Korea Review of International Studies wishes to address include:

  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Education
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Environmentalism and climate change
  • Foreign Aid and Investment – ‘Trade vs Aid?’
  • Globalisation
  • Innovation – social and technological
  • Micro-credit and microfinance
  • Sustainability
  • Transformational marketing
  • Green marketing
  • Marketing for NPOs
  • Social marketing
  • Volunteer and charitable organisations
  • Well-being
  • SMAC (social media, mobile, analytics, cloud)
  • BRAID (blockchain, robotics, automation of knowledge work, internet of things and digital fabrication)
  • UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Science, technology management, technical change
  • Technology and sustainable development
  • Best practice in the promotion of sustainable technologies
  • Industry and sustainable development
  • Sustainable development policies
  • Green economies and green growth
  • Eco-efficiency and cleaner production
  • Water and development
  • Sustainable energy use and renewable energy methods
  • Environmental health
  • Innovation and sustainable development
  • Broad-Computer Science and Information Technology and, generally, all interdisciplinary streams of Engineering Sciences


Korea Review of International Studies seeks to attract contributions of two types:

Action-based research that describes and diagnoses problems or issues associated with the major themes cited earlier, the actions taken to address them and the resulting outcomes. Generically, such research may be described as Practice-related Content and will include Case Studies, Commentaries, Thought Pieces, Reviews, etc..

Conceptually based research of the kind where the researcher(s) identify an issue and seek to clarify it through the implementation of a study designed specifically for the purpose. Generically, such research may be described as Academic.

Given its proposed scope Korea Review of International Studies will appeal to a wide but sophisticated audience of decision makers in both the public and private sector. It will also be essential reading for scholars and students in the increasing number of educational institutions that are including aspects of Korea Review of International Studies and related issues in their curricula.


ISSN : 1226-4741

Address : 145, Anam-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 02841,

Republic of Korea.

Email : editor@kristudies.org