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Poster Session 5:
Poster Session 5: contexts

Friday, October 2
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

  1. Cohort replacement in the Spanish labour marketJosé Ramón Aguín Ferradás, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  2. Causes of infant mortality in Mexico in the XIX and XX centuriesAlejandro Aguirre, El Colegio de México

  3. Population projection by level of education for Egypt 2006 - 2051Huda Alkitkat, Egyptian Cabinet Information and Decision Support Centre (IDSC)

  4. An expert’s knowledge –based framework for probabilistic national population forecasts: the example of EgyptHuda Alkitkat, Egyptian Cabinet Information and Decision Support Centre (IDSC)

  5. Vulnerability, conditional cash transfer and women's autonomyJosé Eustáquio Diniz Alves, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE); Suzana M. Cavenaghi, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE); Lena Lavinas, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ

  6. Implications for public policies from changes in age-education compositionErnesto F. Amaral, Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil

  7. Stationary population as theoretical concept and as policy visionAnatole Romaniuc, University of Alberta

  8. Philippe Antoine, CEPED (UMR Paris Descartes-INED-IRD)

  9. Sabrina Aouici, Caisse Nationale d'Assurance Viellesse (CNAV)

  10. Muslims in Indonesia: socio-economic and demographic profileEvi N. Arifin, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

  11. Experiences and attitudes of male and female ex-combatants in urban ethno-communal conflict in developing country: NigeriaAbidemi R Asiyanbola, Olabisi Onabanjo University

  12. Laurent Napoleon Assogba, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

  13. Gaps between social science research and social policy in Ghana: evidence on child health and nutrition policiesDelali M Badasu, University of Ghana

  14. Alhassane Balde, Université Paris Descartes

  15. A relationship stuck in the past: contributions of demography to educational planningBilal Barakat, Vienna Institute of Demography

  16. Role of education in explaining women work participation in two economically contrasting Indian states.Debasis Barik, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Guruswamy Madappa, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  17. Closing the gap in indigenous Australians' life expectancyTony Barnes, Charles Darwin University; Ching Choi, Australian National University; Steve Guthrie, Northern Territory Department of Health; Rob Hyndman, Monash University

  18. Gender vulnerability and human rights violation in a metropolitan area of Brazil’s capitalLeides Barroso Azevedo Moura, Universidade de Brasília; Ana Maria Nogales Vasconcelos, Universidade de Brasília

  19. Assessment of the “real” causes of death in a rapidly developing high-income country in the Middle EastPeter Barss, United Arab Emirates University; Michal Grivna, United Arab Emirates University; Sakina Al Belooshi, United Arab Emirates University; Salama Al Hosani, United Arab Emirates University; AR Al Yamahi, United Arab Emirates University; MR Al Zaabi, United Arab Emirates University

  20. Sampling weights for analyses of couple data in demographic and health surveysStan Becker, Johns Hopkins University; Bryan Sayer, Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.

  21. Can IVF help to reverse the trend of low fertility in Western societies?Gijs Beets, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Dik Habbema, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam; Egbert R. te Velde, Utrecht University; Marinus Eijkemans, Erasmus Medical Center Department of Public Health; Henri Leridon, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Geeta Nargund, St George's Hospital and Medical School Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

  22. Habib Ben Mansour

  23. Jean-Noël Biraben, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  24. Michel Bitemo, Centre de Recherche et d'Etude en Sciences Sociales et Humaines (CRESSH)

  25. Qualification and opportunity: an analysis of the relationship of education and labour market in Latin America in the 90's and 2000'sGabriel Borges, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE)

  26. Nacer Boulfekhar, Université Saad Dahleb Blida

  27. Nicolas Brouard, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  28. The impact of "sanitary environment" on health and height in Italy at the end of the 19th centuryOdoardo Bussini, Università di Perugia; Donatella Lanari, Università di Perugia

  29. MERCOSUR and information on migrant issuesCeleste María Castiglione, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Laura A. Gottero, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Romina Caldera, Universidad de Buenos Aires

  30. Estimates of total fertility rate after adjustment of quantum and tempo effect on fertilitySandip Chakraborty, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  31. Determinants of the use of contraception of the indigenous population in MexicoAna María Chávez Galindo, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Argisofía Pérez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

  32. Harmonizing the data collection and data entry applications for longitudinal and cross-sectional surveys in social science: a metadata driven approachBenjamin D. Clark, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

  33. “Lexis cohorts”: extracting information on half-year cohorts from 1-year format Lexis dataAlan A. Cohen, Centre for Global Health Research; John Tillinghast, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Vladimir Canudas-Romo, Johns Hopkins University

