Dr. Helen K. H. LIU 劉康慧
Honorary Associate Professor: she received a Ph.D. in Public Affairs from Indiana University at Bloomington in 2009. She has research interests in the areas of interorganizational networks and nonprofit management. Her dissertation investigates the performance and dynamic of interorganizational networks in the social service provision. Her research on nonprofit management explores current capacity, challenges, and incorporation status of local nonprofit organizations. She was awarded a fellowship as an emerging scholar at the Urban Institute in Washington D.C., selected as a summer fellow at the RGK Center on Philanthropy in University of Texas at Austin, and served as a visiting Scholar at Peking University. She has taught courses in management foundation and case studies in public policy at Indiana University.
- Liu, H. Forthcoming. "Crowdsourcing Government: Lessons from Multiple Disciplines." Public Administration Review
- Liu, H. 2016. “Exploring Online Engagement in Public Policy Consultation: The Crowd or the Few?”. Australian Journal of Public Administration.
- Kilonzo, Susan M.; Sandfort, Jodi R. and Liu, Helen K. 2016. “Using Multimedia Learning Objects in Public Affairs Classrooms: Global Experiences with Hubert Project E-Cases and E-Studies”. Journal of Public Affairs Education 22(3): 345-362.
- Nie, L., Liu, H., and Cheng, W. 2016. Exploring Factors that Influence Voluntary Disclosure by Chinese Foundations. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations: 1-27. (Online Frist)
- Liu, Helen K., and Bin Chen. “The Challenges of Implementing Collaborative Governance in Hong Kong: Case Study of a Low-Income Family Community.” The Road to Collaborative Governance in China. Palgrave Macmillan US, 2015. 45-67.
- Liu, H., Harrison, Y., K. Lungo, and Lai, J. “From In-person Volunteering to Online-volunteering,” in Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering and Nonprofit Associations, edited by David H. Smith et al.
- Lee, E. and Liu, H. “Factors Influencing Network Formation Among Social Service Nonprofit Organizations in Hong Kong and Implications for Comparative and China Studies” International Public Management Journal. 2012. Vol. 15, Issue 4, Pages 454-478.
- Liu, H. and Sandfort, J. “Open Source Platforms for Citizen Engagement: Examining Ashoka’s Design and Implementation” Nonprofit Policy Forum. 2011 Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 1–20.
- “Open Source, Crowdsourcing, and Public Engagement.” In Ed Downey and Matthew Jones (Ed.) Web 2.0 Technologies: Future Trends in Social Media. Hershey: IGI Global. 2011.
- Gronbjerg K., Liu, H. and Pollak, T. “Incorporated but Not IRS-Registered: Exploring the (Dark) Grey Fringes of the Nonprofit Universe” (with Kirsten Grønbjerg and Tom Pollak). Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly October 2010 vol. 39 no. 5, Pages 925-945.
- Reingold, D. and Liu, H. “Do Poverty Attitudes of Social Service Agency Directors Influence Organizational Behavior?” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly October 2009 vol. 38 no. 2, pages 307-332.
Other Refereed Publications
- Liu, H.K. “An Analysis of the Social Process in Ideas Generation for Public Policies.” dg.o’ 16 Proceedings of the 17th International Digital Government Research Conference on Digital Government Research. 2016. 379-387.
- Liu, H. “Bring In The Crowd To Reinventing Government” Book Review by invitation, JPART, 2015.
- Liu, H. and Lee, E. “The Relationships between Social Service Organizations and Government.” Journal of Public Administration (in Chinese). 2011 Vol. 23, Issue 5, Pages 54-69.
- “A Case Study of Open Source and Public Participation in Catalyzing Social Innovations,” (with Jodi Sandfort). Proceedings of the International Conference on Advances in Social Network Analysis and Mining. 2010.
- “Network and Social Service Agency Performance: Empirical Links,” with David Reingold. Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management 2009.