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  • Publish Date:2016/10/11
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Thomas C. P. Peng
  • Position:Associate Research Fellow
  • TEL:+886-(02)-26539170
  • FAX:+886-(02)-26539170
  • Mail:tpeng@sinica.edu.tw
  • Assistant’s Name:Kuei-Feng Hu
  • Assistant’s Phone:+886-(02)-37897259
  • Assistant’s Mail:violethu@sinica.edu.tw
Thomas C. P. Peng

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

A. Periodicals

  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2016). The Utilization and Limitation of the Retired Civil Servants. Civil Servants Bimonthly, 227: 12-22.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2016). International Trend of Civil Service Reform and Implication for Taiwan. Journal of Civil Service, 8, 2: 1-23.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2016). Case Study on Selection Process and Methods of Taiwan National Public Employees--Comparing with International Experience. National Elite, 12, 1: 19-35.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2014). The Analysis of Salary System for College Professors in Taiwan. Taiwan Educational Review Monthly, 3, 8: 4-10.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2014). Civil Service Training System in Taiwan: Comparing with OECD Countries' Experiences. Personnel Monthly, 56, 7: 28-38.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2014). A Global Comparison on University Pay System. Higher Education, Technological & Vocational Education Newsletter, 91: 24-28.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2014). Innovation Achievements of UK Civil Service. Personnel Monthly, 56, 1: 9-18.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2013). A Study on Evaluation Mechanism for Medium and Long-Term Government Projects in Taiwan. Public Governance Quarterly, 1, 2: 28-44.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2012). UK Civil Service Reform Plan and Training Privatization. Personnel Monthly, 54, 8: 33-41.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2012). Mechanism for the Establishment and Selection of Senior Civil Service in Taiwan: From the Experiences of Western Countries. Civil Service Monthly, 197: 5-17.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng, R. S. Chiang, J. C.-C. Chen, & C. T. Lee. (2012). A Study of Human Resource Management of Prosecutor Investigators. Journal of Civil Service, 4, 1: 1-31.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng, Ri-sharng Chiang, & Keng-ming Hsu. (2011). A Performance Evaluation System for Non-profit Organizations. Taiwanese Journal of Political Science, 49: 125-149.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2011). Senior Civil Service Training System in Taiwan: Reflection on International Trend. Personnel Monthly, 53, 3: 49-66
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2011). A Documentary of International Conference on The Global Trend of Senior Civil Service Training. Personnel Monthly, 52, 8: 55-60.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2010). Civil Service System Reform in the 21th Century. Personnel Monthly, 50, 3: 24-36.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2010). Reform of the Civil Service Examination System. National Elite, 6, 1: 17-40.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2009). Central Government Organization of OECD Countries. RDEC Bimonthly, 33, 3: 32-43.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2009). Practices of Taiwan Civil Service Examination Reconsidered. National Elite, 5, 1: 49-67.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2008). The Decision for Pay Strategy: Merit vs. Seniority Wage System. Personnel Monthly, 47, 6: 7-17.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2008). Institutional Choice between Agency and Administrative Body. Examination and Personnel Quarterly, 53: 21-36.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2008). Relaxing the Rules of Civil Servants Holding Two Posts and Accelerating University-Industry Collaboration. Civil Servants Bimonthly, 141: 4-11.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2007). The Convergence of Senior Civil Service System. EurAmerica, 37, 4: 635-679.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2006). How Taiwan Government Transformed and Developed: Learning from OECD Experiences. Personnel Monthly, 42, 2: 35-62.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). Reform Approach of the Taiwan Examination System: Learning from Foreign Experience. National Elite, 1, 3: 35-62.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). Institutional Proposal for Taiwan Senior Civil Service. Examination and Personnel Quarterly, 42: 18-43.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). Holistic Governance: Theory and Institutional Strategies. Political Science Review, 23: 71-100.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2003). Dutch Senior Public Service. Examination and Personnel Quarterly, 37: 112-130.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2003). The Future and Challenges of Public Administration Study. Selected Readings on Public Administration and Management, 17: 1-15.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2003). Analysis on UK Public Sector Pay Reform. Political Science Review, 18: 71-100.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2001). The Virtual Distinction between Politics and Administration: From the Politics/Administration Dichotomy to an Ideal Type. Political Science Review, 16: 89-118.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2001). Cutting the Parliamentary Size in Half? A View from the OECD Experience.Political Science Review, 15: 171-190.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2001). Is Presidential System a Good Institution? Political Science Review, 14: 75-106.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2000). The British Agency System: Its Organization and Implementation. EurAmerica, 30, 3: 89-141.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng & Tan Chuan-Bao. (1998). On the Bill of Personnel Ceiling of Central Government Agencies. Journal of Legislative Yuan, 26, 9: 83-100.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1998). Model of Senior Civil Service Recruitment, Selection and Training. PoliticalScience Review, 9: 329-362.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1995). Strategies and Practices of Public Service Downsizing. Issue and Study, 34, 12: 84-101.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1995). Flexible Management of the Civil Service: American Experience and its Implications. EurAmerica, 25, 4: 77-113.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1995). Comparison on the Congressional Campaign Expenses of the Republic of China and the United States. EurAmerica, 25, 1: 1-35.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1992). President Lee.s Rise to Power and His Reform. Issues & Studies, 28, 6: 59-69.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1990). On Zbigniew Brzezinski.s Arguments on the Survivability and Failure of Communism. Political Science Review, 1: 277-282.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1987). Vocational Values among American Federal Senior Executives (1979-1980).Social Science Review, 35: 111-131.

