Institute of East and West Studies • Yonsei University

Global Economic Review

ACCEPTED INTO THOMSON REUTERS SOCIAL SCIENCES CITATION INDEX in 2009.

GER, The international scholarly journal of the Institute of East and West Studies at Yonsei University, publishes scholarly economic research, both theoretical and empirical, on issues of vital concern to businesses, governments, and decision makers in Asia and the world. Particular focus is given to policy oriented research that highlights the dynamics of Korean and East Asian economies and industries. The journal's coverage includes the following subject areas: international trade and finance, comparative economic and industrial studies of emerging markets, issues of corporate, public and global governance, and other economic and business-related issues in Korea and East Asia.

It is a peer-reviewed journal, published quarterly (in March, June, September and December), by Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis, 4 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, OX14 4RN, United Kingdom.

It is a peer-reviewed journal, published quarterly (in March, June, September and December), by Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis, 4 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, OX14 4RN, United Kingdom.

Please visit the website at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/1226508x.asp for the Journal Details.

Related article GER 교내 최초로 SSCI 등재

Title Article Page
Vol.45, No.1 (2016) Hongshik Lee & Soonhyung Sim, Global Outsourcing and Wage Inequality in Middle-Income Countries: Ev... 19-41
Vol.45, No.1 (2016) H. Young Baek & Florence Neymotin, International Involvement and Production Efficiency among Startup... 42-62
Vol.45, No.1 (2016) Mingyue Fang & Yuxiao Zhang, Union and Debt: Evidence from Chinese Private Firms 63-77
Vol.45, No.1 (2016) Taiyo Yoshimi, Welfare Implications of Currency Integration: Labor Mobility and Pricing-to-Market 78-96
Vol.44, No.4 (2015) K.C. Fung Introduction 369-375
Vol.44, No.4 (2015) K.C. Fung Europe, Germany and 376-386
Vol.44, No.4 (2015) Sandra Poncet China's Emergence and Its Implications for Europe's Economies 387-419
Vol.44, No.4 (2015) Heli Simola Tracing Trade Interdependence between EU and East Asia 420-430
Vol.44, No.4 (2015) Chang-Soo Lee & Backhoon Song Expansion of EU's Free Trade Agreements into Asian Countries and Its I... 431-451
Vol.44, No.4 (2015) Vito Amendolagine, Claudio Cozza & Roberta Rabellotti Chinese and Indian Multinationals: A Firm-Leve... 452-469
Vol.44, No.3 (2015) Yingkai Yin, Yahua Zhang, Xiaotian Tina Zhang & Fang Hu Does Foreign Bank Entry Make Chinese Banks S... 269-285
Vol.44, No.3 (2015) Kok Fong See & Yong He Determinants of Technical Efficiency in Chinese Banking: A Double Bootstrap D... 286-307
Vol.44, No.3 (2015) Donghun Kim Offshore Banking and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Analysis 308-323
Vol.44, No.3 (2015) Chin-Chia Liang, Ming-Yung Chen & Cheng-Hua Yang The Interactions of Stock Prices and Exchange Rates... 324-334
Vol.44, No.3 (2015) Mu-Jen Chen, Yung-ho Chiu, Chyanlong Jan, Yu-Chuan Chen & Hsiang-Hsi Liu Efficiency and Risk in Comm... 335-352
Vol.44, No.3 (2015) Wen Chung Hsu, Chengqi Wang & Jeremy Clegg The Effects of Outward Foreign Direct Investment on Fixed... 353-368
Vol.44, No.2 (2015) Hiroya Akiba Stability of Monetary Union with Outsiders 151-166
Vol.44, No.2 (2015) Sung Jun Park & Howard Kahm Sovereignty and Central Banking: Evidence from the East Asian Region in... 167-183
Vol.44, No.2 (2015) Tuck Cheong Tang General Equilibrium Perspective on Twin Deficits Hypothesis: An Empirical Study wi... 184-201
Vol.44, No.2 (2015) Hae Won Byun The Size of the Affiliation Effec 202-218
비밀번호 입력
비밀번호
확인
비밀번호 입력
비밀번호
확인