Poster Session Fertility, Family and the Life Course

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1. Educational Pairings and Marriage Behavior in the Turkish ContextTaylan Acar , Bogaziçi University.

2. Contextual Determinants of Wanted Fertility among Adolescents in Selected Countries in SsaOlufemi Adetutu , Obafemi Awolowo University.

3. New Evidence of the Motherhood Penalty in French Academia: The Fertility of Women and Men in the Doctoral and Post-Doctoral YearsMathieu Arbogast , CEMS (EHESS) & CRESPPA-GTM (U. Paris Nanterre) & EFIGIES association.

4. Factors Associated with the Fertility of Internal Migrants in UgandaPaulino Ariho , Kyambogo University; Abel Nzabona, Makerere university.

5. The Effects of Polygamy and Prohibition of Women's Remarriage on the Net Reproduction Rate: 1600-1900Kwangryeol Baek , The Academy of Korean Studies; Keong suk Park, Seoul National University; Gyeongjin Lee, SUNGKYUNKWAN UNIVERSITY; Heejin Park, Kyungpook National University.

6. The Roots of Europe’s Population. Demography, Workforce, and Family in Early Medieval Provence (AD 813-814)Irene Barbiera , University of padova; Maria Castiglioni, Università di Padova; Gianpiero Dalla Zuanna, Università di Padova.

7. The Convergence of Work and Family: The Relationship between Working at Home, Children, and Gender.Hilary Barker , Brown University.

8. Socio-Demographic Factors Associated with Early Sexual Experience among South African Female YouthOlolade O. J. Baruwa , North West University; Acheampong Y. Amoateng, North-West.

9. Changing Gender Gaps in the Timing of Partnership Formation in Sub-Saharan AfricaEwa Batyra , University of Pennsylvania; Hans-Peter Kohler, University of Pennsylvania; Frank Furstenberg, University of Pennsylvania.

10. The “Retreat from Marriage” Eastern European Way: Educational Gradient in Transition from Cohabitation to Marriage in Lithuania and BelarusMare Baublyte , Vytautas Magnus university; Ausra Maslauskaite, Vytautas Magnus University.

11. Relationship between Economic Development and Age-Specific Fertility Rates in the European UnionTomislav Belic , Catholic University of Croatia; Hrvoje Stefancic, Catholic University of Croatia; Roko Misetic, Catholic University of Croatia.

12. Social Network-Based Measurement of Abortion Incidence: Promising Findings from Population-Based Surveys in Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, and Rajasthan, IndiaSuzanne Bell , Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Mridula Shankar, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Elizabeth F. Omoluabi, Centre for Research Evaluation Resources and Development (CRERD); Anoop Khanna, Indian Institute of Health Management (IIHMR); Andoh Kouakou Hyacinthe, Programme National de Santé de la Mère et de l'Enfant; Funmilola OlaOlorun, University of Ibadan; Danish Ahmed, Indian Institute of Health Management (IIHMR); Georges Guiella, Université de Ouagadougou; Saifuddin Ahmed, Johns Hopkins University; Caroline Moreau, INSERM/INED and Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

13. Effects of Policy on Fertility: A Systematic Review of (Quasi)ExperimentsJanna Bergsvik , Statistics Norway; Agnes Fauske, Department of Health and Inequality, Norwegian Institute of Public Health; Rannveig K. Hart, Department of Health and Inequality, Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

14. Intergenerational Transmission of Divorce in Sweden, 1902-2015Martin Bergvall , Centre for Economic Demography-Economic History Lund University; Maria Stanfors, Lund University.

15. Geographical and Socioeconomic Inequalities in Adolescent Pregnancy and Motherhood in India: A Spatial Modelling Approach to Micro-Regional AnalysisPravat Bhandari , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

16. A Non-Traditional Alliance for Addressing Health Equity, Well-Being and Social Needs of FamiliesPiotr Bialowolski , Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Dorota Weziak-Bialowolska, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Eileen McNeely, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

17. Hindu-Muslim Differentials in Fertility and Contraceptive Use: A Study in Major Indian StatesMohai Menul Biswas , International Institute for Population Sciences; Perianayagam Arokiasamy, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

18. Employment Uncertainty and Family Formation over the Life CourseDanilo Bolano , University of Lausanne; Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence.

