| Chia-Chou Wang
Education：Ph.D. in Sociology
Contact Number：+886 7 6577711 Ext. 5869
Wang, Chia-chou. 2003. “Prospect of China Political Change and Democracy.” in Tse-hsiung Shih, ed.. Discover Contemporary China, Taipei: Yang-Chih Book Co., Ltd Press.
Wang, Chia-chou. 2003. “Type and Influence of China Central and Local Relationship.” in Tse-hsiung Shih, ed.. Discover Contemporary China, Taipei: Yang-Chih Book Co., Ltd Press.
Wang, Chia-chou. 2005. “Political Succession: Power Secure and Governance Strategy of Hu and Wen.” In Xin-min Zhu ed., Hu & Wen System in Balancing Strategy – Thought and Strategy, Taipei: Cross-Strait Interflow Prospect Foundation Press.
Wang, Chia-chou, 2005. “Rational Reaction of the Provinces to the Use of Military Force Against Taiwan in PRC.” Mainland China Studies, Vol.48, No.4, pp.53-78.
Wang, Chia-chou, 2004. “The Central and Local Relationship after the 16th Congress of CCP--Analysis by the Method of Allocation of Political Interest.” Soochow Journal of Political Science, No. 18, pp.157-85.
Wang, Chia-chou, 2003. “Strategic Interaction between Central and Local during Fiscal Institutional Transformation: The Case of Guangdong's Tax Assignment System.” Mainland China Studies, Vol.46, No. 5, pp81-103.
Wang, Chia-chou, 2003. “Construction and Examination of the Typologies of Politic-Economic Relationship between Central and Local in PRC--The Case of 15th CCP Congress in 1997.” Prospect Quarterly, Vol. 4, No.3, pp.145-82.
Wang, Chia-chou, 2002. “Analysis of Democratic Extent between Mainland China and Taiwan.” East Asia Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp.25-42.
Wang, Chia-chou, 2002. “’The Representations’ and Political Succession.” China Affairs, No. 10, pp.22-38.
Wang, Chia-chou, 2001. “Economic Development and Political Democratization: Examination of Taiwan Experience and Current China Analysis.” China Affairs, No. 6, pp.58-79.
Wang, Chia-chou, 2001. “Analysis of Literature of Central and Local Relationship in PRC.” East Asia Quarterly, Vol.32, No.4, pp.47-64.
Wang, Chia-chou, 2000. “A Study of Election and Political System Transition in Taiwan.” Theory and Policy, Vol. 14, No. 3, pp13-44.
Wang, Chia-chou, 1998. “PRC Political Change in 1976 ~ 1996 under Interaction of Elite Static.” Studies in Communism, Vol.24, No.8, pp.4-17.
Wang, Chia-chou, 1998. “Analysis of the Current Situation and Factor of Democracy Difference between Cross Straits.” Studies in Communism, Vol.24, No.4, pp.28-39.
Wang, Chia-chou, 1998. “Analysis of China Democracy Prospect.” Studies in Communism, Vol.24, No.2, pp.42-8.
Wang, Chia-chou, 1997. “Study of China Election and Democratic Extent.”Studies in Communism, Vol.23, No.12, pp.52-62.
Wang, Chia-chou, 1997. “An Analysis of the Democratic Movements on the Chinese Mainland.” East Asia Quarterly, Vol. 28, No.3, pp.107-23.
1. Analysis of Strategic Interaction Between Central and Local During the Period of Fighting SARS in China —Cases of Guangdong and Beijing (NSC 92-2414-H-470-001)
2. The Possible Action of the Provinces upon China’s Policy Toward Taiwan—The Case of Using Force Against Taiwan (NSC 93-2414-H-464-001)
3. Pioneering, Bandwagoning or Resisting : Forecast and Testify of Strategy of Each Province under Deflationary Policy in Mainland China Year 2004 (NSC94-2414-H-464-003)
4. Political Interest and Resource Allocation: The Capability of the Provinces Influence the Central Policy in PRC (NSC 95-2414-H-214-002)
Research Areas and Interests：Comparative Politics,Intergovernmental Relation,Cross Strait Relations.
Education：Ph.D.in Political Science (NCCU, Taiwan)
Contact Number：+886 7 657-7711 ext. 5868
Background：Prof. Lan received his academic training from a variety of fields and institutions. He graduated from Naval Communication and Electronics School (TW) and Anti-Submarine Warfare Traning Center (USA), where he was trained as an electronic technician and course instructor. During his service in the Navy, he got his B.A. form NCKU, majored in English and German. After leaving the Navy, he went to Wuerzburg University, Germany to begin his study in political science. He finally got his M.A. from CCU (Taiwan)in 1997 and Ph.D. from NCCU in 2004. During his Ph.D. progamm, he joined and worked intensively with international research projects, which included “DPP 2000 (Smith-Richardson Foundation, USA)”, “IPC Globalization Study: Taiwan Project (MIT, USA)” and “Escaping the Vicious Spiral of Welfare without Work: Germany and the Netherlands in Comparison (MPIfG, Germany)”.
Current Research：Prof. Lan joined the PPM, ISU in 2004. He teaches courses in the field of comparative politics in general, welfare politics and international political economy in particular. His current research interests include the politics of welfare reform in advanced democracies and the politics of welfare formation in East Asian NICs.
Current Teaching：Politics,Comparative Governments & Politics,Political Economy,Comparative Health Policy.
Education：Ph.D. in Urban Planning (TW)
Contact Number：+886 7 657-7711 ext. 5871
Background：Having graduated from The Department of Urban Planning, National Chen Kung University, Taiwan, wen-yen joined the staff of the Department of Public Policy and Management, I-Shou University in 2009. He is a member of Urban Planner Association, a commissioner of Public Works Commission , Executive Yuan, had a professional career in Kaohsiung City Government for 28 years , who had been served as a Deputy Director of Urban Development Bureau, Public Works Bureau, as well as holding a capacity as Executive Secretary of Urban Planning Commission, Advisor of Mayor.
Current Research：Currently wen-yen is focus on the Urban Development practice and Construction Engineering Management. At meantime, He is finding the way to reduce in Public Works Civil litigation Scenario dispute, and continuing to work on the best practice in between Public sector, Construction Engineering and Law system.
Current Teaching：Case study of Urban Development and Governance, Research of Public Management, Regional Integration and Public Policy, Special Topics of National Comprehensive Planning.