NTA14 Agenda

Building Sustainable Generational Economies: The 14th Global Meeting of the NTA Network, University of Paris - Dauphine, February 14-17, 2023


Pre-conference Online Workshop: Presenting Research Effectively at NTA14

Dr. Julie DaVanzo, demographer and economist with the RAND Corporation, gave an optional Zoom-based workshop on how to develop an effective presentation and enhance the impact of your research. This was a wonderful opportunity to learn from an expert. Dr. DaVanzo discussed best practices, basic principles, and gave examples of do's and don’t's. She provided suggestions about how to structure your presentation and gave tips for effective slide design.

The same workshop was given at two different times to accommodate different time zones. Replays are linked below.

Replay from 6pm (US Pacific Time, GMT-8) January 24

Replay from 9am (US Pacific Time, GMT-8) January 25

Tuesday, 14-Feb-23, Plenary sessions, 2nd Floor, Raymond Aron conference room

8:30-9:00 Registration

9:00-9:30 Inaugural session with El Mouhoub Mouhoud, President, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL, additional remarks from Philippe de Vreyer, Gretchen Donehower, Andrew Mason, and Ronald Lee

NTA14 Inaugural

9:30-10:00 Keynote address: François Bayrou, High Commissioner for Planning, France; Former Minister of National Education and Minister of Justice, France (introduced by Najat El Mekkaoui)

NTA14 Bayrou keynote

    • (Background document) "Demography: The key to preserving our social model" from the French High Commission on Planning: HCP_2022

10:00-10:50 Demographic changes and public policies

  • Chair: Najat El Mekkaoui
  • Elsa Fornero, Former Minister of Labour, Social Policies and Gender Equality, Italy
  • Monika Queisser, Head of Social Policy Division (OECD)
  • Abdesselam Aboudrar, Former Moroccan Ambassador to the UK and Deputy CEO at CDG- Morocco

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10:50-11:10 Group Photo and Break

11:10-12:00 Consequences of population ageing for social protection

  • Chair: Jacques Pelletan
  • Aline Désesquelles, Director for Research at INED (National Institute for Demographic Studies), France
  • Pierre-Louis Bras, President of COR (Pensions Advisory Council), France
  • Jean-Hervé Lorenzi, Director of Chair TDTE (Demographic Transitions, Economic Transitions), France

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12:00-13:00 Keynote lecture: François-Charles Wolff, Professor of Economics at the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises, University of Nantes, France (introduced by Hippolyte d'Albis) FCW Keynote


13:00-14:30 Lunch

14:30-15:00 Keynote address: Ahmed Inaz, Chairperson of the Pension Office Board for the Maldives and Former Minister of Finance, Maldives (introduced by Gretchen Donehower)


15:00-15:50 NTA and demographic change in ageing populations: Economic impacts and sustainability

NTA14 Gretchen and Wassana

15:50-16:20 Break

16:20-17:10 NTA and demographic change in Africa: The dividend and beyond

NTA14 DD Panel

17:10-18:00 NTA and public policy: Some perspectives from the United Nations

  • Chair: Ronald Lee
  • Jorge Bravo, Chief, Population Policies and Development Branch of the Population Division, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) NTA14 Bravo
  • Simone Cecchini, Chief of the Latin American and Caribbean Demographic Centre (CELADE)-Population Division of ECLAC NTA14 Cecchini
  • Robert Gal, Senior Researcher, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute NTA14 Gal
  • Wassana Im-Em, Technical Specialist on Population and Development, UNFPA Asia-Pacific Regional Office, Thailand NTA14 Wassana

NTA14 Lee panel 1 NTA14 Lee panel 2 NTA14 Lee panel 3 NTA14 Lee panel 4


18:00 Adjourn

Wednesday, 15-Feb-23, Research and Training Sessions, 7th Floor

...Research A (Room A709) ...Research B (Room A701) ...Training (Room A707)
9:00-10:45 ...Counting women's work and gender ...Demographic Dividend ...NTA (Tanja Istenic and Joze Sambt; Andrew Mason and Mun-Sim Lai)
10:45-11:15 ...Break ... ...
11:15-13:00 ...Counting women's work and gender ...Demographic Dividend ...NTA (cont)
13:00-14:00 ...Lunch ... ...
14:00-15:45 ...Counting women's work and gender ...Demographic Dividend ...NTA (cont)
15:45-16:15 ...Break ... ...
16:15-18:00 ...Special topics ...Viewing the World through the NTA lens ...NTA (cont)

