DIAL Final Conference presentation videos published

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Opening words
Elina Kilpi-Jakonen

1A Labour market inequalities and their consequences I

Critical Life Events and the Dynamics of Inequality: Findings from the CRITEVENTS Project.
Thomas Leopold, Juho Harkonen, Christiaan Monden, Daniel Oesch

The Evolution of Income and Labour-Market Inequality during the Rise of the Sweden Democrats*
Anders Björklund

(Non-)Performative Inclusion. Policy worlds of LGBTIQ+ equality and anti-discrimination in Germany*
Maria do Mar Castro Varela, Yener Bayramoğlu

1B Intergenerational inequalities I

The Intergenerational Elasticity of Earnings: Exploring the Mechanisms*
Uta Bolt, Eric French, Jamie Hentall MacCuish, Cormac O’Dea

Genetic differences and equality of opportunity in education*
Rita Dias Pereira

The effects of circumstances on long-term income opportunities: Re-examining evidence from the baby-boomers generation in  Sweden*
Hélène Le Forner, Arnaud Lefranc, Alain Trannoy, Francesco Andreoli

Social disparities in students’ trajectories: Royal and side roads to excellence in French higher education*
Estelle Herbaut

2A Labour market inequalities and their consequences II

Dynamics of Accumulated Inequalities for Seniors in Employment: An Overview of the Main Findings and Policy Implications
Nicky Le Feuvre, Clary Krekula, Alena Krizkova, Aine Ni Leime, Wendy Lottero, Nathalie Rougier, Sarah Vickerstaff

Labor Supply and the Pension Contribution-Benefit Link*
Tom Zawisza, Eric French, Attila Lindner, Cormac O’Dea

Stratification in separation: a review of the evidence from a risk and vulnerability perspective*
Juho Härkönen, Alessandro Di Nallo, Lewis Anderson, Thomas Leopold

2B Inequalities in child development (particularly health and social and emotional development)

(Growing) Up in Smoke? The impact of prenatal and postnatal maternal smoking on child development*
Sarah Cattan, Gabriella Conti, Francesca Salvati

Workforce quality in early years interventions: evidence from a large-scale home visiting programme*
 Sarah Cattan, Christine Farquharson, Gabriella Conti

From social origin to selective high school courses: Ability grouping as a mechanism of securing social advantage in Israeli secondary education*
Yariv Feniger, Eyal Bar-Haim, Carmel Blank

2C Labour market inequalities and their consequences IV

LGBTQ Workplace Inequalities: Exploring conceptual and policy scenarios with agent-based modelling
Matthew Hall, Andrew King

Explaining the Fall in Female Labor Supply in Urban China*
Pengzhan Qian

Now you see me, now you don’t: LGBTQI+ identity management in and out of the workplace*
Ana-Cristina Santos, Ana Lúcia Santos, Rita Alcaire

Extended working life in the world of finance sector: On the relations between societal changes and organisational ageing across national contexts*
Alena Krizkova, Clary Krekula, Jakov Jandric, Aine Ni´Leime, Marie Hermanova, Nicky Lefeuvre, Wendy Loretto, Sarah Vickerstaff, Laura Airey, Nathalie Rougier

Subjective Life Expectancies, Time Preference Heterogeneity and Wealth Inequality*
Jonna Olsson, Richard Foltyn

3A Ageing unequally

Losing Partners as a Process: A Matching Study on the Long Term Economic Consequences of Widowhood*
Zachary Van Winkle, Thomas Leopold

Ageing in the Transport Sector: Accumulated Dis/advantages of Shift Work in Different National Contexts*
Jakov Jandric, Radka Dudova, Nicky Le Feuvre, Nathalie Rougier, Clary Krekula, Wendy Loretto, Laura Airei, Sarah Vickerstaff

Health and gender considerations for healthcare workers approaching retirement in Ireland, the Czech Republic, Sweden and the UK*
Aine Ni Leime, Maggie O’Neill, Marie Pospilisova, Clary Krekula, Laura Airey, Jakov Jandric, Wendy Loretto, Sarah Vickerstaff

3C Inequality across the life-course

Early Childhood Inequalities: Determinants, Consequences, and Policies
Gabriella Conti, Sarah Cattan, Kjell Salvanes, Aline Buetikofer, Christine Farquharson (and more)

