HOW GENERATIONS AND GENDER SHAPE DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE
Since 2000, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) has coordinated the Generations and Gender Programme, which combines data collection with analysis of demographic trends and the roles of different factors that influence them, that of public policy in particular.
To discuss how the results of this region-wide programme can be used in developing policy responses to demographic change, UNECE organized the Conference on How Generations and Gender Shape Demographic Change (Geneva, 14–16 May 2008). This forum involved both policymakers and researchers and covered issues such as intergenerational relations, gender equality, living conditions of older persons, low fertility, reconciliation of work and family life, living conditions of families with children and integration of young people in society.
This volume contains the keynote papers and a summary of contributions to the Conference as well as the conceptual background note and the Conference report. It aims to disseminate the Conference proceedings to a wider audience, thereby inspiring broader debate.
The Report is available in ENG as a whole (1.7 MB, 179 pages) or by chapter.
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|TITLE, PREFACE and CONTENTS|
Policy discussion and research on generations and gender
|CHAPTER 1 |
The happiness commonality: fertility decisions in low-fertility settings
Francesco C. Billari
|CHAPTER 2 |
Family diversity in France, the Russian Federation and East and West Germany: an overview of living arrangements and living conditions
Michaela Kreyenfeld, Dirk Konietzka and Anne Hornung
|CHAPTER 3 |
Work-family balance and childbearing intentions in France, Germany and the Russian Federation
|CHAPTER 4 |
Circumstances of young adults: results from the Generations and Gender Programme
|CHAPTER 5 |
Living arrangements, family bonds and the regional context affecting social integration of older adults in Europe
Jenny de Jong Gierveld
|CHAPTER 6 |
Population ageing, intergenerational solidarity and the family-welfare state balance: a comparative exploration
Svein Olav Daatland, Britt Slagsvold and Ivar A. Lima
|CHAPTER 7 |
Moving towards gender equality
Gerda Neyer and Dorothea Rieck
|CHAPTER 8 |
Summary of contributions
|CHAPTER 9 |
Report of the Conference