2018 - Cost Action IS1409, November 22nd/23rd
Conference Programme

     

 

Day 1 - Thursday, 22 November 2018

 

 

09.00


Welcome: Mairead McGuinness -
Vice President of the European Parliament.

 

ILAS Auditorium, Institute for Lifecourse & Society, NUI Galway

 

 

09.15-09.30


Overview by Action Chair

 

Dr. Áine Ni Léime, NUI Galway.

 

 

09.30-10.30

 

 

 

Keynote 1- ILAS Auditorium, Institute for Lifecourse & Society, NUI Galway

 

Introduction: Professor Anne Scott, Vice President for Equality and Diversity, NUI Galway

 

Dame Professor Carol Black

Principal,

Newnham College Cambridge,

Expert Adviser on Health and Work to NHS England and Public Health England

 

Women’s working lives

 

Chair: Dr. Áine Ní Léime, Chair, COST Action IS1409

 

 

10.30-11.00

 

Break

 

 

Parallel Sessions                             Paper  Session 1 & 2

 

 

11.00-12.30

 

Session 1

 

 

Session 2

 

 

Room

 

Chairs

 

 

 

Auditorium

 

Clary Krekula

Karlstad University, Sweden

Martina Rasticova

Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic

 

Room G006

 

Jeroen Spijker,
Centre for Demographic Studies, Spain

 

 

11.00-12.30

 

Age based privilege relations in work organizations

 

 

ABPR1.1

Clary Krekula

Temporal Norms and Job Mobility in Extended Working Life

 

 

ABPR 1.2

Martina Rasticova

The gender and age differences in economic sectors – evidence from selected European countries

 

ABPR1.3

Nathalie Burnay

Age discrimination in a context of temporary work

 

 

 

Employment and Care


EC1.1

Anna Urbaniak

Negotiating women’s working life in caring for old people in a Polish cultural context.

 

 

EC1.2

Ilona Matysiak

Retirees as organizers of care provision in nonmetropolitan areas in the US: the case of Share Care in the Leelanau County, Michigan

 

EC1.3

Pedro Perista

Time-use and articulation of working, family and personal life in the provision of care to the elderly

 

 

 

 

 

Employment and Gender

 

 

 

EG1.1

Patricia Vendramin

A gender perspective on older workers’ employment and working conditions

 

 

EG1.2

Sinisa Zrinscak

Extending working life and gender: Croatian stakeholders’ narratives

 

 

EG1.3

Nathan Hudson-Sharp

‘Til work do us part?’ – Domestic relationships in extended working life households

 

 

EG1.4

Barbara Haas
The mismatch between actual and preferred work and working hours

Advances in understanding employment and time constraints in the ‘rush hour of life’ and in the ‘late career phase’.

 

EG1.5

Maya Staub

How does gender, age and family dynamics influence people’s career path development?

 

EG1.6

Nurka Pranjic

Does Aging and Gender differences have impact to Work Ability Index in a Cohort of Employees in Public Service: Pilot International Survey Study

 

 

12.30-1.15

 



Lunch (poster viewing)

 

 

 

1.15-2.45

 

Moderator:

 

Prof. Alan Ahearne

 

 

 

 

Research into Policy Roundtable


ILAS Auditorium, Institute for Lifecourse & Society, NUI Galway

 

 

Welcome Address:       Andrew Nugent, Irish Pensions Authority

 

Panelists:

National Women’s Council of Ireland:
Orla O’Connor

Age Action: Gerard Scully

Eurofound:  Robert Anderson

Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: Robert Nicholson

Irish Congress of Trade Unions: Liam Berney

 

2.45-3.00

 

Break

 

 

3.00-4.00

 

Keynote 2- ILAS Auditorium, Institute for Lifecourse & Society, NUI Galway


Per Jenson
Professor of Social Policy
Centre for Comparative Welfare Studies
Aalborg University, Denmark

 

Why does labor force participation among older workers increase dramatically in Europe?

Chair: Professor Debra Street, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA

 

 

4.00-5.30                                              Paper Session 3 & 4

 

 

 

 

 

Session 3

 

 

Session 4

 

Room

 

Chair

 

 

 

Auditorium


Nata Duvvury
NUI Galway

 

 

Room G006


Monika Bediova

Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic

 

4.00-5.30

 

Employment and Care

 

EC1.4

Marco Socci

Does work status impact on mental and physical health of informal caregivers of older people with dementia? Results from the UP-TECH longitudinal study

 

Employment and Gender

 

EG2.1

Katharina Sarter & Orly Benjamin

Job-quality and Equality in Public Procurement (JoQuEPP).

