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  • Publish Date:2016/10/11
    Modify Date:2017/03/29
Wei-Feng Huang
  • Position:Associate Research Fellow
  • TEL:+886-(02)-37897273
  • FAX:+886-(02)-27827616
  • Mail:dwfhuang@gate.sinica.edu.tw
  • Assistant’s Name:Teyi Yu
  • Assistant’s Phone:+886-(02)-37897259
  • Assistant’s Mail:teresayu@gate.sinica.edu.tw
Wei-Feng Huang

EDUCATION

  • 1995 D. Phil.- Faculty of Politics, Nuffield College, University of Oxford, UK
  • 1993 M. Phil.- Faculty of Politics, New College, University of Oxford, UK
  • 1991 M.S.- Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • 1987 B. A.- Department of Diplomacy , National Chengchi University, Taiwan

MAJOR EXPERIENCE

  • 2000.9- present Full-time Associate Research Fellow, IEAS, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
  • 1997.10-2000.8 Full-time Assistant Research Fellow, IEAS, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
  • 2004.10-present Joint Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of National Development,National Taiwan University, Taiwan
  • 2004.10-2005.9 Vice Chairman, Mainland Affair Council (Cabinet Ministry), Taiwan
  • 2007.6-2008.7 Deputy Representative, Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) in the United States

SPECIALISM

  • European Union
  • Election Studies
  • Comparative Politics

ACADEMIC SERVICE

  • 2000-2003 Secretary-General and Executive Board of Taiwanese Political Science Association
  • 2000-2007 Executive Board Advisor, Center for Election Studies, National Chengchi Univ., Taipei
  • 2000-2007 Reviewer for EurAmerica、Issues & Studies、Taiwanese Political Science Review、Political Science Review、Journal of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Academia Sincia
  • 2005-2007 Reviewer for Research Projects of National Science Council, Taiwan

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1.Journal Articles

  • Huang, David W. F. (2013). A Preliminary Analysis of Competition for Trade Liberalization between the EC/ EU and EFTA, The Taiwanese Political Science Review, 17(1): 1-55. (in Chinese) (TSSCI) 
  • Huang, David W. F. (2013). A Categorization and Content Analysis of EU Free Trade Agreements, The Taiwanese Journal of Political Science, 55: 85-118. (in Chinese) (TSSCI) 
  • Huang, David W. F. (2011). The Impact of Signing Bilateral Free Trade Agreements on the Operations of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation, Journal of Social Sciences and Philosophy, 23(4): 399-445. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2011). An Introduction to Exploring Europeanization, EurAmerica, 41(2): 383-392. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2011). Europeanization-An Evaluation of Research Approaches, EurAmerica, 41(2): 393-463. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2011). Research Notes-Talk Shop in Action: Exploring Patterns of Cooperation in APEC Projects, Asia-Pacific Research Forum, 51: 114-117. (in Chinese)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2009). On Legislative Oversight and Scrutiny over Cross-Strait Economic and Trade Negotiations: Learning from the Experiences of the US and the EU. Taiwan Journal of Democracy, 6, 1: 185-198.
  • Huang, David W. F. The standard contrast of the EU and APEC institutions reexamined. Journal of European Integration (Revised and Resubmitted).
  • Huang, David W. F. (2006). Did the 2004 ‘Peace Referendum’ contribute to the consolidation of Taiwan’s democracy? Taiwan Journal of Democracy, 2, 2: 143-176.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2006). The impact of political trust on third party voting in Britain. Political Studies (conditional acceptance).(SSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2004). Exploring factors influencing the 2004 ‘peace referendum’ in Taiwan: An analysis of aggregate data at township/district level. Taiwan Democracy Quarterly, 1, 3 : 73-98.(in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2004). An exploration of EU external delegations. Issues & Studies, 43, 2: 141-170. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2003). Relative deprivation and the rationality of economic voting: Evidence from 1992 and 1997 British election studies. Journal of Electoral Studies. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2003). Classifying and comparing theories and approaches to the politics of the European Union. Journal of Social Sciences and Philosophy. 15, 4: 539-594. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2003). The anatomy of EU governance system. EurAmerica, 33, 2: 291-344. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2002). Left, rights, or the third way? Exploring ideology positions of major political parties in Britain, 1979-1997. Theory and Policy, 16, 1: 1-25. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2001). EU integration models and Cross-Strait sovereignty disputes. EurAmerica, 31,1: 129-173. ( in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2001). Theorizing antigovernment tactical voting: Some evidence from the 1987, 1992, and 1997 British general elections. British Elections and Parties Review, 11: 136-152.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2001). The 1999 European Parliament election: empirical observation and theoretical implication. Taiwanese Political Science Review, 4: 149-207. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2000). The epistemic community approach to European and East Asia economic and monetary integration. Issues and Studies, 39, 5: 47-69. (written in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (1999). Understanding Parliamentary origins of the universalist type of welfare state. Chinese Political Science Review, 30: 15-42. (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (1999). ‘Independents’, ‘switchers’ and voting for third parties in Britain, 1979-92. British Elections and Parties Review, 9: 105-118.
  • Huang, David W. F. (1998). Floating voters and third-party voting in Britain. EurAmerica,. 28, 4: 1-61. ( in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (1998). Verifying major hypotheses of referendum with evidence from comparative studies of the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland and Italy. Journal of Electoral Studies, 5, 1: 1-36. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (1998). March toward No. 10 downing street: A preliminary analysis of Labour’s victory in the 1997 British general election. EurAmerica, 28, 1: 139-192. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (1997). Second-order elections and European Parliament elections: An empirical test with British data. EurAmerica, 27, 4: 199-231. (in Chinese) (TSSCI)
  • Huang, David W. F. (1997). British boundary commission from a comparative viewpoint. Report to the National Assembly of R..O.C., 87-105. ( in Chinese)
  • Huang, David W. F. (1996). Understanding forecasts for U.S. presidential elections: A review. America and Europe Monthly, 11, 2: 93-121. (in Chinese)
  • Huang, David W. F. (1996). Electoral reform is no panacea: An assessment of Japan’s electoral system after the 1994 reform. Issue and Studies, 32, 10: 109-139.(TSSCI)

