The Population Association of America (PAA) is the leading professional association for scholars, demographers, sociologists, economists, public health professionals, and others in population research and education. Several faculty fellows from the LBJ School of Public Affairs’ Center for Health and Social Policy are presenting their most recent research at this year’s PAA Annual Meeting in Chicago:
- Dr. Abigail Aikens will be leading discussions on “Race, Ethnic and Social Class Differences in Reproductive Health and Fertility” (4/27/17, 1:00pm) and Fertility Intentions: Causes and Consequences” (4/28/17, 8:30am) and supporting discussions on “Abortion in the Global North” (4/28/17, 10:15am) and the “Impact of Reproductive Health Policy in the United States” (4/28/17, 1:00pm).
- Dr. Jacqueline Angel will be leading a discussion on the “Dynamics of Disability in the Developing World” (4/27/17, 1:00pm) and presenting during a poster session on “Household Extension and Life Expectancy: Estimates of Duration of Dependency” (4/29/17, 9:00am).
- Dr. Cynthia Osborne will be presenting during a poster session on “The Dynamics of Childcare Instability” (4/28/17, 2:45pm) and leading discussions on “Families and Economic Circumstances” (4/29/17, 9:00am) and “Fatherhood in Complex Families” (4/29/17, 12:30pm).