Prof. Tang Ching-Ping 湯京平

Posted on Dec, 03 2010

Tang Ching-Ping 湯京平

Name: Prof. Dr. Tang Ching-Ping 湯京平

Home institution: Department of Political Science, National Cheng Chi University, Taipei

Duration of Stay: January 17th to February 13th, 2011

EDUCATION:

Ph. D. (August, 1998)

School of Public Administration

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA

MPIA (December 1993)

Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

 

ACADEMIC AWARD:

Wu Ta-You Memorial Award, National Science Council of ROC, 2004

Young Scholar Award, National Chung Cheng University (CCU), 2003

Outstanding Research Award, College of Social Science, CCU, 2003

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

Chief Editor, Taiwanese Political Science Review, Beginning from 2010

Executive Editor, Taiwanese Political Science Review, 2003 to now

Member of Editorial Board, Issue & Studies, 2004 to now

Member of Editorial Board, Wenti Yu Yanjiu [Issues and Studies], 2006~now

Member of Directing Board, Taiwanese Political Science Association, 2004~now

Director, Survey Research Center of National Chung-Cheng University, 2004~2006

Chairman, Teaching Committee of “Taiwan Association for Schools of Public Administration and Affairs”, 2005~2006

Director, Survey Research Center, 2005~2006

 

FIELDS OF RESEARCH:

Environmental Policy, Politics, and Governance

Comparative Democratization

Technology Policy

Resource Management

Administrative and Judicial Reforms in New Democracies

Community Development

 

PUBLICATION:

(A) Journal Articles

Tang, Ching-Ping, Shui-Yan Tang, and Chung-Yuan Chiu, 2010. “Inclusion, Identity, and Environmental Justice in New Democracies: The Politics of Pollution Remediation in Taiwan,” Comparative Politics, forthcoming. (SSCI)

Tang, Ching-Ping and Shui-Yan Tang, 2010. “Institutional Adaptation and Community-Based Conservation of Natural Resources: The Cases of the Tao and Atayal in Taiwan,” Human Ecology, 38 (1): 101-111. (SSCI)

Tang, Ching-Ping and Shui-Yan Tang. 2006. “Democratization and Capacity-Building for Environmental Governance: Managing Land Subsidence in Taiwan,” Environment and Planning A: 38 (6): 1131-47.

Tang, Shui-Yan, Ching-Ping Tang, and Carlos Wing-Hung Lo, 2005. “Public Participation and Environmental Impact Assessment in Mainland China and Taiwan: Political Foundations of Environmental Management,” The Journal of Development Studies 41 (1): 1-32.

Tang, Ching-Ping, 2004. “When New Public Management Runs into Democratization: Taiwan's Public Administration in Transition,” Issues & Studies 40 (3/4): 59-100.

Tang, Shui-Yan and Ching-Ping Tang, 2004.“Local Governance and Environmental Conservation: Gravel Politics and The Preservation of an Endangered Bird Species in Taiwan,”Environment and Planning A 36: 173-189.

Tang, Ching-Ping, 2003.“Democratizing Urban Politics and Civic Environmentalism in Taiwan,” The China Quarterly 176: 1029-51.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Shui-Yan Tang. 2001. “Negotiated Autonomy: Transforming Self-governing Institutions for Local Common-Pool Resources in Two Tribal Villages in Taiwan,” Human Ecology 29 (1): 49-65.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Shui-Yan Tang. 2000. “Democratizing Bureaucracy: The Political Economy of Environmental Impact Assessment and Air Pollution Fees in Taiwan,” Comparative Politics 33 (October): 81-99.

Tang, Shui-Yan, Vandana Prakash, and Ching-Ping Tang. 1999. “Local Enforcement of Pollution Control in Developing Countries: A Comparison of Guang-zhou, Delhi, and Taipei,” The Journal of Public Policy 18 (3), 265-282.

Tang, Shui-Yan and Ching-Ping Tang. 1999/6. “Democratization and the Environment: Entrepreneurial Politics and Interest Representation in Taiwan,” The China Quarterly 158: 66-82.

Tang, Shui-Yan and Ching-Ping Tang. 1997/3. “Democratization and Environmental Politics in Taiwan,” Asian Survey 57 (3): 281-94.

(B) Journal Articles in Chinese

Tang, Ching-Ping and Chung-Yuan Chiu, 2010. “Professionalism and Democracy: The Operation and Adaptation of Environmental Impact Assessment in Taiwan,” Journal of Public Administration, 35: 1-28.

Chung-Yuan Chiu, Ching-Ping Tang, and Chien-Hsun Huang, 2010. “Institutional Choice of Local Governance and Transition Politics: An Analysis of Institutional Adaptation of Irrigation Associations in Taiwan,” Journal of Social Science and Philosophy, 22(3): forthcoming.

