Journal Articles

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

[4] “Is Trading with China Different? Self-Interest, National Pride, and Trade Preferences”, Journal of East Asian Studies, Forthcoming. (with Kristine Kay and Fang-Yu Chen) [Paper][Appendix]

[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

“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]

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

Book Review

“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, Forthcoming. [Paper]

Policy Report

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)

Master Thesis 

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)