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CURRICULUM VITAEKUOTSAI “TOM” LIOUOFFICE ADDRESSSchool of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, Downtown Campus, Room 448S, W.Livingston Street, Orlando, FL 32801. [email protected] The University of Oklahoma, 1987 (Public Management and Policy)M.P.A. The University of Oklahoma, 1984 (Public Budgeting and Finance)B. A. Chinese Culture University, 1979 (Urban Affairs – Administration, Economics, and Planning)HONOR, AWARD, AND RECOGNITIONUniversity of Central FloridaLuminary Award, October 2018Recognition for notable accomplishments in research, scholarship, or creative activity. TheLuminary Award is designed to shine a light on exceptional faculty whose work is advancingtheir discipline and making a difference.National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) Elected as a Fellow of NAPA (2014 – Present)American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) Elected as Vice President for the national ASPA in 2010; Served as President Elect in 2011, andas President of the ASPA in 2012-2013 Received the Chester Newland Presidential Citation of Merit Award in 2016, 2014 and 2002 (“forengaging in activities toward improved public perception of the public service and advocacy onbehalf of public service”). Received the Academic Excellence Award from the Central Florida Chapter, 2010Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA, formerly NationalAssociation of Schools of Public Administration and Affairs) Received the Pi Alpha Alpha Chapter Advisor Award of Excellence, October 16, 2009,Washington DC – “In recognition of outstanding contributions in support of a Pi Alpha Alphachapter as a chapter advisor and in pursuit of Pi Alpha Alpha’s goals of scholarship, leadership,and excellence in graduate education in public affairs and administration.” Received the Leslie A. Whittington Excellence in Teaching Award – Honorable Mention,October 11, 2007, Seattle, Washington (“In recognition of outstanding contributions to educationfor public service through excellence in teaching”)Southeastern Conference for Public Administration (SECoPA) Received the Senator Peter B. Boorsma Award, September 25, 2008, Orlando, Florida (“Inrecognition of his efforts over many years to enhance excellence in public administration theoryand practices through exchanges and dialogues among academicians and practitioners from

different countries”).University of Central Florida Received the Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, College of Health and Public Affairs,April 26, 2006 Received the University Professional Service Award, April 5, 2006Florida Atlantic University Received the Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, 1994 - the first TIP recipient in theCollege of Urban and Public Affairs for outstanding graduate teaching performancePROFESSIONAL POSITIONProfessor, August 1999 – present (tenured) School of Public Administration, University of CentralFlorida, Orlando, FloridaDirector, Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program, August 2015 – 2016, School of PublicAdministration, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FloridaCoordinator, Pi Alpha Alpha program, August 2006 – August 2013, Department of PublicAdministration, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FloridaCoordinator, MPA Program, August 2008 – August 2009, Department of Public Administration,University of Central Florida, Orlando, FloridaCoordinator, MPA program, August 2004 – August 2005, Department of Public Administration,University of Central Florida, Orlando, FloridaCoordinator, Graduate Certificate Program in Urban and Regional Planning, August 2001 – August 2004,Department of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FloridaCoordinator, Graduate Certificate Program in Public Administration, January 1999 – August 2003,Department of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FloridaCoordinator, 2000-2003, Ph.D. Program in Public Affairs (Major: Public Administration), College ofHealth and Public Affairs, University of Central Florida, FloridaChair, August 1997 – August 2003, Department of Public Administration, University of Central Florida,Orlando, FloridaAssociate Professor, August 1996 - July 1998 (Tenured), Department of Public Administration,University of Central Florida, Orlando, FloridaDirector, Ph.D. program, August 1994 - May 1995, School of Public Administration, Florida AtlanticUniversity, Fort Lauderdale, FloridaDirector, MPA program, August 1994 - May 1995, School of Public Administration, Florida AtlanticUniversity, Fort Lauderdale, FloridaAssociate Professor, August 1994 - August 1996 (Tenured), School of Public Administration, FloridaAtlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, FloridaAssistant Professor, August 1990 - May 1994, School of Public Administration, Florida AtlanticUniversity, Fort Lauderdale, FloridaVisiting Assistant Professor, August 1989 - May 1990, College of Business and Public Administration,Drake University, Des Moines, IowaADMINISTRATION/COORDINATOR ACHIEVEMENTA. Chair, Department of Public Administration, UCF 1997-2003Faculty and Office Management: Supervising 11 faculty members, 2 staff members, and 4 doctoralgraduate assistants.Budget Management: Managing a department budget of 900,000.

