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Curriculum Vitae
Kaifeng Yang
February 23, 2015

General Information
University address: Public Administration and Policy
College of Social Sciences and Public Policy
Bellamy Building 0656
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2250
Phone: (850) 644-7611; Fax: (850) 644-7617

E-mail address: kyang@fsu.edu


Web site: http://askew.fsu.edu/faculty/yangk.html

Professional Preparation
2003 Doctor of Philosophy, Rutgers University Newark Campus. Major: Public Administration. Supervisor: Marc Holzer.
Kaifeng Yang. (2003). An Empirical Analysis of Public Administrators' Trust in Citizens: A Missing Link in Citizen-Centered Reforms. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Rutgers University Newark Campus.
2000 Doctor of Philosophy, Renmin University, Beijing, China. Major: Business Administration. Strategic Management. Supervisor: Zhanxiang Li.
Kaifeng Yang. (2000). On the Sustainable Growth of Chinese Large Companies. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Renmin University, Beijing, China.
1997 Master of Arts, Renmin University, Beijing, China. Major: Business Administration. Supervisor: Mengfan Huang.
Kaifeng Yang. (1997). Managing Business Emergencies: Strategy, Organization & Communication. Unpublished master's thesis, Renmin University, Beijing, China.
1994 Bachelor of Arts, Huazhong University of Science & Technology, Wuhan, China. Major: Business Engineering.

Professional Experience
2012–present Professor, Florida State University.
2008–2012 Associate Professor, Askew School of Public Administration & Policy, Florida State University. Responsible for teaching, research and service.
2003–2008 Assistant Professor, Askew School of Public Administration & Policy, Florida State University. Responsible for teaching, research and service.

Visiting Professorship(s)
2012–present Distinguished Visiting Professor, Taipei Municipal University of Education.
2010–present International Outstanding Alumni Professor, Renmin University, Beijing, China.
2004–present Visiting Professor, School of Public Administration and Policy, Huazhong University of Science & Technology, Wuhan, China.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Chester A. Newland Presidential Citation of Merit, American Society for Public Administration (2013).

International Outstanding Alumni Professor, Renmin University of China (2010).

University Teaching Award, Florida State University (2009).

Alumnus in Decades of Memories, Rutgers University, Newark Campus (2008).

Best Conference Paper, Public and Nonprofit Division, Academy of Management (2008).

Nominated, University Teaching Award, Florida State University (2008).

Teacher of the Year, Public Administration Graduate Association (2008).

Pi Alpha Alpha, National Public Administration Honor Society (2003).



Elected Fellow Status
Elected as a Fellow of National Academy of Public Administration (2012).

Fellowship(s)
Thousand Talent Expert, Central Government of China (2013).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Academy of Management

American Society for Public Administration

China-America Association for Public Affairs

Public Management Research Association



Teaching
Courses Taught
Seminar: Management Studies in Government (PAD6136)

Directed Individual Study (PAD5907)

Logics of Inquiry (PAD6707)

Public Organizations (PAD5106)

Preliminary Examination Self-Study (PAD6960)

Professional Topics in Public Administration (PAD6930)

Logic of Inquiry (PAD6707)

Quantitative Analysis in Public Administration (PAD5701)

Research Design in Public Administration (PAD5700)

Institutions and Society (PAD6109)

Seminar in Public Administration: Selected Topics (PAD5935)

Research Design Laboratory (PAD5700L)



Curriculum Development
Developed the 3+2 program in which Chinese public administration senior students come to FSU for two years to finish their Chinese undergraduate studies and FSU's MPA degree (2012)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Wang, T. K., graduate. (2013).

Oh, Y., graduate. (2013).

Azhar, A., graduate. (2012).

Fu, Kai-Jo, graduate. (2012).

Terman, J., graduate. (2012).

Blanchard, C., graduate. (2010).

Anguelov, L. G., doctoral candidate.

Cherkaoui, H., doctoral candidate.



Doctoral Committee Cochair
Chen, Ssu-Hsien, graduate. (2011).

Doctoral Committee Member
Youm, J., graduate. (2014).

Cruz, R. B., graduate. (2014).

Curley, C., graduate. (2014).

Smith, C. D., graduate. (2014).

Gabrini, C. J., graduate. (2013).

Leon Moreta, A. P., graduate. (2013).

Park, S., graduate. (2013).

Yi, H., graduate. (2012).

Bae, J., graduate. (2012).

Chang, K., graduate. (2012).

Lee, Y. M., graduate. (2011).

