Chen Chih-Jou Jay 陳志柔

Posted on Nov, 15 2013

Chen Chih-Jou Jay 陳志柔

Name: Dr. Chen Chih-Jou Jay 陳志柔

Home institution: Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica

Duration of Stay: Dec. 16 to 18, 2013

Appointments:

2005 – date Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica.

2005 – date Jointly Appointed Associate Professor, Institute of Sociology, National Tsing Hua University.

2005 – date Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University.

Education:

Ph.D.  Duke University, Sociology, 1997.

B.A.   National Taiwan University, Sociology, 1988.

Selected Publications:

Chen, Chih-Jou Jay. 2013. “Die Zunahme von Arbeitskonflikten in China: Ein Vergleich von ArbeiterIn-nenprotesten in verschiedenen Sektoren” (Growing Labor Disputes in China: A Comparison of Workers’ Protests in Different Sectors), Pp. 78-105 in Arbeitskämpfe in China: Berichte von der Werkbank der Welt, edited by Georg Egger, Daniel Fuchs, Thomas Immervoll, and Lydia Steinmassl. Wien: Promedia.

Lin, Nan, Yang-chih Fu, and Chih-Jou Jay Chen. eds., 2013, Social Capital and Its Institutional Contingency: A Study of the United States, China, and Taiwan. London and New York: Routledge.

Chen, Chih-Jou Jay. 2013. “Job Search Chains and Embedded Resources: A Comparative Analysis Among Taiwan, China and the US.” Pp. 283-330 in Social Capital and Its Institutional Contingency: A Study of the United States, China and Taiwan, edited by Nan Lin, Yang-chih Fu, and Chih-Jou Jay Chen. London and New York: Routledge.

Lin, Nan, Chih-Jou Jay Chen and Yang-Chih Fu. 2010. Patterns and Effects of Social Relations: A Comparison of Taiwan, the United States and China. Taiwanese Journal of Sociology 45:117-62. (In Chinese, 林南、陳志柔、傅仰止. 2010. “社會關係的類型和效應:台灣、美國、中國大陸的三地比較” 台灣社會學刊  45:117-162)

Chen, Chih-Jou Jay. 2009. “Growing Social Unrest and Emergent Protest Groups in China.” Pp. 87-106 in Rise of China: Beijing’s Strategies and Implications for the Asia-Pacific, edited by Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao and Cheng-Yi Lin. London and New York: Routledge.

Chen, Chih-Jou Jay. 2009. “The Distribution and Return of Social Capital in Taiwan.” Pp. 193-215 in Contexts of Social Capital: Social Networks in Communities, Markets and Organizations, edited by Ray-May Hsung, Nan Lin, and Ronald L. Breiger, London and New York: Routledge.

Chen, Chih-Jou Jay. 2006. “Elite Mobility in Post-Reform Rural China.” Issues and Studies 42(2):53-83.

Chen, Chih-Jou Jay. 2005. “The Path of Chinese Privatisation: A Case Study of Village Enterprises in Southern Jiangsu.” Corporate Governance 13(1):72-80.

Chen, Chih-Jou Jay and Te-lin Yu. 2005. Public Attitudes toward Taiwan's Immigration Policies. Taiwanese Sociology 10:95-148. (In Chinese, 陳志柔、于德林. 2005. “台灣民眾對外來配偶移民政策的態度台灣”台灣社會學10:95-148)

Chen, Chih-Jou Jay. 2004. Transforming Rural China: How Local Institutions Shape Property Rights in China. London and New York: Routledge.