The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
February-March 2017(No.680)
The Present Situation of Labor Law Theories:A Review of Academic Works 2014-16

Abstract (until February-March 2016)

CONTENTS

OPINION

The Future of Labor Law: Importance of Historical Study,Comparative Study and International Communication
Makoto Ishida

ACADEMIC SURVEY

The Present Situation of Labor Law Theories:A Review of Academic Works 2014-16
Keiko Ogata
Takuyuki Kawata
Koichi Tominaga
Hiroya Nakakubo

ARTICLES Abstract February-March 2017(No.680) (PDF:402KB)

Research on the Uncertain Periods of Employment Contracts
Yuji Genda
Preferences of Hospital Physicians Residing in Large Cities in Japan for Working in Remote and Rural Areas
Hiroshi Sano
Rei Goto
Masayasu Murakami
Hiroaki Kakihara
Who Holds Multiple Jobs?: Empirical Analysis of Multiple Job Holding Using a Japanese Internet Survey
Atsushi Kawakami

BOOK REVIEWS

Lizzie Barmes Bullying and Behavioural Conflict at Work:The Duality of Individual Rights
Hiromi Kashiwazaki
Hiroyasu Kamo Dispatched Workers and Care Workers in the Local Labor Market
Chie Hanaoka
Yasutaka Fukui Labor Market Entry in Historical Perspective: Economic Sociology of Job Search and Hiring of New University Graduates in Japan
Manabu Ishioka

ARTICLE TODAY

Francesca Mazzolari and Giuseppe Ragusa “Spillovers from High-Skill Consumption to Low-Skill Labor Markets”
Hirotaka Ito

FIELD EYE

Brazil at a Crossroads: Contested Labor Reform
Akiyo Shimamura