Vol.48, No.1 (2000) Contents

Vol.48, No.1

PagesTitle/Author(s)
Special Topic: A Half Century of Statistical Research of the Japanese National Character
1-2 On the Special Issue "A Half Century of Statistical Research of the Japanese National Character"
Yoshiyuki SAKAMOTO
3-32 How Has the Japanese Way of Thinking Changed? A Half Century of the Statistical Survey of the Japanese National Character
Yoshiyuki SAKAMOTO
33-66 The Future of Quantitative Study on National Character - To Quantitative Study on Civilization from Comparative Study of National Character -
Chikio HAYASHI
67-76 Background of the Survey on the Japanese National Character
Sigeki NISIHIRA
77-92 Attitudinal Changes in the Last Half of the 20th Century in Japan : Its Elements and Forms
Yasumasa KURODA
93-119 A Bayesian Multinomial Logit Cohort Model for Data Obtained Using a Multiple Choice Question
Takashi NAKAMURA
121-145 An Application of UNISCAL to the Survey of the Japanese National Character
Takahiro TSUCHIYA
147-178 On Sampling Scheme and Sampling Precision in Five Most Recent Surveys of the Japanese National Character Study
Tadahiko MAEDA and Takashi NAKAMURA
179-195 Comprehensive References of Research Based on the Japanese National Character Survey

197-212 An Active Learning Algorithm Using an Information Criterion for the Maximum Weighted Log-likelihood Estimator
Takafumi KANAMORI and Hidetoshi SHIMODAIRA
213-227 How the Scheduled Macroeconomic Announcements Influence Foreign Exchange Markets
Yoichi KUWANA, Masayuki SUSAI and Yoshinori KAWASAKI
229-251 Microdata Disclosure Risk Assessment Based on the Expected Number of Predicted Individuals
Shido SAI

Colloquia
253 Statistical Research of the Japanese Way of Thinking : A Half Century of the Survey of the Japanese National Character
Yoshiyuki SAKAMOTO
255-258 Age, Period, and Cohort Effects as Different Causes of Social Change
Takashi NAKAMURA
259 Comparative Study of National Character : First Step to the Quantitative Study on Civilization
Chikio HAYASHI

261-265 ISM Cooperative Research Program (1999)

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