Villa Vigoni 2018

13th Conference “Social Monitoring and Reporting in Europe” Inequalities, Fairness and Solidarity Across Generations – Measurement and Analysis

Villa Vigoni Conference, October 15-17, 2018

Programme                                                                                                               Back to all conferences

Monday, October 15
Afternoon   Arrival of participants  
19:00   Reception & Dinner. Welcome by Dr. Christiane Liermann, Acting Secretary General of Villa Vigoni  
Tuesday, October 16
9:00 – 10:45 Session I.    Chair: Heinz-Herbert Noll (formerly GESIS, Mannheim)
  Heinz-Herbert Noll  Welcome and Introduction to the Conference Presentation
  Martin Kohli (Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences) Inequality in Aging Societies: Generation, Age, Class? Presentation
  Pieter Vanhuysse (University of Southern Denmark, Odense) Pro-Elderly Welfare States within Child-Oriented Societies: Evidence and Policies for Europe Presentation
  Loukas Stemitsiotis (European Commission, Brussels) Intergenerational Fairness Presentation
10:45 – 11:15   Coffee Break  
11:15 – 12:45 Session II.   Chair: Rob Bijl (Netherlands Institute for Social Research, The Hague)
  Bettina Isengard, Ronny König, Marc Szydlik (University of Zurich) Firstborn, Sandwich Child, and Nestling: Birth Order Fairness and Inequality in Intergenerational Solidarity in Europe Presentation
  Francesco Bloise (Università La Sapienza, Roma), Franco Bonomi Bezzo (University of Essex), Michele Raitano (Università La Sapienza, Roma) Mechanisms of Intergenerational Inequality: evidence from PIAAC Presentation
    General discussion morning sessions  
13:00 – 14:30   Lunch  
14:30 – 15:30 Session III.   Chair: Filomena Maggino (Sapienza University Rome)
  Laura Ravazzini, Christian Suter (University of Neuchâtel) Intergenerational Material Well-Being: including wealth into the measurement of monetary poverty Presentation
  Daiva Skuciene, Ausra Cizauskaite and Romas Lazutka (University of Vilnius) An Impact of Social Security Benefits on Income Inequality and Poverty over Life-Course in Baltic States Presentation
15:30 – 16:00   Coffee Break  
16:00 – 17:45 Session IV.   Chair: István György Tóth (Tárki, Budapest)
  Jean-Marie Jungblut (Eurofound, Dublin) Together or Divided We Stand? Generational gaps in quality of life and societal fairness Presentation
  Eduardo Bericat (University of Seville) Intergenerational Inequalities in Emotional Well-Being in Europe: are young people as happy as elderly? Presentation
  Alberto Arcagni, Marco Fattore (University of Milano-Bicocca), Filomena Maggino (University La Sapienza) Comparing Well-Being Across Ages and Regions in Italy: a new “non-aggregative” procedure for ranking on multi-indicator systems Presentation
    General discussion afternoon session  
19:30   Dinner  
Wednesday, October 17
9:15 – 10:15 Session V.   Chair: Peter Farago (formerly FORS, Lausanne)  Recent Developments in European Social Monitoring and Reporting
  Bernhard Hammer (Vienna Institute of Demography) European National Transfer Accounts Presentation
  Peter Krause (German Institute for Economic Research, Berlin) (Partial) Economic Deprivation and Wealth in EU-Countries Presentation
10:15 – 11:15 Session VI.   Chair: Christian Suter (University of Neuchâtel)   The Current State of Social Monitoring and Reporting in Europe
  Discussion introduced by István György Tóth (Tárki, Budapest)   Presentation
11:15 – 11:45   Coffee Break  
11:45 – 12:45   Business Meeting    Chair: Heinz-Herbert Noll (formerly GESIS)  
    Future Plans  
13:00   Lunch and Departure