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Monthly Labor Review (No.39, March 2008)
Monthly Labor Review (No.39, March 2008)
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  • Language Korean
  • Publication Date March 12, 2008
  • Length 99 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 Advice for the New Administration on Employment Policy by Keum, Jae-ho
    Special Features
    3 Issues and Prospects of Industrial Relations under the New Administration by Bae, Kiu-sik
    12 Wage Trends in 2007 and Prospects for 2008 by Kang, Seung-bok, Lee, Byung-hee
    Issue Analysis
    23 Future Directions and Policy Measures for Regional Employment and Skills Development by Kim, Joo-seop
    32 Quality Part-time Work Model to Facilitate Women’s Employment by Kim, Jeong-han
    46 Training Performing Arts Professionals by Hwang, Jun-wook
    Review on Labor Law Cases
    60 Review on Labor Law Cases
    Statistics Review of the Past 20 Years
    69 Income Distribution(1982~2006) by Lee, Byung-hee, Ban, Jung-ho
    Panel Study
    74 Report on Work History Survey by KLoSA(The Korean Longitudinal Study of Ageing) in 2007 by Shin, Hyun-koo
    Statistics Prism
    86 International Comparison of Female Workers’ Relative Income by Educational Level and Age
    Labor Trends