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Monthly Labor Review (Issue No. 75, June 2011)
Monthly Labor Review (Issue No. 75, June 2011)
  • Author Center for Labor Policy Analysis
  • Language Korean
  • Publication Date June 05, 2011
  • Length 112 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 Koreans who do not specialize in labor. Although the Monthly Labor Bulletin provided basic statistics and analysis on current labor issues until December 2004, it was often criticized for targeting only a limited number of readers, namely scholars. Thus, with the goal of helping readers better understand a wide range of labor issues, the Korea Labor Institute published the first issue of the Monthly Labor Review in January 2005. It is composed of a Labor Focus, Feature Articles, Issue Analysis, Panel Study, Statistics Prism, and Labor Market Trends.

    -Table of Contents-

    ▣ Labor Focus
    Union Pluralism, Must Beware of Labor and Management’s Opportunism (Kiu-Sik Bae)

    ▣ Policy Forum ? What are the Issues in the Era of Union Pluralism?
    Bargaining Unit Separation System: Description and Issues (Seung-Wook Lee)
    Duty of Fair Representation: Description and Significance (Ji-Soon Park)
    Issues of Joint Bargaining Committee of Multiple Unions (Sung-Hee Lee)

    ▣ Issue Analysis
    Minimum Wage: Relative Level and Rate of Underpayment (Jin-Ho Jeong)
    Comparative Simulation Analysis of Policies to Support Low-Income Workers (Young-Joon Jeon)
    Recent Discussion in Japan over Minimum Wage Adjustment (Seung-Yeol Yee)
    Minimum Wage in China and Vietnam (Kiu-Sik Bae)

    ▣ Review on Labor Law Cases
    Review on Labor Law Cases (Ga-Ram Kim)

    ▣ Statistical Prism
    International Comparison of the Share of Manufacturing Jobs

    ▣ Labor Market and Labor Relations Trends