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National Institute of Population and Social Security Research

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Research Team

The Japanese Mortality Database is created and disclosed as part of the General Accounting Project, “Demographic research on the causes and the socio-economic consequence of longetivity extension in Japan”(2011-2013), "Demographic research on longevity extension, population aging, and their effects on the social security and socio-economic structures in Japan" (2014-2016), "Comprehensive research from a demographic viewpoint on the longevity revolution" (2017-2019), and "Modeling and Comprehensive Analysis of Population, Economy and Society of Ultra-Longevity" (2020-) in the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research. The project members in 2022 are as follows:

Internal Members:
Yu Korekawa (Director, Department of International Research and Cooperation) [Japanese Mortality Database]
Reiko Hayashi (Deputy Director-General)
Nobuyuki Izumida (Director, Department of Empirical Social Security Research)
Motomi Beppu (Department of Information Collection and Analysis)[Japanese Mortality Database]
Itaru Sato (Department of Theoretical Social Security Research)
Keita Suga (Department of Population Structure Research) [Japanese Mortality Database]
External Members:
Futoshi Ishii (Professor at Keio University)
Yui Otsu (Associate Professor at Saitama University)
Yasuhiko Saito (Professor at Nihon University)
Emiko Shinohara (Project Assistant Professor at Tokyo University)
Yu Horiguchi (Graduate student at Keio University)
Mikito Masuda (Associate Professor at Komazawa University)
France Meslé (INED)