University of Tokyo, 2015
University of Tokyo, 2017
Fumiya Uchikoshi is a Ph.D student at the Department of Sociology, Princeton University. He received his M.A. in Sociology from the University of Tokyo in 2017 and his bachelor's degree from the University of Tokyo in 2015. His primary research interests are in family demography and social stratification. His current research examines the diverging family behaviors and its impact on social inequality and the consequences of newly emerging behaviors on future life course outcomes in familialistic societies. A second line of research examines occupational segregation by gender in Japan, focusing on its trends and causes.
Raymo, James M., Fumiya Uchikoshi, and Shohei Yoda. 2021. “Marriage Intentions, Desires, and Pathways to Later and Less Marriage in Japan.” Demographic Research 44: 67-98 doi: doi.org/10.4054/DemRes.2021.44.3;
Fujihara, Sho and Fumiya Uchikoshi. 2019. “Declining Association with Persistent Gender Asymmetric Structure: Patterns and Trends in Educational Assortative Marriage in Japan.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 60: 66-77 doi: doi.org/10.1016/j.rssm.2018. 12.001;
Uchikoshi, Fumiya and Ryota Mugiyama. 2020. “Trends in Occupational Sex Segregation in Japan: A Decomposition Analysis of Census Data, 1980-2005.” Japanese Journal of Popula- tion Studies. 56: 9-23 doi: https://doi.org/10.24454/jps.1901001