Publications


 

Conferences and presentations given by CPC staff

2015

Addo, F. Sassler, S., Evans, A., Lappegard, T., Perelli-Harris, B. and Styrc, M. (2015) Unpartnered at first birth: Mid-Life physical and mental health for women in cross-national comparison. SLLS 2015 Conference "Life Courses in Cross-National Comparison: Similarities and Differences", Dublin, Ireland, 18-21 October 2015.*

Arrondel, L., Calvo Pardo, H. and Tas, D. (2015) Subjective Return Expectations, Information and Stock Market Participation: Evidence from France. Conference on Behavioral Aspects of Macroeconomics and Finance, House of Finance, Frankfurt am Main, 10-11 September 2015.

Bell, D. (2015) Ageing and Demographic Change. Invited talk, Morningside Justice and Peace Group, Edinburgh, 21 January 2015.*

Bell, D. (2015) Discussion of costs of long-term care. Invited presentation, Scottish Quality Care Commission, 2 February 2015.*

Bell, D. (2015) The Scottish housing market, demographic change and additional powers for the Scottish Parliament. Policy lecture, Chartered Institute of Housing, 17 February 2015.*

Bell, D. (2015) The future of work. Invited talk, Scottish Finance Directors Group, 9 March 2015.*

Bell, D. (2015) The economics of long-term care. Public Policy lecture, University of Edinburgh, 17 March 2015.*

Bell, D. (2015) Devolution - tax/benefits modelling for Scotland. Introduction to Understanding Society, Edinburgh, 23 March 2015.*

Bell, D. (2015) Scotland's changing fiscal framework through the prism of Understanding Society. Understanding Society Scientific Conference 2015, University of Essex, 21-23 July 2015.*

Bell, D. (2015) HAGIS - An overview of the benefits of linked health and social care data. Healthy Ageing in Scotland (HAGIS) Launch, Royal Society of Edinburgh, 24 July 2015.*

Bell, D. (2015) Inequality – what can the government do? Public lecture for the Morningside Justice and Peace Group, The Open Door, Edinburgh, 7 October 2015.*

Bell, D. and Currie, A. (2015) The demographic timebomb. CIH Scotland annual housing conference and exhibition 2015SECC, Glasgow, 10-12 March 2015.*

Berrington, A. (2015) Economic precariousness and young adults’ housing transitions in the UK. Deconstructing Generation Rent: Young People’s Housing Options and Future WelfareUniversity of Sheffield, 13 February 2015.

Berrington, A. (2015) “Did I forget to have children?” Understanding the postponement of childbearing and childlessness from a Life Course Perspective. CLS Cohort Studies Research Conference 2015, Institute of Education, University of London, 16-17 March 2015.

Berrington, A. (2015) “Did I forget to have children?” Understanding the Postponement of Childbearing and Childlessness from a Life Course Perspective. BSA Conference 2015: Societies in Transition: Progression or Regression? Glasgow Caledonian University, 15-17April 2015.

Berrington, A. (2015) Young Adults, Economic Precariousness and Housing. Llakes Conference: The crisis for contemporary youth-opportunities and civic values in comparative, longitudinal and inter-generational perspective,School of Oriental and African Studies, London, 4-5 June 2015.

Berrington, A. (2015) Young Adults, Economic Precariousness and Housing. Workshop on UK Population Change and Housing across the LifecourseUniversity of St Andrews, 16-17 June 2015.

Berrington, A. (2015) Educational Aspirations among UK Young Teenagers: Exploring the role of gender, class and ethnicity. A one-day symposium on: Ethnicity and educational inequality: The role of aspirations, University of Bristol, 19 August 2015.

Berrington, A. (2015) Commitment and the changing sequence of cohabitation, childbearing, and marriage. The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing seminar series, Oxford, 5 October 2015.

Berrington, A. (2015) The role of commitment and the changing sequence of marriage, cohabitation and childbearing in the UK. LSE Population Seminar, London School of Economics, 25 November 2015.

Berrington, A. and Simpson, L. (2015) Household composition and housing need. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Berrington, A. and Stone, J. (2015) Perceived income adequacy, the transition to parenthood and parity progression in the UK.Understanding Society Scientific Conference 2015University of Essex, 21-23 July 2015.

