Staffs

Director of Center for China Studies, National Taiwan University

陳明通主任Ming-Tong Chen is currently Professor of Graduate Institute of National Development, and the Director of Center for China Studies, National Taiwan University (NTU). Professor Chen holds a doctorate degree from Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University. He was a Minister and Deputy Minister of the Mainland Affairs Council of the Executive Yuan , a Representative of the National Assembly of the Republic of China, Post-doctoral Research Fellow sponsored by Taiwan Area Studies Program, East Asian Institute, Columbia University in New York, and Research Associate of the Commission of Reasrch, Development and Control, Taipei Municipal Government. His research areas include the political culture, political development, Mainland China studies, electoral systems and voting behavior, political faction, research methods of social science, analysis of current policy toward the Chinese Mainland, act governing relations between peoples on both sides of Taiwan Strait. His articles have been published in Asian Survey, Studies on Chinese Communism, Issues & Studies, etc.

 

Deputy Director of Center for China Studies, National Taiwan University

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Philip Hsu is currently Professor of Political Science, and the Deputy Director of Center for China Studies, National Taiwan University. He is a member of the editorial board of Issues & Studies and Chinese Political Science Review. He was an assistant research fellow at the Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, and a member of the Consultative Board of the Mainland Affairs Council, Executive Yuan, R.O.C. Professor Hsu received his doctoral degree from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver. His research interests include comparative politics (with particular emphasis on the People’s Republic of China), political economy, and international relations (with particular emphasis on Asia-Pacific international security and economic cooperation). His articles have been published in The Pacific Review, Australian Journal of Public Administration, Journal of Contemporary China, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Issues & Studies, etc. He is also co-editors of In Search of China’s Development Model: Beyond the Beijing Consensus (New York: Routledge, 2010) (with Yu-Shan Wu and Suisheng Zhao), Democracy, Democratization and Governance Performance (Hangzhou, China: Zhejiang University Press, 2010) (with Yu Xunda, in simple Chinese), Taiwan Investment in China: Interviews with Renowned Entrepreneurs and Scholars (Taipei: INK, 2009) (with Te-sheng Chen, in traditional Chinese), Strategies in Branding, Marketing & Cultural and Creative Industry: A Cross-border Comparative Study and the Development of China’s Market (Taipei: INK) (with Te-sheng Chen, in traditional Chinese), and Political Challenges and Democratic Institutions: International and Taiwan’s Perspectives (with Chang-Ling Huang)(Taipei: Taiwan Foundation for Democracy, 2007), among others.

Executive Director of Center for China Studies, National Taiwan University

蔡季廷Chi-Ting Tsai is currently Assistant Professor of Political Science and the Executive Director of Center for China Studies, National Taiwan University. Professor Tsai holds a doctorate degree from Cornell University Law School. Professor Tsai’s research interests include Public International law, Constitutional law, Administrative Law, National Security Law, Legal Empirical Study.His articles have been published in China Post, Taiwanese Journal of Political Science, Studies of Chinese Communism, etc.

Research Assistants of Cross-Strait Negotiation Research Team 

Irina S. H. Yang is currently  an exchange scholar in Department of Political Science, Columbia University and a research assistant of Cross-Strait Negotiation Research Team of Center for China Studies, National Taiwan University.

Josh Wenger is currently a PhD student in Graduate Institute of National Development and a  research assistant of Cross-Strait Negotiation Research Team of Center for China Studies, National Taiwan University.

Senior Clerk of Center for China Studies, National Taiwan University

Tammy Lin