Dr. Jungyeon Park

Dr. Jungyeon Park

Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice

Education

  • University of Georgia, Athens, GA
    Ph.D., Public Administration and Policy, August 2022
  • Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea
    M.P.P., Public Administration and Policy, 2017
  • Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea
    B.A., Public Administration, 2015
    B.A., Economics, 2015
  • University of California, Davis, CA
    Exchange student 2011 – 2012
    Major: Economics 

Research Interests

  • GENERAL: Public Administration / Management
  • SPECIFIC: Performance Management; Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior

Research

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • “Does Coordinated Administrative Leadership Improve U.S. Federal Agency Management of Discrimination Problems?” (with George A. Krause). Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (Forthcoming). Early View: https://doi.org/10.1093/jopart/muac032

  • “How Status-Group Power Differentials Shape Age Discrimination within U.S. Federal Agencies: Evidence from EEOC Formal Complaints Filings, 2010–2019” 

    (with George A. Krause). Public Administration Review (Forthcoming). Early View: https://doi.org/10.1111/puar.13532

  • “Going beyond the System: The Role of Trust in Coworker Support and Organization-Based Self-Esteem in Dealing with Sexual Harassment Issue.” 2021. International Public Management Journal. 24(July): 418–434.  

  • “The Origin and Evolution of the Crisis in Offshore Plant Industry in South Korea: Goal Ambiguity and Governmental Politics.” 2017. Korean Journal of Policy Studies 32 (1): 71–97 (with Min Gyo Koo). 


Academic Presentations

Conference Presentations

  • Presenter: Analyzing the Effectiveness of Performance Improvement Period (PIP): When Do Supervisors Use This Information? Presented at 2022 Southern Political Science Association Virtual Summer Meeting, June 16–17, 2022.   
  • Presenter: Disentangling Improper Payments in U.S. Federal Programs: Distinguishing Between Type I versus Type II Payment Errors. Presented at 2022 Southern Political Science Association Virtual Summer Meeting, June 16–17, 2022.   
  • Presenter: Resolving Inequalities in the Government Workplace: Status-Group Power Differentials as Reference Points for Fostering Diversity and Inclusion within U.S. Federal Agencies.” (With George A. Krause). Presented at the 2022 Public Management Research Conference, May 25–28, 2022, Phoenix, AZ.   
  • Presenter: How Status-Group Power Differentials Shape Age Discrimination within U.S. Federal Agencies: Evidence from EEOC Formal Complaints Filings, 2010–2019 (With George A. Krause). Presented at the 2021 Public Management Research Conference, June 23–26, 2021 (Virtual Conference) 
  • Presenter: Analyzing the Effectiveness of Performance Improvement Period (PIP): When Do Supervisors Use This Information? Presented at the 2021 Midwest Political Science Association Conference, April 14–18, 2021 (Virtual Conference)  
  • Presenter: Best Practices? Coordinated Leadership and Organizational Mitigation of Discrimination within U.S. Federal Agencies (With George A. Krause). Presented at the 2021 Southern Political Science Association Conference, January 6–9, 2021 (Virtual Conference)
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Courses

Courses Taught at Graduate Level:

  • PSC 501 – Public Administration, University of South Alabama, Fall 2022
  • PSC 500 – Organizational Theory and Behavior, University of South Alabama, Fall 2022 

Courses Taught at Undergraduate Level:

  • PSC 401 – Public Administration, University of South Alabama, Fall 2022