19. Knowledge and Factors Associated with Modern Contraceptive Use among Young Women in West African CountriesObasanjo Bolarinwa , Obafemi Awolowo University.

20. Household Partition in a North Indian Village 1958-2009Floriane Bolazzi , Università degli Studi di Milano; Marco Fregoni, Università degli Studi di Milano.

21. Employment Arrangements in Mixed Couples: Is an Egalitarian Arrangement More or Less Likely when a Native Is Married to a Migrant?Mirko Braack , University of Rostock; Nadja Milewski, Universität Rostock.

22. Risking Divorce from the End of the 19th Century to NowadaysSandra Bree , CNRS, LARHRA; Jean-François Mignot, OSC-Sciences Po and Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques (INSEE).

23. The End of a European Exception? The First Signs of a Durable Decline in French FertilityDidier Breton, Université de Strasbourg and Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); John Tomkinson , Université de Strasbourg.

24. Social Norms of Bridewealth - a Systematic Analysis of the Impact of Polygyny and Social-Economic ConditionsChristoph Buehler, Leibniz Universität Hannover; Andreas Diekmann , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH).

25. Expectations and Reality of ChildbearingMarion Burkimsher , Independent Researcher and Université de Lausanne.

26. The End of “Catholic” Sexuality?Marcantonio Caltabiano , Università di Messina; Gianpiero Dalla Zuanna, Università di Padova.

27. Life Satisfaction among Married and Divorced Men and Women in ItalyMaria Gabriella Campolo , Università di Messina; Antonio Di Pino, Università di Messina.

28. Re-Partnering of Resident Single Parents and Non-Resident ParentsKlara Capkova , Stockholm University.

29. The Role of Domestic Migration on Fertility Rates in the Global SouthAndrés Castro , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Mathias Lerch, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

30. Determinants of Subjective Well-Being among Older Marriages in PolandMilena Chelchowska , Warsaw School of Economy.

31. Partnership Quality, Conflicts and Intentions to Break up in RussiaElena Churilova , National Research University Higher School of Economics; Sergei V. Zakharov, National Research University Higher School of Economics.

32. The Limits to Fertility RecuperationDaniel Ciganda , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Nicolas Todd, MPIDR.

33. The Spillovers between Joint Family and Work Trajectories and Multidimensional WellbeingChiara Ludovica Comolli , University of Lausanne; Laura Bernardi, Université de Lausanne; Marieke Voorspostel, University of Lausanne.

34. Less First Births but Faster as Age at Union Formation Increases in FranceMarie-Caroline Compans , Institut national d'études démographiques; Eva Beaujouan, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU).

35. Mating Market and Educational Assortative Mating in a Life Course PerspectiveGiulia Corti, University of Trento; Stefani Scherer , University of Trento.

36. Are the Birth Dates of Our Ancestors Real? Registration of False Birth Dates in 20th Century PolandJacek Cypryjanski , University of Szczecin; Marta Hozer-Kocmiel, University of Szczecin.

37. Postponement and Recuperation of First Marriage of Chinese WomenJingyi Dan , Xi’an Jiaotong University; Quanbao Jiang, Xi'an Jiaotong University.

38. Preventing Adolescent Births: Delaying versus Spacing in Mexico City’s Public Abortion ProgramBlair G. Darney , Oregon Health & Science University; Evelyn Fuentes-Rivera; Biani Saavedra, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE); Patricio Sanhueza, Ministry of Health, Mexico; Raffaela Schiavon, Ipas.

39. Having Children in the Italian Regions: The Role of the Territorial Well-BeingAlessandra De Rose , Sapienza Università di Roma; Filomena Racioppi, Sapienza Università di Roma; Mariarita Sebastiani, Sapienza University of Rome.

40. Relationship between Life-Course Events: Marriage, Fertility and Moving Intentions in Central and Eastern EuropeVytenis Juozas Deimantas , Bocconi University.

