The presentations at the special session on the “Human Fertility Database” at the 2015 PAA conference on 29 April 2015 are now available at the HFD website: http://www.humanfertility.org/cgi-bin/paa.php
Different strands of the EURREP research will be well represented at the upcoming PAA Annual Meeting
Wednesday April 29th
- 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Human Fertility Database: Expanding research opportunities (Member-initiated meeting, free access). Location: Hilton San Diego Bayfront, room Aqua E. Program available here: http://www.humanfertility.org/Docs/PAA.pdf
Thursday April 30
- 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM: Session 48: Families and Households in Comparative and Historical Perspective (Location: Sapphire Ballroom H, Level 4). Link: http://paa2015.princeton.edu/sessions/48
Paper 4: Women’s Education and Cohort Fertility during the Baby Boom in the West • Jan Van Bavel, Martin Klesment, Zuzanna Brzozowska, Allan Puur, David Sven Reher, Miguel Requena, Glenn Sandström, Tomas Sobotka, Kryštof Zeman).
- 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM: Poster Session 3: Fertility Intentions and Behaviors (Indigo Ballrooms A-H, Level 2). Link: http://paa2015.princeton.edu/sessions/P3#61
61. The Gender-Specific Effects of Partners’ Socio-Economic Resources on Fertility • Anna Matysiak, Natalie Nitsche.
62. Life-Course Trajectories of Childless Women: Country-Specific or Universal? • Monika Mynarska, Anna Matysiak, Anna Rybinska, Valentina Tocchioni.
- 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM: Session 91: Variability in Reproduction (Location: Aqua Salon AB, Level 3). Link: http://paa2015.princeton.edu/sessions/91
Session discussant: Tomas Sobotka
Paper 3: What Are the Consequences of Fertility Postponement for Women’s Completed Family Size? • Juliet A. Stone, Ann M. Berrington, Eva Beaujouan.
Friday May 1
- 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM: Session 100: Determinants of Fertility Timing (Location: Sapphire Ballroom A, Level 4). Link: http://paa2015.princeton.edu/sessions/100
Paper 4: Bimodal Age-Specific Fertility Profiles in Latin America: The Case of Chile and Uruguay Everton E. C. Lima, Kryštof Zeman, Ruben Castro, Mathias Nathan, Tomas Sobotka.
On 24 March 2015 Tomáš Sobotka gave a keynote “Demographic change in Central and Eastern Europe – European trends and national diversity” at the Joint Programming Initiative Conference in Vienna.
The presentation can be accessed here.
The programme & other conference presentations can be downloaded from here.
The EURREP Team will be present at the annual conference of the German Society for Demography (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Demographie) in March in Berlin! See the conference programme here.
The second issue of the EURREP Research Brief featuring the CFE database is put out.
Governments in many European countries are concerned about low birth rates, which have dropped well below two children per woman in all but a few countries in Western and Northern Europe. However, according to the results of the comprehensive data analysis by Tomáš Sobotka and Éva Beaujouan the ideal family size has become strongly centered at two children all across the continent during the last three decades. Read more
Éva Beaujouan presented her and Tomáš Sobotka’s paper “Two is best? The persistence of a Two-child Family Ideal in Europe“ at the PAA in Boston, 1-3 May 2014. Poster
The EURREP Team will present a paper at the Annual British Society for Population Studies Conference 2014 in Winchester! Presentation
The first issue of the EURREP Reserach Brief is now put out. The printed version will be available at the EPC in Budapest, 25-28 June. You can read it online here.