Jungwon Yeo
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An expected event, but unprecedented damage: Structure and gaps of large-scale response coordination of the 2011 Thailand floods
J Yeo, L K. Comfort
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal 26 (4), 458-470, 2017
232017
Unveiling cultures in emergency response communication networks on social media: Following the 2016 Louisiana floods
J Yeo, CC Knox, K Jung
Quality & quantity 52 (2), 519-535, 2018
162018
Organizational adaptation under stress: Tracing communication processes in four California County health departments during the H1N1 threat, April 28, 2009, to March 11, 2011
LK Comfort, J Yeo, SR Scheinert
The American Review of Public Administration 49 (2), 159-173, 2019
142019
Learning From the Past: Distributed Cognition and Crisis Management Capabilities for Tackling COVID-19
S Lee, J Yeo, C Na
The American Review of Public Administration 50 (6-7), 729-735, 2020
112020
The Effectiveness of International Non-Governmental Organizations’ Response Operations During Public Health Emergency: Lessons Learned from the 2014 Ebola Outbreak in Sierra Leone
YA Shin, J Yeo, K Jung
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15 (4), 2018
112018
Risk, profit, or safety: Sociotechnical systems under stress
B Erkan, G Ertan, J Yeo, LK Comfort
Safety science 88, 199-210, 2016
112016
Public Attention to a Local Disaster Versus Competing Focusing Events: Google Trends Analysis Following the 2016 Louisiana Flood
J Yeo, CC Knox
Social Science Quarterly 10 (7), 2542-2554, 2019
92019
Timely assessment of disaster and emergency response networks in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, 2012
J Yeo, L Comfort, K Jung
Online Information Review 42 (7), 1010-1023, 2018
72018
Recent administrative and managerial practices and public service motivation: Evidence from Seoul City Government, South Korea
J Yeo
International Journal of Public Administration 39 (3), 216-225, 2016
62016
Antecedents of border management network in El Paso, Texas: An exponential random graph model
J Yeo
Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 15 (3), 2018
52018
Learning before and during the COVID-19 outbreak: a comparative analysis of crisis learning in South Korea and the US
S Lee, J Yeo, C Na
International Review of Public Administration, 1-18, 2020
32020
Collective Action and Vulnerable Populations: Interorganizational Collaboration for Undocumented Immigrants’ Disaster Safety Following Hurricane Irma 2017
J Yeo
Natural Hazards Review 21 (1), 2020
32020
Massive Flooding Versus the Olympics and the Presidential Election: Trends of Public Attention to the 2016 Louisiana Flood
J Yeo, C Knox
Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA …, 2018
32018
Whole community co-production: a full picture behind the successful COVID-19 response in S. Korea
J Yeo, ES Lee
Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 2020
22020
Migration in Public Administration Research: A Systematic Review and Future Directions
J Yeo, X Huang
International Journal of Public Administration 43 (2), 176-187, 2020
22020
United Nations and Crisis Management
BG Jeong, J Yeo
Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance …, 2018
22018
Using Bayesian Influence Diagrams to Assess Organizational Performance in 4 California County Health Departments, April-July 2009
LK Comfort, S Scheinert, J Yeo, R Schuh, L Duran, MA Potter
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 19, S63-S64, 2013
22013
Disaster recovery communication in the digital era: social media and the 2016 southern Louisiana flood
J Yeo, CC Knox, Q Hu
Risk analysis, 2020
12020
Cultural Approach to Crisis Management
J Yeo, H Li, YA Shin, B Haupt
Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance, 1-4, 2018
12018
The Importance of Vertical and Horizontal Collaboration: United States’ Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
R Kessa, AA Sadiq, J Yeo
Chinese Public Administration Review, 2021
2021
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