Informatization Policy (정보화정책)
- Politics/Science of Public Administration ＞ Sectional/Typical Administration/Policy
Aim & Scope
한국정보화진흥원이 발간하는 정보화정책은 1994년 3월에 처음 발간되어국가정보화 정책을 비롯한 국내외 전반적인 정보화 동향을 연구·분석하는국내 유일의 국가정보화 전문 학술지입니다. 본 「정보화정책」에는 정보화와 관련된 주제에 대한 심층 진단과 대응방안의 제언과 함께, 최근에는 지능정보사회 구현에 필요한 올바른 방향을 제시할 수 있는 다양한 논문을 싣고 있습니다. Informatization Policy(ISSN 1598-3498) is published quarterly (in March, June, September and December) by the National Information Society Agency (NIA), Korea(www.nia.or.kr). NIA, established in 1987, is the leading government agency for implementing national informatization policy and has played a central role in the development and deployment of information technology in Korean government and the public sector. Informatization Policy, a quarterly journal launched by NIA in 1994, has significantly contributed to Korea’s rapid informatization efforts with a central focus on IT policy implementation. Since 1994, it has emphasized its academic quality by expanding the number of contributions and by reinforcing the review process. Informatization Policy has been reviewed by Korean Research Foundation (KRF) and was registered in KRF index in 2005. Starting from 2003, it will open an opportunity for foreign authors to contribute for its global recognition. Informatization Policy welcomes articles in all areas of the impacts of information technology upon politics, economy, and society including its application, which would have implications on national informatization policy. Informatization Policy has multidisciplinary perspectives. In Informatization Policy, you will find theoretical and empirical research reflecting wide range of disciplines including public policy, economics, sociology, political science, law, management information system, computer science. The journal accepts academically robust papers that make a distinctive contribution to the study on the roles of information technology in the economy, government and society. We employ a double-blind refereed reviewing process for the journal, which would take about 8 weeks. Subscription: Informatization Policy is distributed free of charge to NIA members, pubic and private organizations, educational institutions, and libraries. The electronic version of Informatization Policy is also available on NIA web site, www.nia. or.kr.