Registration Form for Population Association of Japan 2017 Annual Meeting

All participants must fill out this form. If you want to submit for more than one session, you need to fill out this form for each submission.

Forthcoming important dates are listed below.

Schedules until the meeting (plan)
Deadline for registration of submitting reports and/or participation:March 20th, 2017
Deadline for submission of abstract:March 20th, 2017
Receipt of acceptance for presentation:Around mid-April, 2017
Tentative program open to the public:Around mid-April, 2017
Deadline for making revisions to abstracts:The end of May, 2017
Final program open to the public:The end of May, 2017
The 69th annual meeting:June 10th and 11th (and 12th for inspection tour), 2017


The Program Committee for Population Association of Japan (the Chair: Kohei Wada)
E-mail: paj2017[atmark]gmail.com
FAX: 042-674-3425

Registration for PAJ 2017

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Schedule of attendance at sessions: Saturday, June 10: Sessions
Saturday, June 10: Reception
Sunday, June 11: Sessions
Monday, June 12: Inspection tour

Application for a presentation:
Fill in following items for the application of your presentation. If you want to submit a presentation proposal, please provide your title. Abstract (pdf format) has to be submitted from another page using id and password issued by this registration.
Session list: Symposium: Demographic problems in Tohoku region - past, present and the future? - People having lived with natural disasters -
Theme Session 1: Population from the perspective of regional studies
Theme Session 2: Subjective Data in Demography (possibly in English)
Panel Session 1: Regional varitaion in population and family: Urban-rural comparison from a hisotrical perspective
Panel Session 2: Low Fertility in East Asia and Women's Employment (in English)
Panel Session 3: Comparative study on people's perception of fertility decline and its relationship with the family and labor market policies (possibly in English)
Panel Session 4: Marriage and fertility in Japan, based on the 15th National Fertility Survey
Panel Session 5: Biodemography of fertility
Regular Sessions

Only invited speakers can apply for Symposium and Panel Sessions.
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