Publication

(Last Update: Oct. 29, 2017)

  • Journal Articles and Books

2017

Wang, Austin H. 2017.  “Patience moderates the Social Cleavage in Demand for Redistribution”   (Social Science Research forthcoming)

Wang, Austin H. 2017. “Patience as the Rational Foundation of Sociotropic VotingElectoral Studies forthcoming

Wang, Austin H. 2017. “Waning Effect of China’s Carrot and Stick Policies toward Taiwanese People: Clamping down on Growing National Identity?” Asian Survey forthcoming.

2016

Wang, Austin H. 2016. “Book Review: Uninformed: Why People Know So Little About Politics and What Can We Do About It by Arthur Lupia” Taiwan Democracy Quarterly Vol. 13, No.3, pp. 133-140.

2015

Wang, Austin H. 2015. “The Connection and Effectiveness of the iVoter in Taiwan’s 2012 Legislative Election” in Liao, Da-chi et al. (eds.) Political Behavior and Technology: Voting Advice Applications in East Asia, Chapter 7. 

Wang, Austin H. 2015. “Duverger’s Law as Scale Effect: Evidence from Taiwan 2014 Village Chief Elections.” Taiwanese Electoral Studies Vol. 22, No.1, pp. 109-141. Dataset Rcode

2014

Wang, Austin H. 2014. “Does Position Effect exist in Taiwan? Case of 2002 Local Council Election“, Taiwanese Journal of Political Science  Vol. 62 195-220.  Dataset Rcode

2013

Liao, D. C., Hung, Y. T., Lin, J.W., Lin, F.R., Liu,C.S.,Chen, P. Y., Wang, A. H., Lee, C. S., and Chen, L. S. 2013. Online Democracy: the Establish of iVoter Election Consulting Website. Taipei: Wu-nan Culture.  (My part: Chp 7. Reflection of Online Political Participation Theories from Characteristics of the iVoter Members Does Political Elite exist? Comparison of iVoter users and Candidates of 2012 Congress Election in Taiwan. )

2012
Wang, Austin H. 2012. “Citizen’s Attitude Toward “Checks-and-Balances:” Exploratory Study of Panel Data on the Second Turnover in Taiwan.” Master Dissertation, Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University. Taipei, Taiwan, Jun. 03. (Best Master Thesis Award)

2011

Wang, Austin H. 2011. “Providing Information For Citizen’s Political Trust Toward the Congress: A Exploratory Study Through IVOD.Taiwan Democracy Quarterly Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 161-198. (TSSCI).

 

  • Conference Papers (selected)

2015

Wang, Austin H. 2015. “Does the Sunflower Bloom in the Local Politics? Exploring the Performance of Young Candidates in 2014 Village and Li Election. “Paper presented at 2015 North American Taiwan Studies Association annual conference, Harvard University, June 11-12

Wang, Austin H. 2015. “Comparing Measurements of Intertemporal Choice in Political Science” Paper presented at Southern Political Science Association Annual Conference, Jan. 17. LA: New Orleans. Slides

2014

Wang, Austin H. 2014. Can Economic Success Propagate Autocracy? Experimental Evidence from Taiwan. Paper presented at 2014 NATSA conference, UW-M, June 20-21)

Lu, Fengming, Ma, Alex H., and Wang, Austin. 2014. “Factional Interests and/or Public Goods? Career Advancement in China Communist Party Revisited”. Paper presented in Annual “Frontiers of Political Science” Workshop: Political Accountability, May 6-7, Duke University.

2011

Wang, Austin H. 2011. “Limiting Campaign Expenditure As Fairness: The Cases of the 2009 and the 2010 Mayor Elections in Taiwan.” Paper presented at Annual Conference of Taiwanese Political Science Association, Taipei, Taiwan, Nov. 12 – 13.

2010

Wang, Austin H. 2010. “The Differentiation and Transformation of the Taiwanese Legislators: The Case of the Seventh Legislative Yuan.” Paper presented at Annual Conference of Taiwanese Political Science Association, Taipei, Taiwan, Dec. 04 – 05.