41. Causal Factors of Childlessness in SpainAlberto del Rey Poveda , Universidad de Salamanca; Mikolaj Stanek, Universidad de Salamanca; Rafael Grande, Universidad de Málaga; Jesús García-Gómez, University of Salamanca.

42. The Spatial Diffusion of Non-Marital Cohabitation in Belgium since 1991Yoann Doignon , Université Catholique de Louvain; Thierry Eggerickx, Université Catholique de Louvain; Ester L. Rizzi, Université Catholique de Louvain.

43. How Economic Uncertainty Shapes the Formulation of Fertility Intentions: Evidence from a Cross-National Experimental ApproachLars Dommermuth , Statistics Norway; Trude Lappegard, University of Oslo; Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence; Alessandra Minello, University of Florence; Camilla Matera, University of Florence; Axel Peter Kristensen, University of Oslo.

44. Childless by Chance or by Choice? An Insight with in-Depth InterviewsAnnalisa Donno, Università di Padova; Maria-Letizia Tanturri, Università di Padova; Giulia Zanini , Queen Mary University.

45. Low Fertility, Unborn Children: A 'Hidden Cost' of Social Mobility for Roma College Graduate Women in Hungary?Judit Durst , University College London; Fanni Dés, Centre for Social Sciences.

46. Role of Quality of Care in the Sterilization Regret among Women from 1992-2016 in IndiaLaxmi Kant Dwivedi , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Anjali Bansal, IIPS.

47. Pathways to a Good Life? Multiple Social Roles in Early Adulthood and Later Mental Health in Different Labor Market ContextsMiriam Engels, Institute of Medical Sociology, Medical Faculty, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf; Christian Deindl , Heinrich-Heine University Duesseldorf; Morten Wahrendorf, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf.

48. Attitudes and Practice of Abortion in Iran: The Role of ReligiosityAmir Erfani , Nipissing University.

49. Spanish Fertility: How Low Can It Go?Albert Esteve-Palos , Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), Universitat de Barcelona; Ryohei Mogi, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), Universitat de Barcelona; Diederik Boertien, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED); Mariona Lozano, CED, Centre for Demographic Studies.

50. Gender Differences in the Link between Education and Fertility in AustraliaAnn Evans , Australian National University; Edith E. Gray, Australian National University.

51. Rape and Sexual Coercion, Age at Sexual Initiation and Age-Differences between Partners among Women in ColombiaTheresa M. Fedor , University of Houston.

52. Welfare Regimes and Fertility in Second UnionsMariana Fernández Soto , Programa de Población, Udelar; Ana Laura Fostik, Statistics Canada; Benoit Laplante, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS).

53. Union Instability and Fertility: An International PerspectiveAna Laura Fostik , Statistics Canada; Mariana Fernández Soto, Programa de Población, Udelar; Fernando Ruiz-Vallejo; Daniel Ciganda, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

54. Abortion Mobilities: Travel and Transport as Reproductive Activism in Latin AmericaCordelia Freeman , University of Exeter.

55. The Influence of Parental Divorce on Children's Life-Course in JapanNobutaka Fukuda , Tohoku University.

56. What Does the Welfare State Really Do? The Government in the System of Inter-Age ReallocationsRobert I. Gal, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Marton Medgyesi , TARKI, Social Research Instiute and Centre for Social Sciences; Pieter Vanhuysse, University of Southern Denmark.

57. Only University Is Enough? Sixty Years of Adolescent Fertility and Schooling Expansion in Latin America and the CaribbeanAnn Garbett ; Sarah Neal, University of Southampton; Nikos Tzavidis, University of Southampton; Angela Luna Hernandez, University of Southampton.

58. Gender Gaps in Child and Adolescent Daily Activities: A Cross-National ComparisonJuan Garcia Roman , Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), Universitat de Barcelona; Pablo Gracia, Trinity College Dublin; Tomi Oinas, University of Jyväskylä; Timo Anttilla, University of Jyväskylä.