Program Development:(1) Completed the Florida State University System Five-Year Program Review (1992-1997) andpreparing the 14 Proviso Measure Report.(2) Received the first NASPAA accreditation for the MPA program (1998-2004).(3) Developed 6 new programs: a Graduate Certificate Program in Public Administration, aGraduate Certificate Program in Nonprofit Management, a Graduate Certificate in Urban andRegional Planning, an Undergraduate Certificate Program in Nonprofit Management, anUndergraduate Minor in Urban and Regional Planning, and an Undergraduate Minor inEmergency Management.Grant/Contract Promotion: Improved the number of grant/contract proposals and grant amounts.Enrollment Management: Increased Student Credit Hours for both Undergraduate and GraduatePrograms between 1997 and 2003.Curriculum Improvement: Offering web-based curriculum and scheduling many elective Courses forboth Undergraduate and Graduate Programs; offering Courses in the area of NonprofitManagement, Urban and Regional Planning, and Emergency Management.B. Coordinator/Director, MPA Program, UCF, 2004-2005, 2008-2009, 2015-2016Served as the Coordinator for the MPA program and assisted the MPA reaccreditation in 20042005 to support the reaccreditation of MPA program.Served as the Coordinator for the MPA program and advised about 150 MPA students in 20082009 to support the new department chair (Dr. Mary Ann Feldheim).Serving as the Director of the MPA program and developed a new MPA/MSCJ Joint DegreeProgram in 2015-16 to support the new SPA director and develop a new MPA/MS CriminalJustice joint degree program.C. Coordinator, Public Administration Major, Ph.D. in Public Affairs, UCFServed as the Coordinator for doctoral students of public administration in the Ph.D. of PublicAffairs Program.D. Director, Ph.D. Program, FAUPh.D. Program: Advised about 50 Doctoral Students; Evaluated the Performance of 10 Teaching andResearch Assistants; Arranged Comprehensive Exams for 6 Students; Revised Ph.D. PolicyManual.E. Director, MPA. Program, FAUMPA Program: Advised approximately 130 MPA students; Revised MPA Policy Manual; Conducteda Ten-year Market Analysis for the MPA Program.Executive Certificate Program: Advised approximately 50 Students in the Executive CertificateProgram in Public Management.PUBLICATIONSAreas: Organizational Management, Administrative Reform, Development GovernanceA.BooksKapucu, N. & Liou, K. T. (Eds.) 2014. Disaster & Development: Examining Global Issues and Cases.New York, NY: Springer. (ISBN 978-3-319-04467-5) (25 chapters, 469 pages).Liou, K. T. (Ed.). 2002. Managing Economic Development in Asia: From Economic Miracle to FinancialCrisis. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publication Group, Inc. (ISBN 0-275-96429) (11 chapters, 300pages).Liou, K. T. (Ed.). 2001. Handbook of Public Management Practice and Reform. NY: Marcel Dekker, Inc.3

(ISBN 0-8247-0249-0) (35 chapters, 787 pages).Liou, K. T. (Ed.). 2000. Administrative Reform and National Economic Development. Aldershot: AshgatePublishing Limited (ISBN 1-84014-421-1) (12 chapters, 303 pages).Liou, K. T. (Ed.). 1998. Handbook of Economic Development. NY: Marcel Dekker, Inc (ISBN 0-82470181-X) (34 chapters, 746 pages).Liou, K. T. 1998. Managing Economic Reforms in Post-Mao China. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger(ISBN 0-275-95792-6) (8 chapters, 169 pages).B.Book ChaptersLiou, K. T. and Kapucu. N. 2014. Disaster and Development: Lessons and Implications from GlobalCases and Issues. In Kapucu, N. and Liou, K. T. (Eds.), Disaster and Development: ExaminingGlobal Issues and Cases (pp. 447-457), New York, NY: Springer.Kapucu, N. and Liou, K. T. 2014. Disaster and Development: Investigating an Integrated Framework. InKapucu, N. and Liou, K. T. (Eds.), Disaster and Development: Examining Global Issues andCases (pp. 1-15), New York, NY: Springer.Liou, K. T. 2012. Public Ethics Values and Service-Oriented Government. In Wu, W. (Ed.) BuildingService-Oriented Government (pp. 27-35). