Conference of the the Institute of Gerontology, Vechta University, 01.09.2022
Robert Heidemann on behalf of the IN-CARE Team: „IN-CARE: Inequalities in care and wellbeing in Europe: Selected findings.“
European Health Economics Association (EuHEA0 Conference 2022), Oslo 07.07.2022
Irdes-Dauphine Applied Health Economics and Policy Evaluation(AHEPE) 8th Workshop, Paris, 23.06.2022
Japan Economics Association (JEA) 2022 Spring Meeting, online, May 2022
Keio Applied Economics Workshop, Keio University, April 2022
WINPEC Research Seminar, Waseda University, February 2022
Rong Fu, Dung Le, and Yoko Ibuka: “The impact of contracting formal care on informal care provision and caregiver well-being: evidence from Japan.”
Japanese Economic Association (JEA) Spring Meeting 2022, online, 29.05.2022
Dung Le and Yoko Ibuka: „Understanding the Effects of Informal Caregiving on Health and Well-being: Heterogeneity and Mechanisms.“
GSA 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting, online, 11.11.2021
Nekehia T. Quashie, Karen Glaser, Martina Brandt, and Ginevra Floridi: „Partner care arrangements and older Europeans‘ well-being: Variation by gender and context“
The 16 Annual Conference of Japan Health Economics Association (JHEA), online, 04.09.2021
Dung Le, Nekehia T. Quashie, Martina Brandt, Yoko Ibuka: „Wealth-related inequalities in physical and cognitive impairments and macro relationships with the inequalities: a comparative study across Japan and Europe.“
International Health Economics Association (IHEA) Congress 2021, online, 13.07.2021
Dung LE and Yoko Ibuka: „The heterogeneous impact of informal caregiving on female caregivers’ well-being in Japan.“
Transforming Care Network 2021, online, 24.06.2021
Ellen Verbakel, Karen Glaser, Yasmina Amzour, and Martina Brandt: „Indicators of familism and defamilisation in long-term care: A theoretical overview and introduction of macro-level indicators“
Ginevra Floridi, Ludovico Carrini, and Karen Glaser: „Socio-economic inequalities in home-care use across regional long-term care systems in Europe“
Martina Brandt, Judith Kaschowitz, and Nekehia T. Quashie: „Socioeconomic inequalities in the wellbeing of informal caregivers across Europe“
Jens Abbing, Bianca Suanet, and Marjolein Broese van Groenou: „Socio-economic inequality in long-term care: A comparison of three time periods in the Netherlands
Population Association of America (PAA) 2021, online, 06.05.2021
Nekehia T. Quashie, Martina Brandt, Ginevra Floridi, and Karen Glaser: „Partner care arrangements and well-being in mid- and later life: The role of gender across care contexts“
European Sociological Association’s Research Network on Ageing in Europe (RN01) Midterm conference, online, 20.01.2021
Martina Brandt, Judith Kaschowitz, and Nekehia T. Quashie: „Socioeconomic inequalities in the wellbeing of informal caregivers across Europe
Socioeconomic Inequalities in Care Use and Provision Across Countries and Over Time: Presenter Discussion, Symposium, GSA 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting. Online, 06.11.2020.
Ginevra Floridi: Socioeconomic Inequalities in Care Receipt at Older Ages: A Comparative European Study.
Nekehia Quashie: Socioeconomic Inequalities in Informal Care Provision and Its Consequences for Well-Being Across Europe.
Yoko Ibuka: Socioeconomic Status and Long-Term Care Provision to Parents in Japan.
Jens Abbing: Socioeconomic Inequality in Long-Term Care: A Comparison of Three Time Periods in the Netherlands.
Individual presentations are On-Demand and can be accessed until December 31st, 2020 via the online meeting website.
Ginevra Floridi, Ludovico Carrino, Karen Glaser: Inequality within Social Care Systems. Research Briefing, Global Affairs, King’s College London. Online, 12.10.2020
Toru Tsuboya: Medical/care resources in community and achieving death at home: empirical quantitative analysis in Japan. 11th International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics Asia/Oceania Regional Congress, Taipei, Taiwan, 23.-27.10.2019
Nekehia Quashie, Martina Brandt, Christian Deindl: Social Inequalities in Support Patterns Between Multiple Generations in Europe Over Time. 14th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Manchester, United Kingdom, 21.08.2019