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Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy (Vol. 8, Issue 3)
Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy (Vol. 8, Issue 3)
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  • Language Korean
  • Publication Date September 30, 2008
  • Length 189 Pages
  • Publisher Korea Labor Institute
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    The Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy, published by the Korea Labor Institute (KLI) since July 2001, aims to provide future policy directions through in-depth analysis and assessment of labor market policies in Korea. It also attempts to contribute to academic advancement by enabling better understanding of policy decisions concerning working life and their effects on individual agents playing in the labor market. The Journal offers a series of articles addressing various issues including labor market situations, industrial relations, human resource development and management, labor laws, education economics, health economics, demography and gerontology, industrial safety, and social insurance systems and workplace welfare.

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    Longitudinal Evidence on the Cyclicality of Real Wages in Korea (Seungbok Kang, Donggyun Shin)

    The Determinants of the Older’s Decision to Work: Focusing on 1st Korean Retirement and Income Study (DongWook Eom)

    Problems on the Employment Ratio Index over Graduates from Higher Education Institutions - focused on the effect of the employment soon after the graduation on his(her) labor market achievement - (Kigon Nam)

    The Effects of Extending Market Principle in Personal Social Service in the UK (Deok Soon Hwang)

    Labor Market Intuitions for Economic Growth and Social Cohesion: Comparative Analysis of the U.K., Germany, and Denmark (Hyungkee Kim)

    Why are Employers Preferring Indirect Hiring?: Case Study of the Manufacturing Industry in Korea (Soo-Mi Eun)

    An Empirical Study on the Relationships between Employee Involvement (EI), Voice and Union Commitment in the Officialdom (Jae-Chun Park)