Presentations at other Conferences, Seminars, or Public Events

  • 49. Sources of Regime Legitimacy and the Debate over the Chinese Model.

    49. Sources of Regime Legitimacy and the Debate over the Chinese Model.

    Chu, Yun-han. 2011.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2011.


    Paper presented at an international conference on The Chinese Models of Development: Domestic and Global Aspects, Co-Organized by Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica and Department of Politics, University of Virginia and Co-sponsored by East Asian Center, University of Virginia and Office of Research, Center for International Studies, University of Virginia, November 4-5, 2011. Taipei.

  • 48. Sources of Regime Legitimacy in China.

    48. Sources of Regime Legitimacy in China.

    Chu, Yun-han. 2011.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2011.


    Paper presented at an International Symposium on the Past and Present of Governance in China: Institutions, Incentives, and Leadership, organized by Zhejiang University and sponsored by the University of Chicago Center in Beijing, Hangzhou, China, November 2-3, 2011.

  • 47. Contested Democratic Legitimacy in East Asia.

    47. Contested Democratic Legitimacy in East Asia.

    Chu, Yun-han. 2011.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2011.


    Keynote speech at the 2011 Assembly for Democracy in Asia, organized by Taiwan Foundation for Democracy and co-sponsored by the National Endowment for Democracy, August 22-23, 2011, Taipei.

  • 46. Challenges for Social Sciences in an Age of Great Transformation.

    46. Challenges for Social Sciences in an Age of Great Transformation.

    Chu, Yun-han. 2011.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2011.


    paper presented at the Advanced Institutes Global Symposium on Social Sciences and Humanities in a Rapidly Changing World: Challenges, Opportunies and New Frontiers, co-hosted by Fudan Institute for Advanced Studies of Fudan University and the Social Sociences Colleges of National Taiwan University, July 25-26, 2011, Shanghai.

  • 45. Cross-Strait Relationship and Community-Building in East Asia.

    45. Cross-Strait Relationship and Community-Building in East Asia.

    Chu, Yun-han and Tse-kang Leng. 2011.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han and Tse-kang Leng. 2011.


    The 1st East Asian Community Forum: Rising China and the Future of East Asian Community, organized by Asiatic Research Institute, Korea University, May 28, 2011.

  • 44. Trends in Attitudes and Values toward Democracy and Liberalism in Korea and Taiwan.

    44. Trends in Attitudes and Values toward Democracy and Liberalism in Korea and Taiwan.

    Chu, Yun-han and Chong-min Park. 2011.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han and Chong-min Park. 2011.


    Paper prepared for a conference on “New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Taiwan and Korea” organized by Center for Democracy, Development and Rule of Law at Stanford University on May 27-28, 2011.

  • 43. Consenting to Lose or Expecting to Win? Inter-temporal Changes in Voters’ Winner-loser Status and Satisfaction with Democracy.

    43. Consenting to Lose or Expecting to Win? Inter-temporal Changes in Voters’ Winner-loser Status and Satisfaction with Democracy.

    Chang, Eric, Yun-han Chu, and Wen-chin Wu. 2010.

    Author: Chang, Eric, Yun-han Chu, and Wen-chin Wu. 2010.


    Prepared for delivery at the Conference on “Elections and Representative Democracy, Representation and Accountability.” University of Twente, November 11-14, 2010.

  • 42. Unraveling the Enigma of East Asian Economic Resiliency: The Case of Taiwan.

    42. Unraveling the Enigma of East Asian Economic Resiliency: The Case of Taiwan.

    Yun-han Chu. 2010.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2010.


    Paper delivered at a workshop for the Project on “The Second East Asian Miracle?: Political Economy of Asian Responses to the 1997/98 and 2008/09 Crises”, organized by JICA Research Institute (JICA-RI), September 20-21, 2010, Ichigaya, Tokyo, Japan.

  • 41. The East Asian Puzzle in Comparative Perspective.