59. Fluctuations in the Fertility of Immigrant Women in Spain over Four Categories of Descendants. Is There an Intergenerational Convergence with the Fertility of Native Women?Jesús García-Gómez , University of Salamanca; Alberto del Rey Poveda, Universidad de Salamanca; Mikolaj Stanek, Universidad de Salamanca; Rafael Grande, Universidad de Málaga.

60. Health and Quality of Life of Transnational Families in SwitzerlandRoxane Gerber , University of Geneva; Laura Ravazzini, University of Neuchatel.

61. Interpersonal Violence as a Legacy of Historical Family Systems.Inés Gil Torras , European University Institute.

62. The Effect of the Liberalization of the Sale of Emergency Contraception on the Reproductive Behavior of Italian WomenAnna Giraldo , Università di Padova; Gianpiero Dalla Zuanna, Università di Padova; Marzia Loghi, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT).

63. Internet and the Postponement of Age Deadlines for ChildbearingAlice Goisis , University College London; Francesco Billari, Bocconi University.

64. When Men Become Upset. Economic Upheaval and Relationship Conflict in Comparative PerspectiveMaría José González, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Clara Cortina , Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Maike Van Damme, Pompeu Fabra University.

65. Recent Marriage and Childbearing Trends in CroatiaVera Graovac Matassi , University of Zadar.

66. Retrospective Reproductive Concerns among Women with ChildrenArthur Greil , Alfred University; Julia McQuillan, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Kathleen S. Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University; Nicholas Park, Galivan University; Michele Lowry, Alfred University; Andrea Burch, Alfred University.

67. Union Formation and Dissolution among Disabled Men in the Stockholm Birth Cohort Multigenerational StudyAlessandra Grotta , Karolinska Institutet; Robin Högnäs, Stockholm University.

68. The Gender Gap Reversal in Educational Attainment and Age Differences in Marital and Non-Marital Unions across EuropeAndre Grow, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Jan Van Bavel , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.

69. Impact of Change in Value Orientation on Fertility TendencyMohammad Haddadi , PhD Student of Demography, University of Tehran; Farzad Ghorbani, University of Tehran.

70. Living Arrangements of Middle-Aged and Older People in Estonia under Societal Change: Findings from Four Censuses 1979–2011Anne Herm , Tallinn University; Liili Abuladze, Tallinn University; Michel Poulain, Tallinn University and Université Catholique de Louvain; Allan Puur, Tallinn University.

71. Associations between Household Income, Parental Education and Adolescents Study Time in Japan between 1996 and 2006Ekaterina Hertog , University of Oxford; Shohei Yoda, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research; Takehiko Kariya, University of Oxford.

72. What Are the Costs of Dissonance? The Antecedents and Consequences of Adult Children Having Dissimilar Ties to Biological Parents and StepparentsMaaike Hornstra , University of Amsterdam; Matthijs Kalmijn, University of Amsterdam; Katya Ivanova, Tilburg University.

73. Does Birth Control Improve Economic Growth in Developing Countries?Kaixing Huang , Nankai university.

74. Informal Caregiving across the Gendered Life Course for Recent U.S. CohortsErin Ice , University of Michigan.

75. Who Was My Godfather? Social Status of a Born Child and Its Godparents in the 19th Centuries in the Czech LandsBarbora Janakova Kuprova , Charles University.

76. My Son, My Moon: Son Preference and Demand for Male Child in PakistanRashid Javed , Pau Business School; Mazhar Mughal, Pau Business School.

77. Estimate of China’s Sex-Selective AbortionsQuanbao Jiang, Xi'an Jiaotong University; Li Mei .

78. Modern Family – Adoptees in the 21st CenturyTomas Johansson , Statistics Sweden.

79. The Usefulness of Describing Childbirths from Different Perspectives – Some Example from a Hungarian Birth Cohort StudyBalázs Kapitány , Hungarian Demographic Research Institute.

