Journal Articles

[11] “‘The Current Landscape of Taiwan Studies Using IJTS Keywords.International Journal of Taiwan Studies, 2022. (with Shu-wen Tang, editor-reviewed)

[10] “Fighting the Pandemic with ‘Shields’: COVID-19 Securitization, Developmental State
and Mask Policy in Taiwan
”, Journal of Asian and African Studies, 2022. (with Chia-Chien Chang and Li-Yin Liu)

[9] “The imperative of state capacity in public health crisis: Asia’s early COVID-19 policy responses“, Governance, 2022. (with Li-Yin Liu, Eunji Won, and Testriono)

[8] “Shaky social insurance foundation: Income instability and pension participation in South Korea“, Social Science Quarterly, 2022.

[7] “Crafting Compliance Regime under COVID-19: Using Taiwan’s Quarantine Policy as a Case Study“, Global Policy, 2021. (with Li-Yin Liu)

[6] “Labor Market, Economic Insecurity, and Populism in Taiwan“, Taiwan Journal of Democracy, 2021, 17(1): 63-91. [Paper]

    • Excerpt version published in Taiwan Insight: [Link]

[5] “Is Trading with China Different? Self-Interest, National Pride, and Trade Preferences”, Journal of East Asian Studies, 2021, 21(1): 97-115. (with Kristine Kay and Fang-Yu Chen) [Paper][Appendix]

[4] “Taiwan’s COVID‐19 Management: Developmental State, Digital Governance, and State‐Society Synergy”, Asian Politics & Policy, 2020, 12(3): 455-468. (editor-reviewed) [Paper]

[3] ‘‘Pension Plans and Retirement Insecurity’’, Aging International, 2018, 43(4):438-462.[Paper]

[2] ‘‘Who Supports the Sunflower Movement? An Examination of Nationalist Sentiments’’, Journal of Asian and African Studies, 2017, 52(8): 1193-1212. (with Fang-Yu Chen) [Paper][Replication Data][Online Appendix]

** Third Place Winner for the 2015-2016 Michigan State University S.C. Lee Best Paper Competition for Graduate Student 

[1] “The Political Logic of Financial Supervision in Taiwan.” Taiwan International Law Quarterly, 2017, 14(1): 103-134. (in Chinese) (editor-reviewed)

Book Chapter

[3] “When Democracy Meets the COVID-19 Pandemic: Taiwan’s Experience.” in John Fuh-sheng Hsieh, Robert Cox ed. Democratic Governance in Taiwan, 2022, Chapter 8. Routledge: London. (with Li-Yin Liu)

[2] “Understanding Informality in China: Institutional Causes and Subsequent Measurement Issues.” in Santiago L’opez-Cariboni ed. Political Economy of Informality in BRIC Countries, 2020 , Singapore: World Scientific Publishing, Ch. 9, pp. 219-242. (with Yujeong Yang) [Paper]

[1] “Reform without Transformation: Globalization and Financial Supervisory Reform in Taiwan.” 2016 Taiwanese Year Book of International Law, 2017, Chapter 5. Taiwan:Taipei

Book Review

[1] “Taiwan’s Social Welfare Movement and Policy Impact, 2000-2018. edited by Hsin-huang Hsiao, Yu-yuan Kuao, and Shu-yung Wang (2018)”, International Journal of Taiwan Studies, 2021, 4(1):pp.197-200 [Paper]

Policy Report

[1] Social Accountability and Service Delivery in Rural Cambodia: A Report on the Results of the Social Accountability Framework Impact Evaluation Baseline Survey. The World Bank Group, 2018. (with Trang Pham, Andrew Beath, and Kamakshi Nadisha Perera Mubarak)


Unstable Income and the Welfare State in Asia.” Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Ohio State University, 2018. OhioLINK Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center. 09 Mar 2021.

A Reform without Transformation-Globalization and Financial Supervisory Reform in Taiwan 沒有變革的改革-全球化與台灣金融監理改革, 2010, Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. (in Chinese)