Poster Session 6
Migration and Urbanization/Population, Development, and the Environment

Friday, May 1
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Indigo Ballrooms A-H
Level 2

2. Harmful or Helpful? School Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic Composition and the Educational Outcomes of Mexican Origin YouthElizabeth S. Ackert, University of Washington.

3. Characteristics of the Foreign-Born Population Working in the Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, and Hunting Industry: Analysis of the American Community Survey, 2009-2013Yesenia D. Acosta, U.S. Census Bureau; Eric B. Jensen, U.S. Census Bureau.

4. The Place-of-Birth Composition of Immigrants to the United States: 2000 to 2013Eric B. Jensen, U.S. Census Bureau; Anthony Knapp, U.S. Census Bureau; C. Peter Borsella, U.S. Census Bureau; Kathleen Nestor, U.S. Census Bureau.

5. The Effect of Linguistic Proximity on the Occupational Assimilation of ImmigrantsAlicia Adsera, Princeton University; Ana Ferrer, University of Waterloo.

6. Border Controls, Benefits, and Rights: How States Shape Migration Patterns in a World of Multiple Origins and DestinationsAlicia Adsera, Princeton University; John Palmer, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Mariola Pytlikova, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava.

8. The Impact of Variation in International Migration on U.S. Population ProjectionsDavid M. Armstrong, U.S. Census Bureau.

9. The Effect of Severe Natural Disaster on Fertility: Evidence from the 2010 Haiti EarthquakeJulia Behrman, New York University (NYU); Abigail Weitzman, New York University (NYU).

10. Long-Distance Relocations of One-Earner and Two-Earner Couples in Australia, Britain, Germany and Sweden: Intersections of Gender and Institutional ContextMaria Brandén, Stockholm University; Francisco Perales, University of Queensland; Philipp M. Lersch, University of Cologne.

11. Urbanization and the Challenges of Sustainable Transportation: A Developing Country PerspectiveYakubu A. Bununu, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia; Ahmad-Nazri Ludin, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia; Nafisa Hosni, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.

13. Contrasting Migration Effects with Remittance Effects on Child Growth Outcomes in NicaraguaJason Davis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

14. Shaming, Bribing or Facilitating: What Would It Take to Eliminate Open Defecation in India?Sonalde B. Desai, University of Maryland; Michael Paolisso, University of Maryland; Dirk Parham, University of Maryland; Dinesh Tiwari, National Council of Applied Economic Research.

15. Household Food Insecurity and Women’s Health in NepalNadia Diamond-Smith, University of California, San Francisco; Sheri Weiser, University of California, San Francisco.

16. Development through Assimilation and Integration? Evidence from Kazak Pastoral Sedentarization in Xinjiang, ChinaDing Fei, University of Minnesota; Chuan Liao, Cornell University.

17. Acculturation and Immigrant Health in Canada (2001 - 2005)Astrid Flénon, Université de Montréal; Alain Gagnon, Université de Montréal; Jennifer Sigouin, McGill University; Zoua M. Vang, McGill University.

18. Modeling the Impact of Migrant and Community Social Capitals on Rural to Urban MigrationWalker Frahm, University of Washington; Sara Curran, University of Washington.

19. State Variation in Life Expectancy and Its Relationship to Internal Migration in the United StatesDavid Frankenfield, University of Pennsylvania.

20. Gender Dimension of Food Security in India: Issues, Challenges and SolutionsTanya Gandhi, Maharshi Dayanand University.

21. Does Community Connection Vary between Different Segregated Neighborhoods?Joseph Gibbons, Colgate University.

22. Factors Influencing Household Cooking Fuel Choices in GhanaCharlotte Ofori, University of Ghana; Francis Nii-Amoo Dodoo, Pennsylvania State University and University of Ghana.

24. The Future of Infant Health and Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evaluating the Relative Importance of Changes in Socio-Economics versus ClimateKathryn Grace, University of Utah; Frank Davenport, University of California, Santa Barbara; Chris Funk, University of California, Santa Barbara.

25. Migration, Livelihood, and Energy Transition of Rural Farming HouseholdsSeung Yong Han, Arizona State University.

26. Modes of International Couple Migration and Ethnic Differences in Female Labor Force Attachment: Comparing Asian and Mexican Immigrants in the U.S.Qian He, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

27. Childhood Determinants of Internal Youth Migration in SenegalCatalina Herrera, Northeastern University; David E. Sahn, Cornell University and University of Auvergne.

28. The Effects of Network Composition and Community-Level Social Capital on Migrant Job-Search Techniques in the United StatesRichard Hong, University of California, Los Angeles.

29. Changing Contours of Suburban Poverty in Metropolitan Areas: A Demographic AnalysisXi Huang, Georgia State University and Georgia Institute of Technology; Rahul Pathak, Georgia State University.

