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Intergenerational earnings mobility in Japan among sons and daughters: levels and trends
This paper estimates the extent of intergenerational income mobility in Japan among sons and daughters born between 1935 and 1975. Our estimates rely on a two-sample instrumental variables approach
The Intergenerational Transmission of Income and Education: A Comparison of Japan and France
This chapter compares the extent of intergenerational earnings and educational correlation in Japan and France. it uses very similar repeated surveys that provide information on educational
The Making of the "Rape of Nanking": History and Memory in Japan, China, and the United States
On December 13, 1937, the Japanese army attacked and captured the Chinese capital city of Nanjing, planting the rising-sun flag atop the city's outer walls. What occurred in the ensuing weeks and
A Battle over History
On December 13, 1937, Japanese Central China Area Army and the 10th Army conquered Nanjing, the capital of China during that time. For the following six weeks, Japanese soldiers killed, raped,
Consumer Phase Shift Simulation Based on Social Psychology and Complex Networks
The methods for estimating how a new product or a new service will be accepted in contemporary society, considering the effects of word-of-mouth recommendations, are developed, based on a consumer phase shift modeling framework that consists of a consumer agent model and a social network model.
Consumer Behavior Modeling Based on Social Psychology and Complex Networks
A consumer behavior modeling framework that consists of consumer agents and consumer network, using snowball sampling technique is developed, which proved the feasibility of this framework.
Whom Should We Remember?
I T IS IMPOSSIBLE to determine exactly how many Japanese museums and memorials deal with the 1931-45 Asia-Pacific War, but according to The Peace Museum and War Memorial Guidebook, there are at least
Local History and War Memories in Hokkaido ed. by Philip A. Seaton (review)
Philip Seaton’s edited volume examines how and why Hokkaido’s experiences of World War II and the present-day concentration within the prefecture of nearly 40 per cent of the Ground Self-Defense