Colloque annuel de la PAA, 2015

Du 30/04/2015 au 02/05/2015 à San Diego (USA)
La PAA est une organisation scientifique et professionnelle qui promeut la recherche sur des questions de population, et qui organise un colloque annuel.
Vous trouverez ci-dessous une liste des interventions des chercheur-e-s de l’Ined et un lien pour accéder aux résumés de leurs communications.
Jeudi 30 avril 2015

Fertility Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa

Chair: Samuel Agyei-Mensah, University of Ghana, Discussant: Clémentine Rossier (University of Geneva, Ined)


Marriage, Unions, Families and Households (Poster Session 1)

The Role of Family and International Migration Dynamics in the Formation of Single-Parent Families : Tatiana Eremenko (Ined), Helga A.G. de Valk (NIDI/KNAW/UoG)

Non-Residential Fatherhood in France: Socio-Economic Living Conditions and Fathers’ Involvement at Birth : Ariane Pailhé (Ined)Marieke Heers (Ined), Lidia Panico (Ined)

The Transition to Adulthood and Pathways Out of the Parental Home across Europe : Katrin Schwanitz (Ined) and (University of Groningen)

Bank of Grandma and Grandpa: Patterns of Financial Transfers from Grandparents to Grandchildren across Europe : Giulia Ferrari (Ined),  Julia Cattin (Università Bocconi), Frank Furstenberg (University of Pennsylvania)

Data and Methods/Applied Demography/ Spatial Demography/ Demography of Crime (Poster Session 2)

Methodological Issues in Assessing Poverty among Older People: Insights from Uganda : Valérie Golaz (Ined)

Inferring Population Dynamics from Imperfect Census Data: An Evaluation Study in Three Health and Demographic Surveillance Sites in Rural Senegal : Bruno Masquelier (Université Catholique de Louvain), Cheikh Tidiane Ndiaye (Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie, Sénégal), Clémentine Moerman (Ined), Ndèye Binta Diémé Coly (Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie, Sénégal), Samba Ndiaye (Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie, Sénégal)

Innovative Methods and Assessment of Maternal and Child Health Data

Misreporting of Pregnancy-Related Deaths in Siblings’ Survival Histories: A Validation Study in Niakhar, Senegal : Stephane Helleringer (Johns Hopkins University), Gilles Pison (Ined), Bruno Masquelier (Université Catholique de Louvain), Malick Kante (Columbia University), Géraldine Duthé (Ined), Laetitia Douillot (IRD), Cheikh Sokhna (IRD)

Fertility Intentions and Behaviors (Poster Session 3)

The effect of unemployment on the realization of fertility projects in France : Arnaud Régnier-Loilier (Ined), Ariane Pailhé (Ined)

European Perspectives on Immigration and Policy

The Effect of War on Health and Mortality

Short and Long-Term Impacts of Famines. The Case of the Siege of Paris, 1870-1871 : Denis Cogneau (Paris School of Economics), Lionel Kesztenbaum (Ined)

Variability in Reproduction

Is the Twin-Boom in Developed Countries Coming to an End? : Gilles Pison (Ined), Christiaan W. S. Monden (University of Oxford), Jeroen Smits (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen)

Migration and Intermarriage

A Comparative Study on Partnership Dynamics among Immigrants and Their Descendants : Hill Kulu (University of Liverpool), Tina Hannemann (University of Liverpool), Amparo Gonzalez-Ferrer (CSIC), Ariane Pailhé (Ined), Leen Rahnu (Tallinn University), Allan Puur (Tallinn University)

Vendredi 1er mai

Data and Measurement Challenges in the Developing World - Field Validation Innovations

Fertility in Sub Saharan Africa: What Can We Learn from INDEPTH Sites? Clémentine Rossier (Ined, University of Geneva), Valérie Delaunay, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), Pauline Adamopoulos, University of Geneva, Martin Bangha, INDEPTH Network

Adult Health and Mortality (Poster Session 5)

Cause-specific senescence: classifying causes of death according to the rate of aging : Carlo G. Camarda (Ined), Marketa Pechholdova (University of Economics, Prague (VSE)), France Meslé (Ined)

