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Associate Professor Peng,Yen-wen


Tel: +886-75252000 ext. 4911

Fax: +886-75254919




  • Ph.D., School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University, USA (2004).

  • MS, Graduate Institute of Building and Planning, National Taiwan University, Taipei (1998). 

  • BA, Department of Journalism, National Cheng-Chi University, Taipei (1993)



Public Affairs Management, Third Sector Management; Gender and Management, Environmental Planning and Decision Making; Qualitative Analysis


Research interests

public participation, collaborative governance, gender and politics, gender and management, interpretative policy analysis, urban and community development


Publications (2007~)

(A) Journal articles

Written in English

  1. Dafydd Fell and Yen-Wen Peng 2016. “The Electoral Fortunes of Taiwan’s Green Party.” Japanese Journal of Political Science, 17(1): 63-83.
  2. Yen-Wen Peng 2007. “Buying Sex: Domination and Difference in the Discourses of Taiwanese Piao-ke.” Men and Masculinities, 9(2): 315-336.

Written in Chinese

  1. Yen-Wen Peng, Yu-Ching Juang, Hsin-Pei Ho, 2016. Women’s Participation in Science and Technology: Comparison of Statistics between Taiwan and EU. Taiwanese Journal for Studies of Science, Technology and Medicine, 22: 225-74.

  2. Yen-Wen Peng and Mong-Yu Tu, 2014. “An exploration on Women’s Participation and Representation in Environmental Groups.” Journal of Gender Equality Education,66: 23-31

  3. Yen-Wen Peng, Shu-Yu Lin, and Herng-Dar Bih, 2013.‘ “Other” than Men’s and Women’s Toilets: Reflection on the Unisex Restroom Experience of Shih Hsin University. Journal of Women’s and Gender Studies, 32:47-96.

  4. Yen-Wen Peng 2012. “The Challenges to Information Disclosure Practice: Reflections on the Shihmen Reservoir Catchment Conservation and Management Project.” Taiwan Democracy Quarterly, 9(4): 141-90.

  5. Yen-Wen Peng 2012. “Bureaucrats as Facilitators in the Community Building Process: Lessons from the Genbee River Regeneration Case of Japan.” Community Development Journal Quarterly, 140: 291-99.

  6. Yen-Wen Peng 2012. “Gender, Science and Innovation.” Journal of Gender Equality Education, 59: 104-9.

  7. Yen-Wen Peng and Ling-Chun Hung 2011. “Why mother’s surname? Investigating the factors that influence Taiwanese married couples’ decision on their children’s surname.” Journal of Women’s and Gender Studies, 28: 1-54.

  8. Yen-Wen Peng and Ben-Rei Lee 2011. “Evaluating the Implementation of Gender Mainstreaming in Taiwan: A Pilot Study.” Journal of Public Administration, 38: 115-150.

  9. Yen-Wen Peng 2010. “Gender and Climate Change.” Gender Equal Education Quarterly. 51: 105-114.

  10. Yen-Wen Peng, Yi-Yi Lin and Jing-Yi Yeh 2009. “Token Women’s Situations in Masculine Occupational Fields: the Cases of Coast Guard and Fire Fighting Sectors.” Soochow Journal of Political Science, 27(4): 115-69.

  11. Yen-Wen Peng and Wei-Lun Wu 2009. “Representation and Accountability of Non-Profit Organizations in Public Governance: the Case of Publication Classification Review.” Taiwan Democracy Quarterly, 6(3): 87-124.

  12. Yen-Wen Peng 2008. “When Bureaucrats Meet Feminists: Exploring the Progress and Challenges of Gender Mainstreaming in Taiwan.” Soochow Journal of Political Science, 26(4): 1-58.

  13. Yen-Wen Peng 2008. “An implementation research on how the street-level police curb prostitution: The use of a critical interpretative approach.” Journal of Public Administration, 28: 115-151.

  14.  Herng-Dar Bih and Yen-Wen Peng 2008. “Protection? Correction? Or Exclusion? The Gender Implications of Women-only Cars in Taiwan.” Journal of Women’s and Gender Studies, 25: 89-125.

  15. Wenling Tu and Yen-Wen Peng 2008. “Social Movement Groups’ Participation and Influence in the Policy Making Process: Experiences from the Environmental Impact Assessment Commission and the Commission on Women’s Rights Promotion.” Taiwan Democracy Quarterly, 5(1): 119-148.

  16. Yen-Wen Peng and Ben-Rei Lee, 2007. “Gender mainstreaming in Belgium.” Taiwan International Studies Quarterly, 3(4): 111-134.

  17. Bin-Yuan Wen and Yen-Wen Peng 2007. The Australian Greens: Its story and inspiration.” Taiwan International Studies Quarterly, 3(2): 219-35.


 (B) Book or Book Chapters

Written in English

 Yen-Wen Peng, 2015. “Gendering Policy Analysis? The Problems and Pitfalls of Participatory ‘Gender Impact Assessment’.” In Yu-Ying Kuo (ed.), Policy Analysis in Taiwan. Ch.6, pp.81-94. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Written in Chinese

  1.  Yen-Wen Peng 2013. “Toward Postmodern Feminism: Deconstructing the Duralist Debate over Prostitution.” Richard R-C Hwang ed., Symposia on Theories. Taipei: AsiaWorld. pp.251-76.

  2. Yen-Wen Peng and Chin-Pei Tseng 2012. “Water Governance and Public Participation: the case of the Shihmen Reservoir Catchment Conservation and Management Project.” Water Resources: Technology and Life Politics. Hsinchu: National Chiao Tung University Press. Pp. 156-82.

  3. Yen-Wen Peng 2012. “Women’s Activism and Political Participation.” Shu-Ling Huang and Mei-huei You eds., Gender Dimensions in Taiwan Society (2nd edition). Taipei: Liwen Publisher. pp.209-32.

  4.  Yen-Wen Peng 2009. “Multiculturalism and urban governance: the cases of the migrant labor and gay rights policies in Taipei City.” Li-mei Ku ed., City Governance and China Development. Shanghai: Shanghai Renmin Chubanshe (Publisher). Pp. 264-84.  

  5. Chilik Yu, Yen-Wen Peng, Wen-Jong Juang, Wen-Ling Tu, and Tzw-Luen Lin 2008. The Politics of Public Issues. Taipei: Bestwise Co., Ltd.