Tang, Ching-Ping, Shih-Han Huang, and Kuen-Shan Huang, 2010: “Post-disaster Rehabilitation Policy and Incentive Crowding-out: A Case Study on Community-Building Collective Action after Chi-Chi Earthquake,” Chinese Political Science Review, 48: 1-31.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Hung-Sen Huang. 2008/12. “Democratization and Judicial Independence: A Political Analysis of the Public Prosecutor Reforms in Taiwan,” Taiwanese Political Science Review, 12 (2): 67-114.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Chung-Yuan Chiu, 2007. “Plural Democracy, Political Inclusion, and Policy Responsiveness: The Pollution of Taiwan Alkali Industrial Corp.,” Journal of Social Science and Philosophy, 19 (1): 93-127.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Chien-Hsun Huang, 2006. “Local Self-Governance and Water Resource Conservation: Comparing Groundwater Management in Raymond Basin of USA and Chia-nan Plain of Taiwan,” Chinese Political Science Review, 40: 1-39.

Tang, Ching-Ping and We-Ta Weng, 2005. “Destructing Not-In-My-Back-Yard Movement: Political Mobilization in Local Protests aginst Highway Construction Projects in Taiwan,” Journal of Public Administration 14: 125-149.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Chin-Cher Chen, 2005. “New Public Management and NIMBY Politics: The Case of Garbage Management Cooperation between Chiayi City and County,” Political Science Review 23: 01-132.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Kun-Junmg Liao, 2004. “Technology Policy and Democratization: The Political Economy of Promoting Electronic Scooter in Taiwan,” Journal of Public Administration 11: 1-34.

Tang, Ching-Ping. 2002. “Environmental Protection and Local Politics: How Local Environmental Bureaucrats Perceive the Factors Influencing Their Regulation Enforcement,” Taiwanese Political Science Review 6: 138-83.

Tang, Ching-Ping, Chung-Li Wu, and Kung-Chi Su. 2002. “Divided Government and Local Democratic Administration: ‘Budget for Local Infrastructure,’ Local Factions, and Pork-Barrel Politics in Taichung County,” Chinese Public Administration Review 12 (1):37-76.

Tang, Ching-Ping, Yun-Tung Tsai, and Chi Huang. 2002. “Disasters and Politics: The Collective Behaviors and Emergency Governance in the Chi-Chi (Taiwan) Earthquake,” Political Science Review 16: 137-162.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Chia-Hung Lu. 2002. “Public Administration for Sustainable Development: Self-Governance and Common-Pool Resources Management in Taiwan’s Indigenous Communities,” Journal of Social Science and Philosophy 14 (2): 1-28.

Tang, Ching-Ping. 2001. “Disasters, Bureaucracy, and Democracy: Political and Institutional Analysis of Governmental Response to Chi-Chi Earthquake of 1999,” Chinese Public Administration Review 11 (1), 67-98.

Tang, Ching-Ping. 2001. “Democratic Governance and Environmental Protection: Reviewing Taiwan’s Waste Management by the Case of Chung-Pu Tsi-Chi Association,” Taiwanese Political Science Review 5: 178-217.

Tang, Ching-Ping, 2000. “Democratic Administration and Sustainable Development: Comparing the Institutions and Practices of Environmental Impact Assessment in Taiwan and Hong Kong,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu 39 (8): 17-36.

Wu, Chun-Li, Ching-Ping Tang, and Chi Huang, 2000. “A Pilot Study on Measuring the Sense of Political Efficacy in Taiwan,” Election Study 6 (10): 23-43.

Tang, Ching-Ping. 1999/6. “Institutions and Strategies for Managing NIMBY Environmental Disputes: The Cases of Sixth Naphtha Cracker Plant and Bayer Project,” Political Science Review 10: 355-84.

(C) Conference Presentation

Tang, Ching-Ping. 2006/4.“Democratizing Local Environmental Governance: Garbage Incinerator Politics in Taiwan,” Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Shui-Yang Tang. 2006/3.“Governance Inspired by Taboos or God: Religion and Indigenous Common-Pool Resource Governance in Taiwan,”IASCP Europe Regional Meeting Building the European Commons: From Open Fields to Open Source, Brescia, Italy.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Shui-Yang Tang. 2004/5. “Democratization and Capacity-Building for Environmental Governance: Managing Land Subsidence in Taiwan,” International Symposium on New Model of Governance in Comparative Perspective, National Chung-Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan, ROC.

Tang, Ching-Ping. 2002/3. “Democratizing Urban Politics and Civic Environmentalism in Taiwan,” IPS-NUS Forum on Civic Spaces in the Cities of the Asia-Pacific, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Shui-Yan Tang, 2000/6. “Negotiated Autonomy: Transforming Self-governing Institutions for Local Common-Pool Resources in Two Tribal Villages in Taiwan,”Biannual Meeting of International Association for the Common Property (IASCP) in Bloomington, Indiana, USA.

