James M. Raymo is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at Princeton University. Much of his research focuses on family change in Japan, with an emphasis on socioeconomic differences. His published research includes analyses of marriage timing, divorce, recession and fertility, marriage and women’s health, single mothers’ well-being, living alone, family change and social inequality, employment and health at older ages, and regional differences in health at older ages. His recent work has been published in Demography, Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences, and Journal of Marriage and Family.
Articles by James Raymo
01 September 2023 | research article
12 January 2021 | research article
07 July 2015 | research article
03 June 2015 | research article
18 January 2013 | research article
17 December 2004 | research article