The Shape of Public Governance in Taiwan: Penetrating the Boundary between Public Management and Public Policy

Jun Yi Hsieh


Despite a wealth of research on public governance and development of public administration in East Asian countries, there have been few studies of public governance in Taiwan. The articles in this symposium are empirical cases of public governance in Taiwan, in the intersection between public management and policy, covering both the central and local governments, and including both qualitative and quantitative methods, with research designs that use data that are cross-sectional, longitudinal and panel analysis. The substantive topics examined include open governance, public service motivation, management innovation, civil resistance, policy streams, and public human research management. Each paper concludes with policy and management implications.

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Chinese Public Administration Review (ISSN 1539-6754, Online ISSN 2573-1483)  is published by the Institute for Public Service at Suffolk University - Boston.