Tri-Universities Conference on Well-being and Social Inequality in East Asia

Session 1: Inequalities, Happiness, and Life Chances

Hiroshi Ishida
Intergenerational Reproduction of Disadvantages Across Generations in Japan: Do Initial Disadvantages in Childhood Affect Later Life Chances?


Sinn Won Han
Variations in Work Hours and Returns to Work Hours in Comparative Perspective


Satoshi Araki
Inequality in Education and Happiness: Explaining the Heterogeneous Link between Higher Education and Life Satisfaction in East Asia and Beyond

Hiroshi Ishida

The University of Tokyo

Sinn Won Han

The University of Hong Kong

Satoshi Araki

The University of Hong Kong

Session 2: Migration, Attitudes, and Health

Yuyao Liu & Eric Fong
Citizenship Status, Naturalization Requirements, and Immigrants’ Attitudes toward Immigrants


Sou Hyun Jang
The Impact of Transnational Ties on Immigrant Health: Focusing on Immigrant Generations


Guy Abel
Exploring LinkedIn Data for Research on High-Skilled Migration Patterns in East Asia

Yuyao Liu

The University of Hong Kong

Eric Fong

The University of Hong Kong

Sou Hyun Jang

Korea University

Prof. Guy-Abel

Guy Abel

The University of Hong Kong

Session 3: Household Arrangement, Labor Market, and Violence

Ming Wen
Patterns, Sources and Implications of Living Arrangements among Middle-Aged and Older Adults in China


 

Hyojong Song
Social Distancing and Domestic Violence: An Exploratory Study on the Impact of Social Distancing during COVID-19
on Domestic Violence Victimization in South Korea

 

Duoduo Xu
Who Cares? Childcare Providers and Women’s Labor Supply in Hong Kong

Ming Wen

The University of Hong Kong

Hyojong Song

Korea University

Duoduo Xu

The University of Hong Kong

Session 4: Well-being and Identity

Tarani Chandola
The Diurnal Rhythms of Subjective Well-being and Health in Rural China

 

Eun Kyong Shin
Sociomarkers and Connectomes: Neurodevelopmental
Imprints in Adolescent Brains

 

Yongmoon Kim &
Jae-Mahn Shim

Relationship between Latent Class of Multiple Identity and Sub-factors of Internet Gaming Addiction Measure among South Korean Adolescents

Tarani Chandola

Tarani Chandola

The University of Hong Kong
 

Dr. Eun Kyong Shin

Eun Kyong Shin

Korea University
 

Yongmoon Kim

Korea Disease Control
and Prevention Agency

Jae-Mahn Shim

Korea University
 

Session 5: Institution and Policy

Won-Sub Kim
Policy Learning and Institutionalization of a
Long-Term Care Insurance
in South Korea

 

Yuto Kitamura
Commuting Challenges for
High School Students in a Declining Population Area in Japan and the Potential for Citizenship Education

 

Il Joon Chung
Governing International Relations of South Korea after the Neoliberal Globalization:
A Quantum Scientific Approach

Won-Sub Kim

Korea University

Yuto Kitamura

The University of Tokyo

Il Joon Chung

Korea University

Enquiry

Alan Tang