7TH SHARE USER CONFERENCE, BLED, SLOVENIA, OCTOBER 5-7, 2022

FINAL CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

(UPDATED 3 OCTOBER 2022)

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5TH

 

13:00-14:00

Registration

 

Workshops:

 

14:00-16:00

Physical Activity Research Using the SHARE Accelerometry Study

Fabio Franzese, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA)

 

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

 

16:30-19:00

Machine Learning Approaches Using SHARE Data

Stephen Aichele, Colorado State University

 

19:30-21:00

Opening Reception

 

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6TH

 

9:00-9:45

Registration

9:45-10:45

Opening words

 

9:15-10:15

Opening plenary: Yuri Pettinichi, Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA) at the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy

»SHARE 2.0: On the future of SHARE«

 

10:45-11:15

Coffee Break

 

11:15-12:15

Parallel Sessions 1

 

Session 1a

Mental health and COVID-19

  • Omar Paccagnella, University of Padova (joint with Maria Iannario): Feeling of loneliness among the European elderly: changes during the COVID-19 waves

  • Anita Abramowska-Kmon, School of Economics, Warsaw (joint with Milena Chełchowska and Martin Piotrowski): Contact with other people and mental well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic

 

Session 1b

Methodological advances using SHARE data

  • Sophia Waldmann, Institute for Employment Research (IAB) (joint with Alexandru Cernat and Joseph W. Sakshaug): Interviewer Effects on the Measurement of Physical Performance in the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE)

  • Carlotta Montorsi, LISER, University of Luxembourg (joint with Philippe Van Kerm, Alessio Fusco and Stephane Bordas): Predicting depression in old age: combining life course data with machine learning

 

12:15-13:45

Lunch and Poster Session

 

13:45-15:45

Parallel Sessions 2

 

Session 2a

Analysing COVID-19 pandemic with SHARE data

  • Thomas Renaud, LEDa-LEGOS, Université Paris-Dauphine (joint with Louis Arnault and Florence Jusot): Does the COVID-19 pandemic threaten equity in healthcare use in Europe?

  • Elena Bassoli, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (joint with Agar Brugiavini): Care provision at the time of the COVID-19: who suffers the most?

  • Martina Celidoni, University of Padova (joint with Chiara Dal Bianco): Retirement pathways during the Covid-19 pandemic – evidence from SHARE

  • Elizaveta Pronkina, LEDa-LEGOS, Université Paris-Dauphine (joint with Inés Berniell, Yarine Fawaz, Anne Laferrère and Pedro Mira): COVID-19 Curtain: Can Past Communist Regimes Explain the Vaccination Divide in Europe?

 

Session 2b

Health and long-term care

  • Liili Abuladze, Estonian Institute for Population Studies, Tallinn University (joint with Elena Selezneva, Oxana Sinyavskaya and Luule Sakkeus): Associations with Self-Rated Health among Middle-Aged and Older Foreign-Origin Population Compared with Destination and Origin Populations

  • Aviad Tur-Sinai, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (joint with Netta Bentur and Giovanni Lamura): Reasons for Perceived Deterioration in Health Status Following the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-National Survey

  • Michail Chouzouris, University of Piraeus (joint with Antigone Lyberaki, Platon Tinios, Zafiris Valvis and Thomas Georgiadis): Informal care as a protective mechanism: Did the form of long term care received help the reaction to COVID-19?

  • Maud  Wieczorek, LIVES Center, University of Lausanne (joint with Clément Meier, Sarah Vilpert, Jürgen Maurer and Matthias Kliegel): Multiple chronic conditions and insufficient health literacy: evidence among older adults living in Switzerland

 

15:45-16:15

Coffee Break

 

16:15-17:45

Parallel Sessions 3

 

Session 3a

Wellbeing, economic and environmental effects

  • Ela Ostrovsky-Berman, Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute, Jerusalem (joint with Yitschak Shnoor and Shirli Resnizky): Changes in Subjective Well-Being in Elderly as a Result of Ongoing Life Changes: Do Country Characteristics matter?

  • Giacomo Pasini, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and Netspar (joint with Catarina Midões, Enrica De Cian, Malcolm Mistry and Sara Pesenti): New opportunities for understanding environmental risk and wellbeing

  • Viola Angelini, University of Groningen (joint with Irene Ferrari): The long-term effects of experienced macroeconomic shocks on wealth

 

Session 3b

Gender differences: care regimes, jobs and public pensions

  • Cassandra Simmons, European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research, Vienna (joint with Ricardo Rodrigues, Eszter Zolyomi, Selma Kadi and FutureGEN project consortium): Gender and care-regime-based discrepancies in reporting informal care within spousal care dyads

  • Dario Mustač, University of Zagreb (joint with Petra Međimurec and Ivan Čipin): Gender differences in job loss among older workers following the outbreak of COVID-19

  • Dave Knapp, University of Southern California (joint with Agar Brugiavini, Jinkook Lee, Drystan Phillips and Giacomo Rebellato): Determinants and Implications of Sex-Based Public Pension Income Disparities: A Cross-Country Analysis

 

18:00-19:00

Trip to the conference dinner and tour of Bled Castle

 

19:00-evening

Conference Dinner at the Bled Castle

 

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7TH

 

9:00-10:30

Contributed Session

 

Session 4

Causality and heterogeneous effects

  • Małgorzata Karolina Kozłowska, University of Warsaw: Lifetime Income Inequality: quantile treatment effect of retirement on the distribution of lifetime income

  • Louis Arnault, Université Paris Dauphine (joint with Julien Bergeot): Informal care and mental health: a story of unobserved heterogeneity

  • Andrej Srakar, Institute for Economic Research Ljubljana (joint with Boris Majcen and Tjaša Bartolj): Does Long-Term Care Provision Reduce Health Care Utilization? A Semiparametric Dynamic Panel Mediation Estimation

 

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

 

11:00-12:30

Parallel Sessions 5

 

Session 5a

Workplace and economic stress in times of COVID-19

  • Raluca Elena Buia, University Ca' Foscari Venice (joint with Agar Brugiavini, Irene Ferrari, Y. Gao and Irene Simonetti): Work Interruptions and Medium-Term Labour Market Outcomes of Older Workers During the Pandemic

  • Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak, Warsaw School of Economics (joint with Dorota Holzer-Żelażewska and Michał Taracha): Persistence of economic stress during the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Marco Bertoni, University of Padova (joint with Danilo Cavapozzi, Giacomo Pasini and Caterina Pavese): Remote working and mental health during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic

 

Session 5b

Loneliness, anxiety and personality types

  • George Pavlidis, Linköping University: Cross-national prevalence and the outcomes of objective and subjective states of exclusion from social relations in later life: Evidence from the 4th and 6th wave of SHARE

  • Rubini Pasupathy, Texas Tech University (joint with Courtney Queen): Applying Social Cognitive Theory to explore factors associated with anxiety among elderly Europeans during the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Antanas Kairys, Vilnius University (joint with Olga Zamalijeva and Jekaterina Navickė): Replication of resilient, overcontrolled and undercontrolled personality types using SHARE data

 

12:30-12:50

Closing words

 

12:50-14:00

Lunch

 

15:00-18:00

Optional visit to Bled Island (using traditional pletna boats)

 

18:00-18:45

Optional Bled city tour