Kei Sakata is a Research Fellow in the Longitudinal and Life-course Studies research and analysis team. He has been working with large data sets using advanced econometric methods in the areas of health, labour and population.
Kei's current research interests are:
- the effects of working hours on cognitive functioning and health;
- the effects of birth order and gender on parental investments on their children and
- the availability of childcare facility on maternal employment.