The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
December 2018(No.701)
Work Style Reform Series 1: Equal Pay for Equal Jobs

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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Abstracts (until February-March 2016)

CONTENTS

OPINION

The Rationality of Discrimination in Workforce Management Classification
Mutsuko Asakura

ARTICLESAbstracts December 2018(No.701) (PDF:482KB)

Empirical Analysis of Wage Differentials between Employment Contract Types
Daiji Kawaguchi
Part-Time and Fixed-Term Workers Act: Content and Problems
Yuko Shimada
Regulation for Equal and Balanced Treatment and the Dispatch of Workers
Yasuyuki Konishi
Balanced and Equal Treatment for Utilization of Part-time Employees in GMS
Business: The Case of Changes of Company A’s HRM since 2000
Mitsutoshi Hirano
Determinants of Wage Differences between Standard and Non-standard
Employees in Japan: The Human Resources Management Perspective
Tomoyuki Shimanuki

NOTE

Wage Gap between Unlimited-type Regular Workers and Limited-type Regular
Workers in Japan
Kengo Yasui
Shinpei Sano
Kouichi Kume
Kotaro Tsuru

PROSPECTS for LABOR POLICY

What Will be Required in Future Career Consulting
Shu Kimura

ARTICLE TODAY

Matta, F. K., Scott, B. A., Colquitt, J. A., Koopman, J., and Passantino, L. G.
“Is Consistently Unfair Better than Sporadically Fair? An Investigation of
Justice Variability and Stress”
Yousuke Nakatsu

FIELD EYE

Labor Productivity and Working Hours
Yuko Onozaka

The 41st Annual Award for Research Monographs on Labor, 2018

The 19th Annual Award for Research Articles on Labor, 2018

The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies

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