Do Han Kim
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Delinquent girls grown up: Young adult offending patterns and their relation to early legal, individual, and family risk
RA Colman, S Mitchell-Herzfeld, TA Shady
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 38 (3), 355, 2009
652009
Too much Emphasis on Research? An Empirical Examination of the Relationship Between Research and Teaching in Multitasking Environments
HJ Pak, DH Kim
Research in Higher Education 56 (8), 843-860, 2015
502015
From delinquency to the perpetration of child maltreatment: Examining the early adult criminal justice and child welfare involvement of youth released from juvenile justice …
RA Colman, S Mitchell-Herzfeld, TA Shady
Children and Youth Services Review 32 (10), 1410-1417, 2010
302010
Curbing cream-skimming: Evidence on enrolment incentives
P Courty, G Marschke
Labour Economics 18 (5), 643-655, 2011
232011
How do scientists respond to performance-based incentives? Evidence from South Korea
DH Kim, HJ Pak
International Public Management Journal 19 (1), 31-52, 2016
172016
Incentivizing research collaboration using performance-based reward systems
DH Kim, HJ Bak
Science and Public Policy, 2017
42017
Identifying and Explaining Different Poverty Trajectories Using a Group‐based Trajectory Analysis–A Case Study of South Korea
DH Kim, DM Shin
Social Policy & Administration 48 (7), 826-847, 2014
32014
The unintended consequences of performance-based incentives on inequality in scientists’ research performance
HJ Bak, DH Kim
Science and Public Policy 46 (2), 219-231, 2019
22019
Reconciliation Between Monetary Incentives and Motivation Crowding-Out: The Influence of Perceptions of Incentives on Research Performance
DH Kim, HJ Bak
Public Performance & Management Review, 1-26, 2020
2020
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