B. Conference Papers

  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2016). The Application of Government Service Quality Award to Motivate Innovative Policy. Paper presented at the conference on Cross-Strait Academic Forum on Policy Innovation, September 3, 2016, Taipei: College of Social Science, NTU.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2015). Rule of Fifteen Departments? A Convergence Theory of Governmental Organization. Paper presented at the "2015 Annual Conference of IASIA," July 6-10, 2015, Paris, France: IASIA.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2015), & B. X. Huang. (2015). The Case Study of New Taipei City Government's Safety Networks for High-Risk Families. Paper presented at the conference on 2015 Taiwan Association for Schools of Public Administration and Affairs, May 22-23, 2015, Taipei: Graduate Institute of Public Affairs, National Taiwan University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2014). The Reserch on Factors Influencing Subjective Well-Being. Paper presented at the conference on Rethinking on Global Democracy in Practice: Dilemma, Challenge and Breakthrough, December 6-7, 2014, Taipei: Taiwan Political Science Association.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2014). The Development of Service Nonprofit Organizations in China: Case Study of Tzu Chi Foundation. Paper presented at the conference on The 2nd Corss-Strait Academic Forum on Public Governance, October 30-November 1, 2014, Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2012). The Decade Review of the Studies on Administrative Organization and Civil Service in Taiwan. Paper presented at the conference on Political Science: The State of the Discipline, August 6-7, 2012, Taipei: Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2012). The Cross-Strait Analysis of Public Governance Think Tanks. Paper presented at the converence on Think Tanks Across Taiwan Strait Forum, June 17-19, 2012, China, Fujian: Development Research Center of Fujian Provincial People's Government.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2011). The Establishment of Regression Model on Manpower Rationalization for Prosecution Agency in Taiwan. Paper presented at the Nineteenth AEPP International Conference, October 5-7, 2011, Hawaii: AEPP, Honolulu. (with Ri-sharng Chiang and Jose Chiu-C. Chen)
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2011). Senior Civil Service Training System in Taiwanl. Paper presented at the International Conference on Training of High-level Civil Servants on World Trends, July 25-26, 2011, Taipei: Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2011). The Strategy of Enhancing Competitiveness--Taiwan and Mainland to Achieve a Complementary Competition in International Competition. Paper presented at the Conference on 2nd Cross- Strait Competitiveness Forum, July 18, 2011, Taipei: Taiwan Competitiveness Forum.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2011). Act Governing the Total Number of Civil Servants Employed by Central Government Agencies: Ideals and Practices. Paper presented at the Conference on 2011 International Conference of Democratic Governance and Development of Public Affairs, May 24, 2011, Taipei: National Taipei University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2010). Civil Service System Training Reform: Review of Euro-America Experience. Paper presented at the Conference on HRD Forum of Cross-Straits Area, September 24, 2010, Taipei: National Academy of Civil Service.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2010). Promoting Taiwan Competitiveness through Constitutional Reform. Paper presented at the Global, Cross-strait, Taiwan: 70 Birthday of Professor Cheng-wen Tsai Academic Seminar, May 29, 2010, Taipei: Preparatory Committee for 70 Birthday of Professor Cheng-wen Tsai.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2010). Establishing Senior Civil Service System. Paper presented at the Conference on International Experience of Senior Civil Service Systems, May 28, 2010, Taipei: Taiwan Association for Schools of Public Administration and Affairs.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2009). Reform of the Civil Service Examination System. Paper presented at the Conference on Review and Outlook of the Civil Service Examination System, December 18, 2009, Taipei: The Examination Yuan of ROC.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2009). Experience of OECD Senior Civil Service Systems. Paper presented at the Conference on Training Senior Civil Servants, December 16, 2009, Taipei: The Central Personnel Administration of R.O.C. & National Policy Foundation.