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Name Tsai, Chin-Chang
Title Assistant Professor
Research Interests Nonprofit Management/Volunteer Management/Social innovation and enterprise/Public Management/Public Values/Administrative Ethics
Office CM4100
Phone 4918
Email cctsai0624@mail.nsysu.edu.tw


Education 2017, Ph.D., School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University
2007, Master, Department of Public Administration and Policy, National Taipei University
2001, Bachelor, Department of Public Administration, National Chengchi University
Experience 2007-06-28 ~ 2010-04-05, Financial Examination Bureau, Financial Supervisory Commission, Executive Personnel Officer
2005-10-21 ~ 2007-06-27, Financial Examination Bureau, Financial Supervisory Commission, Personnel Officer
Administrative Positions
Academic Services 2019-05-10 ~ 2019-06-23, VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, Reviewer
2019-05-02 ~ 2019-05-29, Nonprofit Management & Leadership, Reviewer
2018-01-24 ~ 2018-05-07, Public Management Review, Reviewer
Category Year Title
Journal Article 2019 Corley, E. A., Bozeman, B., Zhang, X., & Tsai, C. C. (2019). The expanded scientific and technical human capital model: the addition of a cultural dimensionJournal of Technology Transfer, 44(3), 681-699. (SSCI)
Journal Article 2018 Wu, W. N., & Tsai, C. C. (2018). What motivates citizens to volunteer in schools? Determinants in the local contextEducation and Urban Society, 50(9), 769-792. (SSCI)
Journal Article 2017 Cai, X., Tsai, C. C., Wu, W. N. (2017). Are they neck and neck in the affordable housing policies? A cross case comparison of three metropolitan cities in ChinaSustainability, 9(4), 542. (SSCI)
Journal Article 2016 Tsai, C. C., Stritch, J. M. & Christensen, R. K. (2016). Eco-helping and eco-civic engagement in the public workplacePublic Performance & Management Review, 40(2), 336-360. (SSCI)
Journal Article 2016 Tsai, C. C., Corley, E., & Bozeman, B. (2016). Collaboration experiences across scientific disciplines and cohortsScientometrics, 108(2), 505-529. (SSCI)
Journal Article 2015 Tsai, C. C. (2015). Linda Milbourne, Voluntary sector in transition: Hard times or new opportunities?VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 26(6), 2768-2770. (SSCI)
Conference Paper 2019 Tsai, C. C. (2019). A critical analysis of legal accountability and government-nonprofit power relations: The case of Taiwan’s Foundations Act . 2019 ARNOVA-Asia conference, Taiwan.
Conference Paper 2018 Wu, W. N., Tsai, C. C., & Yu, C. C. (2018). Examining the effectiveness of social media usage among nonprofit organizations: Impacts on networking and information-sharing. 2018 ARNOVA-Asia conference, Hong Kong.
Conference Paper 2018 Wu, W. N., Hsieh, C. W., & Tsai, C. C. (2018). Exploring determinants of effective anti-corruption strategies: Evidence from Taiwan’s local public administrators’ perception of government ethics agencies. Public Management Research Conference 2018, Singapore.
Conference Paper 2018 Tsai, C. C. (2018). Oppression in the name of public values: A critical theory approach to contemplating the dark side of the public values concept. Public Management Research Conference 2018, Singapore.
Conference Paper 2018 蔡錦昌、謝政勳、吳偉寧、郭瑞坤 (2018). 地方政府與公民參與機制之啟動:高雄市經驗之個案研究 . 2018年第十三屆台灣公共行政與公共事務系所聯合會年會暨國際學術研討會, Taiwan.
Conference Paper 2017 Tsai, C. C. (2017). How does the nonprofit sector strengthen local communities? An interpretive case study of U.S. food banking. . 2017 Annual conference of the Association of Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action, United States.
Conference Paper 2016 Tsai, C. C. (2016). Identifying and measuring public values in the nonprofit context: Organizational and volunteers’ perspectives. Paper presented at the , Phoenix, AZ.. 2016 Public Values Consortium, United States.
Conference Paper 2015 Tsai, C. C. & Svara, J. H. (2015). Ethics of equity evaluation. 2015 Annual conference of the American Society for Public Administration, United States.
Conference Paper 2015 Tsai, C. C. & Wu, W. N. (2015). What motivates citizens to volunteer? Citizens’ concerns as a key predictor. 2015 Annual conference of the Association of Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action, United States.
Conference Paper 2014 Tsai, C. C. (2014). Broadening the meaning of practitioner as moral exemplar: A need for achieving public values with citizens. . 56th annual conference of the Western Social Science Association, United States.
Conference Paper 2014 Tsai, C. C. & Bozeman, B. (2014). A public values approach to contemporary public administration ethics. Public Values Consortium 4th biennial workshop, Singapore.
Conference Paper 2012 Tsai, C. C. (2012). Reexamining the narratives of public administration from the concept of efficiency and equity. 25th annual conference of the Public Administration Theory Network, United States.
Year Title
2019

Interpreting how students understand and fulfill university social responsibility from a rural public affairs practice course: A constructivist grounded theory approach. Ministry of Education (PSR1080125)

Year Title Awarding Organization
2017 Emerging Scholars Award Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Actions
2017 逸仙新進管理學者獎 國立中山大學管理學院
2017 新進教師獎勵 國立中山大學
2009 公費留學行政改革及行政倫理學門 教育部
Period Activity Description Role
2008-03-03 ~ 2019-08-20 山海共榮:公共事務在地實踐 協助旗山大林社區尋求社區發展策略、農產加工品行銷及社區記憶整理 指導講師
2018-06-26 ~ 2019-08-20 山海共榮:公共事務在地實踐 協助路中廟社區設立及經營時間銀行 指導講師
中山大學管理學院司選委員會委員 2018.8.1~2020.7.31