31. Migration, the Unrest, and Gender in the Three Southernmost Provinces of ThailandAree Jampaklay, Mahidol University; Kathleen Ford, University of Michigan; Aphichat Chamratrithirong, Mahidol University.

32. The Impact of Partner Migration on Female Labor Force Participation in a New Sending Region in MexicoKristen Jeffers, University of Minnesota.

33. The Heterogeneity of Urbanization Patterns and Carbon EmissionsLeiwen Jiang, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR).

34. Global Regional Consistent Population/Urbanization Projections for Developing Socioeconomic ScenariosLeiwen Jiang, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR); Raphael Nawrotzki, University of Minnesota.

35. Is Occupational Licensing a Barrier to Interstate Migration?Janna E. Johnson, University of Minnesota; Morris Kleiner, University of Minnesota.

36. Exposure to Extreme-Heat in the United States: Historic Patterns, Drivers, and MortalityBryan Jones, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR); Gillian Dunn, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR).

38. Immigrant Context and Opportunity: New Destinations and Socioeconomic Attainment among Asians in the United StatesEunbi Kim, University of Pennsylvania; Chenoa A. Flippen, University of Pennsylvania.

40. Period and Cohort Measures of MigrationMartin Kolk, Stockholm University.

43. Preferences Constrained: Racial and Ethnic Variations in Parents’ Neighborhood Choice ConsiderationsAndrea G. Krieg, Bowling Green State University; Raymond R. Swisher, Bowling Green State University; Danielle C. Kuhl, Bowling Green State University; Jorge Chavez, Bowling Green State University.

44. The Life Course of the New Immigrant Middle Class: Boom or Bust?Laszlo J. Kulcsar, Kansas State University; Cristina Bradatan, Texas Tech University.

45. Labor Force Participation of Foreign Born Women, 1980-2012: Role of Cohort, Duration of Stay and Age at MigrationVeena S. Kulkarni, Arkansas State University; Xiaohan Hu, University of Maryland.

47. Children of Drought: Rainfall Shocks and Early Child Health in Rural IndiaSantosh Kumar, Sam Houston State University; Ramona Molitor, Universität Passau; Sebastian Vollmer, University of Göttingen.

49. Migration Patterns as a Contributing Factor to Teen Pregnancy in Five Rural Communities in California: Youth and Adult PerceptionsDiana Lara, University of California, San Francisco; Mara Decker, University of California, San Francisco; Claire Brindis, University of California, San Francisco.

50. Characteristics of Daytime Urban Commuters for 20 U.S. Cities: Gender, Work, and FamilyLynda L. Laughlin, U.S. Census Bureau; Peter Mateyka, U.S. Census Bureau; Charlynn Burd, U.S. Census Bureau.

51. Gendered Migration Strategies and Unauthorized Migrations: Senegalese Migration to EuropeMao-Mei Liu, Brown University.

52. You Eat What You Grow: Positive Links between Crop and Dietary Diversity in a Food-Limited CommunitySara Lopus, University of California, Berkeley.

54. Bringing Zoning into the Population ForecastRichard Lycan, Portland State University.

55. Emigration and Remittance Dependency Syndrome in Haiti: Analysis of Haitian Immigration to Santa Catarina, BrazilLuís Felipe Aires Magalhães, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP); Rosana Baeninger, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP).

56. Social Capital and Economic Integration. The Case of Immigrants to AustraliaNatalia C. Malancu, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Mathew J. Creighton, University of Massachusetts at Boston.

58. Elite Expatriates? The Diminishing Occupational Prestige of Americans in MexicoSamuel C. Mindes, Michigan State University.

59. Catching Up Left-Behind Children in China? Policy Analysis with Endogenous Migration DecisionsRebecca Myerson, University of Chicago.

60. Temperature and Well-Being in the U.S.: The Sub-Clinical Implications of Global WarmingClemens Noelke, Harvard University; Corsi Daniel, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute; Marcia Jimenez, Brown University; Ian Sue Wing, Boston University.

61. Migration as an Adaptive Response to Nationalism in Contemporary RussiaMichelle L. O'Brien, University of Washington.

62. Impacts of Rural - Urban Migration on Rural Household Living Standards in VietnamPhuong Pham, Pennsylvania State University; Thuy Ha, National Centre for Socio-Economic Information and Forecast.

63. Educational “When,” “Where,” and “How” Implications of In-State Resident Tuition Policies for Latino Undocumented ImmigrantsStephanie Potochnick, University of Missouri, Columbia.

64. Destabilization, Migration and Multiplication: Unintended Consequences of U.S. Foreign Policy in the AmericasSusana Quiros, Pennsylvania State University; Marta Tienda, Princeton University.

