Yu-Ying Kuo

Yu-Ying Kuo
Professor
Ph.D. in Public Administration and Policy, State U. of New York at Albany, U.S.A.
Policy Analysis, Government Budgeting, Public Policy
Ext.: 63471
Email:yykuo@mail.shu.edu.tw
Education
  • State University of New York at Albany Albany, NY
    Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy
    Department of Public Administration and Policy

    Ph. D. in Public Administration, September 1998
Publications
(A) Journal Articles
  • Written in English
    1. Yu-Ying Kuo , 2012,“Introduction: Comparing Developments in Public Policy Programs in Higher Education in Asia.”Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, Vol.14, No.5, 373-375.
    2. Yu-Ying Kuo and Nai-Ling Kuo, 2012. “Taiwan’s Public Policy Education: US- Style?” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, Vol.14, No.5, 391-409.
    3. Yu-Ying Kuo and Yi Thun Hsu, 2010, “Implementation Evaluation on Foreign Brides’ Literacy Education in Taipei.” OMNES: The Journal of Migration and Society, Vol. 1, No 1, pp67-83.
    4. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2008, “How Taiwan Achieves Good Public Governance,” (in Korean) Public Administration Focus, July/August, pp53-54, Korea Institute of Public Administration (KIPA).
    5. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2008, “The Mechanism of Good Public Governance is Right Here: GPMnet,”2008 APEC Workshop on Government Performance and Results Management-Document. 1-15.
    6. Yu-Ying Kuo and Kuo-yuan Liang, 2004, “Human Judgments in New York State Sales and Use Tax Forecasting.” Journal of Forecasting. 23(4), 297-314. (SSCI)

    Written in Chinese

    1. Chun-Huang Yang and Yu-Ying Kuo, 2010, “Exploring the Relationship between the Establishment of Tainan Science Park and Local Economic Development,” The Chinese Public Administration Review, 18, 1, 127-174.
    2. Yu-Ying Kuo and Wen-Shin Su, 2008, “Analysis on Examination System under Globalization: Including Experience of the US, the UK, Japan and Korea,” Examination and Personnel Quarterly, 54, 54-65.
    3. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2008, “Dialogue between Public Finance and Public Choice,” Journal of Public Administration, No. 26, pp 159-169. (TSSCI)
    4. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2007, “An Analysis of Website’ Budgeting Information of Nonprofit Organizations.” Public Official Monthly. 127, 39-47.
    5. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2006, “Discussion on Performance Evaluation System.” Public Official Monthly. 116, 32-50.
    6. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2005, “The Research on the Policy Information System: A Case Study of National Health Insurance Policy in Taiwan.” The Chinese Journal of Administration. No.76, 53-84.
    7. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2005, “Decision Facilitator: Theory and Practice of Cost-Benefit Analysis.”Training & Development Fashion, 30, 1-18.
    8. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2004, “The Evaluation of the Implementation of Cost-Benefit Analysis on Capital Expenditure Projects: A Case Study of Enterprise Funds,” Journal of Public Administration, No. 10, pp 1-24. (TSSCI)
    9. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2002, “The Research on Mid-term Budget Forecasting and Judgmental Forecasting, Journal of Public Administration, No. 7, pp 1-29. (TSSCI)
    10. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2002, “The Research on Performance Indicators of Knowledge Management in Government Agencies, The Chinese Journal of Administration. No.72. pp57-82. (TSSCI)
    11. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2002, “Comparative Analysis of the Entrepreneurial Budgeting between Taiwan and the United States Open Public Administration Review. No. 12, pp 169-194.
    12. David L. Weimer, Don-Yun Chen , Yu-Ying Kuo, 2001, “Policy Analysis: Opportunities and Challenges in Democratic Polities,” Chinese Public Administration Review.Vol. 11, No. 1. pp1-28. (TSSCI)
    13. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2001, “The Discussion of the Budget Reform in the “A-Bian Government Reinvention White Book” Chinese Public Administration Review. Vol. 10, No. 3. pp53-78. (TSSCI)
    14. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2001, “Evaluation of New York State Revenue Consensus Forecasting Meeting,”Open Public Administration Review. No. 11, pp125-146.