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company, Inc.Liou, K. T. 2009. Governance Issues in Social Development. Public Management in the 21st Century:Opportunities and Challenges (pp. 73-81). Edited by Public Administration Research Center ofZhongshan University (Proceedings of the Second International Conference in Macau. Shanghai:Shanghai People’s Publisher. ISBN: 978-7-5432-1498-9Liou, K. T. 2006. Critical Issues in the E-Government Development: Management and Policy Concerns.In Holzer, M., Zhang, M., and Dong, K. (Eds.), Frontiers of Public Administration (pp.37-43).Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Productivity. ISBN: 0-942942-05-1Liou, K. T. 2006. Economic Development: Governance Concepts and Issues. In Rabin, J. (Ed.), theEncyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy (Revised Edition). NY: Taylor &Francis Group.Liou, K. T. 2004. Government and Business Relations in China’s Development. In Dong, K. (Ed.), PublicGovernance and System Innovation (pp. 113-130). Beijing: Renmin University PressLiou. K. T. 2002. Managing Economic Development in Taiwan. in Liou, K. T. (Ed.), ManagingEconomic Development in Asia: From Economic Miracle to Financial Crisis (pp. 125-148).Westport, CT: Greenwood Publication Group, Inc.Liou, K. T. 2002. Governance Issues in Economic Development. In Rabin, J. (Ed.), the Encyclopedia ofPublic Administration and Public Policy. NY: Marcel Dekker, Inc.Liou, K. T.; Feldheim, M. A. and Wang, X. 2002. Orange County, Florida’s Targeted CommunityInitiative Program. In Redburn, F. S. and Buss, T. F. (Eds.), Public Policies for DistressedCommunities Revised (pp. 211-218). NY: Lexington Books.Liou, K. T. 2001. Foreign Direct Investment in the American States: Policy and Managerial Issues. inClark, C. and Montjoy, R. S. (Eds.), Globalization’s Impact on Sate-Local EconomicDevelopment Policy (pp. 35-51). Huntingtton, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.Liou, K. T. 2001. Introduction. In Liou, K. T. (Ed.), Handbook of Public Management Practice andReform (pp. xv-xix). NY: Marcel Dekker.Liou, K. T. 2001. Economic Development Policy and Public Management. In Liou, K. T. (Ed.),Handbook of Public Management Practice and Reform (pp. 405-430). NY: Marcel Dekker.Liou, K. T. 2000. Linking Administrative Reform to Economic Development: Issues and the NationalExperience. In Liou, K. T. (Ed.), Administrative Reform and National Economic Development(pp. 1-18). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Limited.4

Liou, K. T. 2000. Strategic Management and Economic Development. In Rabin, et al. (Eds.), Handbookof Strategic Management (pp. 461-474) (2nd Ed.). NY: Marcel Dekker.Liou, K. T. 1998. Policy and Managerial Issues in National and Local Economic Development. In Liou,K. T. (Ed.), Handbook of Economic Development (pp. 1-20). NY: Marcel Dekker.Liou, K. T. 1993. An Analysis of Budgetary Performance in the G-7 Industrialized Nations, 1980-1989.In Lynch, T. D. and Martin, L. L. (Eds.). Handbook of Comparative Public Budgeting andFinancial Management (pp. 69-85). NY: Marcel Dekker, Inc.C.Refereed Journal ArticlesHsieh, J. Y. & Liou, K. T. 2020. Exploring the Drivers and Catalysts f Intra-agency Collaboration in theLocal Service Delivery. Chinese Public Administration Review 11(2), 75-88.Liou, K. T. & Wang. X. 2019. Managerial Value, Financial Condition, and Downsizing Reform: A Studyof U.S. City Governments. Public Personnel Management 48(4), 471-492.Liou, K. T. 2019. Technology application and Police Management: Issues and Challenges, InternationalJournal of Organization Theory & Behavior 22(2), 191-208.Liou, K. T. and Hu, Q. 2019. Technology Development and Public Organization Management,International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior 22(2) pp. 114-122. (SymposiumIntroduction)Hsieh, J. Y. & Liou, K. T. 2018. Collaborative Leadership and Organizational Performance: Assessingthe Structural Relation in a Public Service Agency. Review of Public Personnel Administration38(1), 83-109.Liou, K. T. & Feldheim, M. 2018. Implementing Downsizing Reforms in County Governments. PublicAdministration Quarterly 42(1), 32-58.Liou, K. T. 2017. Government Reform, Public Governance and Chinese Economic Development. Journalof Chinese Governance 2(3), 255-279.Lee, P-C., Chen, C-M., & Liou, K. T. 2015. Using Citizens’ Leadership Behaviors