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  • Publish Date:2016/10/11
    Modify Date:2018/04/27
Chien-Yi Lu
  • Position:Associate Research Fellow
  • TEL:+886-(02)-3789 7295
  • Email:chienyilu@gate.sinica.edu.tw
  • Assistant’s Name:Pi-Mei Lin
  • Assistant’s Phone:+886-(02)-37897222
  • Assistant’s Email:pimei@gate.sinica.edu.tw
Chien-Yi Lu

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., M.A., Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Associate Research Fellow, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of European Languages and Cultures, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Associate Professor (joint appointment with the Institute of International Relations), College of International Affairs, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Center for General Education, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Fall 2005 Visiting Scholar, Department of Political Science, University of Washington (funded by National Science Council, Taiwan)
  • Adjunct Assistant Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Rutgers University, New Jersey, U.S.A.
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Taipei Program, Political Department, University of Colorado
  • Post-Doctoral Fellow, Center for European Studies, New York University, New York, U.S.A.
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, College of International Affairs, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • EU Politics
  • Immigration Policy
  • International Relations
  • Regional Integration and Democratic Deficit
  • European Debt Crisis
  • Human Rights
  • Animal Rights
  • Climate Change
  • Neoliberalism

PUBLICATIONS

Articles in Refereed Journals (* in Chinese)

  1. *Chien-Yi Lu (2017). Rethinking Supranational Democracy in the European Union. Taiwan Political Science Review, 21, 1: 1-50.
  2. Chien-Yi Lu (2015). Democratic Implications of the Treaty of Lisbon. EurAmerica, 45,3: 357-408.
  3. *Chien-Yi Lu (2014). The Neoliberal Root Cause of The European Debt Crisis. Chinese Political Science Review, 58: 37-71. (TSSCI)
  4. *Chien-Yi Lu (2011). The Gap of Europeanization between Elites and Citizens. Issues & Studies, 50, 2: 35-73.
  5. *Chien-Yi Lu (2010). Integration Theory and Treaty Reform in the EU--The Cases of the Constitutional Treaty and the Treaty of Lisbon. Taiwanese Journal of Political Science, 46: 111-158.
  6.  Chien-Yi Lu (2010). Fallacies in Embracing a Silent European Public—A Post Lisbon Treaty Analysis. Soochow Journal of Political Science, 28, 4: 37-92.
  7. *Chien-Yi Lu (2010). External Factors to the Changing Relationship between the Turkish Government and the Turkish Kurds. Issues & Studies, 49, 2: 39-64. (TSSCI)
  8. *Chien-Yi Lu (2007). The Developing Concept of ‘Human Security’ And Its Applicability on Illegal Immigration in the EU. Issues & Studies, 46, 4: 27-52. (TSSCI)
  9. *Chien-Yi Lu (2006). The Discipline of Political Science and Theories of Migration. Taiwanese Political Science Review, 10, 2: 209-261.
  10. *Chien-Yi Lu (2006). Globalization and the Concept of Third Country Nationals in the EU. Taiwanese Journal of Political Science, 28: 1-38.]
  11. *Chien-Yi Lu (2005). The Constitution Convention and the Democratization of the EU. Issues & Studies, 44, 1: 1-20.
  12. *Chien-Yi Lu (2004). Rights of Transnational Migrant Workers-The EU Experience. Social Policy & Social Work, 8,2: 125-158.
  13. *Chien-Yi Lu (2004). Deliberative Supranationalism. Issues & Studies, 43, 6: 53-71.
  14. *Chien-Yi Lu (2003). Prospects for substantiation of European –A Comparison of Citizenship Concept at EU and National Levels. Issues & Studies, 42, 5: 55-79.
  15.  Chien-Yi Lu (2000). Politics of Foreign Labor Policy in Taiwan. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 35, 1: 113-132.
  16. * Chien-Yi Lu (2000). Theories on Treaty Reform and the Treaty of Amsterdam--A Case Study on Migration-Related Provisions. Americas & Europe Quarterly, 14,2: 171-204.
  17. *Chien-Yi Lu (1999). The Decision-making Process behind Coordinated EU Migration Policies: Implications for Theories in Regional Integration. Issues & Studies, 38, 3: 19-32.
  18. *Chien-Yi Lu (1999). The Political Implication of Regional Economic Integration--A Case Study on the Harmonization of Migration Policies in the EU. Americas & Europe Quarterly, 13, 1: 1-29.
  19. *Chien-Yi Lu (1997). A Comparison & Evaluation of Regional Integration Theories.  Americas & Europe Quarterly, 12, 1: 27-44
Chapters in Books (* in Chinese)
 
