Graduate Institute of Development Studies
National Chengchi University
NO.64,Sec.2, ZhiNan Rd. Wenshan District,
Taipei City Taiwan (R.O.C) 11605,
Phone:886-2-29393091-50715 Fax:886-2-29397202
e-mail: wangjh@nccu.thu.edu.tw

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Journal Articles

 

1988

“State Role, Dependent Development and Class Relationship.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 1 (1): 117-144.

1989

“Opposition Movements and Taiwan's Political Transition.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 2 (1)71-116.

1991

“The Formation of Working Class: E. P. Thompson and Neo-Marxism.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 2 (3-4): 147-174.

1992

Coauthor with Xiao-ding Fang. “The State, Labor Policies, and Labor Movement: the Case of Taiwan.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 13: 1-29.

1993

“The Transformation of State-Capital Relations and Taiwan's Political Transition.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 14: 123-163.

1995a

“The State and the Development of Taiwan's Petrochemical Industry.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 18: 1 -37.

 1995b

Coauthor with Guo-ping Shen.“Who Rules the Local Society: the Case of a Taiwan's County. Tunghai Journal 36: 1-34.

1995c

Coauthor with Sechin Y.S Chien. “March towards a New Nation State? The Rise of Populist Authoritarianism in Taiwan and its Implications for Demorcracy.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 20: 17-55.

1995d

“Book review: In the Shadow of China, ed. By Steve Tsang.” The China Journal 34: 378-380.

1997

“Governance of a Cross-border Economic Region: Taiwan and Southern China.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 27: 1-36.

1999

“Globalization, Localization, and Learning Region: Theoretical Rellection and Reconstruction.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 34: 69-112.

2000

Coauthor with Shr-chin Gau. “The Global and the Local: Learning Regions of Hsin-chu and Taichung Compared.” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology 24: 179-237.

2001a

“Contesting Flexibility - The Restructuring of Taiwan’s Labor Relations and Spatial Organization.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 25 (2): 364-381.

2001b

Coauthor with Shu-wei Huang.  “From Socialist City to World City: The Transformation of Shanghai's Mode of Regulation.” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology 26: 55-104.

2001c

“Book Review: The Privatization of State-Owned Enterprises in Taiwan: A Critique of the Economic Myth by Chin-fen Chang (張晉芬).” Taiwanese Sociology 2: 324-328.

2002

“Different Routes to World City: Taipei and Seoul Compared.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 47: 11-65.

2003

 “Globalization and Latecomers: Implications of the East Asian Development Model and Its Transition.” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology 31: 1-44.

2004a

“World City Formation, Geopolitics, and Local Political Process: Taipei’s Ambiguous Development.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 28 (2): 384-400. 

2004b

“Book Review: Beyond Late Development: Taiwan’s Upgrading Policies by Wan-wen Chu (瞿宛文) and Alice H. Amsden.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 55: 289-295.

2006a

 “Book Revuew: A Political Explanation of Economic Growth: State Survival, Bureaucratic Politics, and Private Enterprises in the Making of Taiwan's Economy, 1950-1985 by Yongping Wu (巫永平).” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology 36: 211-219.

2006b

“China’s Dualist Model on Technological Catching up: A Comparative Perspective.” The Pacific Review 19 (3): 385-403.

2007a

“From Technological Catch-up to Innovation-based Economic Growth: South Korea and Taiwan Compared.” The Journal of Development Studies 43 (6): 1084-1104.

 2007b

Coauthor with  Chuan-kai Lee.“Global Production Networks and Local Institutional Building: The Development of the Information Technology Industry in Suzhou, China.” Environment and Planning A 39 (8): 1873-1888.

 2007c

“Contesting Rescaling Taiwan's ICT Industry and the State in the Age of Globalization.” Journal of Geographical Science 49: 39-54. 

2007d

 “From Technological Catch-up to Innovation-based Economic Growth: South Korea, China, and Taiwan Compared.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 68: 177-226.

2009a

Coauthor with  Ching-jung Tsai . “National Model of Technological Innovation: Patent Patterns of Taiwan and South Korea.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies 73: 37-74.

 2009b

Coauthor with Shu-wei Huang. “Contesting Taipei as a World City.” City 13 (1): 103-109.

 2009c

Coauthor with  Tsung-yuan Chen. “Taiwan's Bio-pharmaceutical Industry: Development, Innovation and Limitations.” Taiwan Journal of Sociology 43: 159-208.

