CfP: Special issue on ‘Transitions and Challenges in Taiwan’s Economy and Society’

Oct
31
Call for papers

The aim in this topical section of the International Journal of Taiwan Studies is to bring together inquiries that address the debates in the hope of facilitating dialogues regarding the issues related to the economic and social transitions in Taiwan. What have been the most salient structural features of Taiwan’s economic and social transitions in the past three decades, what are the major consequences of these transitions, and what challenges does Taiwan now face? We hope the issue will advance empirical understanding of the emergent phenomenon critical to Taiwan’s development and contribute to a more theoretically informed discussion within the interdisciplinary field of Taiwan studies. Scholars from all disciplines of the social sciences are welcome to send their submissions on the following specific topics but also other topics to aid in achieving a global understanding of Taiwan’s path of transition.

Timeline:
By 31 Oct 2022: Submission of abstract
By 30 November 2022: Decision by guest editors on invitations for manuscript submission
By 28 February 2023: Submit full papers online to the IJTS for double-blind peer review

To signal your intent to write an article in this topical section please email an abstract of no more than 300 words, including paper title and author(s)’s name(s), by 31 October 2022 to the guest editors, Dr. Zong-Rong Lee (Academia Sinica) at [email protected] and Dr. Thung-Hong Lin (Academia Sinica) at [email protected]. Please send along a short bio describing each author’s titles, institutional affiliations, and research interests.

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