18:00 Adjournment

>18:00 Gala Dinner

Thursday, 16-Feb-23, Research and Training Sessions, 7th Floor

...Research A (Room A709) ...Research B (Room A701) ...Training (Room A707)
9:00-10:45 ...Aging and Public Policy ...Viewing the World through the NTA lens ...NTTA (Gretchen Donehower and Tim Miller)
10:45-11:15 ...Break ... ...
11:15-13:00 ...Aging and Public Policy ...Viewing the World through the NTA lens ...NTTA (cont WS.NTTA)
13:00-14:00 ...Lunch ... ...
14:00-15:45 ...Generational Economy Frontiers ...Inequality and distributional issues ...NTTA Open Lab (see below)
15:45-16:15 ...Break ... ...
16:15-18:00 ...Generational Economy Frontiers ...Inequality and distributional issues ...NTA in French (Julien Navaux remotely)

For the NTTA Open Lab session, all are welcome to bring questions, data, and discussion topics related to NTTA. Gretchen Donehower and Tim Miller will fascilitate.

18:00 Adjournment

Friday, 17-Feb-23, Workshops, NTA Business, and Member Initiated Meetings

...Workshop A (Room A709) ...Workshop B (Room A701) ...Workshop C (Room A707)
9:00-10:15 ...How to measure inequality in National Accounts: The NTA, DINA, and EGDNA Perspectives ...Demographic dividend WS.DD ...Longitudinal NTA WS.Long
...(Tim Miller, Max Fisher-Post, and Jorrit Zwijnenburg) Workshop Materials ...(Latif Dramani and Lanre Olaniyan) ...(Bernhard Hammer)
10:15-10:45 ...Break ... ...
10:45-12:00 ...Policy in an aging world (Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak) ...Wealth accounts (James Sefton) ...NTA with endogenous profiles (Miguel Sanchez-Romero)

12:00-12:30 New Member "Flash" Sessions: Ron Lee chair

  • Chris Gee, Singapore
  • Alex Weinreb, Israel

12:30-13:00 NTA business meeting, announcements, concluding remarks

13:00-14:00 Lunch

14:00 Adjournment

14:00-18:00 Member initiated meetings

Wednesday, 15-Feb-23, Research Presentations

9:00-10:45 Counting Women's Work and Gender Issues, Chair: Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak, Section A

  • Elisenda Rentería, Joan García Román, and Guadalupe Souto, Non-monetary interhousehold transfers: Is time use data adequate?
  • Tanja Istenič, Guadalupe Souto, Gemma Abío, Elisenda Rentería, Ció Patxot: The gender gap in paid and unpaid work along the life cycle: The role of the family
  • Setsuya Fukuda and Rikiya Matsukura, The Future Demand-Supply Gap in Unpaid Work in Japan and the UK: How Population Ageing Affects Intergenerational Transfers of Unpaid Work?
  • Rikiya Matsukura and Setsuya Fukuda, Shall we be released from housework?: The economic impact of automation in unpaid work

9:00-10:45 Demographic Dividend, Chair: Cassio Turra, Section B

  • Christopher Gee and Eddie Choo, Singapore’s demographic dividends: past and future
  • Joshua Wilde and Mahesh Karra, Savings and the Demographic Dividend
  • Akanni Olayinka Lawanson, Olanrewaju Olaniyan, Noah Olasehinde, Adeteju Odufuwa, and Olabanji Awodumi, Comparative Analysis of the National and Sub-National National Transfer Account Results in Nigeria
  • Ricardo Cantú Calderon, The End of the Mexican Fiscal Dividend: A Microsimulation Approach

11:15-13:00 Counting Women's Work and Gender Issues, Chair: Elisenda Rentería, Section A

  • Najat El Mekkaoui and Sara Loukili, Gendered differences in paid and unpaid labor, barriers to economic participation and wealth accumulation throughout the Lifecycle in Morocco
  • Latif Dramani, Camille Guidime, Marthe Ndoye, Comparative Analysis of NTTA results in West Africa
  • Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak, Marta Marszałek, and Wojciech Łątkowski, Reversed revolution? Gender division of market and household work in the low-fertility environment in Poland
  • Jože Sambt and Tanja Istenič, Unveiling childcare and long term care hidden behind the primary activities