to Enhance WorkerMotivation: Reducing Perceived Social Loafing in a Coproductive Tax Service Program. PublicPerformance and Management Review 39(1), 172-197.Liou, K. T. 2013. The Financial Crisis and the Challenge of Government Regulation. PublicPerformance and Management Review 37(2), 208-221.Liou, K. T. 2013. Improving Financial and Regulatory Management. Public Performance andManagement Review 37(2), 199-207. (Symposium Introduction)Liou, K.T., Xue, L., & Dong, K. 2012. China’s Administration and Civil Service Reform. Review ofPublic Personnel Administration 32(2), 108-114. (Symposium Introduction)Xue, L. & Liou, K. T. 2012. Government Reform in China: Concepts and Reform Cases. Review ofPublic Personnel Administration 32(2), 115-133.Liou, K. T. 2012 Incentive Policies and China’s Economic Development: Change and Challenge. Journalof Public Budgeting, Accounting and Financial Management 24(1), 114-135.Liou, K. T. 2011. Public Budgeting and Finance Reform in China. Journal of Public Budgeting,Accounting and Financial Management 23(4), 535-543. (Symposium Introduction)Liou, K. T. & Wu, J. 2010. Government-Business Relations in China’s Economic Development.International Journal of Organizational Theory and Behavior 13(3), 354-377.Liou, K. T. 2010. Privatization Development in Taiwan: Background and Issues. Public AdministrationQuarterly 34(1), 3-21.Liou, K. T. 2009. Local Economic Development in China and the United States: Strategies and Issues.Public Administration Review 69(S1), S29-S37.Wang, X. & Liou, K.T. 2009. Assessing the Change in Financial Condition: An Analysis of Panel Data5

for U.S. States. Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting and Financial Management 21(2), 165197.Liou, K. T. & Korosec, R. L 2009. Implementing Organizational Reform Strategies in StateGovernments. Public Administration Quarterly 33(3), 429-433.Liou, K. T. 2008. E-Government Development and China’s Administrative Reform. InternationalJournal of Public Administration 31(1), 76-95.Liou, K. T. 2008. Critical Issues in China’s Government Reforms. International Journal of PublicAdministration 31(1), 1-4. (Symposium Introduction)Liou, K.T. 2007. Applying Good Governance Concepts to Promote Local Economic Development:Contribution and Challenge. International Journal of Economic Development 9(1-2), 1-31.Liou, K. T. 2007. Changes and Challenges in Regulatory Reform. International Journal of PublicAdministration 30(3): 271-288.Liou, K. T. 2007. Changes and Challenges in Public Management Reforms. International Journal ofPublic Administration 30(3), 227-230. (Symposium Introduction)Liou, K. T. 2004. The Review of MPA Accreditation in the United States. Chinese MPA Newsletter 5, 4655 (in Chinese).Liou, K. T. 2002. Critical Issues in MPA Education: Techniques, Values and Professionalism. ChineseMPA Newsletter 2, 30-38 (in Chinese)Liou, K. T. 2001. Governance and Economic Development. International Journal of PublicAdministration 24(10), 1005-1022.Liou, K. T. 2000. State-Society Relations in Post-Mao Chinese Economic Reforms: Changes andChallenges. International Journal of Economic Development 2(1), 132-154.Liou, K. T. 2000. Applying Strategic Management to Economic Development: Benefits and Challenges.International Journal of Public Administration 23(9), 1621-1649.Liou, K. T. 2000. Regional and Local Economic Development Issues in the United States. InternationalJournal of Public Administration 23(9), 1531-1539.Liou, K. T. 2000. Economic Development Policy in Taiwan: Achievements, Challenges, andImplications. International Journal of Public Administration 23(10), 1719-1747.Liou, K. T. 1999. Local Economic Development Financing: Issues and Findings. Journal of PublicBudgeting, Accounting, and Financial Management 11(3), 387-397.Feldheim, M. A., & Liou, K. T. 1999. Downsizing Trust. [email protected]@gement 2(3), 55-67.Liou, K. T. 1999. Administrative Reform and Economic Development: Concepts, Issues, and the NationalExperience. Policy Studies Review 16(2), 1-18.Liou, K. T. 1999. Retrospective and Perspective on China's Administrative Reform. International Journalof Public Administration 22(6), 955-974.Liou, K. T. 1999. Strategies and Lessons