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This article analyzes the origin and subsequent institutionalization of governmental reforms in Taiwan during the 1950s and 1960s. It argues that such reforms helped strengthen the administrative accountability as well as the governing capacity of the Kuomintang regime during its authoritarian rule. A number of factors had contributed to this process. First and foremost was the role played by US aid and its conditionality. It served as a source of administrative innovation and external checks.doi:10.4324/9780203091647 fatcat:hdrgthubwrfihpiinbspl4yxm4