Director
First Division
Second Division
Third Division
Fourth Division
Basic Data
NAME
Hsu, Kuang-tai
TITLE
Research Fellow

DIVISION

Division of Mainland Chinese Economy and Society
E_mail
shukt@nccu.edu.tw
EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., East Asian Studies, National Chengchi University
  • M.A., Graduate Institute of Law, Soochow University
  • B.A., Department of Law, Soochow University
WORKING EXPERIENCES
  • Research Fellow and Chair, Division of Mainland Chinese Economy and Society, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Adjunct Professor, Institute of Public Administration, National Donghwa University
  • Adjunct Professor, Department of Law, Soochow University
  • Adjunct Professor, Shih Hsin University
RESEARCH FIELD
  • The PRC's Socialist Legal System
  • Cross-Strait Legal Affairs and Relations
  • The PRC’s Land Law System
  • The PRC’s Administrative Law
PUBLICATIONS
 
I. Journal Aricles  
  1. *“Regional Barriers in the Electric Market of China: A Case Study of Power Station of Two Beaches in Sichuan,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.51, No.4(December 2008), pp.1-27.(TSSCI)
  2. *“China's Human Rights of Movement and Its Administrative Laws: A Case Study on the Death of Suen Jyh Gang,” Kai Nan Law Review, No.1(June 2006), pp.73-107.(TSSCI)
  3. *“The Legal Aspect of PRC's Anti-Secession Law,” Prospect & Exploration, Vol.3, No.4 (April 2005), pp.10-14.
  4. *“The Analysis of China’s Legal Aid Regulation,” Cross-Strait and International Affair Quarterly, Vol.1, No.1 (January 2004), pp.103-123.
  5. *“Review on China’s Legal Aid Relation: Observation from the Perspective of “Money”,” Prospect & Exploration, Vol.1, No.9 (September 2003), pp.106-110.
  6. *“Emerging Cross-Strait Force Field: Case Study on the Association of Taiwanese Enterprises’ Investment,” Prospect & Exploration, Vol.1, No.5 (May 2003), pp.1-3.
  7. *“Illegal Detention and Judgment of Democratic Movement Dissidents in China,” Prospect & Exploration,Vol.1, No.4(April 2003), pp. 85-88
  8. *“A Legal Analysis of the Board of Directors of Joint Ventures in PRC,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.44, No.10(October 2001), pp.19-36.(TSSCI)
  9. *“A Preliminary Evaluation of the PRC's Legislative Law--Central-Level Legislation,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.43, No.10(October 2000), pp.39-56.(TSSCI)
  10. *“On the Merger of Publicly-owned Enterprises in Mainland China--taking the Merger Cases in Pingyang of Wenzhou as an Example,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.43, No.6(June 2000), pp.35-49.(TSSCI)
  11. *“PRC’s Constitutions and Class Consciousness,” Taipei Bar Journal (June 2000), pp.63-86.
  12. *“Land Ownership Reform and Land Contract Right Shareholding in Mainland China,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.42, No.11(November 1999), pp.1-14.(TSSCI)
  13. *“The Possibility of Collective Land Ownership System Reform in Mainland China,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.42, No.8(August 1999), pp.1-16.(TSSCI)
  14. *“A Factor Analysis of the Reform of Mainland China's Land Utilization System,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.42, No.4(April 1999), pp.27-43.(TSSCI)
  15. *“A Study of Mainland China's Land Utilization Right Mortgage System,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.41, No.10(October 1998), pp.5-24.(TSSCI)
  16. *“A Study of Mainland China’s Land Utilization Right Leasing System,” Issues & Studies (In Japanese), Vol. 27 No. 5 (February 1998).
  17. *“The Land-use Duration in Guangdong and Shenzhen,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.41, No.1(January 1998), pp.17-29.(TSSCI)
  18. *“The Concept of Land in the Constitution Adopted at the CCP's First National Congress,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.40, No.6(June 1997), pp.38-51.(TSSCI)
  19. *“A Preliminary Study of the Land Off-for-sale System in the Chinese Mainland,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.40, No.3(March 1997), pp.83-98.(TSSCI)
  20. *“The Question of China’s Unification as Seen from the PRC’s Legal system,” Issues & Studies(In Japanese), Vol.25, No.11(August 1996).
  21. *“An Analysis of Beijing's Martial Law,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.39, No.7(July 1996), pp.6-17.(TSSCI)
  22. *“An Analysis of Beijing's White Paper: Children in China,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.39, No.6(June 1996), pp.64-74.(TSSCI)
  23. “The PRC’s Legislation for Marriage Independence of Minority Nationalities,” Issues & Studies (In Japanese), Vol.25, No.3 (December 1995), pp.17-31.
  24. *“Marxist View of Competition,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.38, No.8(August 1995), pp.67-76.(TSSCI)
  25. *“A Study of Fukian’s Adoption of Local Laws,” East Asia Quarterly, Vol.27, No.1 (July 1995), pp.78-95.
  26. “Economic Crimes in Mainland China,” Issues & Studies (In Japanese), Vol.24, No.11 (April 1995), pp. 73-85.
  27. *“Foreign Investment in Mainland China and Labor-Management,” Socioeconomic Law and Institution Review, Vol.15 (January 1995), pp.105-117.
  28. *“The Reform of Mainland China’s Attorney System,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.37, No.10(October 1994), pp.15-24.-76.(TSSCI)
  29. *“A Study of Beijing's State Compensation Law,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.37, No. 9 (September 1994), pp.41-51. (TSSCI)
