| Asia Pacific Journal of EU Studies

The Asia-Pacific Journal of EU Studies, which is an official journal of the EU Studies Association of Asia-Pacific (EUSA Asia-Pacific), is published twice a year. The Journal aims to provide an international forum for the dissemination of academic research and policy debate on the external dimensions and international implications of European issues. The Journal is by nature multidisciplinary, and the research area comprises theoretical and empirical evaluations of European integration, relations between the EU and the Asia-Pacific region, comparative analysis and policy studies, and related issues.

The Asia-Pacific Journal of EU Studies, which is an official journal of the EU Studies Association of Asia-Pacific (EUSA Asia-Pacific), is published twice a year. The Journal aims to provide an international forum for the dissemination of academic research and policy debate on the external dimensions and international implications of European issues. The Journal is by nature multidisciplinary, and the research area comprises theoretical and empirical evaluations of European integration, relations between the EU and the Asia-Pacific region, comparative analysis and policy studies, and related issues.


| Editorial Board

Position

Name

Affiliation

Publisher

Sung-Hoon Park

Korea University (Korea)
President, the EUSA Asia-Pacific

Editors

Sang-Chul Park

Korea Polytechnic University (Korea)

Editorial

Board

Hee-Yul Chai

Changkyu Choi

Martin Holland

Rajendra K. Jain

Philomena Murray

Apirat Petchsiri

Cheng-Feng Shih

Ting Wai

Bingran Dai

Woosik Moon

Myungho Park

Yeongseop Rhee

Katsuhiro Shoji

Deok Ryong Yoon

Kyonggi University (Korea)

Myongji University (Korea)

University of Canterbury (New Zealand)

Jawaharlal Nehru University (India)

University of Melbourne (Australia)

Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)

Tamkang University (Taiwan)

Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong)

Fudan University (China)

Seoul National University (Korea)

Hankook University of Foreign Studies (Korea)

Seoul National University (Korea)

Keio University (Japan)

KIEP (Korea)

Advisory

Board

Renaud Dehousse

Cae-One Kim

Marc Maresceau

Jacques Pelkmans

Dario Velo

Rudolf Hrbek

Ludger Kuhnhardt

Willem Molle

Toshiro Tanaka

Joseph Weiler

IEP de Paris (France)

Seoul National University (Korea)

University of Gent (Belgium)

College of Europe (Belgium)

University of Pavia (Italy)

University of Tbingen (Germany)

ZEI, University of Bonn (Germany)

University of Rotterdam (The Netherlands)

Keio University (Japan)

New York University (United States)

 

| Archive

| Volume 14 Number 2 Winter 2016

| Volume 14 Number 1 Summer 2016

| Volume 13 Number 2 Winter 2015

| Volume 13 Number 1 Summer 2015

| Volume 12 Number 2 Winter 2014

| Volume 12 Number 1 Summer 2014

| Volume 11 Number 2 Winter 2013

| Volume 10 Number 2 Winter 2012

| Volume 10 Number 1 Summer 2012

| Volume 9 Number 2 Winter 2011

| Volume 9 Number 1 Summer 2011

| Volume 8 Number 1,2  Summer/Winter 2010

| Volume 7 Number 1,2  Summer/Winter 2009

| Volume 6 Number 1,2  Summer/Winter 2008

| Volume 5 Number 2  Winter 2007

| Volume 5 Number 1 Summer 2007

| Volume 4 Number 2 Winter 2006

| Volume 4 Number 1 Summer 2006

| Volume 3 Number 1,2 Winter 2005


| Paper Submission

I. Paper Submission

1. Submission of a paper will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work and is not being submitted for publication elsewhere. Submission of a paper also implies that, upon acceptance of an article by the journal, the author(s) will transfer copyright of the article to the publisher. It is understood that submission of the paper for publication has been approved by all of the authors.

2. Three copies and a diskette of any manuscript should be sent to the Editor. With prior permission, authors are welcome to submit their manuscript as an e-mail attachment.

°‹ Editor: Professor Yeongseop Rhee

Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University
599 Gwanak-ro, Gwanak-gu, Seoul 151-742, Korea
Tel) +82-2-880-8511; Fax) +82-2-879-1496; E-mail) ysrhee@snu.ac.kr 

°‹ Editor: Professor Sung-Hoon Park

Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University
Anam-dong, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, 136-701, Korea
Tel) +82-2-3290-2405; Fax) +82-2-929-0402; E-mail) shpark@korea.ac.kr

 

II. Paper Preparation

1. Papers must be in English, preferably with English orthography.

2. There is no standard length for articles. However, a high priority will be assigned to concise and lucid exposition.

3. The first page of the manuscript should contain the following information: the title, the name(s) of author(s) and an abstract of no more than 130 words. Institutional and departmental affiliation, phone and fax numbers, e-mail address, and acknowledgments should appear in the author footnote.

4. Headings and subheadings of the manuscript, figures and tables are to be numbered consecutively (I., 1., A., Figure 1., Table 1.). Footnotes (except author footnote) are to be numbered consecutively and placed where appropriate throughout the text. The captions and legends on tables and figures must be sufficiently descriptive that they are understandable without reference to the text. All but the most common abbreviations should be spelled out the first time they are used in the manuscript.

5. Citations in the text or footnotes should give only name of author(s), year of publication, and possibly page numbers or chapter. For two-author citations, spell out both authors on all occurrences. In the case of a publication brought out jointly by three or more authors, it should be cited with °įet al.°Ī Use letters after years to distinguish multiple publications by the same author in the same year. For example:

°‹ as Smith (1990, pp. 10-15) points out
°‹ a recent study (Smith and Spencer, 1990a) shows
°‹ Kim, et al. (1980, chap. 2) explain that°¶

6. At the end of the paper there should be a complete list of references. It should be complete with first and last names of authors. For multiple-author publications, name all authors in the list of references. References to papers published in a journal should contain the name of publication, volume, month of publication, and year. The title of a journal must not be abbreviated. References to books should contain the city of publication, publisher, year of publication, and editors where relevant. For an industry or popular journal, do not cite author. Electronic references should have an address permitting retrieval. For example:

°‹ Allen, Franklin and Douglas Gale, Comparing Financial systems, Cambridge, The MIT Press, 2000.
°‹ Asian Wall Street Journal, 22 April 1999.
°‹ Euromoney, Various issues, 1999-2000.
°‹ Hitt, Lorain M. and Eric Bryjolfsson, °įInformation technology and internal firm organization: An exploratory analysis", Journal of Management Information System, Vol.14, No.2, 1997.
°‹ Information Society Forum, °įA European way for the information society", Third Annual Report, 1999.  (http://europa.eu.int/ISPO/policy/isf/documents/rep-99/ISFReport-En.pdf)