Demographics of Aging in the Americas: Health, Social, and Economic Dynamics of Hispanic and Latin American Aging
The 2014 International Conference on Aging in the Americas (ICAA) is the seventh installment of the Conference on Aging in the Americas series. The purpose is to discuss the social and economic demography of Latino integration and Hispanic aging, migration, and immigrant adaptation. The works presented in the conference will deal with the dynamics of health and aging among Latinos in the United States and Mexicans in Mexico, as well as its social and economic correlates. The meeting will also serve as a springboard of discussion on how migration stems from and affects the health, social, and economic dynamics of aging on both sides of the border, and how aging relates to immigrant adaptation and Latino integration/assimilation processes.
The preliminary conference program is available here.
A PDF of the 2014 ICAA highlights is available here.
A PDF of the 2014 ICAA Proceedings is available here.
The 2014 ICAA Annual Report is available here.
The 2014 ICAA Presentation Videos are available here.
A PDF of the 2014 Workshop is available here.