  1. *Chien-Yi Lu (Forthcoming). The Illusion of Animal Right under the Neoliberal Economic Order. In Chia-Ju Chang and Hui-Tsu Chu (eds.), The Heart of Animals.
  2. *Chien-Yi Lu (2012). The Gap of Europeanization between Elites and Citizens. In David Huang (ed.), The Impact of Europeanization (pp. 303-344). Taipei: Wunan Publication.
  3. *Chien-Yi Lu (2011). Integration Theory and Treaty Reform in the EU—The Cases of Crafting the Constitutional Treaty and the Treaty of Lisbon. In Hungdah Su (ed.), The European Union and Integration Theory since 1950 (pp. 205-272). Taipei: National Taiwan University Press.
  4. *Chien-Yi Lu (2011). External Factors for the Changing Relationship between the Turkish Government and the Turkish Kurds. In Fu-Kuo Liu (ed.), Case Study of Disputed Territories and National Identity Crises (pp.123-158). Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
  5. Chien-Yi Lu (2011). The EU as a ‘Fourth Branch’ of Member State Government? In Finn Laursen (ed.), The EU and Federalism—Politics & Policies Compared (pp.57-78). Farnham: Ashgate Publishing.
  6. * Chien-Yi Lu (2009). An Analysis of the EU’s Fight Against Illegal Migrants from Human Rights Perspective. In Der-Chin Horng (ed.), The EU Human Rights Policies (pp. 345-390). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.
  7. Chien-Yi Lu (2008). Constitution-Making and the Search for a European Public Sphere. In Finn Laursen (ed.), The Rise and Fall of the EU’s Constitutional Treaty (pp. 431-452). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.
  8. * Chien-Yi Lu (2008). The Developing Concept of ‘Human Security’ and its Applicability on Illegal Immigration in the EU. In Chen-Shen Yan (ed.) The Transforming Concept of International Security, Taipei: Institute of International Relations.
  9. *Chien-Yi Lu (2007). The Lessons from the Constitution Making Experience for the EU’s Problem of Democratic Deficit. In Der-Chin Horng (ed.), The EU Constitution(pp. 81-119). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies Press, Academia Sinica.
  10. *Chien-Yi Lu (2006). The Process and Implications of Constitution Making in the EU. In Mao-Xiong Hong (ed.), Analysis of International Politics in the 21th Century—New Century, New Forms, New Challenges (pp. 15-42). Buffalo Publication.
  11. *Chien-Yi Lu (2003). Integration Theories. In David Huang (ed.), European Union—Organizations and Operations (pp.67-94). Taipei: Wunan Publishing.
  12. Chien-Yi Lu (2000) . Politics of Foreign Labor Policy in Taiwan. In Wei-Chin Lee (ed.), Taiwan in Perspective (pp. 113-132). Boston: Brill.
Conference Papers
  1. Chien-Yi Lu (2014). Assessing the Impact of European Integration on Democracy. Paper presented at the international conference on “EU & East-Asia: Opportunities and Challenges,” 8-9 December, 2014, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  2. *Chien-Yi Lu (2014). Rethinking Supranational Democracy in the EU. Paper presented at the “2014 Annual Convention of the Taiwanese Political Science Association,” National Taiwan University, Taipei, December 6, 2014.
  3. Chien-Yi Lu (2014). Coordinating with Civil Society in Trade Talks? The Case of EU-US TTIP Negotiations. Paper presented at the “International Workshop on Internal Coordination on EU Trade and External Policies,” Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, 8-9 April, 2014, Taipei, Taiwan.
  4. *Chien-Yi Lu (2013). The Neoliberal Root Cause of the European Sovereign Debt Crisis. Paper presented at the “2013 Annual Conference of the Taiwanese International Relations Association,” Academia Sinica, Taipei, December 7, 2013.
  5. *Chien-Yi Lu (2013). Sustainable Animal Exploitation vs. Animal Right in Liberal Democracies. Paper presented at the “Fifth Annual Conference on Development—Crisis and Security,” 10 November, 2013, The Institute of National Development, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  6. Chien-Yi Lu (2012). The Democratic Implications of the Lisbon Treaty. Paper presented at the international conference on “Beyond Lisbon Treaty: Re-examining EU Institutions and Governance,” 7-8 September, 2012, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  7. *Chien-Yi Lu (2011). A Constructivist Perspective on the Formation of Euro-debt Crisis. Paper presented at the international conference on “The 1st Cross-Strait EU-Studies Forum,” 7 December, 2011, European Union Centre in Taiwan, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  8. Chien-Yi Lu (2010). The Representedness of EU Citizens Analyzed through Institutional Design, Problem-Solving Capacity, and Voter Competence. Paper presented at the international conference on “Exchanging Ideas on Europe: Europe at a Crossroads, the 40th UACES Annual Conference,” 6-8 September 2010, Bruges, Belgium.
  9. *Chien-Yi Lu (2010). The 2001-2009 Constitution-Making Movement and the Treaty of Lisbon. Paper presented at the international conference on “the 60th Anniversary of Schuman Declaration and the Historic Development and Theoretical Interpretation of the European Union,” 4 June, 2010, European Union Centre in Taiwan, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  10. *Chien-Yi Lu (2009). The Gap of Europeanization between Elites and Citizens. Paper presented at the international conference on the “Impact of ‘Europeanization’,” 1 October, 2009, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  11. *Chien-yi Lu (2009). Turkey’s Kurdish Problem. Paper presented at the international conference on “International Disputes: Territory, Sovereignty, and Identity,” 26 May, 2009, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  12. Chien-Yi Lu (2009). The EU as the ‘Fourth Branch’ of the Member State Governments? Paper presented at the international conference on “the EU in a Comparative Perspective—3rd Annual Research Conference of the EU Centre of Excellence (EUCE),” April 26-28, 2009, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.
