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Monthly Labor Review (No.36, December 2007)
Monthly Labor Review (No.36, December 2007)
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  • Language Korean
  • Publication Date December 13, 2007
  • Length 140 Pages
  • Publisher Korea Labor Institute
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  • Table of Contents
    The Monthly Labor Review aims to provide useful insights into current labor issues and policies to scholars as well as ordinary Korean people who did not specialize in labor. Although Monthly Labor Bulletin had been providing basic statistics and analysis on current labor issues until December 2004, it had often been criticized for targeting only a limited number of readers, namely, scholars. Thus, in order to help readers to have a better understanding on a wide range of labor issues, the first issue of Monthly Labor Review is published in January 2005. It is composed of Labor Focus, Feature Articles, Issue Analysis, Panel Study, Statistics Prism and Labor Market Trends.

    -Table of contents-

    Labor Focus
    1 Enhancing job-creating capacity and employment impact evaluation, by Yoon, Yoon-Gyu
    Issue Analysis
    3 Level of income for middle-aged and elder people and the characteristics of income composition, by Chang, Jiyeun
    14 Measures for introducing gradual retirement system, by Lee, Jung-woo
    30 Non-wage workers’ exit from labor market, by Bahn, Jung-ho, Ahn, Mibo
    48 Non-regular women workers’ use of maternity leave and their reintegration into labor market, by Kim, Young-ok, Jeon, Ki-taek
    Statistics Review of the Past 20 Years
    64 Compositions and changes in unemployment rate gap in Korea, by Kim, Hye-Won
    Panel Study
    71 Introducing nonresponse and multiple imputation for the 1st wave KLoSA., by Song, Joo-won, Lee, Hye-jung
    Statistics Prism
    85 Reasons for choosing part-time job: comparison between Korea and the USA
    Labor Trend
    88 Labor Market Trends
    99 Industrial Relations Trends
    Labor Statistics