Specialization: City Management and Urban Policy
Kim, Jung Wook and Kyujin Jung. “Does Civic Engagement Resolve Accountability Dilemmas in Local Governance?” International Journal of Policy Studies (2013).
Jung, Kyujin, Inseok Seo, & Hee Soun Jang. “Sustainability of Social Enterprise: Evidences from the Resource Dependence Theory” Korean Policy Studies Review (2013).
Jung, Kyujin, Inseok Seo, & Younghwe Kim. “Evidence-based Policy Framework Utilizing the System Dynamics and Demographical Factors” Journal of Policy Analysis and Evaluation (2012).
Kim, Younghwe, Kyujin Jung, & Byeonghun Lee. “The Governance Structure and Performance of Local Public Enterprises” Journal of Local Public Enterprises (2011).
Yun, Eunsik, Kyujin Jung, & Moon-Gi Jeong. “The Collaborative Actor-Network of the Resident Self-Activity Center under Korean Local Governments” Korean Local Administration Review (2011).
Jung, Kyujin, Moon-Gi Jeong, & Jin-Reol Kim. “The Industrial Innovation Cluster for the Small and Medium Business in the Seoul Metropolitan Area” Korean Public Administration Journal (2010).
Jung, Kyujin and Moon-Gi Jeong. “Urban Collaborative Network for the Great-Sphere Economic Policy: Focusing on the Korean Southeastern Economic Area” Korean Policy Studies Review (2010).
Jung, Kyujin. “Business Retention System for Regional Economic Development” Korean Small and Medium Business Studies Review (2009).
Jung, Kyujin and Moon-Gi Jeong. “Citizen Satisfaction for the Green Parking Service in the Seoul Metropolitan Area” Korean Local Government Studies Review (2008).
Jung, Kyujin, Simon A. Andrew, & Wei-Ning Wu. “In-house Provision of Emergency Services: A Test of Organizational Capacity Hypothesis” International Review of Public Administration (forthcoming).
Cho, Seong Eun, Kyujin Jung, and Han Woo Park. “Social Media Use During the 2011 Japan Earthquake: How Twitter Transforms the Locus of Crisis Communication” Media International Australia (forthcoming).
Dissertation Title “Building a Resilient Organization: A Test of the Bonding and Bridging Effects"
Completion: May 2015.
Collaborative governance, urban economic development, and social network analysis
(2014) Urban Affairs Association (UAA) Annual Meeting, “Social Media Use for Building a Safe City: Following the 2013 Seoul Floods,” with Ji Won Kim and Younghee Kim.
(2013) Annual Conference of the Southeastern Conference for Public Administration (SECoPA), “Building Collaborative Emergency Management: Interorganizational Engagements and Network Resilience” with Minsun Song and Richard Feiock; the Asia Triple Helix Society Summer Seminar Korea, “Mapping e-Participation in Government 2.0: the Webometrics Approach to Policy Analysis and Management” with Se Jung Park and Han Woo Park; Annual Conference of the Urban Affairs Association (UAA), “Building Regional Resiliency: a Test Of Bonding and Bridging Effects” with Simon A. Andrew and Sudha Arlikatti; Annual Conference of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), “Collaborative Emergency Management in South Korea: Regional Integration through Interorganizational Networks” with Simon A. Andrew and Sudha Arlikatti; Annual Conference of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), “Accountability Dilemmas in Participatory Governance” with Myeongjung Kwon; “Government-Driven Social Enterprise: A Case Study of South Korea” with Hee Soun Jang.
(2012) Annual Conference of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), “Nonprofit IT innovations: from Experience of Early 2000’s” with Hee Soun Jang and Amina Sillah; Annual Conference of the Urban Affairs Association (UAA), “What Explains Small and Medium Size Companies’ Decisions to Support Government-Sponsored Collaborative Initiatives?”; Annual Conference of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), “The Dynamics of Local Service Production Choices: Trend Analyses of Provision and Production Decisions” with Hee Soun Jang.
American Society of Public Administration (ASPA)
Urban Affair Association (UAA)
Korean Association of Public Administration (KAPA)