    41. The East Asian Puzzle in Comparative Perspective.

    Chu, Yun-han and Yu-tzung Chang. 2010.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han and Yu-tzung Chang. 2010.


    Paper prepared for delivery at the workshop of Ambivalent Democrats: Political Culture and Democratic Legitimacy in Asia. September 4-5, 2010. Washington D.C., U.S.A.

  • 40. Positioning Taiwan in East Asia around 2025.

    40. Positioning Taiwan in East Asia around 2025.

    Chu, Yun-han. 2010.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2010.


    Delivered at a conference on Trends in the Strategic Triangle: U.S.-China-Taiwan Relations in the Coming Decade, Sponsored by the Taiwan Democracy Program, Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL), Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI), Stanford, May 28-29, 2010.

  • 39. Quality of Governance and Democratic Legitimacy in Taiwan.

    39. Quality of Governance and Democratic Legitimacy in Taiwan.

    Chu, Yun-han, Yutzung Chang and Min-hua Huang. 2010.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han, Yutzung Chang and Min-hua Huang. 2010.


    Paper delivered at the Workshop on “The Quality of Democracy in the Asia-Pacific”, organized by the Griffith Asia Institute and the Centre for Governance and Public Policy, Griffith University, April 8-9, 2010, Brisbane, Australia.

  • 38. Taiwan’s Soft Power and Cross-Strait Relations.

    38. Taiwan’s Soft Power and Cross-Strait Relations.

    Chu, Yun-han. 2010.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2010.


    Paper presented at an international conference on “Below the Storm: 60 Years of Cross-Strait Connections," co-organized by the Institute of East Asian Studies of U.C. Berkeley and Institute of Political Science of the Academia Sinica, February 5-6, 2010, Taipei.

  • 37. Political Discontent in South Korea.

    37. Political Discontent in South Korea.

    Chong-min Park. 2009.

    Author: Chong-min Park. 2009.


    Paper presented at the 21st World Congress of Political Science” organized by International Political Science Association, July 12-16, 2009, Santiago , Chile .

  • 36. A Typological Analysis of Democratic Legitimacy.

    36. A Typological Analysis of Democratic Legitimacy.

    Yun-han Chu and Min-hua Huang. 2009.

    Author: Yun-han Chu and Min-hua Huang. 2009.


    Paper prepared for delivery at the 21st World Congress of Political Science” organized by International Political Science Association, July 12-16, 2009, Santiago , Chile .

  • 35. The Widening Gap Between Promises and Realities: How East Asian Democracies Failed to Live Up to Popular Expectation.

    35. The Widening Gap Between Promises and Realities: How East Asian Democracies Failed to Live Up to Popular Expectation.

    Yun-han Chu and Yutzung Chang. 2009.

    Author: Yun-han Chu and Yutzung Chang. 2009.


    Paper prepared for delivery at the 21st World Congress of Political Science” organized by International Political Science Association, July 12-16, 2009, Santiago, Chile.

  • 34. Are Democracy and “Good Governance” Always Compatible? Competing Values in the Thai Political Arena.

    34. Are Democracy and “Good Governance” Always Compatible? Competing Values in the Thai Political Arena.

    Robert B. Albritton and Thawilwadee Bureekul. 2009.

    Author: Robert B. Albritton and Thawilwadee Bureekul. 2009.


    Paper presented at the 21st World Congress of Political Science” organized by International Political Science Association, July 12-16, 2009, Santiago , Chile.

  • 33. Quality of Democracy and Regime Legitimacy in East Asia.

    33. Quality of Democracy and Regime Legitimacy in East Asia.

    Yun-han Chu and Min-hua Huang. 2009.

    Author: Yun-han Chu and Min-hua Huang. 2009.


    Paper prepared for at a international conference on "The Logic of Civil Society in New Democracies: East Asia and East Europe", hosted by Institute of Political Science at Academia Sinica, June 5-6, 2009, Taipei, Taiwan.

