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Le salaire, le marché du travail et le système hiérarchique: comparaison France-Japon

Abstract : The purpose of this article is to objectively measure and to compare the salary differences in France and in Japan. We examine the way each society constructs its own structure of salaries. Therefore, some simple economic tools are used. Comparative statistics demonstrate the obvious importance ofthe internal employment market in salary formation. This organizational notion, becoming more centralin economic theory, is endowed with analytic pertinence and universal logic. Still, the methodology ofthe international comparison we adopted enables us to achieve the import of the following assertion :the internal employment market, particularly in its hierarchical dimensions, appears under very differentforms from one society to another. It leads us to emphasize the importance of the interaction betweeneconomic mechanisms (universal logic) and societal infrastructure (logic characteristic of a society).
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Hiroatsu Nohara. Le salaire, le marché du travail et le système hiérarchique: comparaison France-Japon. Ebisu - Études Japonaises , Maison franco-japonaise, 1996, 13 (1), pp.5-37. ⟨10.3406/ebisu.1996.1592⟩. ⟨halshs-02948720⟩



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