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Basic Data
NAME
Wang, Juei-chi
TITLE
Assistant Research Fellow

DIVISION

Division of Mainland Chinese Economy and Society
E_mail
jcwang@nccu.edu.tw
EDUCATION
  • M.A., English Department, Michigan State University
  • M.A., College of Education, Michigan State University
  • B.A., English Department, Soochow University
WORKING EXPERIENCES
  • Instructor, English Department, Soochow University
  • Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
RESEARCH FIELD
  • Cross-Strait Educational Exchange
  • Cross-Strait Human Resource Development
PUBLICATIONS
 
I. Journal Aricles  
  1. *“The Development and Changes of China’s Graduate School Education under Globalization,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.51, No.1 (March 2008), pp. 67-102. (TSSCI)
  2. *“On Application of the Triangle of Coordination in the Study of Mainland China’s Higher Education,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.49, No.3 (September 2006), pp.23-50. (TSSCI)
  3. *“The State Control and the Uneven Development of China’s Higher Education,” co-writer Yu-Fang Hu, Mainland China Studies, Vol.47, No.4 (December 2004), pp.75-105. (TSSCI)
  4. *“The Bid for Building World-class Universities and the Transformation of Elite Universities on the Chinese Mainland,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.47, No.2 (June 2004), pp.57-91. (TSSCI)
  5. *“Globalization and Bilingual Manpower on the Two Sides of Taiwan Strait,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.45, No.6 (November 2002), pp.81-111. (TSSCI)
  6. *“The Market Mechanisms and the Human Capital Development in China’s West,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.45, No.3 (May 2002), pp.1-25. (TSSCI)
  7. *“The Massification of Higher Education in Chinese Mainland in the Twenty-first Century,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.44, No.5 (May 2001), pp.41-60. (TSSCI)
  8. *“The Reform and Transformation of the Natural Science Research Institution on the Chinese Mainland,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.43, No.11 (November 2000), pp.29-52. (TSSCI)
  9. *“Development of Higher Education in the Chinese Mainland in the 1990s,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.43, No.4 (April 2000), pp.59-79. (TSSCI)
  10. “The Development of Professional Manpower in Mainland China in the 1990s,”Issues & Studies, Vol. 36, No.2 (March 2000), pp. 99-132. (SSCI)
  11. *“On the Development of Graduate School Education in the 1990s in the Chinese Mainland: Regarding Fierce Enrollment Competition,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.42, No.5 (May 1999), pp.85-105. (TSSCI)
  12. *“The System of Recruiting and Promoting University Teachers in the Chinese Mainland,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.41, No.12 (December 1998), pp.59-76. (TSSCI)
  13. *“The PRC’s Policy Regarding the Skilled Labor Market over the Past Two Decades,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.41, No.6 (June 1998), pp.81-100. (TSSCI)
  14. “The Evolution of the PRC’s Policies Governing College Graduates’ Employment,” Issues & Studies, Vol. 34, No.3 (March 1998), pp. 23-50. (SSCI)
  15. *“A Comparative Study of the Higher Education Tuition Policies of the Two Sides of the Taiwan Strait,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.40, No.8 (August 1997), pp.48-70. (TSSCI)
  16. *“The Reforms of the College Entrance Examination on the Chinese Mainland,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.36, No.2 (February 1993), pp.81-93. (TSSCI)
  17. *“The Reforms of the College Enrollment Planning on the Chinese Mainland: 1978-1989,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.35, No.1 (January 1992), pp.72-90. (TSSCI)
  18. *“The Reforms of the Higher Education on the Chinese Mainland, 1950-1989,” Mainland China Studies, (October 1989), pp.54-61. (TSSCI)
  19. “Campus Business--A Source of Finance for Mainland China's Higher Learning Institutes,” Issues & Studies, Vol.25, No.7 (July 1989), pp.49-66. (SSCI)
  20. *“Money Making in the Elementary and Secondary Schools on the Chinese Mainland Mainland China Studies, (October 1988), pp.60-66. (TSSCI)
  II Books and Chapters
  1. *Modern Chinese Higher Education over the Past Century: The Triangle Evolution of Nation, Academy and Market, Taipei: Taipei Higher Education Publisher, 2007.
  2. *“The Changes and Continuity of Chinese Human Capital Development Policy after Joining WTO,” WTO and Cross-Strait Development. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2003.
  3. *“Study on Cross-Strait’s Bilingual Manpower in the 21st century from the Perspective of Globalization,” in Kuo-Cheng Sung ed., China in the 21st Century (Vol.2): Globalization and China, Taipei: Institute of International Relations, November, 2002.
  4. *China in the 21st Century (Vol.2): Globalization and China. assist. ed. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2002.
  5. *China in the 21st Century (Vol.1): Great Exploitation in the West. assist. ed. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2002.
  6. *The College Entrance Examination and the Development of Higher Education on the Chinese Mainland. Funded by the Mainland Affairs Council, Taiwan, 1994.
  III Conference Papers
  1. *“Characteristics and Development of the Professional Doctor’s Degree: Analyses of American, British and Australian Experiences,” co-writer Chia-Fen Wu, Cross-Strait Local Governance and Public Policy, November 2007, Center for China Studies and Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
  2. *“Characteristics and Development of the Professional Doctor’s Degree: Analyses of American, British and Australian Experiences,” Cross-Strait’s Colleges Internal Governance, September 2007, Beijing Normal University.
  3. *“The Expansion and Stratification of Graduate Education in Mainland China in the Beginning of the 21st Century,” Challenges and Innovation: The Higher Education in the Changing World—Cross-Strait Higher Education Studies, April 2005, Renmin University of China and Center for China Studies, National Chengchi University.
  4. *“The Transplanting of California Model to Taiwan Research-oriented Universities,” Excellence and Efficiency-Prospects of Cross-Strait Higher Education Development in 21st Century, October 2003, Department of Education, National Chengchi University.
  IV Research Grants and Projects
  1. *“The Transplant of Taiwan’s Farmer’s Association: the Association of Rural Comprehensive Development at Jianshi County, Hubei Province,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2009.
  2. *“The Internationalization of Mainland China's Higher Education,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2007.
  3. *“The Market Factors in the Development of Professional Degree in the Chinese Mainland---Case Study of Engineering Professional Degree,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2006.
  4. *“The Rise of Public University Branches and Their Independence in the Chinese Mainland,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2005.
  5. *“The Impacts of Recognizing Mainland China’s Academic Degree on Taiwan Higher Education Industry,” granted from Mainland Affairs Council, Taiwan, 2003.
  6. *“Research Universities on the Two Sides of the Taiwan Strait since the 1990s (I),” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2002.
  7. *“A Study on the Cross-Strait Research-oriented Universities,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2002.
  8. *“A Study on the Enrollment System of Taiwanese Student in Mainland China’s Higher Education Institutions,” granted from Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Taiwan, 2000.