualitative survey supported by the quantitative ones) Ewa Fratczak, Warsaw School of Economics; Aneta Ptak-Chmielewska, Warsaw School of Economics;

  109. Leaving the parental home in Italy: are behaviours consistent with young adults’ intentions? Alessandro Rosina, Università Cattolica, Milan; Giulia Ferrari, Università di Roma "La Sapienza";

  110. Identifying causes of separation in a longitudinal perspective Zsolt Spéder, Demografic Research Institute Budapest; Erzsebet Foldhazi, Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO);

  111. Weakening marital ties in Poland Marta Styrc, Warsaw School of Economics;

  112. (Withdrawn) Fertility in Italy and Spain: the role played by foreigners Marija Mamolo, Vienna Institute of Demography; Piero Giorgi, Università di Teramo; Salvatore Strozza, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II; Raffaele Ferrara, University of Naples Federico II;

  113. Social capital and the living conditions of older persons in rural Nigeria Fatai Ogundele, Lagos State University; Emmanuel Ajiboye, Lagos State University;

  114. An expert knowledge based framework for probabilistic national population forecasts: the example of Egypt Huda Alkitkat, Egyptian Cabinet Information and Decision Support Centre (IDSC);

  115. Attitudes about childlessness: cross national comparisons and methodological observations Tanya Koropeckyj-Cox, University of Florida; Alin M. Ceobanu, University of Florida; Zeynep Copur, Hacettepe University;

  116. (Withdrawn) Fertility decision-making in the states of crisis and societal instability Yuri Frantsuz, University of Minnesota;

  117. To have another child in France and Russia Maria Avdeeva, Moscow State University;

  118. Prospects of Islamic laws on abortion; is there any place of legitimization? Younes Yazdan Parast, Islamic Azad University, Mahabad;

  119. Correlates of HIV testing among youth in Guyana Beverly E. Andrews, University of Southampton;

  120. Order-specific fertility behavior in Germany: estimates from perinatal statistics for the period 2001-2008 Michaela Kreyenfeld, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Rembrandt D. Scholz, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Frederik Peters, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Ines I. Wlosnewski, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research;