The Right to Work in Japan: Labor and the State in the Depression

Citation:

Gordon, Andrew. “The Right to Work in Japan: Labor and the State in the Depression.” Social Research 54, no. 2 (1987): 247-272.

Abstract:

At the beginning of the Great Depression, no successful foreign model of social security for workers existed, so the Japanese were forced to develop their own solutions. The author analyzes Japanese worker and managerial responses to the crisis of the Great Depression and their continuing impact.

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