The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
April 2018(No.693)
The Labor Market of This Country

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

ARTICLES

Cross-national Discussion
Keiichiro Hamaguchi
The Labor Market in the United States
Masayuki Onda
Yoshinori Kamo
The Labor Market in the United Kingdom
Atsushi Yashiro
The Labor Market in Germany
Steffen Heinrich
The Labor Market in France
Hiromasa Suzuki
The Labor Market in the Netherlands
Eiko Kenjoh
The Labor Market in Sweden
Kenji Suzuki
The Labor Market in South Korea
Dongbae Kim

BOOK REVIEWS

Ryo Kambayashi The Standard World, the Non-standard World
Yuji Genda
Hiromi Tanaka What is the Earner-carer’s Model? Paths to Overcoming the Male Breadwinner Model
Minako Konno

ARTICLE TODAY

Reingard Zimmer “Auswirkungen von CETA und TTIP auf soziale Standards”
Shiro Ikawa

FIELD EYE

Gender Equality
Hiroaki Miyamoto

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