Dr Ryohei Mogi
Postdoctoral Researcher, Sociology and Social Demography, Department of Sociology
Ryohei Mogi is a demographer and seeks to understand the fertility decline and family change by developing alternative measures and analysing the key factors of such decline and change and its consequences. He particularly focuses on childlessness, mate search, and partnership formation.
Ryohei received his PhD in Demography from Autonomous University of Barcelona and Centre for Demographic Studies in 2020 and European Research Certificate in Demography from European Doctoral School of Demography at Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and La Sapienza University of Rome.
- Low fertility
- Intimate relationships
- Partnership formation
- Multigenerational linkage
- Educational gradient and parity contribution to completed cohort fertility change in low fertility settings. Population Studies 75(2): 153–167. Lazzari, E., Mogi, R., & Canudas-Romo, V. (2021).
- Cross-sectional average length of life childless. Demography 58(1): 321–344. Mogi, R., Nisén, J., & Canudas-Romo, V. (2021).
- Decomposing changes in first birth trends: Quantum, timing, or variance. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 18: 167-184. Mogi, R. & del Mundo, M. (2020).
- Order matters: The effect of premarital pregnancy on second childbearing in Japan. Demographic Research 39(48): 1305-1330. Uchikoshi, F. & Mogi, R. (2018).
- Expected years ever married. Demographic Research 38(47): 1423-1456. Mogi, R. & Canudas-Romo, V. (2018).