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  • Publish Date:2016/10/11
    Modify Date:2016/12/29
Lee-Joy Cheng
  • Position:Research Fellow and Deputy Director
  • TEL:+886-(02)-3789 7251, 3789 7202
  • FAX:+886-(02)-2782 7616
  • Mail:joy@sinica.edu.tw
  • Assistant’s Name:Esther Liao
  • Assistant’s Phone:+886-(02)-37897222
  • Assistant’s Mail:layoutniao@gate.sinica.edu.tw
Lee-Joy Cheng

EDUCATION

  • Ph. D., University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A.
  • M. A., University of Wisconsin, Madison, U.S.A.

MAJOR EXPERIENCE

  • 教育部「96-99人文教育革新計畫」規劃委員
  • 國科會「政府科技計畫」審查群組專家
  • 國科會「政府科技計畫」綱要計畫績效評估審查委員
  • 美國賓州匹茲堡大學、密西根州安娜堡大學、紐約州立大學、亞利桑那州立大學、卡內基美倫大學、加州大學洛杉磯分校、柏克萊分校等訪問學人
  • Research Fellow, IEAS, Academia Sinica
  • Associate Research Fellow, IEAS, Academia Sinica
  • Assistant Research Fellow, IEAS, Academia Sinica

SPECIALISM

  • Social Welfare Policy Studies
  • Family Policy Studies
  • Maternity Leave Policy Studies
  • Gender and Equality Studies
  • Immigration Policy Studies

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Articles in Refereed Journals (* in Chinese) 

  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (2013). Examining administrative effect on changes in TANF caseloads in the United States. with Seng-Lee Wong. Administration in Social Work, 37 (1): 1-20. (SSCI)
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2012). Beyond symbolic representation: Women's political and economic influences on women's rights and benefits in the United States. Social Policy & Social Work, 16 (1): 59-86. (TSSCI)
  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (2011). Elucidating the relationship between satisfaction and citizen involvement in public administration. with Seng-Lee Wong and Hsiang-Te Liu. Public Management Review, 13 (4): 1-24. (SSCI)
  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (2009). Relationships between economics, welfare, social network factors and net migration in the United States. International Migration, 47 (4): 157-185. (SSCI)
  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (2008). The effect of state pregnancy prevention policy on teen abortion and birth rates in the U.S. Journal of Accounting, Finance & Management Strategy, 4 (1): 1-22.
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2008). Determinants of Early Maternity Leave Programs Adoption in Private Sector in the United States. Journal of Performance and Strategy Research, 5 (2): 1-15.
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2006). A Comparative State Analysis of the Relationship between Fiscal Structure, Social Structure and the Outcome of the TANF Program in the United States. Social Policy & Social Work,10 (2): 117-144. (TSSCI)
  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (2006). An analysis of the relationship between women's autonomy, state's pro-choice attitude and teen pregnancy prevention program effectiveness in the United States. Journal of Accounting, Finance & Management Strategy, 2 (1): 57-81.
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2006). A study of the parental leave and child care policy in the United States. Bulletin of Labour Research, 20: 49-96.
  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (2005). Evaluation of policy outcomes in teenage pregnancy prevention in the United States. International Journal of Business and Strategy, 6 (1): 102-146.
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2003). Family leave policy evaluation: A case study of the FMLA in the US. The Chinese Public Administration Review, 12 (2): 91-116. (TSSCI)
  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (2003). The effects of policy instruments on policy outcomes: A case study of the U.S. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program. Social Policy & Social Work, 7 (1): 215-246. (TSSCI)
  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (2002). A study of reductions in the welfare caseload of the TANF Program and its policy implications for the United States. Social Policy & Social Work, 6 (2): 93-129. (TSSCI)
  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (2000). An analysis of U.S. congressional strategies on family policy. International Journal of Business and Strategy, 1 (2): 101-130.
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1999).A comparative study of child care and family policies in the U.S., Germany and France. Theory and Policy, 13 (4): 107-130. (TSSCI Watch List)
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1999). The development of social welfare policy in the U.S.:Retrospect and prospect.The Chinese Public Administration Review, 9 (1): 103-134. (TSSCI Watch List)
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1999). A study on the policy formulation of FMLA in the U.S.A. The Journal of Political Science, 11: 265-294. (TSSCI)
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1999). The influence of nonprofit organizations on the state family policy-making process: A case study of Wisconsin. The Chinese Public Administration Review, 8 (4): 161-180. (TSSCI Watch List)
  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (1999). Application of strategic management in nonprofit organization: A case study of the U.S. EEOC. Sun Yat-Sen Management Review, 7 (1999 International Issue): 713-732. (TSSCI)
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1999). An analysis of the role of family professionals in building family policy and theory in the United States. The Chinese Public Administration Review, 8 (3): 73-96. (TSSCI Watch List)
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1999). A study of the 1996 PRWORA's policy arguments in the United States. The Chinese Public Administration Review, 8 (2): 181-229. (TSSCI Watch List)
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1997). A study of current employment status and trend of working women in the United States. The Chinese Journal of Public Policy Studies, 18: 77-110.
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1997). A comparative analysis of male and female labor distribution between public and private organizations in the United States. The Chinese Public Administration Review, 6 (3): 27-56. (TSSCI Watch List)
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1995). Impact of social marketing on the diffusion of technological policy: A case study of NASA’s space shuttle services. The Journal of Political Science, 6: 223-258. (TSSCI)
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1994). A comparative state analysis of the performance of AFDC program in the United States. EurAmerica, 24 (1): 1-35. (TSSCI)
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1992). An analysis of the cultural exchange between Mainland China and U.S.A. U.S.A. Monthly Bulletin, 7 (9): 133-147.
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1992). Conditions of incomplete information, uncertainty and ambiguity in public policy studies. The Chinese Journal of Public Policy Studies, 14: 161-176.
  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (1992). Research-based versus experimental knowledge in public policy making. The Chinese Public Administration Review, 1 (3): 155-172. (TSSCI Watch List)

