김정학(영문)

  • Professor: Kim, Junghack
    • Major: Public Budgeting and Financial Management / Public Policy
    • Tel: +82 44-860-3829
    • E-mail: trustkjh@korea.ac.kr
    • Address: Sejong-ro 2511, Sejong City Public Policy Building, Room 218

  • Education
  • Institution Degree Year Field of Study

    University of Nebraska

    PhD

    2018

    Public Administration

    Korea University

    MA

    2011

    Public Administration

    Korea University

    BA

    2008

    Public Administration


  • Positions and Employment
  • Institution Years Position

    Korea University

    2020 - present

    Assistant Professor

    St. Cloud State University

    2019 - 2020

    Assistant Professor

    Wichita State University

    2018 - 2019

    Assistant Professor


  • Research Interest
    • 1. Public Budgeting and Management
    • 2. Fiscal Policy
    • 3. State-owned Enterprises Management

  • Selected peer-reviewed articles
1.Kim, Junghack., McDonald III, B. D. and Lee, J. (2017). The Nexus of State and Local Capacity in Vertical Policy Diffusion. The American Review of Public Administration. 48(2): 188-200.
2. Kim, Junghack., Maher, C. S. and Lee, J. (2018). Performance Information Use and Severe Cutback Decisions During a Period of Fiscal Crisis. Public Money & Management. 38(4): 289-296.
3. Kim, Junghack. (2019). Review of the book Little Bites of Big Data for Public Policy, by Donald F. Kettl. Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs.
4. Shon, J. and Junghack Kim*. (2019). The Impact of Revenue Diversification on Municipal Debts: Comparing Short-term and Long-term Debt Levels. Local Government Studies. 45(2): 241-261 * Corresponding author.
5. Kim, Junghack., Shon, J. and McDonald III, B. D. (2022). Does School District Board Type Affect Fiscal Conditions? Examining Debt Positions. Public Performance & Management Review, 45(1): 30-53
6. Kim, Junghack., McDonald III, B. D. and Shon, J. (2022). Does the Charter Form Lead to Lower Borrowing Costs? Examining the Case of California Local Governments. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics. 93(1): 85-102