2. Edited Books

  • Huang, David W. F. (Ed.), (2016). Asia Pacific Countries and the U.S. Rebalancing Strategy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Huang, David W. F. (Ed.), (2012). The Impact of Europeanization. Taipei: Wunan Books Inc. 
  • Huang, David W. F. (Ed.), (2007). The Organization and the Operation of EU (2nd. Ed.). Taipei: Wunan Books Inc. [in Chinese]
  • Huang, David W. F. (Ed.), (2003). The Organization and the Operation of EU. Taipei: Wunan Books Inc. [in Chinese]
  • Dent, Christopher M. & Huang, David W. F. (Eds.) (2002). Northeast Asian Regionalism: Learning from the European Experience. London: Routledge. 
     

3. Book Chapters

  • Huang, David W. F. (2016). “Balancing Signals in the US Rebalancing Strategy to Asia”. In Huang, David W.F. (Ed.), Asia Pacific Counties and the U.S. Rebalancing Strategy. (pp.49-60). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 
  • Huang, David W. F. (2016). “Introduction”, In Huang, David W.F. (Ed.), Asia Pacific Counties and the U.S. Rebalancing Strategy. (pp.1-8). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2015). EU-US Relations in the Context of the EU’s “Global Actorness”: “Competitive Cooperation” Reinterpreted. In Chang, Ya-chung (Ed.), The Role of the European Union on the World Stage (pp. 25-99). Taipei: National Taiwan University Press. (in Chinese)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2013). A Categorization and Content Analysis of EU Free Trade Agreements. In Li, Catherine and Lee, Hsien-Feng (Ed.), The New Economic and Financial Policies of the EU under the Shadow of European (pp. 191-236). Taipei: National Taiwan University Press. (in Chinese)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2013). On Spillover Effect of the ECFA: Perspectives from European Model of Functional Integration. In Hu, Richard W. X. (Ed.), New Dynamics in Cross-Taiwan Straits Relations: How Far Can the Rapprochement Go? (pp. 13-30). New York: Routledge. 
  • Huang, David W. F. (2012). Europeanization-An Evaluation of Research Approaches. In Huang, David W. F. (Ed.), The Impact of Europeanization (pp. 17-49). Taipei: Wu-Nan Book Inc. (in Chinese)
    Huang, David W. F. (2012). An Introduction to Exploring Europeanization. In Huang, David W. F. (Ed.), The Impact of Europeanization (pp. 3-16). Taipei: Wu-Nan Book Inc. (in Chinese)
  • Huang, David W. F. (2011). “Lobbying for a ‘US-Taiwan FTA’ in the US Congress: Which ‘Fast track? What Target?’”, Cheng-yi Lin & Denny Roy (eds.).The Future of United States., China and Taiwan Relations, 101-121, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2008). Containing the PTA wildfire. In B. Eichengreen , C. Wyplosz, and Y. C. Park (Eds.), China, Asia and the new world economy. Oxford University Press.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2004). The relevance of European integration model to East Asia. In E. Busek and C. Baudenbacher (Eds.), Europa und die globalisierung (121-130). Vienna: Verlag Österreich
  • Huang, David W. F.(2003). Introduction、European Parliament. In David W. F. Huang (Ed.), European Union organizations and operations (1-22)、(265-324). Taipei: Wunan. (written in Chinese)
  • Christopher Dent and David W. F. Huang (Eds.) (2002). Northeast Asian regionalism: Learning from the European experience. London: Routledge.
  • Huang, David W. F.(2002). Northeast Asian Regionalism: Lessoning from the European experience. Eds. with C. M. Dent (Univ. of Leeds). London: Routledge
  • Huang, David W. F.(2000). EU’s common regional policy and its iImpact on regional mobilization. In Der-Chin Horng (Ed.), European Union’s economic and trade policies (9-47). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica. (written in Chinese)
  • Huang, David W. F. (1995). Rational voters with an exit option. D. Phil. Dissertation, Nuffield College, University of Oxford .(Finalist of 1995-6 Arthus McDougall Prize of the Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom).
  • Huang, David W. F. (1995). Is there a trade-off between exit and vote-An empirical test. In J. Lovenduski and J. Stanyer (Eds.), Contemporary political studies (660-675). London: Political Studies Association.

