Thursday, June 13 / 18:00 - 19:30 McEwan Hall


Health, Mortality, Ageing - Aperitivo

1. A Sextic Representation of the Mortlity CurveJon Anson , Ben Gurion University of the Negev.

2. (Subjective) Ageing in Europe Taking into Consideration Perceived Old Age Lines in EuropeLajos Bálint , Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO); Zsolt Spéder, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute.

3. Regional and Social Differences in Dementia-Free Life Expectancy (Demfle) in IndiaPoulami Barman , University of Rostock; Gabriele Doblhammer, University of Rostock; Nandita Saikia, International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai.

4. The Intergenerational Transmission of Lifespan and Longevity: Evidence from the Swedish Censuses 1880-1950Isa Barraclough , Lund University; Ingrid K van Dijk, Lund University.

5. The Average Uneven Mortality Index: Building on the "e-dagger" Measure of Lifespan InequalityUgofilippo Basellini , Max Planck Institute for demographic Research; Marco Bonetti, Bocconi University; Andrea Nigri, Sapienza, University of Rome.

6. The Birth of Inequality? Variations in Mortality in Paris during the TransitionFlorian Bonnet, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Lionel Kesztenbaum , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Catalina Torres, Faculdad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de la República.

7. Mortality Divergences in Cardiovascular Mortality in the Second Half of Life Between US and Other High-Income Countries: In Which Ages do Differences Manifest?Octavio Bramajo , University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston; Neil Mehta, University of Texas Medical Branch.

8. Mortality and the Wealth Gradient in Western AfricaJulia Callaway , Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics, University of Southern Denmark; Carlos Ruimallo-Herl, Erasmus University Rotterdam; Angela Chang, Danish Institute for Advanced Study.

9. Overweight-Related Cardiovascular and Cancer Mortality Trends 1995–2021 in Switzerland: An Analysis of Multiple Causes of DeathCristian Carmeli , University of Fribourg; Celia Viehl, University of Fribourg; Nazihah Noor, University of Fribourg; Salvatore Vaccarella, IARC; Arnaud Chiolero, University of Fribourg; Bernadette van der Linden, University of Fribourg.

10. Spatial and Sociodemographic Analysis of Suicide Mortality in MexicoAlberto Carral , El Colegio de México; Alejandro Herrera, El Colegio de México; Ana Fidelia Aparicio Trejo, El Colegio de México.

11. Birth Weight in a Warming World: Is the 'Healthy Immigrant Effect' a Protective Factor against Extreme Heat?Teresa Castro , CSIC; Héctor Cebolla, CSIC; Teresa Martin Garcia, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Amparo Gonzalez-Ferrer, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).

12. Exploring the Relationship between Loneliness and Subjective Well-Being in Older Couples: Longitudinal and Dyadic PerspectivesMilena Chelchowska , SGH Warsaw School of Economics.

13. A Joint Model of Hormone Marker Variabilities to Predict Changes in Body Fat Distribution across the Menopausal TransitionIrena Chen , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Zhenke Wu, University of Michigan; Siobán D. Harlow, University of Michigan; Carrie A. Karvonen-Gutierrez, University of Michigan; Michelle M. Hood, University of Michigan; Michael Elliott, University of Michigan.

14. Balancing Work and Older Parent Care: Implications for Caregiver Health in Italy.Elisa Cisotto , Free University of Bozen-Bolzano; Giulia Cavrini, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano; Alessandra De Rose, Sapienza Università di Roma.

16. Residential Mobility and Suicide: Understanding the Role of Partnership Transitions, Life Stages and Housing Context.Joan Damiens , University of Helsinki.

17. Recent Trends in Subnational Life Expectancy in Austria, Czechia, and SlovakiaEsther Denecke , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR); Markus Sauerberg, Federal Institute for Population Research.

18. A Principled Approach to Model Validation in the Context of Estimating Age-Specific RatesAmeer Dharamshi , University of Washington; Daniela Witten, University of Washington; Monica Alexander, University of Toronto.

19. Child Health Conditions and Parental Separation RiskPhilipp Dierker , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Sanna Kailaheimo-Lönnqvist, University of Helsinki; Mine Kühn, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Niina Metsä-Simola, University of Helsinki; Hanna Remes, University of Helsinki; Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki; Mikko Myrskylä, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

20. Modeling and Forecasting Mortality with Economic, Environmental and Lifestyle VariablesMatteo Dimai , Università degli Studi di Trieste.

21. Disability and Life Expectancy over the XXth Century: the Role of CultureAlice Dominici , Bocconi University; Nicoletta Balbo, Bocconi University; Danilo Bolano, Bocconi University; Lotta Vikström, Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR), Umeå University; Johan Junkka, Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR), Umeå University; Erling Häggström Gunfridsson, Centre for Demographic and Aging Research (CEDAR), Umeå University.

22. TRENDS IN SOCIOECONOMIC INEQUALITIES OF CHRONIC DISEASES’ MORTALITY IN SWITZERLAND: A POPULATION-BASED STUDY OF MULTIPLE CAUSES OF DEATH DATADoris Duran , Mcgill University; Jay S. Kaufman, Mcgill University; Arnaud Chiolero, University of Fribourg; Cristian Carmeli, University of Fribourg.