  • 32. Quality of Democracy in Asia.

    32. Quality of Democracy in Asia.

    Yun-han Chu. 2009.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2009.


    Paper presented at the 2009 annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, March 26-29, 2009, Chicago.

  • 31. Quality of Democracy in Thailand.

    31. Quality of Democracy in Thailand.

    Albritton, Robert B. 2009.

    Author: Albritton, Robert B. 2009.


    Paper presented at the 2009 annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, March 26-29, 2009, Chicago.

  • 30. Quality of Democracy in Taiwan in Comparative Perspective.

    30. Quality of Democracy in Taiwan in Comparative Perspective.

    Min-Hua Huang. 2009.

    Author: Min-Hua Huang. 2009.


    Paper presented at the 2009 annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, March 26-29, 2009, Chicago.

  • 29. Contradictory Perceptions: Quality of Democracy in Malaysia in Comparative Perspective.

    29. Contradictory Perceptions: Quality of Democracy in Malaysia in Comparative Perspective.

    Welsh, Bridget. 2009.

    Author: Welsh, Bridget. 2009.


    Paper presented at the 2009 annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, March 26-29, 2009, Chicago.

  • 28. Taiwan’s Soft Power over China: Can the Tail Wag the Dog?

    28. Taiwan’s Soft Power over China: Can the Tail Wag the Dog?

    Yun-han Chu. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2008.


    Paper prepared for delivery at an international conference on Soft Power, Identity and Public Diplomacy in East Asia, co-organized by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and the East Asia Institute and sponsored by the Korea Foundation, December 10-12, 2008, Seoul.

  • 27. How East Asians View Democracy.

    27. How East Asians View Democracy.

    Yun-han Chu and Andrew Nathan. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu and Andrew Nathan. 2008.


    Presentation at a seminar on Public Opinion and Democracy: What Africans, Asians, and Arabs Think, organized by the International Forum for Democratic Studies, November 14, 2008, Washington D.C.

  • 26. How East Asians View Democracy.

    26. How East Asians View Democracy.

    Yun-han Chu and Andrew Nathan. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu and Andrew Nathan. 2008.


    Presentation at U.S.-Asia Update Roundtable Series, Council on Foreign Relations, November 11, 2008, New York.

  • 25. How East Asians View Democracy.

    25. How East Asians View Democracy.

    Yun-han Chu and Andrew Nathan. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu and Andrew Nathan. 2008.


    Presentation at Asia Society Center on US-China Relations and Policy Programs, co-sponsored by Open Society Institute and Freedom House, November 11, 2008, New York.

  • 24. Quality of Democracy and Regime Legitimacy in East Asia.

    24. Quality of Democracy and Regime Legitimacy in East Asia.

    Yun-han Chu, Min-hua Huang and Yutzung Chang. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu, Min-hua Huang and Yutzung Chang. 2008.


    Paper presented at the 2008 annual meeting of American Political Science Association, August 28-31, 2008, Boston.

  • 23. Polarized Politics, Quality of Governance and Support for Democracy in Taiwan: A View from Asian Barometer.

    23. Polarized Politics, Quality of Governance and Support for Democracy in Taiwan: A View from Asian Barometer.

    Yun-han Chu, Min-hua Huang and Chang-yan Tsai. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu, Min-hua Huang and Chang-yan Tsai. 2008.


    Paper presented at Conference on Democratic Consolidation in Taiwan, Sponsored by the Taiwan Democracy Program, Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL), Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI), May 30-31, 2008, Stanford University.

  • 22. Taiwan’s Struggling Democracy.

    22. Taiwan’s Struggling Democracy.

    Yun-han Chu. 2007.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2007.


    Paper delivered at an international conference on “Taiwan and Its Contexts”, organized by the Council on East Asian Studies, Yale University, April 26-28, 2007.

  • 21. Political Culture and Regime Support in Asia.