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2007). The Gender Equality Issues of UK Civil Service System. Paper presented at the Conference on Gender Equality in Europe and the United States: Work, Family, and Policy, November 9, 2007, Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2007). One Country, One E-Government Portal. Paper presented at the “2007 International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA) Annual Conference,” July 9-14, 2007, IASIA, Abu Dahbi, UAE.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2006). On Ideal Type of Senior Civil Service Structure. Paper presented at the 2006 International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA) Annual Conference, July 5-8, 2006, Warsaw, Poland: IASIA.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). On Methods and Techniques of the Civil Service Examination. Paper presented at the 2005 Conference on Examination System: no.6 Legal System of Civil Service Examination, December 26, 2005, Taipei: Ministry of Examination & Department of Public Administration and Policy.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). Strategies to Build Up Holistic Governance. Paper presented at the International Conference on Network of Asia-Pacific Schools and Institutes of Public Administration and Governance (NAPSIPAG) Annual Conference 2005, December 5-7, 2005, Beijing: Asian Development Bank.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). Are the Senior Civil Service System Converging? Paper presented at the Conference on Governance Theories and Practices in European and American Countries, October 21, 2005, Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). Development of U.S. Federal Performance Appraisal System. Paper presented at the Seminar and Demonstration on Performance Management and Performance-Based Pay in Government Agencies, June 24, 2005, Taipei: Central Personnel Administration & Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2004). Performance Evaluation System of American President’s Management Agenda. Paper presented at the Conference on Issues and Vision: Performance Management System, December 30, 2004, Taipei: Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2004). Research Issues and Prospects of Electronic Government. Paper presented at the Conference on Public Servants Competence in Electronic Government Age, December 11, 2004, Taipei: Department of Public Administration and Policy, National Taipei University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2004). Directions of Administrative Development of the New American Administration. Paper presented at the Conference on 2004 American Presidential Election, November 23, 2004, Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica & Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2004). Review of Taiwan Veterans Affairs Commission in the Past 50 Years: The Establishment of Veterans Assistance System. Paper presented at the Conference on 50 Years of The Veterans Affairs Commission, October 15, 2004, Taipei: The Veterans Affairs Commission, Executive Yuan, R.O.C. & Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2004). Constructing Active Civil Service. Paper presented at the Conference on 2004 Chinese Political Science Annual Conference, September 18-19, 2004, Taipei: Chinese Political Science.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng & Wen-Yei Wang. (2004). Interactive Governance: Democracy in Digital Age. Paper presented at the Conference on Issues and Vision: Digital Taiwan Policies, June 5, 2004, Taipei: Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University & Hsuan Chuang University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2002). On Public Personnel Policy Reform. Paper presented at the Current Major Public Policy Forum, December 7, 2002, Taipei: Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2002). Governmental Core Functions and Reorganization: The Case of the Homeland Security Department. Paper presented at the International Conference on Changes of US Government and Policy after the September 11th Attacks, December 5-6, 2002, Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2002). From Electronic Government to Online Governance: U.S. versus Taiwan. Paper presented at the International Conference on Reform in Public Administration and Social Services in Asia, November 7-9, 2002, Macao, China: Macao Polytechnic Institute.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1996). Communicational System between Department of Defense and Congress: Comparison between the Republic of China and the United States Military and Society, January 7, 1996, Taipei: INPR.

