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16 May 2019 - 17 May 2019
The sixth international pairfam User Conference will be held in Cologne on May 16th and 17th, 201 [...]
13 May 2019 - 14 May 2019
The Human Mortality Database Project team invites contributions to the 5th HMD Symposium. [...]
28 May 2019 - 30 May 2019
PopFest is an annual Population Studies conference organised by PhD students for [...]
Mon
May 13
The Human Mortality Database Project team invites contributions to the 5th HMD Symposium. The Symposium is devoted to demographic, epidemiologic, and public health research on mortality, longevity, and health across national and sub-national populations. The purpose of the Symposium is to present and promote research on mortality and survival. Analyses based on data from the Human Mortality Database (HMD) and the Human Life table Database (HLD) are particularly encouraged. [...]
Thu
May 16
Joint SHARE Germany and SHARE Netherlands User Workshop on the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) May 16th, 2019 Cologne, Germany Get connected with other SHARE data users and get deep insights into SHARE data! We invite students and researchers from Germany and the Netherlands interested in networking with other SHARE data users and learning how to get more out of the SHARE data to our workshop. [...]
Thu
May 16
The German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW) carries out application-oriented empirical research. Its work focuses on two main fields: research on higher education, including analyses of students’ and graduates’ experiences, issues relating to life-long learning, steering and funding, and research into the scientific world and academic organizations.  [...]
Thu
May 16
There is an ongoing discussion in the social sciences on the social and demographic consequences of international migration, both in respect to migrant minorities coming from outside Europe or originating from other European countries. The debate is not only related to processes of migration and ethnic-group formation or to changes in population(s) itself; it relates also to processes of family formation and fertility. [...]
Thu
May 16
The sixth international pairfam User Conference will be held in Cologne on May 16th and 17th, 2019. Submissions from national and international researchers from all disciplines on any topic utilizing data from the German Family Panel pairfam are accepted. The conference will be held in English. The goals of the pairfam User Conference are to provide both new and experienced researchers a forum in which to present preliminary results, receive comments and feedback from experienced pairfam data users and staff, and to facilitate future collaborations. [...]
Mon
May 20
This workshop aims to bring together researchers working on topics related to gender and family in the labor market. The goal is to create a regional platform for research on this topic. Submission is open to all researchers, but submissions of researchers from the CEE region are especially welcome. All aspects of gender and family-related issues in the labor market are of interest. The workshop will be followed by a mentoring event addressed to young researchers, helping them to define career goals and the steps needed to achieve them. [...]
Mon
May 20
The Hertie School of Governance in Berlin invites PhD students to participate in a workshop on ‘Varieties of Welfare Capitalism in Times of Socio-Economic Insecurity’, taking place on May 20-21, 2019. The established institutional configurations across varieties of welfare capitalism are increasingly coming under pressure by factors such as globalization, declining economic growth, dualization in the labour market, or digitalization. [...]
Tue
May 21
European welfare states have seen major transformations of their social security systems over the past decades. In addition to “old” risks such as unemployment and sickness, “new” social risks have emerged. Changing gender roles and family behaviour have furthermore reconfigured social risks along the gender lines. At the same time, retrenchment of public welfare provision has increased the risks of old-age poverty for future generations of retirees. [...]
Tue
May 28
PopFest is an annual Population Studies conference organised by PhD students for PhD students, with the aim to bring together researchers from different Social Science disciplines such as Demography, Human Geography, Social Statistics, Public Health, Social Policy, International Development, Sociology, Economics, Anthropology, Gender Studies, Urban and Landscape Planning, Politics and other related fields, with a focus on Population Studies. [...]
Wed
May 29
REVES is an international research network dedicated to promoting health expectancy as a critical metric of population health around the world. The REVES network was set up in 1989 by the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM, Montpellier), the Social Affairs Council, Quebec, Canada, and the Center for Demographic Studies, Durham, North Carolina, United States. [...]

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