of Chinese Post-Mao Economic Reforms. Policy Studies Review16(1), 183-208.Liou, K. T. 1998. Strategic Planning and Economic Development: Concepts and Issues. PublicAdministration Quarterly 22(3), 267-276.Liou, K. T. 1998. Employee Turnover Intention and Professional Orientation: An Analysis of DetentionWorkers. Public Administration Quarterly 22(2), 161-175.Liou, K. T. 1998. Administrative Development Issues in China's Economic Reform. International Journalof Public Administration 21(9), 1205-1221. (Symposium Introduction)Liou, K. T. 1998. The Role of Government in Economic Development: The Chinese Experience.International Journal of Public Administration 21(9), 1257-1283.Liou, K. T. 1997. Employee Job Stress in the AIDS Service Organization: A Study of Personal and JobFactors. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration 20(2), 242-253.Liou, K. T. 1997. Issues and Lessons of Chinese Civil Service Reform. Public Personnel Management26(4), 505-513.6

Liou, K. T. 1997. An Analysis of Employees' Job Involvement in a Community-Based AIDS ServiceOrganization. Journal of Health and Human Resources Administration 19(3), 304-318.Liou, K. T., & Savage, E. G. 1996. Citizen Perception of Community Policing Impact. PublicAdministration Quarterly 20(2), 163-179.Liou, K. T. 1995. Role Stress and Job Stress among Detention Care Workers. Criminal Justice andBehavior 22(4), 425-436.Liou, K. T. 1995. Dimensions of Professional Orientation among Detention Care Workers: A Study ofPersonal and Job Factors. New England Journal of Human Services 8(1), 20-27.Bazemore, G., & Liou, K. T. 1995. Lessons of Organizational Reform: A Case Study in Policy ChangeStaff Impact in a Secure Detention Facility. Administration in Social Work 19(2), 25-45.Liou, K. T. 1995. Understanding Employee Commitment in the Public Organization: A Study of theJuvenile Detention Center. International Journal of Public Administration 18(8), 1269-1295.Liou, K. T. 1995. The Professional Orientation and Organizational Commitment among PublicEmployees: An Empirical Study of Detention Workers. Journal of Public AdministrationResearch and Theory 5(2), 231-246.Liou, K. T. 1994. The Viability and Adoptability of Presidential Line-Item Veto: The Perceptions ofProfessional Experts. Public Budgeting and Financial Management 6(3), 357-371.Liou, K. T. 1994. Balanced Budget Constitutional Amendment as a Budgetary Reform Idea: ThePerception from Public Budgeting Researchers. American Review of Public Administration 24(4),429-438.Liou, K. T., & Bazemore, G. 1994. Professional Orientation and Job Involvement among Detention CareWorkers. Public Administration Quarterly 18(2), 223-236.Liou, K. T., & Cruise, P. L. 1994. Assessing Employees Attitudes in a Community-Based AIDS ServiceOrganization. Evaluation & the Health Professions 17(3), 273-289.Liou, K. T. 1994. The Performance of State-Owned Enterprises in Taiwan. International Journal ofPublic Administration 17(8), 1459-1484.Liou, K. T. 1994. Employee Commitment to the AIDS Service Organization: A Study of theComprehensive AIDS Program in Palm Beach County, Florida. American Review of PublicAdministration 24(2), 193-205.Liou, K. T., & Dicker, T. J. 1994. The Effect of the Growth Management Act on Local ComprehensivePlanning Expenditures: The South Florida Experience. Public Administration Review 54(3), 239244.Liou, K. T. 1994. The Effect of Professional Orientation on Job Stress: The Case of Detention CareWorkers. Review of Public Personnel Administration 14(1), 52-63.Liou, K. T., & Nyhan, R. C. 1994. Dimensions of Organizational Commitment in the Public Sector: AnEmpirical Assessment. Public Administration Quarterly 18(1), 99-118.Lynch, T. D., & Liou, K. T. 1993. Perceptions on Federal Budget Reforms: Public BudgetingResearchers' View. Public Budgeting & Finance 13(2), 56-65.Cruise, P. L., & Liou, K. T. 1993. AIDS Case Management: A Study of an Innovative Health ServicesProgram in Palm Beach County, Florida. Journal of Health and Human ResourcesAdministration 16(1), 96-110.Liou, K. T. 1993. Foreign Direct Investment in the United States: Trends, Motives, and the StateExperience. American Review of Public Administration 23(1), 1-17.Liou, K. T. 1992. Privatizing State-owned Enterprises: The Taiwan Experience. International Review ofAdministrative Sciences 58(3), 403-419.Liou, K. T. 1992. Public Budgeting and Financial Management Research in the 1980s: A ContentAnalysis of Public Administration Literature. Public Budgeting and Financial Management 4(3),645-665.Liou, K. T., Sylvia, R. D., & Brunk, G. G. 1990. Non-work Factors and Job Satisfaction Revisited."7

