Jan 16: 13:-14:30, B900
Glenn Sandström (Umeå University):
Influence of parental gender preferences on fertility in Europe during the fertility transition : Findings from Germany and Spain, 1825-1940

Jan 23: 13:00-14:30, B900
Daniel Ritter (Stockholm University):
The iron cage of liberalism: States and nonviolent revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa

Feb 6: 13:00-14.30, B900
Sunnee Billingsley (Stockholm University) and Aija Duntava (Södertörn University):
Putting the pieces together: Fertility trends across 40 years of birth cohorts in 19 post-socialist countries

Feb 13: 13:00-14.30, B900
Juho Härkönen and Margarita Chudnovskaya (Stockholm University):
Assortative mating across the life course: The role of school context

Feb. 20: 13:00-14.30, B900
Ida Viklund (Stockholm University):
PhD Startup Seminar

Feb 27: 14:00-15:30, B900 (please note different time)
Karin Halldén (SOFI):
The implications of parental leave for gender differences in academic careers in Sweden 1995-2011

March 6: 13:00-14.30, B900
Anette Fasang (WZB & Humboldt University, Berlin):
Family of origin effects on family formation

March 13: 13:00-14.30, B900
Livia Oláh and Jani Turunen (Stockholm University):
Family composition and union dissolution among families with children in Sweden

March 20: 13:00-14.30, B900
Ognjen Obucina (Stockholm University):
Marriage migration and divorce risk

March 27: 14:00-15:30, B900 (please note different time)
Sofi Ohlsson-Wijk (Stockholm University):
Occupation and continued childbearing among Swedish couples

April 3: 13:00-14.30, B900
Ylva Almquist (CHESS):
Coexisting disadvantages in the Swedish population

April 10: 14:00-17:00, Svensk demografisk förenings årsmöte (www.demografi.se)
William-Olssonsalen, Geovetenskapens hus, Stockholm University, Frescati

April 24: 14:00-15:30, B900 (please note different time)
PAA-rehearsals (room reserved till 5 p.m.)

May 8: 13:00-14.30, B900
Kenneth Nelson (SOFI):
Welfare states and public health: The role of minimum income benefits for mortality

May 15: 13:00-14.30, B900
Helena Holmlund (SOFI):
School choice and segregation: Evidence from Sweden

May 22: 14:00-15:30, B900 (please note different time)
Eva Andersson / Bo Malmberg (Department of Human Geography):
Contextual effects on education and health: A New approach

June 5: 13:00-14.30, B900
Filip Fors (University of Umeå//Comparative Research Center Sweden, CORS):
Comparing living conditions, attitudes and well-being across countries:
Introduction to ESS, ISSP and SHARE

June 12: 13:00-14:30: EPC rehearsal