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vendredi 29 juin 2018 , 09h00 - 18h00 :  INED, Salle Sauvy

133, Bd Davout 75020 Paris


Journée d’études "USING EU-SILC FOR DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS IN EUROPE"

Cette journée d’étude est organisée par l’unité de recherches démographie économique.
Comité d’organisation :
Aurélien Dasré (UPN/GTM-Cresppa/INED)
Angela Greulich (Paris I/CES/INED)
Les présentations seront exclusivement en anglais. Si vous souhaitez y participer, merci de remplir le formulaire en ligne ici :
https://eu-islc.site.ined.fr/en/

PROGRAM

Summary
The European Union Statistics of Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC) is a unique data source, due to its’ country coverage, the large set of socio-economic variables it provides and the possibility to merge household members. EU-SILC is not specifically designed to study demographic issues, but is becoming increasingly popular for demographic analysis. This conference aims to present different ways to use the EU-SILC to study fertility, marriage, and other aspects of demographic interest. The first part of the conference will be focused on the presentation of the dataset and on the quality of demographic measures. The second part will present demographic research based on EU-SILC.
9h00-9h30 : Registration, Welcome Breakfast
9h30-9h45 : Opening by Magda TOMASINI (INED)
9H45-12H00 : EU-SILC : INTRODUCTION, QUALITY, POSSIBILITIES
9h45-10h15 : A. GREULICH (Paris I/CES/INED),
EU-SILC presentation
10h15-10h45 : P. LAMARCHE (Insee),
The French SILC module SRCV : harmonization and integration issues
10h45-11h : Coffee break
11h00-11h30 : M. IACOVOU (University of Cambridge),
Using EU-SILC data for cross-national analysis : strengths, problems and recommendations
11h30-12h00 : A. DASRÉ (UPN/GTM-CRESPPA/INED),
Fertility Analysis with EU-SILC : A Quantification of Measurement Bias
12h00- 13h00 : Lunch break (Buffet)
13H00- 17H00 : USING EU-SILC FOR DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS IN EUROPE
13h00-13h30 : M. RENDALL (University of Maryland, USA),
Employment Impacts on Entry to Parenthood in Different Family-Policy Regimes
13h30-14h00 : M. KLESMENT (Talinn University),
Cross-country analysis of second births using EU-SILC data
14h00-14h30 : I. GIORGETTI (Marche Polytechnic University),
Job Instability and Fertility during the Economic Recession : EU Countries
14h30- 15h00 : C. PRONZATO (University of Turin),
Fertility decisions and alternative types of childcare
Coffee break 15h00-15h30
15h30-16h00 : A. GREULICH (Paris I/CES/INED),
The later, the more ? An analysis of the link between
the timing and the intensity of births

16h00-16h30 : N. NITSCHE (Wittgenstein Centre/VID),
Partners’ Educational Pairings and Fertility across Europe
16H30-17H00 : A. MATYSIAK (Wittgenstein Centre/VID),
Fatherhood premium in the comparative European perspective
17H00-17h30 : P. BAIZAN (Pompeu Fabra University),
Welfare regime patterns in the social class-fertility relationship :
second births in France, Italy, Norway and United Kingdom

17h30-18h : Conclusion by Louis-André VALLET (Sciences Po Paris/ OSC)

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  • Journée d’études "USING EU-SILC FOR DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS IN EUROPE"

    PROGRAM

    Summary
    The European Union Statistics of Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC) is a unique data source, due to its’ country coverage, the large set of socio-economic variables it provides and the possibility to merge household members. EU-SILC is not specifically designed to study demographic issues, but is becoming increasingly popular for demographic analysis. This conference aims to present different ways to use the EU-SILC to study fertility, marriage, and other aspects of demographic interest. The first part of the conference will be focused on the presentation of the dataset and on the quality of demographic measures. The second part will present demographic research based on EU-SILC.
    9h00-9h30 : Registration, Welcome Breakfast
    9h30-9h45 : Opening by Magda TOMASINI (INED)
    9H45-12H00 : EU-SILC : INTRODUCTION, QUALITY, POSSIBILITIES
    9h45-10h15 : A. GREULICH (Paris I/CES/INED),
    EU-SILC presentation
    10h15-10h45 : P. LAMARCHE (Insee),
    The French SILC module SRCV : harmonization and integration issues
    10h45-11h : Coffee break
    11h00-11h30 : M. IACOVOU (University of Cambridge),
    Using EU-SILC data for cross-national analysis : strengths, problems and recommendations
    11h30-12h00 : A. DASRÉ (UPN/GTM-CRESPPA/INED),
    Fertility Analysis with EU-SILC : A Quantification of Measurement Bias
    12h00- 13h00 : Lunch break (Buffet)
    13H00- 17H00 : USING EU-SILC FOR DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS IN EUROPE
    13h00-13h30 : M. RENDALL (University of Maryland, USA),
    Employment Impacts on Entry to Parenthood in Different Family-Policy Regimes
    13h30-14h00 : M. KLESMENT (Talinn University),
    Cross-country analysis of second births using EU-SILC data
    14h00-14h30 : I. GIORGETTI (Marche Polytechnic University),
    Job Instability and Fertility during the Economic Recession : EU Countries
    14h30- 15h00 : C. PRONZATO (University of Turin),
    Fertility decisions and alternative types of childcare
    Coffee break 15h00-15h30
    15h30-16h00 : A. GREULICH (Paris I/CES/INED),
    The later, the more ? An analysis of the link between
    the timing and the intensity of births

    16h00-16h30 : N. NITSCHE (Wittgenstein Centre/VID),
    Partners’ Educational Pairings and Fertility across Europe
    16H30-17H00 : A. MATYSIAK (Wittgenstein Centre/VID),
    Fatherhood premium in the comparative European perspective
    17H00-17h30 : P. BAIZAN (Pompeu Fabra University),
    Welfare regime patterns in the social class-fertility relationship :
    second births in France, Italy, Norway and United Kingdom

    17h30-18h : Conclusion by Louis-André VALLET (Sciences Po Paris/ OSC)
    Registration required at : www.ined.fr



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