"Big Microdata and Population Research" with keynote speaker Steven Ruggles!
Professor Steven Ruggles at University of Minnesota and IPUMS - Ruggles was appointed honorary doctor at Lund University School of Economics and Management 2020 - will give the keynote on "Big Microdata and Population Research" in the afternoon.
The full-day program includes presentations with a number of researchers at Lund University.
Thursday November 18
10:15-10:30 Welcome and introduction
10:30-12:00 Session 1 - moderator Johan Sandberg
Ola Hall Faculty of Social Sciences: "A satellite image is worth 1000 words: Examples of how satellite data can serve social sciences and economics in data poor regions"
Anna Oudin Faculty of Medicine: "Air pollution as a cause for dementia: A review of epidemiological and experimental studies"
Markus Grillitsch Faculty of Social Sciences: "Big Microdata: Applications and reflections from an economic geography perspective"
13:00-14:30 Session 2 - moderator Therese Nilsson
Petter Lundborg School of Economics and Management: "Intergenerational wealth mobility and fertility
Anton Nilsson Faculty of Medicine: "Big data meets smaller data: Can data from population registers be used to generalize findings from a health cohort?"
Luciana Quaranta School of Economics and Management: "Disease exposure in early life affects female reproduction"
14:30-15:00 Coffee break
Steven Ruggles (University of Minnesota/IPUMS) "Big Microdata and Population Research"
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When: November 18, 10:15-16:30
Where: School of Economics and Management, EC3:210