The Generations and Gender Programme, in collaboration with INED and the IUSSP, is delighted to announce the 5th GGP Conference to be held 24-25 October 2019 at the Paris School of Economics. Here you can find the book of abstracts for all the presentations, oral and poster.
This international conference aims to bring together researchers working with data from the Generations and Gender Survey and invites them to present and discuss their most recent methodological approaches and empirical findings. The conference provides a forum for exchange of ideas among current as well as prospective GGP users, policy makers and the research community at large. There will also be a Data Visualization Workshop on 22-23 October, details of which can be found here.
An exceptional lineup of keynote speakers will bring valuable insights and offer their experitse on diverse topics including the impact of economic insecurity on fertility in Europe (Daniele Vignoli), demographic trends in post-socialist countries (Sunnee Billingsley), and relationship formation in the digital age (Michael Rosenfeld).
Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence, Italy
Daniele Vignoli is Full Professor of Demography at the University of Florence, where he teaches Demography, Social Demography, and Longitudinal Data Analysis. He coordinated national and international research projects. Currently, he leads an ERC Consolidator Grant on “Economic Uncertainty and Fertility in Europe”. His research interests address: family-related behaviors, comparative family demography, family life courses, and family events and subjective well-being.
Sunnee Billingsley, Stockholm University, Sweden
Sunnee Billingsley is Associate Professor (Docent) in Sociology at Stockholm University. She studies the effects of social stratification, social policy and social change on demographic patterns. Her research interests include: comparative and micro level analyses of fertility and mortality trends, demographic change in post- communist countries (Russia in particular). She is also studying the demographic effects of social mobility in Sweden, focusing on both mortality and fertility.
Michael Rosenfeld, Stanford University, California
Michael Rosenfeld is Professor and Chair of Sociology at Stanford University, where he also teaches Changing American Family, and Intro to Data Analysis. He studies mating and dating, the Internet’s effect on society, family history and family law (especially as they relate to same-sex couples and their children). He is currently working on “How Couples Meet and Stay Together”, a longitudinal study of social life in the US, funded by the National Science Foundation.
GGP User Conference
PSE – Paris School of Economics
48 Boulevard Jourdan
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