Wong Chan-Yuan

Phone: 03-5742442
Fax: 03-5623770
Office: TSMC R843
e-mail: wcy@mx.nthu.edu.tw

English CV

Biography

Chan-Yuan is presently a faculty at Institute of Technology Management, National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) of Taiwan. He received his Ph.D from the Faculty of Economics and Administration at University of Malaya, Malaysia. He had assumed a postdoctaral stint at the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at Chulalongkorn University of Thailand and served as Senior Lecturer at University of Malaya from 2011-Aug 2018. During his tenure at University of Malaya, he held several consulting appointments at Malaysia's Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT), Multimedia Development Corporation and IDRC (Canada)-sponsored research entities in Asia. He has also held several visiting positions in Asia and Europe including visiting fellow at the UNU-MERIT of the Netherlands in 2015 and researcher at Seoul National University, Korea in 2017. He has published extensively on the topics of catch-up industrialization, governance issues in middle-income economies and scientific publishing/patenting competencies.

Chan-Yuan joined Institute of Technology Management of NTHU in Sept 2018. He conducts research in the areas of scientometrics and innovation studies. The followings are courses he has taught at NTHU.

  • Analysis of High-tech Industry (for Master students)
  • Technology Marketing (for Master students)
  • Science and Technology Policy Studies (for Ph.D. students)
  • Management Studies(for Undergraduates)
  • Business Models and Innovation Analytics (for Master students)
  • International Business Management (for professional Master students)
  • Academic Qualification

  • Ph.D (Economics and Administration), University of Malaya, Malaysia
  • Areas of Expertise

  • Science and Technology Studies (Scientometrics, Research Evaluation, Economics of Science and Technology)
  • Economic Growth and Development (Middle-income Trap, Economics of Catching-up)
  • Strategic Studies (Innovation Analytics, Strategies for Growth in SMEs)
  • Policy Studies (Science and Technology Policy, Innovation Systems of Asian Economies)
  • Recent (Selected) Publications

  • Wong, C-Y. and Elbegsaikhan, M., Geographical Indications in Development Contexts: Function, Supply Chain and Pursuit of Rural Industrial Development, The Journal of World Intellectual Property, In Press
  • Barr-Kumarakulasinghe C., B-K., Ng and Wong, C-Y., Governing the progress of internet-ofthings: Ambivalence in the quest of technology exploitation and user rights protection Technology in Society, In Press
  • Gomez, E-T., Cheong, K-C. and Wong, C-Y., Regime Changes, State-Business Ties and Remaining In The Middle-Income Trap: The Case of Malaysia, Journal of Contemporary Asia,In Press
  • Wong, C-Y. and Lim, G. (2020), A Typology of Agricultural Production Systems: Capability Building Trajectories of Three Asian Economies, Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 61,1,pp.37-53
  • Lee, K., Wong, C-Y., Intarakumnerd, P., and Limapornvanich (2020), Is the Forth Industrial Revolution a Window of Opportunity for Upgrading or Reinforcing the Middle-Income Trap?Asian model of development that focuses on electronic and automobile clusters in Southeast Asia, Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 23, 4, pp. 408-425
  • Wong, C-Y. (2019), A Century of Scientific Publication: Towards a Theorization of Growth Behavior and Research?Orientation, Scientometrics, 119, Issue 1, pp 357-377
  • Wong, C-Y. and Lee, K. (2018), Projecting the Arena of Inclusion: The case of South Korea in pursuing a phased inclusive growth process, Review of Policy Research, 35,4, 590-616
  • Wong, C-Y. Ng, B-K., Azizan, S. A., & Hasbullah, M. (2018). Knowledge structures of City Innovation Systems: Singapore and Hong Kong. Journal of Urban Technology, 25, 1, pp. 47-73