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How Japan views its current labour market / Nobuko Karthaus-Tanaka
Bib ID 1057622
Format BookBook
Author
Karthaus-Tanaka, Nobuko
 
Description [Netherlands] : Netherlands Association of Japanese Studies in association with Leiden University, c1995 
96 p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

"Originally written in Japanese entitled 'Nihon no Koyo no Genjo to Sono Mondaiten' as an introduction for the students of the Japanese and Korean Department, Faculty of Arts, Leiden University in the Netherlands"--T.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 93-95)

Subjects Labor market -- Japan.
Other authors/contributors Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden  |  Netherlands Association of Japanese Studies

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