December 1, 2015
- Mauricio Avendano (LSE Health and Social Care), "The Long-term effects of economic recessions on health in older age: Evidence from European countries".
- Florence Jusot (Paris-Dauphine U.), Does a North-South gradient exist in the « healthy immigrant effect » in Europe ?
Time : 4:30 to 7:30
Location : INED (French Institute for Demographic Studies), Sauvy room, 1st floor
November 3, 2015
- Hosny Zoabi (The New Economics School, Moscow), "Women’s Liberation as a Financial Innovation"
- Thomas Baudin (Université Catholique de Louvain), "Development policies when accounting for the extensive margin of fertility"
October 6, 2015
- Michael Rendall (Maryland Population Research Center), "Resettlement and Wellbeing of New Orleans Residents after Hurricane Katrina"
- Julien Navaux (Paris School of Economics), "Inter-vivos transfers from parents to children: Do family and professional events matter?"
May 5, 2015 - Children
- Timothy Smeeding (U. of Wisconsin-Madison), "Gates, Gaps, and Inter-Generational Mobility (IGM): The Importance of an Even Start”
- Carole Bonnet (INED), Bertrand Garbinti (PSE-INSEE) and Anne Solaz (INED), "Do women really bear the cost of divorce? The role of child custody, public and private transfers"
March 10, 2015 - Population and labor issues during industrialization
- Oksana Leukhina (U. of Washington), Push, pull, and population size effects in structural development
- Victor Hiller (U. Paris-Est Créteil), The rise and fall of factory discipline: Control vs incentives in the course of industrialization
February 3, 2015 - Life expectancies
- Graziella Caselli (U. of Rome), Differential mortality and the design of the Italian system of public pensions
- Emmanuelle Cambois (INED), Analyse de l’évolution de l’espérance de vie sans incapacité en France : une approche multi-sources