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Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy(Vol. 11, Issue 1)
Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy(Vol. 11, Issue 1)
  • Author Center for Labor Policy Analysis
  • Language Korean
  • Publication Date March 31, 2011
  • Length 197 Pages
  • Publisher Korea Labor Institute
  • Download JLP2011_1.pdf JLP2011_1.pdf
  • Table of Contents

    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 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.

    - Contents-

    Does Pay Dispersion within a Team Enhance Team Performance?: An Analysis of Korean Professional Baseball Data (Jungwoo Kim and Kimin Kim)

    Antecedents of Performance-Based Pay: A Comparison of Japanese and Korean Firms (Dong-Bae Kim and Jeonghan Kim)

    Simultaneous Decisions on Inter-Regional Residential Movement, Labor Force Participation, and Job Training Opportunities (Jooseop Kim, Wonil Jeong, and Yongil Jeon)

    The Effect of Retirement on Health (Sanghun Seok)

    On Wage Bargaining Outcomes in the Mid-2000s (Yongjin Nho)

    An Exploratory Study on the Quality of Employment for the Disabled Based on the Decent Job Perspective (Ji-a Son and Soon-mi Park)

    An Analysis of Vulnerability to Poverty for Urban Households in Korea: Vulnerability as Expected Utility Approach (Kye-Suk Kim and In-Sik Min)