윤성식 (Sung Sig Yoon)
- Phone Number
- Research Areas
- Budgeting, Accounting, Auditing, Governmental reform, Cultural policy
- Room 306, College of Political Science and Economics
- Ph.D. in Business Administration, University of California, Berkeley
• B.A. in Public Administration, Korea University • B.A. in Economics, Ohio State University-Columbus • Master of Accounting Science, University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign • Ph.D. in Business Administration, University of California-Berkeley • M.A. in Buddhist Studies, Dongguk University • Ph.D. in Buddhist Studies, Dongguk University
Professional Experience and Awards
• (Former) Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Business, University of Texas-Austin • (Former) Chairman of Presidential Committee on Government Innovation and Decentralization • Chairman of Congressional Ethics Committee • A.I.C.P.A.
• Budgeting, Accounting, Auditing, Governmental reform, Cultural policy
<Books(in Korean)> • Cultural Policy and Management, Kim Minju & Sungsig Yoon, Pakyoungsa, 2016 • Buddhist Capitalism – An Alternative to Market Capitalism, Sungsig Yoon, Korea University Press, Feb 2011. • Budgeting and Financial Management, Kiwan Ju & Sungsig Yoon, Bobmunsa, 2012. • Buddhist Capitalism – An Alternative to Market Capitalism, Sungsig Yoon, Korea University Press, 2011. • Budgeting Theory, Sungsig Yoon, Nanam Publishing House, 2003. • Visions and Strategies of Governmental Reforms, Sungsig Yoon, Open Books, 2002. • Theory of Public Enterprise, Sungsig Yoon, Pakyoungsa, 1994.
<Articles> • A Study on Report of the National Debt: Focusing on the Accounting and Reporting Entities, Jeonghwa Pak, Woong Heo and Sungsig Yoon, A Study on Korean Public Administration, Vol. 25 No. 2, pp.1-20. • Buddhist Perspective on Government’s Role, Volume 73, Feb 2015, Korean Association for Buddhist Studies, pp.383-415. • A Study of Dependent Co-arising Capitalism As a Buddhist Capitalism, Journal of Korean Seon Studies, The Korean Society for Seon Studies, Vol. 28, 2011(April), pp.1-38. • A Study on the Principles of Buddhist Economic Ethics, The Journal of Korean Association for Buddhist Studies, Vol. 58, November, 2010, pp.281-314. • Lessons from Recent Budget Reforms in Western Countries: Agency Theory Perspective, Korean Public Administration Review, Vol 31, No. 2 (summer 1997), pp. 111-123. • Auditor Independence and Optimal Number of Auditors: From the Perspectives of Agency and Game Theory, Korean Public Administration Review, Vol. 28 No. 3 (Autumn, 1994), pp. 753-768. • Designing of Budget and Accounting Information System: Necessary Condition for Measurement of Efficiency, Korean Public Administration Review, Vol. 27 No. 4 (Winter, 1993), pp. 1019-1031. • . Economic Theory of Agency and Organizational Efficiency, Korean Public Administration Review, Vol. 27 No. 2 (Summer, 1993), pp. 459-470. • Efficient Government and Democracy, Korean Public Administration Review, Vol. 26 No. 4 (Winter, 1992), pp. 1129-1143. • The Auditor's off-Equilibrium Behaviors, Auditing : A journal of Practice and Theory. Volume 9 Supplement (1990), pp. 253-284. • The Effect of Auditing on Moral Hazard and information Asymmetries. University of California-Berkeley, 1987.