The Japanese Journal of Labour 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)
Oct. 2016(No.675) What the Form of Labour Should Be in the Agricultural Field
- Agriculture as a Job Opportunity
- Shinichi Shogenji
- The Trends and Future Prospects of Agricultural Employment
- Tsutomu Matsuhisa
- The Structure of Agricultural Labor in the Netherlands
- Yuichiro Ichinose
- For Making Farming More Attractive for the Younger Generations
- Kazuhito Yamashita
- “Non-economic Rationales” for Cost-effective Industrial Agriculture: Based on Accounts of a Manager of an Agricultural Corporation Specializing in Spring Onion Production
- Kenichi Noguchi
- Challenges for Women Farmers’ Active Engagement in Agriculture
- Kazue Sato
- Agriculture and Labour Law
- Hideo Kunitake
- Masatoshi Ohki Origin and Development of Principle of Equal Treatment in Italy
- Koichiro Yamaguchi
- Yasushi Ichimori Japanese Employment Systems in Transition: HR-Line Work Relations
- Takashi Nishimura
- Ashley Mears “Working for Free in the VIP: Relational Work and the Production of Consent”
- Shintaro Matsunaga
- Globalization Cuts Red Tape at the Border?
- Mizuki Komura