Jang, H. S., graduate. (2010).

Kassekert, A. J., graduate. (2010).

Ahn, S., graduate. (2010).

Choi, C. G., graduate. (2010).

Jin, M. H., graduate. (2009).

Hsieh, Chih-Wei , graduate. (2009).

Kim, Bok-Tae, graduate. (2009).

Lee, I. W., graduate. (2009).

McAuliffe, E. W., graduate. (2009).

Kwon, Sung-Wook, graduate. (2008).

Hsieh, J. Y., graduate. (2008).

Yoo, D., graduate. (2008).

Zhang, Y., graduate. (2007).

Hicks, M. S., graduate. (2007).

Kwon, M., graduate. (2006).

Yang, Seung-Bum, graduate. (2006).

Gao, X., doctoral candidate.

Hwang, S. J., doctoral candidate.

Kim, N. Y., doctoral candidate.

Kwak, Chang-Gyu, doctoral candidate.

Nam, J., doctoral candidate.

Song, M., doctoral candidate.

Spice, S. L., doctoral candidate.

Wiley, K. K., doctoral candidate.

Swann, W. L., doctoral student.



Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Yang, K., Wu, F., Xu, X., & Chen, T. (2012). The Challenge of Civil Servant Training in China: A Case Study of Nanning City. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 32(3), 169-191.
Yang, K. (2011). The Sisyphusian Fate of Government-Wide Performance Accountability Reforms: Federal Performance Management Efforts and Employees' Daily Work 2002~2008. Public Performance & Management Review, 35(1), 148-176.
Yang, K., & Wu, J. (2011). On the Three Basic Problems on China's Government Accountability Research. Chinese Public Administration, 5, 106-111.
Bryson, J., Berry, F., & Yang, K. (2010). The State of Public Strategic Management Research: A Selective Literature Review and Set of Future Directions. American Review of Public Administration, 40(5), 495-521.
Yang, K. (2009). Reflecting on China's Ethics Reform: Virtue, Law, and Beyond. Review of Public Administration, 2(3), 127-148.