Human Relations 43(1), 77-86.Liou, K. T. 1988. The Impact of Computing on Public Organizations: Productivity and Power. Researchand Evaluation 12(7), 50-56 (in Chinese).Liou, K. T. 1988. The Evaluation of the American Congressional Budgeting System. America Monthly3(4), 109-112 (in Chinese).GRANTS AND CONTRACTSResearch Grant (Co-PI, with M. Reynolds and R. Eaglin) “PSTC: Seminole County Integrated Planningand Support Services.” Florida. (August 2003 – August 2005) Total: 467,304 (Liou: 93,460).Technical Assistance Project (Co-PI, with C. F. Baughman), UCF Institute of Government,“Stakeholders’ Analysis and Economic Development Forum,” for Space Coast EconomicDevelopment Commission and City of Titusville,” 2001-02. ( 15,000).Program Development (PI), UCF Provost’s Award for the New Market Initiative, developing a “GraduateCertificate Program in Urban and Regional Planning” and an “Undergraduate Minor in Urban andRegional Planning,” 2000, ( 52,031 for two years).Program Development (PI), UCF Provost’s Award for the New Market Initiative, developing a “GraduateCertificate Program in Nonprofit Management” and an “Undergraduate Certificate Program inNonprofit Management,” 1999, ( 72,592 for three years).Research Grant (Co-PI, with P. L. Cruise), Palm Beach Blood Bank, Inc., West Palm Beach, Florida,Project to study organizational structure and donor commitment issues in blood bank. 1992,( 6,000).Research Grant (PI), Professional Development Centre (PDC), Florida Atlantic University, Florida, 1991.Project to assist the PDC in developing a model and questionnaire to evaluate training programsfor the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (HRS) staff in the Children,Youth and Families Program who work in the fields of juvenile justice and child welfare,( 9,000).Research Grant (Co-PI with P. Cruise), Florida Atlantic University Foundation, Small Grants Program1991, FAU Foundation Project #UNB-211. Project to study “Cost-Effectiveness in ServiceDelivery to AIDS/HIV Patients: A Study of the Robert Wood Johnson AIDS Health ServiceProgram in Palm Beach County.” ( 1,500).EDITORIAL EXPERIENCECo-Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Economic Development (1999-2007)Co-Editor-in-Chief, Policy Studies Review (later Review of Policy Research) (1997-2003)Member, Editorial Board, Public Administration Quarterly (1997-Present/)Member, Editorial Board, Public Finance and Management (2009-Present)Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Public Administration (1997-2012)Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Organizational Theory and Behavior (1997-2012)Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Public Affairs Education (2000-2009)Member, Editorial Board, Public Administration Review (1998-2002)Member, Editorial Board, Policy Studies Review (1997-2004)TEACHINGA. Courses Taught8

Ph.D.Advanced Quantitative Analysis, Advanced Behavior Research (DIS)Advanced Evaluation Research (DIS), Directed Independent StudyMPAAdvance Concepts and Practice of Public Administration, Comparative and Global PublicAdministration, Comparative Public Budgeting, Economic Development, Human ResourcesManagement, Organizations and Administrative Behavior, Program Review and Analysis, PublicPersonnel Administration, Public Policy Analysis, Quantitative Methods of PublicAdministration, Statistical Applications in Public Administration.Undergraduate Courses:Changing Environment of Business, Government, & Society, Introduction to PublicAdministration, Organizational Behavior and Administrative Communication, Public Budgetingand Investment, Public Policy Analysis, Public Program Evaluation, Public Utility Management,Survey Research MethodsPROFESSIONAL AND PUBLIC SERVICESA. International (Sample