Norface-DIAL-TRISP: Summary of Research Projects
Alexander Ludwig

Lives in Welfare States: Life courses and social inequality in four European countries.
Anette Fasang, Stefan Bastholm Andrade, Selçuk Bedük, Zafer Büyükkeçeci, Aleksi Karhula

The promise & ethics of genetic data for policy
Hans Van Kippersluis, Samuel Baker, Teresa Bago d’Uva, Pietro Biroli, Rita Dias Pereira, Titus Galama, Fleur Meddens, Dilnoza Muslimova, Emil Normark Sorensen, Niels Rietveld, Eric Slob, Kevin Thom, Nicolai Vitt, Stephanie von Hinke

4A Intergenerational transmission of Inequalities

Life-Course Dynamics of Educational Tracking – A Summary of Findings
Steffen Schindler

Intergenerational Mobility and Preterm Birth: A multi-country analysis*
Daniel Schnitzlein, Falk Voit, Daniel Schnitzlein, Sakari Lemola, Dieter Wolke, Nicole Baumann, Hayley Trower, Eero Kajantie, Markku Nurhonen, Katri Räikkönen and the PremLife research group

Dynamic complementarity in skill production: Evidence from genetic endowments and birth order*
Dilnoza Muslimova, Hans van Kippersluis, Cornelius A. Rietveld, Stephanie von Hinke, S. Fleur W. Meddens

Child vocabulary development from early to late childhood and the influence of father’s occupation, using data from two British longitudinal studies.
Helen Wareham, Joe Willoughby, James Law

4B Labour market inequalities and their consequences III

Comparative Panel File (CPF): A Novel Open Science Approach for Harmonizing International Surveys
Thomas Leopold, Konrad Turek, Matthijs Kalmijn,

Economic and Political Consequences of Technological Change in Germany*
Frieder Mitsch

The Political Consequences of Technological Change That Favours Low-Skilled Workers: Evidence from the Growth of Salmon Fish Farming*
Henning Finseraas, Ole Henning Nyhus

London calling? Higher education, geographical mobility and early-career earnings*
Ben Waltmann, Jack Britton, Laura van der Erve, Xiaowei Xu

4C Labour market inequalities and their consequences V

Inequality, Redistribution and the Labour Market
Richard Blundell

Social security for all? Cost of unemployment on income across the distribution in different welfare regimes
Selçuk Bedük, Anette Fasang, Susan Harkness, Stefan Bastholm Andrade, Zafer Büyükkeçeci, Satu Helske, Aleksi Karhula

Wealth inequality in the U.S.*
Per Krusell, Joachim Hubmer, Tony Smith


5A Development of inequalities during childhood and youth

Family Policy and Child Development
Larissa Zierow, Francesco Andreoli, Arnaud Lefranc

The intimate relationship between language and socio-emotional development across childhood and their potential impact in adulthood*
Nathalie Tamayo, Wei Huang, James Law

A new look at the separation surge in Europe: Contrasting adult and child perspectives*
Thomas Leopold, Matthijs Kalmijn

5B Education and employment

Short-term and long-term effect of school tracking in Germany*
Corinna Kleinert, Claudia Traini

Education and Tax Policies in the Presence of Informality*
Anna-Mariia Tkhir

5C Topical issues in life-course research

Pink-washing in (Post)Brexit Britain: Scottish Exceptionalism?
Yvette Taylor

Gender inequalities during Covid-19
Monica Costa-Dias, Alison Andrew, Sonya Krutikova, Lucy Kraftman

Genetic data and risky health behaviours
Stephanie von Hinke, Samuel Baker, Teresa Bago d’Uva, Pietro Biroli, Rita Dias Pereira, Titus Galama, Fleur Meddens, Dilnoza Muslimova, Emil Normark Sorensen, Niels Rietveld, Eric Slob, Kevin Thom, Hans van Kippersluis, Nicolai Vitt

Income Inequality and Mortality: A Cross-Country Perspective*
Aline Bütikofer, James Banks, Sarah Cattan, René Karadakic, Sonya Krutikova, Kjell G. Salvanes

Self-control skills and parenting as resiliency/protective factors in preterm born adolescents
Ayten Bilgin, Dieter Wolke, Nicole Baumann, Hayley Trower, Asteria Brylka, Katri Räikkönen, Kati Heinonen, Eero Kajantie, Daniel Schnitzlein, & Sakari Lemola, and the PremLife research group.