Berrington, A., Stone, J. and Beaujouan, E. (2015) Squeezing childbearing into the life course? Childbearing following postponement to later ages in Britain. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.

Bijak, J. (2015) Design of Experiments and Sensitivity Analysis, Guest lecture at the Short course on the introduction to agent-based modelling in population sciences, Catholic University of Leuven, 4-5 June 2015.*

Bijak, J. (2015) The BiH conflict in numbers: Focus on the Srebrenica massacre. Guest lecture at the Master Class on Law, History, Politics and Society in the Context of Mass Atrocities, organised by the Geoffrey Nice Foundation, Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik, 6-7 July 2015.*

Bijak, J. (2015) Numbers in Court: Demographic Evidence in War-Crimes Trials.  MPC Seminar Series – Special Event, Minnesota Population Center, Minneapolis, 18 August 2015.

Bijak, J. (2015) Methods for Forecasting Migration: Evaluation and Policy Implications. Conference of the Migration Statistics User Forum, Home Office HQ, London, 15 September 2015.

Bijak, J. (2015) Agent-based modelling in demography: Epistemological and methodological challenges. Süßmilch Lecture. Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, 26 October 2015.

Bijak, J., Alberts, I., Alho, J., Bryant, J., Buettner, T., Falkingham, J., Forster, J.J., Gerland, P., Keilman, N., King, T., O’Hagan, A., Onorante, L., Owens, D., Raftery, A.E., ŠevĨíková, H. and Smith, P.W.F. (2015) Uncertain Population Forecasting. A Case for Practical Uses. New Techniques and Technologies for Statistics (NTTS) conference, Brussels, 10-12 March 2015.

Bijak, J. and Lubman, S. (2015) The Disputed Numbers: In search for the demographic basis for studies of Armenian population losses, 1915–1923. The Armenian Genocide Legacy 100 Years OnThe Hague, The Netherlands, 6-7 March 2015.*

Bowes, A., Dawson, A., Greasley-Adams, C, and McCabe, L. (2015) Good practice in the design of residential environments for people living with dementia and sight loss: an evidence-based resource. Visual Impairment and Dementia Summit, London, 24 February 2015.*

Bowes, A., Dawson, A., Greasley-Adams, C., Murray, S., Bell, D. and Rutherford, A. (2015) Unpaid care for older people: a study of carers time use. 44th Annual BSG Conference 2015, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1-6 July 2015.

Bowes, A., Dawson, A., Greasley-Adams, C. and McCabe, L. (2015) Design of homes and living spaces for people with sight loss and dementia. 44th Annual BSG Conference 2015, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1-6 July 2015.*

Bowes, A., Dawson, A., McCabe, L., Polson, J. and Theakstone, D. (2015) Sight loss, dementia and meaningful activity: A literature review. 44th Annual BSG Conference 2015, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1-6 July 2015.*

Bridgen, P. (2015) The Unexpected Rise of the State in Liberal Pension Systems. The Evolution of Social Protection: China and Europe compared, University of Southampton, 26-27 November 2015.*

Bridgen, P. and Meyer, T. (2015) Will Current Intra-EU Migrants Return Home on Retirement? Evidence from the Experience of Earlier Waves of Migrants from Southern to Northern Europe. 2015 CES Conference, Paris, 8-10 July 2015.

Calvo Pardo, H. (2015) Subjective Return Expectations, Information and Stock Market Participation: Evidence from France. Econometric Society 2015 World Congress, Montreal, Canada, 17-21 August 2015.

Chihaya, G. and Styrc, M. (2015) The Impact of Family Size on Educational Attainment in Cross-Country Comparative Perspective. Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015, San Diego, 30 April - 2 May 2015.*

Chung, P.H., Spijker, J. and MacInnes, J. (2015) Time-to-Death Patterns in Markers of Age and Dependency.Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015, San Diego, 30 April - 2 May 2015.*

Di Giorgio, G., Fiori, F., Rinesi, F. and Spizzichino, D. (2015) Job uncertainty and psychological discomfort before and during economic recession:  a gender analysis on Italian youth population. AISP Italian Association for Population Studies Conference, Palermo, Italy, 4-6 February 2015.*

Ernsten, A. (2015) Fertility intentions in Scotland: gender differences, social attitudes and family formation. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.

Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J., Gomez-Leon, M. and Vlachantoni, A. (2015) Dynamics of Social Care and Paid Work in Mid-Life. Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015, San Diego, 30 April - 2 May 2015.

Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J., Gomez-Leon, M. and Vlachantoni, A. (2015) Reciprocity between adult children and older parents over the lifecourse. 44th Annual BSG Conference 2015, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1-6 July 2015.

Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J., Feng, Z. and Vlachantoni, A. (2015) Ethnic inequalities in health in later life. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J., Vlachantoni, A. and Gomez-Leon, M. (2015) Dynamics of care and work in mid-life. Ageing Britain BSPS-BSA Policy Forum, The British Academy, London, 15 July 2015.

Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J., Vlachantoni, A. and Robards, J. (2015) Informal caring in England and Wales – stability and transition between 2001 and 2011     . Ageing Britain BSPS-BSA Policy Forum, The British Academy, London, 15 July 2015.*

Falkingham, J. (2015) 7 Billion and counting: Global population change in the 21st century and the implications for energy demand. RENKEI Spring School, University of Southampton, 22-29 March 2015.

Falkingham, J. (2015) Key note lecture. XII Conference of Young Demographers, Poznan, Poland, 23-24 June 2015.

Falkingham, J. (2015) Who cares? Balancing work and care of parents in mid-life. Time for Two – Population Europe Tandem Talk, Brussels Office of the Max Planck Society, Brussels, 9 December 2015.

Falkingham, J., Evandrou, M., Maslovskaya, O., Robards, J. and Vlachantoni, A. (2015) Moves into residential care and sheltered housing in later life? Workshop on UK Population Change and Housing across the Lifecourse, University of St Andrews, 16-17 June 2015.

Falkingham, J., Evandrou, M., Robards, J. and Vlachantoni, A. (2015) The prevalence of informal care and its association with health: longitudinal research using census data for England and Wales. 2015 Census Applications Conference, University of Manchester, 16-17 July 2015.*

Falkingham, J., McGowan, T., West, G. and Edel, A. (2015) Engaging the layman with demographic research; lessons from a case study of an interactive exhibition. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.

Feng, Z. (2015) NEETs in Scotland: a longitudinal analysis of long-term health effects of the NEET experience.Understanding Society Scientific Conference 2015, University of Essex, 21-23 July 2015.*

Feng, Z. (2015) NEETs in Scotland: a longitudinal analysis of long-term health effects of the NEET experience. UK Longitudinal Studies Roadshow – Aberdeen, Linklater Rooms, Aberdeen, 26 October 2015.*

Findlay, A. (2015) Introduction to the UK Census LSs and how they can be used. UK Census-based Longitudinal Studies Roadshow – Bristol, The Junction, Engine Shed, Bristol, 10 November 2015.*

Findlay, A., Packwood, H. and King, R. (2015) Does the marketization of higher education shape the gender and class composition of international student mobility to the UK? IGU Regional Conference 2015, Moscow, Russia, 16-21 August 2015.

Findlay, A., Packwood, H. and McCollum, D. (2015) Fees, flows and fantasies: cross-border student migration flows between Scotland and England. 8th International Conference on Population Geographies, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 30 June to 3 July 2015.

Fiori, F., Graham, E. and Feng, Z. (2015) The impact of household changes on residential mobility and housing adjustments at older ages in Scotland. Workshop on UK Population Change and Housing across the Lifecourse, University of St Andrews, 16-17 June 2015.

Forster, J. (2015) Practical Bayesian model averaging: Producing the English Life Table. Seminar, University of Amsterdam, 7 September 2015.

Forster, J., Dodd, E., Smith, P.W. and Bijak, J. (2015) Smoothing Mortality Data by Bayesian Model Averaging; Producing the English Life Table. Society of Actuaries 50th Actuarial Research Conference, Toronto, 5-8 August 2015.

Galezewska, P., Perelli-Harris, B. and Berrington, A. (2015) Cross-national variation in repartnering across Europe and in the US: The role of individual demographic characteristics. International Seminar on Union Breakdown and Repartnering Around the World, Centre Urbanisation Culture Societe, Montreal, Canada, 4-6 May 2015.*

Gomez Leon, M. (2015) Life Expectancy Disparities in Cuba, 1987-2007. Latin American Studies Seminar Series,University of Southampton, 11 February 2015.*

Graham, E. (2015) Inequalities in young adults' access to home-ownership in Scotland: a widening gap? UK Longitudinal Studies Roadshow – Glasgow, Glasgow, 28 October 2015.*

Graham, E., Fiori, F. and Feng, Z. (2015) Household changes and housing consumption at older ages in Scotland: a comparison of two decades. AISP Italian Association for Population Studies Conference, Palermo, Italy, 4-6 February 2015.

