Dr. Joon Kim's teaching and research interests include: e-government/information technology; public management; policy analysis; nonprofit management; research methods; and public budgeting and finance. His current research focuses on the role of community groups in e-government and e-democracy; the social impact of information technology on citizen interaction and collaborative governance; and the multilevel analysis on civic and political participation.
Moon-Heum Cho and B. Joon Kim (Forthcoming). "Students' Self-Regulation for Interactions with Others in Online Learning Environments." The Internet and Higher Education.
Koichiro Otani, B. Joon Kim, and Jeong-il Cho (2012). "Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) in Higher Education: How to Use SET More Effectively and Efficiently in Public Affairs Education." Journal of Public Affairs Education, 18(3), pp. 531-544.
Koichiro Otani, B. Joon Kim, Brian Wateman, Sarah Boslaugh, W. Dean Klinkenberg, and W. Claiborne Dunagan (2012). "Patient Satisfaction and Organizational Impact: A Hierarchical Linear Modeling Approach." Health Marketing Quarterly, 29(3), pp. 256-269.
B. Joon Kim and Savannah Robinson (2012). "Social Media and Web 2.0 for Rethinking E-government Maturity Models." In Public Service, Governance and Web 2.0 Technologies: Future Trends in Social Media, edited by Ed Downey and Matt Jones, pp. 250-265, Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
B. Joon Kim, Andrea Kavanaugh, and Karen Hult (2011). "Civic Engagement and Internet Use in Local Governance: Hierarchical Linear Models for Understanding the Role of Local Community Groups." Administration & Society, 43(7), pp. 807-835.
B. Joon Kim and Farida Adam (2011). "Social Media, Social Design and Social Construction: Dialectic Approach for the Use of Social Media in the Public Sector." The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, 7(3), pp. 65-78.
Andrea Kavanaugh, Steven Sheetz, Francis Quek, and B. Joon Kim (2011). "Cell Phone Use with Social Ties during Crises: The Case of the Virginia Tech Tragedy." International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, 3(2), pp. 18-32.
B. Joon Kim (2010). "Democratic Governance and Discursive Democracy." The Global Studies Journal, 3(2), pp. 117-130.
Steven Sheetz, Andrea Kavanaugh, Francis Quek, B. Joon Kim, and Szu-Chia Lu. (2010). "Expectation of Connectedness and Cell Phone Use in Crisis." International Journal of Emergency Management, 7(2), pp. 124-136.
Andrea Kavanaugh, Than T. Zin, Joseph Schmitz, Mary B. Rosson, B. Joon Kim, and John M. Carroll (2009). "Local Groups Online: Political Learning and Participation." In Learning in Communities: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Human Centered Information Technology, edited by John M. Carroll, pp. 55-73, London, UK: Springer.
Andrea Kavanaugh, B. Joon Kim, Manuel Pérez-Quiñones, Joseph Schmitz, and Philip Isenhour. (2008). "Net Gains in Political Participation: Secondary Effects of Internet on Community." Information, Communication and Society, 11(7), pp. 933-963.
B. Joon Kim, Andrea Kavanaugh, and Karen Hult. (2007). "Local Community Groups and Internet Use: Examining Contents of Local Community Groups' Websites." The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge, and Society, 2(7), pp. 207-222.
B. Joon Kim, Lei Zheng, and Dax Jacobson. (2008). "A Report on the 2007 iGov Research Institute: Overcoming Four Dimensions of Language Barriers." ACM International Conference Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o. 2008), Montreal, Canada, pp. 419-420.
B. Joon Kim, Andrea Kavanaugh, and Manuel Pérez-Quiñones. (2007). "Toward a Model of Political Participation among Young Adults: The Role of Local Groups and ICT Use." ACM International Conference Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV 2007), Macao, China, pp. 205-212.