25 June 2014 - 28 June 2014
Budapest, Hungary

European Population Conference 2014

The World Population Program is represented numerously at this year's European Population Conference in Budapest

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Under the theme "Transitions: Opportunities and Threats" the EPC 2014 is targeting the general scientific community in population studies. the conference is organized by the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS) and the Demographic Research Institute Budapest.

15 demographers from the World Population Program will be chairing sessions and present latest POP research on the links between education and issues such as quality of life, health, fertility, and the ability to adapt to climate change. As part of the Wittgenstein Centre, latest research and publications are also presented at our conference booth.

For more information to the conference please visit the official conference website.

Presentations and Posters:


Session 5: Demographic consequences of gender inequality and division of labour
5. Production and Transfers through Unpaid Work by Age and Gender: A Comparative Analysis of Austria, Italy and Slovenia • Joze Sambt, Bernhard Hammer, Marina Zannella, Alexia Fürnkranz-Prskawetz

Session 7: Internal migration and residential segregation
1. Religious and ethnic neighbourhood profiles in Vienna 1971 - 2011: A comparison of two dimensions of urban diversity • Ramon Bauer, Markus Speringer, Guy J. Abel

Session 14: Families and households
4. Education and non-marital conception outcomes in Central Europe: A comparison of trends in the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia • Martina Štípková, Zuzanna Brzozowska, Michaela Potancokova

Session 21: Demographic impact of environmental hazards
Chair: Samir K.C.
3. Differential Vulnerability to Natural Disasters according to the IPCC Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSPs) • Erich Striessnig
5. Social participation and disaster risk reduction behaviours: Case study of tsunami-risk areas in southern Thailand • Nopphol Witvorapong, Raya Muttarak, Wiraporn Pothisiri

Session 25: Prospects of fertility determinants worldwide
5. Age-specific fertility patterns by religion around the world • Vegard Skirbekk, Michaela Potancokova, Conrad Hackett, Marcin Stonawski

Session 26: Assortative mating and religiousness
2. Trends, patterns, and determinants of interreligious partnerships in Austria (1971-2001) • Raya Muttarak, Maria Rita Testa

Session 36: Linking policy and demographic trends: European and international perspectives
1. The world needs a 21st century population policy paradigm • Wolfgang Lutz, William Butz

Session 40: Ageing and intergenerational relations
1. After the wave: the advantages of demographic change - fewer and older, but smarter and healthier? • Fanny Kluge, Emilio Zagheni, Elke Loichinger, Tobias C. Vogt
5. Does grandparenting reduce the engagement in social activities? • Tobias Wiss, Bruno Arpino, Valeria Bordone, Vegard Skirbekk

Session 48: Intergenerational transmissions of fertility behavior
1. Intergenerational transmission of fertility in six European countries: the role of mother’s socio-economic status • Valeria Bordone, Maria Rita Testa, Beata Osiewalska, Vegard Skirbekk

Session 59: Social network and fertility
3. The role of husband, mother-in-law and social networks on fertility patterns in rural India • Praveen Kumar Pathak, Raya Muttarak, Valeria Bordone, Faujdar Ram

Session 63: Childcare, work and family
5. Egalitarian Gender Attitudes within Relations and their Impact on Fertility • Gustav Feichtinger, Jon Caulkins, Alexia Fürnkranz-Prskawetz, Andrea Seidl, Stefan Wrzaczek

Session 78: Human capital and inequality
Chair: Alexia Fürnkranz-Prskawetz
4. New global estimates of mean years of schooling for 171 countries • Michaela Potancokova, Samir K.C., Anne Goujon, Ramon Bauer
5. Measuring Education in the Century of Change • Markus Speringer, Anne Goujon, Samir K.C., Michaela Potancokova 

Session 89: Child well-being and family experience
Chair: Valeria Bordone

Session 90: New methodological approaches to demographic forecasts and projections
4. Sub National Population Projection: How to Deal with Heterogeneity? • Samir K.C., Markus Speringer

Session 91: Population, development, and the environment
Chair: Raya Muttarak
1. Time-of-Survey Dependence of Apparent Educational Participation • Bilal Barakat

Poster session 1
8. Religious Mobility of Immigrants in Canada • Eric Caron Malenfant, Vegard Skirbekk, Anne Goujon
53. ‘The Persistence of Parent Repayment’ and the Anticipation of Filial Obligations of Care in Two Thai Provinces • Wiraporn Pothisiri, Stuart A. Basten, Raya Muttarak
60. Substitution through network composition or higher tie efficiency? A cross-national comparison of the personal networks and patterns of support provision among parents and lifetime non-parents in later life. • Sebastian Schnettler, Valeria Bordone
79. The Impact of Climate Change on the Demography of Meteorological Disaster Mortality • Emilio Zagheni, Raya Muttarak, Erich Striessnig

Poster session 2
1. Examining the Role of International Migration in Global Population Projections • Guy J. Abel, Samir K.C., Nikola Sander
23. Reconstructing the Past Using Multistate Population Projections: The Example of Religious Denominations in the City of Vienna from 1971 to 2011 • Anne Goujon, Ramon Bauer
75. The future of religion: projecting global religious populations to 2050 • Marcin Stonawski, Conrad Hackett, Vegard Skirbekk, Michaela Potancokova, Phillip Connor, Guy J. Abel, Brian J. Grim
84. An Impending Burden of Disabled Older Adults? - Health Dynamics of Older Populations Across Four Continents • Daniela Weber


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