Gang LIN

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Gang LIN
Distinguished Professor 

Research Areas:

Comparative politics
Chinese politics, democratic theory
Sino-US relations and Taiwan issue 

Contact details:
Address:Room 105, Xin Jian Bldg, No. 1954 Hua Shan Road, Xujiahui, Shanghai 200030, P. R. C                                   


Dr. Lin Gang is a professor of political science (2005—) and former chairman of academic committee (2015—2000) at the Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s School of International and Public Affairs, director of Center for Taiwan Studies, and former member of the University’s Academic Committee (2008—2020). He is also a vice president of Shanghai Society for Taiwan Studies (2015—). He served as Program Associate at the Woodrow Wilson Center (1999-2005) and President of the Association of Chinese Political Studies (1998-1999). He received Kaiyuan Award of Best-Ten Teachers in Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2015. He was invited by the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference to attend and observer its 10th annual meeting in Beijing, March 2003. He received his Ph.D. in political science from Pennsylvania State University (1997), MA in Taiwan studies from Xiamen University (1984), and BA in history from Fujian Normal University (1982). 

Graduate institution:

Pennsylvania State University

Selected courses:

Chinese Government and Politics, Taiwan Studies

Selected publications:  

Taiwan’s Party Politics and Cross-Strait Relations in Evolution (Palgrave 2019),China’s Long Quest for Democracy (Palgrave, March 2016), A Study on Party Politics in Taiwan (Chinese Social Sciences Press, July 2014), and Taiwan’s Political Transition and the Evolution of Cross-Strait Relations (Jiuzhou Press, August 2010), co-authored The U.S. Policy toward Taiwan and Its Evolution in the New Era (Jiuzhou Press, August 2015) and Taiwan’s Political Transition (Hong Kong: Social Sciences Press, 1997), co-edited Research and Mechanism Design of Cross-Straits Energy Cooperation (Shanghai, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2015), China after Jiang (Woodrow Wilson Center Press & Stanford University Press, 2003), Transition toward Post-Deng China (Singapore University Press, 2001) and Prospects for Cross-Taiwan Strait Developments (Hong Kong: Asia Sciences Press, 2000),

Expertise & public engagement:

Vice President, Shanghai Society for Taiwan Studies 

Address: 1954.Huashan Rd.Shanghai 200030,P.R.China

School of International and Public Affairs, Shanghai Jiao Tong University 沪交ICP备20200069

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