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Basic Data
NAME
Wu, Der-yuan
TITLE
Assistant Research Fellow

DIVISION

Division of China Politics
E_mail
dywu@nccu.edu.tw
EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., Political Science, Carleton University, Canada
  • M.A., Political Science, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
  • M.A., Graduate Institute of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University
  • B.A., Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University
WORKING EXPERIENCES
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Public Policy and Administration, National Chi Nan University
  • Visiting Researcher, Institute of Canadian Studies, University of Ottawa, Canada
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies, University of York & University of Toronto, Canada
  • Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Carleton University, Canada
  • Officer, Department of International Organizations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Political Science, National Changhua University of Education
RESEARCH FIELD
  •  Ideas and Policy Process
  • Cross-Strait and North America Relations
  • The PRC’s Human Rights Diplomacy and Environmental Policy
  • China and Global Governance
  • New Institutionalism and Social Constructivism
  • Canadian Foreign Policy and Aboriginal Policy
PUBLICATIONS
 
I. Journal Articles  
  1. Maintaining Status Quo Across the Taiwan Strait: A Constructivist/Institutionalist Perspective,” Issues & Studies, Vol. 44, No. 1 (March 2008), pp.33-69. (SSCI)
  2. *“Global Governance in the Development of Public Policy Theories,” Administration and Policy, Vol.42 (June 2006), pp.1-36. (TSSCI)
  3. *“The Policy Deliberation of Canada’s Taiwan Affairs Act in the House of Commons,” Taiwan International Studies Quarterly, Vol.2. No.1 (2006), pp.241-250.
  4. *From Unipolar, Multipolar to Bipolar Representation? The Evolution of India’s Party System and Its Democratic Practice,” Taiwan International Studies Quarterly, Vol.2. No.4 (2006), pp.51-80.
  5. *Canadian Multilateral Diplomacy and Governance: Continuity and Transformation,” Taiwan International Studies Quarterly, Vol.1. No.1 (2005), pp.1-29.
  6. *“On the Linkage between Social Constructivism in International Relations and New Institutionalism in Sociological and Organizational Analysis,” Taiwanese Political Science Review, Vol.7. No.1 (June 2003), pp.3-37. (TSSCI)
  II Books and Chpters
  1. *The Institutional Development of “One China (Respective Representations)” and Its Impact: A Constructivist/Institutionalist Perspective. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2009.
  2. *“Striving for Cultural Sustainable Autonomy and Empowerment: Development of the Aboriginal Canadian Higher Education Policy,” in Cheng-Fong Shih and Jo-Lan Hsieh ed., Affirmative Action and Employment of University Professor. Hualien: College of Indigenous Studies, NDHU Press, 2008.
  3. *“Ideas, Security Construction and Diplomatic Negotiations: A Case of Sino-Canadian Normalization and Its Theoretical Implications,” in Chen-Shen Yan ed., International Security Strategies in Transition. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2008, pp. 305-355.
  4. *“From Unipolar, Multipolar to Bipolar Representative Systems? The Evolution of Party System in India and its Democratic Practice,” in Cheng-Fong Shih and Jo-Lan Hsieh eds., Contemporary Indian Democracy. Taipei: Taiwan International Studies Association, 2007, pp.77-112.
  5. “Transactions, Institutions and Identity Transformation,” in I Yuan ed., Is There a Greater China Identity? Security and Economic Dilemma. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2007, pp. 75-92.
  6. *“Policy Tools: Classification and Usage,’’ in T & D Issues, 5th Collection. Taipei: National Civil Service Institute Press, 2006.
  7. Canada and the Global Diffusion of One China’’ in Andre Lecours ed., New Institutionalism: Theory and Analysis. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005, pp.319-340.
  8. *“From Traditional Multilateralism to Multilayered Governance: the Development of Canadian Foreign Policy Network,” in Cheng-Fong Shih ed., Contemporary Canadian Democracy. Taipei: Institute for National Development, 2004, pp.83-119.
  III Conference Ppers
  1. *Striving for Cultural Sustainable Autonomy and Empowerment: Development of the Aboriginal Canadian Higher Education Policy,’’ Affirmative Action and University Faculty Recruitment Conference, November 1, 2008, National Dong-hua University, Hua-lien, Taiwan.
