27-29 April 2017 - CPC colleagues were delighted to present nine research titles at the Population Association of America (PAA) Annual Meeting.
The Population Association of America (PAA) is a nonprofit, scientific, professional organisation established to promote the improvement, advancement and progress of the human race through research of problems related to human population.
CPC contributed the following to this meeting:
27 April 2017
Changes in Partners' Relative Incomes and the Gender Revolution, Dr Agnese Vitali et al.
Economic Dependency and Cohabiting Couples' Union Transitions, Dr Jennifer A. Holland, Dr Agnese Vitali
Redundancy and the Great Depression in the Metropolitan Region of Barcelona: Philanthropic Records as a New Source for the Study of Poverty, Juan Galeano, Albert Sabater, Andreu Domingo.
28 April 2017
Timing of Abortions, Births, and Union Dissolutions in Finland, Dr Heini Väisänen et al.
Do early life conditions explain differences in subjective well-being between marriage and cohabitation? A comparison between Australia, the UK, Germany, and Norway, Stefanie Hoherz, Brienna Perelli-Harris et al.
Parental Work Hour Demands and 'Quality Time' with Children, Stefanie Hoherz et al.
"Your World Revolves Around Your Children… a Husband Is Secondary" Exploring How Non-Marital Fertility and Pro-Natalist Values Shape Fertility Transition in the Philippines, Bernice Kuang, Brienna Perelli-Harris et al.
Parental Support and Transition to Second Birth in a Low-Fertility Setting: The Case of Andalusia in Spain, Albert Sabater, et al.
29 April 2017
Partnership Status and the Wage Premium in the U.S., UK, Germany, and Norway: What Explains Differentials Between Married and Cohabiting Adults?, Fenaba Addo, Brienna Perelli-Harris et al.
Further details about the meeting can be found by viewing the PAA programme.
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