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Elections, Checks And Balances, And Government Expenditures: Empirical Evidence For Japan, South Korea, And Taiwan

Yuan-Hong Ho, Chiung-Ju Huang
2012 Zenodo  
Based on the results, we find no evidence of electoral impacts on the public expenditures in South Korean and Taiwan's congressional elections.  ...  However, empirical results show that the legislature veto player in Taiwan neither has effect on the reduction of public expenditures, nor has the moderating effect over Taiwan-s political budget cycles  ...  Seemingly unrelated regression is one of the econometric developments that have found considerable use in the analysis of panel data.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1078747 fatcat:wshkxunktzd6bgyk4db5gvrew4

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

Jun Yi Hsieh
2019 Chinese Public Administration Review  
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  ...  THE DEVELOPMENT OF PUBLIC GOVERNANCE IN TAIWAN There are three primary topics in the development of public governance in Taiwan: (1) maintaining a stable civil service system; (2) using public management  ... 
doi:10.22140/cpar.v10i1.189 fatcat:qs2eyoy6szgmfnexvaho3psudq

The Evolving Party System in Taiwan, 1995-2004

Ching-hsin Yu
2005 Journal of Asian and African Studies  
Longitudinal data sets from the Election Study Center of the National Chengchi University are used to examine the effects of different sociological backgrounds on voters' partisan support.  ...  Finally, based on the distribution of the social bases of major political parties, this article will address the prospects for continued democratic consolidation in Taiwan.  ...  Compared to other third wave democracies, elections in Taiwan have been rela tively fair and open.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0021909605052947 fatcat:2j2hzhj2xzbkhgcpnwsvi3hmqe

Change the face of software engineering education: A field report from Taiwan

Jonathan Lee, Yu Chin Cheng
2011 Information and Software Technology  
Objective: The Software Engineering Consortium (SEC) of Taiwan sets its objective to increase the number of college graduates that are better prepared for filling software development and maintenance jobs  ...  Context: In Taiwan, the supply of software engineers provided by universities has suffered from both a quantity problem and a quality problem.  ...  Data are collected from the web site of courses offering listing from all the universities in Taiwan hosted by National Taiwan Normal University.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infsof.2010.08.005 fatcat:sz44k6ynofayxbeoqjwcwmiuee

Confronting the Costs of its Past Success: Revisiting Taiwan's Post-authoritarian Political and Economic Development

Cal Clark, Alexander C. Tan, Karl Ho
2018 Asian politics & policy  
In the early 1990s, Taiwan could be regarded as a success story and a model for developing nations.  ...  In particular, what worked to promote successful economic and political development at one point later became counterproductive in the changed circumstances created by the country's rapid developmental  ...  competitive in its current labor-intensive industries and promoting development through the export of these products.  ... 
doi:10.1111/aspp.12400 fatcat:k65hspvnajcg5aqed33agq7qpm

Localisation in the 2004 Presidential Election Campaign in Taiwan

Benson Wai Kwok Wong
2004 China Perspectives  
This article uses symbols, colours, gestures or slogans photographed during the electoral campaign in Taipei to present an iconographic review of the 2004 presidential election in Taiwan.  ...  Icons, symbols and slogans provide the raw data for analysis and interpretation-an approach useful in the study of both individual and collective behaviour.  ...  This observation, in turn, is supported by the defeat of the same political experiment currently practiced in Hong Kong (in particular by the rejection of the weak and docile Chief Executive and his ruling  ... 
doi:10.4000/chinaperspectives.415 fatcat:mendgyy55jeorj3wkdeqykwzde

Taiwan's Economic Security in the Context of Cross-Strait Interdependence

Ewa Trojnar
2018 Teka Komisji Politologii i Stosunków Międzynarodowych  
Statistical data for Taiwan was collected from its official governmental sources: trade data from the Directorate General of the Customs Administration and the Ministry of Finance and investment data from  ...  , increased anti-Chinese social sentiments in Taiwan, and the victory of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in the 2016 elections.  ... 
doi:10.17951/teka.2016.11.1.139 fatcat:eox4cflz5vgqzn4dqddc3zz6ui

An Analysis of the New Curriculum of Taiwan's High Schools Integrated with the International Education Curriculum

Fangjun Song, Haiqing Lin, Yijia Lin
2022 Innovative Computing Information and Control Express Letters, Part B: Applications  
The new syllabus for high schools in Taiwan was formally implemented in 2019. The concept and goal of the new syllabus is "core competence" as the main axis.  ...  General Elective Courses (Language), like School-Developed Required General Courses cannot highlight the characteristics of the new syllabus of international education but can be regarded as laying a foundation  ...  The "E3" data show that the international education courses of each school are rich in the General Elective Courses (History, Culture and Economy).  ... 
doi:10.24507/icicelb.13.01.57 fatcat:kgazedhkcnbbffcduihlzikryy

