The colloquium of the Population Studies Center of the University of Pennsylvania meets most Mondays from 12:00pm (noon) until 1:00pm in Room 103 in the McNeil Building (3718 Locust Walk) during the academic year. Sessions start and end promptly. Attendees are invited to bring and eat their lunch. There is also the possibility of having lunch with our colloquium speakers; please contact Dawn Ryan at email@example.com if you are interested in joining the speaker for lunch. If you are interested in speaking at one of our colloquium sessions, please contact Herbert L. Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org. Population Studies Center events may be photographed and/or video recorded for educational and promotional use.
Bochen Cao - Estimating the Effects of Weight and Weight Change Using a Dynamic Causal Model Stephen Cranney - Religion as a moderator in the fertility/happiness relationship Arun Hendi - Trends in U.S. Life Expectancy Gradients: The Rold of Changing Educational Composition Li-Chung Hu - Protection or Selection for Marital Transition and Self-Rated Health? Evidence from China Theresa Fedor - Changing Attitudes and Beliefs towards HIV/AIDS: The Effect of Differential Exposure to HIV Prevention Programs Thomas Anderson - Untangling Puzzles: Socioeconomic Development, Gender Equity & Low Fertility Collin Payne - Aging in the Americas: A cross-national comparison of disability-free life expectancy in the United States, Costa Rica, Mexico and Puerto Rico