The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
January 2018(No.690)
SPECIAL ISSUE Disparity and Labor

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).

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CONTENTS

OPINION

Preferences and Wage Differences
Fumio Otake

ARTICLESAbstract January 2018(No.690) (PDF:411KB)

What Causes Inequality? Trends in Inequality in 2010’s
Kayoko Ishii
Inequality in Transition into Managerial Positions: From the Perspective of Intergenerational and Intragenerational Social Mobility
Hirohisa Takenoshita
Does Disparity Truly Affect Subjective Well-being?
Kunio Urakawa
Demographic Transformation and Economic Inequality in Japan
Sawako Shirahase
Networks and Social Stratification
Mitsunori Ishida
Interpretation of Unreasonable Disparities and Remedies Based on Article 20 of the Labor Contract Act
Chikako Kanki

PROSPECTS for LABOR POLICY

Moving Beyond the Legal System for Working Hours of the Labor Standards Act
Katsutoshi Kezuka

BOOK REVIEW

Masanobu Mitsui  The Study of the French Theory of Labor Contract
Ryo Hosokawa

NOTE

Yuji Genda Why Do Not Wages Increase in Spite of Labor Shortages?
Takenori Inoki

ARTICLE TODAY

Uy, M. A., Lin, K. J. & Ilies, R. “Is It Better to Give or Receive? 
The Role of Help in Buffering the Depleting Effects of Surface Acting”
Hiroaki Matsushita

FIELD EYE

Job Markets: the U.S. vs. Japan
Hiroaki Miyamoto

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