Welcome to the annual Lund Population Day on 20 October 2022. The keynote will be held by Professor Douglas Massey, Princeton University. The topic: “Trends, Causes, and Consequences of Segregation in the United States”. This will be followed by shorter presentations and sessions by Lund University researchers working on population issues.
Date: 20 October 2022. 10:15–17:00.
Venue: Eden (Department of Political Science) in Lund. Map.
Organisers: Center for Economic Demography and Lund University Population Research Platform
Attendance is free of charge.
The last day to register is 10 October.
Chair: Jonas Björk
Maria Stanfors (EKH): Female independence and the risk of divorce. Evidence
from Sweden, 1947-2015.
Jan Mewes (SOC): Welfare state design and generalized trust in 30 European
14.00-15.15 (Flash talks)
Chair: Martin Dribe
Louise Cormack (EKH): Life-long effects of incremental economic resources
in childhood: the introduction of the first Swedish
child allowance in 1938.
Anna Linder (MED): Earlier grading in schools and mental health.
Anna Tegunimataka (EKH): Female unemployment and child poverty among
immigrants in Denmark.
Alexander Saaranen (SOC): Stability and change in social trust during the pandemic:
Longitudinal evidence from Switzerland.
Elien Dalman (EKH): The impact of social class and surname status.
Intergenerational persistence in Sweden 1865-2015.
Giedre Gefenaite (MED): A nationwide Swedish register-based study to identify the
links between housing, relocation and active and healthy
ageing in 55 years old and older adults between 1987 and
15.15-15.45 Coffee och Q&A flash talks
Chair: Johan Sandberg
Petra Thiemann (NEK): School density and inequality in student achievement
Björn Eriksson (EKH): Socioeconomic status and adult life expectancy before the
modern welfare state: New evidence from 19th and 20th
century death registers and census data.