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Concentration of Population in Tokyo: A Survey

  title={Concentration of Population in Tokyo: A Survey},
  author={Kenji Umetani and T. Yokoyama},
The mono-polar concentration of population in Tokyo has been intensifying steadily in Japan since the mid-1990s. This demographic movement stands in sharp contrast to the tri-polar (Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya) demographic movement in the high growth era before the oil crisis of the early 1970s. Mono-polar in-migration reflects the change in industrial structure after the rapid yen appreciation and the two decades of stagnation caused by the bubble burst in an atmosphere of demographic aging and… Expand


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Japanese Economy 2014-2015
  • Cabinet Office
  • 2015