Volume 43 - Article 46 | Pages 1367–1398

Demographic change and increasing late singlehood in East Asia, 2010–2050

By Albert Esteve, Ridhi Kashyap, Joan Garcia Roman, Yen-Hsin Alice Cheng, Setsuya Fukuda, Wanli Nie, Hyun-ok Lee

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