Demographic dynamics, social policies and intergenerational relationships: towards new configurations?

From 29 to 30 September 2015 at Room Sauvy, INED

International seminar organized in coordination with the UR06 unit and the support of Pôle Suds, IPOPS and the University Paris Descartes

Convenors: Valérie Golaz (INED), Cécile Lefèvre (Paris Descartes University - INED), Jacques Véron (INED)

Scientific committee: Carole Bonnet (INED), Joëlle Gaymu (INED), Sophie Le Cœur (INED), Laurent Nowik (Tours University) , Muriel Sajoux  (Tours University)

The spirit of this conference is to work together on the interactions between social policies, demographic change and the transformation of family systems. Our goal is mostly to create space and time for demographers, sociologists, anthropologists and social policy specialists to exchange and discuss recent research findings. Our perspective is resolutely international, we intend to overcome north/south divides to question the way States and families manage solidarity issues in various economic and demographic settings. We expect paper presentations to shed light on the links between population structure, public policies and private solidarities in a systemic approach, at different scales. The programme for the two days of conference is built upon panels with case studies presentations as well as round-tables focusing on transversal issues.

Registration before September 28th

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