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Kuang-Ting Tai, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Public Administration


  • PHD - Rutgers University - Public Administration
  • MS - Arizona State University - Public Policy
PUB 5409 Public Administration in Theory and Application
PUB 5459 Managing Information and Technology in the Public Sector
PUB 5926 Public Budgeting
Policy analysis and evidence-based decision making at the local level
Policy analysis in the USA, The Policy Press, University of Bristol 2018

Chapter 26: Conducive Macro-Contexts Influencing Volunteering
The Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations 2016

Toward connected, innovate, and resilient metro regions
Technology and the Resilience of Metropolitan Regions, IL: University of Illinois Press 2015

Tai, K., & Shon, J., (2018). Fundraising Efficiency and financial capacity performance in nonprofits in the U.S. Presented: Nov. 15th. 2018, Austin, TX. ARNOVA: 47th Annual Conference

Tai, K. & Porumbescu, G. (2018). Can online participation lead to a more offline participation? An empirical study of causal mediation approach. Presented: Apr. 5th. 2018, Chicago, IL. MPSA: 76th Annual MPSA Conference

Tai, K., & Shon, J. (2018). Fundraising Efficiency, Revenue Structure and Performance in NPOs: An Empirical Analysis of Arts, Culture and Humanities NPOs. Presented: Mar. 9th. 2018, Denver, CO. ASPA: 2018 Annual Conference

Tai, K., & Mossberger, K. (2015). A comparative analysis of open data portals in the 100 largest cities of the United States. Presented: Nov. 14th. 2014, Miami, FL. APPAM: The Golden Age of Evidence-Based Policy (37th Annual Conference of The Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management)

Tai, K., & Swindell, D. (2014). County-level effects on patterns of volunteerism. Presented: Nov. 20th. 2014, Denver, CO. ARNOVA: Evolving Sectoral Relationships: Global & Local Views (43rd Annual Conference of The Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action).

Kuang-ting Tai (2021). Open government research over a decade: A systematic review. Government Information Quarterly 38(2), pp. 1-15

Kuang-ting Tai, G. Porumbescu & J. Shon (2019). Can e-participation stimulate offline citizen participation: An empirical test with practical implications. Public Management Review 22(2), pp. 278-296

Kuang-ting Tai & Chao (2015). Comparative analysis on institutional factors of promoting inward investment: The comparison between Taoyuan County, Taiwan and Suzhou City, China (2000-2010). Mainland China Studies (TSSCI, Peer Review) (), pp. 99-127

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