Pyo, Sunyoung and Hongseok Lee. (2023). Gender Representation in Police Organizations: Do Upper-level and Street-level Female Bureaucrats Differ in Their Roles? Governance. Online first doi: 10.1111/gove.12758. [Social Science Citation Index]
Pyo, Sunyoung. (2022). Does an Increased Share of Black Police Officers Decrease Racial Discrimination in Law Enforcement? Urban Affairs Review. Online first. [Social Science Citation Index]
Pyo, Sunyoung. (2022). Understanding the Adoption and Implementation of Body-Worn Cameras among U.S. Local Police Departments. Urban Affairs Review 58(1): 258-289 [Social Science Citation Index]
Pyo, Sunyoung. (2021). Do Body-Worn Cameras Change Law Enforcement Arrest Behavior? A National Study of Local Police Departments. The American Review of Public Administration 51(3). 184-198 [Social Science Citation Index]
Pyo, Sunyoung. (2020). Contingency Factors Explaining Policy Adoption: Body-Worn Camera Policy Across U.S. States. Policy Sciences 53(3): 413-435. [Social Science Citation Index]
Gasco, Mila, Erika G. Martin, Luigi Reggi, Sunyoung Pyo, and Luis F. Luna-Reyes. (2018). Promoting the Use of Open Government Data: Cases of Training and Engagement. Government Information Quarterly 35(2): 233-242. [Social Science Citation Index]
Pyo, Sunyoung. Symbolic effect of representative bureaucracy in policing: A replication of experimental study in a Korean context (under review)
Martin, Erika G., Sunyoung Pyo, Mila Gasco-Hernandez, Luis F. Luna-Reyes. Using open data in the classroom for public affairs education: decision-making with hip replacements and food safety. (working paper)
Pyo, Sunyoung and Hongseok Lee. Ensuring Gender Representation and Law Enforcement: The Case of Female Police Officers in South Korea. (Working paper)
COMMENTARIES IN JOURNALS BLOGS
Pyo, Sunyoung, Luigi Reggi, and Erika G. Martin. The potential role of open data in mitigating the covid-19 pandemic: Challenges and opportunities. (November 2, 2020). Health Affairs Blog.
PUBLICATIONS (IN KOREAN)
Pyo, Sunyoung, Seeun Hong, and Je Young, Jung. (2022). A Study of Job Competency of Dialogue Police in Korea. Police Journal 22(2): 29-66.
Pyo, Sunyoung. (2021). Gender and representative bureaucracy: The analysis of appeal reviews about the cases filed against a disciplinary disposition for public officials’ sexual harassment. Korean Society and Public Administration 32(3): 171-202.
Pyo, Sunyoung. (2021). Police officers’ perceptions of body-worn cameras in Korean Police Force. The Korean Association of Police Science Review. Forthcoming
Yeom, Yun-Ho, Sunyoung Pyo, Hakkyong Kim, and Jeyong Jung. (2021). Analysis on effectiveness of Korean dialogue police: Application of an odds ratio model and a difference-in-difference model. The Korean Association of Police Science Review 23(1): 255-284.
Pyo, Sunyoung. (2020) Do distributive and procedural justice perceptions matter for public employees? Evaluating the role of the occupational status and organizational culture. Korean Public Administration Quarterly 32(3): 611-642.
Pyo, Sunyoung, and Jeyong Jung. (2020). A Study on Body-Worn Camera Implementation: Focusing on the Body-Worn Camera Policies in the U.S. Local Police Departments. Police Science Studies 34(3): 199-243.
Jung, Jeyong, and Sunyoung Pyo. (2020). A Study on the Suitability of Big Data Policing for Public Safety. Korean Police Studies 19(2): 115-132.
Pyo, Sunyoung. (2013). A Study on the Effects of Organizational Culture and Job Characteristic on Public Service Motivation in the Police. The Journal of Police Science 13(2): 191-216.