PAA 2017 Annual Meeting

The annual meeting of the Population Association of America brings together demographers, sociologists, economists, public health professionals, and other individuals interested in research and education in the population field.


Meet the Editors at the Population Council booth (no. 101)

Population and Development Review coffee hour with Landis MacKellar, PDR co-editor, and John B. Casterline, co-editor of the new PDR supplement

  • Thursday, 27 April, 9:30–10:30 am

Studies in Family Planning coffee hour with John Bongaarts, Chairman, Editorial Committee and Jeffrey B. Bingenheimer, Editor

  • Friday, 28 April, 9:30–10:30 am
27-29 April 2017

Chicago, Illinois

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Population Council Speakers

Thursday, 27 April

Oral Session    |   8:30–10:00 am | Williford C

John Bongaarts Vice President and Distinguished Scholar

Chair, Session 20—Reflections on China's One-Child Policy: Demography, Demographers and Politics

Oral Session    |   10:15–11:45 am | Continental C

John Bongaarts Vice President and Distinguished Scholar

"Effect of contraception on fertility: Is sub-Saharan Africa different?"

Session 29—Fertility and Contraception in Sub-Saharan Africa

Oral Session    |   2:45–4:15 pm | Continental C

Aparna Jain Associate II & Deputy Technical Director, Evidence Project

"Perceived internalized stigma and unmet need among married adolescents in Ethiopia"

Session 84—New Approaches to Adolescent Reproductive Health: Research and Programs

Oral Session    |   4:45–6:15 pm | Continental B

Kelsey Wright

"Validating a measure of rights-based family planning service delivery"

Session 114—Reproductive Health and Rights: Policies and Impacts

Poster Session    |   4:45–6:15 pm | Salon D

Aparna Jain Associate II & Deputy Technical Director, Evidence Project

"Impact of side effects on women's lives: A qualitative exploration"

Session P5—Aging, Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Member-Initiated Meeting    |   6:30–8:00 pm | Williford B

Rachel Friedman Senior Managing Editor

Panelist, Getting Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Friday, 28 April

Poster Session    |   8:15–9:45 am | Salon D

Ashish Bajracharya Associate & Cambodia Country Representative

"Examining the remarkable improvements in method information index scores in Cambodia: Did social health protection interventions improve quality of family planning services?"

Session P6—Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health 2

Oral Session    |   10:15–11:45 am | Salon C5

Aparna Jain Associate II & Deputy Technical Director, Evidence Project

"Adolescent fertility in 12 Indepth sites in sub-Saharan Africa: Is change faster than envisioned?"

Session 138—Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health: Measurement and Methods

Oral Session    |   10:15–11:45 am | Joliet Room

Mark R. Montgomery Senior Associate

Discussant, Session 155—The Heat is On: Impacts of Heat on Early Life Outcomes

Poster Session    |   12:45–2:15 pm | Salon D

Karen Hardee Senior Associate & Project Director, The Evidence Project

"Are men well served by family planning programs?"

Session P8—Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health 1 

Poster Session    |   12:45–2:15 pm | Salon D

Kelsey Wright

"A study on how social accountability mechanisms influence FP/RH programs in Uganda"

Session P8—Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health 1 

Poster Session    |   12:45–2:15 pm | Salon D

Laura Reichenbach Senior Associate & Project Director, Breakthrough-Research

"'I have used it before. It is easy to collect': A qualitative exploration of oral contraceptive pill use among married women in Bangladesh" 

Session P8—Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health 1

Oral Session    |   2:45–4:15 pm | Salon A-5

Karen Hardee Senior Associate & Project Director, The Evidence Project

"Use of male methods of contraception worldwide"

Session 197—Patterns and Determinants of Contraceptive Use and Non-Use

Poster Session    |   2:45–4:15 pm | Salon C

Stephanie Psaki Deputy Director of the GIRL Center

"Do early childbearing and marriage contribute to loss of literacy skill by adolescent girls? Comparative analyses from Bangladesh, Malawi, and Zambia"

Session P9—Children and Youth; Education

Oral Session    |   2:45–4:15 pm | Williford C

Mark R. Montgomery Senior Associate

"Extreme-event disasters in Latin America: Lessons from Desinventar"

Session 202—UN Sustainable Development Goals: Frontiers in Measurement and Impact

Saturday, 29 April

Oral Session    |   9:00–10:30 am | Williford B

Stephanie Psaki Deputy Director of the GIRL Center

"Too soon to declare victory: The evidence for a girls' education transition in 43 countries"

Session 207—Education, Gender, and Inequality