Heewon Lee

Heewon Lee

Asst Professor

Professional Summary

Dr. Heewon Lee studies the management of collaborative governance for the successful transition to sustainable and smart cities. Her research investigates the institutional and organizational-level strategies of federal and local governments for effective collaborative governance with non-governmental actors in the sustainability policy arena. Her second area of research focuses on digital governance to address urban public service delivery problems and explore the drivers of citizen engagement using technology. Her work has been published in Governance, Public Administration, Public Performance & Management Review, and the International Journal of Public Administration.


Ph.D.: Florida State University 2022 (Public Administration and Policy)

M.P.A.: Seoul National University (Public Administration)

B.A.: Korea University (Economics)


Peer Reviewed Publications

Lee H.; Han A.; Lee K.H. (2023. ) Financial Sustainability of Hospitals and Equity in Healthcare Access: Using the Social Resource-Based View.Public Performance and Management Review, , More Information

Liu Y.; Lee H.; Berry F. (2023. ) How and When Democratic Values Matter: Challenging the Effectiveness-Centric Framework in Program Evaluation.Public Performance and Management Review, , More Information

Lee H. (2023. ) Strategic types, implementation, and capabilities: Sustainability policies of local governments.Public Administration, , More Information

Lee H. (2022. ) Collaborative governance platforms and outcomes: An analysis of Clean Cities coalitions.Governance, , 36 (3 ) ,805-825 More Information

Lee H. (2022. ) Public Service Delivery on Mobile Apps: Factors of Diversification and Coproduction.International Journal of Public Administration, , More Information

Book Chapter

Lee H. (2021 ) Functional collective action dilemma and collaborative management Handbook of Collaborative Public Management .(pp. 268).Edward Elgar Publishing

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