SHARE User Conference 2019 in Budapest, Hungary
The Survey of Health, Ageing, and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) will hold its 6th User Conference jointly with the Budapest Pension Seminar in Budapest, Hungary, on 19-20 September 2019. The conference theme is
Understanding Ageing Societies.
Demographic change is and will remain to be one of the major challenges for European societies. The SHARE survey data is a unique tool to explore, describe and understand ageing and the lives of people in ageing societies from an international perspective and by involving researchers from different scientific fields.
We invited papers using SHARE data on all research areas covered in SHARE, ranging from Health, to Work and Retirement, Pensions, Income and Wealth, Health care, Family and Social Networks, to Survey Methodology. We explicitly invited contributions that make use of the longitudinal dimension of the SHARE data, combine SHARE data with data from an associated study (ELSA, HRS, JSTAR, CHARLS, etc.), or highlight recent findings of SHARE. The joint conference aims at bringing SHARE users from multiple disciplines and countries together to discuss ongoing research projects.
There will be no conference fee; however, travel and accommodation should be covered by the participants themselves.
Viola Angelini - Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Groningen
Aniko Bíró - Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Johanna Bristle - Senior Researcher, MEA, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy
Thorsten Kneip - Academic Coordinator, MEA, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy
Peter Lugtig - Associate Professor, Department of Methods and Statistics, Utrecht University
Michal Myck - Director of the Centre for Economic Analysis, Institute of Labor Economics
Nadine Reibling - Junior Research Group Leader, Department of Social Sciences, University of Siegen
Annette Scherpenzeel - International Coordinator of SHARE, MEA, MPI for Social Law and Social Policy
Ella Schwartz - Senior Researcher, Israel Gerontological Data Center, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Šime Smolić - Assistant Professor, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb
A printed version will be handed out to the participants at the conference.
Visit the conference website here.