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Rie MORIIZUMI, Senior Researcher
Department of Population Dynamics Research
Updated; 24/06/2015

Research Field

  • Population Studies, Fertility, Work and Family, Family Policy

Research Project

  • Population projection for Japan
  • The National Fertility Survey
  • Study on the New Population Trends and Life Course Changes based on a Contemporary Re-examination of the Demographic Transition Theory

External Activities

  • Academic Society
    Population Association of Japan
    Japan Society of Family Sociology
    Population Association of America

Publications /Papers

  • Moriizumi, Rie (2004) “Predictive Validity and Structure of the Intended Number of Children in Japan”, Journal of Population Problems, Vol.60, No.2, pp.32-52.
  • Moriizumi, Rie (2005) “The Spread in Atypical Employment and Declining Birthrate”, Journal of Population Problems, Vol.61, No.3, pp.2-19
  • Moriizumi, Rie (2007) “Recent Trends of Fertility Rate in Industrialized Countries”, The Review of Comparative Social Security Research, No.160, pp.4-21.
  • Moriizumi, Rie (2008) “An Empirical Study of Sex Preferences for Children in Japan”, Journal of Population Problems, Vol.64, No.1, pp.1-20.
  • Moriizumi, Rie (2008) “Comparative Studies of National Population Projections in Industrialized Countries”, Journal of Population Problems, Vol.64, No.3, pp.45-69.
  • Kaneko, Ryuichi, Tsukasa Sasai, Saori Kamano, Miho Iwasawa, Fusami Mita, and Rie Moriizumi (2008) “Marriage Process and Fertility of Japanese Married Couples: Overview of the Results of the Thirteenth Japanese National Fertility Survey,Married Couples”, The Japanese Journal of Population, Vol.6, No.1, pp. 24-50.
  • Kaneko, Ryuichi, Tsukasa Sasai, Saori Kamano, Miho Iwasawa, Fusami Mita, and Rie Moriizumi(2008) “Attitudes toward Marriage and the Family among Japanese Singles: Overview of the Results of the Thirteenth Japanese National Fertility Survey, Singles”, The Japanese Journal of Population, Vol.6, No.1, pp. 51-75.
  • Kaneko, Ryuichi, Akira Ishikawa, Futoshi Ishii, Tsukasa Sasai, Miho Iwasawa, Fusami Mita, and Rie Moriizumi (2008) “Population Projections for Japan: 2006-2055: Outline of Results, Methods, and Assumptions”, The Japanese Journal of Population, Vol.6, No.1, pp. 76-114.
  • Raymo, James M., Letizia Mencarini, Miho Iwasawa and Rie Moriizumi (2010) “Intergenerational proximity and the fertility intentions on married women”, Asian Population Studies, Vol.6, No.2, pp.193-214.
  • Nagase, Nobuko and Rie Moriizumi (2010) “Work and Family Choices of Higher Educated Japanese Women: The Effects of Changing Labor Practices of Japanese Firms in the 90’s and 2000’s”, Journal of Social Sciences and Family Studies, No.17, pp.1-21.
  • Moriizumi, Rie and Kenji Kamata (2013) “International Comparison of the National Population Projections in Industrialized Countries”, Journal of Population Problems, Vol.69, No.3, pp.27-47.
  • Nagase, Nobuko and Rie Moriizumi (2013) “Females' Labor Force Participation Following the First Child Birth: Why Small Increase despite the Protective Law Changes in Japan”, Journal of Social Sciences and Family Studies, No.20, pp.19-36.