    21. Political Culture and Regime Support in Asia.

    Nathan, Andrew J. 2007.

    Author: Nathan, Andrew J. 2007.


    Paper presented at the Panel on "Prospects for Political Reform" at the Conference on "The Future of U.S. – China Relations" USC U.S.-China Institute, April 20-21, 2007.

  • 20. Sources of Democratic Legitimacy: Evidence from East Asia Barometer.

    20. Sources of Democratic Legitimacy: Evidence from East Asia Barometer.

    Chu, Yun-han, and Yu-tzung Chang. 2006.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han, and Yu-tzung Chang. 2006.


    Paper presented at the 20th IPSA World Congress, Fukuoka 2006, July 13, 2006.

  • 19. The Voice of the People: How East Asians Evaluate the Quality of Democracy.

    19. The Voice of the People: How East Asians Evaluate the Quality of Democracy.

    Chu, Yun-han, and Chin-en Wu. 2006.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han, and Chin-en Wu. 2006.


    Paper presented at the 20th IPSA World Congress, Fukuoka 2006,July 9-13, 2006.

  • 18. Asian Barometer: How East Asians View Democracy and Development.

    18. Asian Barometer: How East Asians View Democracy and Development.

    Nathan, Andrew J., and Yun-han Chu. 2005.

    Author: Nathan, Andrew J., and Yun-han Chu. 2005.


    Speech delivered at the World Bank, Washington D.C., February 23, 2005. www1.worldbank.org/publicsector/BrownBagsDetails.cfm?ID=181

  • 17. Sources of Support for Democracy and Regime Legitimacy: A Cross-National, Within-Nation Analysis among Asian Nations.

    17. Sources of Support for Democracy and Regime Legitimacy: A Cross-National, Within-Nation Analysis among Asian Nations.

    Albritton, Robert, Thawilwadee Bureekul, and Gang Guo. 2005.

    Author: Albritton, Robert, Thawilwadee Bureekul, and Gang Guo. 2005.


    Paper presented at the 2005 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 1-4, 2005.

  • 16. Social and Cultural Supports for Plural Democracy in Eight Asian Nations: A Cross-National, Within-Nation Analysis.

    16. Social and Cultural Supports for Plural Democracy in Eight Asian Nations: A Cross-National, Within-Nation Analysis.

    Albritton, Robert, and Thawilwadee Bureekul. 2005.

    Author: Albritton, Robert, and Thawilwadee Bureekul. 2005.


    Paper presented at the 46th Annual International Studies Association Convention in Hawaii, March 1-5, 2005.

  • 15. The Adverse Consequences of Trust in Government.

    15. The Adverse Consequences of Trust in Government.

    Batto, Nathan F. 2005.

    Author: Batto, Nathan F. 2005.


    Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 7-10, 2005.

  • 14. Lessons from East Asia's Struggling Democracies." Paper delivered at the Plenary Session II: What Have We Learned from Thirty Years of Transitions from Authoritarian Rule?

    14. Lessons from East Asia's Struggling Democracies." Paper delivered at the Plenary Session II: What Have We Learned from Thirty Years of Transitions from Authoritarian Rule?

    Chu, Yun-han. 2003.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2003.


    The 19th World Congress of IPSA, Durban, South Africa, July 3, 2003.

  • 13. Comparing Political Values and Citizen Politics in Eight Asian Countries.

    13. Comparing Political Values and Citizen Politics in Eight Asian Countries.

    Chu, Yun-han. 2003.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2003.


    Paper presented at the symposium and conference on the Asiabarometer and Social Science Research." University of Tokyo, Japan, March 6-7, 2003.

  • 12. The Quality of Democracy in South Korea and Taiwan: Subjective Assessment from the Perspectives of Ordinary Citizens.

    12. The Quality of Democracy in South Korea and Taiwan: Subjective Assessment from the Perspectives of Ordinary Citizens.

    Chu, Yun-han, and Doh Chull Shin. 2004.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han, and Doh Chull Shin. 2004.


