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Professor Milan Tung-Wen Sun (孫同文)

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Office Address:

Department of Public Policy and Administration, 

National Chi Nan University

1, University Road, Puli,

Nantou County, Taiwan

Telephone Number: (886)-(049)-2910960 ext. 2682

Fax Number: (886)-(049)-2915248

E-mail Address: twsun@ncnu.edu.tw

HIGHER EDUCATION

B. A. Department of Political Science              Soochow University, Taiwan (1981)

M. P. P. A.   Public Policy and Administration  University of Missouri-St. Louis (1985)

Ph.D.  Department of Political Science            Kent State University (1992)

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCES

Assistant Professor         Department of Government and Public Administration, Chinese University of Hong Kong (1992-1996)

Associate Professor        Department of Public Policy and Administration, National Chi-Nan University (1996-2003)

Professor                         Department of Public Policy and Administration, National Chi-Nan University (2003-present)

PUBLIC SERVICES

Executive Vice President    National Chi Nan University (2016-present)

Secretary    General Secretary Office,  National Chi Nan University (2012-present)

Committee Member Research and Development Committee    Examination Yuan (2011-present)

Commissioner Research, Development and Evaluation Commission    Executive Yuan (2011-2013)

Dean Office of Research and Development     National Chi Nan University (2007-2008)

Director Office of Cooperative and Continuing Education    National Chi Nan University (2005-2007)

Chair Department of Public Policy and Administration    National Chi Nan University (1998-2001)

PUBLICATION

Book

  1. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen, Clay G. Wescott and Lawrence R. Jones, eds. (2012) Trust and Governance Institutions: Asian Experiences, Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing Inc.
  2. Sun, Tung-Wen, Mao Cheng and Hung-Hwei Liu (eds). (2007). Public Administration and the Applications of GIS, Taipei: Angle Publication Company. (in Chinese)
  3. Ou, Hsin-Hung, Mei-Chiang Shih, Tung-Wen Sun & Chi-Dai Chun (eds). (2004). Intergovernmental Relations. Taiwan: National Open University Press. (in Chinese)
  4. Sun, Tung-Wen. (2003). From Authoritarian Government to Democratic Governance: The Transformation of Public Administration Theory and Practice in Taiwan. Taipei: Angle Publication Company. (in Chinese)
  5. Chao, Yun-Mao, Tung-Wen Sun & Ta-Shu Chiang (eds.). (2001). Intergovernmental Relations. Taipei: Angle Publication Company. (in Chinese)
  6. Wong, Timothy K.Y. & Tung-Wen Sun. (eds.). (1996). Conflicts and Solutions of Cross Taiwan Strait Relationships. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong. (in Chinese)
  7. Wong, Timothy K.Y. & Tung-Wen Sun. (eds.). (1996). Cross Taiwan Strait Relationships: Obstacles and Opportunities. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong. (in Chinese)

