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J-GLOBAL ID:200901099584017699   Update date: Aug. 09, 2009

Hayakawa Seiichiro

ハヤカワ セイイチロウ | Hayakawa Seiichiro
Affiliation and department:
Homepage URL  (1): http://oohara.mt.tama.hosei.ac.jp/hayakawa/
Research field  (2): Economic policy ,  Economic policy
Research keywords  (1): Labour Problems in the Public Sector in Japan
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • The Promotion System and the Actual Situation concerning the Japanese National Public Servants
  • The Various Problems concerning the Non-perment Staff in the Japanese Goverment and Local Authorities
MISC (17):
  • The Problems of Pay related to Performance. Monthly Journal of Zenroren. 2002. 61, 7
  • The Situations Related to Recommendations of National Public Authority Since 1980. Journal of Ohara Institute for Social Research. 1998. 474, 12
  • Industrial Relations in the Public Sector in Japan. Journal of Ohara Institute for Social Research. 1995. 442. 12
  • An Inquiry into the Promotion System and the Actual Situations in the Japanese National Public Servants (3)(4)(完). Journal of Ohara Institute for Social Research. 1994. 423-425-429
  • An Inquiry into the Promotion System and the Actual Situations in the Japanese National Public Servants (1)(2). Journal of Ohara Institute for Social Research. 1993. 419,421
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Books (2):
  • The Promotion and Making Career of National Public Servants in Japan
    Nihon-hyoron-sha 1997
  • Non-permanent Staff in the Japanese Government and Local Authorities
    Journal of Institute of Local Government 1994
Education (3):
  • - 1968 The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Economics
  • - 1966 Hosei University Faculty of Economics Department of Economics
  • - 1966 Hosei University Faculty of Economics
Professional career (2):
  • Master of Economics (The University of Tokyo)
  • Doctor of Economics (Hosei University)
Work history (2):
  • 1968 - 1972 The University of Tokyo
  • 1968 - 1972 Tokyo University, Research Assistant
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