Wen-I Lin Associate Professor and Director

Introduction

Ph.D., King’s College London, UK
Fields of Specialties: British Urban Renaissance, Regeneration and Governance, Sustainable Community, Chinese Urbanization
Tel: +886 2 8674-1111 # 67365
Email: wenilin@mail.ntpu.edu.tw

Courses

Planning Theory, Urban Regeneration, Communities and Sustainability, Urban Governance, Culture, Creativity and City

Publication

(A) Journals

  1. Lin, W. I. and Chiu, S. Y.  (2013) ‘Community activation and consensus building in the post-political condition: a Taipei’s case of community culture construction’, in (Taiwan’s) Journal of Geographical Science (TSSCI). (accepted, forecoming).
  2. Lin, W. I. and Kuo, C. L. (2013) ‘Community governance and pastorship in Shanghai: A Case Study of Luwan District’, in Urban Studies (SSCI Journal, Ranking: 2011: 10/37 (Urban Studies)). 50(6), 1260-1276.
  3. Chiu, S. Y. and Lin, W. I. (2013) ‘Building a creative city: some myths and limitations of the policy discourse in Taipei City’, in (Taiwan’s) Journal of Geographical Science ( TSSCI). (accepted, forecoming).
  4. Raco, M. and Lin, W. I. (contact author) (2012) ‘Urban Sustainability and the Geographies of Post-Politicism: A Case Stud y of Taipei’, in Environment and Planning C (SSCI Journal, Ranking: 2011: 4/42 (Public Administration)). 30(2), 191–208.
  5. Raco, M., Imrie, R. and Lin, W. I. (2011) ‘Community Governance, Critical Cosmopolitanism and Urban Change: Observations From Taipei, Taiwan’, in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (SSCI Journal, Ranking: 2012: 6/37 (Urban Studies)). 35(2), 274-294.
  6. Lin, W. I. (2010) ‘The Formation of Community Governance in Shanghai’ , in (Taiwan’s) Chinese Administration, 82, 23-50.
  7. Imrie, R. & Lin, W. I. (2006) ‘Shanghai’s Urban Development’, in (UK’s) Town and Country Planning. March, 86-87.
  8. Lin, W. I. (2005) ‘Book review: Globalizing Taipei: The Political Economy of Spatial Development’ in International Development Planning Review (IDPR). 27(4).

(B) Conference Paper

  1. Lin, W. I. (2012) ‘ Building the civilized community :political agendas in the securing of Chinese urban reform’ in RGS-IBG Conference Proceeding, Edinburgh.
  2. Chiu, S. Y. & Lin, W. I. (2012) ‘Reversing the Role of Creative Practitioners-as a‘ creative class 'or a decorative doll ?’ in RGS-IBG Conference Proceeding, Edinburgh.
  3. Lin, W. I. & Chiu, S. Y. (2012) ‘Community activation and consensus building within the post-political condition: a Taipei’s case of constructing community culture’ , in 2012 年海峽兩岸區域科學交流研討會.
  4. Lin, W. I. (2011) 0Reforming Local Democracy and Community Governance in London: the Case of Tower Hamlet Partnership’efo2011 International Conference of Democratic Governance and Development of Public Affairs.
  5. Lin, W. I. (2011) ‘The active citizens, the educated citizens: a Taipei’s case of neighbourhood renewal’ , in The Third Annual Conference on Development Studies: Development and Justice.
  6. Lin, W. I. (2007) ‘The formation of Shanghai’s ‘community’ and community governance’ in Active citizens and the role of community in the sustainable development of cities: a cross-national perspective, Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation Funded Project Conference Proceeding, May 24th 2007, Taipei.
  7. Imrie, R., Raco, M., & Lin, W. I. (2006) ‘Community governance, critical cosmopolitanism and urban change: observations from London and Shanghai’ in RGS-IBG Conference Proceeding, London.
  8. Lin, W. I. (2005) ‘Researching Community Activation in Shanghai’ in RGS-IBG Conference Proceeding, London.
  9. Lin, W. I. (2005) ‘Between Neoliberalism and Socilalism? Urban regeneration, governance and community in London and Shanghai’ in the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, Colorado.

(C) Research Project

1.2013-2015

National Science Council (Taiwan), Research Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators. Project title: ‘Culture and design-led regeneration, and governance of creative city: a comparative research between Taipei and Shanghai’ /102-2628-H-305-005, based on the National Taipei University (as the Project Director).

2.2012-2013

National Science Council (Taiwan), Research Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators. Project title: ‘New Strategy for Urban Regeneration? A critical study of the import, translation and practice of the ‘creative city’ discourse in Taipei.’/101-2628-H-305-003, based on the National Taipei University (as the Project Director).

3.2011-2012

National Science Council (Taiwan), Research Project for Junior Research. Project title: ‘Sustainable Redevelopment? The entanglement of sustainability and entrepreneurialism in the process of regenerating London and Taipei’/100-2410-H-305-076, based on the National Taipei University  (as the Project Director).

4.2009-2010

National Science Council (Taiwan), Post-doctoral Award. Project title: ‘A comparative research of building sustainable communities between London and Taipei’ / NSC982917I564154, based on the King’s College London (Project director supervised by Prof. Mike Raco and Prof. Rob Imrie).

5.2005-2007

Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange, Taiwan. Project title: ‘Active citizens and the role of community in the sustainable development of cities: a cross national perspective’. Co-Investigator with Professor Rob Imrie (Project Director) and Dr. Mike Raco, King’s College London.