Noriko O. Tsuya
Noriko Tsuya is Professor of the Department of Economics at Keio University in Tokyo and was formerly a Research Fellow at the East-West Center. She was also Visiting Professor at California Institute of Technology. She holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Chicago with specialization in demography and social statistics/ quantitative methodology. Her research focuses on fertility and family change in Asia and developed countries. She is a Council Member of the Science Council of Japan, the country’s national academy, chairing the subcommittee on population change and economy. She is also a member of the Statistics Committee of Cabinet Office, the Government of Japan, chairing the subcommittee on population and social statistics, and of the Social Security Commission of Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare, chairing the committee on population projection.
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