Graham, E., Fiori, F. and Feng, Z. (2015) Social inequalities and changing transitions to home ownership among young adults in Scotland over two decades. Workshop on UK Population Change and Housing across the Lifecourse, University of St Andrews, 16-17 June 2015.

Graham, E., Fiori, F. and Feng, Z. (2015) Recent housing transitions among young adults in Scotland: home-ownership and the widening of socio-economic disadvantage. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.

Gray, J., Bijak, J. and Bullock, S. (2015) The risky business of asking for help: an agent-based model of unmet need. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Gray, J., Hilton, J. and Bijak, J. (2015) Choosing the choice: Reflections on modelling decisions and behaviour in agent-based models. The science of choice: How to model the decision-making process, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, 29 October 2015.*

Greasley-Adams, C. and Dawson, A. (2015) Dementia-friendly communities through a social movement lens. 44th Annual BSG Conference 2015, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1 July 2015.*

Holland, J. and De Valk, H. (2015) How Does Cohabitation Fit into the Family Life Course? Norms and Ideals in Europe.Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015, San Diego, 30 April-2 May 2015.*

Hilton, J. and Bijak, J. (2015) Statistical analysis of an agent-based model of inter-generational fertility patterns using Gaussian process Emulators. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Kamanda, A., Bijak, J. and Padmadas, S. (2015) The importance of forced migration as a driver of population change during war: a case study of Sierra Leone, 1191-2002. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Kuang, B., Perelli-Harris, B. and Padmadas, S. (2015) Emerging patterns of union formation in the Philippines. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Lappegard, T., Addo, F., Evans, A., Perelli-Harris, B., Sassler, S. and Styrc, M. (2015) Consequences of childbearing within cohabitation for parents' mid-life health.SLLS 2015 Conference "Life Courses in Cross-National Comparison: Similarities and Differences", Dublin, Ireland, 18-21 October 2015.*

McCabe, L., Bowes, A. and Dawson, A. (2015) Remodem: support of people with dementia in remote areas. 44th Annual BSG Conference 2015, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1-6 July 2015.*

McCollum, D. (2015) Residential mobility and the lifecourse: evidence of de-standardisation? 8th International Conference on Population Geographies, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 30 June to 3 July 2015.

McCollum, D. and Findlay, A. (2015) ‘Flexible’ workers for ‘flexible’ jobs? The influence of recruitment agency and employer practices on the function of migrant labour in the UK. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2015,University of Exeter, 1-4 September 2015.

McGhee, D. and Pietka-Nykaza, E. (2015) Poles and the Scottish Independence Referendum: denizens’ perspectives. BSA Conference 2015: Societies in Transition: Progression or Regression? Glasgow Caledonian University, 15-17April 2015.

Mejia-Pailles, G., Hosegood, V. and Berrington, A. (2015) Exploring Factors Associated with Completeness of Parental Survival Data in a Longitudinal Surveillance System in Rural South Africa. Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015, San Diego, 30 April - 2 May 2015.*

Mejia-Pailles, G., Hosegood, V. and Berrington, A. (2015) Estimating Orphaning Prevalence and Incidence before and after Antiretroviral Treatment (ART) Roll-Out in Rural South Africa, 2000-2013. Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015, San Diego, 30 April - 2 May 2015.*

Meyer, T. (2015) Architecture of a sustainable future system of retirement. Annual Conference of the Association of Occupational Pensions, Hotel Maritime Berlin, 7-8 May 2015.

