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    Title: 勾勒臺南市美術館的營運藍圖:從臺灣行政法人發展軌跡中借鑑
    Drawing a Blueprint for Tainan Art Museum: Learning from the Developmental Trajectory of Non-Departmental Public Bodies in Taiwan
    Authors: 劉宗德
    Liou, Tzong-Der
    Contributors: 法律系
    Date: 2017-04
    Issue Date: 2019-01-07 15:34:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The process of converting the National Performing Arts Center to a non-departmental public body (henceforth NDPB) has been overshadowed by many controversies, and these controversies obscure the rationale behind the conversion. I am going to discuss this topic from organizational, managerial, financial and accounting, supervising, and human resource perspective, to give Tainan Art Museum a better reference in pursuing this path.
    回顧臺灣行政法人制度之發展歷程,2002年行政院研考會(國家發展委員會前身)提出行政法人制度之概念,2004 年3 月1日國立中正文化中心改制,為行政法人之首例。
    Relation: 台南美術, No.5, pp.22-26
    Data Type: article
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