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Applied Demography Conference 2024
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PAA 2024 | April 17 - 20, 2024
Columbus, Ohio

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Applied Demography Conference

Join your fellow applied demographers to share work, strengthen your network, and come together with the entire applied demography community. The Applied Demography Conference will be held virtually February 6-8, 2024. Deadline to submit is November 3.

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PAA 2024 Annual Meeting

The PAA 2024 Annual Meeting in Columbus, Ohio will be April 17-20, 2024. The Call for Papers is now available and open for submissions. Deadline October 1.

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Ariane Ophir

Ariane Ophir


Ariane Ophir is a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre d'Estudis Demogràfics (CED) in Barcelona. Her work focuses on gender and family dynamics over the life course. Much of her research looks at gender inequality in the division of household labor across partnerships and living arrangements, paying particular attention to family and household composition in the US. In other work, she examines unpaid family caregiving and its relationship with working life expectancy and population aging in Europe. Her recent work examines how gender relations shape union formation and singlehood.

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