IUSSP Population, Poverty and Inequality Research Conference

a Conference

Thursday, 6/27/2019 to 6/29/2019.   ARCHIVED EVENT

Location: Ann Arbor, MI

Conference Themes

In examining the interaction of population with poverty and inequality, the Panel is interested in the causal impact in both directions: poverty and inequality impacting population dynamics, and population dynamics affecting poverty and inequality. The Panel is particularly interested in low- and middle-income settings. Consideration of population dynamics addresses issues of gender, fertility, reproductive health, age structure, aging, household structure and migration. The Panel is interested in how these population dynamics interact with poverty and inequality, moving beyond the analysis of prevalence of poverty and inequality to probe differential impacts of socio-economic status across the distribution on demographic behavior as well as the consequences of demographic changes for well-being across the distribution.


Deadlines and Important Dates

Call for conference extended abstracts/ papers opens: 17 December 2018
Call for conference extended abstracts/ papers closes: 18 February 2019
Authors notified of extended abstracts/ papers accepted: 11 March 2019
Deadline for making online revisions to papers: 1 June 2019
Conference: 27-29 June 2019

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