Cohort Studies Meeting

Dora Costa and Martha J. Bailey, Organizers

January 20-21, 2023


Conference Code of Conduct

Friday, January 20
Collins Conference Room, James West Alumni Center, University of California, Los Angeles
8:15 am
Continental Breakfast
8:45 am
Welcome and Introduction
9:00 am
Uta Bolt, University of Bristol
Eric French, University of Cambridge
Cormac O'Dea, Yale University and NBER
Jamie Hentall-MacCuish, HEC Paris

The Intergenerational Elasticity of Earnings: Exploring the Mechanisms
9:30 am
Sadegh Eshaghnia, University of Chicago
James J. Heckman, University of Chicago and NBER
Rasmus Landersø, Rockwool Foundation
Rafeh Qureshi, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Intergenerational Transmission of Family Influence
10:00 am
Mark Borgschulte, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Heepyung Cho, Korea University
Darren Lubotsky, University of Illinois at Chicago and NBER
Jonathan L. Rothbaum, U.S. Census Bureau

Immigration and Inequality in the Next Generation
10:30 am
10:50 am
Steven N. Durlauf, University of Chicago and NBER

New Approaches to Measuring Intergenerational Mobility (slides)
11:40 am
12:40 pm
Martin Fischer, Lund University
Martin Karlsson, University of Duisburg-Essen
Martin Lövdén, Gothenburg University
Therese Nilsson, Lund University
Nikolaos Prodromidis, University of Duisburg-Essen

Long-Term Causal Effects of Access to Institutional Delivery Service on Dementia Risk
1:20 pm
Björn Eriksson, Lund University
Martin Dribe, Lund University

Socioeconomic Status and Adult Life Expectancy 1881-2020: New Estimates from Swedish Death Registers and Full-count Census Data
1:50 pm
2:05 pm
Hamid Noghanibehambari, Austin Peay State University
Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin-Madison and NBER

Dynamic Complementarities between Early- and Late-Life Exposures: Evidence from the Social Security Notch
2:35 pm
Hannes Schwandt, Northwestern University and NBER
Till M. von Wachter, University of California, Los Angeles and NBER

Socioeconomic Decline and Death: Midlife Impacts of Graduating in a Recession
3:05 pm
Miles Welstead, University of Edinburgh
Michelle Luciano, University of Edinburgh
Tom Russ, University of Edinburgh
Graciela Muñiz, University of Edinburgh

Heterogeneity of Frailty Trajectories and Associated Factors in the Lothian Birth Cohort 1936
3:35 pm
3:50 pm
Calen P. Ryan, Columbia University
Christopher W. Kuzawa, Northwestern University

Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Changes in Gravidity are Associated with Accelerated Epigenetic Age in Young and Middle-Aged Women in the Philippines
4:20 pm
Janice Compton, University of Manitoba
Robert A. Pollak, Washington University in St. Louis and NBER
Seth G. Sanders, Cornell University

Using Couples' Data to Estimate the Distribution of Longevity of Older Couples and Surviving Spouses (slides)
4:50 pm
6:30 pm
UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center, Legacy Room
Saturday, January 21
2221E Bunche Hall, University of California, Los Angeles
8:30 am
Continental Breakfast
9:00 am
Christine Schwartz, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Rodrigo Gonzalez-Velastin, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Anita Li, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Trends in Lifetime Years Married and in Other Marital Statuses from 1880 to 2019
9:30 am
Arkadev Ghosh, Duke University
"Sam" Il Myoung Hwang, University of British Columbia
Munir Squires, University of British Columbia

Links and Legibility: Making Sense of Historical US Census Automated Linking Methods
10:00 am
Jonas Helgertz, Lund University
J. David Hacker, University of Minnesota

Using Linked Census Data to Estimate Mortality and Fertility in the Pre-Registration Era of the United States: An Application of the 1850-1940 IPUMS Multigeneration Longitudinal Panel Datasets
10:30 am
10:45 am
Katie R. Genadek, University of Minnesota
Trent Alexander, University of Michigan

Developing a Census-Based Infrastructure for the Study of American Cohorts Over the Past Century
11:05 am
Joshua R. Goldstein, University of California, Berkeley
Casey Breen, University of California, Berkeley

CenSoc: Using Unrestricted Individual-level Administrative Data from the Census and Social Security to Study Mortality
11:30 am
Dora Costa, University of California, Los Angeles and NBER

The EI (Early Indicators) Project After 30 Years: Multigenerational Data to Study Longevity, Health, and Socioeconomic Status
11:55 am
Martha J. Bailey, University of California, Los Angeles and NBER

The Longitudinal, Intergenerational, Family Electronic Micro-Database (LIFE-M) Project
12:15 pm
Adjourn and Lunch