Professor; Coordinator, Demography Certificate Program Hunter College; The Graduate Center; CUNY Institute for Demographic Research
Degrees/Diplomas: PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 1981
Campus Affiliation: Hunter College
Research Interests: Longevity and aging, Mathematical demography and demographic methodology
Primary Teaching Areas
Methods of Demographic Analysis
Major causes of the rapid longevity extension in postwar Japan. Japan Journal of Population,
Thatcher AR, Cheung SLK, Horiuchi S
, and Robine, JM. The compression of deaths above the mode. Demographic Research 2010; 22:505-538.
, Wilmoth JR, and Pletcher S. A decomposition method based on a model of continuous change. Demography, 2008; 45(4):785-801.
Glei D, Horiuchi S
. The narrowing sex gap in life expectancy: Effects of sex differences in the age pattern of mortality. Population Studies, 2007; 61(2):141-159.
. Causes of death among the oldest-old: Distributions and age variations. In: Robine JM, Crimmins E, Horiuchi S, Zeng Y, eds., Human Longevity, Individual Life Duration, and the Growth of the Oldest-Old Population. Springer, pp.215-235, 2006.
, Finch C, Mesle F, and Vallin J. Differential patterns of age-related mortality increase in middle age and old age. Journal of Gerontology: Biological Sciences, 2003; 58A(6):495-507.
. Interspecies comparison of life span distribution: Humans versus invertebrates. In: Carey J, Tuljapurkar S, eds., Life Span: Evolutionary, Ecological and Demographic Perspectives, (Population and Development Review, Special Supplement to Volume 29), pp. 127-151, 2003.
BA, Keio University, 1970
MA, Keio University, 1972
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 1981