  2. “The End of Agency? The Rise of China and Taiwan’s Strategic Options,” The 49th International Studies Association Annual Conference, March 26-29, 2008, San Francisco, U.S.A.
  3. *“A Brand Name with Multiple Orientations? Reflections on the Development of New Institutionalism,” 2007 Chinese Association of Political Science (Taipei) Annual Conference, September 29-30, 2007, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  4. “Institutionalizing Status Quo Across the Strait: A Constructivist/Institutionalist Perspective,” The 36th Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, June 1-2, 2007, University of Denver, Denver, CO., USA.
  5. *“Construction of Diplomatic Security and Frontier: Sino-Canadian Normalization Process and Its Implications,” Conference on International Security Strategies in Transition, May 2007, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  6. “Constructing Stability in a ‘Dire Strait’: American Factor,” The 48th International Studies Association Annual Convention, February 28-March 3, 2007, Chicago, IL, USA.
  7. *“From Unipolar, Multipolar to Bipolar Representative Systems? The Evolution of Party System in India,” Contemporary Indian Democracy, November 2006, Taiwan International Studies Association, Taipei, Taiwan, pp.77-112.
  8. Transactions, Institutions and Identity (Trans-)formation,” The 35th Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, August 28-29, 2006, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  9. *“Canadian NGOs and International Development Policy,” The Symposia on the Third Sector, December 22, 2005, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  10. *“The Meaning of Global Governance in the Development of Public Policy Theories,” 2005 Taiwanese Association for Public Affairs Departments and Institutes Annual Conference, June 22, 2005, National Taipei University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  11. “Policy Adaptability to Great Power Leadership: Taiwan’s Foreign Policy Discourse and Room for Policy Change,” The 46th International Studies Association Annual Convention, March 1-5, 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
  12. *”From Multilateralism to Multilayered Governance: the Development of Canadian Foreign Policy Network,” Conference on Contemporary Canadian Democracy, November 2004, Taiwan International Studies Association, Taipei, Taiwan.
  13. *“The Identity and Challenge of International Relations in Globalization,” 2004 Chinese Association for Political Science Annual Conference, September 18-19, 2004, Tainan, Taiwan.
  14. “Global Dominance and Discontents: One China and Taiwan Phenomenon,” The 45th International Studies Association Annual Convention, March 17-20, 2004, Montreal, Canada.
  15. *“Agency and Structure Problem in Political Science,” Paper presented at 2003 Taiwanese Political Science Association Annual Conference, December 13-14, 2003, Taipei, Taiwan.
  16. *“Government-NGOs Democratic Governance: A Perspective from New Institutionalism,” Democratic Governance and Taiwanese Administrative Reform Conference, June 22, 2003, Taipei, Taiwan.
  17. *“International Relations Theories Revisited: On the Linkage between New Institutionalism and Social Constructivism,” 2002 Taiwanese Political Science Association Annual Conference, December 2002, Taiwanese Political Science Association, Taipei, Taiwan.
  18. *“Service Quality and Local Governmental Productivity: A Perspective from Policy Network and Participation,” Paper presented at Knowledge Government and Governmental Productivity Conference, December 2002, Department of Public Management and Policy, THU, Taiwan.
  19. “Development Partnership across Boundaries: Canadian NGOs-Government Partnership as a Model?” 2002 Canadian Asian Studies Association Annual Conference, May 27-30, 2002, Toronto, Canada.
  20. “Engaged Independence: A Case of the Sino-Canadian Negotiations in Stockholm, 1969-70,” 2001 Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference, May 27-29, 2001, Quebec City, Canada.
  21. “President Out of Making: A Case of Taiwan’s 2000 Presidential Election,” 2001 Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference, May 27-29, 2001, Quebec City, Canada
  IV Research Grant and Projects
  1. *“Non-Governmental Organizations and the Construction of International Affairs Institutional Networks,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2004.
  2. *“The Re-Presentation of Beijing-Taipei Contending "One China" Diplomacy: Social Constructivist and New Institutionalist Perspectives (Book),” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2006.
  3. *“Public Policy and Administration in Mainland China,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2006.