    Paper for delivery at the Panel 45-7 of the 2004 Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association, September 2-5, Chicago.

  • 11. Is Taiwan's Democracy Consolidating? Evidence from Comparative Surveys.

    11. Is Taiwan's Democracy Consolidating? Evidence from Comparative Surveys.

    Chu, Yun-han, and Larry Diamond. 2002.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han, and Larry Diamond. 2002.


    Paper presented at conference on "The Challenges of Taiwan's Democratic Consolidation in a Post-Hegemonic Era." Hoover Institution, Stanford University, October 31-November 1, 2002.

  • 10. Tiger Democracies under Stress.

    10. Tiger Democracies under Stress.

    Chu, Yun-han. 2002.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2002.


    Presented at U.S. International Development Agency Workshop, Washington>, D. C., August 28, 2002.

  • 9. East Asian Democracies under Stress.

    9. East Asian Democracies under Stress.

    Chu, Yun-han. 2002.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2002.


    Presented at conference on "Consolidation in New Democracies." Uppsala University, Sweden, June 8-9, 2002.

  • 8. Surveying Taiwan's Political Landscape in the Post-KMT Era.

    8. Surveying Taiwan's Political Landscape in the Post-KMT Era.

    Chu, Yun-han. 2001.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han. 2001.


    Presented at the Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University, Jan. 31, 2001.

  • 7. Noises and Interruptions–the Road to Democracy.

    7. Noises and Interruptions–the Road to Democracy.

    Lam, Wai-man, and Hsin-Chi Kuan. 2003.

    Author: Lam, Wai-man, and Hsin-Chi Kuan. 2003.


    Presented at Conference on "Democratic Development and Human Rights in Greater China." Co-organized by Civic Exchange, Department of Public and Social Administration, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Democratic Development Network, and Hong Kong Democratic Foundation, Dec. 12-13, 2003.

  • 6. Do East Asians View Democracy as a Lesser Evil? Testing the Churchill's Notice of Democracy in East Asia.

    6. Do East Asians View Democracy as a Lesser Evil? Testing the Churchill's Notice of Democracy in East Asia.

    Park, Chong-min, and Doh Chull Shin. 2005.

    Author: Park, Chong-min, and Doh Chull Shin. 2005.


    Presented at the 2005 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 1-4, 2005.

  • 5. Do Asian Values Deter Popular Support for Democracy? The Case of South Korea.

    5. Do Asian Values Deter Popular Support for Democracy? The Case of South Korea.

    Park, Chong-min, and Doh Chull Shin. 2004.

    Author: Park, Chong-min, and Doh Chull Shin. 2004.


    Presented at 2004 Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies in San Diego, March 4-7, 2004.

  • 4. The Future of China.

    4. The Future of China.

    Shi, Tianjian. 2003.

    Author: Shi, Tianjian. 2003.


     Texas A & M University, Bush Center Events on November 7, 2003.

  • 3. Democracy in China.

    3. Democracy in China.

    Shi, Tianjian. 2003.

    Author: Shi, Tianjian. 2003.


    Foreign Policy Institute Conference on September 2003.

  • 2. The Future of China.

    2. The Future of China.

    Shi, Tianjian. 2002.

    Author: Shi, Tianjian. 2002.


    Columbia East Asian Institute Conference on September 2002.

  • 1. The Quality of Democracy in South Korea and Taiwan: Subjective Assessments from the Perspectives of Ordinary Citizens.

    1. The Quality of Democracy in South Korea and Taiwan: Subjective Assessments from the Perspectives of Ordinary Citizens.

    Shin, Doh Chull, and Yun-han Chu. 2003.

    Author: Shin, Doh Chull, and Yun-han Chu. 2003.


    Presented at conference on "The Quality of Democracy: Improvement or Subversion?" The Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law and the European Forum, Institute for International Studies, Stanford University, October 10 and 11, 2003.

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