Kenneth J. Meier and Seung-Ho AnAccepted with Pending RevisionsSector Bias in Public Programs: US Nonprofit Hospitals.” Journal of Behavioral Public Administration.

Anna A. Amirkhanyan, Seung-Ho An, Beth A. Hawks, and Kenneth J. MeierForthcomingLearning on the Job: The Impact of Job Tenure and Management Strategies on Nursing Home Performance.” Administration & Society. [pre-print]

Kenneth J. Meier, Austin P. Johnson, and Seung-Ho AnForthcoming“Perceptual Bias and Public Programs: The Case of the United States and Hospital Care.” Public Administration Review. [pre-print][Dataverse]

Seung-Ho An, Kenneth J. Meier, Jacob Ladenburg, and Niels C. Westergård-Nielsen. Forthcoming“Leadership and Job Satisfaction: Addressing Endogeneity With Panel Data from a Field Experiment.” Review of Public Personnel Administration. [pre-print]

Scott J. Cook, Seung-Ho An, and Nathan Favero. Forthcoming. “Beyond Policy Diffusion: Spatial Econometric Models of Public Administration.” Journal of Public Administration Reseach and Theory.  [pre-print][Dataverse]

Seung-Ho An, Kenneth J. Meier, Anne Bøllingtoft, and Lotte Bøgh Andersen. 2019. “Employee Perceived Effect of Leadership Training: Comparing Public and Private Organizations.” International Public Management Journal 22(1): 2-28. [pre-print]

Manuel P. Teodoro and Seung-Ho An. 2018“Citizen-Based Brand Equity: A Model and Experimental Evaluation.” Journal of Public Administration Reseach and Theory 28(3): 321-338. [pre-print]

Laurie E. Paarlberg, Seung-Ho An, Rebecca Nesbit, Robert K. Christensen, and Justin B. Bullock. 2018“A Field Too Crowded? Measuring the Relationship between Nonprofit Density and Financial Health.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 47(3): 453-473. [pre-print]

Khaldoun AbouAssi and Seung-Ho An. 2017. “Gender Representation and Organizational Size: Examining Opportunities for Members’ Involvement in Membership Associations.” Public Management Review 19(10): 1437-1454. [pre-print]

Ohbet Cheon and Seung-Ho An. 2017. “Blowing in the Wind: A Study for Granger-Causality between Managerial Strategy and Organizational Performance.” Public Management Review 19(5): 686-704. [pre-print]