Seminar on “Uses of census data in Europe in a comparative perspective”

A joint organization by:

- Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona(Spain)

- Institut d’Etudes Démographiques de l’Université de Bordeaux(France)

- Institut National d’Etudes Démographiques (France)

- Observatoire démographique Européen (France)

June 9, 2011 (Thursday)

Session 1: Welcome

Opening by Anna Cabré (Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics - Barcelona - Spain)

Session 2: IECM, IPUMS and comparability issues

Albert Esteve (Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics - Barcelona - Spain)

Presentation of IECM.

esteve_l.pez_barcelona.pdf [566.7 Ko - pdf]

Lara Cleveland (Minnesota Center of population - USA)

Recent innovations in IPUMS.

cleveland_barcelona.pdf [899.0 Ko - pdf]

Patrick Festy (INED - France)

Presentation of the CENSUS project.

festy_barcelona.pdf [381.2 Ko - pdf]

Khalid ElJim (INED and IEDUB - France)

Quality and comparability issues in IECM.

eljim_barcelona.pdf [96.6 Ko - pdf]

Bernard Aubry (formerly INSEE- France)

Two historical census databases for France: a comparative analysis of IPUMS and SAPHIR.

aubry_barcelona.pdf [73.8 Ko - pdf]

Session 3: Using census data in regional and local studies

Graeme Hugo (University of Adelaide - Australia)

Rethinking the conceptual basis of population.

hugo_barcelona.pdf [326.4 Ko - pdf]
Béatrice Valdes (INED and IEDUB - France)

Using censuses to study the heterogeneity of family forms in France and Spain.

valdes_barcelona.pdf [5.0 Mo - pdf]

Dulce Pimentel (University Nova de Lisboa - Portugal) and Ana Santos (Instituto Nacional de Estatística - Portugal)

2011 Census of population and housing: an experience in census mapping and social and economic spatial analyses.

pimentel_barcelona.pdf [4.6 Mo - pdf]

Christophe Bergouignan (IEDUB - France)

The use of census data for the prospective demographic localized.

bergouignan_barcelona.pdf [258.4 Ko - pdf]

Session 4: Using census data in migrations studies

Bruno Arpino and Agnese Vitali (Bocconi University - Italy)

Living arrangements of second generation immigrants in Spain: A cross-classified multilevel analysis.

vitali_arpino_barcelona.pdf [269.4 Ko - pdf]

June 10, 2011 (Friday)

Session 5: Using census data to reveal time trends

Fernando Gil-Alonso (University of Barcelona - Spain)

Are retrospective census data better than register data? An example using Spanish 1920, 1930 and 1940 censuses to analyze marital fertility and child mortality levels.

gilalonso_barcelona.pdf [658.4 Ko - pdf]

Eugeny Soroko (Institute of Demography at the National Research University Higher School of Economics - Russia)

Experience of the 1994 microcensus data use.

soroko_barcelona.pdf [529.5 Ko - pdf]
Pilar Zueras (Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics - Barcelona - Spain)

Multigenerational co-residence in old age in Catalonia: between solidarity and tradition.

zueras_barcelona.pdf [146.6 Ko - pdf]

Joshua Goldstein, Siegfried Gruber and Mikolaj Szoltysek (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research - Germany)

The MOSAIC project: reconstructing the population history of Continental Europe by recovering surviving census records.

mosaic.project_barcelona.pdf [1.5 Mo - pdf]

Anne-Line Brosse (University Lyon 2 - France)

The population census lists: An example of contribution to the cheese history of Massif central.

brosse_barcelona.pdf [2.3 Mo - pdf]

Session 6: Beyond Europe, beyond census data

Albert Esteve, Jeroen Spijker and Teresa Antonia Cusidó (Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics - Barcelona - Spain)

Census measures of union formation in the time of cohabitation.

esteve_spijker_cusid._barcelona.pdf [8.2 Mo - pdf]

Sri Hartini Rachmad, Dendi Handiyatmo and Ardi Adji (BPS Statistics Indonesia)

The Reliability and Comparability Perspective of Indonesia’s Population Census.

sri.dendi.ardi_.reliability_._comparability_popcensus_european_seminar_2011.pdf [6.7 Mo - pdf]

Session 7: The future of censuses, the future of IECM

Nathalie Le Bouteillec (University of Picardie Jules-Verne, CURAPP and INED - France)

An analysis of the changes in round census 2010 in Europe.

lebouteillec_barcelona.pdf [308.1 Ko - pdf]

Albert Esteve (Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics - Barcelona - Spain) and Patrick Festy (INED - France)

Conclusions from the seminar.