80. Autonomy among Muslim Women and Its Effect on the Use of Family Planning and Fertility: A Study of Lucknow City, Uttar Pradesh, IndiaNavaid Ali Khan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); R. Nagarajan , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

81. Political Orientation and Fertility in Turkey: Evidence from World Values Survey, 1989-2014Ismet Koc , Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies; Melike Saraç, Hacettepe University.

82. The Impact of Assisted Reproduction on Fertility Trends in the Czech RepublicJirina Kocourková , Charles University in Prague; Boris Burcin, Charles University in Prague; Anna Stastna, Charles University, Prague; Ludek Šídlo, Charles University, Prague.

83. Women’s Work Histories and Couple Retirement in GermanyLaura Konzelmann , Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB).

84. Unemployment and Fertility Behavior in Times of Increased Economic UncertaintyAxel Peter Kristensen , University of Oslo; Trude Lappegard, University of Oslo.

85. Analyzing the Risk of Non-Live Births among Women since Last One Decade in IndiaShubham Kumar; Rupam Bharti , Consultant.

86. Larc Use among Women Aged 15-24 in KenyaWambui Kungu , National Council for Population and Development.

87. Third Demographic Transition in Europe? An Answer Based on Current Demographic ConditionsGiampaolo Lanzieri , European Commission, Eurostat.

88. A Life Course Perspective of Personality Traits and FertilityMarco Le Moglie , Università Bocconi; Letizia Mencarini, Università Bocconi; Raffaella Piccarreta, Bocconi University.

89. Assessing the Effect of Mortgage Loan and Housing Condition on Reproductive Outcomes with Use of Propensity Score Matching.Mikolaj Lewicki , University of Warsaw; Krzysztof Tymicki, Warsaw School of Economics.

90. Does the Timing of Divorce and Widowhood Affect Economic and Emotional Outcomes? The Case of Older Adults in IsraelAlisa C. Lewin , University of Haifa; Haya Stier, Tel Aviv University.

91. Rethinking Female-Headed Households in India: Diversity of Household Structure, Contrasting Socioeconomic Status.Thomas Licart , Université de Strasbourg.

92. The Division of Housework and Re-Partnering in Europe: Does Re-Partnering Lead to a More Equal Division of Domestic Tasks?Mariona Lozano , CED, Centre for Demographic Studies; Juan Garcia Roman, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), Universitat de Barcelona.

93. Changing Partnership Dynamics and Childlessness in FinlandRobert Lynch , University of Turku; Marika Jalovaara, University of Turku.

94. Population Negative Momentum under Low Fertility in ChinaZhuoyan Mao , Capital University of Economics and Bussiness; Baochang Gu, Renmin University of China.

95. The Market vs. Unpaid Home Production. Inter-Generational Transfers of Production and Consumption in PolandMarta Marszalek , Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics.

96. Childcare in Lithuania and Belarus: How Gendered Is Parenting in Eastern European Countries?Ausra Maslauskaite , Vytautas Magnus University; Anja Steinbach, University of Duisburg-Essen.

97. Love in the Face of Violence: Understanding the Motivations for Remaining in Union and Coping Strategies Adopted by Victims of Intimate Partner Violence in Eswatini.Thembie Matsenjwa , University Of Eswatini; Dr Garikayi Chemhaka , Lecturer; Emmanuel Olamijuwon, University of Eswatini.

98. Labour Uncertainty: Becoming a Father in Spain. Evidences from the 2018 Spanish National Fertility SurveyStanislao Mazzoni , Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Diego Ramiro, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).

99. Is Perceived Inability to Procreate Associated with Life Satisfaction? Assessing Associations by Gender, Age and ParityJulia McQuillan, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Jasmin Passet-Wittig , Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany; Arthur Greil, Alfred University; Martin Bujard, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB).

100. Male Fertility in Latin America: Changing Fertility, Changing NuptialityMatheus Menezes dos Santos , Cedeplar, UFMG; Laura R. Wong, Cedeplar, UFMG.

101. Try for the First?! Analysis of Partnership First-Parity Fertility in Spain, 1999-2019Pau Miret , Centre d'Estudis Demogràfics; Elena Vidal-Coso, Université de Genève.