Meyer, T. (2015) Pensions. Social Cohesion Days, Reggio Emilia, Italy, 4-6 June 2015.*

Meyer, T. (2015) The Unexpected Rise of the State in Liberal Pension Systems.The Evolution of Social Protection: China and Europe compared, University of Southampton, 26-27 November 2015.*

Neal, S. and Hosegood, V. (2015) Reporting of early adolescent reproductive and sexual health events: how reliable are Demographic and Household Survey data? 7th African Population conference, Johannesburg, 30 November-4 December 2015.*

Packwood, H., Findlay, A., McCollum, D. and Nightingale, G. (2015) Inside the International Office: marketing mobile lives, managing student expectations and mediating change in Higher EducationAssociation of American Geographers Annual Meeting 2015, Chicago, Illinois, 21-25 April 2015. 

Panos, G. and Wright, R. (2015) Financial Literacy and Attitudes towards Immigration. ESPE Annual Conference 2015, Izmir, Turkey, 17-20 June 2015.*

Papoutsaki, D. (2015) The problem with “immigration street”: debunking the myths. ESRC Festival of Social Sciences 2015, University of Southampton, 11 November 2015.

Pedley, B., Hosegood, V. and McGrath, N. (2015) The school-to-work transition in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. 7th African Population conference, Johannesburg, 30 November 2015-4 December 2015.*

Perelli-Harris, B. (2015) Understanding diversity in partnership formation across Europe. 110th ASA Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, 22-25 August 2015.*

Perelli-Harris, B. (2015) Focus on Partnerships: Discourses on cohabitation and marriage throughout Europe and Australia. Oxford Institute of Population Ageing Seminar Series, University of Oxford, 26 November 2015.*

Perelli-Harris, B., Evans, A., Addo, F., Lappegard, T., Sassler, S. and Styrc, M. (2015) Comparing the consequences of cohabitation and marriage in mid-life: are the effects similar across countries? SLLS 2015 Conference "Life Courses in Cross-National Comparison: Similarities and Differences", Dublin, Ireland, 18-21 October 2015.*

Perelli-Harris, B., Galezewska, P., Sanchez Gassen, N., Berrington, A. and Holland, J. (2015) The Link between the divorce revolution and the cohabitation boom. Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015, San Diego, 30 April-2 May 2015.*

Perelli-Harris, B., Galezewska, P., Sanchez Gassen, N., Berrington, A. and Holland, J. (2015) The Link between the divorce revolution and the cohabitation boom. International Seminar on Union Breakdown and Repartnering Around the World, Centre Urbanisation Culture Societe, Montreal, Canada, 4-6 May 2015.*

Perelli-Harris, B., Sanchez Gassen, N., Berrington, A., Galezewska, P. and Holland, J. (2015) The link between the divorce revolution and the cohabitation boom. 3rd GGP User Conference, Vienna, 30 November-1 December 2015.*

Perelli-Harris, B. and Styrc, M. (2015) Do relationships make you happy? Investigating union formation and positive mental health in Great Britain. CLS Cohort Studies Research Conference 2015, Institute of Education, University of London, 16-17 March 2015.*

Perelli-Harris, B. and Styrc, M. (2015) The link between partnership and mental well-being: When cohabitation is common, does marriage still matter? 110th ASA Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, 22-25 August 2015.*

Qin, M., Padmadas, S. and Falkingham, J. (2015) Transition to second and third birth: role of family planning policy and women’s education in China. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Reniers, G., Lieber, J., Herbst, K., Calvert, C., Hosegood, V. and Zaba, B. (2015) Mortality in HIV-negative adults in Kwazulu-Natal: trends, causes and gender differences. 7th African Population conference, Johannesburg, 30 November-4 December 2015.*

Reniers, G., Martin-Onraet, A., Herbst, K., Calvert, C., Slaymaker, E. and Hosegood, V. (2015) Age and cause decomposition of adult life expectancy changes following the introduction of antiretroviral therapy in Kwazulu-Natal (2000-2013). 7th African Population conference, Johannesburg, 30 November-4 December 2015.*

Robards, J. and Berrington, A. (2015) Estimating the fertility of immigrants before and after migration to England and Wales.2015 Census Applications Conference, University of Manchester, 16-17 July 2015.

Sabater, A. (2015) Upward Transfers in Europe.European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) within the Intergenerational Solidarity Initiative (ISCH COST Action IS1311), University of Keele, 13 May 2015.*

Sabater, A., Graham, E. and MacInnes, J. (2015) Socio-economic development and emerging sub-national geographies of fertility: the case of Spain. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Simpson, L. and Berrington, A. (2015) Household composition and housing need. Changing Families and households BSPS-BSA Policy Forum, The British Academy, London, 14 July 2015.*

Stone, J. (2015) Gender, Turning Points and Boomerangs: Returning Home in Young Adulthood in Great Britain. Changing Mobilities and the Fluid Lifecourse of Young Adults seminar eventThe Dome, New Register House, Edinburgh, 4 March 2015.

