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B. Shine Cho

University of Nebraska - Omaha
B. Shine Cho is a doctoral candidate and instructor at School of Public Administration, University of Nebraska at Omaha. He is expecting to graduate in May 2016.

His specialty is in public budgeting & finance and urban management. His dissertation, titled "A Study of Budget Reform based on Organizational Theories - Focusing on the City of Lincoln, NE", begins by questioning which organizational factors bring about successful implementation of reformed budget. This study consider budgeting reform as a large-scale, planned, administrative change, and investigating the role of the budget office in budget reform process. Its finding is expected to contribute the development of budgeting theory and more successful budget reform implementation in principal cities in the United States.

In addition, his recent works developed on the class term papers dealt with 1) the meaning of sustainability in public budgeting, 2) the change of management strategy (from direct government to collaborative governance) for government-sponsored festivals, 3) the reason of early resignations of elected local government officials in South Korea, and 4) the influence of urban renewal and gentrification on the social capital.