  30. *“The Granting of Legislative Rights to the Amoy Special Economic Region,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.37, No. 7 (July 1994), pp.5-13. (TSSCI)
  31. *“A Legal Angle on the PRC's Anti-Corruption Campaign,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.37, No. 5 (May 1994), pp.47-55. (TSSCI)
  32. *“Beijing's Attempts to Establish a Legal Basis for the Socialist Market Economy,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.36, No. 12 (December 1993), pp.44-55. (TSSCI)
  33. *“An Analysis of the Use of Land Value as an Investment in Mainland China,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.36, No. 11 (November 1993), pp.13-20. (TSSCI)
  34. *“The Features of the Privatization of Mainland China's Socialist Market Economy,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.36, No. 8 (August 1993), pp.45-56. (TSSCI)
  35. *“An Analysis of the Constitutional Amendment Passed at the First Session of the Eighth National People's Congress,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.36, No. 7 (July 1993), pp.5-15. (TSSCI)
  36. *“Export Procession, Assembly and Contract Conclusion by Taiwan Investors in Mainland China,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.36, No. 3 (March 1993), pp.18-30. (TSSCI)
  37. *“The PRC's Protection and Restriction of Assembly and Demonstration Rights,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.35, No. 12 (December 1992), pp.17-24. (TSSCI)
  38. *“Cross-Strait Legal Relations,” East Asia Quarterly, Vol. 24, No. 2 (October 1992), pp. 46-63.
  39. *“On the PRC's Criticism of the ROC's Regulations on Cross-Strait People-to-People Relations," Mainland China Studies Vol.35, No.10 (October 1992), pp.56-65 (TSSCI)
  40. *“The PRC's View of Intellectual Property Rights,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.35, No.6 (June 1992), pp.47-60. (TSSCI)
  II Books and Chapters
  1. *“Market Transition and Legal Protection of Peasant's Land Rights in Mainland China: Contradiction and Challenge,” in Te-Sheng Chen ed., China's Market Transition and Social Development: Transformation, Challenge and Comparison. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2007.
  2. *“Study on Chinese Peasant's Land Rights: Taking Sichuan Peasant Representative Liu Zheng-You, who Safeguards the Rights, as the Example,” in Mainland China's Legal System Study (Vol. 14). Taipei: Judicial Yuan, 2005.
  3. *China’s Accession to WTO and Legal System Modernization: Observation from the Convergence Theory,” in Kuang-Tai Hsu ed., WTO and Cross-Strait Development. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2003.
  4. *“Travel Promotion and Legal System Norms in Xinjiang Area: Several Travel Experiences’ Reflection,” in Kuo-Cheng Sung ed., Great Exploitation in the West. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2002.
  5. *Study on the State-owned Land Utilization System in Mainland China’s Cities. Taipei: Laureate Publisher, 1999.
  6. *“Relevant Laws for the State-owned Land Management and Utilization Transfer in Mainland China; Feasible Model of Privatization of State-run Enterprises: Taking the Taiwan Sugar Corporation as an Example,” Kaohsiung: Asia Pacific Research Foundation, 1997.
  7. *The PRC’s Brand Law. Taipei: Shiying Publisher, 1996.
  8. *On the PRC’s Legal System. Taipei: the Commercial Press, Ltd., 1989.
  III Conference Papers
  1. *“Regional Barriers in the Electric Market of China: A Case Study of Power Station of Two Beaches in Sichuan,” December 2008, Institute of International Relations, Taipei.
  2. *“Social Harmony and Legal System Development: Study on Relevant Legal Problem of Shanxi Jishan Slander Case,” Conference on Chinese Communist Party 17th Congress Observation, December 2007, Institute of International Relations, Taipei, pp.32-45.
  3. *“Market Transition and Legal Protection of Peasant's Land Rights in Mainland China: Contradiction and Challenge,Conference on China's Market Transition and Social Development March: Transformation, Challenge and Comparison, April 2006, Institute of International Relations, Center for China Studies, Office of Research and Development, and China Regional Economic Development and Governance Forum, NCCU, Taipei.
  4. *“A Study of the PRC's Marriage Law for Minority Nationalities,” Symposium on Cross-Strait Development and Cultural Exchanges, August 1995, Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies, Taipei.
  5. *“The Legal Effects of Beijing's Use of Land Value as an Investment,” the Second Cross-Strait Law Symposium, November 1993, Soochow University's School of Law and the PRC's Politics and Law University, Beijing.
  6. *“Exports, Processing, Assembly, and Contract Conclusion by Taiwan Businessmen in Mainland China,” the First Cross-Strait Law Symposium, December 1992, Soochow University's School of Law and the PRC's Politics and Law University, Taipei.
  IV Research Grants and Projects
  1. *“Study on the PRC’s Anti-Improper Competition Law,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 1995.
  2. *“Study on the PRC’s Copyright,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 1993.
  3. *“Study on the PRC’s Industrial Property Right (Brands),” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 1990.
  4. *“Study on the PRC’s Industrial Property Right (Patents),” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 1988.