Innocenti Report Card Child Well-being in Rich Countries: Comparing Japan Published: 2013 Innocenti Report Card Using national data sources from Japan and matching them carefully with the data used in the original Report Card 11, this report manages to include Japan in the league table and subsequent ranking in each of five dimensions in order to assess Japan’s performance in child well-being among developed countries. Maintaining as much as possible the original framework of the RC11, the analysis is based on indicators that are strictly comparable between Japan and the other countries. + - Cite this publication | No. of pages: 36 | Thematic area: Child Poverty, Rights of the Child, Social Policies | Tags: child poverty, japan × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION 2013 Child Well-being in Rich Countries: Comparing Japan. , pp. 36.