SANO Yoko

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Name
SANO Yoko
Nickname
handle0024744
Affiliation
Kaetsu University
Degree
(BLANK)(Keio University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1994
 - 
1999
DEREGULATION OF LABOR STANDARDS
 
1999
 - 
2001
GENDER MANAGEMENT
 
1995
   
 
- HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR R & D
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1959
Graduate School, Division of Economics, Keio University
 
 
 - 
1954
Faculty of Economics, Keio University
 

Published Papers

 
Long-Term Employment and Long-Term Business Connection
SANO Yoko
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies57   57(1) 85-89   Jan 2015   [Refereed][Invited]

Misc

 
Pay Determinants -Profit and Frame of Reference in Finance Firms
33(3)    1990
Japanese Work Hours
Japanese Economic Studies   18(2)    1990
New Technology and Job Opportunities for Women
Keio Business Review   24(3)    1988
THEORIES OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND SUMMARY OF THE SURVEY
   1993
NEEDS FOR MANAGERIAL ELITES AND GRADUATE EDUCATION
402,12-17    1993

Books etc

 
70 Years after Pacific War
SANO Yoko (Part:Editor)
Sanox   Jul 2014   
Memories of Matsue Sano
SANO Yoko
Sanox   Dec 2013   
Dubai, Its Surprising Developmet
SANO Yoko
Keio University Publishing   Oct 2009   
Human Resource Management for Beginners
SANO Yoko
Yuhikaku Publishing Co.   Dec 2007   
Personal Histories of Working Women
SANO Yoko (Part:Joint Work)
Choyokai Publishing Co.   May 2005   

Works

 
Efficiency of Off-the Job Training in the Firm and its Internal Labor Market
1978
A Behavioral Analysis of Wage Determination under Collective Bargaining
1982
The Internal Labor Market of Financial Institutions under Changing Environment
1989
Some Trends in Human Resource Development The Second Annual International Corference of Human Resource Management in the Asia-Pacific Region
1995
Management of research and development staff : careers, attitudes and performance of researchers
1992

Research Grants & Projects

 
JAPANESE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
DEMAND FOR GRADUATE EDUCATION
DEVELOPMENT OF CUSTOMER-ORIENTED PERSONNELS