C. Book Chapters

  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2013). The Decade Review of the Studies on Administrative Organization and Civil Service in Taiwan. In Y. S. Wu, J. W. Lin, & T. K. Leng (Eds.), Political Science: The State of the Discipline(pp. 267-281). Taipei: Wu-Nan Book Inc.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1998). Utilization of American Public Sector Human Resources. In Tsao Jiun-Han (Ed.),Conference on Sino-American Resources Distribution Policy: An Evaluative Perspective (pp. 313-350). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1992). Changing Roles of American Congressional Staff. In Zheng Zhe-Min (Ed.), U.S. Congress: Institution and Operations (pp. 125-156). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1991). On the Institution of Examination Yuan. In Gene Chih-jen (Ed.), Proposals on Constitutional Reform (pp. 124-135). Taipei: College of Law, National Chengchi University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1991). Analysis on the Interchange and Visits between the Republic of China and the United States (1987-1989). In Editorial Group of Sino-American Relations Reports (Ed.), Sino-American Relations: 1988-1989 (pp. 155-180). Taipei: Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng & Chien-Pin Li. (1991). Myth or Reality: The Mutual Interest in Sino-American Relationship. In Editorial Group of Sino-American Relations Reports (Ed.), Sino-American Relations, 1979-1989 (pp. 99-120), Taipei: Institute of American Culture Studies, Academia Sinica.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1990). Factors of Administrative Reorganization: Experiences of the Republic of China and the United States. In Tsai Chen-wen (Ed.), Political Development of the Republic of China (pp. 121-146). Taipei: Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1990). Legal System of American Federal Civil Service. In Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, Executive Yuan (Ed.), Research on Civil Service Basic Standard Law (pp. 386-408). Taipei: Research, Development, and Evaluation Commission, Executive Yuan.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1989). Analysis on the Interchange and Visits between the Republic of China and the United States (1985-1987). In Editorial Group of Sino-American Relations Reports (Ed.), Sino-American Relations: 1985-1987 (pp. 137-167). Taipei: Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1989). Political Appointment during American Presidential Transitional Periods. In Sun Tung-hsun (Ed.), Essays on the Operation of American Presidential System (pp. 105-134). Taipei: Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1986). Analysis on the Interchange and Visits between the Republic of China and the United States (1983-1985). In Editorial Group of Sino-American Relations Reports (Ed.), Sino-American Relations: 1983-1985 (pp. 69-90). Taipei: Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica.

D. Books

  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1995). Civil Service Performance Appraisal: The Link between Agency and Civil Servants, Nantou, Taiwan: Research and Development Council, Taiwan Provincial Government.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1989). Human Resources of the Retired Civil Servants, Nantou, Taiwan: Research and Development Council, Taiwan Provincial Government.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng, Miao Chuan-gi, Kuo Mou-chin, & Tsai Lian-wen. (1989). Public Personnel Administration. Taipei: National Open University.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1987). American Federal Senior Executives: An Analysis of Their Motivational Changes, 1979-1980. Taipei: Institute of American Culture Studies, Academia Sinica.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1982). Samuel Huntington’s Political Development Theory. Taipei: Yun-chen.

E. Editing

  • Thomas C. P. Peng (Ed.). (1996). Civil Service Systems: National Comparisons. Taipei: Institution of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng (Ed.). (1994). American Political Parties and Interest Groups. Taipei: Institution of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng (Ed.). (1989). Essays on the Operation of American Presidential System. Taipei: Institution of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.

F. Translations

  • Thomas C. P. Peng (Trans.). (2007). Public Management and Politics: Senior Bureaucrats in France,National Elites, 3, 4: 109-130.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng (Trans.). (2005). Senior Civil Service System. Taipei: Ministry of Civil Service.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng (Trans.). (1987). Political Principles (Ch. 51-61). Taipei: National Assembly.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng (Trans.). (1983). Political Science Vol. 5─Political Institution and Process. Taipei: Youth Cultural Company.

