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Title: Civil Service Neutrality in Taiwan: Is it Neutrality with or without Dichotomy?
Authors: 蘇偉業
So, Bennis Wai Yip
Keywords: civil service neutrality;politics-administration dichotomy;partisan politics;policy politics;Taiwan
Date: 2013-03
Issue Date: 2016-11-21 16:48:35 (UTC+8)
Abstract: In May 2009, Taiwan took a significant step in building a modern bureaucracy by passing a statute to create a civil service neutrality system after two decades of democratization. But its agenda for building a civil service neutrality system was not modeled on that of the Western democracies. Taiwan had its own distinct agenda and followed its own path toward civil service neutrality that was adapted to the demands of a polity transformed from a party-state regime. In the case of Taiwan, the neutrality mechanism was governed by the concept of ”administrative neutrality” rather than the more common concept of ”political neutrality.” This paper reviews and makes sense of the evolution of this concept and the neutrality system in Taiwan, and joins the debate of relevance of politics-administration dichotomy.
Relation: Issues & Studies,49(1),39-70
Data Type: article
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