The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
May 2017(No.682) Support and Investment to Health of Workers

Abstract (until February-March 2016)

CONTENTS

OPINION

Proposals for Promoting “Health and Productivity Management”
Hiroya Ogata

ARTICLESAbstract May 2017(No.682) (PDF:38KB)

Research Trends of Health and Productivity Management: Disentangling Conflict between Worksite Health Promotion and Business Administration
Yuta Morinaga
Problems Faced by Workers Receiving Cancer Treatment and Supportive Measures
Hatoe Sakamoto Yamaguchi
Miyako Takahashi
The Difference and Determinant of Medical Care Expenditure by Health Insurance Societies in Japan
Yui Ohtsu
The Impact of Worker’s Age on Occupational Injury, Illness, and Fatality: Evidence from Japanese Data
Tadashi Sakai
Duties of Employers in the Occupational Safety and Health Law for Ensuring Worker Health and Preventing Injuries or Illness
Toshiharu Suzuki

PROSPECTS for LABOR POLICY

Research Questions on the Relationship between Learning and Career Changes:
Lessons from the Experience of “KOSEN” Education
Masakazu Yano

BOOK REVIEW

Yukie Hori Sociological Approach to Job Selection Process at Japanese
High School: Revisiting the Stylized View on “Japanese Transition Model”
Mitsuhiro Ogawa

NOTE

Iain Gately Rush Hour : How 500 Million Commuters
Survive the Daily Journey to Work
Ryo Inagaki

ARTICLE TODAY

Brynin, Malcolm and Perales, Francisco “Gender Wage Inequality:
The De-gendering of the Occupational Structure”
Sumire Kurokawa

FIELD EYE

Brazil’s Litigation Epidemic: Case of Labor Court
Akiyo Shimamura