The International Review of Korean Studies (IROKS)

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The International Review of Korean Studies (IROKS) is the official publication of Korea Research Initiatives at Sydney. The IROKS solicits and welcomes research in topic areas related to Korean Studies. The journal’s scope includes Language and Language Education, Literature, History, Anthropology, Political Science, Business and Management, Economics and Humanities and Social Sciences. The IROKS has been ranked at category 'B' in the ERA ranking conducted by the Australian Research Council in 2009.

  • Editors-in-Chief

    Youngdal Cho, Seoul National University
    Seung-Ho Kwon, University of New South Wales

    Managing Editor

    Joseph HyosupKim, University of New South Wales

  • Language & Linguistics
    Gi-Hyun Shin, University of New South Wales (Panel Chief Editor)
    Mai Ngoc Chu, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi
    Ross King, University of British Columbia
    Jae-Young Han, Hanshin University

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    Hyaeweol Choi, Australian National University (Panel Chief Editor)
    Woncheol Yun, Seoul National University
    Annette Hamilton, University of New South Wales
    Kenneth Wells, University of California, Berkeley

    Social Sciences
    Hong-Key Yoon, The University of Auckland (Panel Chief Editor)
    Dal-Joong Chang, Seoul National University
    Linda Weiss, University of Sydney
    Samrit Yossomsakdi, Burapha University
    J. Bruce Jacobs, Monash University

    Business & Economics
    Mark Turner, University of Canberra (Panel Chief Editor)
    Peter Drysdale, Australia National University
    Russell Lansbury, University of Sydney
    Michael O'Donnell, University of New South Wales

  • ճInternational Review of Korean Studiesis published by KRI in collaboration with the Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University; Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City; Department of East Asian Studies, University of Malaya; and Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia.