Hiromi Hara
Hiromi Hara
Associate Professor, Japan Women's University
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The impact of firm-provided training on productivity, wages, and transition to regular employment for workers in flexible arrangements
H Hara
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 34, 336-359, 2014
Minimum wage effects on firm-provided and worker-initiated training
H Hara
Labour Economics 47, 149-162, 2017
The union wage effect in Japan
H Hara, D Kawaguchi
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 47 (4), 569-590, 2008
The gender wage gap across the wage distribution in Japan: Within-and between-establishment effects
H Hara
Labour Economics 53, 213-229, 2018
Labor demand for new high school graduates in Japan
H Hara
Japan Labor Review 2 (3), 49, 2005
Koyo kubun no tagenka to jinji kanri no kadai: Koyo kubunkan no kinko shogun [Diversifying employment categories and issues of HRM: Balancing wages across employment categories]
H Sato, Y Sano, H Hara
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies 45, 31-46, 2003
What Influences Workers in Deciding to Support Unions?: Evidence from Japan
H Hara, H Sato
Labor Review, 91, 2006
The impact of worker-financed training: Evidence from early-and mid-career workers in Japan
H Hara
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 51, 64-75, 2019
Determinants and Effects of Worker-Initiated Training: Learning about Required Job Skills at the Workplace
H Hara
Tokyo Center for Economic Research (TCER) Paper No. E-106, 2016
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