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CEDAR:s participation at conferences

Here you can find a selection of the conferences and collaborations in which CEDAR researchers participate.

Research at CEDAR has a strong international profile and makes important contributions to research on population change, ageing, older people's living conditions and participation, as well as to methodological development in both research and infrastructure. 

Researchers at CEDAR regularly participate in international conferences and workshops, in reference groups and in collaborations on methodological development. Some of them are presented here.

CEDAR participated at EAPS 2022

CEDAR has contributed to the European Population Conference 2022 in Groningen (29 June-2 July) with the follwing presentations: 

Erika Sandow, CEDAR Umeå University and Emma Lundholm, CEDAR Umeå University
Search for a Socially Sustainable Everyday Life. Motives for Counterurban Moving Families in Sweden.

Johan Junkka, CEDAR Umeå University and Maria Hiltunen, CEDAR Umeå University
Cause Specific Infant Mortality and Ambient Temperature in Northern Sweden 1860-1892.

Glenn Sandström, CEDAR Umeå University, Mojgan Padyab, CEDAR Umeå University, Haruko Noguchi, Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University, Tokyo Japan, Rong Fu , School of Commerce, Waseda University, Tokyp, Japan.
Changes in Demographic and Socioeconomic Determinants of Living Alone among Women in Sweden and Japan since the 1990s.

Jenny Olofsson, CEDAR Umeå University, Filip Fors Connolly, Umeå University, Maria Josefsson, CEDAR Umeå University, Gunnar Malmberg, CEDAR Umeå University, Mikael Stattin, Umeå University.
Daily activities, mental well-being and restrictions among older people during the Covid-19 pandemic across European countries – a multilevel analysis.

Anna Baranowska-Rataj, CEDAR Umeå University, Björn Högberg, CEDAR Umeå University, Laura Bernardi, University of Lausanne.
Parental Unemployment and Children’s Wellbeing – the Moderating Role of Educational Policies.

Anna Baranowska-Rataj, CEDAR Umeå University, Björn Högberg, CEDAR Umeå University, Jonas Vossemer, Umeå University
Do Parental Job Losses Lead to Worse Children’s Birth Outcomes when There Is More Unemployment around?

 

CEDAR participation at Conference Of The European Society Of Historical Demography

CEDAR has contributed to the 2022 Conference Of The European Society Of Historical Demography (2-5 March, Madrid, Spain) by presenting the following studies:

Samuel Sundvall
The Impact of Migration Flows on the Population Structure of the Northern Swedish Inland, 1900-1950

Johan Junkka and Maria Hiltunen
Cause specific infant mortality and ambient temperature in Northern Sweden 1868-1892  

Lotta Vikström, Johan Junkka, Fredinah Namatovu, Erling Häggström Lundevaller and Kateryna Karhina
A longitudinal study of how disability affects mortality in Swedish Populations from the 1800s, 1900´s and 2000´s

Göran Broström and Tommy Bengtsson
A biometric analysis of infant mortality and temperature, northern Sweden 1900-1950

 

CEDAR participated at LIVES Doctoriales

The LIVES Doctoriales- conference is organised by the LIVES Centre in Switzerland. 

Anna Baranowska-Rataj participated as an external expert / discussant at the conference.

 

CEDAR participation at SSHA 

CEDAR has contributed to the 2021 Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association (11-14 november, Online, Philadelphia, USA) by presenting the following studies: 

Johan Junkka and Maria Hiltunen.
Religious differences in cause-specific post-perinatal mortality: A sibling study of Sweden, 1860-1892

Liselotte Eriksson, Johan Junkka, Glenn Sandström and Lotta Vikström.
Supply or Demand? The Expansion of Mental Asylums in Norrland 1900-1960 

Samuel Sundvall, Glenn Sandström and Johan Junkka.
The Impact of Migration Flows on the Population Structure of the Northern Swedish Inland, 1900-1950