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Hiroshi Ono
Hiroshi Ono
Professor of Human Resources Management, Hitotsubashi University
Verified email at tamu.edu
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Digital inequalities and why they matter
L Robinson, SR Cotten, H Ono, A Quan-Haase, G Mesch, W Chen, ...
Information, communication & society 18 (5), 569-582, 2015
7452015
Gender and the Internet*
H Ono, M Zavodny
Social Science Quarterly 84 (1), 111-121, 2003
6662003
Digital inequality: A five country comparison using microdata
H Ono, M Zavodny
Social Science Research 36 (3), 1135-1155, 2007
3662007
Lifetime employment in Japan: Concepts and measurements
H Ono
Journal of the Japanese and international economies 24 (1), 1-27, 2010
2452010
Immigrants, English ability and the digital divide
H Ono, M Zavodny
Social Forces 86 (4), 1455-1479, 2008
1622008
Gender differences in information technology usage: A US-Japan comparison
H Ono, M Zavodny
Sociological Perspectives 48 (1), 105-133, 2005
1342005
Marriage, cohabitation, and happiness: A cross‐national analysis of 27 countries
KS Lee, H Ono
Journal of Marriage and Family 74 (5), 953-972, 2012
1082012
Does examination hell pay off? A cost–benefit analysis of “ronin” and college education in Japan
H Ono
Economics of Education Review 26 (3), 271-284, 2007
1082007
Does examination hell pay off
H Ono
A cost-benefit analysis of “Ronin” and college education in Japan (SSE/EFI …, 2005
108*2005
Japanese women studying abroad, the case of the United States
H Ono, N Piper
Women's Studies International Forum 27 (2), 101-118, 2004
1082004
The diffusion of mobile Internet in Japan
M Akiyoshi, H Ono
The Information Society 24 (5), 292-303, 2008
1012008
Japanese lifetime employment: A century’s perspective
C Moriguchi, H Ono
Institutional change in Japan, 164-188, 2006
992006
Specialization and happiness in marriage: A US–Japan comparison
KS Lee, H Ono
Social Science Research 37 (4), 1216-1234, 2008
942008
Careers in foreign-owned firms in Japan
H Ono
American Sociological Review 72 (2), 267-290, 2007
892007
Who goes to college? Features of institutional tracking in Japanese higher education
H Ono
American Journal of Education 109 (2), 161-195, 2001
852001
Are sons and daughters substitutable?: Allocation of family resources in contemporary Japan
H Ono
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 18 (2), 143-160, 2004
722004
Welfare states and the redistribution of happiness
H Ono, KS Lee
Social Forces 92 (2), 789-814, 2013
712013
Digital Inequality in East Asia: Evidence from Japan, South Korea, and Singapore
H Ono
Asian Economic Papers 4 (3), 116-139, 2005
632005
College quality and earnings in the Japanese labor market
H Ono
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 43 (3), 595-617, 2004
612004
Why do the japanese work long hours
H Ono
Sociological perspectives on long working hours in japan. Japan labor issues …, 2018
512018
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