The Population Policy Lab was established in October 2021 to conduct empirical research on the population changes and social issues accompanied by low birth rates and aging societies.
The lab's research focuses on the following study areas: 1) factors contributing to low birth rates and policies to address them; 2) Expected social changes in accordance with population aging such as future population decrease; 3) institutional improvements needed to adapt to population change.
Later this year, the PPL plans to conduct the second Survey on Koreans' Set of Values regarding Marriage and Family in the COVID-19 Era. The results of this survey will be used in research that examines how attitudes on marriage and family have changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Seulki Choi
- Demography, Sociology
- Wook Sohn
- Banking & Finance
- Junesoo Lee
- Public Management
- Joeun Kim
- Social Demography, Gender and work
- Yeonwook Kang (email@example.com)