Refereed Journal Articles
Yang, K., & Cho, Y. (submitted). Testing a Model of Turnover Intention in Government: Exploring Salient Public Organizational Characteristics and Trust as a Resource. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Yang, K., Kassekert, A., & Terman, J. (submitted). Contracting Out E-Government Services in State Governments: Governance Structure in the Web of Politics and Management. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Yang, K., & Yu, W. (submitted). Is Intersectoral Collaboration a Spark That Will Start a Prairie Fire? Managerial Attitudes and A Perspective of Path Dependence and Path Creation. Manuscript submitted for publication, 41 pages.
Zeng, Z., Yang, K., & Terman, J. (submitted). Information Security Behavior in China: An Empirical Assessment. Manuscript submitted for publication, 30 pages.
Liu, B., Yang, K., & Tang, T. L. (in press). Public Service Motivation and Job Satisfaction: The Joint Moderating Effects of Needs-Supplies Fit and Person-Organization Fit. Public Management Review.
Liu, B., & Yang, K. (in press). Work-related Stressors and Health-related Outcomes in Public Service: Examining the Role of Public Service Motivation. American Public Administration Review.
Acar, M., Guo, C., & Yang, K. (2012). Accountability in Voluntary Partnerships: To Whom and For What? Public Organization Review, 12(2), 157-174.
Coursey, D., Yang, K., & Pandey, S. (2012). Public Service Motivation (PSM) and Support for Citizen Participation: A Test of Perry and Vandenabeele's Reformulation of PSM Theory. Public Administration Review, 72(4), 572-582.
Hsieh, W., Yang, K., & Fu, C. (2012). Motivational Bases and Emotional Labor: Assessing the Impact of Public Service Motivation. Public Administration Review, 72(2), 241-251.
Liu, B. F., Horsley, S., & Yang, K. (2012). Overcoming Negative Media Coverage: Does Government Communication Matter? Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 22(3), 597-621.
Yang, K. (2012). Further Understanding Accountability in Public Organizations: Actionable Knowledge and the Structure-Agency Duality. Administration & Society, 44(3), 255-284.
Zhang, Y., Lee, R., & Yang, K. (2012). Knowledge and Skills for Policy Making: Stories from Local Public Managers in Florida. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 18(1), 183-208.
Hou, Y., Ni, A., Poocharoen, O., Yang, K., & Zhao, Z. (2011). The Case for Public Administration with a Global Perspective. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 21(supplement), i45-i51.
Moynihan, D., Fernadez, S., Kim, S., LeRoux, K., Piotrowski, S., Wright, B., & Yang, K. (2011). Performance Regimes Amidst Governance Complexity. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 21(supplement), i141-i155.
Yang, K., & Pandey, S. (2011). Further Dissecting the Black Box of Citizen Participation: When Does Citizen Involvement Lead to Good Outcomes? Public Administration Review, 71(6), 880-892.
Yang, K., & VanLandingham, G. (2011). How Hollow Can We Go? A Case Study of Florida's Outsourced Oversight of its Privatized Child Welfare Services. American Review for Public Administration, XX(X), 1-19. Retrieved from http://arp.sagepub.com/content/early/2011/06/02/0275074011411910
Yang, K., & De Haan, N. (2010). Normative and Empirical Justice Research: A Preliminary Exploration of Public Administrators in the Health Care Context. Journal of Social Policy and Management, 16(1), 51-74.
Yang, K., Hsieh, J., & Li, T. (2010). Evaluating Contracting-out Performance in Taiwan: Comparing Perceptions of Public Managers and Private Contractors. Public Administration Quarterly, 34(1), 76-108.
Yang, K., & Kassekert, A. (2010). Linking Management Reform with Employee Job Satisfaction: Evidence from Federal Agencies. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 20(2), 413-436.
Yang, K., & Terman, J. (2010). Contracting and the Performance Assessment Rating Tool: Politicization or Sound Management? Public Administration Quarterly, 34(3), 400-433.
Yang, K. (2009). American Public Administration: Are We Prepared for the Challenges? Public Performance & Management Review, 32(4), 579-584.
Yang, K. (2009). Examining Perceived Honest Performance Reporting by Public Organizations: Bureaucratic Politics and Organizational Practice. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 19(1), 81-105.
Yang, K. (2009). Institutional Congruence, Ideas, and Anti-Corruption Policy: The Case of China and The United States. Public Administration Review, 69 (supplement), 142-151.
Yang, K., Hsieh, J., & LI, T. (2009). Contracting Capacity and Perceived Contracting Performance: Nonlinear Effects and the Role of Time. Public Administration Review, 69(4), 681-696.
Yang, K., & Pandey, S. (2009). How Do Perceived Political Environment and Administrative Reform Affect Employee Commitment. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 19(2), 335-360.
Zhang, Y., & Yang, K. (2009). Citizen Participation in the Budget Process: The Effect of City Managers. Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting and Financial Management, 21(2), 289-317.
Acar, M., Guo, C., & Yang, K. (2008). Accountability When Hierarchical Authority is Absent: Views from Public-Private Partnership Practitioners. American Review of Public Administration, 38(1), 3-23.
Yang, K. (2008). State-Owned Enterprise Reform in Post-Mao China. International Journal of Public Administration, 31(1), 24–53.
Yang, K., & Zhang, Y. (2008). What Drives Charter School Diffusion at the Local Level: Educational Needs or Political and Institutional Forces? Policy Studies Journal, 36(4), 571-591.
Yang, K. (2007). China's 1998 Administrative Reform and New Public Management: Applying a Comparative Framework. International Journal of Public Administration, 30(12-14), 1371–1392.
Yang, K. (2007). Making Performance Measurement Relevant: Administrators' Attitudes and Structural Orientations. Public Administration Quarterly, 31(3), 342–383.
Yang, K. (2007). Responsiveness in Network Governance: Revisiting a Fundamental Concept. Public Performance & Management Review, 31(2), 131-143.
Yang, K., & Callahan, K. (2007). Citizen Involvement Efforts and Bureaucratic Responsiveness: Participatory Values, Stakeholder Pressures, and Administrative Practicality. Public Administration Review, 67(2), 248-262.
Yang, K., & Hsieh, J. (2007). Managerial Effectiveness of Government Performance Measurement: Testing a Middle Range Model. Public Administration Review, 67(5), 861–879.
Yang, K., & Melitski, J. (2007). Competing and Complementary Values in Information Technology Strategic Planning: Lessons from Ten States. Public Performance & Management Review, 30(3), 401-428.
Yang, K., & Pandey, S. (2007). Public Responsiveness of Government Organizations: Testing a Preliminary Model. Public Performance & Management Review, 31(2), 215-240.
Yang, K., & Rho, S. (2007). E-Government for Better Performance: Promises, Realities, and Challenges. International Journal of Public Administration, 30(11), 1197–1217.
Yang, K. (2006). Trust and Citizen Involvement Decisions: Trust in Citizens, Trust in Institutions, and Propensity to Trust? Administration & Society, 38(5), 573-595.
Yang, K., & Holzer, M. (2006). The Performance-Trust Link: Implications for Performance Measurement. Public Administration Review, 66(1), 114-126.
Yang, K. (2005). Globalization and Public Affairs Education: The Case of China. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 11(2), 105-120.
Yang, K. (2005). Public Administrators' Trust in Citizens: A Missing Link in Citizen Involvement Efforts. Public Administration Review, 65(3), 262-275.
Yang, K., & Callahan, K. (2005). Training and Professional Development for Civically Engaged Communities. Innovation, 10(1), 1-16.
Yang, K., & Callahan, K. (2005). Assessing Citizen Involvement Efforts by Local Governments. Public Performance and Management Review, 29(2), 191-216.
Yang, K., & Holzer, M. (2005). Administrative Discretion in a Turbulent Time. Public Administration Quarterly, 29(1/2), 128-139.
Yang, K., & Holzer, M. (2005). Re-Approaching the Politics/Administration Dichotomy and Its Impact on Administrative Ethics. Public Integrity, 7(2), 111-127.
Yang, K., & Holzer, M. (2004). Performance Measurement and Improvement: an Assessment of the State of the Art. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 70(1), 15-31.
Yang, K. (2003). Assessing China's Public Price Hearings: Symbolic Aspects. International Journal of Public Administration, 26(5), 497-524.
Yang, K. (2003). Neo-Institutionalism and E-Government: Beyond Jane Fountain. Science Computer Review, 21(4), 232-242.
Yang, K. (2002). From 'Danwei' Society to New Community Building: Opportunities and Challenges for Citizen Participation in Chinese Cities. Chinese Public Administration Review, 1(1), 65-82.

