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센터정보 국제행사 연구발간물 자료실


(2022-2023) Family Database in the Asia-Pacific Region

The family database in the Asia-Pacific Region 2022-2023 covers data on family outcomes and policies of eleven countries (11: Australia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam) and economies, which allows for cross-national comparison and time analyses across OECD countries.


The database consists of 28 indicators that are useful to gauge changing family trends, such as "Family size and household composition", "Marriage and divorce rates", "Fertility rates", "Life expectancy at birth", "Typology of childcare and early-education services", "Educational attainment by gender", "Usual working hours per week by gender", and "Young people not in education or employment", under four main dimensions: 1) SF: the structure of families, 2) LMF: the labour market position of families, 3) PF: public policies for families and children, and 4) CO: child outcomes.


Below is the complete list of indicators included in the dataset, and you may find the summaries and datasets for each indicator in the attachments:




1. The structure of families (SF)
Families and Children

SF1.1 Family size and household compositionAdobeExcel

SF1.4 Population by age of children and young adults, and youth dependency ratioAdobeExcel


Fertility indicators

SF2.1 Fertility ratesAdobeExcel

SF2.3 AP-Age of mothers at childbirthAdobeExcel

SF2.4 Share of births outside of marriageAdobeExcel


Marital and partnership status

SF3.1 Marriage and divorce ratesAdobeExcel

SF3.2. Family dissolution and childrenAdobeExcel

SF3.4. Intimate partner violenceAdobeExcel


2. The labour market position of families (LMF)
Families, children and employment status

LMF1.4 Employment profiles over the life-courseAdobeExcel

LMF1.5 Gender pay gaps for full time workersAdobeExcel

LMF1.6 Gender differences in employment outcomesAdobeExcel


Workplace hours and time for caring

LMF2.1 Usual working hours per week by genderAdobeExcel


3. Public policies for families and children (PF)
General policies for families with children

PF1.3 Family cash benefitsAdobeExcel


Child-related leave

PF2.1 Key characteristics of parental leave systemsAdobeExcel


Typology of childcare systems

PF4.1 Typology of childcare and early-education servicesAdobeExcel


4. Child outcomes (CO)
Child health

CO1.1 Infant and child mortalityAdobeExcel

CO1.2 Life expectancy at birthAdobeExcel

CO1.3 Low birth weightAdobeExcel

CO1.4 Childhood vaccinationAdobeExcel

CO1.6 Disease-based indicators: prevalence of diabetes and asthma among childrenAdobeExcel



CO3.1 Educational attainment by genderAdobeExcel

CO3.2 Gender differences in university graduates by fields of studyAdobeExcel

CO3.3 Literacy scores by gender at age 10 AdobeExcel

CO3.4 Literacy scores by gender at age 15 AdobeExcel

CO3.5 Young people not in education or employmentAdobeExcel

CO3.6 Percentage of immigrant students and their educational outcomes AdobeExcel


Societal participation

CO4.1 Participation in and membership of groups and organisations for young adultsAdobeExcel

CO4.2 Participation rates of first-time votersAdobeExcel


(2020-2021) Family Database in the Asia-Pacific Region