23. Understanding Inequalities in Smoking in Pregnancy: Disentangling Maternal Age and Social DisadvantageRachel Ganly , Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science, University of Oxford; Melinda Mills, University of Oxford.

24. The hidden piece of the puzzle in the intergenerational transmission of Socioeconomic Health Gradients: Childhood cultural capital and its long-term health consequences.Aitor Garcia , Spanish Research Council, ECHO ERC project.

25. The Role of Reference Income in Shaping Europeans’ Well-Being in the Last Two Decades. Evaluation of Comparison and Information EffectsMagdalena Grabowska , University of Warsaw; Agata A. Górny, University of Warsaw.

26. Geographical and Sex Heterogeneity in Temperature Related Deaths in EuropeRosanna Gualdi , Università di Bologna; Risto Conte Keivabu, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR).

27. Living Arrangements of Older Ethnic Russians in EstoniaAnne Herm , Tallinn University; Allan Puur, Tallinn University; Michel Poulain, Tallinn University (TLU) / Universite catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain).

28. Widow and Widower Mortality in IndiaBabul Hossain, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Megan N Reed , Emory University; Aashish Gupta, Harvard University; Srinivas Goli, International Institute for Population Sciences; K.S. James, International Institute for Population Sciences.

29. The Nativity Wealth-Health Gradient: The Case of NorwayBettina Hünteler, Kinship Inequalities Research Group (MPIDR) | Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology (University of Cologne); Dina Maskileyson , University of Luxembourg.

30. Inequalities in Life Expectancy between Migrants and Natives across EuropeSu Yeon Jang , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Wilma Nusselder, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam.

31. Health of Immigrant Women: Socio-Economic Precariousness, Statutory Irregularity and Public ProtectionMilica Jankulovic , INED.

32. Effects of Nativity, Duration of Residence and Age at Migration on Risky Alcohol Drinking in Australia: Evidence from an Australian Longitudinal StudySantosh Jatrana , James Cook University; Suresh Joshi, Department of Infrastructure and Transport, Government of South Australia, Adelaide; Samba Pasupuleti.

33. ASSESSING THE HARVESTING EFFECT FOLLOWING EXTREME TEMPERATURE-RELATED MORTALITY IN ITALYVinod Joseph kannankeril Joseph , University of Bologna.

34. SPATIAL AND SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC HETEROGENEITIES IN CLIMATE-RELATED MORTALITY: A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEWWilliam Kemp, Università di Bologna; Sirinya Kaikeaw , Università di Bologna; Rosanna Gualdi, Università di Bologna; Raya Muttarak, Università di Bologna.

35. An Age-Period-Cohort Model for Gender Gap in Youth MortalityGiacomo Lanfiuti Baldi , La Sapienza; Andrea Nigri, University of Foggia.

36. The Brutish and Short Arm of Adolescence: Sex Differences in U.S. Adolescent and Young Adult MortalityElizabeth Lawrence , University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Richard G. Rogers, University of Colorado Boulder; Robert Hummer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

37. The Role of Family Influence in Shaping Individuals’ Vaccine AttitudeLaura Pasqua Leone , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR); Emilie Counil, Ined; Daniela Perrotta, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

38. Early Life Parental Bereavement and Health Resilience: The 'Cushioning Effect' of Social TiesMichael Christian Borchgrevink Lund , Instituto de Economía, Geografía y Demografía (IEGD) | ECHO ERC PROJECT.

39. Financial Retirement Planning Processes in the Netherlands: How Do They Differ between Employees and Solo Self-Employed Workers?Camilla Marabini , Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute; Marleen Damman, Utrecht University; Paulina Pankowska, Utrecht University.

40. Divergences and convergences in recent French mortality patternsJacob Martin , Institut national d'études démographiques; Carlo Giovanni Camarda, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Timothy Riffe, Universidad del País Vasco & Ikerbasque (Basque Foundation for Science).

41. Increases in Overweight and Obesity Prevalence and Changes in Disability-Free Survival in the United StatesRyan K. Masters , University of Colorado Boulder; Catherine Talbot, University of Colorado Boulder.

42. Use of Health and Demographic Surveillance Site Data for Secondary Analyses: Guidance for Researchers Using Examples from Existing AnalysesEstelle McLean , London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Emma Slaymaker, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Rebecca Sear, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).

43. Patterns of Interplay between Paid Employment and Family Care among Older Adults in GermanyAndreas Mergenthaler , Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB); Norbert F. Schneider, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB).

44. Gender Gap in Life Expectancy. Time Trends and Geographical DifferencesFrance Meslé , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Jacques Vallin, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

45. Regression Trees for Estimating Mortality Deceleration and Levelling-offTrifon I. Missov, Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics (CPop), University of Southern Denmark; Silvio Cabral Patricio , Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics (CPop), University of Southern Denmark.

