The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
February-March 2020(No.716)
The Present Situation of Labour Law Theories:
A Review of Academic Works 2017-19
Job-Hunting as an Industry

Abstracts (until February-March 2016)

CONTENTS

OPINION

The Job-Hunting Services Paradox
Masahiro Abe

ACADEMIC SURVEY

The Present Situation of Labour Law Theories:
A Review of Academic Works 2017-19
Masatoshi Ohki
Miki Kawaguchi
Susumu Noda
Yoko Hashimoto

ARTICLESFebruary-March 2020(No.716) (PDF:413KB)

Where Does Career Support and Education in Universities Stand?
Erosion by Business, or a New Type of Education?
Koichiro Komikawa
The Function of University Job Placement Divisions: Now and in the Future
Masao Oshima
From Recruitment Magazine to Recruitment Website: On the Connection
between Universities and Business
Mei Kagawa
Labor Problems in the Hiring of New University Graduates
Ryo Sasaki
What Advantage Does Outsourcing of Recruitment and Selection of New
Graduates Bring? From a Survey of HR Professionals on New Graduate
Hiring in 2020
Takashi Nishimura
Tomoyuki Shimanuki

PROSPECTS for LABOR POLICY

Japan’s OJT and the PIAAC Studies
Naoki Mitani

ARTICLE

The Labor Market Effects of Immigration: An Overview of the Empirical
Literature
Akira Sasahara

NOTES

Diversity of Employment Status in Perspectives of Contract Term, Worked
Hours, and Designation: The Potential of Open-ended Short-time
Regular Employment
Kazutomo Komae
Yuji Genda
Examination of the Relationship between Social Security System Income
Security and Working Condition Regulations: With Reference to UK and
German Law
Aiko Abe

ARTICLE TODAY

Doruk Uysal Irak et al. “Emotional Support Makes the Difference:
Work-Family Conflict and Employment Related Guilt among Employed
Mothers”
Naoko Hanado

FIELD EYE

The End of Study Abroad?
Hirofumi Konishi