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
  • 7 mai, Françoise Bartiaux, Christophe Vandeschrick (DEMO/UCLouvain), Nathalie Frogneux (ISP/UCLouvain), A relational and capability-based approach of energy poverty in Belgium
  • 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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