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Financial Stability Studies

  • The Financial Stability Studies, published by the Korea Deposit Insurance Corporation, aims to be a journal which can be relevant not only to the scholarly community but also to the larger public by publishing papers with both academic value and practical significance. Hence, we welcome a variety of submission types including research papers and policy briefs, either in Korean or English, on any topic related to finance, beyond deposit insurance.
  • If you intend to submit an article to the Financial Stability Studies, please adhere to the following guidelines.

Sending a manuscript and editorial policy

(1) Please check the Financial Stability Studies’ publication dates (June 30th and December 31st each year) and send an electronic file of your manuscript three months before the publication date.

(2) When submitting, please supply the author’s name, the article title and an abstract. Also, provide the name of the institution that the author is from, his/her home address and telephone number in a footnote to the author’s name.

(3) The manuscripts are sent to two peer reviewers, selected by the Editorial Board, whose opinions are taken into account when the Editorial Board decides whether to accept a manuscript for publication. For each published article, a small amount of research grant will be provided.

Preparing a manuscript

(1) Around 25 pages of A4 paper, written in Word Processor (or HWP)

(2) Margins, font size and line spacing

  • Set margins to 45 top/bottom and 40 left/right. Set the header to 12 and footer to 0.
  • Font sizes should be: 20 for the title; 11 for the main body; 9 for the abstract and key words; and 8 for the footnotes. Line spacing should be 170.

(3) Main body

  • The first page of the manuscript should include the author’s name (with an asterisk (*) and a footnote where the name of the institution that the author is from, his/her job title and e-mail address are provided. When there are multiple authors, please indicate who the first author/corresponding author is), an abstract, key words and the JEL classification number.
  • The abstract should be a true reflection of what is included in the article and not exceed 400 characters (including spaces). Below the abstract, type four or five key words.
  • Chapters and sections should be designated using the following numbering system: Ⅰ, 1, a, (1), (a). The main body and footnotes should be written in complete sentences.
  • All figures and tables should be preceded by titles, numbered consecutively throughout the article by Arabic numerals (e.g. Figure 1, Table 1), and placed as near as possible to the place where you first refer to it.
  • Mathematical equations must be created using the equation editor. The numbering of the equations should be aligned right and numbered consecutively throughout the article.

(4) References

  • The list of references should include all sources cited in the text and footnotes. References should be listed in alphabetical order according to the family name of the author.
  • Each reference should include: author’s name, title of article, journal name, volume number, issue number, name of publisher, year published, and page numbers. Use the same font as the main body of the article. Article titles should be enclosed in double quotation marks and journal names should be italicized.

■ Example ) Curry, T. and L. Shibut, “The Cost of Savings and Loan Crisis: Truth and Consequences”, FDIC Banking Review, Vol.13, No.2, 2000, pp.26~35.

For manuscript submission and questions

For manuscript submission and questions
Address 7F, 30 Cheoggyecheonno Junggu, 04521 Seoul, Republic of Korea
Tel. +82-2-758-1028 Fax +82-2-758-1090
E-mail kdic_research@kdic.or.kr