65. Patterns and Selectivities of Urban/Rural Migration in IsraelUzi Rebhun, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; David L. Brown, Cornell University.

66. The Link between Migration and the Intentions to Have Additional Children in MexicoRicardo R. R. Regules, El Colegio de México.

67. Understanding the Linkage between International and Internal Migration Process: A Study of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, IndiaArchana K. Roy, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Shailendra Singh, Banaras Hindu University.

68. Cross Border Ties and Arab American Mental HealthGoleen Samari, University of California, Los Angeles.

69. Measuring Household Food Security, Risk Factors and Coping Strategies among Rural Households in IndiaSanjit Sarkar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

70. Evaluating Population, Health, Environment Program Effectiveness: The Need for Stronger, Varied MethodsSamuel Sellers, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

71. Immigrant Visibility and Xenophobia in SwitzerlandShabnam Shenasi, University of California, Los Angeles.

72. Designing a Noise Mapping System Based on the Citizen Scientists’ Smartphone Sensor DataEunyoung Shim, Seoul National University; Youngtae Cho, Seoul National University; Hyekyung Woo, Seoul National University; Dohyeong Kim, University of Texas at Dallas.

73. Multidimensional Poverty and Inequality in the Post-Transitional, Rapidly Urbanizing Context of Ulaanbaatar, MongoliaGayatri Singh, World Bank Group; Gilvan R. Guedes, Cedeplar, UFMG.

74. Multiple Decrement Migration Table Revisited: Results from IndiaNalin Singh Negi, BBC Media Action.

76. Immigrants’ Geographic Mobility Is Higher than You Think: Evidence from FranceMatthieu Solignac, Sciences Po, Paris.

78. Regional Identity of Migrant Children in Southern China: Hukou Status and BeyondWenyang Su, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

80. Inequalities in Human Well-Being in the Urban Ganges Brahmaputra Delta: Implications for Sustainable DevelopmentSylvia Szabo, University of Southampton; Rituparna Hajra, Jadavpur University; Zoe Matthews, University of Southampton; Angela Baschieri, University of Southampton.

81. Home Is Where the Money Goes: Determinants and Impacts of Remittance Flows in the Ganges Brahmaputra and Mekong Delta RegionsSylvia Szabo, University of Southampton; Zoe Matthews, University of Southampton; W Neil Adger, University of Exeter.

82. Populations, Agriculture and Food Security in Ntoroko District, UgandaAsiimwe Taddeo, Department of Agriculture, Ntoroko District.

83. The Externalities of Human Capital on Rural-Urban Migration: Entrepreneurship or Migrant Networks?Huaqing Tan, Peking University; Yi Zhou, University of California, Berkeley.

84. Weather Shocks and Out-Migration in Indonesia: Exploring Heterogeneous EffectsBrian C. Thiede, Louisiana State University.

85. Why Immigrant Fertility in Norway Has DeclinedMarianne Tønnessen, Statistics Norway.

86. The Effect of Ethnic Density on Health: A Comparison of Vietnamese and Mexicans Living in Orange CountyBerna M. Torr, California State University, Fullerton; Eileen Walsh, California State University, Fullerton.

87. Low Immigrant Mortality in England and Wales: A Data Artefact?Matthew Wallace, University of Liverpool.

88. Does Low Mortality among Foreign-Born Immigrants in England and Wales Extend into Native-Born Migrants?Matthew Wallace, University of Liverpool.

89. Migration, Circulation, and Socioeconomic Change in South AfricaMichael J. White, Brown University; Yashas Vaidya, Brown University; Mark Collinson, University of the Witwatersrand; Carren Ginsburg, University of the Witwatersrand.

90. Return Migration during Armed ConflictNathalie Williams, University of Washington.

91. Gender, Migration, and Hukou Status Mobility during China’s Massive UrbanizationJun Xiang, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

92. Household and Community Socioeconomic and Environmental Determinant of Child Morbidity in India: A Multilevel Analysis of Pooled Data from Three Demographic and Health SurveyAwdhesh Yadav, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Ranjana Kesarwani, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

93. Acculturation and Physical Activity of U.S. Men: Evidence from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2003-2006Hua Zan, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Jessie X. Fan, University of Utah.

94. Monsoon Variability and Labor Allocation in Rural IndiaEsha Zaveri, Pennsylvania State University; David Abler, Pennsylvania State University; Karen Fisher-Vanden, Pennsylvania State University; Douglas H. Wrenn, Pennsylvania State University.

95. National Origin Differences in Major Asian Groups’ Spatial Assimilation in the United StatesWeiwei Zhang, Brown University.

96. Convergence to Population Stability: An Assessment of Demographic Potential of Indian StatesRaj Kumar Verma, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Faujdar Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

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