About the Journal
The Japan Labor Review, launched in January 2004, is a quarterly journal of research in the field of labor studies. For the purpose of providing valuable information on Japanese labor issues to the broad range of overseas readers, articles are selected, edited, and published by an editorial board of the Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training.
First Year of Publication: 2004
- Shinichi Nakamura
International Affairs Department
The Japan Institute of Labour Policy and Training
4-8-23 Kami-Shakujii, Nerima-ku
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Current and past issues are all available on the JLR website.
[N.B. – The Japan Institute of Labour, former organisation of JILPT, published monthly english newsletter “Japan Labor Bulletin” for over 40 years, covering topics and studies on labor issues. Though the publication is terminated due to the closure of the JIL, some of the newer issues (from January 1992 to September 2003) are available here.]
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