Academic Publications:

Lee, Danbee and Gregg G. Van Ryzin (accepted). Measuring bureaucratic reputation: Scale development and validation. Governance. Retrieved from doi:10.1111/gove.12371

Lee, Danbee and Gregg. G. Van Ryzin (2018). The reputation of federal agencies in the eyes of citizens: An analysis of US survey data. International Review of Administrative Science. Retrieved from doi: 10.1177/0020852318769127

Lee, Danbee and Min Gyo Koo (2014) Comparative analysis of the process of the city-county consolidation in Korea: Focusing on the roles of policy makers Korean Public Administration Review, 48 (3): 413-437 [In Korean]

Book and Book chapters:

Lee, Danbee (2016). Organizational reputation. In Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Retrieved from  doi:10.1007/978-3-319-31816-5_3001-1

Holzer, Mark, Lois M. Warner., Lee Danbee (2017). Teaching Resources Guide for Public Affairs and Administration (Fourth Edition). Washington, DC: National Association of School of Public Affairs and Administration

 

Work in Progress:

Lee, Danbee. The reputational threats of federal agencies: the roles of motivated partisan reasoning and media coverage. Proposed to the research grant.

Lee, Danbee and Yahong Zhang. Job choices among women and minorities: How organizational diversity reputations influence their decisions? The final revision to propose to the peer-reviewed journal.

Lee, Danbee. Do you buy my words? The effectiveness of communication strategies of federal agencies. Part of the dissertation research and about to begin data collection.

Lee, Danbee. What is in the reputation of U.S federal agencies? An exploratory study. Part of the dissertation research and about to begin data collection.

 

Conference Presentations:

Lee, Danbee. Measuring bureaucratic reputation: Scale development and validation at European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) in Hamburg, Germany, Aug, 2018

Lee, Danbee. How motivated partisan reasoning affects the reputational threats of federal agencies at the International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) in Edinburgh, UK., April 2018

Lee, Danbee and Yahong Zhang. The effect of organizational reputation on minorities’ job choices at American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) in Denver, CO., March 2018

Lee, Danbee and Gregg G. Van Ryzin. Measuring bureaucratic reputation: Scale development and validation at Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) fall research conference in Chicago, USA, November 2017

Lee, Danbee. How do citizens respond to reputational threats? The role of motivated reasoning at Public Management Research Association Conference (pre-conference) in Washington D.C. USA, Jun. 2017.

Lee, Danbee. The reputation of federal agencies in the eyes of citizens: An analysis of national survey data at American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Mar. 2017.

Lee, Danbee. Individual differences in perceptions of federal agency reputations: An analysis of national survey data at Northeast Conference on Public Administration (NECoPA) in Harrisburgh, PA, USA, Nov. 2016.

Lee, Danbee. Local Reform and public mediator at the Korean Public Administration and Local Governance Conference in Gwangju, Korea, Feb. 2014.

Lee Danbee Current status of Korean Trade remedy and its cause at the Korean Association for Public Administration Conference at Seoul, Dec. 2011.