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Tuesday 4 October 2011

(last update: October 2011)

2011

7-10 Sept. 2011 European Sociological Association 10th conference, Geneva, Switzerland Communication: “Do Transitions to Adulthood Converge in Europe? An Optimal Matching Analysis of Work-Family Trajectories of Young Adults from 20 European Countries” (with A.-S. Cousteaux, F. Chanvril et V. Le Hay)

2-3 Sept. 2011 RCN Workshop, Lausanne, Switzerland Communication: “Differences in time use between married and cohabiting couples” (with Suzanne Bianchi, Tiziana Nazio et Sara Raley)

12-13 Aug. 2011 Measurement and Experimentation in the Social Sciences (MESS) Workshop, Oisterwijk, Netherlands Communication: “ELIPSS: A New Mobile Web Panel for Social Scientists”

1-3 Aug. 2011 Conference of the International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR), Oxford, UK Communications: “Work schedules in France, UK, Finland and Spain, 1998-2003” (with Man Yee Kan) and “Trends in sunday’s work: Regulation in Europe” (with Jean-Yves Boulin)”

13-14 May 2011 Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS) 25th anniversary, University of Groningen Invited communication: “Off-scheduling within dual-earner couples: an unequal and negative externality for family time”

31 March-2 April 2011 Population Association of America annual meeting, Washington Poster (with A.-S. Cousteaux, F. Chanvril et V. Le Hay) : “Do Transitions to Adulthood Converge in Europe? An Optimal Matching Analysis of Work-Family Trajectories of Young Adults from 20 European Countries”

11 March 2011 GRESCO seminar, University of Poitiers Communication: “La famille désarticulée. Les nouvelles contraintes de l’emploi du temps”

7 March 2011 Sociology department, University of Oxford Communication (with Man Yee Kan): “Working schedules in UK, France, Finland and Spain 1998-2003”


2010

2-3 Dec. 2010 Workshop Life Event History Calendar Advances and Issues in Questionnaire Design and Implementation, Université de Lausanne Communication: “Time Use Surveys”

1st Oct. 2010 Doctoral seminar of the Centre de sociologie des organisations (CSO, CNRS & Sciences Po), Paris Communication: “La famille désarticulée. Les nouvelles contraintes de l’emploi du temps”

10-11 Sept. 2010 RCN network workshop, Madrid Communication : “Time Use Surveys”

6-10 July 2010 International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR), Paris, France Communication: “Working time schedules in Finland 1999-2000” (with Man Yee Kan)

12 Feb. 2010 Seminar of the Observatoire Sociologique du Changement (Sciences Po & CNRS). Presentation of La famille désarticulée


2009

1-2 Dec. 2009 European consortium for sociological research (ECSR), “Changing societies in the context of European Union enlargement”, Paris Communication: “Work time and social position in France and the UK” (with Man Yee Kan)

19 Nov. 2009 Seminar of sociology of the Centre for Research on Economics and Statistics (CREST-INSEE), Paris Communication: “La famille désarticulée. Les nouvelles contraintes de l’emploi du temps”.

15-16 Oct. 2009 QMSS 2 Seminar “Advances in Fertility and Family Research”, Groningen, Netherlands. Communication: “Transition to Adulthood: An Optimal Matching Analysis of Work-Family Trajectories of Young Adults from 20 European countries”, with Flora Chanvril, Anne-Sophie Cousteaux, Viviane Le Hay, and Cécile Vandevelde

23-25 September 2009 International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR), Lüneburg, Germany Communication: “Comparing Working Time Patterns of France 1998-99 and UK 2000-01: Results from Two-stage Optimal Matching Analyses” (with Man Yee Kan)

7-9 September 2009 10th congress of the French Political Science Association (AFSP), Grenoble ST 13, with Thibaut de Saint Pol: “Décrire les données séquentielles en sciences sociales avec les méthodes d’appariement optimal”

27-28 August 2009 Workshop “Economic and Social Arrangements in couple relationships: Change and continuity from an international perspective”, Utrecht, Netherlands Organized by Anne-Rigt Poortman and Tanja van der Lippe. Invited. Communication: “Dual-earner families’ time together and the family workday”

14-17 April 2009 3rd congress of the French Sociological Association (AFS), Paris RT 33, with Thibaut de Saint Pol: “Statut social et semaine de travail en France”

RT 20, with Man Yee Kan: “Typologies empiriques de données séquentielles en sciences sociales : quelles méthodes pour quelles données ?”

