The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
May 2019(No.706)
Work Style Reform Series 3 : Other Implementation Plans

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

Rebalancing Regulation and Labour-Management Autonomy
Kazuo Sugeno

ARTICLES

Legal Issues surrounding Work Styles that are not Due to Employment
Koichi Kamata
The Current “Employment Ice-age” Situation :Perspective on the Transition
from School to Work
Yukie Hori
Conditions for Improving the Quality of Work
Hiroshi Ono
Will “Equal Pay for Equal Work” Increase the Competitiveness of Companies? :
Focusing on the Obligations of Explaining Treatment
Akie Nakamura
Re-employment Support for Displaced Workers in Sweden
Yoshihiko Fukushima

BOOK REVIEW

Yasuhiro Hattori, Akiyuki Yatera Regeneration of Staffing Activities
Hitoshi Nagano

ARTICLE TODAY

Cynthia Estlund “What Should We Do After Work? Automation and
Employment Law”
Toru Ueda

FIELD EYE

Diversity and Minority
Hiroyo Tokoro

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