Development & Society
- Frequency : 3 issues/year
- ISSN : 1598-8074(Print)
- Publisher : The Institute for Social Development and Policy Research, Seoul National University, Korea
- Editor : Park, Keong-Suk
Development and Society (D&S) is an English journal, published by the Institute for Social Development and Policy Research (ISDPR). Formerly known as Bulletin (1972-1989), then Korea Journal of Population and Development (1990-1997), D&S has contributed to share research outputs of Korea to oversea scholars and researchers for more than 40 years.
With its history, the journal provides an international and interdisciplinary forum for new ideas and research from social, cultural, political to economic development along with population issues, particularly focused on East Asia. It welcomes contributions that analyze various social causes and consequences of development from diverse authors, countries and research fields. With diversity, it discusses alternative and sustainable forms of development, social quality and related issues, and also proposes new strategies for improving human conditions.
Development and Society
Volume 45 Number 3, December 2016
SPECIAL ISSUE: MACRO TRENDS IN MICRO LIVES IN CHINA, JAPAN, AND KOREA
Marketization and Market Capacity: The Formation of Middle Class in China-An Empirical Study in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou
Self-Assessed Health and Perceptions of Fairness in Metropolitan China: A Social Capital Perspective
De-industrialization and the Changes in Occupational Structure in Three East Asian Cities
Divergence in Women’s Employment in Korea and Japan: What Shapes the Different Patterns around Childbirth?
A Comparative Analysis of Trust among Megacities: The Case of Shanghai, Seoul, and Tokyo
Changes in the Socio-Spatial Structure in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area-Social Area Analysis of Changes from 1990 to 2010
An Alternative Index of Population Aging
Effects of Economic and Health Conditions on the Transition to Living Alone: A Longitudinal Study on Older Koreans
Work and Family Policy Framing and Gender Equality in South Korea: Focusing on the Roh Moo-hyun and Lee Myung-bak Administrations