Pre-emigration Socialization, Transnational Ties, and Political Participation Across the Pacific: A Comparison Among Immigrants from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong

Pei-te Lien
2010 Journal of East Asian Studies  
Using data from the 2007 Chinese American Homeland Politics survey, I focus on the experiences of US immigrants of Chinese descent from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong to test these hypotheses.  ...  toward homeland government and policies they develop after the crossing; and this, in turn, may affect how much they participate in politics on both sides of the Pacific.  ...  The differences among immigrants from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong may be attributed to variations in the degree of political openness and economic development across these places of socialization.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1598240800003696 fatcat:b7qo5tchmrgd7p6gpektc7tnuq

Accounting for Taiwan's economic policy toward China

Szu‐Yin Ho, Tse‐Kang Leng *
2004 Journal of Contemporary China  
Being elected with 54% of the total votes as the first native president in the first popular presidential election in Taiwan, Lee had garnered a high degree of legitimacy.  ...  While this 'developmental state' image was tarnished in the wake of the 1997 Asian financial crisis, Taiwan's economic developmental model still retained some luster, as Taiwan escaped the financial turmoil  ... 
doi:10.1080/1067056042000281468 fatcat:s5bdbag3zbgmlg6ond6ec6xgd4

'The double identity' of Taiwanese Chinese: A dilemma of politics and culture rooted in history

Li-Li Huang, James H. Liu, Maanling Chang
2004 Asian Journal of Social Psychology  
Both groups shared similar representations of the history of Taiwan, but evaluations of leaders followed patterns of in-group favoritism.  ...  Taiwanese and Chinese identities were mutually compatible in cultural domains, and mediated the effect of demographic group.  ...  There is also a 2% minority of non-Chinese aboriginals in Taiwan.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-839x.2004.00141.x fatcat:rocz5jsagjccdeifwdz3g4qrzm

The historical institutionalism analysis of Taiwan's administrative reform

Mei-Chiang Shih, Milan Tung-Wen Sun, Guang-Xu Wang
2012 International Review of Administrative Sciences  
the end of the current phase of administrative reform.  ...  This article examines the trajectory of administrative reform in Taiwan from 1949 to 2010, the latter being the year when the Organizational Act of the Executive Yuan was passed, which symbolically represents  ...  Outcome of institutional development (after 2008) The KMT's victories in the congressional and presidential elections in 2008 indicated the opening of another policy window for the administrative reform  ... 
doi:10.1177/0020852312438523 fatcat:we2ojoyi3rgn3bbf6bifkhzdby

Study on ICT Industrial Integration in New Industrial Revolution: A Survey of Chinese Mainland and Taiwan

Shih-Feng Tsai, Xiao Ke Zhou
2015 International Journal of Business and Management  
It is better for improvement of welfare to the people on both sides of Taiwan straits.  ...  regional economic integration, and the changes of Taiwan political situation.  ...  may recur in 2016 Taiwan leadership election.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v11n1p95 fatcat:l4yugtssn5g3pbnej3r3jmbt5m

The Cognition of Civil Servants and Citizens Concerning Policy Resource Allocation in Kaohsiung City in Taiwan

Yu-tien Huang, Ming-shen Wang
2014 Social Science Research Network  
Source of data: Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics, Executive Yuan in Taiwan * Merging of city and county When the Kuomintang (KMT) retreated to Taiwan in 1949, most military officers  ...  and social elites who moved with the central government gathered in Northern Taiwan, and in the pursuit of economic development, Southern Taiwan, where the major economic activity was agriculture  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2496081 fatcat:ufyp7awrqzeadp3kgtl4wh5bj4

How did Taiwan's Critical Election Changed China's Taiwan Policy in the Early 2000s: A Modified Two-Level Game Analysis

Do Young Gong, Eunbong Choi
2019 The Korean Journal of International Studies  
In order to expand the possibility of consensus with Taiwan instead of using military threat, China expanded its win-set first and then interacted both with Taiwanese politicians from the Pan-blue camp  ...  This study explores how Taiwanese domestic politics in the 1990s influenced China's Taiwan policy in the early 2000s.  ...  Strait with developing democratic politics and free economic systems, and does not hinder the development of foreign relations under One-China precondition, we will completely open academic, cultural,  ... 
doi:10.14731/kjis.2019. fatcat:fuj7djqc75gqfjcghax4haumiu
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