Tang, Shui-Yan, Ching-Ping Tang, and Carlos Wing-Hung Lo. 1999/9. “Political Institutions, Civic Participation, and Sustainable Development: Environmental Impact Assessment in Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan,” Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association (APSA) in Atlanta.

Wu, Chung-Li, Ching-Ping Tang, and Chi Huang. 1999/1. “A Pilot Study on Measuring the Sense of Political Efficacy in Taiwan,” Annual Meeting of Chinese Political Science Association in Taipei. (in Chinese)

Tang, Shui-Yan, Vandana Prakash, and Ching-Ping Tang. 1998/10. “Local Enforcement of Pollution Control Regulations in Developing Countries: A Comparison of Guangzhou, Taipei, and Delhi,” Annual Meeting of Association for Public Policy and Management (APPAM) in New York.

Tang, Ching-Ping and Shui-Yan Tang. 1998/9. “The Political Economy of Air Pollution Fees in Taiwan: Environmental Politics in Democratizing Polity,” Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association (APSA) in Boston.

Tang, Shui-Yan and Ching-Ping Tang. 1997/8. “Democratization and Environment: Entrepreneurial Politics and Interest Representation in Taiwan,” Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association (APSA) in Washington D. C.

Tang, Shui-Yan and Ching-Ping Tang. 1996/8. “Democratization, Interest Distribution, and Environmental Politics in Taiwan,” Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association (APSA) in San Francisco.

(D) Book Chapter

Tang, Ching-Ping and Shui-Yan Tang. 2002. “Taiwan,” in Helmut Weidner and Martin Jänicke eds., Capacity Building in National Environmental Policy: A Comparative Study of 17 Countries. Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag, pp. 375-92.

(E) Dissertation

Tang, Ching-Ping, 1998/8. “Democratization and Environmental Protection: Pollution Control and Local Self-governance,” Doctoral Dissertation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

(F) Research Project

Tang, Ching-Ping, “Community and Environmental Governance: Institutional Capacity-Building and Policy Networking for Local Sustainable Development in Taiwan.” August 2005 to July 2007. Sponsored by National Science Council of ROC (NSC 95-2414-H-194-001).

Tang, Ching-Ping, “Political Dynamics between Environmental Movements and Democratization.” August 2004 to July 2006. Sponsored by National Science Council of ROC (NSC 93-2414-H-194-008).

Tang, Ching-Ping, “Technology Policy and Public Participation: The Impact of Democratization and Institutional Implication.” August 2003 to July 2005. Sponsored by National Science Council of ROC (NSC 92-2420-H-194 -001).

Tang, Ching-Ping, “NIMBY Policy and Civic Participation: Institution and Strategic Innovation under Democratization.” August 2002 to July 2004. Sponsored by National Science Council of ROC (NSC 91-2621-Z-194 -001).

Tang, Ching-Ping, “Democratic Administration, Regulatory Enforcement, and Environmental Protection.” August 2001 to July 2002. Sponsored by National Science Council of ROC (90-2414-H-194-001).

Shui-Yan Tang and Ching-Ping Tang, “Instituting Complex Environmental Governance Network in New Democracies: The Case of Taiwan.” July 1, 2000 to June 30, 2002. Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (USA).

Huang, Chi, Ching-Ping Tang, and Chung-Li Wu, “A Survey on Journal Article Publication of Political Science Institutions in Taiwan.” July 2001to November 2001. Sponsored by National Science Council of ROC (90-2419-H-001-001-B90)

Tang, Ching-Ping. “Politics for Sustainable Development.” August 2000 to July 2001. Sponsored by National Science Council of ROC (892414H-194-023).

Huang, Chi, Yu-Tung Tsai, and Ching-Ping Tang, “Institutions and Strategies for Natural Disaster.” August 2000 to July 2001. Sponsored by National Science Council of ROC (89-2625-Z-194-008).

Tang, Ching-Ping. “Politics for Sustainable Development.” August 1999 to July 2000. Sponsored by National Science Council of ROC (892414H-194-013).

Tang, Ching-Ping. “Pollution Control and Local Self-governance.” August 1998 to June 1999. Sponsored by National Chung-Cheng University.

 

CLASSES TEACHING/TAUGHT:

Development and Policy (Core Course for Ph. D. Program)

Theory of Public Administration (Core Course for Graduate)

Public Organizations and Management (Graduate)

Seminar on Classics of Public Administration (Graduate)

Theory of Democratic Politics (Undergraduate)

Public Policy (Core Course for Undergraduate)

Term-Paper Writing (Undergraduate)

Environmental Politics: Administration and Policy (Undergraduate)

Public Policy Enforcement and Evaluation (Undergraduate)

Administrative Ethics (Undergraduate)