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SSJDAセミナー(2020年3月24日(火)開催)
〝The Global Gag Rule and Women's Reproductive Health: Rhetoric Versus Reality″


日時: 2020年3月24日(火)14時00分~15時00分

会場: 東京大学 本郷キャンパス 赤門総合研究棟 5階センター会議室(549号室) 

言語: 英語(通訳なし)

題目: The Global Gag Rule and Women's Reproductive Health: Rhetoric Versus Reality

講師: Yana Rodgers (Women's and Gender Studies, Economist, Rutgers University, U.S.)     


※本セミナーは中止となりました。皆様にはご迷惑をおかけしまして誠に申し訳ございません。

第3回 SSJDAセミナー(2019年10月18日(金)開催)
〝A Job Market for Unmarried People?″


日時: 2019年10月18日(金)11時00分~12時00分

会場: 東京大学 本郷キャンパス 赤門総合研究棟 5階センター会議室(549号室) 

言語: 英語(通訳なし)

題目: A Job Market for Unmarried People?

講師: Romain Huret (Historian, Vice-president, EHESS: School for Advanced Studies, France)     

Abstract:
This lecture revises our current understanding of job markets by looking at unmarried people. By analyzing marriage bars and temporary jobs, I will show how marriage has been a dividing line in many professions (nursing, teaching). If this lecture is mainly focused on the United States, I will look at other countries, especially France and Japan.


    

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第2回 SSJDAセミナー(2019年6月25日(火)開催)
〝Where it matters to be the only one: new comparative evidence on the performance of only-children from PISA 2000 and ISEAD″


日時: 2019年6月25日(火)12時00分~13時00分

会場: 東京大学 本郷キャンパス 社会科学研究所 1階 第一会議室 

言語: 英語(通訳なし)

題目: Where it matters to be the only one: new comparative evidence on the performance of only-children from PISA 2000 and ISEAD

講師: Seongsoo Choi (Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Republic of Korea)     

Abstract:
Despite the increasing concern about only-children in low-fertility societies, scientific evidence on how they perform developmentally relative to children with siblings has been far from conclusive. We attribute this inconsistency to the lack of comparative approach, highlighting the importance of country's family size context. Using data from the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2000 on 15-year old students and International Sibsize and Educational Attainment Database (ISEAD) on adult children, we examine how family socioeconomic status and various cognitive and noncognitive outcomes of only-children vary across countries. We find that only-children's family background and educational performance relative to children with siblings are consistently better across a range of cognitive and non-cognitive outcomes at age 15 in countries where small families are more common. Their relatively better performance in cognitive outcomes (e.g., reading and math) is largely explained by their family origin advantage, while the family origin difference explains only small part of their better performance in interpersonal outcomes. Our evidence further suggests that such systematic cross-national differences in the premium of being an only-child at age 15 is extended to educational attainment in the adulthood. Lastly, the importance of country's family size context is attenuated at most modestly by the indicators of various public policies. Our study illuminates an important route of intergenerational transmission of family (dis)advantages through changing family size in the era of low fertility.


    

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第1回 SSJDAセミナー
〝Do Immigrants Crowd Out Natives From Their Residential Neighborhoods?: Evidence from Seoul, Korea.″

日時:2019年3月20日(水) 11時00分~12時00分

会場: 東京大学 本郷キャンパス 赤門総合研究棟 5階センター会議室(549号室) 

言語: 英語(通訳なし)

題目: 「Do Immigrants Crowd Out Natives From Their Residential Neighborhoods?: Evidence from Seoul, Korea.」
講師: Hyunjoo Yang(School of Northeast Asian Studies Incheon National University)
Abstract: 
This study investigates the impact of an increase in immigrant inflow on native Koreans' residential choice in narrowly defined neighborhoods within Seoul using a unique administrative dataset. Our study gathers data regarding the 2007 introduction of visas for overseas Koreans (the F-4 visa program) as a source of plausibly exogenous variation in the inflow of immigrants, which confirms that townships in Seoul lost more than five natives for every ten additional immigrants between 2006 and 2015. Additional analyses using a builtin survey question in the internal migration move-in registration form suggest that the crowding out effect of immigration is due to natives' preference, rather than to labor market opportunities.

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