2010

Coauthor with Ching-jung Tsai.  “National Model of Technological Catching up and Innovation: Comparing Patents of Taiwan and South Korea.” The Journal of Development Studies 46 (8): 1404-1423. (translated and revised version of 2009a)

2011a

Coauthor with Tse-kang Leng.  “Production of Space and Space of Production: High Tech Industrial Parks in Beijing and Shanghai.” Cross Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review E-Journal 1 (1). (http://cross-currents.berkeley.edu)

2011b

“Bringing the State Back In, but Differently.” Science As Culture 20 (4): 553-556.

Coauthor with Leng, Tse-kang. “Local States, Institutional Changes, and Innovations Systems: Beijing and Shanghai Compared.” Journal of Contemporay China. (accepted) (SSCI)

Coauthor with Tsung-yuan Chen and Ching-jung Tsai. “In Search of an Innovative State: The Development of the Biopharmaceutical Industry in Taiwan, Korea and China.” Development and Change. (accepted)

Book Chapter

 

1992

“Marx: Critique of Capitalism and Beyond.” In Pioneers of Modern Social Thoughts, ed. Chi-zheng Yeh. Taipei: Zheng-zhong Books.

1993

“Who Controls the Media in Taiwan.” In The Analysis of Taiwan's Electronic Media System, eds. Rui-cheng Zheng et al. Taipei: Taipei Society.

1995

“The Transformation of State-Capital Relations and Taiwan's Political Transition.” In The State and the Society of Taiwan, eds. Cheng-kuang Hsu, and Hsin-Muang Michael Hsiao. Taipei: The Grand East Book Co., Ltd.

1997

“Taiwan's Political Transformation: Tansition From Authoritarianism.” In Behind the Miracle: Explaining Modernization in East Asia, eds. Jin-yi Luo and Zhang-wei Wang. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press.

1998

Labour Regimes in Transition: Changing Faces of Labour Control in Taiwan: 1950s-1990s.” In Work, Organization, and Industry: The Asian Experience, eds. A.Y. Hing, C.T. Chang, and R. Lansbury. Singapore: Armour.

1999a

“Toward A Normalized Politics: Democratization and the Transformation of Governance in Taiwan.” In Party-State Transformation and Democratization at Both Sides of the Straits, eds. Chia-long Lin, and Zhe-chi Chiu. Taipei: Yue-Dan Books.

1999b

“An Introduction: What is Sociology?” In Sociology and Taiwanese Society, eds. Jenn-hwan Wang, and Hai-yuan Chu. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

1999c

“Power and Political System.” In Sociology and Taiwanese Society, eds. Jenn-hwan Wang, and Hai-yuan Chu. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

1999d

“Globalization and Social Change.” In Sociology and Taiwanese Society, eds. Jenn-hwan Wang, and Hai-yuan Chu. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2000

“Civil Society, Democratization, and Governance in Taiwan.” In Conference Prague 1999: Transitional Societies in Comparison: Central East Europe vs. Taiwan, ed National Science Council, Taipei, Bonn Office. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lange.

2001

“Governance of a Cross-border Economic Region: Taiwan and Southern China.” In Sub-regionalism in China and East Asia, eds. G. Drover, G. Johnson, and J. Tao. Commack: Nova Science Publishers.

2002a

“An Introduction: The Sociological Significance of Taiwanese Society.” In Taiwanese Society, ed. Jenn-hwan Wang. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2002b

Authoritarianism and Democratic Transformation in Taiwan. In Taiwanese Society, ed. Jenn-hwan Wang. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2002c

“Globalization, Localization, and Learning Region: Theoretical Rellection and Reconstruction.” In The Problem of Modernity in The Developing Countries, ed. Zhao-tian He. Changchun: Jilin University Press.

2003

“The State and the Transformation of Taiwan’s Development Model.” In The Changing Role of the State in Economic Development of East Asian NICs, eds. H.Y. Cho et.al. Seoul. (Korean)

2005

Coauthor with Ying-hwa Chang. “Between Chaos and Order: Urbanization and Regional Development.” In Engaging of Taiwan's Vitality, eds. Jenn-hwan Wang, and Ying-hwa Chang. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2006

“Sovereignty, Survival, and the Transformation of the Taiwan State.” In State Making in Asia, eds. Richard Boyd, and Tak-Wing Ngo. London: Routledge. 

2010

“The Rise of the Modern State: From Colonial and Authoritarian to Democratic State Institutions.” In On the Edge on an Empire: Observations of Modernity in Taiwan, eds. Jin-lin Hwang, Horng-luen Wang, and Chung-hsien Huang. Taipei: Socio Publishing Co. Ltd.

