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Internal labor markets and the effects of structural change: Job mobility in Korean labor markets between 1998 and 2000
Abstract This study examines job mobility in Korean labor markets since the 1997 economic crisis. The rising job mobility in Korea is analyzed by focusing on structural change in labor markets. UsingExpand
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Age patterns of migration among Korean adults in early 20th-century Seoul
In this study, we examine age patterns of migration among adults who resided in Seoul in the early twentieth century. We use information, obtained from the Seoul household registers, on the length ofExpand
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Cohort Effects or Period Effects? Fertility Decline in South Korea in the Twentieth Century
This study examines if the Korean fertility decline is driven by long-term cohort changes or by fluctuating period changes. By using a classic age–period–cohort model, a moment decomposition method,Expand
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Intergenerational Transmission of Women’s Educational Attainment in South Korea: An Application of Multi-group Population Projection Model
Using a multi-group population projection model, I study the implications of educational mobility and differential demographic rates on the intergenerational transmission of women’s educationalExpand
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Intergenerational effects of shifts in women's educational distribution in South Korea: Transmission, differential fertility, and assortative mating.
This study examines the intergenerational effects of changes in women's education in South Korea. We define intergenerational effects as changes in the distribution of educational attainment in anExpand
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Education, Elderly Health, and Differential Population Aging in South Korea: A Demographic Approach
Background: Population aging proceeds with other socioeconomic developments, including educational expansion. Improvements in educational attainment lead to changes in demographic behaviors such asExpand
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The impact of education and health heterogeneity on Generational Support Ratios: a cross-national comparison between Mexico and Korea
ABSTRACT Policy makers are concerned about the socio-economic consequences of population ageing. Policies often rely on estimations of support ratios based solely on the population age structure. WeExpand
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Delay in First Marriage and First Childbearing in Korea- Trends in Educational Differentials
Stimulated by socioeconomic development, Korea has experienced rapid fertility decline since the 1960s. I study this social and demographic transformation by examining educational differentials inExpand
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Intergenerational status mobility in nineteenth-century Korea: Evidence of Seoul household registers from 1897 to 1906
Abstract In this study, we examine intergenerational status mobility in nineteenth-century Korea by using population registers collected at the turn of the twentieth century. We trace a long-termExpand
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The Impact of Education and Health Heterogeneity on Generational Support Ratios in Mexico
Policymakers around the world are concerned about the socioeconomic consequences of population aging in terms of who will bear the costs of older generations. Their policies often rely on estimationsExpand
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