Population Association of America 2018 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.

Please join the Population Council at the sessions listed in the calendar below or visit our booth (no. 314) in the Exhibit Hall.


BOOTH EVENT—Meet the Editors

Friday, 27 April
9:45–11:00 am
Exhibit Hall, Booth no. 314


Population Council Speakers

Thursday, 26 April

Poster Session    |   8:00–9:30 am | Plaza Exhibit

Doaa Oraby

"Current status and opportunities for increased involvement of the private sector in the delivery of family planning services in Egypt" (abstract)

Session P1—Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health 1

Poster Session    |   8:00–9:30 am | Plaza Exhibit

Jessie Pinchoff Associate II; Co-Lead of Population, Environmental Risks, and the Climate Crisis Initiative

"A randomized evaluation: The impact of an interpersonal communication intervention on knowledge and uptake of the woman's condom in urban Zambia" (abstract)

Session P1—Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health 1

Oral Session    |   10:30 am–12:00 pm | Plaza Ballroom E

Karen Austrian Director, GIRL Center

"She expects you to feed her and dress her, but the school girl, you only have to buy her chips: The role of financial and material exchange in young men’s selection of sexual partners in urban Kenya" (abstract)

Session 25—Adolescent Sexual Behavior and Contraceptive Use

Poster Session    |   4:30–6:00 pm | Plaza Exhibit

Nicole Haberland Senior Associate

"A systematic review of adolescent girl program implementation in low and middle-income countries: Evidence gaps and lessons learned" (abstract)

Session P5—Health and Mortality 1

Friday, 27 April

Oral Session    |   8:15–9:45 am | Plaza Court 6

John Bongaarts Distinguished Scholar

"The links between women's employment and children at home: Regional variations in low and middle-income countries" (abstract)

Session 112—Education and Employment Outcomes in Developing Countries

Oral Session    |   8:15–9:45 am | Plaza Court 5

Jessie Pinchoff Associate II; Co-Lead of Population, Environmental Risks, and the Climate Crisis Initiative

"High-risk urbanization: Variation in urban population growth across flood and drought prone regions of India, 1990–2014" (abstract)

Session 114—Extreme Events and Health Risks

Oral Session    |   8:15–9:45 am | Plaza Court 5

Mark R. Montgomery Senior Associate

"Extreme-event disasters in poor countries: Lessons from Desinventar" (abstract)

Session 114—Extreme Events and Health Risks

Saturday, 28 April

Oral Session    |   1:00–2:30 pm | Plaza Ballroom D

Kelly Hallman Senior Associate

"Beyond boyfriends and sugar daddies: Ascertaining Sexual Relationship Types (ASERT) among poorly-educated girls and young women in Tanzania" (abstract)

Session 236—Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health