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LCDS at PAA 2023: Thursday 13 April

Join us for a packed first day of presentations at this year’s Population Association of America conference, full of talks and posters that disrupt and realign demography. More info and other daily programmes can be found here. You can also find us at booth 504 to learn more about our work and get your hands on some snazzy goodies!

On Thursday 13 April, our researchers will present on a variety of different topics including forced migration, COVID-19, fertility, and education. There will also be poster sessions on our recent mortality and morbidity papers, migration, spatial demography, and our recent study on the eveningness chronotype.

More info to follow shortly, please check this and our PAA 2023 overview page regularly for updates. In the meantime, check out our programme for Friday 14 April and Saturday 15 April.

LCDS programme at PAA: Thursday 13 April

All times in ET, in person only. Grey shadowing indicates poster session. Programme subject to change, please refer to the PAA programme.



Session: Talk title


08:00 – 09:15

Bolden 6

​09:30 – 10:45*

COVID-19 and Mortality: Discussant 1

Strand 11 A

10:30 - 12:00

Elite Hall A

11:00 – 12:15

Katarzyna Doniec

​Mortality Trends in the United States and Other High-Income Countries: ​Trends in Midlife Mortality in Higher Income Countries, 1990–2019: Is the United States an anomaly?

​Bolden 6

​11:00 – 12:15

​Empire C

11:00 – 12:15

Bolden 1

​13:00 - 14:30

See below

Mortality and Morbidity

Elite Hall A

14:00 – 15:15

Empire C

​15:30 – 16:45**

Strand 12 A

​15:30 – 16:30

Elite Hall A

17:00 – 18:30

Elite Hall A

* At 09:30-10:45, Daniela Urbina will Chair Comparative Perspectives on Gender and Families (Bolden 3). ** At 15:30-16:45, Jiaxin Shi will Chair Flash: Socioeconomic Inequalities in Health and Disability (Empire D). The Life Expectancy Monitoring Tool, a project involving José and Doug, will also be presented at the same time in Empire C.

13:00 – 14:30: Mortality and Morbidity (Elite Hall A)

  • Andrea Tilstra: Return of the Cohort: Reevaluating Trends in Educational Disparities in U.S. Mortality (here)

  • Ridhi Kashyap: Excess Mortality by Cause of Death During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Population-Level Analysis for England and Wales (here)

  • Hampton Gaddy: The Sex Gap in Lifespan Uncertainty (here)

  • Evelina Akimova: The Relationship of Major Diseases With Childlessness: A Sibling-Matched, Case-Control, and Population-Register Study in Finland and Sweden (here)

  • Ramina Sotoudeh: The Relational Consequences of Institutional Control (here)

  • Sander Wagner: The Appearance and Disappearance of a Spatial Resemblance Between 1918 Influenza and COVID-19 Mortality (here)

  • Jiaxin Shi: Widowhood and Mortality: Delineating Heterogeneous Effects Using Random Survival Forests (here)


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