11:15-13:00 Demographic Dividend, Chair: Akanni Olayinka Lawanson, Section B

  • Olanrewaju Olaniyan, Akanni Lawanson, and Noah Olasehinde, Odufuwa, Oyeteju Awodumi, Olabanji, Institutionalization of Demographic Dividend programming: Lessons from Nigeria
  • Oyeteju Odufuwa, Olanrewaju Olaniyan, Akanni Lawanson, Noah Olasehinde and Awodumi, Olabanji, The Demographic dividend perception and outcome monitoring index for Nigeria: Methods and results
  • Camille, Detondji, Jean-Baptiste Oga, Barthélémy Biao, and Latif Dramani, Consumption of unpaid domestic wok and demographic dividend in Benin
  • Soulaxay Bounthideth and Latdavanh Songvilay, How Lao PDR Will Benefit from the Demographic Dividend

14:00-15:45 Counting Women's Work and Gender Issues, Chair: Jože Sambt, Section A

  • Barthélémy Biao, Camille Guidime, Jean-Baptiste Oga, and Latif Dramani, Mesure et valorisation monetaire du travail domestique au Benin: Une approache par les NTTA
  • Simone Wajnman and Cassio M. Turra, Challenges measuring the care economy: how to integrate different methodological approaches and offer a comprehensive perspective?
  • Vladimir Kozlov, NTA and NTTA approach in the estimation of the premature mortality burden. Evidence from Post-Soviet space
  • Wendy Cunningham, Sarika Gupta, Mitja Del Bono, Mahesh Karra, and Joshua Wilde, Liberian Women Count: Evidence from a Macrosimulation of the Gender Dividend

14:00-15:45 Demographic Dividend, Chair: Nazli Sahanogullari, Section B

  • Latif Dramani, Edem Akpo, Jean-Baptiste Oga, Monitoring Demographic Dividend in West Africa Countries
  • Jean-Baptiste Oga Idossou, Dètondji Camille Guidme, and Latif Dramani, Lifecycle and economic growth in Benin between 2007 and 2019
  • Bakary Dosso, Latif Dramani, and Lanre Olanyan, Eugenia Amporfu, and Barthélémy Biao, African Union Roadmap on harnessing demographic dividend through investments in youths: Review of the 5 years implementation status
  • Angela Baschieri, Willis Odek, Marc Derveeuw, Morné Oosthuizen, Fredrick Okwayo, Chinwe Ogbonna, Nteboheng Mahlaha, Clifford Odimegwu, and Sasha Frade, Building contextual development challenges into the national transfer accounts (NTA) approach to demographic divided estimation: A case study of the HIV epidemic in Lesotho

16:15-18:00 Special Topics, Chair: Gretchen Donehower, Section A

  • Hassan Eini-Zinab, Mehrnaz Soleymanlou, Seyed Reza Sobhani, The Effect of Age-structural and Nutritional Transitions on Food Consumption in Iran
  • Côme Cheritel, Generational Carbon Accounts: Decomposing the carbon footprint by age to assess the impact of age and generation on carbon emissions
  • Maynor Cabrera, E. Coyoy, I. Mejía-Guevara, L. Velásquez, and S. Zapil, The 2014 National Transfer Accounts for Guatemala: the role of remittances and the demographic dividend.  
  • Pataraporn Laowong, Thailand's Policy Perspective on the Third Demographic Dividend

16:15-18:00 Viewing the World through the NTA Lens, Chair: Robert Gal, Section B

  • Lili Vargha and Tanja Istenič, Towards a typology of economic lifecycle patterns: Clustering of countries based on NTA (and NTTA) age profiles
  • Shiqin Choo, Singapore's Economic Support Ratio by Education
  • Pamela Jiménez-Fontana, New (and old) demographic challenges: analysis of the generational economy in Costa Rica
  • National Administrative Department of Statistics, Manuel Hernando Pava Guzman, Beatriz Piedad Urdinola Contreras, Ana Maria Mondragon, National Transfer Accounts of Colombia – 2017

Thursday, 16-Feb-23, Research Presentations

9:00-10:45 Aging and Public Policy, Chair: Hippolyte d'Albis, Section A

  • Laishram Ladusingh, Changing pattern of intergenerational support of elderly in India: Evidence from 2004-05 and 2011-12 NTA
  • Bernhard Hammer, Michael Christl, Silvia De Poli, Public redistribution in Europe: How does it affect the income of families?
  • Shen Ke, Wang Feng, and Yong Cai, When Abundance Ends: Economic Transformation, Population Aging, and Shrinking Lifecyle Surplus in China, 2000-2020
  • Nazli Sahanogullari, Public Transfers for Elderly and the Effects of Pension Reforms in Turkey: An NTA Approach

9:00-10:45 Viewing the World through the NTA Lens, Chair: Pamela Jiménez-Fontana, Section B

