08 June 2016 - 10 June 2016
REVES is a network on health expectancy and the disablement process. It holds annual meetings to provide a platform for the exchange of recent research on conceptual frameworks, international comparisons, methods, trends determinants and disparities. Under the theme "Determinants of unusual and differential health expectancy" the 28th REVES meeting brings together researchers interested in population health, longevity, the disablement process and ageing to exchange their recent scientific results.
This scientific meeting aims at developing a comprehensive picture of the factors decisive for human health and longevity. Papers will identify the key drivers of longer and healthier lives by explaining variations in various dimensions of health and in mortality. This includes the analysis of hitherto unexplained phenomena and paradoxes of health and longevity, among them the causes underlying unusual health and mortality patterns of subpopulations with specific, health and longevity-relevant characteristics, the factors determining differentials in health and mortality between population subgroups, and changes in health and longevity over time.
Scientists from the World Population Program will present latest research from the ERC funded Reassessing Ageing from a Population Perspective (Re-Ageing) project. Among other things, the Re-Ageing project ascertains the extent to which advanced societies are actually aging in multiple dimensions, including health, cognitive abilities, and longevity.
Date: 8-10 June 2016
Location: Vienna, Austria
Wednesday, 8 June
13:00-13:30 Welcome address by Wolfgang Lutz
Thursday, 9 June
14:00-15:30 Session 7 - Socioeconomic inequalities in health and aging
Prospects of aging and health in Thailand • Elke Loichinger, W. Pothisiri
16:00-17:30 Session 8 - Determinants of workability and health differentials between SES groups
Friday, 10 June
09:00-10:30 Session 9 - Differentials in health and life expectancy
How increasing education levels drive rising life expectancy • Marc Luy, Marina Zannella, Christian Wegner-Siegmundt, Yuka M. Sugawara, Wolfgang Lutz, Graziella Caselli
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IIASA Re-Aging Project
Summer school: The Demography of Health and Education
6 -15 Jun 2016 during the REVES conference
Kuil L, Carr G, Prskawetz A, Salinas JL, Viglione A, & Blöschl G (2019). Learning from the Ancient Maya: Exploring the Impact of Drought on Population Dynamics. Ecological Economics 157: 1-16. DOI:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2018.10.018.
Ediev D, Sanderson W, & Scherbov S (2019). The inverse relationship between life expectancy-induced changes in the old-age dependency ratio and the prospective old-age dependency ratio. Theoretical Population Biology 125: 1-10. DOI:10.1016/j.tpb.2018.10.001.
Scherbov S, Shulgin S, Andruchowitz S, Arkhangelsky V, Ediev D, Efremov I, Nikitina S, & Sanderson W (2019). Russian Demographic Data Sheet 2019. Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), Russian Federal State Statistics Service (Rosstat), and International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
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