Time: Thursdays at 13:00—14:30 (unless otherwise stated)
Place: Stockholm University, Frescati, Hus B, 8th floor, B800 (unless otherwise stated)


September 8: 13:00-14:30, B800
Amber Beckley (Duke University)
The Effect of Childhood Risk Factors on the Overlap between Victimization and Offending

September 13: 13:00-14:30, B800 (please note different day!)
Caroline Bledsoe (Department of Anthropology, Northwestern University)
Going Undercover: Contraceptive Use in Politically Polarized America

September 15: 13:00-14:30, B800
Andreas Filser (Oldenburg University)
Sex Ratio Effects on Violent Crime

September 22: 13:00-14.30, B800
Vegard Skirbekk (Columbia University; Norwegian Institute of Public Health)
Emerging Determinants of Fertility Behavior in Developed Economies

September 29: 13:00-14:30, B800
John Östh (Uppsala University, Dept. of Social and Economic Geography)
Big Data and the Mobility of the City

October 5: 13:00-14.30, B900
Joint Seminar with Department of Sociology, arranged by the Swedish International Graduate School in Register-Based Research (SINGS)
Christian Brzinski-Fay (WZB, Berlin) 
Compressed, Postponed, or Disadvantaged? School-to-Work-Transition Patterns and Early Occupational Attainment in West Germany

October 6: 13:00-14.30, B800
Margarita Chudnovskaya (Stockholm University Demography Unit)
Is the End of Educational Hypergamy the End of Hypergamy? Evidence from Sweden

October 7: 13:00-14.00, B900 (!) (please note day, place, time)
Colloquium and Docent Lecture
Martin Kolk (Stockholm University Demography Unit)
Two Decades of Same-Sex Marriage in Sweden: A Demographic Account

October 12: 13:00-15:00 F800 (!) Please note day, time, and place!
Joint Seminar with SOFI/SWS, Sociology, Demography
Hyunjoon Park (University of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Sociology)
The Legacy of Disadvantaged Origins over Four or More Generations: Blocked Social Mobility of Descendants of Slaves in Korea, 19th Century

October 20: 13:00-14:30, B800
Ben Wilson (Stockholm University Demography Unit)
Understanding the Life Course of Immigrants and their Descendants: A Research Agenda for Register Data

October 27: TBA

November 3: 13:00-14.30, F800 (please note room change!)
Joint Seminar with IAS (The Institute for Analytical Sociology, Linköping University)
Douglas S. Massey (Department of Sociology & Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University)
Racial Segregation and Stratification in the United States

November 10: 13:00-14:30, B800
Chiara Comolli (Stockholm University Demography Unit)
The Effect of the Great Recession on Permanent Childlessness in Italy

November 17: 13:00-14.30, B800
Mika Gissler (Karolinska Institutet)
Methodological and Other Issues in Migrant Health Studies

November 24: 13:00-14.30, B800
Robyn Donrovich (KU Leuven, Dept. of Sociology)
Early life disease environment: Measuring post-reproductive mortality by the proportion of sibling infant deaths in the household

November 29: 13:00 - 14:00, B800 (please note different day and time)
Natalia Permyakova (University of Southampton)
Men’s Health and Intergenerational Living Arrangements: The Role of Family Socio-Economic Well-Being

December 1: 13:00-14.30, B800
Haodong Qi (Stockholm University Demography Unit)
Live Longer, Work Longer?

December 8: 13:00 - 14:00, Medelhavsmuseet, Fredsgatan 2, vid Gustav Adolfs Torg, Stockholm
Bo Malmberg et al. (Stockholm University)
Invandringens effekter på Sveriges demografiska och ekonomiska utveckling
Presentation of report and panel discussion (in Swedish)
Registration required at: ju.delmi@regeringskansliet.se
Registration deadline: December 6, 2016, 13:00

December 15: 13:00-14.30, B800
Kathrin Morosow (Stockholm University Demography Unit)
Cash-for-Care use and Family Stability in Finland