Thursday, July 10 / 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM

1Social, Spatial, and Ethnic Differences in Fertility
2Work-Family Balance in Europe
3Economic Activity and Pensions in Ageing societies
4Migrant Demographic Behaviour: Nuptiality
5Cause-of-death Contribution to Mortality Analysis
6Reproductive Issues in Low-Fertility Populations
7Regional and Urban Issues
8Female and Male Migration
9Economics and Labour Market Issues
10Statistical Sources, Measurement and Methodology in International Migration

Thursday, July 10 / 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

11Religion and Fertility
12Inter-Generational Transmission of Values and Demographic Behaviour
13A Life-Course Perspective on Retirement
14Transnational Communities and Diaspora Networks
15Intrahousehold Allocation
16Reproductive Morbidity
17Care for Older Persons: Needs and Implications
18Data Collection and Analysis Issues
19Cultures of Family Formation and Development across Time and Space
20Data and Methods

Thursday, July 10 / 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

P1Poster Session 1

Thursday, July 10 / 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

21Gender Role Division, Gender Role Attitudes and Fertility
22Childbearing trends and policies in Europe: A book presentation
23Forecasting the Impact of International Migration in Europe
24Migrant Demographic Behaviour: Fertility
25Health Care and Mortality in Developing Countries
26Contraception and Induced Abortion in Europe
27Internal Migration of Foreign Populations and Minority Groups
28Mental Health
29Evolutionary- and Bio-Demography
30Demographic Research Applications Based on Census Microdata

Thursday, July 10 / 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

31Fertility Intentions and their Realisation
32Mixed-ethnic unions in Europe and second generation union formation
33Ageing and Intergenerational Relationships
34Her Career and His: Men and Women Labour Force Participation in Europe
35General Trends in Mortality and Disability
36Completing Fertility Transition in Asia
37Demographic Determinants of Child Welfare
38Risk Factors, Diseases and Mortality
39Regional Population Dynamics in the History of Europe (15th - 19th Century)
40Educational Background and Economic Mobility of Migrants

Friday, July 11 / 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM

41Union Instability, Non-Marital Births and Fertility
42The Determinants and Consequences of Union Dissolution
43Life Course
44Women and Economic Migration
46Fertility of Immigrants and Foreigners
48Self-Assessed Health
49Population Ageing and Living Arrangements: Estimations and Projections
50Methodological Issues in Mortality

Friday, July 11 / 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

51New and Accessible Comparative Micro-Data for Population Studies
52Young Adults' Living Arrangements and Economic Context
53Family Formation Processes
54Second Generation Migrants
55Life Cycle and Mortality
56Socio-Cultural Context of Reproductive Health (1)
57Spatial Differentials in Population Processes
58Socio-Economic Differences in Disability
59Policy Issues
60International Migration and Migrant Populations

Friday, July 11 / 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

P2Poster Session 2

Friday, July 11 / 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

61Education and Fertility
62The Gender Division of Domestic Work
63Intergenerational Relationships
64Spatial Distribution of Immigrants and Ethnic Groups
65New Steps towards a Common European Migration Policy
66The Behavioral Dimension of the HIV Epidemic
67Lone-Motherhood: Well-Being and Partnership Formation
68What Do We Gain from New Spanish Data Sources?
69Education and Migration Process
70Migration Policies

Friday, July 11 / 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

71Fertility Shifts in Central and Eastern Europe
72The Dynamics of Cohabitation
73Fertility and Parallel Careers
74Integration Processes Of Migrants
75Is there a Spanish demographic exceptionality?
76Reproductive Health Care in Developing Countries
77Children's Well-Being and Household Characteristics
79Migrants and the Labour Market
80Data Sources, Measurement and Models

Friday, July 11 / 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

P3Poster Session 3

Saturday, July 12 / 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM

81Low Fertility in Southern Europe
82Individual Consequences of Family Formation and Dissolution
83Timing of Family Formation
84Social Mobility and Labour Market Participation of Foreign Workers
85Socio-Economic Differences in Mortality
86High Risk Groups
87Sex Differentials
88Models of Fertility Behaviour and Theoretical Approaches to Fertility
89European Emigration
90Methods and Applications of Population Forecasting

Saturday, July 12 / 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

91Employment, Work-Family Balance and Fertility
92Insecurities in the Labor Market, Female Employment and Fertility
93Migration: A Life-Course Approach
94Irregular Migration
95Fertility in Western and Eastern Europe
96Socio-Cultural Context of Reproductive Health(2)
97Geography of Mortality
98Migrant Demographic Behaviour: Morbidity and Mortality
99The European Brain Drain