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Public Administration/Graduate School of Governance

  • Assistant Professor Public Employee Motivation, Local Development, Network Governance and Gov't Relations
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Research Interest

Public Management, Public Employee Motivation/Satisfaction, Local Government and Regional Development, Intergovernmental Relations, Network Analysis

Education

  • (Ph.D.) Dept. of Public Administration and Policy, Florida State University (2019)
  • (M.P.A.) Dept. of Public Administration, Korea University (2013)
  • (B.A.) Dept. of Public Administration, Korea University (2010)

Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Governance/Dept. of Public Administration, Sungkyunkwan University (2024-Present)
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of Political Science, University of Miami (2020-2023)
  • PostDoc, Dept. of Public Administration and Policy, Florida State University (2020)

Journal Articles

  • (2024)  Republican governor, unified government, and the U.S. states’ death penalty executions.  International Review of Public Administration.  29,  1
  • (2023)  Has the fiscal decentralization of social welfare programs helped effectively reduce poverty across US states?.  SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL.  60,  2
  • (2023)  Competition and Local Government's Choice Between Informal and Formal Collaborative Mechanisms: Measuring Dyadic Intercity Competition Through the Lens of Business Trade-Offs.  AMERICAN REVIEW OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.  53,  3-4
  • (2023)  Do not ask for job information from your close friends or from strangers: strength of moderate ties in finding a satisfying job.  CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY.  43,  12
  • (2023)  Untangling the Association Between Goal Clarity and Public Service Motivation With the Moderating Role of Value Congruence.  AMERICAN REVIEW OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.  53,  3-4
  • (2022)  The Effectiveness of Monetary and Promotion Rewards in the Public Sector and the Moderating Effect of PSM (PSM-Reward Fit or PSM Crowding Out): A Survey Experiment.  ADMINISTRATION & SOCIETY.  54,  2
  • (2021)  Public service motivation and government officials’ willingness to learn in public sector benchmarking process.  PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW.  23,  4
  • (2021)  Public service motivation, job satisfaction, and the moderating effect of employment sector: a meta-analysis.  International Review of Public Administration.  26,  2
  • (2020)  Testing structural and relational embeddedness in collaboration risk.  RATIONALITY AND SOCIETY.  32,  1
  • (2020)  When Would a Democratic Governor Increase Social Welfare Funding? The Joint Moderation of a State’s Economy and a Governor’s Budgetary Authority.  REVIEW OF POLICY RESEARCH.  37,  5
  • (2019)  Defection Vulnerability of Services and Inter-Governmental Agreement for Public Service Delivery.  한국행정논집.  31,  2
  • (2019)  Strength of Strong Ties in Intercity Government Information Sharing and County Jurisdictional Boundaries.  PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REVIEW.  23,  35

Honors / Awards

  • Political Science Summer 2023 Research Grant, University of Miami ($2,500), May 2023
  • Nomination for Provost’s Award for Faculty Excellence and Impact of Early Career, University of Miami, Mar 2023
  • Morris W.H. Collins Award (Best Doctoral Student Paper of the Year), Southeastern Conference for Public Administration (SECoPA), Birmingham, Alabama, Sep 2018
  • De Guzman Ph.D. Best Paper Award, Askew School of Public Administration, Florida State University, Apr 2018