Activities)Chair, the ASPA Delegate, visited the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) to discuss theMOU arrangement between ASPA and IIPA, Delhi, India, October 31, 2012Chair, the ASPA Delegate, visited the Chinese Academy of Governance (CAG) to discuss thecollaboration between ASPA and CAG, October 2012Chair, the ASPA Delegate, visited the Korean Institute of Public Administration (KIPA) to discuss thecollaboration between ASPA and KIPA, Seoul, Korea, June 28, 2012Chair, the ASPA Delegate, visited the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) to discuss thecollaboration between ASPA and IPAA, Melbourne, Australia, September 19, 2012Chair, the ASPA Delegate, visited the National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) todiscuss the collaboration between ASPA and NIDA, Bangkok, Thailand, July 18, 2012Member, the ASPA Delegate, visited the Korean Association for Public Administration (KAPA) todiscuss the collaboration between ASPA and KAPA, Seoul, Korea, October 28-29, 2011Member, the ASPA Delegate, visited the Chinese Academy of Governance (CAG) to participate in thearrangement of MOU between ASPA and CAG, Beijing China, November 8-14, 2010Member, the American Public Administration Professor Team, visited the Seoul MetropolitanGovernment (SMU) to discuss the collaboration between SMU and universities, February 2009(Note: Dr. Liou later development a MOU between UCF and SMU for a Policy Management inKorea, a study abroad course for the MPA program in 2010).Chair, the External Reviewer Committee, Accreditation Studies of Public Administration Department,National Cheng-Chi University, Taipei, Taiwan, June 2007Reviewer, Grant Proposal (Re-organizing public organizations: shifting theories and practices at mesoand micro level) form Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (grant amount: 3000,000 euro), 2004Chair and Member, the United Nations Development Programme - China, Serving as the leader of aproject team to evaluate “Administrative Reform at the Central and Local Levels in the People’sRepublic of China” (CPR/96/510) for State Council of Public Sector Reform (SCOPSR),December 2000 – January 2001B. National (Sample Activities)9

Chair, International Chapter Development Taskforce, ASPA, to develop a proposal for development ofinternational chapters, 2015-16Member, the Nominating Committee, NASPAA, to review candidates for NASPAA vice president andmember of the executive board, 2016Member, the Nominating Committee, ASPA, to review candidates for ASPA national officers, 2015Chair, the Nominating Committee, ASPA, to review candidates for ASPA national officers, 2014Member, the Nominating Committee, ASPA, to review candidates for ASPA national officers, 2013President, National Council, ASPA, 2012-2013President Elect, National Council, ASPA, 2011-2012Vice President, National Council, ASPA, 2010-2011Member, National Council, ASPA, 2010-2013Member, National Council, Pi Alpha Alpha, NASPAA, 2008-2012Chair, the Dwight Waldo Award Selection Committee (for lifetime award), ASPA, 2008-2009Chair and member, Task Force on Publication Committee, ASPA, 2008-2009Chair and Member, International Public Administration Award Committee, ASPA, 2002-2005Chair and Member, Publication Committee, American Society for Public Administration, 2002-03Member, Dwight Waldo Award Committee (for best article in Public Administration Review), ASPA,2002-03Member, Laverne Burchfield Award Committee (for best book review essay in Public AdministrationReview), ASPA, 2001Chair, Host Committee, ASPA National Conference in Orlando, 1998-1999Member, National Conference Management Committee, ASPA, 1998-1999Chair and Vice Chair, Section Development Committee, ASPA, 1995-1997Co-Chair, ASPA–China Bilateral Committee, 1992-1994.Member, ASPA-Hong Kong Bilateral Committee, 1992-1993.Member, Campaign for International Relations, ASPA, 1992-1999.Mem

Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Associate Professor, August 1994 - August 1996 (Tenured), School of Public Administration, Florida . Graduate Certificate Program in Nonprofit Management, a Graduate Certificate in Urban and Regional Planning, an Undergraduate Certific