2011a

“Information and Communication Technology Industry: Rival States vs. Integrated Economies.” In The Second Great Transformation: Taiwanese Industrialization in the 1980s-2000s, ed. Reginald Yin-Wang Kwok. Taipei: NCCU Press.

2011b

“New Research Investigations in Taiwanese Family Enterprises: Integrated Frameworks.” In Does Family Business Still Matter? (History of Taiwanese Enterprises Series, #2), eds. Jenn-hwan Wang, and Chao-tung Wen. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2011c

Coauthor with Yi-horng Chiang. “The Effects of Family Relations on Department Store Development: Examples from Far East and Shin Kong.” In Does Family Business Still Matter? (History of Taiwanese Enterprises Series, #2), eds. Jenn-hwan Wang, and Chao-tung Wen. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2011d

Coauthor with Tsung-yuan Chen. “Survival, Business and Life: An Overview of 100 Years of Taiwanese Corporate and Industrial Development.” In Does Family Business Still Matter? (History of Taiwanese Enterprises Series, #2), eds. Jenn-hwan Wang, and Chao-tung Wen. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2011e

Coauthor with Ya-ling Lin. “Anju: 1962-1971.” In Taiwan Business History (History of Taiwanese Enterprises Series, #3), eds. Jenn-hwan Wang, and Chao-tung Wen. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2011f

Coauthor with Sheng-wen Tseng. “Taiwanese Enterprise and Global Production Networks: A Comparision between Information Technology and Clothing and Textile Industries.” In Taiwanese Investment in China during the Past Two Decades: Experiences, Developments and Prospects, ed. Te-sheng Chen. Taipei: INK Publishing.

2011g

“Local Community and Society Development.” In  History of the ROC’s Development: Articles on Social Development, ed. Ying-hwa Chang. Taipei: Linking Books.

2011h

“Science and Technology Policy and Organization.” In  Cross-Strait and China Studies Research (National Chengchi University China Research Series, #1 ), eds. Jenn-hwan Wang, Ching-ping Tang, and Kuo-cheng Sung. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

Forthcoming.

“Developmental State in Transition: The State and the Development of Taiwan’s Bio-pharmaceutical Industry.” In Developmental State for the 21st Century, eds. C. K. Lee, and Michelle Williams. London: Routledge.

Conference Papers

 

2002a.

“Two Routes toward World City Formation: Taipei and Seoul Compared.” Paper presented at the Conference of Chinese Society: Theory and Research Method. Beijing: Tsinghua University.

2002b

“Under the Shadow of Survival: The Formation and Transformation of the Taiwanese State.” Paper presented at the Conference of Revisiting the Asian States. Netherlands: Leiden University.

2002c

Coauthor with Alvin So. “The Rise and Fall of Developmental State: Taiwan and Hong Kong Compared.” Paper presented at 2002 Annual Conference of Taiwanese Sociological Association . Taichung: Depaetment of Sociology, Tunghai University.

2003a

“The Making of Unknown Heroes: National System of Learning, OEM, and Taiwan’s IT Industry.” Paper presented at the 15th annual conference of SASE (Society for the Advancement of Socio-economics). Aix en Provence, France.

2003b

Coauthor with Shu-wei Huang. “China’s ‘Quasi-Market’ Development Model and Financial Reform.” Paper presented at the Conference of WTO and Cross-Strait Relation. Taichung: Tunghai University.

2003c

“Presidential (Former) Address: Gloablization and Late Industrializing Countries: Implications of East Asian Development Model and Its Transition.” Paper presented at 2003 Annual Conference of Taiwanese Sociological Association. Taipei: Depaetment of Sociology, National Chengchi University

2004a

“Globalization and China’s Development of IT industry.” Paper presented at the Conference of Sociology in a Cross-Strait Group. Beijing: Tsinghua University.

2004b

“Transnational Co-evolution of Technology and Institutions: The Development of Taiwan’s PC Industry.” Lecture in the panel of “Global Production Networks in East Asia”. Berkeley, CA: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

2005

“Divergent Routes from Technological Catching up toward Innovation: South Korea, Taiwan and China.” Paper presented at 2005 Annual Conference of Taiwanese Sociological Association. Taipei: Natinoal Taipei University.

2006a

“Divergent Models of Transition from Technological Catching up to Innovation in South Korea, Taiwan and China.” Paper presented at the 18th annual conference of SASE (Society for the Advancement of Socio-economics). Germany: University of Trier.

2006b

Coauthor with Jun-Ming Chen. “Why are the Patterns of Taiwan's Semiconductor and Computer Industry Organization Development Different?” Paper presented at 2006 Annual Conference of Taiwanese Sociological Association. Taichung: Tunghai University.