    15. Yu-Ying Kuo, Chilik Yu, Naiyi Hsiao, Ching-May Lin, 2001, The Application of Cost-Benefit Analysis in Public Policy: The Case Study of the Installation of the Emergency Sensor Valve in Taipei City, Theory and Policy, Vol 15, No. 2, pp1-24. (TSSCI)
    16. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2001, “Expert Judgments and Adjustments in Revenue Forecasting: A Case Study of New York State Sales and Use Tax Forecasting,” Social Science Quarterly. Vol 11. No. 3, pp113-150. (TSSCI)
    17. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2001, “Processes, Methods and Human Factors of State Governments’ Revenue Forecasting in the United States,” Journal of Public Administration, No. 3, pp19-45. (TSSCI)
    18. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2000, “Expert Judgment and Adjustment in New York State Revenue Forecasting,Shih Hsin University Journal, No. 10, pp221-250.
    19. Chilik Yu, Yu-Ying, Kuo, 2000, “Budgeting Reform under Government Reinvention–State Governments of the US in the 90s,” Public Administration & Policy. No. 2, pp 195-223。
(B)Conference Paper
  1. Yu-Ying Kuo, 7/3-7/5/2013. “Where does Public Policy Education Go Regionally and Globally?” 8th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis. Societies in Conflict: Expert, Publics and Democracy. University of Vienna, Austria.
  2. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/26-6/28/2013. “Retirement Pension in Taiwan, South Korea and Japan: Policy Indicator Perspective 1st International Conference on Public Policy. International Political Science Association. Grenoble, France.
  3. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/27-6/28/2012. “Research on Taiwan, Korea and Japan’s Civil Service Retirement System.” 2012 Korea Association for Public Administration (KAPA) International Conference, Public Administration in National Development: Sharing the Power of Experiences. Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.
  4. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/17-6/18/2011. “Research on the Fairness of Teachers’ Retirement System between Public and Private Universities: Taiwan, Korea and Japan Experience.” 2011 Korea Association for Policy Studies Annual (KAPS) Conference, Seoul, Korea.
  5. Yu-Ying Kuo, 3/13/2011. “A Comparative Analysis of Establishing Infrastructure Fund to Finance Capital Projects under Financial Crisis: Taiwan, Korea, Australia Experience.” 2011 American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland (Presented by Ching-Mei Lin).
  6. Yu-Ying Kuo, Ming-Huei Cheng and Yu-Cheuh Tain, 10/7-10/8/2010. “How Infrastructure Funds Operate? Taiwan and Australia Experience.” 2010 Korean Association for Public Administration (KAPA) Annual Meeting. Seoul. Korea.
  7. Yu-Ying Kuo, 9/24-9/26/2009. “Budgeting Performance and Budgeting Accountability of Nonprofit Organizations: Taiwan Experience.” 21st Annual Conference of Association for Budgeting and Financial Management. Washington Marriott, Washington D.C..
  8. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/5-6/6/2009. “Taiwan Public Policy Education: Opportunity and Challenge.” International Comparative Policy Forum 6th Workshop: Developments in Public Policy Programs in Higher Education in Asia. Department of Public Policy and Management, Shih Hsin University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  9. Yu-Ying Kuo, 1/7-1/9/2009. “Cross-National Comparison of Taiwan, Japan, US and UK’s Health Insurance System.” Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM)-Singapore Conference, Asian Social Protection in Comparative Perspective, National University of Singapore.
  10. Yu-Ying Kuo and Hsin Fang Tsai, 3/10/2008, “Transformational Function of Budget: Taiwan Experience.” American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) 2008 Annual Conference–Transformational Public Administration: A Call for Public Service. Dallas, Texas.
  11. Yu-Ying Kuo, Ching-Mei Lin, 4/20/2006, “An Empirical Study of the Relationship between Divided Government and Fiscal Deficit in Taiwan Local Governments.”48th Western Social Science Association Conference, Phoenix, Arizona.
  12. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/19-6/21, “Implementation Evaluation of Foreign Brides’ Literacy Education.” Institute for Women’s Policy Research’s Eight International Women’s Policy Research Conference: When Women Gain, So Does the World. Washington, DC. (forthcoming).