 

Chapters in Books (* in Chinese)

  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1996). An evaluation study of EEOC’s performance in the United States. In Chiao Cing-Kae (Ed.), A Comparative Study of the Gender Equality in Employment Systems in Europe and the United States (pp. 221-267). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1993). A Study of the Education & Cultural Exchange between Taiwan and the United States, 1986-1991. In Lin Cheng-Yi (Ed.), Sino-American Relations: 1990-1991 (pp. 141-177). Taipei: Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica.

Books

  • Lee-Joy Cheng. (1993). The Nature of Policy Studies: An Empirical Study of Educational Policy Research in the United States, 1970-1989. Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.

Editions (* in Chinese)

  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (Ed.) (1995). Social Welfare Policy Systems: National Comparisons. Taipei: Institution of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.

Research Reports (* in Chinese)

  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2012). Analysis of Absolute Majority Government’s Feedback Regarding the Policy Demands of Minority Groups: A Case Study of TANF in the United States (2/2).  (The National Science Council 100-2410-H-001-033-MY2).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2011). Analysis of Absolute Majority Government’s Feedback Regarding the Policy Demands of Minority Groups: A Case Study of TANF in the United States (1/2). (The National Science Council 100-2410-H-001-033-MY2).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2010). Factors on Influencing State Welfare Caseload Changes in the United States (2/2).(The National Science Council 98-2410-H-001-037-MY2).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2009). Factors on Influencing State Welfare Caseload Changes in the United States (1/2).(The National Science Council 98-2410-H-001-037-MY2).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2008). A Study of the Effect of State Pregnancy Prevention Policy on Teen Abortion and Birth Rates in the U.S. (The National Science Council 97-2410-H-001-058).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2007). The Influence of Socio-Economic and Welfare Factors on the Residents Mobility in the United States (The National Science Council 96-2414-H-001-022).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2006). A Study on the Effects of US TANF Performance (The National Science Council 95-2414-H-001-019).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2004). The Effects pf Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs in the United States: A Comparative State Analysis (The National Science Council 93-2414-H-001-015).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2003). Impact Evaluation of the Family and Medical Leave Act' in the United States (The National Science Council 92-2414-H-001-015).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2004). Maternity Leave Policies: Cross-National Comparisons (Council of Labor Affairs, Executive Yuan).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2002). The Effects of Social Welfare Reform in the United States: A Comparative State Analysis (The National Science Council 91-2414-H-001-020).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2001). A Comparative State Analysis of Affirmative Action Policy in the United States: Approaches and Impacts (The National Science Council 90-2414-H-001-007).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2000). A Comparative State Analysis of Comparable Worth in the United States: Approaches and Impacts (The National Science Council 89-2414-H-001-017).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (2000). The Policy-Making Patterns of Family Policies in the United States: A Comparative State Analysis (The National Science Council 89-2414-H-001-007).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1999). A Comparative State Analysis of Family Policies in the United States (The National Science Council 88-2414-H-001-008).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1998). A Comparative State Analysis of Gender Discrimination and Comparative Worth in the United States (The National Science Council 87-2414-H-001-003).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1998). The Diffusion of Family Policy Among American States (The National Science Council 86-2414-H-001-009).
  • * Lee-Joy Cheng. (1996). A Comparative State Analysis of the Equal Employment Policy for Women in the U.S.A (The National Science Council 85-2414-H-001-005).

 

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