TANAKA Sigeto <http://www.sal.tohoku.ac.jp/~tsigeto/office.html>Editor= Miki NAKAI + Isamu SUGINO. 2008. 2005 SSM Research Series 9: Social Stratification from Life Course and Lifestyle Perspective. 2005nen SSM Tyousa Kenkyuukai, pp. 21–33.
(Graduate School of Arts and Letters, Tohoku University)
This paper estimates the economic risk that is latent in a peaceful marital life but will surface when the marriage ends. The main focus is on the gender effect on equivalent household income among divorced people. Chief independent variables are continuous regular employment during marriage and presence of young child, with pre-marriage occupational/educational status as control variables. Results indicate strong negative effect of presence of child under 13 and discontinuous career, which expose women to risk of poverty.
marriage, career, children
This paper is a part of research result of the research project granted by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI) 16001001 (represented by Sato Yoshimichi) in fiscal 2004-2007.
Tohoku University / Faculty of Arts and Letters / Applied Japanese Linguistics / TANAKA Sigeto / SSM Survey
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