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Jeongsoo KIM

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surv_function for marriage
housing and marriage by gender
Cph and Surv
having children by household level
Housing and fertility in Korea
Cox proportional hazard model and survival functionj analysis
ASFR
US first-generation Korean Migrant ASFR
Chapter2
Chapter1.
Prescinct districts in Bexar County
Turn out rates in general election of May 2019
Policy impact on TFR
Five countries those show a recuperation successfuly.
US fertility by County
Test without imputation
without imputation
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homeownership and parity of birth
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without imputation
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with imputatoin
WITHOUT imputation
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TFR Probabilistic Projection
Dissertation chapter 2.3
Dissertation Chapter2.3
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Chapter 2.3
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Chapter 2.2 Cox proportional hazard model
Dissertation chapter 2.2
Dissertation chapter 2.2
Dissertation chapter 2.1
Dissertation chapter 2
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housing and childbearing
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a draft of Cox hazard model
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new test by pace
Chapter 1 for dissertation
Not the same answers for rapidly aging societies
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NHTS data distance of home-work by states and MSAs level
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KLIPS 2016 19th wave
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KLIPS 2016 19th wave
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Asian migrant fertility
Residential determinants in Korea by using KLIPS 2006
a decade ago in Korea
Residential determinants in Korea by using KLIPS
for APA conference
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US fertility slope analysis
GIS 2
GIS 1
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Second birth with Cox and discrete hazard model
The suvival perspective of the relationship between second child and financial determinants
Recent cohorts in South Korea have shown different family formation trends, characterized by delaying marriage and childbearing, since the 1997 economic crisis. This paper analyzes the financial status determinants of parity-specific fertility. The purpose of this paper is to find how young generations’ financial behaviors are correlated with fertility behaviors. This paper uses AFT(Accelerated Failure Time) model to predict financial determinants of higher parity. Specifically, this paper focuses on which financial characteristics are significantly related to the second child-birth. Given that lifetime financial resources are limited, young Koreans allocate the resources selectively among the lifetime choices: fertility, housing, and retirement. The housing burden is one of the most serious concerns in marriages and childbearing.