This year, SUDA was represented at no less than 25 sessions at the annual meeting of the European Population Conference (EPC), in Mainz August 31 – September 3.


Livia Olah: Session 34. Making use of family policy: fertility and labour market effects
Gerda Neyer: Session 71. Transfers between generations and family policy
Andrea Monti: Session 90. Integration challenges of forced migration

Paper Presentations:

Competing subsidies? The impact of various policy measures on second births in contemporary Hungary. Livia Olah (SUDA); Lívia Murinkó (Hungarian Demographic Research Institute); Zsolt Speder (Hungarian Demographic Research Institute).

Two decades of same-sex marriage in Sweden: a demographic account. Gunnar Andersson (SUDA); Martin Kolk (SUDA).

Strategies for dual-caring: work or family strategies? Helen Eriksson (SUDA).

Policies implication or personal experience? Integration of refugees in France and Sweden. Elena Ambrosetti (Sapienza Università di Roma); Eleonora Mussino (SUDA); Andrea Monti (SUDA).

Patterns and motives behind onward, return and circular migration among forced migrants. Andrea Monti (SUDA).

Parental background and union dissolution from a cross-national comparative perspective. Anne M. D. Brons (Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)); Juho Härkönen (SUDA).

Double disadvantage in a Nordic welfare state: a demographic analysis of the single mother employment gap in Finland, 1987–2011. Juho Härkönen (SUDA); Eevi Lappalainen (University of Turku); Marika Jalovaara (University of Turku).

The effect of the Great Recession on permanent childlessness in Italy. Chiara Ludovica Comolli (SUDA); Marcantonio Caltabiano (Università di Messina); Alessandro Rosina (Università Cattolica).

Fertility among the descendants of immigrants: the analysis of longitudinal data from eight European countries. Hill Kulu (University of Liverpool); Tina Hannemann (University of Liverpool); Ariane Pailhé (INED); Karel Neels (Universiteit Antwerpen); Leen Rahnu (Tallinn University); Allan Puur (Estonian Interuniversity Population Research Centre); Sandra Krapf (University of Cologne); Amparo Gonzalez-Ferrer (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)); Teresa Castro Martin (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)); Elisabeth K. Kraus (Universitat Pompeu Fabra); Laura Bernardi (Université de Lausanne); Eder Andrés Guarin Rojas (Université de Lausanne); Gunnar Andersson (SUDA); Lotta Persson (Statistics Sweden)

Poster Presentations:

Demographic and educational success of descendants: a prospective analysis of the number of great grandchildren and their education in 19th, 20th and 21st century Northern Sweden. Martin Kolk (SUDA); Martin Hällsten (SUDA).

How does birth order and number of siblings effect fertility? A within-family comparison using Swedish Register Data. Kathrin Morosow (SUDA); Martin Kolk (SUDA).

Distance between children and parents after a separation – which children have a close distance to the absent parent? Karin Lundström, Statistics Sweden; Anna Nyman, Statistics Sweden; Maria Brandén (SUDA); Jani Turunen (SUDA).

Change in the educational gradient of parental divorce in Spain and children’s educational attainment: a simultaneous equation approach. Fabrizio Bernardi (European University Institute); Chiara Ludovica Comolli (SUDA)