Presenters, discussants, chairs and session organizers must register for the conference. All presenting authors must pre-register for the conference by January 27 to confirm their intention to attend and present. Members receive a preferred rate for annual meeting registration, and all participants are strongly encouraged to join. Learn more about PAA membership online.
Online submissions will be made through MiraSmart this year and will open on August 12, 2019. Authors are asked to submit both: a) a short abstract (150 words); and b) either an extended abstract (2-4 pages, including tables) or a completed paper. You may modify your submissions at any time until September 29, 2019.
For complete and up-to-date contact information for all session organizers please visit the PAA 2020 meeting website at http://paa2020.populationassociation.org. (Link will be live once submissions open.)
The 4th Annual Population Health Science Research Workshop, organized by CHIBE and LDI, is designed to bring together scholars from economics, epidemiology, demography, sociology and related disciplines to present papers on topics related to population health. The workshop will prioritize rigorous empirical work on methodological or content frontiers of population health research. Theoretical work but should be linked to an empirical application. The workshop is designed to identify and push the cutting edge in population health science. See PHS2016, PHS2017, and PHS2018 workshop programs for examples. For more information about this workshop check out the Call for Papers and Atheendar Venkataramani's Twitter thread.
Perry World House is launching a call for applications designed to encourage collaboration between Penn faculty and Perry World House. Specifically, Perry World House is seeking applications from Penn standing faculty members from any school or department to create a workshop that will advance knowledge and policy engagement in the global space. Workshops should be 1-2 days and PWH can provide support up to $20,000. We are especially, but not exclusively, interested in applications that fit within one of Perry World House’s two research themes.
On May 14 and 15, 2020, The University of Utah’s Asia Center and Department of Sociology will sponsor a mini-conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, for social scientists researching migration and immigrant incorporation in Asia and overseas Asian populations. Through this conference we seek to advance knowledge in the field by bringing together communities of scholars, such as Demographers, Sociologist members of ASA’s Asia and Asian America Section and the Section on International Migration, as well as international scholars in the Asian Population Association and other professional communities. Read the Call for Papers.