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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2016-01Local Managerial Strategies for External Versus Own Source Fiscal Resources: Do Administrators' Previous Career and Education Matter?오성수
2013-04‘라고’의 형식의미론민찬홍
2016-09‘문화융성’ 정책에 대한 비판적 검토김정수
2015-03Measuring the Growth of the Nonprofit Sector: A Longitudinal Analysis김석은
2016-11Media markets and politicians involved in scandals송병권
2014-03The mentor-protégé affinity on mentoring outcomes: The mediating effect of developmental networking김석은
2019-03Misleading ballot position cue: Party voting in Korea's nonpartisan local elections송병권
2012-01A multilevel analysis of social capital and self-reported health: evidence from Seoul, South Korea이희선
2013-03A Multilevel Analysis of the Compositional and Contextual Association of Social Capital and Subjective Well-Being in Seoul, South Korea이희선
2019-01New development: Fiscal reform in South Korea: looking back and moving forward강성훈
2016-03Newspaper Market Structure and Behavior: Partisan Coverage of Political Scandals in the United States from 1870 to 1910송병권
2011-12Perceived Fairness of Performance Appraisals in the Federal Government: Does It Matter?김석은
2013-08Performance Ratings and Career Advancement in the US Federal Civil Service오성수
2014-07Physical Workplace as a Strategic Asset for Improving Performance in Public Organizations김석은
2015-08Policy Limits, Payouts, and Blood Money: Medical Malpractice Settlements in the Shadow of Insurance백명호
2016-03The profits of cause: A new direction for corporate social responsibility in South Korea김석은
2013-10The Receding Tide of Medical Malpractice Litigation: Part 1-National Trends백명호
2013-10The Receding Tide of Medical Malpractice Litigation: Part 2-Effect of Damage Caps백명호
2015-02Science and Engineering Majors in the Federal Service: Lessons for Eliminating Sexual and Racial Inequality오성수