  34. Cause-specific hospital utilisation and mortality patterns in New Zealand by area deprivation, 1974-2006Ngaire A Coombs, University of Southampton

  35. Forecasting fertility by using data mining techniques on 1993, 1998 and 2003 Turkey demographic and health survey dataYadigar Coskun, Hacettepe University; Mehmet Necati Ozdeniz, Population Association (Turkey)

  36. Investing in childcare: what are the individual and collective returns? A dynamic microsimulation of the French casePierre Courtioux, EDHEC; Olivier Thevenon, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  37. Blandine M Dansou, Centre de Formation et de Recherche en matière de Population (CEFORP); Ochozias A Gbaguidi, Commission Economique des Nations Unies pour l'Afrique

  38. Detection of some social parameters on child mortality through joint generalized linear modelsRabindra Nath Das, The University of Burdwan; Shankar Dihidar, Indian Statistical Institute

  39. Giuseppe G. De Bartolo, Universita della Calabria; Manuela Stranges, Universita della Calabria

  40. Using qualitative data to unravel the life-course of unmarried and never married women in the early modern periodSofie De Langhe, Ghent University

  41. Challenges of reaching hidden populations in HIV research in the Middle EastJocelyn DeJong, American University of Beirut

  42. Heath transition in adult and old ages: Italian examplesLorenzo Del Panta, Università di Bologna; Rosella Rettaroli, Università di Bologna; Alessandra Samoggia, Università di Bologna

  43. Vital events and economic conditions: testing Malthusian theory on northern Italy’s historical data (1650-1860)Anna Di Bartolomeo, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"; Giulia Ferrari, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"; Enrica Lapucci, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"; Agnese Vitali, Università Bocconi

  44. Demographic and socioeconomic inequalities between whites and indigenous peoples in BrazilCláudio S. Dias Júnior, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Ana Paula A. Verona, University of Texas at Austin

  45. Family law reforms at the beginning of the XX century in Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden : an innovative attemp in the face of societal evolutionMarie Digoix, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Patrick Festy, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Nathalie Le Bouteillec, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  46. Overview of Palestinian resettlement in BrazilJuliana A. Dominguez, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP); Rosana Baeninger, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)

  47. Thomas Dubois, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  48. Fertility by ethnic and religious groups in the UK: trends in a multi-cultural contextSylvie Dubuc, University of Oxford

  49. Véronique D. N. Dupont, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)

  50. Women's autonomy and utilization of contraception in urban poor communities in SudanIbrahim Ms Ghada, Information and Decision Support Center (IDSC), the Egyptian Cabinet

  51. Adel Ghannay, Centre de Documentation et d'Information sur la Femme (CREDIF)

  52. Inequity and child survival in BangladeshSheikh M. Giashuddin, Jagannath University

  53. Demographic dynamics and educational inequality in MexicoSilvia Giorguli-Saucedo, El Colegio de México; Eunice D. Vargas Valle, University of Texas at Austin; Viviana Salinas, University of Texas at Austin; Celia Hubert, Secretaría de Educación Pública en México

  54. Social inequity and the double burden of under and over nutrition in EgyptAzza Gohar, National Nutrition Institute, Cairo; Dina I Shehab, National Nutrition Institute, Cairo; Wafaa Abu El-makarem, National Nutrition Institute, Cairo; Safaa El-Hoseny, National Nutrition Institute, Cairo

  55. Social vulnerability and demographic dynamics in Argentina, 2001-07Leandro González, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  56. Respondent driven sampling: An effective methodology to estimate vulnerability to HIV transmission in sex workers of Santos, BrazilMaria Graciela González de Morell, Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP); Neide Gravato da Silva, Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP); Regina Maria Lacerda, Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP)

  57. Work ability of persons in the older groups of productive ageIzabela Grabowska, Warsaw School of Economics

  58. Melting pot or mixed salad? Exploring assimilation and maintenance of fertility behavior of first and subsequent generation Central American women living in the United StatesKathryn Grace, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Stuart H. Sweeney, University of California, Santa Barbara

  59. Using simple but flexible stochastic population forecasts to extend official population forecastsRebecca Graziani, Università Bocconi; Marco Marsili, Instituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Eugenio Melilli, Università Bocconi

  60. Measuring the world Muslim populationBrian J. Grim, Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, and Boston University; Becky Hsu, Princeton University

  61. Angélique Guay-Giroux, Université de Montréal; Marc Tremblay, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi; Hélène Vézina, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi

