Session 114
Life Course influences on Children's Outcomes

Note: Due to the pandemic the original sessions have been cancelled.
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Chair: Lidia Panico, CRIS, Sciences Po; INED

1. Socio-Economic Family Background and Adult Children’s Health in Germany: The Role of Intergenerational Transmission of EducationOliver Arránz Becker , Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg; Katharina Loter, Tilburg University.

2. Socioeconomic Background and Gene-Environment Interplay in Social Stratification across the Early Life Course in FinlandJani Erola , University of Turku; Hannu Lehti, University of Turku; Tina Baier; Aleksi Karhula, University of Turku.

3. The Effects of Disadvantageous Parental Origins and Early Home Leaving and Early Parenthood on Secondary Education Attainment in FinlandNiko Eskelinen , University of Turku | Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare; Johanna Kallio, University of Turku; Timo M. Kauppinen, Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare.

4. Social Disparities in Residential Mobility and Children’s Outcomes in Early and Middle Childhood.Francesca F Fiori , University of Strathclyde.

5. Pathways of Out-of-Home Care in the NetherlandsMioara Zoutewelle-Terovan , Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI).

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