Saturday, November 19 / 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM

Session 179
Escaping the Bad? Demographic Consequences and Migration Outcomes

Chair: Mary Louise Nagata, Francis Marion University

1. Long-Term Demographic Consequences of Growing up in Bad Times: Evidence from Early Modern JapanHao Dong, Peking University; Satomi Kurosu, Reitaku University.

2. Gender Differences in the Sociodemographic and Contextual Determinants of U.S. Migration from Sweden, 1891-1910Jonas Helgertz, University of Minnesota/Lund University; Martin Dribe, Lund University; Björn Eriksson, Lund University.

3. Socioeconomic Differences in Risk of Migration in Rural and Urban Areas of Northern Sweden during Industrialization, 1900-1950Samuel Sundvall, Umeå University, Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies.

4. Demographic Responses to Economic and Household Conditions in Tokugawa Japan: Evidence from Three Northeastern Villages, 1708-1870Noriko Tsuya, Keio University; Satomi Kurosu, Reitaku University.

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