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Professor PAINTER, Martin
平邁天
BA, MA Sussex, PhD Australian National University
Emeritus Professor
Martin Painter joined CityU in 2001. Previously he worked at the University of Sydney, where from 1996-2000 he was Head of the Department of Government and Public Administration. He studied for his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at the University of Sussex and the Australian National University. He has held visiting positions at University of Oxford, the Australian National University and Queen's University, Canada. He has been awarded several consultancies on public administration reform and anti-corruption in Vietnam and he was engaged as the lead resource person in preparing the United Nations World Public Sector Report 2005. Professor Painter was University Coordinator (Strategic Plan) in the Office of the Provost from 2010 to January 2013. He is Director of the Governance in Asia Research Centre.
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Office: AC1-Y7538
Phone: +852 3442 8943
Fax: +852 3442 0413
Email: samartin@cityu.edu.hk
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‘Imitating the West? Evidence on Administrative Reform from the Upper Echelons of Chinese Government’, with Tom Christensen, Lisheng Dong and Richard Walker, Public Administration Review, 72(6), 2012, 798-806

‘The Role of Agencies in Policy Making’, with Tobias Bach and Birgitta Niklasson, Policy and Society, 31(3), 2012, 183-93

‘‘Poor Governance’ for Development in China and Vietnam’ in (eds) Jomo Kwame Sundaram and Anis Chowdhury, Is Good Government Good for Development? London: Bloomsbury Academic (in association with the United Nations), 2012, 135-50

‘Diffusion, Transmutation, and Regulatory Regimes in Socialist Market Economies: Telecoms Reform in China and Vietnam’ with Yukyung Yeo, Pacific Review, 24(4), 2011, 375-95

‘Task Matters: A Structural-Instrumental Analysis of the Autonomy of Hong Kong Government Bodies’ with Wai-Hang Yee, The American Review of Public Administration, 41(4), 2011, 395-414

‘Managerialism and Models of Management’, in Tom Christensen & Per Laegreid (eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to New Public Management, Farnham: Ashgate, 2011, 237-50

Tradition and Public Administration, with Guy Peters (eds), London: Palgrave, 2010