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About JMF
Journal of Money and Finance, as the official academic journal of KMFA and the joint publication with the Korea Institute of
Finance, is aimed at providing the opportunities for research publication and academic discussions as well as contributing to
the accumulation of financial knowledge and education by carrying professional and creative research papers with theoretical,
empirical and policy values in the areas of economics and business management including macro-monetary economics,
international finance and foreign exchanges, financial institutions, finance and capital market, and financial policy.
How to submit your paper to JMF
Send your research papers via email to the address below and wire us the evaluation fee of KRW 60,000 to the following
    bank account.
Bank account: at NH Bank 386-01-021236 (depositor: ѱȸ, KMFA)
We will contact you after having confirmed your dues payment.
[ Guideline for Paper Writing and Submissions to Journal of Money and Finance ]

Adopted on 15 of Dec 1995
Amended on 20 Jun 2000
Amended on 18 of Dec 2003
Amended on 7 of Jan 2008
Amended on 23 of Dec 2008

1. Those who wish to publish their research papers in Journal of Money and Finance shall send them as email attachments
  along with the evaluation fee of KRW 60,000 to the editor-in-chief of JMF.
  If email is not available, send three hard copies of the paper, a paper file diskette and the evaluation fee of KRW 60,000 to
the editor-in-chief by registered mail.
The submission shall be completed with the confirmation from the editor-in-chief that the paper has been received and
the evaluation fee has been paid. The evaluation fee shall be refunded if the paper is eventually published in Journal of
Money and Finance.
2. All research papers, in principle, shall be written in Korean, provided that expressions of Eastern names and references
  shall follow the original text and foreign words shall be translated in Korean in principle, although the original can be
  added in bracket ( ) when it is deemed necessary, and if it is to be expressed in English, only proper nouns can be used.
The title of tables and figures, however, will be subject to Article 6.(3).
3. A research paper shall be 20 - 30 pages long in A4 size.
4. A research paper shall be prepared in Hangul or MS Word format. If it is in Korean, for example, the paper shall be
  composed of body (title, authors name, body, reference, and appendix), Korean abstract, Korean keywords, English title,
English abstract and English keywords.
5. Research paper contributors shall prepare authors name, paper title, abstract and key words of the paper in Korean and
  English on separate sheets of paper and submit them together with their paper.
The organization, address, telephone, home address, telephone number, fax number and email address of the contributor
shall be added.
6. Research papers shall follow the format instructions below.
  (1) (Part), (Paragraph), (Item) shall be expressed in the order of , , , , 1, 2, 3, , (1), (2), (3),
respectively and titles shall follow afterwards.

(2) Numbers given to numerical formula shall be arranged to the right and serialized in brackets.

(3) Each table and figure shall be serialized, for instance <Table 1> or <Figure 1>, and have a title and description
included along with clear data sources. The title of the tables and descriptions may be presented in English but shall be
clear enough for foreign readers to understand the contents of the research paper with such English descriptions and
summary. Capitalization of the titles of tables and figures is applied only to the first letter of the first words and the first
letter of any words exclusive of prepositions and articles.

(4) Footnotes shall have serial numbers in the text and their contents shall be noted at the bottom of the pertinent pages.

(5) The text and footnotes shall have references noted in the form Name (Year) for example, and the details of the
references shall appear in the section of <Reference> at the end of the paper. All the references not mentioned in the text
or footnotes shall not be included in <Reference>

(6) The list of <Reference> shall have Korean literature first followed by other Eastern, and then Western literature.
Korean and English references shall be presented alphabetically each in both languages based on the name of authors
and serial numbers shall be added. Details of reference citations shall be as follows.

  The titles of research papers shall be in quotation ( ) marks, while the titles of separate volumes and periodicals shall be in brackets (), if they are Korean and Eastern literature and the titles shall be italicized if they are English literature.

For example
  - ѡ, ȭ Ұ , 22 1ȣ, 2008, 53-79.
- , Ѣۡȡ, , 1986.
- Case, Karl E. and Robert J. Shiller, The Efficiency of the Market for Single-Family Homes, American Economic
   Screening 79, March 1989, 125-37.
7. A summary in Korean (in about 400 words) shall come under the title, and five keywords shall be presented below it and
  JEL criteria shall be added. The email, telephone and fax numbers and address of the author to contact shall be presented
in the footnote for the Korean abstract.
8. A summary in English (about two pages long) shall come under the English title, and five English key words shall be
  presented below it and JEL criteria shall be also added. The email, telephone and fax numbers and address of the author
to contact (the main author) shall be presented in the footnote for the English title.