Korea Review of International Studies (KRIS)
Instructions to Authors
- Papers must be written in English.
- Papers for publication should be sent Professor Jeong Hun Oh, executive editor of the Review, either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) or by post (Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University, 5-1, Anam-dong, Sungbuk-ku, Seoul 136-701, Korea). When sending manuscripts by post, authors have to send them in triplicate and on a 3.5 inch computer diskette.
- Manuscripts should be double spaced, with wide margin, and printed on one side of the paper only. All pages should be numbered consecutively. Tables and figures should be integrated in the text, and References be positioned on separate pages before Appendix.
- The first page of the manuscripts should contain the following information: (1) the title of the paper; (2) the name(s) and institutional affiliation(s) of positions held by the author(s); (3) an abstract of not more than 200 words. A footnote on the same sheet should give the name, address, e-mail address, telephone, and fax numbers of the corresponding author.
- Acknowledgements and information on financial support received can be given in a first footnote, which should not be included in the consecutive numbering of footnotes.
- Both footnotes and references in the text are allowed. Footnotes should be numbered consecutively throughout the text with superscript Arabic numerals. The references should include only the most relevant papers.
- In the text, references to publications should appear as follows: “Smith (1969) reported.” or “This problem has been a subject in literature before (e.g., Smith, 1969)”. The author should make sure that there is a strict one-to-one correspondence between the names and years in the text and those in the Reference. The list of references should appear at the end of the maim text. Please refer to the following examples.
- For monograghs:
Tobin, James. Essay in Economics, Vol. 1, Macroeconomics. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1971
- For contribution to collective works:
Glejser, Herbert. “Predictive World Models,” in; A World Income and Trade Model for 1975, edited by Colette Duprez and Etenne Sai Kimchen, Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1970:3-16.
- For periodicals:
Harvey, Campbell and Guofu Zhou. “Bayesian Inference in Asset Pricing Tests.” Journal of Financial Economics 26, 1990:221-254.
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