Journal Article

  1. Sun, Tung-Wen (2018) “A comment on “Public Service Motivation: Review, Reflection, and Reorientation”,” Journal of Public Administration, 54:127-138. (in Chinese)
  2. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen, Mei-Chiang Shih and Richard M. Walker (2014) “The Diffusion of the Bookstart Programme in Taiwan: Description, Concepts and Research Design,” Journal of Asian Public Policy, 7:2: 115-127.
  3. Keng-Ming Hsu and Milan Tung-Wen Sun (2014) “Policy diffusion and public service motivation: an exploratory study of the Bookstart programme in Taiwan,” Journal of Asian Public Policy, 7:2:179-190.
  4. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen and Jessica Yu-Wen Lin (2014) “Public Administration Research in Taiwan: A Content Analysis of Journal Articles (1990-2010),” American Review of Public Administration, 44:2:187–202.(SSCI)
  5. Sun, Tung-Wen and Keng-Ming Hsu (2014) “An empirical examination of the applicability of PSM scale in Taiwan,” Journal of Democracy and Governance, 1:1:33-52. (in Chinese)
  6. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen, Shih, Mei-Chiang, Hsu, Keng-Ming and Chen, Jenhei (2013) “Service Innovation and Policy Diffusion: An Exploratory Study of the Bookstart Program in Taiwan,” International Journal of Public Sector Management, 26:5:361-374.
  7. Chang, Ching-jui, Tung-wen Sun, Jui-kun Kuo and Yi-ching Shen (2013) “Collaborative Governance in Local Tourism Development: A Case in Nantou County,” Journal of Tourism and Leisure Studies, 19:2:105-128. (TSSCI)
  8. Wu, Xun, He, Yan-Ling and Sun, Milan Tung-Wen (2012) “Public Administration Research in Mainland China and Taiwan: An Assessment of Journal Publications, 1998-2008,” Public Administration, 91:2:261-280.(SSCI)
  9. Shih, Mei-Chiang, Milan Tung-Wen Sun and Guang-Xu Wang (2012) “The Historical Institutionalism Analysis of Taiwan’s Administrative Reform,” International Review of Administrative Science, 78:2:305-327. (SSCI)
  10. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen (2010) “A Content Analysis of Public Administration Research in Taiwan: Public Administration as Gardening,” Journal of Regional Studies and Development (Korea), 19:2: 33-66.
  11. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen, Yun-Tung Tsai, Mei-Chiang Shih and Jessica Yu-Wen Lin (2009) “Public Participation and the Concept of Space in Environmental Governance: An Application of PPGIS,” Public Administration and Development, 28: 250-261. (SSCI)
  12. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen (2007/2008) “The Implementation of Contracting Out in Taiwan’s Local Governments: An Application of Q Methodology,” Operant Subjectivity: The International Journal of Q Methodology, (October/July) 31:38-59.
  13. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen and Ta-Shu Chiang (2008) “The Transformation and Challenges of Local Governance in Taiwan: A Historical Perspective,” The Journal of Comparative Asian Development, 7:1:27-46.
  14. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen (2008) “Rhetoric or action? An assessment of the administrative reform in Taiwan,” Journal of Asian Public Policy, 1:1: 52-70.
  15. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen (2007) “A Preliminary Assessment of Public Management Reform in Taiwan's Local Government,” International Public Management Review (e Journal), 8:2:117-137.
  16. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen & Yu-Wen Lin. (2007). “The Multiple dimensions of Intergovernmental Relations,” Forum on Training and Development, 75: 10-15. (in Chinese)
  17. Yu, Kai-Lin & Milan Tung-Wen Sun. (2006). “Accountability in Public-Private Partnership: A Performance Evaluation of the Certification System of Organic Products in Taiwan,” The Third Sector, 6:35-65. (in Chinese)
  18. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen. (2005). “Globalization and Governance: The transformation of the role and function of Government,” National Elite, 1:4:1-15. (in Chinese)
  19. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen & Timothy K.Y. Wong. (2005). “Between Taiwanese National Identity and Chinese National Identity: A Q Methodological Supplement,” Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences, 29: 123-161.in Chinese
  20. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen & Mao Cheng. (2004). “The Sustainable Development in Managing Local Government: The Applications of Geographic Information System (GIS), The Chinese Public Administration Review, 13:2:101-134.in Chinese
  21. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen. (2002) “The Evolution of Administrative Reform in Taiwan: From Authoritarian Government to Democratic Governance,“ The Journal of Comparative Asian Development, 1: 1: 105-126.
  22. Sun, Tung-Wen (2002). “The Impacts of Globalization on the Intergovernmental Relations,” Research and Evaluation Bi-monthly, 26:4:89-99.in Chinese
  23. Timothy Ka-Ying Wong and Milan Tung-Wen Sun (2000) “Democratic Theorizing in Taiwan: A Reconstruction,” Democratization, 7:2(Summer): 90-112.
  24. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen. (1999). “Governing Capacity and Administrative Reform: The Hong Kong Experiences,” Chi-Nan University Journal, 3:1:237-262. (in Chinese)
  25. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen (1998). “A Review and Assessment of Public Administration Research in Taiwan,” Chi-Nan University Journal, 2:1:133-159. (in Chinese)
  26. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen (1998). “The Intellectual Activities and Purposes of Public Administration Research in Taiwan,” Theories and Policies, 12:2:96-108. (in Chinese)
  27. Timothy, Ka-Ying Wong and Milan Tung-Wen Sun (1998). "Dissolution and Reconstruction of National Identity: The Experience of Subjectivity in Taiwan," Nations and Nationalism, 4: 2: 247-272.
  28. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen. (1997). “The Relations between National Identity and Taiwan People’s Attitudes Toward Hong Kong and Macao,” Chinese Political Science Review, 29:113-139. (in Chinese)
  29. Sun, Tung-Wen and J.J. Gargan (1997). “In Search of Identity: Public Administration Education in Taiwan,” International Journal of Public Administration, 20: 7: 1411-1446.
  30. Sun, Tung-Wen and J.J. Gargan. (1996). “A Strategic Perspective on Public Administration Problems in Taiwan,” Asian Journal of Public Administration, Hong Kong: Department of Politics and Public Administration, Hong Kong University, 18:1:96-118.
  31. Wong, Timothy K.Y. and Tung-Wen Sun. (1996). “Dissolution and Reconstruction of National Identity: The Experience of Subjectivity in Taiwan,” Political Science Review, Taipei: National Taiwan University, 7:321-354. (in Chinese)
  32. Sun, Tung-Wen. (1995). “An Alternative Approach for Administrative Capacity-Building in Developing Countries,” Open Public Administration Review, 4:369-389.
  33. Sun, Tung-Wen and Timothy K.Y. Wong. (1995). “Priming: Candidate Platform in the 1994 Hong Kong District Board Election,” Journal of Electoral Studies, Taipei: National Chengchi University, 2:1:17-49. (in Chinese)
  34. Sun, Tung-Wen and P. Lian. (1995). “Gone with the Wind?: Legitimacy and Governor Patten’s Popularity in the Transition Period,” The Chinese Public Administration Review, 4:3:75-104.
  35. Rhoads, J.C. Jr. and Tung-Wen Sun. (1994). “Studying Authoritarianism: Toward An Alternative Methodology,” Southeastern Political Review, 22:1:159-170.
  36. Sun, Tung-Wen. (1994). “Hong Kong Public Administration in Transition: A Strategic Perspective,” Hong Kong Public Administration, 3:1:45-61.
  37. Sun, Tung-Wen. (1993). “Public Administration Theory and Practice Connection in Taiwan: An Empirical Study,” The Chinese Public Administration Review, 2:3:15-38.
  38. Sun, Tung-Wen and J.J. Gargan. (1993). “Determinants of Administrative Capacity: The Case of Taiwan,” International Review of Administrative Science, 59:277-290.
  39. Sun, Tung-Wen. (1992). “Indigenization of Public Administration Knowledge in Taiwan,” Asian Thought and Society, XVII:50:97-112.

