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PAA Chicago. Contributions of our DemoSoc colleagues

PAA Chicago. Contributions of our DemoSoc colleagues


The 2017 PAA Conference held in Chicago is coming soon and we would like to share with you all the contributions of our DemoSoc colleagues who will attend the conference.


Please find below their sessions, we have added Prof. John Palmer's contributions.

  • Bruno Arpino

Immigrants’ Gender Role Attitudes Toward Women’s Employment in Europe: A New Approach to Studying Assimilation. 

Léa Pessin, Pennsylvania State University; Bruno Arpino, Universitat Pompeu Fabra


  • Pau Baizan

How international migration impacts fertility in the origin country? The role of social capital abroad


Birth Transitions of Chinese Natives and Migrants to the United States Under One-Child Policy

Co-author: Wanli Nie


When Are Migrant Networks Important? A Comparison of the Role of Networks in Mexico-United States(MMP) and Senegal-Europe (MAFE) Migration Flows

Co-author: Lisa Kraus


  • Daniel Ciganda

Modeling the Decline and Recuperation of Period Fertility: An Agent-Based Approach


  • Alessandro Di Nallo


More Varied and Turbulent? How Life-Course Trajectories of British Men and Women Changed Over Four Cohorts​


  • Lesia Nedoluzkho 

Assortative Mating in a Transitional Society: Correlates and Implications of Tribal Homogamy in Kyrgyzstan 


  • John Palmer

Presentation: The Hitchhiking Tiger: Direct Evidence of Aedes albopictus Dispersal by Car.

Co-author for presentation by Alicia Adsera: Does Migrant Selection Vary With the Generosity of Social, Economic, and Political Rights Across the OECD?

Discussant for session: Infectious Diseases and Population Dynamics. 


  • Luize Ratniece

The Cohorts of Convergence? Danish Women and the Changing Paradigm of Women’s Labour Market Participation



27.III The Cohorts of Revolution and Stagnation: USA Women and the Changing Paradigm of Women’s Labour Market Participation


  • Aïda Solé Auró

Disability and Economic Hardship: A Double Challenge for European Women? Friday 28th, Salon A-2, 8:30 am. 

Co-authors: Emmanuelle Cambois, Jean-Marie Robine


  • WanLi  Nie

Fertility of Chinese International Migrants and Non-Migrants During China's One Child Policy Period. Thursday, April 27, 2017: 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM, Hilton, Salon A-5

Co-author: Pau Baizan


Bride to Go, on the Way, Back at Home: Chinese Internal and International Migration. Friday, April 28, 2017: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM, Hilton, Private Dining Room #2


The Implications of Demographic Change for Asian Marriage Markets, 2000–2050. Thursday, April 27, 2017: 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM, Hilton, Williford C

Co-authors: Albert Esteve, Joan Garcia Roman, Ridhi Kashyap, Fukuda Setsuya, Yen-hsin Alice Cheng, Hyun Ok Lee. 



Enjoy PAA!