Ji Hyung Park
- Doctoral Candidate
- Specializations: Public Budgeting & Finance, Urban Management
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BioJi Hyung Park is a doctoral candidate in the School of Public Administration. His doctoral dissertation aims at better understanding how form of government is associated with local fiscal health, taking into consideration the influence of citizen participation pressure. His recent research is about local government’s motivations of performance-based budgeting with citizen participation pressure, professionalism, and fiscal decentralization. He emphasizes interdisciplinary research between public budgeting and finance, public management, and urban studies. In particular, democratic governance is a primary context in his research area. As an adjunct instructor, he has taught Public Budgeting, Urban Studies, and Applied Statistics at the undergraduate level. After graduation, Ji-Hyung would like to extend his research area and contribute to public budgeting and finance, public management, and urban studies field.
MPA, Public Policy
Chungang University (Seoul, South Korea)
BA, Public Administration
Korea Technology and Information Promotion Agency for Small & Medium Enterprises, 2008-2010
Chungang University, 2007-2008
Local Government Reform: City-County Consolidation
Park, J. H. (2013). Local Government Reform: Is It Effective on Debt Burdens? Public Finance and Management, 13(3): 195-214.
Hong, J. H., Park, J. H., & Lim, M. H. (2010) The Effects of Nuclear Power Plant Sites on Regional Economy, Journal of Policy Analysis and Evaluation, 20(3):27-53 (Korean).
Park, J. H. & Hong, J. H. (2007) Regional Economic Growth Effects of City-County Consolidation in Korea, Journal of Policy Studies, 16:167-196 (Korean).
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