The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
December 2017(No.689)
SPECIAL ISSUE Increase of Dual-Earner Couples and Society

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Abstract (until February-March 2016)



Work Style Reform for Supporting Dual-Earner Couples
Junya Tsutsui

ARTICLESAbstract December 2017(No.689) (PDF:408KB)

Explaining Trends in Dual-Earner Couples in Japan, 1985-2016
Akiko Sato Oishi
The Division of Housework and Child Care between Dual-Earner Couples
Keiko Kubo
Family Budget Management of Dual-Earner Couples in the Tokyo Area
Keiko Tanaka
Naofumi Sakaguchi
Human Resources Management and Sogo-shoku Employees Shifting to Employees Working under Limited Conditions
Koichiro Imano
Increase of Dual-Earner Couples and Social Security
Sayaka Dake
Present Situation of the Housekeeping Support Services
Kana Takeda


Public-Private and International Comparison of Retirement Benefits
Kazuyoshi Koshiro


Kazuo Yamaguchi Gender Inequality in the Workplace:Theories and Empirical Analyse
Mayumi Nakamura


Hideo Owan Scientific Management of Human Resources with Applications to
Japanese Companies : Utilizing Data Based on Causal Inference
Kyota Eguchi


Giorgio Brunello and Lorenzo Rocco, “The Labor Market Effects of Academic and Vocational Education over the Life Cycle: Evidence Based on a British Cohort”
Megumi Oguro


Trends in the British Labor Market
Atsushi Sato

The 40th Annual Award for Research Monographs on Labor, 2017

The 18th Annual Award for Research Articles on Labor, 2017

The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies

AbstractsAbstract (until February-March 2016)