  62. The impact of religion, social and cultural understanding on gender segregationLukmanul Hakim, Independent Consultant; Sri H. Rachmad, BPS Statistics Indonesia

  63. Nacer-eddine Hammouda, Centre de Recherche en Economie Appliquée pour le Développement (CREAD ); Kahina Cherfi-Feroukhi, Centre de Recherche en Economie Appliquée pour le Développement (CREAD )

  64. Tempo effect in first marriage table: Japan and ChinaKiyosi Hirosima, Shimane University

  65. Validity of the own-children method of fertility estimation: results from Iran's 1986, 1996 and 2006 censusesMeimanat Hosseini Chavoshi, University of Tehran; Taha Nourollahi, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, Iran

  66. Access to school, educational attainment and reproductive behavior in rural BangladeshMazharul Islam, University of Dhaka

  67. Marriage dynamics in PalestineYara Jarallah, Birzeit University

  68. Reproductive right's permission and transaction: on China's future population policyXu Jian, Dalian Population and Family Planning Committee

  69. Marriage structure in Bohemia after thirty years´ warEva Kacerova, University of Economics , Prague (VSE); Jiri Henzler, University of Economics , Prague (VSE)

  70. Qualitative data in population research in RussiaIrina E. Kalabikhina, Moscow State University

  71. Fertility, fertility inhibiting effects and contraceptive use among indigenous women in BangladeshS. M. Mostafa Kamal, Islamic University

  72. Ethnicity and demographic behaviour of Muslims in the Indian sub-continentMehtab Karim, Aga Khan University

  73. Hassene Kassar, Faculté des Sciences Humaines et Sociales de Tunis

  74. Political representation and population distribution in CanadaDon Kerr, University of Western Ontario; Hugh Mellon, University of Western Ontario

  75. Abd El Aziz Khalfaoui, Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV; Roger Waka Modjo, Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV

  76. Ayache Khellaf, Haut-commissariat Au Plan, Morocco

  77. Measuring progress in humanitarian assistance: An assessment on key basic needs for refugees in Eastern AfricaPeter Kintu, United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR); Khassoum Diallo, United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)

  78. Determinants of Islamic beliefs and practices among Muslim migrants in JapanHiroshi Kojima, Faculty of Social Sciences, Waseda University

  79. The annual censuses of Aborigines, 1925-1944: technical imperative, social demography or social control?Ellen Percy Kraly, Colgate University; John McQuilton, University of Wollongong

  80. Salim Lachkhab, direction de la santé et de la population de la wilaya de khenchela -algerie

  81. Claudine Lacroix, Institut de la statistique du Québec et Université de Montréal

  82. Life expectancies at older ages in destabilized populations: a methodological investigation with application to some developed and less developed countriesSubrata Lahiri, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  83. Marlène Lamy, Université Paris I, Panthéon Sorbonne

  84. EUROPOP2008: a set of population projections for the European UnionGiampaolo Lanzieri, Eurostat

  85. Jean-Marie Le Goff, Université de Lausanne; Felix Bühlmann, Université de Lausanne; Martin Camenisch, Université de Lausanne; Francesco Giudici, Université de Lausanne; Manuel Tettamanti, Université de Lausanne

  86. Catherine CL Leroy, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS)

  87. Frédérique Letué, Université de Grenoble II; Valerie Golaz, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  88. Labor productivity, age and education in Swedish mining and manufacturing 1985-1996Thomas Lindh, Institute for Futures Studies; Björn Andersson, Central Bank of Sweden

  89. Thérèse Locoh, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Zahia Ouadah-Bedidi, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  90. Socio economic and demographic profile of indigenous people in IndiaLokpriy Lokpriy, International Institute for Population Sciences; Zuha Shamsuzzaha, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  91. Child headed households: are they more vulnerable.Yovani Moses A Lubaale, Makerere University

  92. The impact of macroeconomic growth on female labour force participation: does panel data confirm the “feminisation U” hypothesis?Angela Luci, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  93. Socio economic dimensions of caste structure in India: an empirical study using the NFHS-2Sandhya Mahapatro, Institute for Social and Economic Change

  94. Abdoulaye Maïga, Université de Ouagadougou; Banza Baya, Université de Ouagadougou

  95. Richard Marcoux, Université de Laval; Jean-François Kobiané, Université de Ouagadougou

  96. Quantity and quality of youth employment in Italy by educational attainmentCristiano Marini, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"

  97. Female domestic servants and fertility decline in Flanders, 1830-1930.Christa E.M. Matthys, Ghent University

  98. Changes in education and union formation patterns in MexicoMarta Mier-y-Teran, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

