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Power, Cooperation and Competition in East Asia. For this purpose, he analyses public policies and policy-making processes related to labour market reforms and the social security system that contributed to the recent increase in inequality and working poor in Japan from a comparative perspective.
Through this research, he aims to contribute to the literature of convergence and diversity in economic and social policies among capitalist economies under neoliberal globalisation. He also investigates the political economy of the Sino-Japanese rivalry in pursuit of regional economic leadership in relation to the rise of China and the economic integration in East Asia. Dr Watanabe is currently supervising three PhD students in the fields of comparative political economy of health insurance reform in Japan and South Korea, the impact of regional economic integration on the Sino-ASEAN relations, and the ramifications of constitutional reform proposals in Japan on its relations with East Asian neighbours.
He is willing to supervise PhD research in the fields of comparative and Japanese politics and political economy, Japanese labour market and employment relations, and the international relations and political economy in East Asia. EAS Japanese History is a survey course of Japanese history covering the period from ancient until modern time. The major accomplishments of this book include its revealing the emergence of different paths from the same pressures, especially the divergence of the internal labour markets in Japan and Korea even though we might have expected similar outcomes in those two countries.
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According to Botero et al. However, in the substantial regulation index i. Here we can see the gap between Korea and Japan in terms of legislation and substantial regulation.
Secondly, how can we explain this gap? We can find one clue from the role of the employer in labour management relations because the employer is not only a partner but also the final arbiter in the substantial forming of labour management relations. Nevertheless, Japanese employers make efforts to retain their workers, the reason we recognize job security in Japan as stronger than in other countries.
INEQUALITY IN THE WORKPLACE: Labor Market Reform in Japan and Korea | By Jiyeoun Song
We also need to investigate retroactively in order to distinguish the origin of the differences between employer behaviour regarding labour relations in Japan and Korea, particularly at large-scale companies. Korean employers had little experience in labour management relations at large-scale companies during the first colonial industrialization period because Japanese companies advanced into Korea and sent in Japanese top and middle managers.
After the s, during the second industrialization period in South Korea, Korean employers did not have enough to develop meaningful labour management relations.