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    Title: 參與式預算對現行預算決策之影響分析 : 以臺北市政府為例
    Other Titles: Participative budgeting and its impact on budget decision : a case of Taipei city government
    Authors: 巫泙霈;Wu, Ping-Pei
    Contributors: 淡江大學公共行政學系公共政策碩士在職專班
    黃一峯;Huang, Irving, Yi-Feng
    Keywords: budget decision;Citizen Participation;Participative budgeting;公民參與;參與式預算;預算決策
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:53:23 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 自1989年開始參與式預算在國外逐漸形成風潮,不論各地實施之目的是為資源配置移轉、提高民眾對社區公共事務的參與或是給予弱勢族群表達意見的管道,成為地方治理的一種工具。
    Participative budgeting has attracted much attention in many countries since 1989. It has become a means of local governance for enhancing resource allocation, civil engagement in public affairs, and transparent communication with disadvantaged citizen.

    This thesis aimed to explore the participative budgeting process and its impact on current budgeting decision-making through case analysis of the Taipei City Government. Literature reviews and secondary data analysis were conducted for establishing the analytical framework of this study. The process of participative budgeting including proposing budgets, budget decision-making, and the status of current practice were discussed.

    The research findings indicate that the amount of budget determined by participative budgeting is just a small portion of the total budget in the Taipei City. The participative budgeting has an insignificant impact on control of overall government expenditure. Compared to conventional budgt enforcement, citizens’ opinions and civil engagement were involved in preparation and design stages for public construction projects. In addition, the existing government policy and planning are not affected by participative budgeting. Recommendations for further promoting participative budgeting are proposed.
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