Patterns and Factors of Household Life Course in 18th and 19th Century Rural Japan.

A PSC Brown Bag Seminar

Noriko Tsuya (Keio University, Department of Economics)

Monday, 11/17/2003.   ARCHIVED EVENT

Location: 6050 ISR Thompson St

Using micro-level data drawn from local household/population registers in two farming villages in northeastern Japan from 1716-1870, this study examines the patterns of and individual, household, and community-level factors associated with household life course, as defined by headship succession (by death, retirement, and migration of previous head), household extinction, and household division.

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