102. Millennials as Parents-Multilevel Analysis of Predictors of Entry into ParenthoodNatalija Miric , University of Belgrade.

103. The Models of the Transition to Adulthood in RussiaEkaterina S. Mitrofanova , National Research University Higher School of Economics.

104. Early Female Marriage and Sex Differentials in Child Healthcare and NutritionMazhar Mughal , Pau Business School; Rashid Javed, Pau Business School; Charlotte Fontan Sers, Pau Business School.

105. Son Preference: A Reason for Slow Fertility Transition in Pakistan? Exploring Duration Model of Birth IntervalsSyeda Naz , Penn State.

106. Do Social Media Affect How We Spend Our Time in Offline Social Relations? Evidence of Demographic Differentials from Time Use DataDaniela Veronica Negraia , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Emilio Zagheni, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

107. Competing Care Burdens and Fertility: Are Extended Care Needs Reducing the Number of Children?Tomass Nielsen , Tallinn University; Martin Klesment, Tallinn University.

108. Fertility in Finland in the Coming DecadesJessica Nisén , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Julia Hellstrand, University of Helsinki; Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki; Mikko Myrskylä, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

109. Modern Contraception among Sexually Active Unmarried Adolescents Aged 15-19 Years in NigeriaOlaide Ojoniyi , University of the Western Cape.

110. Previous Marriage Outcomes and Fertility Intentions among Re-Married Women in NigeriaOlugbenga Olaseinde , Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko; Olufunke Aruna, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko.

111. Cross-Country Differences in the Transition to the Third ChildRalina Panova , Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB).

112. Fertility Decline among Young Adults in the Belgian Regions, 2010-2017Edwin Pelfrene , Statistics Flanders, Government of Flanders; Martine Corijn, Statistics Flanders, Government of Flanders; Jan Pickery, Statistics Flanders, Government of Flanders; Ingrid Schockaert, Statistics Flanders, Government of Flanders.

113. Does Temporary Employment Affect Fertility? New Evidence from the Italian Labour Market ReformsLuca Pieroni , University of Perugia; Donatella Lanari, University of Perugia; Giorgio d'Agostino, University Rome III.

114. Religiosity, Political Orientation and Attitudes toward Abortion among University Students in CanadaLeandra Pilon , Nipissing University; Amir Erfani, Nipissing University.

115. Impact of Changes Related to Living Arrangements on the Mortality of Older Adults: Belgium 1991-2012Michel Poulain , Tallinn University and Université Catholique de Louvain; Anne Herm, Tallinn University.

116. Educational Advantage and Earnings Lead? Assortative Mating and Spousal Pay GapZhenchao Qian , Brown University; Yifan Shen, Brown University.

117. The Second Pregnancy Interval and It’s Determinants in Tehran CityHajiieh Bibi Razeghi Nasrabad , National Population Studies and Comprehensive Management Institute; Meimanat Hosseini Chavoshi, Australian National University; Mohammad J. Abbasi-Shavazi, University of Tehran and Australian National University.

118. The Changing Educational Gradient and Family Life in Europe and the North-AmericaDavid Sven Reher , Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Miguel Requena, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED); Glenn Sandström, Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR), Umeå University; Mojgan Padyab, Umeå University.

119. Changes in the Stability of Cohabitation in Mexico. Do New Patterns Emerge?Justo Rojas Lopez , El Colegio de México.

120. Risk Factors of Primary Infertility among Women in Bangladesh: A Study through Multilevel Poisson RegressionTapan Kumar Roy , Deparment of Population Science & Human Resource Development, University of Rajshahi.

121. Where Do Children Live and for How Long? The Sustainability of the Parenting-Time Schemes in the Post-Divorce Era in SpainFernando Ruiz-Vallejo ; Marc Ajenjo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

122. The Impact of Locational Nearness to Grandmothers(-in-Law) on the Transition to Second Births: Evidence from Andalusia, SpainAlbert Sabater , University of Girona; Elspeth Graham, University of St Andrews; Francisco Viciana, Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalusia; Diego Ramiro, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).

