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2022
  • 13 December. Daniel Zazueta presented “The contribution of alcohol consumption to past long-term trends in socio-economic inequalities in life expectancy in selected European countries” at the MPRS-PHDS 4th Annual Academy, December 12-14.
  • 16 November. Daniel Zazueta presented “The contribution of alcohol consumption to past long-term trends in socio-economic inequalities in life expectancy in selected European countries” at the Dutch Demography Day (Utrecht)
  • 31 October. Fanny Janssen presented “Past trends in socio-economic longevity inequalities: trend breaks and the role of lifestyle factors” at the Department of Public Health (Rotterdam) seminar.
  • 1July. Daniel Zazueta presented “The Contribution of Alcohol Consumption to Past Long-Term Trends in Socio-Economic Inequalities in Life Expectancy in Selected European Countries” at the European Population Conference (Groningen) in Session 36. Alcohol, smoking, and obesity attributable mortality.
  • 1 July. Wanda Van Hemelrijck presented “The role of smoking on trends in educational longevity inequalities in selected European countries” at the European Population Conference (Groningen) in Session: 36. Alcohol, smoking, and obesity attributable mortality
  • 17 June. Daniel Zazueta presented “The contribution of alcohol consumption to past long-term rends in socio-economic inequalities in life expectancy in selected European countries” at the Human Mortality Database Symposium (Paris) in Session 3. Mortality at the subnational level
  • 14 June. Wanda Van Hemelrijck presented “The role of smoking on trends in educational longevity inequalities in selected European countries” at Midis de la recherche – DEMO lunch seminars at UCLouvain (Louvain-la-neuve, Belgium)
  • 4 March. Fanny Janssen presented at the NBER conference on “Inequalities in Mortality in the US and Beyond” titled “Country and Sex Differences in (trends in) Life Expectancy in Europe: The Role of Lifestyle Factors”. (online)
  • 2 February. Daniel Zazueta presented “The contribution of alcohol consumption to past long-term trends in socio-economic inequalities in life expectancy in Europe” at the Young Demographers Conference (hybrid: presented on site in Prague).
2021
  • 24 November. Wanda Van Hemelrijck presented “The Impact of Smoking on Trends in Longevity Inequalities in European Countries” at the Dutch Demography Day (online)
  • 24 November. Daniel Zazueta presented “Detailed study of long-term trends in socio-economic inequalities in life expectancy and lifespan variation in selected European countries” at the Dutch Demography Day (online)
  • 10 December. Daniel Zazueta presented “Detailed study of long-term trends in socio-economic inequalities in life expectancy and lifespan variation in selected European countries” at the IUSSP International Population Conference (online)
  • 10 December. Wanda Van Hemelrijck presented “The impact of smoking on trends in socio-economic mortality inequalities in Europe” at the IUSSP International Population Conference (online)
  • 11 November. Eva Kagenaar presented “The obesity epidemic by socio-economic group: Test of the diffusion of innovation theory” at the European Public Health Conference (online)
  • 28 October. Fanny Janssen presented “Future life expectancy in Europe taking into account the impact of smoking, obesity, and alcohol” at the RGA Netherlands and Nordic Regions – Actuarial Webinar – “Reinventing the actuarial mind”
  • 2 September. Eva Kagenaar presented “The obesity epidemic by socio-economic group: Test of the diffusion of innovation theory” at the European Sociological Association Conference (online)
  • 23-25 June. Daniel Zazueta presented “Detailed study of long-term trends in socio-economic inequalities in life expectancy and lifespan variation in selected European countries” at the Young Demographers Conference. (online)
  • 23-25 June. Eva Kagenaar presented “The obesity epidemic by socio-economic group: The diffusion of innovations theory and long-term trends in five western European countries and the USA” at the Young Demographers Conference. (online)
  • 12 January 12. Fanny Janssen presented an outline of the overall research project during the NIDI Brown Bag Seminar Series. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute. (online)
2020
  • International Max Planck Research School in Population Health and Datascience. December 7-9, 2020, Rostock: Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research. (online)