  13. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/28-6/29/2004, “Fiscal Functions of a Government under a Democratic System,” International Conference on “Democratic Consolidation and Administrative Reform.” Held by the Department of Public Policy and Management at Shih Hsin University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  14. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/2004, New Positions of Fiscal Functions and Roles Under Multiple Environment. The Second Annual Conference on New Positions of Public Governance under Multiple Environment. Taiwan Association of School of Public Affairs and Administration (TASPAA).
  15. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/2003. The Evaluation of the Implementation of Cost-Benefit Analysis on Capital Expenditure Projects: A Case Study of Enterprise and Non-Enterprise Funds.The First Annual Conference on Democratic Governance and Taiwan Administrative Reform. Taiwan Association of School of Public Affairs and Administration (TASPAA).
  16. Yu-Ying Kuo, 1/8/2003, The Research on the Policy Information System: A Case Study of National Health Insurance Policy in Taiwan. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Jan. 6-9. Hawaii, US. Proceedings of The 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (Abstract only), 139. IEEE Computer Society.
  17. Yu-Ying Kuo, 11/6/2002, E-Policy and Policy Information Systems: A Case Study of Taiwan’s National Health Insurance Policy. Conference on E-Policy and E-Government. Nov. 6-7. Seoul, Korea. Proceedings of International Forum on e-Policy and e-Government: Past, Present and Future, 331-351. E-Policy and E-Government Institute.
  18. Yu-Ying Kuo and Kuo-yuan Liang, 10/17/2002, Human Judgments in New York State Sales and Use Tax Forecasting. 26th CIRET (Centre for International Research on Economic Tendency Surveys) Conference. Oct.16-19, The Conference is hosted by Council for Economic Planning and Development (CEPD) and co-hosted by Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica (IEAS), Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER), and Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER). Taipei, Taiwan.
  19. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/2002. The Research on Performance Indicators of Knowledge Management in Government Agencies. Department of Public Policy and Management, Shih Hsin University and Civil Service Development Institute.
  20. Yu-Ying Kuo, 3/2002. The Analysis of Judgmental Forecasting on Mid-Term Budget. Conference on Budget Balance and Mid-Term Budgeting System. Directorate General of Budget Accounting and Statistics,Executive Yuan and Department of Public Policy and Management, Shih Hsin University.
  21. Yu-Ying Kuo, 3/2001. The Application of Multi-Attribute Utility Model on Public Policy. Conference on Theory and Practice of Policy Analysis. Department of Public Policy and Management, Shih Hsin University.
  22. Yu-Ying Kuo, 3/5/2000. New Public Management in Taiwan—Bureaucracy and Democracy. International Public Management Network 2000 Conference, Sydney, Australia.
  23. Yu-Ying Kuo, 7/2000. The Research On Public-Private Partnership: A Case Study of Taipei City Government. International Conference on Program Management. Taipei City Government.
  24. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/1999. Expert Judgments and Adjustments in Revenue Forecasting: A Case Study of New York Sales and Use Tax Forecasting. Public Economics Conference. Academia Sinica. Taipei, Taiwan
  25. Yu-Ying Kuo, 6/12/1998. Expert Judgments and Adjustments in New York State Revenue Forecasting. The Eighteenth International Symposium on Forecasting. June 10 – 13, 1998. Edinburgh, United of Kingdom.
(C)Book and Book Chapter
  1. Yu-Ying Kuo. 2008. Research on Budget Process and Budget Accountability of Non-Profit Organization: Case Study of Foundation. Taipei, Best-Wise Publication Ltd.
  2. Yu-Ying Kuo. 2007. Cost-Beniefit Analysis.. Taipei, Hwatai.
  3. Yu-Ying Kuo. 2006. “Hospital Evaluation: Perspective of Policy Learning” in Chilik Yu (ed)New Century Public Policy: Theory and Practice. pp177-208.
  4. Yu-Ying Kuo. 2002. Macro and Micro Research on Government Budgeting. Taipei, Best-Wise Publication Ltd.
  5. Yu-Ying Kuo. 2002. Decision Support Models and Cases Analysis. Taipei, Best-Wise Publication Ltd.
  6. Chilik Yu, Yu-Ying Kuo, Don-Yuan Chen (eds).2001.Public Policy Analysis: Theory and Practice. Taipei, Weber Publication.
