James Raymo

James Raymo Classes:
Soc 357 Methods of Sociological InquirySoc 365 Computing in Sociological ResearchSoc 674 Elementary Demographic TechniquesSoc 693 Practicum in Analysis and ResearchSoc 971 Family and Household DemographySoc 997 Demography and Ecology Training Seminar
Professor of Sociology
Chair, Department of Sociology
Director, Concentration in Analysis and Research
4446 Sewell Social Sciences
(608) 262-2783
Fax: (608) 262-8400
jraymo@ssc.wisc.edu

Alternate Website
Office Hours: by appt only (F'17)

Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications:

Lim, So-jung and James M. Raymo. 2016. “Marriage and Women’s Health in Japan.” Forthcoming in Journal of Marriage and Family.

Raymo, James M., Hyunjoon Park, Yu Xie, Wei-Jun Jean Yeung. 2015. “Marriage and Family in East Asia: Continuity and Change.” Annual Review of Sociology 41:471-492.

Warren, John R., Andrew Halpern-Manners, Liying Luo, James M. Raymo, and Alberto Palloni. 2015. “Do Different Methods for Modeling Age-Graded Trajectories Yield Consistent and Valid Results?” American Journal of Sociology 120:1809-1856.

Raymo, James M., Marcia Carlson, Alicia VanOrman, So-jung Lim, Brienna Perelli-Harris, and Miho Iwasawa. 2015. “Educational Differences in Early Childbearing: A Cross-national Comparative Study.” Demographic Research 33:65-92.

Raymo, James M. 2015. “Living Alone in Japan: Relationships with Happiness and Health.” Demographic Research 32:1267-1298.

Raymo, James M., Kelly Musick, and Miho Iwasawa. 2015. "Gender Equity, Opportunity Costs of Parenthood, and Educational Differences in Unintended First Births: Insights from Japan" Population Research and Policy Review 34:179

Halpern-Manners, Andrew, John R. Warren, and James M. Raymo. 2015. “The Impact of Work and Family Trajectories on Economic Well-being at Older Ages.” Social Forces 93:1369–1396.

Research Projects:

Center for Demography and Ecology
Changes in Family Structure and Economic Well-being in Twenty Nations
Family Change in Japan

CDE Research Theme Working Groups:

Demography of Inequality
Health and Mortality
Fertility, Families and Households
Environmental and Spatial Demography