Tokyo, TOKYO 113-0033
University of Tokyo - Institute of Social Science
demand-side government intervention, elderly employment, Elderly Employment Stabilization Law
universal health insurance, health care utilization, supply-side response, Japan
internal migration, China, job mobility, occupational prestige, hukou
peer effect, neighborhood effect
researchers' time use, research output, academic researchers, academic administration, education, multi-tasking
long-term care insurance, care workers
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aging, caregiving, employment, labor supply, long‐term care
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