Session 56
Kin Availability at Older Ages and Its Consequences on Health

Note: Due to the pandemic the original sessions have been cancelled.
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Chair: Allan Puur, Tallinn University

1. Is Having More Children Beneficial for Mothers’ Mental Health in Later Life? Causal Evidence from the National Health and Aging Trends StudyThijs van den Broek , Erasmus University Rotterdam.

2. Health Condition of Elderly in Europe: The Role of ChildrenChiara Bocci , University of Florence; Silvana Salvini, University of Florence.

3. Old-Age Trajectories of Life Satisfaction. Are Singlehood and Childlessness Greater Disadvantage at More Advanced Old Age?Malgorzata Mikucka , Mannheim University.

4. Kin Availability and the Risk of-, and the Prognosis after, a Hip Fracture. A Register Based Cohort Study of Elderly Swedes.Anna C. Meyer, Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska institutet; Terese Jørgensen, University of Copenhagen; Karin Modig , Karolinska Institutet.

5. It’s Time We Split: Determinants of Divorce in Later LifeCecilia Tomassini , Università degli Studi del Molise; Giammarco Alderotti, Sapienza University of Rome; Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence.

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