Stone, J. and Berrington, A. (2015) Financial Stress, Economic Uncertainty and Transitions to First and Second Birth.Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015, San Diego, 30 April - 2 May 2015.

Stone, J. and Berrington, A. (2015) Does perceived income adequacy matter for family formation? The role of subjective economic uncertainty for the transition to first and second births in the UK. BSA Conference 2015: Societies in Transition: Progression or Regression? Glasgow Caledonian University, 15-17April 2015.

Stone, J. and Berrington, A. (2015) Does perceived income adequacy matter for family formation? The role of subjective economic uncertainty for the transition to first and second births in the UK. SLLS 2015 Conference "Life Courses in Cross-National Comparison: Similarities and Differences"Dublin, Ireland, 18-21 October 2015.

Stone, J., Berrington, A. and Beaujouan, E. (2015) What Are the Consequences of Fertility Postponement for Women’s Completed Family Size? Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015, San Diego, 30 April - 2 May 2015.

Styrc, M. (2015) Impact of changes in union formation and dissolution on fertility. XII Conference of Young Demographers, Poznan, Poland, 23-24 June 2015.*

Styrc, M. (2015) When cohabitation is common, does marriage still matter? INED seminar, L'Ined, salle Sauvy, Paris, 23 November 2015.*

Styrc, M. and Perelli-Harris, B. (2015) Union formation and mental well-being: Does marriage matter when cohabitation is common? XII Conference of Young Demographers, Poznan, Poland, 23-24 June 2015.*

Styrc, M. and Perelli-Harris, B. (2015) The link between partnership and mental well-being: When cohabitation is common, does marriage still matter?. SLLS 2015 Conference "Life Courses in Cross-National Comparison: Similarities and Differences", Dublin, Ireland, 18-21 October 2015.*

Styrc, M., Perelli-Harris, B., Evans, A., Lappegard, T., Addo, F. and Sassler, S. (2015) Union formation and mid-life well-being: is cohabitation as good as marriage? BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Vitali, A. (2015) Who Brings Home the Bacon? The Influence of Context. Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2015, San Diego, 30 April - 2 May 2015.*

Vitali, A. and Mendola, D. (2015) The emergence of women as main earners in Europe. Giornate di Studio sulla Popolazione, Palermo, Italy, 4-6 February 2015.*

Vitali, A. and Serret, J. (2015) Understanding intermarriage from the native’s perspective: Spain and Italy compared.Giornate di Studio sulla Popolazione, Palermo, Italy, 4-6 February 2015.*

Vitali, A. and Testa, M.R. (2015) Partners' relative earnings and fertility intentions. BSPS Conference 2015University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Vitali, A. and Testa, M.R. (2015) Partners' relative earnings and fertility intentions. Conference on education and reproduction in low-fertility settings, 2-4 December 2015.*

Vlachantoni, A., Feng, Z., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2014) Pensions among ethnic elders in the UK. 44th Annual BSG Conference 2015, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1-6 July 2015.*

Vlachantoni, A., Feng, Z., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2015) Pension protection and ethnicity in the UK. Ageing Britain BSPS-BSA Policy Forum, The British Academy, London, 15 July 2015.*

Vlachantoni, A., Robards, J., Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2015) Health outcomes for informal carers in England and Wales: a longitudinal study using nationally representative census data for England and Wales. BSPS Conference 2015University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

Vuyiswa, D., Mejia-Pailles, G., Berrington, A. and Hosegood, V. (2015) Trying harder to reach ‘hard-to-reach’ parents in surveys: collecting data about and from parents who do not co-reside with their children in rural South Africa. 7th African Population Conference, Pretoria, South Africa, 30 November-4 December 2015.*

Wahba, J. (2015) International Migration: Driver of political and social change? School of Economics seminar series, University of Kent, 2 December 2015.

Wahba, J., Tuccio, M. and Hamdouch, B. (2015) International Migration: Driver of political and social change? Paris School of Economics Seminar Series, Paris School of Economics, 17 December 2016.

