The Journal of Population Economics JOPE Summer Event will take place online on 15 July 2022 (10.30-19.30 CEST Berlin/German time) on the hundredth birthday of Jacob Mincer, hero of labor, household and population economics. A session will reflect on his work. Others report on the highlights of new and forthcoming JOPE articles , including lead paper issues such as religiosity & the U.S. Capitol Riot and topics like abortions, climate & the Covid-19 pandemic, among others…..
Participation is open for the public and around the world, starting with participants from Australia and Asia, covering research from Africa and Europe, and ending with work from the US and Latin America. Online conferencing makes this all possible.
Register in time to meet the authors to get informed about new research and to ask questions. Authors will present the highlights of their articles published in issues 35:3 (issue just published) and 35:4 (issue in print, articles published online already) of 2022.
Meet the authors! Talk to the editors! You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: July 15, 2022; 10.30-19.30 CEST Berlin/Germany time. Join full or in part as of interest.
Register in advance for this meeting: EVENT OVER
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing the personal event link. You will then be reminded a few hours before the event starts.
POST EVENT NOTE: Access to Video of the conference.
Presenting authors in bold! Scheduled times all CEST/Berlin-Germany. Lead papers have 20 min presentation & 10 min for Q&A; regular papers 10 (presentation) and 5 (Q&A).
10:30-10.35 Welcome: Klaus F. Zimmermann, Editor-in-Chief
10:35-12:30 Paper Session I. Chair: Kompal Sinha, Editor
- Lead paper of issue 35(3) July 2022.
Astghik Mavisakalyan, Yashar Tarverdi & Clas Weber
Heaven can wait: future tense and religiosity
- Shu Cai, Albert Park & Winnie Yip
Migration and experienced utility of left-behind parents: evidence from rural China
- Wei Si
Higher education expansion and gender norms: evidence from China
- Jorge Garcia-Hombrados
Child marriage and infant mortality: causal evidence from Ethiopia
- Jessica L. Arnup, Nicole Black & David W. Johnston
Changes in children’s time use during periods of financial hardship
13:30-15:00 Paper Session II. Chair: Ainoa Aparicio-Fenoll, Associate Editor
- James Alm, Weizheng Lai & Xun Li
Housing market regulations and strategic divorce propensity in China
- Cristina Bellés-Obrero, Sergi Jiménez-Martín & Judit Vall Castello
Minimum working age and the gender mortality gap
- Isabelle Chort & Maëlys de la Rupelle
Managing the impact of climate on migration: evidence from Mexico
- Mauro Caselli, Andrea Fracasso & Sergio Scicchitano
From the lockdown to the new normal: individual mobility and local labor market characteristics following the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy
Readlink: https://rdcu.be/cQIcZ — COVID-19 paper, PDF free to access
- Paweł Bukowski, Gregory Clark, Attila Gáspár & ClarkRita Pető
Social Mobility and Political Regimes: Intergenerational Mobility in Hungary, 1949–2017
15:15-16:15 Jacob Mincer Centennial. Chair: Klaus F. Zimmermann, Editor-in-Chief
- Pedro N. Teixeira, Secretary of State for Higher Education in the Portuguese Government, author of Jacob Mincer. A Founding Father of Modern Labor Economics, Oxford University Press
- Barry Chiswick, JOPE Advisory Board, former Associate Editor
16.15- 17.15 Journal of Population Economics (JOPE) Progress
- Progress report: Klaus F. Zimmermann, Editor-in-Chief
- Reflections on publishing: Terra McKinnish, Editor; Alfonso Flores-Lagunes, Editor
- Q & R with the audience.
17:30-19:30 Paper Session III. Chair: Madeline Zavodny, Managing Editor
- Lead paper of issue 35(4) October 2022.
Dhaval Dave, Drew McNichols & Joseph Sabia
Political violence, risk aversion, and population health: Evidence from the US Capitol riot
Readlink: https://rdcu.be/cRG34 — COVID-19 paper, PDF free to access
- Fernanda Marquez-Padilla & Biani Saavedra
The unintended effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders on abortions
Readlink: https://rdcu.be/cQICY — COVID-19 paper, PDF free to access
- Adam Cook
Saving lives: the 2006 expansion of daylight saving in Indiana
- Emiliano Tealde
The unequal impact of natural light on crime
- Rui Wang, Xi Chen & Xun Li
Something in the pipe: the Flint water crisis and health at birth
- Dafeng Xu & Yuxin Zhang
Identifying ethnic occupational segregation
Vol. 35, Issue 3, July 2022: Journal of Population Economics: 15 articles
Annual Journal of Population Economics Report 2021: many submissions, fast first decisions, high impact. JOPE EiC Report 2021.
CiteScore of JOPE moves up from 3.9 (2020) to 6.5 (2021). LINK
Similar, its Impact Factor is now 4.7 (2021) after 2.8 (2020). LINK