  99. A comparison of mortality forecasting modelsTapas Mishra, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis; Monika S Sawhney, Tulane University

  100. Expanding rights in the current Argentinian migration law. An evaluation from Sen´s ideas.Vanina Modolo, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  101. Health policy and population health in Spain, a case study: Mallorca,1860, 1930Isabel Moll-Blanes, University of Balearic Islands; Joana-Maria Pujades-Mora, University of Balearic Islands; Pere Sales-Vives, University of Balearic Islands

  102. Counting of child labour: some concepts and practiceSubrato K. Mondal, Population Foundation of India, India

  103. The impact of Islam on economic growth: evidence from cross country regressionsNadwa Mossaad, Population Reference Bureau (PRB)

  104. Digit accuracies in age data for developed regions with old pattern of digit preference error in developing worldBarun Kumar Mukhopadhyay, Ex Population Scientist Indian Statistical Institute

  105. Accounting for intragenerational mobility on poverty and inequalityJeronimo O. Muniz, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)

  106. Health interventions and historical infant mortality decline: milk depots in Spain (1900-1936)Francisco Muñoz-Pradas, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  107. Abdeslam Nadah, Haut-commissariat Au Plan, Morocco

  108. Inter-regional variation in the growth of Muslim population in India: a geographical perspectiveDebendra Kumar Nayak, North-Eastern Hill University; Mahasweta Satpati, North-Eastern Hill University; Aparesh Patra, Rolta Thales Ltd

  109. Education, employment, and ethnic-specific transition to marriage in KyrgyzstanLesia Nedoluzhko, Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University

  110. The village of Vieiras: a 1895 report of a typhoid fever epidemic in rural BrazilKátia Maria Nunes Campos, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR)

  111. Explaining inter-ethnic coexistence and harmony in Enugu city, southeastern NigeriaAkachi C. Odoemene, University of Ibadan

  112. Poverty reduction: a veritable tool for development in sub-Saharan AfricaOmotosho k Oluwatoyin, University of Ibadan

  113. Application of the Kalman filter to make population estimates and projections in small geographic areasManuel Ordorica, El Colegio de México

  114. Modified disability adjusted life years as a measure for burden of diseases: modification and applicationMagued I Osman, Egyptian Cabinet Information and Decision Support Centre (IDSC); Hanan Girgis, Egyptian Cabinet Information and Decision Support Centre (IDSC)

  115. Philippe Pacaut, Ministère de la Famille et des Aînés du Québec; Celine Le Bourdais, McGill University

  116. Assessment of growth performance of children in last fifteen years and developing new standard growth curves of children’s nutritional status for IndiaRachana Patel, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  117. Modelling the age-specific nuptiality pattern in modern populationsParaskevi Peristera, Athens University of Economics and Business; Anastasia Kostaki, Athens University of Economics and Business

  118. Modernization, contraceptive use and ideal family size in YemenVijayan Pillai, University of Texas at Arlington; Thankam S Sunil, University of Texas at San Antonio

  119. Dulce Pimentel, New University of Lisbon; Nuno Pires Soares, University of Lisbon; José António Tenedório, New University of Lisboa

  120. Process of entry into marriage in Urban Uttar Pradesh: analyzing the role of education, employment and familial environmentRavi Prakash, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  121. Business demography: application for PolandAneta Ptak-Chmielewska, Warsaw School of Economics

  122. International migration and economic development: an analysis of development policiesSleiman Dr. Rabadi, Birzeit University

  123. Strength and weakness to constructing sampling frame of child labour survey: evidence based on national labour household surveySri H. Rachmad, BPS Statistics Indonesia

  124. Demographic inequalities and implications for political representation in IndiaJ Retnakumar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  125. Medium-term population projections for India, states and union territories, 2001, 2051J Retnakumar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  126. Work and family over the life-cycle : a typology of couplesNicolas Robette, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Anne Solaz, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  127. The social vulnerability of disabled people. Gran Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2002-2003.Cecilia Rodríguez Gauna, Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (INDEC); Gladys Massé, Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (INDEC)

  128. Stochastic population forecast of Ireland, 2007-2057Agnes Romanini, Università di Bari; Anita Abramowska-Kmon, Warsaw School of Economics; Joanna Rozanska, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Elsa Steichen, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  129. Problemas de calidad de la declaración de la edad de la población adulta mayor en los censos de américa latinaDalia Romero, Instituto Oswaldo Cruz (FIOCRUZ); Anitza Freitez, Universidad Católica Andrés Bello