 

 

EG2.2

Aine Ni Leime

Working later in the US and Ireland: Implications for precariously and securely employed women

 

EG2.3

Wouter De Tavernier

Extending working lives in Denmark: a company perspective

 

EG 2.4

Jim Ogg

The influence of family and professional lifecourse histories on economic activity among older French workers

 

 

Knowledge based policy development

 

KBPD1.2

Anna Pilkova

Similarities and Difference in Senior, Youth and Women Entrepreneurship in the European Regions and Policy Implications

 

 

Employment and Health

 

EH. 3.1

Maria Fleischmann
How are retirement and mental health related? The relevance of psychosocial working conditions: a prospective study of British Civil Servants

 

 

EH3.2

Rita Neves

Exploring precarious work and unemployment in late career among European women as risk factors for depression: the role of extended working lives and the gender regime

 

 

EH3.3

Chiara Ardito – Presented by Maria Fleischmann

To work or not to work? The effect of higher pension age on cardiovascular health

 

EH3.4

Israel Luski

Bridge Employment and Well-being in Older Age

 

EH3.5

Murat Mercan

The relationship between a husband's weight gain and his wife's working hours in the United States

 

        

 

Gender Health & Employment

 

GHE1.1

Laura Airey/Sarah Vickerstaff
Feeling precarious: Older women’s experiences of precarity in the intersecting domains of family, employment and the welfare state

 

 

6.00pm

 

Conference Reception

 

 

Day 2 - Friday, 23 November 2018

 

 

09.30-10.30

 

Chair:

 

Prof. Kieran Walsh,

NUI Galway

 

Keynote 3 – ILAS Auditorium, Institute for Lifecourse & Society, NUI Galway

Professor Chris Phillipson,
Professor of Sociology and Social Gerontology
The University of Manchester

United Kingdom

 

Fuller' or 'extended' working lives: Critical perspectives on changing transitions from work to retirement

 

 

10.30-10.50

 

Break

 

 

10.50-12.20


Paper  Session 5 & 6

 

 

Session

 

Session 5

 

 

Session 6

 

Room

 

Chair

 

 

Auditorium

 

Sinisa Zrinscak
University of Zagreb, Croatia

 

 

Room G006

 

Daniela Tatiana Soitu
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Romania

 

10.50-12.20

Gender, Health & Employment

 

 

GHE2.1

Julie Rochut

Which factors influence premium deferred retirement decision?

 

  

GHE2.2

Michaela Gstrein presented by Laura Romeo Gordo 

Which factors impact on work likelihood in older age?

 

  

GHE2.4

Belinda Steffan
Insights into older workers’ experiences of weight bias: a selection, optimisation, and compensation lens.

 

GHE2.5

Murat Mercan

The Relationship between Assortative Mating and Health

 

GHE2.6

Sarah Vickerstaff

Internalized ageism: female older workers and narratives about health, age and decline

 

Gender, Health & Employment

 

 

GHE3.1

Alison Herbert

Rural women at mid-life: exploring the intersections between gender, health and work

 

 

GHE3.2

Petroula Mavrikiou/ Jolanta Pivoriene

Extending working life in Cyprus and Lithuania: comparative analysis from gender, health and employment perspectives

 

 

GHE3.3

Nicky Le Feuvre

Mapping the Retirement Aspirations of Older Workers in Comparative Perspective

 

 

Pension, Health & Gender

 

PHG1.1

Dinali Wijeratne

Working Beyond Retirement; Irish citizens’ perspectives on longer working lives

 

 

PHG1.2

Laura Romeu Gordo

Employment biographies, pension and health: an international comparison

 

PHG1.3

Monika Bediova

Factors Influencing Early Retirement of Seniors in the Czech Republic

 

12.20-1.45

 

Room

 

Chair

 

Session 7

 

ILAS Auditorium

 

Jim Ogg
Caisse Nationale d'Assurance Vieillesse (CNAV), Paris

 

 

 

 

Pension, Health & Gender

 

PHG2.1

Jonas Radl

How does knowledge on societal ageing affect attitudes towards welfare state reform? Evidence from a survey experiment in Germany, Spain and the United States

 

PHG2.3

Nicky Le Feuvre

Stalled Pension Reforms in the Swiss Context: a Window onto a Contested Gender Regime

 

 

PHG2.4

Marian Holienka

Pension regimes in Europe: killers or boosters of senior entrepreneurship?

 

PHG2.5

Merita Xhumari

Pension’s reforms and the labour markets in Western Balkans

 

PHG2.6

Jiří Černý

Changes of the factors influencing retirement preferences over time 

 

 

 

1.45-2.30

 

Lunch (Poster Viewing)

 

2.30-3.30

Chair:

 

Professor

Sarah Vickerstaff
University of Kent, UK

 

 


Keynote 4 – Joint Session

Professor Fiona Alpass
Professor of Psychology
, Massey University,
New Zealand

“Maximising Workforce Participation for Older New Zealanders”

Dr Elizabeth Brooke
Senior Research Fellow,
 The University of Melbourne, Australia

'Making the most of health to extend Australian women’s working lives'

 

 

3.30-4.00

 

Chair:

Dr. Áine

Ní Leime

NUI Galway

 

Cross COST Action Session  - ILAS Auditorium

 

(Ageism, ROSEnet, Genderewl)

 

Kieran Walsh - ROSEnet

 

Sarah Vickerstaff  - Genderewl

 

Sigurveig Sigurðardóttir – Ageism

 

 

4.00

 

Rapporteur (Prof. Debra Street, State University of New York at Buffalo, U.S.A)

 

 

4.30

 

Conference close

 

 

The full conference programme is available here