Demographic dividend Africa's Development

11th Global Meeting of the NTA Network Dakar and Saly, Sénégal. 2016 june 20 to 24 .

The spirit of the NTA Conference is to bring together researchers and research centers around the world that are at the forefront of research on demographic and economic issues (demographic dividend, aging of the population, women's empowerment, gender, accounting generational, pensions etc.)..

NTA recent conferences were held in 2010 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2012 in Barcelona, Spain and in 2014 in Beijing, China. More than 100 researchers from all continents have participated in these conferences.

AAlso for the first time in Africa and more specifically in Senegal, the Centre for Research in Applied Economics and Finance from the University of Thies (CREFAT) in collaboration with the Centre for Economics and Demography of Aging (Center for the Economics and Demography of Aging -CEDA), University of California - Berkeley, and the East-West Center (East-West Center), University of Hawaii; will host from June 20 to 24, 2016 in Senegal, the 11th International Conference of the Network of National Transfer Accounts (National Transfer Accounts network - NTA).

As in past years, we still expect this year, the active participation of members of donor agencies: the World Bank, the Research Centre for International Development, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, to name a few that have had to participate in the NTA conferences in the past.

Thus, to ensure a very successful international NTA conference in Africa and more precisely in Senegal, sponsors applications are launched at national level. We kindly invite solicited structures to take note of the sponsor application form and choose a sponsor

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Objectifs

The goal of the National Transfer Accounts (NTA) project is to improve our understanding of the generational economy. How does population growth and changing age structure influence economic growth, gender and generational equity, public finances, and other important features of the macroeconomy?

The goal of the National Transfer Accounts (NTA) project is to improve our understanding of the generational economy. How does population growth and changing age structure influence economic growth, gender and generational equity, public finances, and other important features of the macroeconomy? As part of the NTA project, research teams in more than 40 countries are constructing accounts, measuring how people at each age produce, consume, and share resources, and save for their future. The accounts are designed to complement the UN System of National Accounts, population data, and other important economic and demographic indicators.


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ACCOMODATION Saly, June 20-25

Saly, June 20-25 LE LAMANTIN BEACH HOTEL Saly Nord, Somone, SENEGAL T 33 957 07 77- F 33 957 06 97 http://www.lelamantin.com/

ACCOMODATION Dakar, June 19-20

Dakar, June 19-20 ONOMO HOTEL DAKAR AIRPORT Route de l’aéroport (Airport Road) BP 38233 DAKAR - YOFF - SENEGAL 221 33 869 06 10 onomo.dakar@onomohotel.com

ACCOMODATION :The rest of the conference, from 21 to 24 June 2016 will be at:

Le Lamantin Beach

ACCOMODATION:The opening ceremony of the Conference on June 20 2016 will be held at:

King Fahd Palace Hotel Pointe des Almadies, Dakar 8181 221 33 869 69 69 www.kingfahdpalacehotels.com

Detailed accomodation information here

The details of the conference program


09:00 – 10:40Plenary Session (20 minutes per talk plus 20 min. Q&A after)
Intervenants Sujet
Morné Oosthuizen Counting Women's Work in South Africa
Ana Šeme, L.Vargha; T.Istenič; J.Sambt The patterns of non-monetary transfers in Europe: a historical NTTA analysis by age and gender
Estela Rivero Changes in intrahousehold time transfers in Mexico between 2002 and 2014: What accounts for what?
Hippolyte d’Albis, Carole Bonnet, Julien Navaux, Jacques Pelletan, Anne Solaz, François ‐Charles Wolff What do we learn about gender inequality using a NTA approach? Some evidence for France

10:40 – 11:10 Break

11:10 – 12:25 Concurrent Sessions of 3 papers each (20 minutes per talk plus 5 min discussion)


A.Chair: M.R. Narayana
Intervenants Sujet
Latif Dramani, Oumy Laye, Edem Akpo Domestic Work Cost in Senegal (Oral Presentation)
Elisenda Rentería, R.Scandurra, G.Souto, C.Patxot Intergenerational money and time transfers by gender in Spain: who are the actual dependents?
Estela Rivero Who says what in time use data? The reliability of third party reporting in the case of Mexico

B.Chair: Hippolyte d'Albis
Intervenants Sujet
Eugenia Amporfu, D.Sakyi, P.B. Frimpong, E.Arthur, J.Novignon Measuring the Distribution of Housework among Men and Women in Ghana: The National Time Transfer Accounts Approach
Aylin Seçkin, Patrick Georges, Nazli Şahanoğullari Incorporating Gender and Time Use into NTA Turkey
NGUYEN THI LAN HUONG, Pham Ngoc Toan, Pham Minh Thu Using National Time Transfer Accounts Approach to Analyse Labor Income Gap by Gender in Vietnam

