Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
Under the trend of international administrative innovation and government reform, in order to enhance the competitive of the nation, Taiwan (the Republic of China) is actively carrying out government reform projects. One of the key focuses is to review and reform the government administrative system, and a key strategy is to promote the institutionalization of government agencies. The Organization Reform Promotion Committee of the Executive Yuan proposed the “Principles for structuring of administrative institutions” in November, 2002. The said Principle served as a concrete guideline for promoting the institutionalization of government agencies and evaluating the empirical practices. The study and discussion on the “Draft of Administrative Institution Act” began in February, 2003; and in June 23rd, 2004, the “Basic Law for the Organization of Central Government Agencies” was promulgated by the President. Article 37 of the said Basic Law stipulates that the establishment, organization, operation, duty, supervision, recruitment, and the settlement and rights protection of present employees before and after the transfer, etc., shall be separately prescribed by regulations. To promote the “institutionalization” of universities is to provide them autonomy. Universities with a flexible management style could adjust to their objectives, criteria, and changes in the exterior environment. Therefore, they could make reasonable decisions which promotes efficiency and achieves the managerial objectives of the school. The paper explores the theme, “Rights Protection for Present Employees under the Administrative Institutionalization of National Universities.” Through analyzing the system of administrative institutions, we study the definition of administrative institution, its categories, the theory of administrative institution, and the basic operational principles for administrative institutions. Meanwhile, we review how our government agencies introduce the administrative institution system and how major developed countries promote administrative institutionalization in practice. Furthermore, we explore relevant rights protection for present employees after the institutionalization of national universities, based on the experience of down-sizing of Taiwan province government, the institutionalization of national universities in Japan, and the Chapter of “Administrative Institution of National University” in the draft revision of the University Act. Key words: Public Legal Person (Public Judicial Person, Public Institutions), Administrative Institutions, Administrative Institution of National University, Draft Revision of the University Act, Draft Revision of the Administrative Institution Act..
|Appears in Collections:||學位論文|
Files in This Item:
There are no files associated with this item.
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.