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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)



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.




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.

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