  130. Sophie Roux, Institut National de Recherche sur les Transports et leur Sécurité (INRETS); Francis Papon, Institut National de Recherche sur les Transports et leur Sécurité (INRETS); Marina Marchal, Institut National de Recherche sur les Transports et leur Sécurité (INRETS)

  131. Population structure of human isolates and genetic epidemiologyPavao Rudan, Institute for Anthropological Research

  132. Population ageing and demographic policies in a Russian megapolis: the case of Saint-PetersburgGaiane Safarova, Russian Academy of Sciences

  133. Can “lived religion” explain the process behind fertility behavior of Hindus and Muslims in a comparative perspective?Biswamitra Sahu, University of Groningen; Inge Hutter, University of Groningen

  134. Muriel Sajoux, Université de Tours

  135. A population perspective on reflexive social constructionJohn Sandberg, McGill University

  136. Djiali Sari, Université d'Alger

  137. Life table techniques for small populations: effects of population size, of the mortality level, and of age compositionSergei Scherbov, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis and Vienna Institute of Demography; Dalkhat M. Ediev, Vienna Institute of Demography

  138. Isabelle Seguy, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Nicolas Bernigaud, Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis; Arnaud Bringe, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Michel Signoli, Université de la Méditerranée - Aix Marseille II; Stéfan Tzortzis, Service Régional de l’Archéologie de Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

  139. The impact of rapid population growth on social and economic development in TanzaniaMajige B Selemani, Principal Statistician

  140. Gender, education, and the labor market in KinshasaDavid Shapiro, Pennsylvania State University; Roger Pongi, University of Kinshasa; Mark Gough, Bates White LLC

  141. The black population in a Brazilian citizen: invisibility, culture and resistanceMaria Nilza Silva, Université de l'Etat de Londrina et Université Catholique de Sao Paulo

  142. Estimation and projection software for general useLudi Simpson, University of Manchester

  143. Declining Parsi population of India: a demographic dilemma?Dharmendra Pratap Singh, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)

  144. Deprivation of India’s scheduled caste children from primary educationLakhan Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  145. Education of monolingual and bilingual indigenous children in MexicoErica Soler-Hampejsek, Population Council; Kelly Hallman, Population Council

  146. Ethnic structure of population in Russia: current trends and the futureEugeny Soroko, State University Higher School of Economics

  147. Assessing the quality of age reporting at a time of general data quality improvement: going beyond the original Whipple's indexThomas Spoorenberg, United Nations

  148. Population policy in eastern Asian low fertility countriesToru Suzuki, National Institute of Population

  149. Developing annual population data in the United States: new possibilities for the 21st centuryDavid A. Swanson, University of California, Riverside; Jerome McKibben, McKibben Demographic Research

  150. Violence against women and girl children in CameroonTeke Johnson TJT Takwa, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Demographiques (IFORD)

  151. Muslim religion or ethnicity as hindering factors in the lagging Ethiopian rural transition? The complex web of social, cultural, and community factorsCharles H Teller, Population Reference Bureau (PRB) and Addis Ababa University; Kola A. Oyediran, JSI Research and Training Institute; Tesfayi Gebreselassie, Macro International Inc.

  152. Ethnic differences in transition to first marriage in Iran: the role of marriage market, women's socio-economic status, and the process of developmentFatemeh Torabi, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

  153. Measuring under-five mortality: validation of new low-cost methodsJulie Knoll Rajaratnam, University of Washington; Linda N Tran, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation; Alan D. Lopez, University of Queensland; Christopher J.L. Murray, University of Washington

  154. Migration and the new social risks managementRobert Trbola, Research Institute for Labour and Social Affairs; Miroslava Rakoczyova, Institute for Labour and Social Affairs

  155. Social mobility in Colombia during the XIX century. A multifactorial study for small populationsPiedad Urdinola, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota

  156. Changes in family creation strategies and birth rates in Europe during two generationsMare Vähi, University of Tartu; Ene-Margit Tiit, University of Tartu

  157. Béatrice Valdes, Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV; Jérôme Tourbeaux, Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV

  158. Gender differences in biological markers in the U.S., Taiwan and JapanSarinnapha Vasunilashorn, University of Southern California; Latrica E. Best, University of Southern California; Yasuhiko Saito, Nihon University; Eileen Crimmins, University of Southern California

  159. Infant mortality and mother’s religious involvement in BrazilAna Paula A. Verona, University of Texas at Austin

  160. Population and human capital development in Pakistan to 2050Muhammad Asif Wazir, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

  161. Demographic transition as a pathway to achieving Yemen's MDGsImelda Zosa-Feranil, Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA); Sarah Clark, Futures Group International