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Setsuya FUKUDA, Senior Researcher
Department of Research Planning and Coordination
Updated; April/15/2017

Research Field

  • Social Demography
  • Life Course Research
  • Methods of Longitudinal Data Analysis
  • National Transfer Accounts

Research Project

  • Transition from Gender Inequitable Society: A Comparative Study of Gender Role Division and Fertility in Japan, Germany and the Netherlands (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (FY2015-2018), P.I.)
  • Intergenerational Transfers of Time and Money in Aging Japan: Generation, Gender and Social Security Research Using National Transfer Accounts Framework (In-house project (FY2016-2017), C.P.I.)
  • Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage in Japan: Trends, Causes and Social Implications (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (FY2013-2017), C.P.I.)
  • The 6th National Survey on Family in Japan (In-house project (FY2017-, C.P.I.)

External Activities

  • Professional Affiliations
    Population Association of America
    Population Association of Japan
    International Union for the Scientific Study of Population
    Japan Society of Family Sociology

Publications /Papers

  • "Desired Family Size in Japan: Evolving Patterns and Fertility Outcomes", with Rie Moriizumi, Journal of Population Problems, Vol.71. No.3 (2015) (in Japanese)
  • "Is Buddhism the Low Fertility Religion of Asia?", with Vegard Skirbekk, Marcin Stonawski, Thomas Spoorenberg, Conrad Hackett and Raya Muttarak, Demographic Research, Vol.32, No.1, pp.1-28(2015)
  • "The Changing Role of Women's Earnings in Marriage Formation in Japan", The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol.646, No.1, pp.107-128(2013)
  • "Educational Differences in Divorce in Japan", with James M. Raymo and Miho Iwasawa, Demographic Research, Vol.28, No.6, pp.177-206(2013)
  • "Shifting Economic Foundation of Marriage in Japan: The Erosion of Traditional Marriage", Rostock, MPIDR Working Paper WP-2009-033. (2009) http://www.demogr.mpg.de/papers/working/wp-2009-033.pdf
  • "Leaving the Parental Home in Post-war Japan: Demographic Changes, Stem-Family Norms and the Transition to Adulthood", Demographic Research, Vol.30, Article20, pp.731-816(2009)
  • "Attrition Bias in Event-history Analysis: A Case Study from Marriage Analysis of Japanese Panel Survey of Consumers", Japanese Journal of Research on Household Economics, No.84, pp.69-79 (2009) (in Japanese)
  • "The Socioeconomic Status of Women and Marital Fertility in Postwar Japan: Effects of Education, Employment and Family Structure on Parity Transitions", The Journal of Population Studies, Vol.40, pp.79-100(2007)
  • "Gender System and Women's Marriage Decisions 1: A Cross-national Test of the Independent Hypothesis in European Countries", Japanese Journal of Research on Household Economics, No.76, pp.45-53 (2007) (in Japanese)
  • "Gender System and Women's Marriage Decisions 2: An Empirical Test of the Independent Hypothesis in Japan", Japanese Journal of Research on Household Economics, No.76, pp.54-62 (2007) (in Japanese)
  • "Determinants of the Time Spent on Childcare and Household Tasks in the Life Courses of Japanese Men and Women: An Evidence from Pooled Time-Series Analyses Using a 14-wave Panel Data", Japanese Journal of Research on Household Economics, No.76, pp.26-36 (2007) (in Japanese)

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