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Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy (Vol. 10, Issue 2)
Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy (Vol. 10, Issue 2)
  • Author Labor Trends Analysis Office
  • Language Korean
  • Publication Date June 30, 2010
  • Length 247 Pages
  • Publisher Korea Labor Institute
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  • Table of Contents

    The Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy, which has been 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 a better understanding of policy decisions on work life and their effects on individual agents at play in the labor market. The Journal offers a series of articles that address 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. 

    - Table of Contents-

    Test of Sectoral Shifts Hypothesis Based on Robust Measures of Dispersion and Skewness (Yanggyu Byun and Joo-Young Jeon)
    The Effects of Corporate Career Development Program on the Productivity and Profit (SoonHie Kang)R&D Investment, Job Creation, and Job Destruction in Korea: Technological Progress and Labor Market Equilibrium (Byung Woo Kim)
    Evaluation of the Current Measure of Employment Insurance Fund Adequacy and Reserve Ratio Multiple as an Alternative Measure (Jai-Joon Hur and Dong-Heon Kim)
    Determinants of Retirement and Retirement Satisfaction in Korea (Jong Chil Son)
    Evaluation of Korean Labor Market Policies and Suggestions for further Development: Applying Transitional Labour Market Theory (Byung-suk Chung)
    High Involvement Work Practices and Temporary Employment Practices: Do They Make Workers Work Harder, Smarter, or Kinder? (Haejin Kim)
    The Correcting Discrimination for Temporary Agency Workers (Sang Kyun Cho)