The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
April 2020(No.717)
The Labor Market during the Heisei Era (1989-2019)

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

ESSAYS

Overall Labor Market Trends
Souichi Ohta
Wages
Mitsuo Ishida
Wage Disparities
Yuji Genda
Regular and Non-Regular Workers
Kouichiro Imano
The Female Workforce
Machiko Osawa
The Young and the Unemployed
Reiko Kosugi
The Elderly Workforce
Atsushi Seike
The Non-Japanese Workforce
Jiro Nakamura
Equality Issues
Mutsuko Asakura
Job Turnover and Unemployment
Naohiro Yashiro
Work-Life Balance
Hiroki Sato
Human Resources Development
Atsushi Sato
Industrial Relations
Michio Nitta
Occupational Accidents
Kenichiro Nishimura
Labor Policy
Kazuo Sugeno

BOOK REVIEW

Norio Kambayashi, Mitsutoshi Hirano (eds.) Human Resource Management
in Japan
Tomoyuki Shimanuki

ARTICLE TODAY

Rivera, L.A., Tilcisik, A.“Scaling Down Inequality: Rating Scales, Gender
Bias, and the Architecture of Evaluation”
Kyoko Suzuki

FIELD EYE

“Work-Life Imbalance” Noted in Germany Too
Tomoko Kawada

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