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    Distinguished Paper Award

1. Description
The program gives distinguished paper awards to authors of excellent research papers published in A&HCI, SSCI and SCI, and Scopus listed journals.

2. Eligibility
a. Researchers who publish an article in A&HCI, SSCI, SCI or SCOPUS listed journals in 2009.
b. Those who have failed to submit final report or got an unsatisfactory evaluation from the Academy of Korean Studies, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, the National Research Foundation of Korea, the Korea Foundation, or other related funding institutions are not eligible.
c. Previous awardees who failed to use the grant to implement the approved project are not eligible.

3. Grant Administration
a. Grant payment date: The funds will be remitted within one month after the final decision of selection. Korean Studies Grant is exempted from overhead costs.
b. Termination and return of grants: If a grantee submits an application containing false information, the grant can be terminated and the funds can be returned.

* Download the file for details
◎ 2010_application_form.doc
◎ 2010_Guideline(Eng).doc
◎ 2010_Guideline(Kor).doc

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