123. Entering Reproductive Life in India: Analysis of the Occurrence and Timing of the First Child's Arrival in Relation to Socio-Economic FactorsRojin Sadeghi , University of Geneva.

124. Evolution and Determinants of Second Birth Interval in Asia and Latin AmericaHarihar Sahoo, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Ignacio Pardo , Programa de Población, Uruguay.

125. The Effect of Fertility on the Evolution of the Post-Reproductive Sex RatioGiambattista Salinari , Università degli Studi di Sassari; Cristina Giuliani, University of Bologna; Marco Breschi, Università degli Studi di Sassari; Virginia Zarulli, University of Southern Denmark - Interdisciplinary Center on Population Dynamics; Claudio Franceschi, University of Bologna; Gustavo De Santis, Università di Firenze.

126. Parents-Adolescents’ Communication on Sex: Which Role on the Age at the First Sexual Intercourse of Young People?Silvana Salvini , University of Florence.

127. Diffusion of Family Size Preferences and Acceptability of Contraceptive Use between Migrants and Non-Migrants in Rural SenegalJohn Sandberg , The George Washington University; Véronique Deslauriers, Université de Montréal; Yacine Boujija, Université de Montréal; Valerie Delaunay; Laetitia Douillot, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD); Simona Bignami, Université de Montréal.

128. Educational Hypogamy in IndiaKoyel Sarkar , Université Catholique de Louvain.

129. Risk of Parental Death across the Life CourseZachary Scherer, U.S. Census Bureau; Edward Berchick , U.S. Census Bureau; Rose M. Kreider, U.S. Census Bureau.

130. Mothers’ Earnings Trajectories after Divorce in Sweden and GermanySarah Schmauk , Hertie School; Anna-Karin Nylin, Stockholm University; Michaela Kreyenfeld, Hertie School of Governance; Ann-Zofie Duvander, Stockholm University.

131. The Demography of Australia's Same-Sex Marriage 'Pioneers': Results from the First Year of Marriage EqualityFiona Shalley , Charles Darwin University; Tom Wilson, The University of Melbourne.

132. Occurrence and Determining Factor of Pregnancy Termination (Spontaneous Abortion and Still Birth) in IndiaPriya Sharma , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Navaid Ali Khan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

133. Socioeconomic Differentials in Fertility in Korea: Period and Cohort AnalysisYoon-Jeong Shin , Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.

134. The Same-Sex Civil Unions in ItalyMaura Simone , Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Antonella Guarneri, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT).

135. Sex Ratio at Birth in India: New Evidence from NFHS-4Abhishek Singh , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Kaushalendra Kumar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Ajit Yadav, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); K. S. James, International Institute for Population Sciences; Lotus McDougal, University of California, San Diego; Yamini Atmavilas, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Anita Raj, University of California, San Diego.

136. Son Preference and Sex Composition of the Living Children: The Effect on Future Fertility Intention of Women in IndiaAradhana Singh , Jawaharlal Nehru University.

137. Family Planning and Unplanned Postponement of Second BirthsAnna Stastna , Charles University, Prague; Jitka Slabá, Charles University; Jirina Kocourková, Charles University in Prague.

138. The Rise of Hypogamy and Its Consequences for Family Life in AustriaNadia Steiber , Institute for Advanced Studies; Rudolf Winter-Ebmer, Department of Economics, University of Linz; Caroline Berghammer, University of Vienna and Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU).

139. It’s Getting Late Today, Please Do the Laundry – the Influence of Long-Distance Commuting on the Division of Domestic LaborAnna Stenpaß , Universität Hamburg; Stefanie A. Kley, Universität Hamburg.

140. The Reproductive Demography of SuicideMaximilian Stiefel , University of California, Santa Barbara.

141. The Effect of Gender (in)Equality in Household and Care Work on the Intentions to Move to the Second Child in SpainCristina Suero , Spanish National Research Council.

142. Childlessness and Educational Homogamy in Couples. A Cohort Analysis Using Census Data in HungaryLaura Szabó , Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Zsuzsanna Makay, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Zsolt Spéder, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute.

