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◎The Korean Journal of Industrial Relations (CALL FOR PAPERS)

The Korean Journal of Industrial Relations (KJIR) is published by the Korean Industrial Relations Association. The scope of the journal includes all fields of Industrial relations, both theoretical and empirical.

The journal is published twice a year, in June and in December. Articles can be in English or in Korean . Submitted papers should make an original contribution to scholarship. Work that has been previously published or that is under submission for publication elsewhere will not be considered.

There is no due date for the Submission. We receive articles around a year.

Each year the best article will be selected among the articles that are published in the KJIR and will be awarded with the prize scholarship of USD 5,000 (5 million Korean won).

The 2007 Best Paper Awards were granted to;

1. Cynthia L. Gramm, Ph.D,
Professor of Management and Marketing and
John F. Schnell, Ph.D,
Professor of Economics and Information Systems at
University of Alabama in Huntsville
“THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COMPETITIVE STRATEGY AND A FIRM’S RELIANCE ON LONG-TERM EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS”

2. Yongjin Nho, Ph.D,
Professor of Management
Seoul National University of Technology
“INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS CHARACTERISTICS AND THE ADOPTION OF INNOVATIVE HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT\\\"

*** Manuscripts should be submitted through e-mail to\\\'

Dong-One Kim, Ph.D.
Editor in Chief
Professor
#321 LG-Posco Bldg.
Business School
Korea University
Anam-dong Seongbuk-Gu
Seoul 136-701 Korea
Tel: 82-2-3290-1949
Fax: 82-2-3290-2526
Email: dokim64@hotmail.com


**** Submission Guidelines

Article of less than 12,000 words

Copyright to an article is held by the Korean Industrial Relations Association.

Membership of the Korean Industrial Relations is not required.

Manuscript Preparation:

(1) Papers should be accompanied by a letter stating that the work is unpublished and not under submission elsewhere.

(2) Papers should be double-spaced, with wide margins, and printed on one side of the paper only. All pages should be numbered consecutively. The title page should include the article title, authors’ names and permanent affiliations, keywords (up to five), and an abstract of not more than 100 words. A footnote on the same page should give the name, current address, email address and telephone and fax numbers of the corresponding author. The authors’ names should appear only on the title page.

(3) Section numbers should be as follows:

1.

2.

(1)

(2)

1)

2)

References, tables and legends for figures should be printed on separate pages. Footnotes should be kept to a minimum and numbered consecutively throughout the text with superscript Arabic numerals. Equations should be numbered consecutively throughout the manuscript as (1), (2), etc., against the right-hand margin of the page.

(4) Authors are asked to submit a hard copy or an electronic copy of the paper. MS word format is preferred.

(5) References to publications should be as follows: Name (Year [Pages]), for example Smith (1992) or Smith (1990, pp. 160-2). In the reference list at the end of the article, all references should appear as follows:

For monographs: Katz, R. R. and A. A. Crew [1998], Global Finance at Risk, Washington D. C.: Wiley.

For collective works: Stein, J. L. (ed.) [1999], Equilibrium Exchange Rates, New York: Macmillan.

For periodicals: Coase, R. H. [1937], \\\"The Nature of the Firm,\\\" Econometrica, Vol.4, pp.386-405.

Journal titles should not be abbreviated.

(6) Reprints are available at cost.