  13. Chien-Yi Lu (2009). The EU as the ‘Fourth Branch’ of the Member State Governments? Paper presented at the “European Union Studies Association 2009 Biennial Conference,” April 23-25, 2009, Los Angeles.
  14. Chien-Yi Lu (2008).  The Lisbon Treaty and the Return to the Silent Public. Paper presented at the international conference on “EU-Asian Relations in the 21th Century,” December 4-5, 2008, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  15. *Chien-Yi Lu (2008). The Trajectory of the Development of Irish Foreign Policy. Paper presented at the international conference on “1st Annual Conference of the Taiwanese Association of International Relations,” 10 May, 2008, National Taiwan University.
  16. Chien-Yi Lu (2008). The Public Sphere as the Missing Legitimating Link in the EU Governance. Paper presented at the international conference on “International Studies Association 2008 Annual Convention,” March 26-29, 2008, San Francisco.
  17. Chien-Yi Lu (2007). European Integration and Democracy. Paper presented at the “24th Taiwan-European Conference,” December 7-8, 2007, The Münich Academy of Political Education, Münich, Germany.
  18. *Chien-Yi Lu (2007). Foreign Policies of Small and Median Sized Countries—The case of Ireland,” Paper presented at the “Conference of Foreign Policy Models of Small and Median Sized Countries,” 1 December, 2007, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  19. *Chien-Yi Lu (2007). Analyzing the EU’s Strategies against Illegal Migrants from the Human Right Perspective. Paper presented at the the 3rd Annual Conference on EU Human Rights Policy,” 19-20 October, 2007, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  20. Chien-Yi Lu (2007). Constitution-Making and the Search for a European Public Sphere. Paper presented at the “1st Annual Research Conference of the EU Centre of Excellence,” May 21-23, 2007, University of Dalhousie, Halifax.
  21. Chien-Yi Lu (2007). The Developing Concept of Human Security and Its Application on Combating Illegal Migration in the EU. Paper presented at the Conference on the “Changing International Security Strategies,” 9 May, 2007, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  22. Chien-Yi Lu (2006).  Elite-Citizen Gap as a Challenge for the EU: the Case of the Constitution-Making Process. Paper presented at the “23rd Taiwan-European Conference on the “Emerging Global Role and Tasks of the European Union,” December 19-20, 2006, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  23. *Chien-Yi Lu (2005).  Examining the Democratic Deficit Problem through the Constitution-Making Experience of the EU. Paper presented at the Conference on the “Constitutional Treaty and the Future of the EU,” 7 October, 2005, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  24. Chien-Yi Lu (2005). Deliberative Democracy, European Public Sphere and the European Convention. Paper presented at the “New England Political Science Association 2005 Annual Meeting,” April 29-30, Portland, Maine.
  25. *Chien-Yi Lu (2004). An Analysis of the Rights of Non-EU Citizens in the EU. Paper presented at the “Annual Conference on EU Human Rights Policy,” 13-14 October, 2004, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  26. Chien-Yi Lu (2003). The EU Constitutionalization and Integration Theories. Paper presented at the International Conference on the “Constitutionalization of the European Union,” 12-13, December, 2003, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei Taiwan.
  27. *Chien-Yi Lu (2002). New Developments on the Concept and Practices of ‘European Citizenship’ Since September 11. Paper presented at the International Conference on the “New International Relations Since September 11,” 24 May, 2002, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  28. *Chien-Yi Lu (2002). New Developments on the EU’s Migration and Border Control Policies. Paper presented at the Conference on the “New Era for the EU,” 25 January, 2002, EU Research Forum, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  29. Chien-Yi Lu (2000).  Harmonization of Migration policies in the European Union—A State-Centric or Institutionalist Explanation? Paper presented at the “Visiting Scholars’ Forum,” Center for European Studies, New York University, 20 October, 2000.
  30. *Chien-Yi Lu (2000). Treaty Reform Theories in Regional Integration and the Negotiation Process of the Treaty of Amsterdam--Case Study of Migration Policy Harmonization. Paper presented at the Conference on the “Treaty of Amsterdam and the Development of the EU,” 26 May, 2000, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  31. Chien-Yi Lu (1999). Harmonization of Migration Policies in the European Union—A State-Centric or Institutionalist Explanation? Paper presented at the “European Community Studies Association International Conference,” June 1999, Pittsburgh, PA.
  32. Chien-Yi Lu (1996) . European Integration and Border Policy Coordination. Paper presented at the International Conference on the “Tenth International Conference of Europeanists,” March 1996, Chicago.
  33. Chien-Yi Lu (1995). European Migration Policy: A Neofunctionalist Perspective. Paper presented at the “Graduate Student Workshop―New Approaches to European Union Studies,” December 1995, Center for European Studies, Harvard University.
  34. Chien-Yi Lu (1994). Migration Policy in France and the European Union. Paper presented at the “Graduate Student Workshop―Governing Europe,” December, December 1994, Center for European Studies, Harvard University.