143. Sex and the Asian City: Low Sex Marriages in SingaporePoh Lin Tan , Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore.

144. Enrollment in Education and Timing of First Child in the NetherlandsSaskia te Riele , Statistics Netherlands.

145. Changing Ideal Family Size in Egypt: A Dynamic Analysis of the Young GenerationsMaria Rita Testa, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Elena Ambrosetti , University La Sapienza; Alessandra De Rose, Sapienza Università di Roma.

146. Education and Time Investment in Domestic and Parental Activities in Urban Areas of IranFatemeh Torabi , University of Tehran.

147. Couples’ Fertility Differentials by Education: Do Stepchildren Make a Difference?Laurent Toulemon , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Alessandra Trimarchi, Institut National d’Études Démographiques (INED).

148. Early Adulthood Social Capital and Biomarkers in Middle Life: Evidence from the 1958 British Birth Cohort.Stergiani Tsoli , Centre for Longitudinal Studies, University College London; Alice Sullivan, University College London; Daisy Fancourt, Behavioural Science and Health Institute of Epidemiology & Health, University College London; George Ploubidis, UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies.

149. The Transition to First Union in a Divided Partner Market: The Case of Two Ethnolinguistic Groups in FinlandCaroline Uggla ; Jan M. Saarela, Åbo Akademi University.

150. Migration for Co-Residence in Denmark: The Role of Family Ties and Family ComplexityRoselinde van der Wiel , University of Groningen; Lene Toelboell Blenstrup, Aalborg University.

151. Transition to Adulthood: The Case of Latvian Secondary School GraduatesZane Varpina , SSE Riga.

152. Who Chooses What - a Study of Partnership FormationEmese Vita , Sociology.

153. The Transition to Adulthood in Germany. Results of a Sequential Analysis with Data from the Pairfam Panel StudyElena von der Lippe , Robert Koch Institute; Felicitas Vogelgesang, Robert Koch Institute; Petra Rattay, Robert Koch Institute.

154. Temperature, Sexual Behavior, and the Internet: What Can We Learn from Google Searches?Joshua K. Wilde, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Wei Chen , Fordham University; Sophie Lohmann, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Zoe McLaren, University of Michigan.

155. The Role of Ethnicity within Sub-Saharan African's Fertility PatternsJet Wildeman , Radboud University; Jeroen Smits, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen; Sandor Schrijner, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen.

156. Understanding the Paradox between High Level of Contraceptive Use and High Fertility Rate in MalawiEunice M. Williams , University of Southampton; Sabu S. Padmadas, University of Southampton.

157. Simulating Family Life Courses: An Application for Italy, Great Britain, and ScandinaviaMaria Winkler-Dworak , Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Eva Beaujouan, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Paola DiGiulio, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Martin Spielauer, Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO).

158. Second Demographic Transition and Divorce in IndiaMonika Yadav ; Pooja Yadav, FRIENDS.

159. The Status of Family Resilience: Effects of Sustainable Livelihoods in Rural ChinaBo Yang , International Business School Shaanxi Normal University; Marcus W. Feldman, Stanford University; Shuzhuo Li, Xi'an Jiaotong University.

160. Children Composition and Next Birth- a Parity Progression AnalysisShucai Yang , The institute for population and development studies, Xi'an Jiaotong University; Quanbao Jiang, Xi'an Jiaotong University.

161. Gender-Role Attitudes of Immigrant and Native Children in Germany: The Role of EducationHakan Yücetas , University of Cologne; Sarah Carol, University College Dublin.

162. Birth Seasonality of China in 1960-2017: Steps toward a Convergence from a DivergenceCuiling Zhang, China Population and Development Research Center; Danyin Wang , China Population and Development Research Center; Xuying Zhang, China Population and Development Research Center; Xu Shuqiang, Asian Demographic Research Institute, Shanghai University.

163. Mothers' Nonstandard Working Hours, Economic Hardship, and Child WellbeingAfshin Zilanawala , University College London; Anika Schenck-Fontaine, Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories.

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