Director
First Division
Second Division
Third Division
Fourth Division

Basic Data
NAME
Chen, Te-sheng
TITLE
Research Fellow
DIVISION
Division of Mainland Chinese Economy and Society
E_mail
dschen@nccu.edu.tw
EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., Graduate Institute of East Asia Studies, National Chengchi University
  • M.D., Graduate Institute of Chinese Studies, Chinese Culture University
  • B.A., Department of Economics, Chinese Culture University
WORKING EXPERIENCES
  • Research Fellow, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Chief Executive Officer, Forum on China’s Regional Economic Development and Governance, National Chengchi University
  • Consultant, Mainland China Economic and Trade Committee, Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association
  • Chairman, Taipei Cross-Strait Economic and Cultural Exchange Association
  • Research Grant, the Sumitomo Foundation, Japan
  • Chief of the Cooperation and Exchange Section, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Chair, Division of Mainland Chinese Economy and Society, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Visiting Scholar, Japan Interchange Association
  • Visiting Scholar, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, US
RESEARCH FIELD

Political Economy, Local Government and Governance, Cross-Strait Economic and Trade Relations

PUBLICATIONS
 

I. Journal Articles  

  1. *“A Comparative Study of the Investment Strategies of the Taiwanese, Japanese and Korean Businessmen in China,” East Asia Studies, Vol.19, No.1 (January 2008), pp. 2-33.
  2. *“The Operation and Changes in China’s Policies of Agricultural Reform: Decision-Making and Comparatives,” Prospect Quarterly, Vol.9, No.1 (January 2008), pp.1-37. (TSSCI)
  3. *“Political Recruitment and Local Governance in the 17th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.50, No.4, pp.57-85. (TSSCI)
  4. *“Assessment Regarding the Policy and Practice of Cross-Strait Academic Exchange,” Prospect Quarterly, Vol.6, No.2 (April 2005), pp.35-82. (co-authored with Chin-Chun Chen) (TSSCI)
  5. *“China's New Economic Policy and Trend,” Prospect & Exploration, Vol.2, No.12 (December 2004), pp.1-4.
  6. *“Intergovernmental Relations during Market Transition in the Yangtze Delta: Co-opetition Tendency,” Chinese Political Science Review, Vol.38 (December 2004), pp.59-100. (TSSCI)
  7. *“The SARS Crisis Management in Taiwan and the Mainland China--A Comparison of Regime Performances,” Prospect Quarterly, Vol.6, No.1 (October 2004), pp.105-154. (TSSCI)
  8. *“Economic Implication and Taiwan's Investment in Mainland China: Global Market and Regional Strategies,” Prospect & Exploration, Vol.2, No.9 (September 2004), pp.18-34.
  9. *“Institutional Reform of the PRC State Council, 1998-2001: Progress and Challenges—Analyzing the "Reinventing-government" Perspective” Prospect Quarterly, Vol.3, No.1 (January 2002), pp.105-154. (TSSCI)
  10. *“Political Implications of the PRC’s Permission for Private Entrepreneurs to Join the Party,” Studies in Communism, Vol.27, No.8 (August 2001), pp.4-6.
  11. *“PRC’s Expansionary Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth during the Tenth Five-Year Plan,” Economic Outlook Bimonthly, No.76 (July 2001), pp.30-34.
  12. *“Cross-Strait Academic Exchange Policy:Operation and Assessment,” Prospect Quarterly, Vol.2, No.1 (January 2001), pp.67-104. (co-authored with Chin-Chun Chen) (TSSCI)
  13. *“Improvement of Training in Coping with the CCP Succession,” Studies in Communism, Vol.26, No.7 (July 2000), pp.4-6.
  14. *“Establishment of Government Institutions in the Former Soviet Union and Central Eastern Europe: Theories and Operations,” Studies in Communism, Vol.26, No.1 (January 2000), pp.15-27.
  15. *“Establishment and Evolution of the PRC State Council: From 1948 to 1981,” Studies in Communism, Vol.25, No.12 (December 1999), pp.33-51.
  16. “China's Economic Development after Deng: Continuities, Changes, and Challenges,” American Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol.6, No.1 (April 1999), pp.55-72.
  17. *“The Fifteenth Party Congress of the CCP: Economic Policy Orientations and Political Implications,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.41, No.2 (February 1998), pp.3-15. (TSSCI).
  18. *“The Impact of Economic Development on Mainland China's Politics and Their Interrelationship,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.40, No.1(January 1997), pp.6-24.(TSSCI)
  19. “The Impact of Hong Kong’s Handover on Cross-Strait Relations,”Issues & Studies (in Japanese), Vol.26, No.11, pp.17-30.