  7. David L. Weimer, Don-Yun Chen , Yu-Ying Kuo, 2001, “Policy Analysis: Opportunities and Challenges in Democratic Polities” in Chilik Yu, Yu-Ying Kuo, Don-Yuan Chen (eds).Public Policy Analysis: Theory and Practice. Ch1. pp3-30.
  8. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2001, “The Application of Multi-Attribute Utility Model on Public Policy” in Chilik Yu, Yu-Ying Kuo, Don-Yuan Chen (eds).Public Policy Analysis: Theory and Practice. Ch15. pp447-473.
  9. Yu-Ying Kuo, 2000. “New Public Management in Taiwan–Government Reinvention,” Chapter 19 in Learning From International Public Management Reform.pp337-351.London: Elsevier-Oxford Press.
  10. Yu-Ying Kuo, 1998, New York State Revenue Forecasting: Application of Research on Human Judgment and Judgmental Forecasting. Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York at Albany.
(D)Research Project
  1. Grant from the Research, Evaluation, and Development Council, Executive Yuan. 7/1/2013 – 10/31/2013. Benefit of Government Reinvention. Project director.
  2. Grant from National Science Council. 8/1/2012 – 7/31/2014. Research on Civil Service Retirement System of Taiwan, Japan and Korea: Perspective of Administrative Ecology and Policy Indicator. NSC101-2410-H-128-027-MY2. Project director.
  3. Grant from the Research, Evaluation, and Development Council, Executive Yuan. 4/1/2012 – 12/31/2012. Improvement for Budget Implementation. Project director.
  4. Grant from the Research, Evaluation, and Development Council, Executive Yuan. 12/21/2010 – 10/20/2011. Problems and Strategies of Municipalities. Project co-director.
  5. Grant from National Science Council. 10/15/2009 – 2/11/2010. Procurement System of Administration and Policy Research Project. Project director.
  6. Grant from National Science Council. 8/1/2008 – 7/31/2010. The Research on Budget Accountability of Nonprofit Organizations: Self-Governance, Regulation,
    and Mechanism
    . NSC97-2410-H-128-027-SS2. Project director.
  7. Grant from National Science Council. 8/1/2007 – 7/31/2008. The Impact Evaluation of Non-Profit Funds II. NSC96-2414-H-128-010. Project director.
  8. Grant from National Science Council. 8/1/2006 – 7/31/2007. The Impact Evaluation of Non-Profit Funds I. NSC95-2414-H-128-010. Project director.
  9. Grant from National Science Council. 8/1/2005 – 7/31/2006. The Research on Budgeting of Non-Profit Organizations. NSC 94-2414-H-128-005-SSS. Project director.
  10. Grant from Natioanl Science Council. 8/1/2003 – 7/31/2004.The Evaluation of the Implementation of Cost-Benefit Analysis on Capital Expenditure Projects: A Case Study of Enterprise and Non-Enterprise Funds. NSC92-2414-H-128-005-SSS. Project director.
  11. Grant from Taiwan Health Care Insurance Association. 1/1/2003 – 6/30/2003. Monitoring Mechanism on National Health Insurance Policy. Research fellow.
  12. Grant from Natioanl Science Council. 8/1/2002 – 7/31/2003. Research on Policy Information System. Project director.
  13. Grant from Taiwan Health Care Insurance Association. 8/1/2002 – 12/30/2002 Accountability Mechanism on National Health Insurance Policy: A Case Study on Information Provision on Medical Quality. Research fellow.
  14. Grant from Taiwan Health Care Insurance Association. 1/1/2002 – 6/30/2002. Accountability Mechanism on National Health Insurance Policy. Research fellow.
  15. Grant from Taiwan Sociology Association. 9/1/2001 – 12/31/2001, Feedback Mechanism on National Health Insurance Policy. Research fellow.
  16. Grant from Natioanl Science Council. 8/1/2001 – 7/31/2002, Consistency of Budget Makers and Their Resource Allocation Decision. NSC 90-2414-H-128-003-SSS, Project Director.
  17. Grant from Natioanl Science Council. 8/1/2000 – 7/31/2001, Comparison of New Performance Budget between Taiwan and the United States. NSC 89-2414-H-128-006-, Project Director.
  18. Grant from Research and Development Council of Taipei City Government. 9/1/1999 – 6/30/2000,Strategy for Public-Private Partnership in Taipei City Government,research fellow.