25 August:
Show & Tell

8 September:
Thomas Lindh, Linnaeus Universitet & Institute for Futures Studies: National Transfer Accounts: Economics by Age

15 September:
Kieron Barclay: Sex Composition of the Workplace and Mortality Risk

22 September: (16:00-17:30)
James Walker, University of Wisconsin-Madison: SES and Mortality

26 September: (14:00-15:30) F800
Irwin Garfinkel, Columbia University: Wealth and Welfare States

6 October:
Vladimir Canudas-Romo, University of Copenhagen: Life Expectancy in the United States: International and Domestic Comparisons

13 October:
Kelly Ragan, Stockholm School of Economics: Sex and the Single Girl: The Role of Culture in Contraception Demand

20 October:
Steffen Dalsgaard, Southern Denmark University: Who Counts? Enumeration of Social Identity in the 2011 National Census in Papua New Guinea

27 October: (15:00-16:30)
Julius op de Beke, European Commission Directorate for Research: How to Best Prepare the EU for Ageing

3 November:
James Raymo, University of Wisconsin-Madison:
Educational Differences in Early Childbearing: A Cross-national Comparative Study

10 November: (16:15) Nobel Forum, KI
James Vaupel, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research: Biodemography of Human Aging

17 November: (15:00-16:30)
Maria Brandén & Eva Bernhardt: Shared Attitudes and Couple Relationship Quality

24 November: (15:00-16:30)
Li Ma: Welfare state building up and motherhood transition in South Korea

1 December:
Sunnee Billingsley: How Job Acquisition Influences Family Formation for Europe’s Most Committed Workers: The Case of Estonia

8 December:
Maribel Morey, Princeton University: Why Gunnar Myrdal's An American Dilemma (1944) Came to Exist: Mid-Twentieth Century Philanthropic Managers, Social Researchers, and Defining 'Objective' Research on Race

15 December: (15:00-16:30)
Patrik Aspers: Markets