C. Chair: Mun Sim Lai (Nicole)
Intervenants Sujet
Laishram Ladusingh RWake Up India, Count Women's Work
Pamela Jiménez Fontana Gender inequality on the intergenerational flows in Costa Rica
Moses Muriithi, Reuben Mutegi, Germano Mwabu The Incomes and Labor Supplies of Unpaid Family Workers in Kenya

12:30 – 1:00 Panel Discussion on Gender Dividends, Moderator: Gretchen Donehower
Latif Dramani, Sénégal
Róbert Gál, Hongrie
Nazli Şahanoğullari, Turquie
Nguyen Thi Lan Huong, Vietnam
Pamela Jiménez Fontana, Costa Rica

1:00 – 2:00 Lunch

2:00 – 2:40 Plenary: Chair Germano Mwabu

Intervenants Sujet
Latif Damani & Edem Akpo Impact of Demographic Dividend on Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
Bazlul Khondker & Muhammad Moshiur Rahman Will Bangladesh miss out on first demographic dividend?
Elisenda Rentería, G.Souto; I.Mejía‐Guevara, C.Patxot The impact of education on the demographic dividend - the case of Mexico and Spain
Michele Gragnolati, Humberto Cossa, Sara Troiano, Ana Milena Rivera Policies to harness the demographic dividend in Mozambique: Empower, educate, employ

2:40 – 3:10 Break

3:10 – 5:00 Concurrent Sessions on Demographic Dividend


A. Chair: Maris Bucheli <
Intervenants
Sujet
Barthelemy BIAO; I.J-B OGA; D.C. GUIDIME Demographic transition and economic growth in Benin: A comparative analysis 2007-2010
Terefe Degefa Harnessing Demographic Dividend in Ethiopia: The Durations, Opportunities and Challenges
Scott Moreland, E.L. Madsen; B.Kuang; K.Jurczynska Modeling the Demographic Dividend

B. Chair: David McCarthy
Intervenants Sujet
A. Soyibo, Olanrewaju Olaniyan, A.O. Lawanson, N. Olasehinde Is the Demographic Dividend being wasted? Differential Prospects by Geopolitical Zones in Nigeria
Idossou Jean‐Baptiste OGA; B. BIAO; D.C.GUIDIME Capitalizing the demographic dividend in Benin
Oumy Laye & Latif Dramani Regional Disparity et Demographic Dividend in an Emergence Context in Senegal NTA Approach

C. Chair: Laishram Ladusingh
Intervenants Sujet
Latif Damani Governance, Economic Growth and Demographic Dividend in Senegal
A.O. Lawanson, A. Soyibo, O. Olaniyan, N. Olasehinde Public Health and Education in Nigeria: How Much is for the Benefit of Children?
Lucilla Bruni, Jamele Rigolini, Sara Troiano Forever young? A demographic moment for social and economic devleopment in Southern Africa
Deidra Coy Policy implications of population ageing in Jamaica

>09:00 – 10:40 Inequality:

A. . Inequality in developing nations (4) Chair: Olanrewaju Ademola Olaniyan (Lanre)
Intervenants Sujet
EDètondji Camille GUIDIME, Barthelemy BIAO, Idossou Jean‐Baptiste OGA Income inequality by age group in Benin in 2011: An approach from National Transfer Accounts
Gabriela Ahumada; Tim Miller; Domingo Pozo, Paulo Saad Consumption and income inequality by age in Chile, 2013
Latif Damani Inclusive Growth and Productivity in Senegal

B. Intergenerational inequality (4): Chair: Rikiya Matsukura
Intervenants Sujet
Hippolyte d’Albis, Carole Bonnet, Julien Navaux, Jacques Pelletan, François‐Charles Wolff Comparing generations in NTA: Insights from French projections
G.Abío, Concepció Patxot, M.Sánchez‐Romero, G.Souto How public and private transfers evolve along the demographic transition: A general equilibrium approach
David McCarthy, James Sefton, Miguel Sanchez‐Martinez, Katerina Lisenkova Which generation in the UK bore the costs of the Great Recession? An NTA and GWA perspective
Xavier Chojnicki, Julien Navaux, Lionel Ragot The impact of pension reforms on intergenerational equity in France

