Poster Session 1

Thursday, September 2
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

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

  2. 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 perspectiveMarc Ajenjo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Joan Garcia Roman, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED)

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

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

  5. Correlates of HIV testing among youth in GuyanaBeverly E. Andrews, University of Southampton

  6. To have another child in France and RussiaMaria Avdeeva, Moscow State University

  7. The pattern of divorce in Iranian societyTaghi Azadarmaki, University of Tehran; Mohammad Reza Alipour, University Of Tehran

  8. Family and social networks in PolandDorota Bartosińska, Warsaw School of Economics

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

  10. Partner's characteristics and childbearing after a separation, contrast between men and womenEva Beaujouan, University of Southampton

  11. The future of motherhood in Western societies: late fertility and consequencesGijs Beets, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)

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

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

  14. (Withdrawn) Impacts of demographic changes on air quality in TurkeySebnem Bese Canpolat, TurkStat Turkish Statistical Institute

  15. Fertility among Austrian female scientistsIsabella Buber-Ennser, Vienna Institute of Demography

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

  17. Subregional fertility differentials in western European countriesAlessandra Carioli, University of Groningen

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

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

  20. (Withdrawn) Analysis of higher education student population using multistate life tablesZane Cunska, University of Latvia

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

  22. The height production function from birth to early adulthoodElisabetta De Cao, Tor Vergata University and Bocconi University

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

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

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

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

  27. (Withdrawn) Fertility decision-making in the states of crisis and societal instabilityYuri Frantsuz, University of Minnesota

  28. 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

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

  30. Examination of future cohort fertility in JapanSetsuya Fukuda, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  31. Low natality and trends of demographic development in Moldova for the first half of the XXI centuryOlga Gagauz, Academy of Sciences of Moldova

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

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

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

  35. Analysis of job changes in Poland using the Bayesian methodWioletta Grzenda, Warsaw School of Economics

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

  37. Children's health inequalities and genetic diseasesHinde Hami, Université Ibn Tofail; Abdelmajid Soulaymani, Université Ibn Tofail; Abdelrhani Mokhtari, Université Ibn Tofail

  38. Premarital conceptions in Romania and the subsequent behaviour: extramarital births or shotgun marriagesMihaela Hărăguş, Babes-Bolyai University

  39. Demographic processes and economic crises: the Bulgarian caseKaloyan Haralampiev, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski"

  40. Changing socio-demographic and regional patterns of living arrangements in ItalyFrank Heins, IRPPS.CNR, Rome

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

  42. Development and determinants of higher-order fertility in Germany and FranceAnne Hornung, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  43. The future fertility and demographic pressure of BangladeshAbu H. M. K. Hossain, University of Dhaka

  44. Women’s human capital and fertility convergence in Asian countriesHatam Hosseini, Bu Ali Sina University

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

  46. Iran's population dilemma: youthness or agingMorteza Jafari, Payame Noor University; Reza Esmailzadeh, Payame Noor University; Ali Morovatpor

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

  48. Family and divorce in Burkina FasoMahamoudou Kaboré, Institut National de la Statistique et de la Démographie (INSD)

  49. The importance of income for fertility intentions and subsequent behaviour amongst childless Norwegian menRannveig Kaldager, Statistics Norway

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

  51. Mate selection characteristics and fertilityKairi Kasearu, University of Tartu; Mare Ainsaar, University of Tartu

  52. Socio-demographics of the elderly population in Bangladesh: evidence from a developing countryMehedi Hasan Khan, Department of Population Sciences, University of Dhaka

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

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

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

  56. Order-specific fertility behavior in Germany: estimates from perinatal statistics for the period 2001-2008Michaela 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

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

  58. Public health ethics for donor and aid agenciesAnant Kumar, Xavier Institute of Social Service

  59. 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

  60. 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

  61. Foreign born persons on the Swedish labour marketKarin Elisabet Lundström, Statistics Sweden

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

  63. Social policy and childbearing behavior in Japan since the 1960s: an individual level perspectiveLi Ma, Stockholm University

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

  65. The change and implication of population momentum in China: national and provincial evidenceZhuoyan Mao, National Research Institute for Family Planning of China

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

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

  68. Demodystopias in German scientific and mass-medial discourses of the beginning 21st centuryReinhard Messerschmidt, University of Cologne

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

  70. Projections of the population and the pension system in Republic of MacedoniaGoran Miladinov, University of Štip

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

  72. Singlehood in Spain in the 21st century: gender models and new immigration patternsPau Miret Gamundi, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

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

  74. Impact of household structure on child vaccination in IndiaSumoni Mukherjee, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  82. The probability of divorce and the marriage age: Slovakian experienceKarol Pastor, Comenius University Bratislava

  83. Parametric graduation of male fertility ratesParaskevi Peristera, Athens University of Economics and Business; Anastasia Kostaki, Athens University of Economics and Business

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

  85. Demographic development of cities in Poland - urbanisation as a result of post-war industrialisationAndrzej D. Raczaszek, University of Economics, Katowice, Poland

  86. Changing age-specific fertility in England and Wales: understanding the fertility of recent migrantsJames Robards, University of Southampton

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

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

  89. 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

  90. Family size preferences and the decision making process in Orissa, IndiaHarihar Sahoo, Jawaharlal Nehru University

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

  92. 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  100. Weakening marital ties in PolandMarta Styrc, Warsaw School of Economics

  101. The tendencies of fertility in Georgia in the post Communist periodAvtandil 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

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

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

  104. Active ageing index and elderly abuse in Rajshahi District of BangladeshMd. 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

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

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

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

  108. Ageing in Republic of Moldova 20 years ago. Socio-economical and demographical implicationsSainsus Valeriu, Academy of Economic Studies Republic of Moldova

  109. 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 dataGeorgia Verropoulou, University of Piraeus; Christos Bagavos, Panteion University, Greece

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

  111. Changing patterns of intergenerational support at old age and HIV/AIDs incidence in NigeriaElias O. Wahab, Lagos State University

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

  113. (Withdrawn) The multilevel analysis on the determinants of fertility desire in ChinaJing Xu, Renmin University of China

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

  115. Why have people in eastern Turkey maintained their high fertility behaviour? Examining the channels of social interactionMustafa Murat Yüceşahin, Ankara University

  116. The impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on kinship resources for the orphans of ZimbabweEmilio Zagheni, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

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

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

  119. Living arrangements of elderly adults: determinants of residential dependencyPilar Zueras, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Marc Ajenjo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  120. Socio-demographic regularities of ageing in the Baltic statesPeteris Zvidrins, University of Latvia