Educational Differentials in Disability and Welfare Regimes: Are Low-Educated Scandinavians Relatively Less Disadvantaged than Other Europeans? : Emmanuelle Cambois (Ined), Jean-Marie Robine (INSERM / Ined)

 Differences in Cause-Specific Lifespan Distributions: The Confounding Effect of Age: Viorela Diaconu (Université de Montréal), Robert R. Bourbeau (Université de Montréal), Nadine Ouellette (Ined), Carlo G. Camarda (Ined)

Cumulative Disadvantage and Health: Changes over Time?

Mortality Trends

The Cardiovascular Revolution in the United States. A Geographic Analysis: Magali Barbieri (Ined and University of California, Berkeley), Nadine Ouellette (Ined), Mila Andreeva (CUNY), Celeste Winant (University of California, Berkeley)

Does Chaotic History Make Life Expectancy Trends Chaotic in Frontier Countries Like Baltic States?: Jacques Vallin (Ined), Domantas Jasilionis (MPIDR and Lithuanian Social Research Centre), France Meslé (Ined)

Sex Preferences and Sex Composition Effects on Fertility Intentions

Modelling Gender Preference: Regional Perspectives on Sex Ratio at Birth in Vietnam: Valentine Becquet (Université Paris Descartes and Ined)

Unauthorized and Irregular Immigration

Adolescent Sexuality and Sexual Behavior

Sexual Dysfunction among Youth: An Overlooked Sexual Concern: Caroline Moreau, Johns Hopkins University and INSERM), Anna Kågesten (Johns Hopkins University), Robert Blum (Johns Hopkins University), Nathalie Bajos (INSERM and Ined)

Data and Measurement Challenges in the Developing World - Field Validation Innovations

Fertility in Sub Saharan Africa: What Can We Learn from INDEPTH Sites? : Clémentine Rossier, (University of Geneva / INED); Valérie Delaunay, (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement -IRD); Pauline Adamopoulos, (University of Geneva); Martin Bangha, (INDEPTH Network)

Samedi 2 mai

International Migration

Sub-Saharan Migration to Europe in Times of Restriction. An Empirical Test of Substitution Effects: Cris Beauchemin (Ined), Marie-Laurence Flahaux (University of Oxford)


Comparing the Conception and Abortion Rates among Young People in Britain and France: What Is the Role of Social Disadvantage?: Rachel Scott (LSHTM), Nathalie Bajos (INSERM and Ined), Kaye Wellings (LSHTM), Emma Slaymaker (LSHTM)

Economic and Social Effects of Migration

The Impact of International Migration on the Labour Market Behaviour of Women left-behind: Evidence from Senegal: Sorana Toma (CREST and ENSAE), Cora Mezger (Ined)

Population and Natural Disasters

Chair / Président : Jacques Véron (Ined)

Fertility in Complex Families

Fertility after Separation: Second Births in Higher Order Unions in Western Europe: Michaela Kreyenfeld (MPIDR), Teresa Castro Martin (CSIC), Tina Hannemann (University of Liverpool), Valerie Heintz-Martin (German Youth Institute), Marika Jalovaara (University of Turku), Dimitri Mortelmans (Universiteit Antwerpen), Anne Solaz (Ined), Inge Pasteels (Universiteit Antwerpen), Silvia Meggiolaro (Università di Padova)

Nonmarital and Diverse Families

Similar Incidence, Different Nature? Characteristics of LAT Relationships in France and Italy: Arnaud Régnier-Loilier (Ined), Daniele Vignoli (Università di Firenze)

Formal Demography of Mortality

Life Lost, Lifesaving, and Causes of Death: Timothy L. M. Riffe (University of California, Berkeley), Aïda Solé-Auró (Ined)

Reproductive Health and Fertility over Time

The Fertility Decline in Sub-Saharan Africa: Who’s Next after the Elite? Clémentine Rossier (University of Geneva, Ined), Jamaica Corker, University of Geneva, Bruno D. Schoumaker, Université Catholique de Louvain