Myung Hun Jin
Myung Hun Jin
Associate Professor of Public Administration and Policy, Virginia Commonwealth University
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Understanding employee engagement in the public sector: The role of immediate supervisor, perceived organizational support, and learning opportunities
MH Jin, B McDonald
The American Review of Public Administration 47 (8), 881-897, 2017
Person–organization fit and turnover intention: Exploring the mediating role of employee followership and job satisfaction through conservation of resources theory
MH Jin, B McDonald, J Park
Review of Public Personnel Administration 38 (2), 167-192, 2018
Consequences of work-related emotions: Analysis of a cross-section of public service workers
CW Hsieh, MH Jin, ME Guy
The American Review of Public Administration 42 (1), 39-53, 2012
Does leadership matter in diversity management? Assessing the relative impact of diversity policy and inclusive leadership in the public sector
M Jin, J Lee, MY Lee
Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 2016
Does public service motivation matter in public higher education? Testing the theories of person–organization fit and organizational commitment through a serial multiple …
MH Jin, B McDonald, J Park
The American Review of Public Administration 48 (1), 82-97, 2018
Followership and job satisfaction in the public sector: The moderating role of perceived supervisor support and performance-oriented culture
M Jin, B McDonald, J Park
International Journal of Public Sector Management, 2016
How emotional labor influences worker pride, job satisfaction, and burnout: An examination of consumer complaint workers
MH Jin, ME Guy
Public Performance & Management Review 33 (1), 88-105, 2009
Public service motivation: A cross-country study
M Jin
International Journal of Public Administration 36 (5), 331-343, 2013
The effects of autonomy, experience, and person-organization fit on job satisfaction: the case of public sector
MH Jin, MY Lee
The international journal of social sciences 6 (1), 18-44, 2012
Does social capital promote pro-environmental behaviors? Implications for collaborative governance
M Jin
International Journal of Public Administration 36 (6), 397-407, 2013
Research Articles• Sexual Minority and Employee Engagement: Implications for Job Satisfaction–pages 3-14
MH Jin, J Park
Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs, 2016
Linking environmental citizenship and civic engagement to public trust and environmental sacrifice in the Asian context
MH Jin, AJ Shriar
Environmental policy and governance 23 (4), 259-273, 2013
Making Public Service Motivation count for Increasing Organizational Fit: The Role of Followership Behavior and Leader Support as a Causal Mechanism
M Jin, B McDonald, J Park, T Yu Kang Yang
International Review of Administrative Sciences, 2017
Exploring the Relationship Between Social Capital and Individuals' Policy Preferences for Environmental Protection: A Multinomial Logistic Regression Analysis
MH Jin, AJ Shriar
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 15 (3), 427-446, 2013
Citizen participation, trust, and literacy on government legitimacy: the case of environmental governance
M Jin
Journal of Social Change 5 (1), 2, 2013
Toward understanding the dynamic relationship between team and task shared mental models as determinants of team and individual performances
M Lee, T Johnson, MH Jin
International journal of information technology and business management 8 (1 …, 2012
Emotional labor in public service work
M Jin
Emotion work in the public sector: a focus on the essence of public service
MH Jin, J Park, HU Bak
International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management 2 (3), 221-236, 2015
Comparing Employed and Unemployed Workers' Job Motivations for Sector Choice in East Asia: Does Employment Status Matter?
M Jin
International Journal of Public Administration 36 (5), 305-319, 2013
Unpacking the Transformational Leadership-Innovative Work Behavior Relationship: The Mediating Role of Psychological Capital
HU Bak, MH Jin, BD McDonald III
Public Performance & Management Review 45 (1), 80-105, 2022
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