2007a

“National Model of Technological Catching up and Innovation: Comparing Patents of Taiwan and South Korea.” Paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference of SASE (Society for the Advancement of Socio-economics). Denmark: Copenhagen Business School.

2007b

Coauthor with Shu-wei Huang. “Contesting Taipei as a World/Gateway City: The Political Perspective.” Paper presented at the Conference of Capital Cities and their Contested Roles in the Life of Nations. Bangkok, Thailand: Shinawatra University.

2007c

Coauthor with Tsung-yuan Chen. “Institutional Coupling and Industrial Innovation and: The Development of Taiwan's Bio-pharmaceutical Industry.” Paper presented at 2007 Annual Conference of Taiwanese Sociological Association. Taipei: Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University.

2008a

Coauthor with Sheng-wen Tseng. “Global Connection and Local Embeddedness: The Social Embeddedness of Taiwan’s IC Design Industry.” Paper presented at 2008 Annual Conference of Taiwanese Sociological Association. Taipei: Academia Sinica.

2008b

Coauthor with Sheng-wen Tseng. “The Besieged Fast Follower Cluster: The Innovation Model of Taiwan’s IC Design Industry.” Paper presented at the 5th East Asian Regional Conference in Alternative Geography. Seoul, Korea: Seoul National University.

2009a

“Why do Industrial Clusters have Different Innovation Patterns? Hsinchu (Taiwan) and Beijing’s High Tech Parks Compared.” Paper presented at the 21st Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE). Paris, France: Sciences Po.

2009b

Coauthor with Tsung-yuan Chen, and Ching-jung Tsai. “Re-shaping East Asian Miracles? Biopharmaceutical Industry in Taiwan, Korea and China.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association. Toronto, Canada. Also presented at International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 6). Daejeon, South Korea. This paper is also avaiable at Social Science Research Networks:  http://ssrn.com/abstract=1464171.

2009c

Coauthor with Tse-kang Leng. “Local States, Institutional Changes, and Innovations Systems: Beijing and Shanghai Compared.” Paper presented at the International Conference on China: Six Decades and After. Taipei: the Center for China Studies, National Chengchi University.

2010a

Coauthor with  Ching-jung Tsai. How does China Restructure Global Production Network?” Paper presented at 2010 Industry Studies Conference (ISA). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois.

2010b

“The Evolution and Innovation of Industrial Clusters in East Asia: Taiwan’s Hsinchu, China’s Zongguancun, and Korea’s Daedock.” Paper presented at XVII International Sociological Association World Congress. Gotherburg , Sweden: University of Gothenburg.

2011a

“Fast Follower’s Innovation and Organizational Structure of Taiwanese IT Industry.” Paper presented at Annual Conference of Association for Asian Studies. Hawaii, HI: Hawaii Conventional Center.

2011b

Coauthor with Tse-kang Leng. “The Production of Space of High Tech Industrial Parks in Beijing and Shanghai.” Paper presented at the Producing Space and Territory in Contemporary China conference. Berkeley, CA: Institute of East Asian Studies, UC Berkeley.

2011c

“Still the Dualist Model? The Development of China’s Pharmaceutical Industry.” Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Conference, Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE). Madrid, Spain.

Books

 

1993

Capital, Labor, and the State: Collected Essays on Taiwan's Sociopolitical Transformation. Taipei: Tang Shan Books.

1995

Coauthor with Sung-ling Lin.  Essays on the Review and Perspective of Taiwan's Sociology. Taichung: Department Sociology, Tunghai University.

1996

Who Rules Taiwan? The State and Power Structure in Democratic Transition. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

1999

Coauthor with Hai-yuan Chu.  Sociology and Taiwanese Society. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2002

Taiwanese Society. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2005

Coauthor with Ying-hwa Chang.  Engaging Taiwan's Vitality. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2009

Coauthor with Hai-yuan Chu.  Sociology and Taiwanese Society (Third Edition). Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2010a

Coauthor with Juei-chi Wang, and Yong-sheng Chen.  The Rural Development and Administration of Cross-Strait. Taipei: Wunan Books.

2010b

The Limits of Fast Follower: Taiwan’s Economic Transition and Innovation (History of Taiwanese Enterprises Series, #1). Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2011a

Coauthor with Chao-tung Wen.  Does Family Business Still Matter? (History of Taiwanese Enterprises Series, #2). Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2011b

Coauthor with Chao-tung Wen.  Taiwan Business History (History of Taiwanese Enterprises Series, #3). Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

2011c

Coauthor with Ching-ping Tang, and Kuo-cheng Sung.  Cross-Strait and China Studies Research (National Chengchi University China Research Series, #1 ). Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.