Policy Papers

  1. Chien-Yi Lu (2010). The EU’s Lisbon Treaty. 2009 Annual Survey of International and Mainland China Affairs, Taipei, Feb. 1, 2010, pp. 87-91.

Research Grants

  1. 2016-2018  Ministry of Science and Technology Research Grant: The Potential Impact of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) on Climate Change
  2. 2015-2016 Ministry of Science and Technology Research Grant: Regulatory Capture in the EU: Causes and Impact on Supranational Democratic Governance
  3. 2014-2015 Ministry of Science and Technology Research Grant: An Analysis of the Controversy over the EU-US TTIP Negotiations
  4. 2013-2014 Ministry of Science and Technology Research Grant: The Choice for Europe: Post-Democratic Executive Federalism or Cosmopolitan Democracy?
  5. 2012-2013 Ministry of Science and Technology Research Grant: The Root Cause of Euro-Debt Crisis and Its Implication for Democracy in the EU
  6. 2011-2012 National Science Council Research Grant: “Citizen Representedness” as a Conceptual Tool for the Analysis of Democracy in the EU
  7. 2010-2011 National Science Council Research Grant: Analyzing the Representedness of European Citizens through Institutional Design, Problem-Solving Capacity, and Voter Competence
  8. 2008-2009 National Science Council Research Grant: Models of Foreign Policies of Small and Median Sized Countries—The Case of Ireland
  9. 2007-2010 National Science Council Research Grant: EU Studies in Asia: Comparison among Taiwan, Mainland China, Japan, and Korea
  10. 2006-2007 National Science Council Research Grant: European Integration and Democracy Theory—A Comparison between Representative Democracy and the Model of Regulatory State
  11. 2005-2006 National Science Council Research Grant: EU Constitutional Treaty and Democracy of the Union
  12. 2004-2005 National Science Council Research Grant: The Constitutional Convention of the EU, Deliberative Democracy, and Paradigm Shift
  13. 2003-2004 National Science Council Research Grant: Comparative Studies on Nationality Laws of EU Member States of the EU and the Evolving Concept of Citizenship
  14. 2002-2003 National Science Council Research Grant: Development of the Concept of EU Citizenship and Its Implications for the Future of European Integration
  15. 2001-2002 National Science Council Research Grant: Analysis on the Decision of the Taiwanese Government to Import Foreign Labor
  16. 2000-2001 Post-Doctoral Fellow, Center for European Studies, New York University
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