Book Chapter & Occasional Paper

  1. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen (2012). “Governance Failures as Uncertainties: Risk Management in the Administrative Reform Era,” in Milan Tung-Wen Sun, Clay G. Wescott, and Lawrence R. Jones. (eds.) (2012) Trust and Governance Institutions: Asian Experiences. Charlotte, NC: IAP-Information Age Publishing, pp.231-244.
  2. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen (2008). “A Preliminary Assessment of Public Management Reform in Taiwan's Local Government,” in Bowornwathana, Bidhya and Clay Wescott (ed.) Comparative Governance Reform in Asia: Democracy, Corruption, and Government Trust, Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.135-154.
  3. Yu, Kai-Lin & Milan Tung-Wen Sun. (2007). “The Turmoil Between Governance and Regulation: The quest for Trustworthiness of the Certification System of Organic Products in Taiwan,” in Liou, Ya-Ron (ed.) Metropolitan Governance and Local Sustainable Development, Taipei County: Yang-Chih Books, pp.107-137. (in Chinese)
  4. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen (2005). “Globalization and Metropolitan Governance: An Assessment of the Future Developments of Taipei and Kaohsiung,” in Cheng, Chi-Ming and Hshu-Huei Lui (ed.) Globalization and Governance, Taipei: Weber Publisher, pp.49-87. (in Chinese)
  5. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen & Timothy Ka-Ying Wong. (2004). “Taiwan’s National Identity Revised: A Dialogue between R and Q,” Occasional Paper No. 142. Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  6. Sun, Tung-Wen (2002) “Why Voters Did Not Vote in the 2000 Legislative Council Elections?” in Timothy Ka-Ying Wong, Kuan Hsin-Chi and Lau Siu-kai. (eds.) Out of the Shadow of 1997: The 2000 Legislative Council Elections in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, pp.269-287.
  7. Sun, Tung-Wen (1999) “Party Identification Re-examined: Retrospective or Prospective Voting,” in Kuan Hsin-chi, Lau Siu-kai, Louie Kin-sheun, and Timothy Ka-ying Wong (eds.) Power Transfer & Electoral Politics: The First Legislative Election in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, pp.131-153.
  8. Sun, Tung-Wen & J.J. Gargan. (1999). “Are Public Administration Practitioners and Scholars Really Different?: A Q Study of the Theory and Practice Connections in Taiwan, Republic of China,” in Wong, Hoi-Kwok and Han Chen (ed.). Handbook of Comparative Public Administration in the Asian Pacific Basin, New York: Marcel Dekker, pp.141-161.
  9. Sun, Tung-Wen. (1996). “Mainland People’s Attitude Toward the Cross Taiwan Strait Relationships: A Preliminarily Analysis,“ in Wong, Timothy K.Y. & Tung-Wen Sun. (eds.). Conflicts and Solutions of Cross Taiwan Strait Relationships. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, pp. (in Chinese)
  10. Sun, Tung-Wen. (1996). “National Identity and the Development of Cross Taiwan Strait Relationships,“ in Wong, Timothy K.Y. & Tung-Wen Sun. (eds.). Cross Taiwan Strait Relationships: Obstacles and Opportunities. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, pp. (in Chinese)
  11. Sun, Tung-Wen. (1995). “Indigenization of Social Science Methodology in Hong Kong,“ Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asian-Pacific Studies, Occasional Paper No. 47, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

 

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