  • Gilbert Montcho, Julien Navaux, Marcel Merette, and Yves Carrière, Comparing Public Transfers to Immigrants and Natives in Canada: A National Transfer Accounts Approach
  • Robert Ivan Gal and Pieter Vanhuysse, Intergenerational Resource Transfers in the Context of Welfare States
  • Štefan Domonkos, and Tomáš Domonkos, Slovak NTA from 2005 to 2020
  • Adhipat Warangkanand, Institutionalization of the NTA method and generation of datasets in Thailand
  • Sharifah Azizah Harron and Tengku Aizan Hamid, Demographic change and active ageing in Malaysia

11:15-13:00 Aging and Public Policy, Chair: Laishram Ladusingh, Section A

  • Gilbert Montcho, Yves Carriere, Marcel Merette, Population Aging and Worklife Duration in Canada
  • Andrew Mason, Sustainable Consumption in an Aging World
  • Hippolyte d'Albis, Julien Navaux, and Jacques Pelletan, Financing the lifecycle deficit: mutations over the period 1979-2019 in France
  • Fathimath Riyaza, Preparing for ageing by investing in human capital spending

11:15-13:00 Viewing the World through the NTA Lens, Chair: Tanja Istenič, Section B

  • Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak and Wojciech Łątkowski, Impact of changes in years 2004-2020 on projections of aggregated lifecycle deficit and public transfers: Evidence from National Transfer Accounts
  • Wassana Im-em, Sanjay Kumar, and Shadiya Ibrahim, Utilization of NTA evidence for policy attention: Lessons learned from Asia-Pacific
  • Deidra Coy, Morné Oosthuizen, Nicola Boyd, and Hugh Morris, The Economic Impact of Population Change in Jamaica
  • Watcharapol Wongniyomkasat, Current work on NTA Thailand: The 2021 revision of Thailand NTA and implications for sustainable consumption by the elderly

14:00-15:45 Generational Economy Frontiers, Chair: Maliki, Section A

  • Ronald Lee, Economic Growth, Intergenerational Transfers, and Population Aging
  • Ció Patxot, Martin Spielauer, Thomas Horvath, Marian Fink, Gemma Abio, Guadalupe Souto, and Tanja Istenic, The effect of educational expansion and family change on the sustainability of public and private transfers
  • Miguel Sánchez-Romero and Alexia Prskawetz, Socio-economic consequences of increased longevity in contemporary populations
  • Miguel Sanchez-Romero, Pieter Vanhuysse, and Robert Ivan Gal, Reconstructing historical changes in the inter-age resource reallocation system
  • Herasimau Raman, Immigrants in NTA: case of Slovakia

14:00-15:45 Inequality and Distributional Issues, Chair: Najat El Mekkaoui, Section B

  • Yeganeh Forouheshfar, Najat El Mekkaoui, Nidhal Ben Cheikh, Asma Benhassen, Jacob Emont, Social security coverage and informal workers in Tunisia
  • Florence Arestoff, Elodie Djemai, and Estelle Koussoube, Children nutrition status: The effect of micro and macro fertility levels at birth
  • Haodong Qi and Pieter Bevelander, Immigrants' Economic Life-Cycle and the Generational Economy in Sweden
  • Maliki, Dinar Kharisma, and Fisca Aulia, Social protection transfers role to reducing poverty: an NTA approach

16:15-18:00 Generational Economy Frontiers, Chair: Ció Patxot, Section A

  • Juha Honkatukia and Risto Vaittinen, Evaluating the welfare costs of the COVID-19 -pandemic in Finland with an AGE model of with Intergenerational Accounting
  • Hippolyte d'Albis and Ikpidi Badji, Generational evolution of disposable income in France
  • Javed Alam and Preeti Dhillon, Effects of low fertility and low mortality on India’s economy: A National Transfer Accounts approach
  • Charles Correa and Cassio M. Turra, National Transfer Accounts for Brazil: new results with a focus on the three levels of government
  • Laouali Ibro Chaibou, Impact of intergenerational transfers on economic activity and national income

16:15-18:00 Inequality and Distributional Issues, Chair: Gretchen Donehower, Section B

  • Kyrill Shraberman and Alex Weinreb, National transfer accounts in Israel: First estimates by subpopulation
  • Pradittha Likitpattanakul, Economic Change of lowest income household in Thailand
  • Maliki, Regional disparity and implication to the demographic dividend
  • N. R. Prabhakara, Causes of Child Labor: A Review








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