G. Research Reports

  • Thomas C. P. Peng, Irving Yi-Feng Huang, and Chun-Da Lee. (2016). A Feasibility Study on Staged Test for Civil Servants' Examinations (Ministry of Examination).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2016). A Study on the Strategies and Feasibility for the Operation of Think Tank in Taipei City Government (Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, Taipei City Government).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2016). Forward Planning of Social Development Policies in Taiwan (National Development Council).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2016). The Feasibility Analysis of Administrative Corporation or Foundation in Chemical Material Registration System (Environmental Protection Administration Executive Yuan, Executor: Sinotech Engineering Services, LTD).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2016). The Study on the Reform of Personnel System of Taiwan Firefights Organization (National Fire Agency, Ministry of the Interior).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2016). The Planning of the National Development Plan (2017-2020) (National Development Council).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2015). The Feasibility Study of Administrative Corporation or Foundation in Chemical Material Registration System (Environmental Protection Administration Executive Yuan, Executor: Sinotech Engineering Consultants, LTD).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2015). The Strategic Planning of Integration with the Third Sector in Implementing Social Housing Policy (Directorate-General of Personnel Administration, Executive Yuan).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2015). Establishing Professional Evaluation Mechanism on Economic, Social, Financial Benefits for Taipei City Public Construction Project (Department of Finance, Taipei City Government).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2014). The Study on Evaluation and Strategy of Central Government of ROC for Total Quantity Management of Manpower Application (Directorate-General of Personnel Administration Executive Yuan).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2014). The Policy Planning Research on Taiwan Marital and Childbearing/Childrearing Attitudes of Young Adults (The Ministry of Interior).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng (2014). The Study on Non-Seniority Based Compensation Structure for Academic Faculties in Universities (The Ministry of Education).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2014). A Feasibility Study of Characteristics Restructuring of Administrative Organizations (Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, Executive Yuan).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2013). The Study on Phenomenon and Policy of Late Marriages/Non-Marriages in Taiwan (The Ministry of Interior).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2012). Comparative Analysis on Functions and Structure of Central Governments in Developed Countries (Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, Executive Yuan).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2012). Planning and Development of the Council of Marine Affairs (Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, Executive Yuan).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2012). Research on Happiness Index Building (Taiwan Foundation for Democracy).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2012). Research on the Draft of Preschool Educate Act (The Ministry of Education).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2012). Research on Integrqative Evaluation Mechanism for Middle- and Long-Range Plan in Taiwan (Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, Executive Yuan).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2011). Research on Different Ways of Teachers (Research Fellows) and Public Servants (Research, Development and Evaluation Commission).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2010). The Study of Model on Manpower Rationalization for Prosecution Agency in Taiwan (The Ministry of Justice).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2010). The Proposal of Bonus System for Employees without Qualifications of Public Servants in National Health Insurance Administration After System's Reformation (National Health Insurance Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare.
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2009). Feasibility Study of National Administration Institute (Civil Service Development Institute, Central Personnel Administration).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2009). Reform Measures of Human Resources in Taiwan (Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, Executive Yuan).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2008). Reemployment Problems fo Retired Public Employees and Teachers (Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, Executive Yuan).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2008). Performance Measurement System of Non-profit Organizations (Yonglin Foundation).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). Theoretical Roadmap of “Electronic Government” Research (The National Science Council).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). Feasibility Study on the Administrative Institution Transformation of Public Radio Stations (The Central Personnel Administration).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). Organizational Study of Bureau of Labor Insurance (The Bureau of Labor Insurance).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2005). Selection and Appointment of Senior Civil Servants (The Examination Yuan).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2004). On Taiwan’s Administrative Governance Model, Sub-project 7 of Reviewing SARS Related Issues (The National Science Council).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2004). Security Clearance System of Civil Servants (Central Personnel Administration).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2004). Holistic Governance: Theory and Strategies (The National Science Council).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng (co-researcher). (2004). Organizational Design and Personnel Management System of Public Bodies (Central Personnel Administration).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2003). Draft on Law of the Veterants Rights (The Veterants Affairs Commission).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2002). Public Pay-Setting Mechanism and Pay Reform in the U.S. and European Countries (The National Science Council).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (2001). Study on Organizational Restructuring of the Ministry of Foreign Affaris, (The Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng (co-researcher). (1995). Human Resources of the Taiwan Public Administration Study, part of the National Science Council’s Project─Human Resources of Taiwan Political Science Study (The National Science Council).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1995). Communicational Channels between the Ministry of Defense and the Parliament (The Ministry of Defense).
  • Thomas C. P. Peng. (1994). Adjudication System on the Issues of Political Party (The Ministry of Interior).

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Updated: 2017/03/28

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