23-25 March 2009 Xth Journées de Méthodologie Statistique, INSEE, Paris Communication with Thibaut de Saint Pol: “Décrire des données séquentielles en sciences sociales : panorama des méthodes existantes” (available online on the JMS website: presentation, paper)

Associated paper (available online), with Thibaut de Saint Pol: “Décrire des données séquentielles en sciences sociales : mise en pratique des Méthodes d’Appariement Optimal”


2008

12-15 May CNRS summer school "Les ’carrières’ - usages descriptifs, théoriques et sociaux d’une notion", Aussois, France. Invited speaker. Lecture on the use of sequence analysis in the social sciences and tutorial class on how to apply sequence analysis using TDA and SAS

1-3 March 2008 Workshop of the Centre for time use research, University of Oxford, UK Invited. Communication: “The timing of everyday life”


2007

29-30 Nov. 2007 Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Department of sociologie, Brussels Invited talk at the departmental seminar: “Using optimal matching to analyze the timing of daily life” and “Off-scheduling within dual-earner couples: an unequal and negative externality for family time”

21 Nov. 2007 Workshop on the transformation of work and family, organized by the Goeuthe-Institut of Torino, the French Cultural Centre of Torino, and the University of Torino, Italy Invited. Communication: “Off-scheduling within dual-earner couples: an unequal and negative externality for family time”

17-19 Oct. 2007 International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR), Washington DC, USA. Communications: “The scheduling of work over the week” (with Thibaut de Saint Pol), “Using optimal matching in Stata and Sas to analyze the timing of daily life”, “Individual and couple work schedules: an australia-france comparison” (with James Rice), and “Harmonising leisure time across society and family” (with James Rice). Chair of the session on “Alternative Measures of Time Use”

28-29 Sept. 2007 IVth History and Computer science workshop, “l’informatique et l’utilisation des statistiques par les historiens”, ENS LSH, Lyon. Invited talk: “Décrire les rythmes sociaux avec les méthodes d’appariement optimal”

10-11 Sept. 2007 Workshop on Sequence Analysis and the Social Sciences, WZB Berlin. Invited talk: “Using optimal matching and Stata to analyze social rhythms”

3-6 Sept. 2007 8th congress of the European Sociological Association, “Conflict, Citizenship and Civil Society”, Glasgow, UK. Communication: “Off-scheduling within dual-earner couples: an unequal and negative externality for family time”

15 June 2007 Workshop organised by the Observatoire sociologique du changement (Sciences Po et CNRS), “Changing Times, Changing Inequalities: School, Household, and Work Spheres”. Communication: “The scheduling of work over the week”, with Thibaut de Saint Pol

15-18 Jan. 2007 Visit to the Department of Sociology of the University of Oxford. Communication: “Asynchronicity within dual-earner couples: an unequal and negative externality for family time”


2006

12 Oct. 2006 Seminar on time use surveys (TUS): Exploiting TUS results for decision, policy-making and research purposes, co-organised by DG-empl and Eurostat, Brussels : “Using optimal matching to analyze the timing of daily life”

5-8 Sept. 2006 2nd congress of the French Sociological Association, Bordeaux, France
-  RTf 5 : “Les effets de la position sociale sur le volume et la structure du temps familial” Pdf slides here
-  RT 20, with Thibaut de Saint Pol : “Les Méthodes d’Appariement Optimal en sociologie” Pdf handout here

16-18 Aug. 2006 International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR), Copenhague, Danemark “Using optimal matching to analyze the timing of daily life” Pdf slides here

9-12 June 2006 Congrès 2006 de l’Association des Bibliothécaires Français, Paris Speech in the workshop on opening hours

11-14 May 2006 RC28 Spring Meeting, Nijmegen, Netherlands “The indirect effects of social class on the volume and structure of family time”. Pdf slides here


2005

25-26 Nov. 2005 European consortium for sociological research (ECSR), Comparative European Studies. Assessing ten years of sociological research: 1995-2005, Paris “Work time and social position in France and the UK”. Pdf slides here

2-4 Nov. 2005 International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR), Halifax “The effects of the family work day on family time”. Pdf slides here

18-23 July 2005 25th congress of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Tours, France “The effects of the family work day on family time”. Pdf slides here

11 May 2005 EHESS - Séminaire de Serge Paugam “L’entrecroisement du lien professionnel et du lien familial à partir de la gestion différenciée et inégale des temps sociaux”

26 Apr. 2005 LASMAS - Atelier de Modélisation et de Méthodes Statistiques en Sciences Sociales (M2S3) “Les Méthodes d’Appariement Optimal : de nouveaux outils pour l’analyse de séquences”. Pdf slides here


2004

9 Dec. 2004 Observatoire Sociologique du Changement (Sciences-po) “La ségrégation temporelle : les inégalités temporelles face au travail en France dans les années 1980 et 1990 et leurs conséquences pour la synchronie conjugale”

27-29 Oct. 2004 International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR), Rome “Temporal Segregation. Work time inequalities in France in the 1980’s and 1990’s”

1-3 July 2004 1st Research Method Festival organised by ESRC, St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford Invited, “Work schedules as sequences: using optimal matching analysis to study the way dual-earner couples balance work and family life in France”

24-27 Feb. 2004 1st congress of the French Sociological Association, Villetaneuse:
-  RTf 5: “La signature socia