1. Manuscripts must be the original work of the author(s) and should not be a partial or complete duplicate of any other previously published work. Please note that the Journal of Economic Research uses a software to screen manuscripts for unoriginal material. Manuscripts must not be under review elsewhere at time of submission to the Journal of Economic Research. Manuscripts for publication must be prepared in English.
  2. With no exception, Abstract should be included. Normally, Abstract cannot exceed 150 words. The whole manuscript cannot exceed 30 printed pages.
  3. You can use a format of your choice(i.e. MS Word, PDF(including original Tex file), Hancom Office format), but it is recommended to be MS WORD file.
  4. References should be alphabetically ordered based on the last name of the first author and should assume the following format
    • Duts, M.A., “Horizontal mergers in declining industries: Theory and evidence,”
      International Journal of Industrial Organization 7, 1989, 11-33.
    • Powell, G.B., Elections as Instruments of Democracy: Majoritarian and Proportional Visions,
      Yale University Press: New Haven, Connecticut, 2000.
    • Manski, C.F. and D. McFadden, “Alternative estimators and sample designs for discrete choice analysis”:
      in J. Bond and S. Fisher, eds., Structural Analysis of Discrete Data with Econometric Applications, MIT Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1981, 2-50.
    • Svensson, L., "Monetary policy and real stabilization," NBER Working paper 9486, National Bureau of Economic Research: Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2003
  5. All prospective authors are requested to submit their manuscripts through an e-mail with the file to the Editor-in-Chief at the following address.
    Journal of Economic Research
    The Hanyang Economic Research Institute
    Hanyang University
    Seoul 133-791