Invited Books
Yang, K. (1999). Knowledge Management. Beijing, China: Renmin University Press.
Yang, K. (1999). Reforming State-Owned Enterprises: French Experiences. Lanzhou, China: Lanzhou University Press.
Yang, K., & Zhang, J. (1998). Agile Competitors and Virtual Organization. Shenyang, China: Liaoning Education Press.

Refereed Books
Chen, J., Wang, X., & Yang, K. (1998). Leadership in Future Companies. Shenzhen, China: Haitian Publishing.

Edited Books
Yang, K., & Schachter, H. (Eds.). (2012). The State of Citizen Participation in America. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Yang, K., & Bergrud, E. (Eds.). (2008). Civic Engagement in a Network Society. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Yang, K., & Miller, G. (Eds.). (2008). Handbook of Research Methods for Public Administration. New York: Taylor & Francis.
Yang, K., Julnes, P., Berry, F., & Aristigueta, M. (Eds.). (2007). International Handbook of Practice-based Performance Measurement. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Han, Y., Zhang, Y., & Yang, K. (Eds.). (1998). MBA Management: Methods and Arts. Beijing, China: The Press of Central Party College.

Invited Book Chapters
Yang, K. (2014). Qualitative Analysis. In Oxford Handbook of Public Accountability. Oxford University Press.
Yang, K., & Anguelov, L. (2013). Trustworthiness of Public Service. In Public Administration Reformation: Market Demand from Public Organizations. New York City: Taylor & Francis/Routledge.
Yang, K. (2012). E-government and Citizen Involvement in Municipal Governments. In M. A. Shareef, N. Archer, Y. K. Dwivedi, A. Mishra, & S. K. Pandey (Eds.), Transformational Government through eGov Practice: Socio-economic, Cultural, and Technological Issues. Bingley, UK: Emerald.
Dubnick, M., & Yang, K. (2011). The Pursuit of Accountability: Promise, Problems, and Prospects. In D. Menzel, & H. White (Eds.), The State of Public Administration (pp. 171-186). Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.
Yang, K. (2011). Emergent accountability and structuration theory: Implications. In G. Frederickson, & M. Dubnick (Eds.), Public Accountability and Its Promises (pp. 269-281). Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.
Yang, K., Zhang, C., & Tang, J. (2011). Internet Use and Governance in China. In Y. Chen, & P. Chu (Eds.), Governance and Cross-boundary Collaboration: Innovations and Advancing Tools. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publications.
Yang, K., & Xu, X. (2010). E-government in China: Performance and Challenges. In B. Evan, J. Moon, & H. Choi (Eds.), Public Administration in East Asia (pp. 165-192). New York: Taylor & Francis.
Yang, K. (2007). Making Performance Measurement Relevant: Informing and Involving Stakeholders in Performance Measurement. In P. Julnes, F. Berry, M. Aristigueta, & K. Yang (Eds.), International Handbook of Practice-based Performance Measurement. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Yang, K. (2006). Quantitative Methods for Policy Analysis. In F. Fischer, G. Miller, & M. Sidney (Eds.), Handbook of Public Policy Analysis, 349-368 (pp. 349-368). New York: Marcel Dekker.

