Work and Pay in the United States and Japan

By Clair Brown; Yoshifumi Nakata et al. | Go to book overview

Contents
1 Comparing Employment Systems3
Comparing Japan and the United States4
The Data7
Conceptualizing Employment Systems8
Interdependence of HR Components14
The Interrelationship between Employment Systems and the Macroeconomy17
Layout of the Book18
Note20
2 Security21
Analyzing Security22
Security in Japan and the United States27
Consistency of Security within the Employment System42
The Japanese Security System under Pressure: The Challenge of the 1990s55
Summary60
Notes61
3 Employee Involvement and Training67
Introduction67

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • 1 - Comparing Employment Systems 3
  • Note 20
  • 2 - Security 21
  • Notes 61
  • 3 - Employee Involvement and Training 67
  • Introduction 67
  • Summary: Employee Involvement and Training in the Set Model 94
  • Notes 95
  • 4 - Pay Systems, Career Paths, and Earnings Inequality 97
  • Introduction 97
  • Summary and Major Findings 130
  • Appendix: Calculation of Standard Career Paths 132
  • Appendix: Calculation of Standard Career Paths 134
  • 5 - Employers and Unions 137
  • Notes 156
  • 6 - National Wage Determination in Japan 158
  • Summary 189
  • Notes 190
  • 7 - Conclusion 191
  • References 209
  • Index 227
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