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A Correlation Analysis of Civil Culture and Socioeconomic Development in Taiwan
Unformatted Document Text:  A Correlation Analysis of Civil Culture and Socioeconomic Development In Taiwan Ming-Shen, Wang* & Li-Chuan, Liu** * Professor, Institute of Pubic Affairs Management, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ** Doctoral Candidate, Institute of Pubic Affairs Management, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan Abstract The research on relations between civic culture and socioeconomic development started with Weber, which focuses on the relation between ethics and economical development. Putnam (1993) reported that the geographic distribution of civic culture has remained roughly the same for 100 years and that civic culture can explain its relationship with socioeconomic development at the turn of the century. Many researches followed this issue and extend to different region (Rice & Sumberg 1997; Schneider, Plumper and Bauman 2000; Rice & Arnett 2001). This research extends this analysis to Taiwan, and use regression analysis to examine the relations between civic culture and socioeconomic development in Taiwan. Key words: civic culture, socioeconomic development

Authors: Wang, Ming-Shen. and Liu, Li-Chuan.
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A Correlation Analysis of Civil Culture and Socioeconomic Development
In Taiwan
Ming-Shen, Wang* & Li-Chuan, Liu**
*
Professor, Institute of Pubic Affairs Management, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
**
Doctoral Candidate, Institute of Pubic Affairs Management, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Abstract
The research on relations between civic culture and socioeconomic development
started with Weber, which focuses on the relation between ethics and economical
development. Putnam (1993) reported that the geographic distribution of civic culture
has remained roughly the same for 100 years and that civic culture can explain its
relationship with socioeconomic development at the turn of the century. Many
researches followed this issue and extend to different region (Rice & Sumberg 1997;
Schneider, Plumper and Bauman 2000; Rice & Arnett 2001). This research extends this
analysis to Taiwan, and use regression analysis to examine the relations between civic
culture and socioeconomic development in Taiwan.
Key words: civic culture, socioeconomic development


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