Friday, July 22 / 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM   •   Salle Olympe de Gouges

Session 118:
The demography of conflict and violence

Chair: Helge Brunborg, Statistics Norway

  1. The impact of violence on fertility: Cambodia during and after the Khmers RougesPatrick Heuveline, University of Chicago ; Bunnak Poch, University of Chicago

  2. Incidence of cardiovascular disease and exposures in wartime, Beirut 1984-1994Mary Deeb, American University of Beirut ; Haroutune Armenian, Johns Hopkins University

  3. The partition of India: new demographic estimates of associated population changeKenneth H. Hill, Johns Hopkins University ; William Seltzer, Fordham University ; Jennifer Leaning, Harvard University ; Sharon Stanton Russell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology ; Saira J. Malik, Harvard University

  4. The legacy of the Khmer Rouge period and its aftermath: the case of Cambodia's elderlyZachary Zimmer, Population Council ; John Knodel, University of Michigan ; Sovan Kiry Kim, Royal Phnom Penh University ; Sina Puch, Royal Phnom Penh University

  5. Demographic consequences of conflict: methods and results of two surveys (Kosovo 1999 - Burundi 2002)Christophe Bergouignan, IEDUB ; Chantal Blayo, Institut d'Etudes Démographiques de l'Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux IV(IEDUB)

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