10:40 – 11:10 Break

IV. Viewing the World through NTA lens

11:10 – 1:00


A. . New National Transfer Accounts. Chair: Tanja Istenic
Intervenants Sujet
El Salvador NTA country team Final NTA estimates revision: El Salvador 2010
Hippolyte d’Albis, Ikpidi Badji, Carole Bonnet, Xavier Chojnicki, Najat El Mekkaoui, Angela Greulich, Jérôme Hubert, Julien Navaux, Jacques Pelletan How is consumption of the young and the elderly financed? Evolution over the last 30 years in France
Nicole Mun Sim Lai and Luis Rosero Bixby Generational Accounts for Ecuador
M. Denissenko, V. Kozlov Life cycle balance construction for Russia

B. Economic Life Cycle. Chair: Eugenia Amporfu
Intervenants Sujet
Hippolyte d'Albis & Ikpidi Badji Income, consumption and savings as functions of the age and the birth date
HMaciej Lis What Drives the Increase in Health Care Costs with Age?
Piotr Lewandowski, Wojciech Hardy, Roma Keister Intergenerational divide in the task composition of jobs in Europe
Laishram Ladusingh Implications of Policy Reforms on Economic Lifecycle in India

1:00 – 2:00 Lunch

2:00 – 3:40


A. Labor. Chair: Bazlul Khondker
Intervenants Sujet
Bernardo Queiroz & Matheus Lobo Alves Ferreira Labour market and old-age transfers: Measuring the cohort effects of the pension reforms in Poland using APC approach
Agnieszka Chłoń‐Domińczak, Paweł Strzelecki, Wojciech Łąkowski Workplace retention rates of older workers in the Visegrad Group - who stays and who already left
Wojciech Hardy; Aneta Kiełczewska, Piotr Lewandowski Labor Market and Domestic Market Arbitration in Senegal?

B. Quantity-Quality Tradeoff
Intervenants Sujet
J.M. Ian Salas; M.Abrigo; R. Racelis; A. Herrin Evidence on the Quantity-Quality Tradeoff Using Subnational NTA Estimates from the Philippines
Lili Vargha & Gretchen Donehower The quantity-quality tradeoff: a cross-country comparison of market and nonmarket investments per child in relation to fertility
M R Narayana Growth Effects of Current Public Expenditure on Education: New Evidence from India
Michael Abrigo Why do people choose to die? Estimating Grossman(1972) using National Transfer Accounts

3:40 – 4:10 Break

4:10 – 5:10 Regional Meetings

V.A. Population Aging: Miniworkshop concurrent with Senegal NTA Session: Chair-Cio Patxot
9:00-11:00
Fiscal and Other Impacts of Population Aging
Intervenants Sujet
Agnieszka Chłoń‐Domińczak, Wojciech Łąkowski, Paweł Strzelecki, Irena Kotowska Impact of Demographic Change on Public Expenditure and Revenue in Europe
David McCarthy, James Sefton The effects of allowing for bequests in NTA's
Robert Gal, Bernhard Hammer, Lili Vargha UA Human Capital Transfer Account
Ricardo Cantu The Mexican Fiscal System: its Sustainability and its Redistribution

11:00-11:30Break
11:30-1:00
MacroImpact of population aging
Intervenants Sujet
Sang‐Hyop Lee Data Issues: Population Aging, Macroeconomy, and Demographic Dividend in Asia
Rafael Rofman, Ignacio Apella Economic growth in a context of demographic transition. The case of Uruguay
Byron Gangnes, Andrew Mason Saving, Investment, and Japan's Current Account Balance

V.B. NTA in Senegal: Miniworkshop concurrent with Population Aging Session
09:00 – 11:00Introduction by Latif and Seven presentations on Senegal (12 minutes each, plus 4 minutes disussion)
11:00 – 11:30 Break
11:30 – 1:00 Six presentations on Senegal (12 minutes each, plus 4 minutes disussion)
1:00 – 2:00 Lunch
VII. NTA in Western and Central Africa: Reports from 12 countries. Chair: To be announced
2:00 – 5:00Reports from 12 countries (10 minutes each, 5 minutes discussion)
VI. Frontiers in NTA -- Plenary session: Chair -- Robert Gal
9:00 – 10:40 Wealth Accounts
Intervenants Sujet
David McCarthy, James Sefton, Miguel Sanchez‐Martinez, Katerina Lisenkova Generational Wealth Accounts
Bernhard Hammer LThe Ownership of Assets and the Role of Age: Experimental Capital Accounts for Euro Area Countries

