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1. A thesis will only be accepted if received before the due date in reference to the issuing date of the conference paper (March, June, September, December).

2. A paper contributor is to be a member of the institute. If two or more are involved in a joint research, all of them are to be members of the institute. In the case of an English edition, the editorial board shall decide the contributor qualifications, examination fees, publication fees, etc.

3. Any thesis which has been or will be published in a home or abroad academic journal as an arbitration-related paper will be excluded.

4. For a thesis presentation, 60,000 won is to be paid as the examination fee (an additional fee may be required for re-examination), and the publication fee for theses qualified for publication is 200,000 won (printing fees included). As for a thesis with research funds, 100,000 won shall be paid as the additional publication fee.

5. All payments related to the academic journal (publication fee, examination fee, etc.) shall be made through the designated account of the academic journal.

- Bank Name : Korea Exchange Bank (630-008081-003)

- Account Holder : Korean Association of Arbitration Studies

6. The volume of a script is limited to 20 sheets of A4 paper. When it exceeds 20 sheets, 10,000 won per sheet shall be paid additionally.

7. In principle, English and Korean may be used together in a script. Academic terminology must be written basically in Korean, but if it is impossible, it may be written in English. For better understanding on a translated term, the corresponding English word or the original term may be added.

8. The theme (Korean·English) of the thesis, name of the writer (Korean·English), table of contents, Korean keywords, main text, reference, English abstract, and English keywords (in this order) shall be specified in the thesis.Additionally, the writer's position, title, and email address must be stated on the first page of the thesis.

9. The very first letter of every word in the Theme of a thesis except prepositions and articles are to be written in capital letters.

10. The main text is to be arranged in the order of Sections, Paragraphs, and Items. Sections should be itemized as Ⅰ Ⅱ Ⅲ.. (letter size: 13 points), Paragraphs 1, 2, 3... (letter size: 12 points), Items (1), (2), (3)... (letter size: 11 points), and subitems 1), 2), 3)... (letter size: 10 points).

11. As for the format of the thesis, the upper, bottom, left, and right margins of the paper in HWP format are 40 each, and the space for both the preface and footer is 12.7.

12. The font must be "shinmyeongjo," the text size 10, the line spacing 160, the footnote 8 points, and line spacing of each note 130.

13. Tables and figures in a thesis must be indicated as <Table 1>, <Figure 1>, and so on, with the source specifically stated. When stated in the text, < > shall be put before and after the tables and figures as well.

14. The English abstract of a thesis (English keywords included) must be included at the back of the main text within 200 words.

15. Each footnote must be given a serial number (e.g. 1), 2), 3)...), and the contents must be stated at the bottom of the page. Notes for write profiles, "*" needs to be put at the beginning. A footnote must be added as follows:

 

<e.g.> Gildong Hong, 「A Theory of Commercial Arbitration」, Gabeul Press, 2006, p.22.

Gildong Hong․Gapdol Kim, "A Comparative Study on the Composition of an Arbitration Commission", 「Arbitration Studies」, Volume 22, No.3, Korea Association of Arbitration Studies, 2012.12, pp.187-189.

Steven C. Bennett, Arbitration: Essential Concepts, ALM Publishing, 2002, p.155.

An Chen, "On the Supervision Mechanism of Chinese Arbitration Involving Foreign Elements and its Tallying with International Practices," Journal of International Arbitration, Vol.14 No.3, 1997, pp.39-40.

Han-Shin Lee and Sung-Yong Kim, “Cross-border Internet Dispute Resolution”, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, Vol.2 No.1, 2010, pp.35-36.

Hanpil Joh, "A Prospect of the Trade Dispute after the Spread of FTA", 「Maeil Business Newspaper」, dated 2010.2.15, access date: 2013.3.21, http://news.mk.co.kr/newaRead.php?year=201316

"New child vaccine gets funding boost", (2001), Retrieved March 21, 2013, from http://news.ninemsn.com.au/health/story_13178.asp

 

16. References are to be stated in the order of Korean references, Eastern references, and Western references. Korean references are arranged in Korean alphabetical order and Western references in alphabetical order. The specific statement of references is as follows:

<e.g.> Gildong Hong, 「A Theory of Commercial Arbitration」, Gabeul Press, 2006,

______․Gapdol Kim, "A Comparative Study on the Composition of an Arbitration Commission", 「Arbitration Studies」, Volume 22, No.3, Korea Association of Arbitration Studies, 2012.

Bennett, Steven C., Arbitration: Essential Concepts, ALM Publishing, 2002.

Chen, An, "On the Supervision Mechanism of Chinese Arbitration Involving Foreign Elements and its Tallying with International Practices," Journal of International Arbitration, Vol.14, 1997.

Lee, Han-Shin and Kim, Sung-Yong, “Cross-border Internet Dispute Resolution”, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, Vol.2 No.1, 2010.

Hanpil Joh, "A Prospect of the Trade Dispute after the Spread of FTA", 「Maeil Business Newspaper」, dated 2010.2.15, access date: 2013.3.21, http://news.mk.co.kr/newaRead.php?year=201316

"New child vaccine gets funding boost", (2001), Retrieved March 21, 2013, from http://news.ninemsn.com.au/health/story_13178.asp