3.Conference Papers

  • Huang, David W.F. (March 27-28, 2009) Lobbying beyond TIFA: Agenda Setters, Procedural Actors, and Veto Players in the US Trade Policy Formation. Paper presented at the International Conference on Taiwan Relations Act Entering Its 30th Anniversary: Continuities, Changes, and Challenges, Taipei: IEAS, Academia Sinica.
  • Huang, David W.F. (Dec. 4-5, 2008). "One China Policy" in Theory and Practice: EU and US Roles Compared. Paper presented at International Conference on EU-Asia Relations in the 21th Century, Taipei: IEAS, Academia Sinica.
  • Huang, David W.F. (Nov. 13-16, 2008). "Change and Continuity in Taiwan''''s Cross-Strait Policy since May 20, 2008. Paper presented at Asia on the Move. Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Asian Studies Assoication.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2002 October 25-27 ). On institution building of the European Union and Asia-Pacific economic cooperation. Paper presented at the International Conference on “Exploring Federalism and Integration.” In Freie University Berlin, Germany.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2002, September 13-15). Explaining consistency of economic voting in the 1992 and 1997 British general elections. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties (EPOP) Specialist Group, Political Studies Association of the UK, University of Salford, Manchester, UK.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2002 March 22-27 ). Political Ignorance, On-line Processing, and Turnout Shortfall between First-Order and Second-Order (European Elections): Evidence from the 1992-96 British Election Panel Studies. Paper presented at the 2002 ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops. Turin, Italy.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2001 September 11-12 ). On scope of EU external relations: A theoretical framework. Paper presented at International Conference on EU External Relations: Competition, Cooperation, Association, and Accession. Taipei: Academia Sinica.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2001 April 9-12). Political trust and Third Party voting in the 1979, 1987, and 1997 British general elections. Paper presented at the 51st Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association in the UK, Manchester, University of Manchester.
  • Huang, David W. F. (2000 April 11). Regional integration in Europe and East Asia: Assessing the role of idea and epistemic communities. Paper presented at the Asian Integration Series Conferences: The Implication of European Integration for the Northeast Asia. Taipei: Academia Sinica. (written in Chinese)
  • Huang, David W. F. (1999 December 2). ERDF and British attitudes toward European integration, 1992-96. Paper presented at the Euopran Formum, Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, Italy. Seminar Paper EUR/6.
  • Huang, David W. F. (1999 June 2-5 ). Structural funds, Pro-European opinions, and turnout in European Parliament election: Evidence from British election studies. Paper presented at the Sixth Biennial International Conference of the European Community Studies Association (ECSA), Westin William Penn Hotel, Pittshurgh, USA.
  • Huang, David W. F. (1998 September 3-6). On economic voting of the 1992 and 1997 British general elections. Paper presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, USA.
  • Huang, David W. F. & Iain Mclean (1997 August 28-31). National electoral cycles and ‘expressive’ tactical voting in the British local elections. Paper presented at the 93rd Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association(APSA),Washington, D.C., USA.
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