Yi-Jung Wu

Yi-Jung Wu
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. in Educational Administration and Policy Studies, University at Albany, State University of New York Public Policy, Organizational Theory and Behavior, Inter-agency/governmental relationships, education and welfare policy
Ext.: 63476
Email:yijungwu@mail.shu.edu.tw
Education
  • (University at Albany, State University of New York)
    • PhD in Educational Administration and Policy Studies—2003.9-2009.5
    • Master of Science in Educational Administration and Policy Studies—2003.9-2006.5
    • Certificate of Advanced Study in Planning and Policy Analysis—2001.9-2003.5
    • Master of Public Administration—1999.9-2001.5
  • (National Taipei University, Taipei, TAIWAN)
    •   Bachelor of Art in Public Administration—1995.9-1999.6

Expertise

  • Public Administration
  • Organizational Theory and Behavior
  • Public Policy
  • Inter-Agency/Governmental Relationships and Service Integration
  • Special Topics in Human Capital
  • Social Welfare Policy
  • Educational Policy for the Disadvantaged
  • Research Method
  • Qualitative Research Method
(A)Doctorate Dissertation
  1. Yi-jung Wu, 2009, A Case Studyof Intended and Implemented Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Policies in the New York State Bridge Program, Doctoral Dissertation, University at Albany, State University of New York (Co-chairs: Dr. Hal A. Lawson, Alan P. Wagner)
(B) Journal Articles
(Under review or work-in-progress)

  1. Yi-jung Wu,Comparing the cultural contents of Mandarin reading textbooksin China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, Journal of International Cooperation in Education (under review)
  2. Yi-jung Wu, Hal A. Lawson, Alan P. Wagner, The Service Partnerships in the Time of Policy Change, Policy Studies Journal (work in progress)
  3. Yi-jung Wu, Hal A. Lawson, Alan P. Wagner, Human Capital Issues for the TANF Population- The New York Case, Social Services Review (work in progress)
  4. Yi-jung Wu, Hal A. Lawson, Alan P. Wagner, Inter-Agency Partnerships in TANF Services- The Case of New York, Publius (work in progress)
(C)Conference Paper
  1. (In Chinese)
    • Yi-jung Wu, (2011), The Comparison of Social Welfare Systems between the U.S. and Taiwan: From the perspective of Human Capital, Taiwan Association for Schools of Public Administration and Affairs (TASPAA), Taipei, TAIWAN
    • Yi-jung Wu, (2011), The Theory and Practice in Policy Analysis: A quantitative science or a qualitative art, Policy Forum at Department of Public Policy and Management, Shih Hsin University, Taipei, TAIWAN

    (In English)

    • Tung-Mou Yang, Yi-jung Wu, Identifying the information types and the purposes of cross-boundary information sharing. American Society for Public Administration Annual Conference, March 2011, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. (Poster Section)
    • Yi-jung Wu, What can we learn from this—The implementation of intergovernmental policies and partnerships among social service agencies, American Society of Public Administration Annual Conference, March 2011, Baltimore, Maryland (Expert Discussion Circle Section)
    • Yi-jung Wu, Aaron Benavot, “Same but Different”: The comparison of reading textbooks (Mandarin) across China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, Comparative International Education Society Annual Conference, March 2010, Chicago (Panel Section)
    • Yi-jung Wu, Hal A. Lawson, Alan P. Wagner, The impacts of systems change on the partnerships of the TANF service agencies: A case study from New York State, American Society of Public Administration Annual Conference, March 2009, Miami, Florida (Expert Discussion Circle Section)
    • Tung-Mou Yang, Yi-jung Wu, Construct an overview framework of current information-sharing research from the perspectives of inter-person, intra-organization, and inter-organization. American Society for Public Administration Annual Conference, March 2009, Miami, Florida, USA. (Poster Section)
    • Yi-jung Wu, Eve Kintner, Hal A. Lawson, Alan P. Wagner, The Identification of a Theory-of-change for Welfare Reform: Examining the Role of Human Capital Development in Systems Transformation after Ten Years of TANF, American Society of Public Administration Annual Conference, March 2008, Dallas, Texas (Expert Discussion Circle Section)
    • Yi-jung Wu, Mining Human Resources within the Welfare Population, American Society of Public Administration Annual Conference, April 2006, Denver, Colorado (Panel Section-Full Paper)
    • Luis Felipe Luna-Reyes, Mohammad Mojtahedzadeh, David Andersen, George Richardson, Theresa Pardo, Brian Burke, Yi-jung Wu, Anthony Cresswell, Tamas Bordor, Donna Canestraro, Sharon Dawes, Fikret Demircivi, Carrie Schneider, Fiona Thompson, Emergence of the Governance Structure for Information Integration across Governmental Agencies: A System Dynamics Approach, 38th HICSS Conference, January 2005, Hawaii
    • Luis Felipe Luna-Reyes, Mohammad Mojtahedzadeh, David Andersen, George Richardson, Theresa Pardo, Brian Burke, Yi-jung Wu, Anthony Cresswell, Tamas Bordor, Donna Canestraro, Sharon Dawes, Fikret Demircivi, Carrie Schneider, Fiona Thompson, Scripts for Interrupted Group Model Building: Lessons from Modeling the Emergence of Governance Structures for Information, Integration Across Government Agencies, 38th HICSS Conference, January 2005, Hawaii
    • Yi-jung Wu, The Challenges of Information Systems from AFDC to TANF in New York State,American Society of Public Administration Annual Conference, March 2004, Portland, Oregon (Panel Section-Full paper)
    • George P. Richardson, David F. Andersen, Yi-jung Wu, Misattribution in Welfare Dynamics: the puzzling dynamics in recidivism, Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, 2002 International System Dynamics Conference in Italy (Poster Section)

(D)Research Project

  • Chin-Kuei Che, Yao-Chang Kuo, Yi-jung Wu, The Study on the Function Division between the Central Government and Special Municipalities in Taiwan—
    The Case of Education Policy for the Disadvantaged, Sponsored by The Research, Development and Evaluation Commission (RDEC), Executive Yuan, TAIWAN
    (REDC-TPG-100-004), January-October 2011