Ph.D. in Urban Studies and Public Affairs, Cleveland State University, U.S.A
Public Health, Public Administration, Geographic Information System
Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
Ph. D. in Urban Studies and Public Affairs, December 2010
Spatial Analysis Concentration Dissertation Advisor: Dr. William Bowen Dissertation: The Association of Spatial Accessibility to Health Care Services with Health Utilization and Health Status among People With Disabilities
Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan Master of Public Administration, January, 2001
Organization Theory Concentration Thesis: The Dilemma and Transformation of Bureaucracy in Postmodern Society
Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan
Bachelor of Law in Public Administration, May 1996
Major in Public Administration
Geographic Information System
Selected English Publications
Hsin Chung Liao, “Defining Primary Care Shortage Areas in Ohio, USA”, presented at Taiwan Association for School of Public Administration and Affairs (TASPAA) Conference, Taipei Municipal University of Education, Taiwan. May, 2011.
Hsin Chung Liao, “Primary Care and Self-Rated Health in Ohio: a mixed level analysis”, presented at Spatially Integrated Humanities and Social Science Conference, Nanjing, China. Oct 17-19, 2010.
Hsin Chung Liao, “Spatial Accessibility to Healthcare Service for People with Disability”. presented at GIS in the Humanities and Social Sciences 2009 International Conference, Academia Sinica, Taiwan. Oct 7-9, 2009.
Hsin Chung Liao, “Spatial Accessibility to Free Healthcare Service and Health Outcome in Cuyahoga, Ohio”, presented at Taiwan Association for Schools of Public Administration and Affairs (TASPAA) Conference, Ton Hai University, Taiwan. May 22-23, 2008.
Hsin Chng Liao, “Spatial Accessibility to Hospital in Cuyahoga, Ohio”, In GIS and Public Administration, Dr. Sun, Milan Tung-Wen eds., 2007, Taiwan: Anglepedia.
Hsin Chung Liao and Mei Chiang Shih, “The Dilemma and Transformation of Bureaucracy in Postmodern Society”, The Chinese Public Administration Review, v 10, issue 1, 2001, p.215-249.