Ross Mouer, Hirosuke Kawanishi's A Sociology of Work in Japan (Contemporary Japanese Society) PDF

By Ross Mouer, Hirosuke Kawanishi

ISBN-10: 0511111304

ISBN-13: 9780511111303

ISBN-10: 0521651204

ISBN-13: 9780521651202

This finished, introductory evaluate of the "world of labor" in Japan recollects post-war Japan to research the advance of commercial kinfolk and the japanese form of administration. It considers the alterations that happened within the early nineties while disillusionment set in and unemployment and fiscal lack of confidence grew to become proof of existence. The authors problem the preeminence of jap administration practices that have ruled the literature during the last 3 many years.

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5) In what meso-level context are workways practiced in Japan, and how does the Japanese context differ from those found elsewhere in other similarly advanced economies? (6) How are certain interests served by the competing perspectives on the above questions? (7) What forces exist to change the way work is presently conducted in Japan? While no chapter will deal with all of these questions, it is the authors’ earnest desire that the volume as a whole will assist readers in formulating their own answers to the questions listed above.

Kawanishi (1992a) described how many unions perform as an adjunct to management in the implementation of personnel policies designed by and for management. This is not to ignore the significant role some unions play in enhancing the wellbeing of their members at the firm level (cf. Kawanishi 1992a; Benson 1994 and 1996). Another difficulty with the corporatist formulation is that the business– government relationship is less cosy and less predictable than in the past. The influence of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has waned considerably over the past fifteen to twenty years, and, despite amalgamation, the peak employer organizations such as Nikkeiren and Keidanren have come to have less sway over their members.

Another difficulty with the corporatist formulation is that the business– government relationship is less cosy and less predictable than in the past. The influence of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has waned considerably over the past fifteen to twenty years, and, despite amalgamation, the peak employer organizations such as Nikkeiren and Keidanren have come to have less sway over their members. In the 1980s Sugimoto (1988) noted a divergence between the forces for “emperor-first capitalism” and those for business-first capitalism.

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