46. Using Census to Estimate Mortality Differentials: An Application to Rural-Urban Adult Mortality in Colombia in 2018José Henrique Monteiro da Silva , University of Pennsylvania.

47. Spatial, Cause-Specific and Seasonal Effects of Excess Mortality Associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case of Germany, 2020–2022Michael Muehlichen , Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB); Markus Sauerberg, Federal Institute for Population Research; Pavel Grigoriev, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), Germany.

48. Elderly People of Yesterday and Today: Strengths and Critical PointsMarina Musci, ISTAT; Cinzia Castagnaro , Italian National Statistical Institute; Emanuela Bologna, ISTAT; Lorenzo Di Biagio, ISTAT; Sabrina Prati, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT).

49. Population Ageing from the Perspective of Labour-Force Participation: The Case of Croatia and SerbiaVladimir Nikitovic , Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade; Sanja Klempic Bogadi, Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Croatia.

50. The Role of Age in Shaping Neighbourhood Ethnic DiversityMomoko Nishikido , Queen's University Belfast; Mark Ellis, University of Washington, Seattle; Gemma Catney, Queens University Belfast; Richard Wright, Dartmouth College.

52. Education of Divorced Individuals and Their (Ex-)Partners: Exploring the Mortality Disadvantage in Finland, 1987-2020Lydia Palumbo , University of Turku; Cecilia Potente, Erasmus School of Health Policy and Management, Erasmus University; Marika Jalovaara, University of Turku.

53. Unobserved Confounding in Associations between Childhood Household Dysfunction and Health and Social Outcomes in Young AdulthoodJoonas Pitkänen , University of Helsinki; Lauren Bishop, University of Helsinki; Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki.

54. Kin Loss Due to Violent Death in Mexico: A Subnational Microsimulation ApproachAntonino Polizzi , Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science; Diego Alburez-Gutierrez, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

55. Educational Assortative Mating and Mortality in Finland: A Couple Perspective, 1987-2020Cecilia Potente , Erasmus School of Health Policy and Management, Erasmus University; Lydia Palumbo, University of Turku; Marika Jalovaara, University of Turku.

56. Validation of Exceptional Longevity in MartiniqueMichel Poulain , Tallinn University (TLU) / Universite catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain); Anne Herm, Tallinn University.

58. Family Structure, Infant Health, and Social Context in France, the United Kingdom, and the United StatesEmma Romell, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Lidia Panico , Center for Research on Social Inequalities (CRIS) - Sciences Po; INED; Melissa L. Martinson, University of Washington, Seattle.

59. Looking beyond Differences in Life Expectancy: Lifespan Inequality between Jews and Arabs in IsraelIsaac Sasson, Tel Aviv University; Yan Zheng , Tel Aviv University.

60. Do Covid-19 Containment Measures Reshape Late Working Life in Europe in the Mid-Term? Insights from the Second Share Corona SurveyWiebke Schmitz , Federal Institute of Vocational Education and Training.

61. Trends in the Burden of Disability in the United States, 1996-2018: Analysis Using Multistate ModelsShubhankar Sharma , University of Helsinki; Jo Mhairi Hale, University of St Andrews.

62. Estimating Population Exposure to Multiple Environmental Burdens in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Pixelated Study Over Last Two Decades (2000-2019)Ankit Sikarwar , National Institute for Demographic Studies (INED); Valerie Golaz, INED.

63. Differences in Life Expectancy by Migrant Status across the European UnionAndrea Succi , Eurostat - European Commission; Veronica Corsini, European Commission, Eurostat.

65. Marital Separation and Health Behaviors: Differences by Gender and Initiator StatusAndrea M Tilstra , University of Oxford; Nicole Kapelle, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin & Nuffield College.

66. Job Satisfaction among Older Workers: Differences between Native and Migrant Populations in ItalyEleonora Trappolini , Sapienza University of Rome; Alessandra De Rose, Sapienza Università di Roma.

67. Beyond the Identification Problem: Modeling Age, Period, and Cohort Patterns of Mental Wellbeing in South Korea Using Recent Advances in APC AnalysisJos van Leeuwen , European University Institute.

68. The Economic Position of Retired Immigrants as an Emerging Field of Study: Research Questions, Theories, and Methodological ChallengesKoen Veldman , NIDI-KNAW; Kène Henkens, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Jelle Lössbroek, NIDI-KNAW; Frank van Tubergen, Utrecht University, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI).

69. Sex Differences in the Shape of MortalitySerena Vigezzi , Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics, University of Southern Denmark; Virginia Zarulli, University of Padova, Department of Statistics; Annette Baudisch, Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics (CPop).

71. Maternal mortality disparities in IndiaSangita Vyas, University of Texas at Austin; Payal Hathi, University of California, Berkeley; Aashish Gupta , Harvard University.

72. Understanding Seasonal Risks of Poor Health in Cross-Sectional Data SourcesAlice Wolfle , University of Southampton; Andrew R. Channon, University of Southampton; Jim Wright, University of Southampton; Marije Schaafsma, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

74. Playing with Life Expectancy and Age-specific Mortality Rates. The MeaN Method for Indirect Estimate.Lucia Zanotto , Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna.

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