The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
January 2020(No.714)
SPECIAL ISSUE 1
Behavioral Economics and Labor Studies
SPECIAL ISSUE 2
How Will AI Change Working Styles?

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)

SPECIAL ISSUE 1
Behavioral Economics and Labor Studies

OPINION

The Effectiveness of Behavioral Economics in Labor Studies
Fumio Ohtake

ARTICLESAbstracts January 2020(No.714) (PDF:426KB)

The Potential Impact of Behavioral Economics on Labor Research
Tomoharu Mori
A Behavioral Economics View of Overtime Work
Hirofumi Kurokawa
Behavioral Economics as Viewed from the Perspective of Behavioral Science
Tatsuya Kameda

SPECIAL ISSUE 2
How Will AI Change Working Styles?

LECTURES

Methods of Collaborating with Machines
Yuuki Hara
AI That Takes on Care Work
Joe Sadamatsu

DISCUSSION

How Will AI Change Working Styles?
Shingou Ikeda
Joe Sadamatsu
Jun Nakahara
Yuuki Hara
Yota Yamamoto

NOTE

Factors Influencing the Effectiveness of Self-Development Support for
Enterprise Organizations
Yuichiro Sato
Junko Suehiro

BOOK REVIEW

Shiro Ikawa Labour Law in the EU Internal Market:Tension and Reconciliation
with Fundamental Economic Freedoms
Shinpei Ishida

ARTICLE TODAY

Hoque, K. et al. “Are High-performance Work Practices (HPWPs)
Enabling or Disabling? Exploring the Relationship between
Selected HPWPs and Work-related Disability Disadvantage”
Takashi Maruyama

FIELD EYE

Reasons for the Spread of the Sharing Economy and Legal Responses
Qi Zhong

The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies

AbstractsAbstracts (until February-March 2016)