Refereed Book Chapters
Zhang, Y., & Yang, K. (2009). Building a Town and its Institutions: Midway, Florida. In J. Svara (Ed.), The Facilitative Leader in City Hall: Reexamining the Scope and Contributions (pp. 169-188). New York: Taylor & Francis.
Gabrielian, V., Yang, K., & Spice, S. (2008). Qualitative Research Methods. In K. Yang, & G. Miller (Eds.), Handbook of Research Methods for Public Administration (pp. 141-168). New York: Taylor & Francis.
Yang, K., Zhang, Y., & Holzer, M. (2008). Dealing with Multiple Paradigms in Public Administration Research. In K. Yang, & G. Miller (Eds.), Handbook of Research Methods for Public Administration (pp. 25-44). New York: Taylor & Francis.
Holzer, M., Gabrielian, V., & Yang, K. (2006). Five Great Ideas in American Public Administration. In J. Rabin (Ed.), Handbook on Public Administration (pp. 49-102). New York: Marcel Dekker.

Refereed Proceedings
Yang, K. (2009). Transformational Public Performance Management? Reflection and New Directions. In 5th International Conference on Public Administration, American Society for Public Administration and the Chinese Public Administration Society. Chengdu, China: University of Electronic Science and Technology of China.
Brower, R., & Yang, K. (2004). Context, Process, and Interaction: Missing Elements in Common Conceptions of Whistleblowing. In Beijing: Frontiers of Public Administration, the second Sino-U.S. conference sponsored by the American Society for Public Administration and the Chinese Public Administration Society. Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Productivity.
Yang, K., & Melitski, J. (2004). Information Technology Strategic Planning: An Initial Framework. In 5th International Conference on Public Administration, American Society for Public Administration and the Chinese Public Administration Society. Newark, NJ: National Center for Public Productivity.

Invited Reviews
Yang, K. (2010). Understanding the rise of China. Public Administration Review, 70(1), 176-183.
Yang, K. (2008). Review of Cooperation without Trust, by Karen S. Cook, Russell Hardin, and Margaret Levi. Public Administration Review, 68(6), 1164-1166.
Yang, K. (2007). Review of Citizenship and Management in Public Administration, by Eran Vigoda-Gadot and Aarib Cohen. Public Management Review, 9(4), 592-596.
Yang, K. (2004). Review of Corruption Fighters' Tool Kit, by Transparency International (2002). International Journal of Public Administration, 27(5), 369-372.
Yang, K. (2002). Review of Managing Human Behavior in Public & Nonprofit Organizations, by R. Denhardt, J. Denhardt & M. Aristigueta. Public Administration Quarterly, 25 (3/4), 518-521.
Yang, K. (2001). On Organizational Learning & Social Learning. Public Productivity & Management Review, 25(2), 256-258.

Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Alexander, J., Brudney, J., & Yang, K. (2010). Accountability and Performance Measurement: The Evolving Role of Nonprofits in the Hollow State. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 39(4), 565-570.

Nonrefereed Newsletter Articles
Yang, K. (2004). Use of Citizen Surveys in Government Services: Lessons from an Online Class. PA Times, 27(12), 1-2.
Holzer, M., & Yang, K. (2003). Web-based Distance Education in Public Administration Programs. PA Times, Education Supplement, 26(10), 1-4.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Yang, K., & Hsieh, W. (presented 2009, June). Linking Public Service Motivation With Emotional Labor in Government: An Empirical Assessment. Paper presented at International Public Service Motivation Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. (International)
Yang, K., & Pandey, S. (presented 2008, April). When does Citizen Involvement Work? Lessons from a Managerial Survey. Paper presented at The First Central Florida Public Administration Conference, The Central Florida Chapter of American Society for Public Administration and University of Central Florida. (National)
Yang, K. (presented 2005, September). Explaining Citizen Involvement Efforts: Community Characteristics, Institutions, and Managerial Behavior. Paper presented at the Biennial Conference, Public Management Research Association, Los Angeles, CA. (International)
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