EAJS2017 Conference in Lisbon
S6: Economics, Business and Political Economy
A Japanese University, Faculty of Law. Year 2030
Access to the legal professions and gender equality in Japan
Evaluation of Japanese Law Schools from the Students' Point of View
The Resilience of a Gender Dividend? Women, Men and Employment in Japan since the EEOL
Mother's work and Economic inequality among children in low-fertility societies: Focusing on Japan from a cross-national perspective
Why So Few Women in Politics? Analyzing the Gender Gaps in Politics and Economy in Japan
S6_03 Tackling a Conundrum: how can gender equality be achieved in an ageing and shrinking Japan through structural reform?
A Comparative Study of Care and Women's Employment: Scandinavian Countries and Japan
Gender and Elderly Care in Japan
Structural Reform of the Family Revisited
S6_04 Issues for Women's Advancement in Japan: Understanding the Quality of Life of Young Women[JP&EN]
Quality of Life of Young Women and Fear of Violence
Quality of life of young women and sense of self-esteem
The living conditions of young women focusing on employment, finances and happiness
S6_05 Neoliberal means to liberal ends? The Abe Government's campaign to Reform the Japanese Way of Work
Abenomics and Women's Employment
Neoliberal Reforms of Temporary Agency Work: In Whose Benefit?
Reforming the Working Day in Japan
S6_06 The Social Consequences of Structural Reforms on the Welfare Mix: Agricultural Protection, Family Care and Corporate Welfare
Care markets in Japan: regional aspects of welfare creation
Struggling Cooperatives and Changing Village Institutions: Japan's Destabilizing Agricultural Welfare State
For Better or Worse?: Women's Employment in Life Insurance Industry under the Abe's Womanomics
How Womenomics Promotes Women's Empowerment in Local Politics
Policy Machinery for "Women-Shining Society" Under the Abe Government
S6_08 Towards a political and economic 'new deal' in Japanese employment polices and practices? Exploring the social and psychological impact of prolonging the working life of older employees in Japan
Elderly workers in Japan: the need for a new approach
Prolonging working life in Japan: issues and practices for companies
Towards a political and economic 'new deal' in Japanese employment polices and practices? Exploring the social and psychological impact of prolonging the working life of older employees in Japan.
What is wrong with Abe's "womanomics"?
What Does the Japanese Labor Market Mean for Female Workers? -A Comparison with Selected OECD Nations-
Overcoming the Ethnocentric Firm? - Foreign Fresh University Graduate Employment in Japan as a New International Human Resource Development Method
Continuity or Change? Analysing the Recruitment and Career Patterns of Japanese Corporate Elites in an Era of Reform
Institutionalized in-house careers as a structural barrier to productivity growth in Japan
In the land of working poor
Structural Reforms related to Japan's Ecosystem for High-Tech Start-ups since the late 1990s
Rethinking the commitment balance between corporations, institutional investors, workers/consumers, and the government in Japan
Lehman Shock, Abenomics and Small Businesses in Japan
The elderly in ageing societies: cost factor or safety net? A comparison of family regimes and National Transfer Accounts data in Germany and Japan.
Towards an Open Japan? Abenomics and Immigration Policy
The political economy of the 'New' Abenomics and the 'Japan's Plan for Dynamic Engagement of All Citizens'
Organizational barriers to the implementation of brand orientation
Private label brand strategies in Japan: opportunities to satisfy dynamically changing consumer needs
The processes and consequences of the appropriation of ethnography into Japanese industry
When and why does the Japanese government intervene in the forex market? Using economic news to predict central bank action
Negative Interest Rates at the Bank of Japan and Central Banks in Europe
15 years of Quantitative Easing and no inflation in sight; is the theory wrong or the politicians get it wrong
Currency Problems in Allied Occupied Germany and Japan, 1945-1952
Is Japan Back? : The Political Economy of Abenomics
Abenomics and the political economy of reform
Inside Abenomics third arrow: TPP as part of the structural reforms
How can Japan (re)establish its politico-economic position vis-à-vis the Asia region? A case study of an entrepreneurial Indo-Japanese creative business project.
Knowledge transfer and co-evolution of Japanese working practices in an emerging market economy
The consequences of the reform of Japanese Private International law
Diffusion of shoe fitting service: interaction between an activist group and companies
Corporate Social Responsibility and the Increase of Corporate Value in Japanese Financial Institutions
Unwelcomed Environmental Reforms to Gain International Competitive Advantage in the 1970s and 1980s: A case study of Japanese Automakers in the U.S. Market.