Dr. CHILIK YU

Chilik Yu

Professor
Ext.:63470
E-Mail:cyu@mail.shu.edu.tw

Education回到頂端
  • Doctor of Public Administration, University of Georgia (1996)
  • Master of Public Administration, University of North Texas (1987)
  • Bachelor of Political Science, Tunghai University (1981)
Expertise回到頂端
  • Public Policy
  • Public Administration
  • Public Management
  • Integrity and Governance
Professional Experience回到頂端
  • Chair, Advisory Council of Transparency International’s Chapter in Taiwan, 2012.1-
  • Vice President, Shih Hsin University, 2008.8-
  • Dean, Office of Research and Development, Shih Hsin University, 2006.8-
  • Professor, Department of Public Policy and Management, Shih Hsin University, 2002.1-
  • Chair, Transparency International’s Chapter in Taiwan, 2010.5-2011.12
  • Chair, Taiwanese Political Science Association, 2008.8-2010.12
  • Executive Director, Transparency International’s Chapter in Taiwan, 2003.1-2010.5
  • Chair, Department of Public Policy and Management, Shih Hsin University, 2000.8-2006.7
  • Associate Professor, Department of Public Policy and Management, Shih Hsin University, 1996.8-2001.12
Selected English Publications回到頂端
  1. Ko, Ernie Chuan-yu, Yu-Chang Su, and Chilik Yu, 2015. “Sibling Rivalry among Anti-Corruption Agencies in Taiwan: Is Redundancy Doomed to Fail?” Asian Education and Development Studies, 4(1): 101-124.
  2. Yu, Chilik, Kuo, Yu-Ying, 2015. “Policy Analysis in a Time of Turbulence.” In Kuo, Yu-Ying, ed.,Policy Analysis in Taiwan. POLICY PRESS. Chapter 1: 1-21.
  3. Lin, Min-Wei, and Chilik Yu. 2014. “Can Corruption Be Measured? Global versus Local Perceptions of Corruption in East and Southeast Asia.” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 16(2): 140-157.
  4. Su, Yu-Chang, Chilik Yu, Min-Wei Lin & Ling-Chun Hung. 2013. “An Assessment of Recent Authors and Authorship Patterns in Taiwan’s Public Administration Research.” International Journal of Public Administration, 36(2): 84-97.
  5. Yu, Chilik, Chun-Ming Chen, and Min-Wei Lin. 2013. “Corruption Perception in Taiwan: Reflections upon a Bottom-up Citizen Perspective.” Journal of Contemporary China, 22(79): 56-76.
  6. Hung, Ling-Chun, Chilik Yu, Min-Wei Lin, and Yu-Chang Su. 2012.“Assessing Public Policy Research in Taiwan: An Analysis of Journal Publications, 1996-2007.”Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 14(5): 431-448.
  7. Yu, Chilik, Chun-Ming Chen, Lung-Teng Hu and Wen-Jong Juang. 2009. “Evolving Perceptions of Government Integrity and Changing Anticorruption Measures in Taiwan.” In Gong, T. & Stephen K. Ma, eds., Preventing Corruption in Asia: Institutional Design and Policy Capacity, Chapter 12: 189-205.
  8. Yu, Chilik, Chun-Ming Chen, Wen-Jong Juang, and Lung-Teng Hu. 2008. “Does Democracy Breed Integrity? Corruption in Taiwan during the Democratic Transformation Period.” Crime, Law and Social Change, 49(3): 167-184.
  9. Yu, Chilik. 2007. “Reinventing Government in Taiwan: Public Opinion Research Findings.” In Gerald E. Caiden and Tsai-Tsu Su, eds., The Repositioning of Public Governance: Global Experience and Challenges,Chapter 12: 347-368.
  10. Yu, Chilik. 2005. “A Three-World Model of Political Communication: Public Opinion, Elite Opinion and Public Policy in Taiwan, 1996-2000.” The Chinese Public Administration Review, 15(1): 29-54.
  11. Huang, Tong-Yi, Don-Yun Chen and Chilik Yu. 2005. “The Political Attitudes of Public Managers in Taiwan.” Chinese Public Administration Review, 14(2): 1-32.
  12. Huang, Chaomeng James, and Chilik Yu. 2002. “Management Competency of the Senior Public Executives in Taiwan.” Chinese Public Administration Review, 1(2): 1-12.
  13. Yu, Chilik. 2000. “Variation in the Use of Program Evaluation in Public Budgeting: The Impact of Evaluation Quality and Budgetary Role.” Open Public Administration Review, 10: 69-96.
  14. Yu, Chilik. 2000. “The Use of Program Evaluation in Public Budgeting: Evidence from the 1993 Georgia Budget Reform.” Chinese Journal of Administration, 67: 65-92.
  15. Yu, Chilik, Laurence J. O’Toole Jr., James Cooley, Gail Cowie, Susan Crow, and Stephanie Herbert. 1998. “Policy Instruments for Reducing Toxic Releases: The Effectiveness of State Information and Enforcement Actions.” Evaluation Review, 22(5): 571-89.
  16. O’Toole, Laurence J. Jr., Chilik Yu, James Cooley, Gail Cowie, Susan Crow, Terry DeMeo, and Stephanie Herbert. 1997. “Reducing Toxic Chemical Releases and Transfers: Explaining Outcomes for a Voluntary Program.” Policy Studies Journal, 25(1): 11-26.
  17. Yu, Chilik. 1997.“Policy Debates on Current Operations of State Lotteries in the U.S.”Chinese Journal of Administration, 61: 49-71.
  18. Brudney, Jeffrey L., Teresa G. Love, and Chilik Yu. 1993/1994. “The Association for Volunteer Administration and Professionalization of the Field: Suggestions from a Survey of the Membership.”The Journal of Volunteer Administration, (Fall/Winter): 1-22.
  19. Bland, Robert L. and Chilik Yu. 1989.“ Acquiring and Repaying Debt.”In James Perry, ed.,Handbook of Public Administration, Chapter 12: 337-355.
  20. Bland, Robert L. and Chilik Yu. 1988. “State Credit Assistance for Public School Debt: A Comparison of the Cost-Effectiveness of Five State Programs.” Journal of Education Finance, Spring: 460-476.
  21. Bland, Robert L. and Chilik Yu. 1987. “Municipal Bond Insurance: An Assessment of Its Effectiveness at Lowering Interest Cost.” Government Finance Review, June: 23-26.