The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
Concepts of Interdisciplinary Labor Studies
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies is a peer review-based specialist research magazine containing high-quality articles by researchers and experts active in the front lines of research (first issued in 1959).
- Published on the 25th of each month. B5 size, roughly 100 pages.
\852 + tax (postage not included) per issue.
- Annual subscription: \11,040 (incl. 8% consumption tax; free postage)
- Hajime Wada (Law) / Norio Hisamoto (Social Policy and Industrial Relations) / Yuji Genda(Economics) / Chieko Kamibayashi (Sociology)
- Labor Market
- Koichi Kamata (Law) / Munetomo Ando (Economics) / Tetsu Sano (Sociology)
- Masaaki Iwanaga (Law) / Ryouji Kaneko (Industrial Relations) / Ikutaro Enatsu (Human Resource Management) / Daiji Kawaguchi (Economics)
- Capability / Competency
- Yasuo Ishii (Law) / Makoto Suzuki (Industrial Relations) / Ryuichi Tanaka (Economics) / Hideyuki Nimura (Psychology) / Yuki Honda (Sociology)
- Academic Abilities
- Shinpei Sano (Economics) / Yuko Tarumi (Sociology) / Kayo Matsushita (Sociology)
- Koichi Tominaga (Law) / Naomi Kodama (Economics) / Hiroaki Yoshii (Sociology)
- Yasuo Suwa (Law) / Mitsutoshi Hirano (Human Resource Management) / Shu Kimura (Psychology) / Reiko Kosugi (Sociology)
- Hideo Akabayashi, Michio Naoi, and Chizuru Shikishima An Economic Analysis of Academic Ability, Non-Cognitive Ability, and Family Background:
Primary Findings from a Panel Survey of Japanese School-Age Children
- Toshiaki Kawaguchi
- Kukla, R. and Lance, M. N. ‘Yo!’ and ‘Lo!’: The Pragmatic Topography of the Space of Reasons
- Kota Uno
- Social Security Reform: Complication with Minimum Age Requirement
- Akiyo Shimamura