PhD Thesis (2010) The Public and the Popular Media in China. University of Westminster. UK. MA Thesis (2004) Good Journalism or Good Business? The Change of News Production in Taiwanese Press. National Chengchi University. Taiwan.
Journal articles and Book chapters
Lee, Hsiao-wen (2019 accepted and forthcoming) ‘A preliminary study on EU copyright reform for digital single market’. Communication, Culture & Politics.
Lee, Hsiao-wen (2015) ‘From Control to Competition: A Comparison Study of the Party Press and the Popular Press’ in Gary D. Rawnsley and Ming-Yeh Rawnsley (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media. UK: Routledge, pp. 117-130.
Lee, Hsiao-wen (2013) ‘People power: Citizen Journalism and the Public service in Taiwan’ in Agnes Gulyas and Ferenc Hammer (eds.) Public Service Media in the Digital Age: International Perspectives. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 125-138.
Lee, Hsiao-wen (2012) “Public Opinion in China”. China Corner: Policy paper series in China Studies Centre. Australia: The University of Sydney.
Lee, Hsiao-wen (2012) “Phone hacking and Murdoch Empire”. Mass Communication Research. No.111, pp199-229. Taiwan: National Chengchi University Press.
Lee, Hsiao-wen (2010) “The Popular Press and its Public in Contemporary China” Javnost The Public, EURICOM, Vol.17, No.3, pp. 71-86.
Lee, Hsiao-wen (2008) “Sentiment and Reason: The Embodiment of Public Sphere in China.” In Suheyla Kirca Schroeder and LuEtt Hanson (eds) Freedom and Prejudice: approaches to media and culture. Istanbul: Bahcesehir University Press, pp. 47-57.
Invisible: Britain’s Migrant Sex Workers (Chinese version 2015), Taiwan: Homeward Publishing.