Analyzing Japan's Economy and Society 日本経済・社会の分析
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Fascinating. How much of the uplift in the 25-29 sag for women could be correlated with changes in marriage and child bearing patterns? The data should be available. Makes me wish I’d taken the trouble to learn to do regression analysis.
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