Willis, R., Pathak, P., Khambita, P. and Evandrou, M. (2015) Staff perspectives on the impact of cultural and language differences on social care work. 44th Annual BSG Conference 2015, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1-6 July 2015.*

Wisniowski, A., Bijak, J. and Forster, J.J. (2015) From Bayesian Forecasts to Decisions. Joint Statisticcal Meetings 2015, Seattle, 8 August 2015.

Wisniowski, A., Raymer, J., Bijak, J., Forster, J.J. and Smith, P.W. (2015) Forecasting age patterns of interregional migration. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.

Wright, R.E. (2015) Financial Literacy and Public Attitudes in Great Britain. Brownbag Seminar, Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 26 February 2015.*

Wright, R.E. (2015) OLG-CGE Models and Demographic Research. Academy of Finland Meeting: CGE Modelling for Policy Analysis, University of Helsinki Ruralia Institute, Seinajoki, Finland, 17-18 March 2015.*

Wright, R.E. (2015) Financial Literacy and Public Attitudes in Great Britain. Royal Economics Society Annual Conference, University of Manchester, 30 March-1 April 2015.*

Wright, R.E. (2015) The Seeds of Financial Literacy.Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference, Perth, 13-15 April 2015.*

Wright, R.E. (2015) The Political Economy of Financial Literacy. Department of Economics invited lecture, Helm Schmidt University, Hamburg, 1 July 2015.*

Wright, R.E. (2015) Why is the Relationship Between Ageing, Cognition and Financial Literacy Important? Healthy Ageing in Scotland (HAGIS) Launch, Royal Society of Edinburgh, 24 July 2015.*

Wright, R.E. (2015) Financial Literacy and the Political Economy of Referendums. Department of Economic Studies Seminar, University of Dundee, 21 October 2015.*

Wright, R.E. (2015) Cognition and Financial Literacy amongst Older People: Emerging Research Issues. Trinity College Lecture, Trinity College Dublin, 1 December 2015.*

Wright, R.E. (2015) Why is the relationship between Ageing, Cognition and Financial Literacy Important? Early Insights from British and Irish Data. Healthy Ageing In Scotland (HAGIS) Conference, Royal Society of Edinburgh, 24 July 2015.*

Wright, R.E. and Panos, G. (2015) Financial Literacy and Public Attitudes in Great Britain. Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference, Perth, 13-15 April 2015.*

Xiong, Q. and Wisniowski, A. (2015) Active Ageing and Policy implications in China. Building an evidence base for active ageing policies: Active Ageing Index and its potentialBrussels, 16 April 2015.*

Zaidi, A. (2015) An index for Active aging. Long live the active!? A critical perspective on active ageingUniversity of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, 23 March 2015.

Zaidi, A. (2015) Analytical paper on AAI trends. Building an evidence base for active ageing policies: Active Ageing Index and its potentialBrussels, 16 April 2015.*

Zaidi, A. (2015) Key note speech. Active, Healthy Ageing in the EU: Transforming Care, Growing the Silver Economy,Brussels, 21 April 2015.*

Zaidi, A. (2015) Active Ageing Index: A legacy of the 2012 European year for active ageing and solidarity between generations.  International Healthy Ageing Congress, Proczynski Gallery, Warsaw, 24-25 September 2015.*

Zaidi, A. (2015) Active Ageing Index, A legacy of the 2012 European year for active ageing and solidarity between generations. Horizons for Comparative and Integrative Research on Ageing and Health, Aula Medica, Stockholm, 7 October 2015.*

Zaidi, A (2015) Active Ageing Index: A Tool to Measure and Monitor Potential of Older People Across European Countries. 10th Conference “Social Monitoring and Reporting in Europe”, German-Italian Centre for European Excellence, Milan, 26-28 October 2015.*

Zaidi A (2015) Global AgeWatch Index: Measuring wellbeing of older people across the World. 4th International Workshop on the Socio-Economics of Ageing, Lisbon, 30 October 2015.*

Zincenko, Bijak, J. and Ezard, T. (2015) The impact of immigration on long-term and transient population dynamics: case study of Germany. BSPS Conference 2015, University of Leeds, 7-9 September 2015.*

*Presentations by CPC members, not directly arising from CPC award.