  20. “The Mainland Chinese Economy in 1996,” Issues & Studies (in Japanese), Vol.26, No. 3 (1996), pp.40-55.
  21. *“The Mainland Chinese Economy in 1995,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.39, No.3 (March 1996), pp.5-19.(TSSCI)
  22. *“Economic Trends after the Fifth Plenum of the CCP's Fourteenth Central Committee: With a Review of Beijing's Ninth Five-Year Plan and Its Goals for 2010,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.38, No.11 (November 1995), pp.15-32. (TSSCI)
  23. “Mainland China's Economic Situation and Taiwan Investment in Mainland China,” Issues & Studies (in Japanese), Vol.24, No. 11(August 1995), pp.5-19.
  24. “Mainland China's Economic Situation and Prospects,” Issues & Studies (in Japanese), Vol.24, No.8 (May 1995), pp.52-67
  II Books and Chapters
  1. *Economic Globalization and Taiwan’s Investment Strategies in China. Taipei: Ink Publisher, 2008.
  2. *Political Recruitment and Local Governance in the 17th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party. Taipei: INK Publisher, 2008.
  3. *A Comparative Study of the Investment Strategies of the Taiwanese, Japanese and Korean Businessmen in Chin. Taipei: INK Publisher, 2008.
  4. *China’s Market Transition and Social Development.Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, 2007.  
  5. *Cross-Strait Crisis Management: SARS Experience, Lessons, and Comparison. Taipei: Jing-Dian Publisher, 2005.
  6. *“Comparison of Cross-Strait SARS Management: Analysis from the Politico-economic Perspective,” in Te-Sheng Chen ed., Cross-Strait Crisis Management: SARS Experience, Lessons, and Comparison. Taipei: Jing-Dian Publisher, 2005.
  7. *“Wen’s Effect: the Macro-Control Policy and its Effects,” in Shin-Min Chu ed., The Balance Strategies of Hu-Wen Regime: Thoughts and Policies. Taipei: Prospect Foundation, 2005.
  8. *Revitalization of the Northeast: Policies, Opportunities, and Challenges. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, 2004.
  9. *“Strategies and Challenges for ‘Revitalization of the Northeast’: Market Transition and Comparison,” in Te-Sheng Chen and Kuang-Tai Hsu ed., Revitalization of the Northeast: Policies, Opportunities, and Challenges. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, 2004.
  10. *“Governmental Functions in Economic Development: Changes and Adjustment,” in Te-Sheng Chened., Economic Development in Mainland China Area: Changes and Challenges. Taipei: Wu-Nan Book Inc, 2003.
  11. *Economic Development in Mainland China Area: Changes and Challenges. Taipei: Wu-Nan Book Inc, 2003.
  12. *“Cross-straits Economic and Trade Interactions: Outlook and Retrospect,” Wu-Yueh Chang ed., Perspectives of the Relationship across the Strait. Taipei: Wun Ching Publishing Group, 2003.
  13. *“State-owned Enterprise Reform in China: Challenges,” in Wu-Yueh Chang ed. Perspectives of Mainland China. Taipei: Wun Ching Publishing Group, 2003.
  14. *Evaluation of the Development of Cross-Strait Academic Exchanges: Mutual Trust Accumulation and Policy Implications. Taipei: Cross-strait Interflow Prospect Foundation, 2001. (co-authored with Chin-Chun Chen)
  15. *PRC’s Economic and Trade Policy toward Taiwan at the Current Stage: Conception, Orientation and Operation – Taiwan’s response to the policy. Taipei: Council for Economic Planning and Development, 2000.
  16. *Institutional Reform of the PRC State Council, 1978-1998---A Study for Reinventing Government. Yungyeh Publisher, 1999.
  17. *Political and Economic Interactions across the Taiwan Strait. Taipei: Yungyeh Publisher, June 1994.
  18. *Political and Economic Situation in Mainland China. Taipei: Yungyeh Publisher, October 1992.
  III Conference Papers
  1. *“Local Governance Strategy, Performance, and Transition Challenges in Dongguan and Kunshan,” Conference on the Taiwanese Investment Experiences in Dongguan and Kunshan, in Mainland China, November 2006, Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
  2. *“Cross-Strait Political and Economic Interaction and Integration: From the Pursuit of Common Interests to the Construction of Common Values,” The 2ed World Forum in China Studies, July 2006, Shanghai Academy of Social Science.
  3. *“Market Transition and Construction of ‘Harmonious Society’ in China: Changes and Challenges,” Symposium on China’s Market Transition and Social Development: Changes, Challenges and Comparison, April 2004, Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
  4. “Intergovernmental Relations during the Market Transition:‘ Co-opetition’in the Yangtze Delta,” An International Conference on Grassroots Democracy and Local Government in China during the Reform Era, November 2004, Chinese Association of Political Science, Center for China Studies(NCCU), and Mainland Affairs Council.
