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Population Projections for Japan : 2006-2055 Outline of Results , Methods , and Assumptions
The National Institute of Population and Social Security Research in Japan announced a new population projection for Japan in December 2006, based on the results of 2005 Census. This is the summaryExpand
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Commentary to Population Projections for Japan —A Supplement to Report of the 2006 Revision—
Introduction The National Institute of Population and Social Security Research in Japan announced the “Population Projections for Japan” in December 2006, based on the results of the 2005 PopulationExpand
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Elaboration of the Coale-McNeil Nuptiality Model as the Generalized Log Gamma Distribution: A New Identity and Empirical Enhancements
The Coale-McNeil nuptiality model is a particular case of the generalized log gamma distribution model. In this paper, we demonstrate that recognition of this connection allows an expansion of theExpand
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Below-replacement fertility in Japan: trends determinants and prospects.
This paper discusses the trends determinants and prospects of below-replacement fertility in Japan. It is noted that the environment surrounding the Japanese economy and society is undergoing aExpand
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[Population projections for Japan: 1996-2100].
Population projections are presented for Japan up to the year 2100.
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[[Demographic analysis of the first marriage process]].
  • R. Kaneko
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Jinko mondai kenkyu. [Journal of population…
  • 1 October 1991
The author analyzes the stages leading to first marriage in Japan, using data concerning the period 1905-1955 to illustrate probability models and life table methods. Factors taken intoExpand
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Population Projections for Japan: Methods, Assumptions and Results
The National Institute of Population and Social Security Research officially announced a new round of population projections for Japan in January 1997. This article outlines the projection resultsExpand
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[A bio-demographic analysis of Japanese fertility via micro-simulation].
The present study deals with biodemographic factors affecting the level and trend of Japanese fertility via microsimulation. The prototype of this microsimulation study was the UN PopulationExpand
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[[Attitudes toward marriage and family among the unmarried Japanese youth: major findings of the Ninth Japanese National Fertility Survey]].
The Institute of Population Problems, Ministry of Health and Welfare, conducted the Survey on the Attitudes toward Marriage and Family among Youth on June 4, 1987 as a part of the Ninth JapaneseExpand
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