Midis de la recherche

Calendrier des Midis de la Recherche en Population et Développement 2018-2019

  • 2 octobre, Shah Md Atiqul Haq (DEMO/UCLouvain), Are fertility preferences related with the perception of risks of infant mortality, landholding and family type? A comparative study on vulnerable populations to extreme weather events in Bangladesh
  • 16 octobre, Pierre-Joseph Laurent (LAAP/UCLouvain), Amours pragmatiques : Familles, migrations et sexualité au Cap-Vert aujourd’hui
  • 30 octobre, Akansha Singh, Younga Kim (DEMO/UCLouvain), What Contributed to the Large Sex Differentials in Lifespan Variation and Life Expectancy in South Korea?
  • 13 novembre, Ashira Mensahe-Oren (DEMO/UCLouvain), Guy Stecklov (University of British Columbia & Hebrew University of Jerusalem-on leave), Age and sex compositional gaps across rural and urban populations
  • 16 novembre (attention horaire et local différents : 13h30-14h30 au L70) , David Shapiro (Pennsylvania State University), Frustrated Fertility Goals and Women’s Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • 20 novembre, Christine Schnor (DEMO/UCLouvain), Julia Mikolai (University St Andrews), Mothers' location continuity after separation in Belgium: immobility and return moves
  • 11 décembre, Lisa Van Landschoot (Interface Demography/VUB), Fertility among descendants of immigrants in Belgium: The role of the partner
  • 22 janvier, Alessandra Carioli (WorldPop, University of Southampton, Department of Geography), High Resolution Mapping of Fertility and Mortality from National Household Survey Data in Low Income Settings
  • 29 janvier, Brecht Devleesschauwer (Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, Sciensano), Belgian national burden of disease study: preliminary results and moving forward
  • 19 février, Benjamin Marteau (INED et DEMO/UCLouvain), Marie Bergström (INED), Job insecurity and partnership instability among young couples in France
  • 12 mars, Philippe Bocquier (DEMO/UCLouvain), Don't use the p-value! Alternative tests of significance
  • 19 mars, Mengni Chen (DEMO/UCLouvain), Decomposing the crude divorce rate in five countries: Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, the UK, and Australia
  • 2 avril, Lea Taragin-Zeller (Woolf Institute and Reproductive Sociology Research Group (ReproSoc), University of Cambridge), How can ethnography change our understandings of reproductive choice? Reflections from Israel’s Orthodox Jews
  • 23 avril, Koyel Sarkar (DEMO, UCLouvain), Caste exogamy and love marriage in India
  • 7 mai, Françoise Bartiaux, Christophe Vandeschrick (DEMO/UCLouvain), Nathalie Frogneux (ISP/UCLouvain), A relational and capability-based approach of energy poverty in Belgium
  • 21 mai, Stefanija Veljanoska (UCLouvain), Giuseppe Maggio (FAO, University of Sussex), Agricultural policy and migration in Malawi
  • 28 mai, Ulrich Nguemdjo Kamguem (Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE) et Laboratoire Population Environnement et Développement (LPED), Can migrations both respond to climatic constraints and improve the living conditions of rural households? Evidence from Niakhar (Senegal)
  • 4 juin, Johan Segers (LSBA/Uclouvain), An invitation to use the p-value (Read the Fisher manual)
  • 18 juin, Yoann Doignon (DEMO/UCLouvain), La Seconde Transition Démographique se diffuse-t-elle dans l’espace ?

 

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