The Harvard Pop Center and the Program on the Global Demography of Aging are pleased to sponsor a Friday Luncheon Seminar series focused on salient issues in population health, demography, and economics. These informal gatherings serve as opportunities for researchers to garner important feedback from others working in similar areas.
We offer a mix of presentations – from standard research dissemination from Pop Center members to work-in-progress sessions by junior scholars to research methodology seminars by our staff.
Sessions are scheduled on Fridays from 12:30 – 1:30 at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, 9 Bow Street, Cambridge, unless otherwise noted. Lunch is provided.
Spring 2016 Schedule
February 5 — The Effects of a Universal Child Care Reform on Child Health – Evidence from Sweden presented by Bettina Siflinger, Visiting Scientist, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
February 12 — Twins and Maternal Mortality presented by Raphael Guber, Visiting Graduate Student, Munich Center for the Economics of Aging and Max Planck Society
February 19 — The dynamics of aging in Africa: HAALSI pilot results from South Africa, Tanzania and Ghana presented by Livia Montana, Research Scientist, Harvard Center for Population & Development Studies
February 26 — TBA
March 4 — Title TBA presented by Jessica Perkins
March 11 — Title TBA presented by Neha Bairoliya, Principal Analyst, Research Core Staff, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
April 8 — Title TBA presented by F. Xavier Gomez-Olive, Bell Fellow, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
April 15 — Building Collaboration around Food Waste: A Qualitative Analysis presented by Angie Boyce, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholar, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
April 22 — Title TBA presented by Juli Simon Thomas, Bell Fellow, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
April 29 — Title TBA presented by Collin F. Payne, Bell Fellow, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
May 13 — Visiting Professor
All faculty and students are invited to attend. If you would like to present at a Friday lunch session, please contact Panka Deo.