Dr. Yeo’s research focuses on management and policy issues in times of crisis, particularly related to collective action and co-production among government, nonprofits, and civil society, as well as on accountability, ethics, leadership, and DEI and their impact on public service provision. She teaches graduate-level core courses in public administration and emergency and crisis management programs.
As of August 2022, Dr. Yeo has published 26 peer-reviewed articles in high-ranked journals, and eight other research publications (book chapters, research reports, & encyclopedia entries) in her research fields.
Dr. Yeo serves as an associate editor of Natural Hazards Review and Informatization Policy. She also serves on the editorial board of three journals: International Journal of Public Sector Management, International Journal of Policy Studies, and Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia. She has guest edited special issues in Public integrity (Asian Inclusion in DEI discourse in Public Administration) and the International Journal of Policy Studies (COVID-19 policies). She has been an Executive Board Member of ASPA’s Sections on International Comparative Administration and Emergency and Crisis Management.
Ph.D. in Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh