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Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy (Vol. 12, Issue 3)
Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy (Vol. 12, Issue 3)
  • Author Center for Labor Policy Analysis
  • Language Korean
  • Publication Date September 30, 2012
  • Length 217 Pages
  • Publisher Korea Labor Institute
  • Download QJLP_201203.pdf QJLP_201203.pdf
  • Table of Contents

    The Quarterly Journal of Labor Policy, published by the Korea Labor Institute (KLI) since July 2001, aims to provide implications for future policy directions through in-depth analysis and assessment of labor market policies in Korea. It also contributes 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 -
    A Legal Study of the Improvements to the Retirement System (Yongman Cho)
    Development of the Job-Matching Function (Sungik Park, Jangsik Cho, Hyunjoong Jun, Jonghan Kim, and Jangsoo Ryu)
    Innovation Strategy of Small Low-Tech Firms: Comparative Study of Korean and German Cases (Woon Taek Lim)
    Commitment-Based HRM Practices, Knowledge Sharing, and R&D Team Creativity (Dong-Bae Kim)
    The Relationship Between Internalization of HR Practice, Job Commitment, Role-Tiredness, and Turnover Intention (Jinhee Kim)
    The Effect of Job Security Conceived by Employees on Innovation Activities: Focusing on the Mediation Effect of Organizational Identity (Younghee Choi and Sanghoon Lim)
    Mass Redundancy Dismissal and ‘Short Time Working Fund’ as an Employment Safety Net in Germany: Implications for the Conflict on the Mass Redundancy Dismissal at the Ssangyong Automotive Company and the Role of Short Time Working Fund in Germany ― (Ho-Geun Lee)