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Socioeconomic factors influencing longevity in Japan.(ANTHOLOGY): An article from: Atlantic Economic Journal [HTML] [Digital]

Yukichika Kawata

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Although there are no obvious reasons for this phenomenon, it is sometimes stated that, in Japan, after they are separated from their partners (due to death, divorce, etc), old men arc prone to dying earlier whereas women tend to live longer lives. The purpose of this paper is to examine if this empirical observation can be confirmed by the socioeconomic data of the entire nation at the local government level. Although, available data arc limited, our results may suggest socioeconomic policies that may extend the average life expectancy by improving living conditions of both old men and women.


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