Wednesday 22 September

09:00

WELCOME


09:30

SESSION 1

Population dynamics and the Digital Revolution
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Overview – Emilio Zagheni (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock)
Chair – Francesco Rampazzo

Ridhi Kashyap (University of Oxford), “The digital revolution and gender equality: perspectives from digital demography”
Mirkka Danielsbacka (University of Turku), “Meeting online and family-related outcomes”
Niklas Sievers (IOM – UN Migration), “Harnessing data innovation for migration policy: a practitioners’ perspective”


11:30

FLASH TALK SESSION 1

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Rachele Brocco, “Methodological aspects of Own Children Method applied to the Italian Labour Force Survey (ISTAT) for the period 2012-2020”
Sofie Claerhout, “To connect the present with the past: The genetics behind our ancestry revealed by the human Y-chromosome”
Maria Castiglioni, “The geography of secularization and reproductive behaviour. Continuity and change in a Catholic setting (North-Eastern Italy, 1946-2008)”
Juliana Jaramillo-Echeverri, “The effects of geography and education on fertility behaviour: the case of Colombia in 1973”
Maria Francesca Morabito, “Media Narratives of the Economy and Fertility”
Marta Pasqualini, “Family Dissolution Process and Children Smoking Behaviour: What has lit the cigarette?”
Morena Tartari, “New methods to improve the study of family futures”
Daniele Vallotto, “Comparison of Venice friendship network between 18th and 19th century: a marital acts analysis”
Marco Viano, “The society of Venice during the 18th century: an analysis of marriage certificates using Bayesian models for social networks”


14:00

SESSION 2

New data and results in paleodemography (organised with Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche, Geografiche e dell’Antichità, University of Padova)
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Overview – Isabelle Séguy (Institut national d’études démographiques, Paris)
Chair – Gianpiero Dalla Zuanna

Irene Barbiera (University of Padova), “Standard life tables for western and southern europe from antiquity to the black death”
Jörg Baten (University of Tubingen), “Pandemics, population decline and human welfare: a multidimensional approach”
Fabio Saggioro (University of Verona), “Hidden past, micro-history and processes: man and environment from an archaeological point of view”


16:00

FLASH TALK SESSION 2

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Davide Agnoletto, “A mortality model using Bayesian non parametrics”
Emanuele Aliverti, “Dynamic modeling of mortality via mixtures of skewed distribution functions”
Ariel Karlinski, “The World Mortality Dataset: Tracking excess mortality across countries during the COVID-19 pandemic”
Alessandro Feraldi, “Analisi dei contributi per età e cause di morte alla differenza di genere nell’aspettativa di vita attraverso l’analisi dei dati funzionali”
Sirio Legramanti, “Baysian learning and forecasting of age-specific period mortality via locally adaptive B-spline processes”
Tiziana Leone, “Biometric and biomarkers in Low and Middle Income Countries”
Andrea Nigri, “Leveraging deep neural networks to estimate age specific mortality from life expectancy at birth”
Omer Ozan Evkaya, “Nonparametric Bayesian approach for mortality curve modelling”
Eric Schneider, “The effect of nutritional status on historical infectuous disease morbidity: Evidence from the London fundling hospital, 1892-1919”
Marco Stefanucci, “Analyzing Cause Specific Mortality Trends using Compositional Functional Data Analysis”


Thursday 23 September

09:00

SESSION 3

Low fertility is not a destiny. Trends, determinants and policies (organised with Assindustria Venetocentro Padova-Treviso)
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Overview – Tomáš Sobotka (Vienna Institute of Demography, Wien)
Chair – Maria Letizia Tanturri

Maria Cristina Piovesana (Vice President Confindustria) and Giuseppe Milan (DG Assindustria Venetocentro), “How the private sector can help families, contrasting low fertility”
Letizia Mencarini (Bocconi University), “The gender of gender equality: implications for fertility”
Luciano Malfer (Autonomous Province of Trento), The pro-family policies in the Autonomous Province of Trento (Italy)


11:00

FLASH TALK SESSION 3

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Carolina Coimbra Viera, “The Role of Migration in Shaping Cultural Proximity across Countries: Evidence from Facebook Data on National Cuisines”
Nicoletta D’Angelo, “Spatio-Temporal Linear Network Point Processes for GPS Data Analysis”
Tom Emery, “Constructing a network of the whole population using registry data”
Jisu Kim, “Home and destination attachment: study of cultural integration on Twitter”
Ryohei Mogi, “Alternative approaches to estimate area-specific population growth rate using mobile spatial data in Japan and its applications to political science”
Emmanuel Olamijuwon, “Sexual health promotion in the digital age”
Danny Paganin, “Statistics in the football analytics: a hierarchical model for the probability of scoring a goal”
Gusta Wachter, “Homogamy and Convergence Theory Revised: The Dissolution of Cohabiting Unions among Second-Generation Carribeans”
Xinyi Zhao, “The interplay between scholarly migration, gender, career stages, and citations: evidence on German-affiliated researchers from 8 million Scopus publications”


13:30

SESSION 4

Life-course long term effects of childhood: selection and scarring effects
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Overview – Luciana Quaranta (University of Lund)
Chair – Manuela Scioni

Alessandra Minello (University of Padova), “Mortality selection in the past: the case of XIX century Veneto”
Maria Sironi (University College London), “Fertility histories and chronic conditions later in life in Europe”
Viola Angelini (University of Groningen), “Using siblings for the study of early-life economic determinants of type-2 diabetes”


15:30

SESSION 5

Inequalities in health, longevity and healthy longevity
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Overview – Inaki Permanyer (Center for Demographic Studies – CED, UAB)
Chair – Margherita Silan

Stefano Campostrini (University of Venice), “Health inequalities in Italy: The causes of the causes”
Jiaxin Shi (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock), “Inequalities in retirement lifespan in the contemporary united states”
Virginia Zarulli (University of Southern Denmark), “Healthy longevity inequality: first insights from the global burden of disease”


17:30

KEYNOTE SESSION

The long history of inequalities
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Chair – Stefano Mazzuco
Michael Marmot (University College London)
Guido Alfani (Bocconi University)


Friday 24 September

09:00

SESSION 6

Genetic data for interpreting demographic and social behavior
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Overview – Melinda Mills (University of Oxford)
Chair – Mariangela Guidolin

Nicola Barban (University of Bologna), “Using genomics to understand ethnic background and common ancestry among couples”
Andrea Ganna (University of Helsinki), “Genetic of same-sex behaviour”
Harald Ringbauer (Harvard University), “Inferring Demography from Ancient Genomes: Promises and Challenges”


11:00

SESSION 7

Uncertainty and life courses
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Overview – Fausta Ongaro (University of Padova)
Chair – Silvia Meggiolaro

Daniele Vignoli (University of Firenze), “Italy’s lowest-low fertility in the time of uncertainty”
Livia Murinko (Hungarian Demographic Research Institute), “Marital intentions and realization around the great recession”
Anne Solaz (Institut national d’études démographiques, Paris), “Uncertainty in the life course caused by divorce at later age”


12:30

FINAL GREETINGS AND FLASH TALK AWARDS

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