NTA by Socio-Economic Status
Intervenants Sujet
Luis Rosero Bixby, Ivan Mejia‐Guevara, Pamela Jimenez‐Fontana, Liliana Roldan‐Molina (By video) NTA by SES in Latin America: Progress, Issues, Outlook
Tanja Istenič, Ana Šeme, Janez Malačič, Aleša Lotrič Dolinar, Jože Sambt The Economic Life Cycle and its Financing Among Different Socio-Economic Groups: NTA Results Decomposed by Gender, Level of Education and Country of Birth
10:40 – 11:10 Break
11:10 – 1:00 Transfer systems over time and space
Intervenants Sujet
Tanja Istenič, Ana Šeme, Irena Ograjenšek, Jože Sambt Is There a Relation Between Welfare and Inter-Age Reallocation Regimes? Results of the National Transfer Accounts for the EU Countries
Andrew Mason, Ronald Lee, Diana Stojanovic, Michael Abrigo, Syud Amer Ahmed Aging and the Changing Nature of Intergenerational Flows: Policy Challenges and Responses
Cio Patxot, Georgios Papadomichelakis Discussion: Historical reconstruction of NTA public sector
Marisa Bucheli, Sara Troiano Public investment in social sectors and its fiscal consequences in an aging society: the case of Uruguay
1:00 – 2:00 LUNCH 2:00 – 3:30 Communicating NTA: Chair-Sang-Hyop Lee
Look Launch for Latif Dramani, The Generational Economy and Demographic Dividend in Senegal, 2 volumes
Latif Gaming
Visualization submissions
Posters: :
Intervenants Sujet
Carlos Mendes L'emploi du temps et travail non rémunéré au Cap-Vert
KOUAME Aya Charlotte Epse KASSI & GNALEGA Dakouri Eugène‐Cyrille National Transfer Accounts of Ivory Coast
Mamadou Bousso Modelling dividend demographic capture based on ABM modellingM
Vidéo de NTA Thaïlande
3:30 – 5:00 DOpen Discussion on NTA -- comments, suggestions, future directions, organization, next meeting; award prizes for CWW.

STEERING COMMITTEE

The organizing committee of the conference,
and "Symposium" which is the first day of the conference NTA 11

SYMPOSIUM

The High Level Symposium on the demographic dividend and sustainable development in Africa aims to:

  • to provide a space for meetings and constructive exchanges between development stakeholders: the scientific community, policy makers, civil society organizations, the community of technical and financial partners, and beneficiaries;
  • to agree on a framework for action based on the evidence and lessons learned to an inclusive and harmonious development of Africa for achieving the SDGs, and on which the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders are clearly defined ;
  • inform the roadmap of the African Union summit on the demographic dividend and achieving sustainable development agendas in Africa. To answer these questions of policy and programs, exchanges will be structured around three sessions:
  • To answer these questions of policy and programs, exchanges will be structured around three sessions:

1. "Demographic Dividend (DD) in the world: status and outlook»

This first session is a presentation by experts on the situation of the demographic dividend in the world. This session will highlight the good practice identified in several parts of the world can be analyzed and replicated in Africa.

2. "Demographic Dividend (DD) in Africa: policies and interventions»

This second session will offer a space for discussion between development partners and the research world around ongoing initiatives on the continent in connection with the Demographic Dividend with a focus on the achievements,  prospects and challenges. The session will therefore deal of dialogue between policy makers and stakeholders development. It will take stock of progress in this area and the necessary interactions to inform and support the country policies and programs in an era or the data and evidence to guide public action.

3. "Sustainable Development in Africa: Voices of Sages

In the third session, the "Wise Men" of the continent as those of other regions will share experience and will share their opinions, advice and recommendations to support advocacy and launch of major actions on the Demographic Dividend.

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AGENDA OF THE SYMPOSIUM

Organized under the auspices of His Excellency Idriss Deby Itno,
President of the Republic of Chad and President-in-Office of the African Union, France symposium!
June 20, 2016 at King Fahd Palace Hotel

13h30-14h

Session 1: "Demographic Dividend (DD) in the world: situation and prospects"

Presentation by Ron Lee, Network Director NTA, CEDA Berkeley University and Andrew Mason, Network Director NTA, Hawaii University, Exchanges, discussions by panelists

15h -15h50

Session 2: "Demographic Dividend (DD) in Africa: policies and interventions";

Presentation of the inventory by Emeritus Researcher Debates on the subject by the panelists

16h -16h-50

Session 3: "Sustainable Development in Africa: Voice of Sages"

Introduction of the discussion by a representative of Wise Men on the perspective of Wise Men on the issues discussed in previous sessions; Contribution of the panel members of the Elders

17h-17H15

Session 4: Conclusions and recommendations of the symposium. Briefing

Diner closing SYMPOSIUM's work. (Special invitation) Provide here if possible presentation of films on DD initiatives in the continent or region)

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