The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
February-March 2021(No.728)
ACADEMIC SURVEY
The Present Situation of Labour Economic Studies:
A Review of Academic Works 2018-20
SPECIAL ISSUE
Working Conditions of Seafarers

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)

OPINION

Seafarer Labor and Improving the Attractiveness of Seafaring
Masahiro Sugiyama

ACADEMIC SURVEY

The Present Situation of Labour Economic Studies:
A Review of Academic Works 2018-20
Michihito Ando
Hiroko Okudaira
Keisuke Kawata
Hiromi Hara

SPECIAL ISSUE
Working Conditions of Seafarers

ARTICLESAbstracts February-March 2021 (PDF:475KB)

On the Working Styles of Coastal Ships Seafarers
Fumihiro Hatamoto
Collective Labor-Management Relations of Seafarers
Hiroyuki Tachikawa
The New Health and Safety System for Seafarers
Shuji Hisamune
Toward Reform of Working Styles for Seafarers in Coastal Shipping:
Characteristics and Issues of Seafarer Labor Legislation
Shinobu Nogawa

BOOK NOTE

Yasuhiro Hattori Rethinking Organizational Behavior: How We Think and
How to Use It
Shintaro Matsunaga

ARTICLE TODAY

Sawhney, G., Jennings, K. S., Britt, T. W. and Sliter, M. T.
“Occupational Stress and Mental Health Symptoms: Examining the Moderating
Effect of Work Recovery Strategies in Firefighters”
Masato Horio

FIELD EYE

The Continuing Growth of Food Banks in the UK
Junko Yamashita

The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies

AbstractsAbstracts (until February-March 2016)