  5. *“Assessment of the Cross-Strait Academic Exchanges,” Conference on the Prospects of the Cross-Straits Exchanges, November 2004, Cross-strait Interflow Prospect Foundation, College of International Affairs(NCCU), Chinatimes, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations. (co-authored with Chin-Chun Chen)
  6. *“Intergovernmental Relations During Market Transition in the Yangtze Delta: Co-opetition Tendency,” Conference on the Economic Development in Mainland China and the Cross-Strait Economic and Trade Interactions, November 2004, Institute of International Relations(NCCU), Taipei Cross-Strait Economic and Cultural Exchange Association.
  7. *“Changes and Operations of China’s Agricultural Reform Policy: Decision-Making and Comparative Perspective,” Conference on Agricultural Development and Rural Reform in China, November 2004, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
  8. *“Economic Globalization and Taiwan’s Investment in China: Strategies and Arrangement,”Economic Globalization and Taiwan’s Investment Strategies in China, April 2004, Taipei Cross-Strait Economic and Cultural Exchange Association.
  9. “The Interactions of the PRC’s Political and Economic Changes: The Impact of Economic Globalization,” The Political and Economic Reforms of Mainland China in a Changing Global Society, 2002, National Taiwan University.
  10. *“Cross-strait Economic Integration: Conception, Operation, and Challenges,” Symposium on Coordination of Chinese Economic Systems (CSCE VII), November 2001, Coordination System for the Chinese Economies.
  11. *“China's Accession to the WTO and the Changes of Governmental Functions: Adaptation and Challenges,” Development of Cross-Strait Economic Relations after the Accession of the Mainland and Taiwan to the WTO, November 2001.
  12. *“China's Economic Development After Deng: Continuities Changes, and Challenges,” Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, October 1997.
  13. “Mainland China's Current Economic Situation,” Symposium on the Situation in Mainland China, June 3-20, 1996.
  14. “The Concept and Challenges of Mainland China's Ninth Five-Year Plan,” Symposium on Mainland China's Economic Development, April 1996.
  15. “The Development of Mainland China's Market Economy: Macro Control and an Evaluation,” Third Symposium on China's Modernization, August 1995.
  16. “PRC’S Economic Development and Taiwan’s Response in 1994,” Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, June 1995.
  17. “Mainland China's Market Reform: Orientation and Limitations,” Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, June 1995.
  18. *“Development and Assessment of China’s Private Economy,” Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, September 1991.
  IV Research Grants and Projects
  1. *“Globalization and Trans-Border Governance: Comparison of Taiwanese, Japanese and Korean Business Investment in China,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2008-2011.
  2. *“Change, Adaptation and Comparison of Government Function: A Case Study on the Yantze Delta Provincial Governments,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2006.
  3. *“Intergovernmental Relations during Market Transition in China, Zhu River Delta City Governments,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2005.
  4. *“Intergovernmental Relations during Market Transition in China, Two Case Studies: the Yantze Delta Provincial Governments and Zhu River Delta City Governments,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2004.
  5. *“Intergovernmental Relations during Market Transition in China: The Case of Central, Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong Governments,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2003.
  6. *“Political Recruitment in the 16th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party,” granted from the Mainland Affairs Council, Taiwan, 2003. (co-projet with Chien-Wen Kou)
  7. *“China's Economic and Trade Policy towards Taiwan,” granted from the Council for Economic Planning and Development, Taiwan, 2000.
  8. *“Poland, Hungary and China’s Institutional Reform: A Comparative Perspective,” granted from the National Science Council, Taiwan, 2000.
  9. *“Institutional Reform of the PRC State Council, 1978-1998: A Study on Reinventing Government,” granted from the National Science Council, Taiwan, 1999.
  10. *“The Influence of Bureaucratization on Taiwanese Enterprises: A Case Study on Shenchin, Mainland China,” granted from the National Science Council, Taiwan, 1999. (co-project with Chang-Tay Chiou)