Publications and Experiences
1. Lin Juo-yu, ¡§A Structural Analysis of the 1999 Malaysian General Election: Changing Voting Preference of Ethnic Chinese and Malay Groups and Party¡¨, Taipei: Tamkang Journal of International Affairs, Vol. VI, No. III, Spring 2002.
2. Lin Juo-yu, Co-author with Catharin Dalpino, ¡§China and Southeast Asia¡GThe Difference of a Decade¡¨, edited at Brookings Northeast Asia Survey, CNAPS survey paper ( 2002-2003 ), Washington, DC: the Brookings Institution.
3. Lin Juo-yu, ASEAN +1 ¡V ¡§ASEAN ¡V China Free Trade Area (AC FTA) and Its Impact on the US Strategic Interest in the East Asia (Washington, DC: the Brookings Institution, 2003.
4. Lin Juo-yu, ¡¥Go South¡¦means more than business Taiwan Journal v.XXI, n.38 March 2004.10, pp10-19.
5. Lin Juo-yu, Mahathirism¡GAn explication of political Strong Man and Authoritarian Consolidation (published in 2004).
6. Lin Juo-yu, ¡§The East Asian Alternatives: Strategic Competition between the US and China Related to AC FTA¡§. Tamkang Journal of International Affairs Vol. VIII, No. IV, April, 2005.
7.Lin Juo-yu, 2007.6¡A¡¨The Taiwan Factor in Sino-ASEAN Relations ¡§ Asian Culture: The Asian Society in Singapore, pp 1-25 (June 2007).
8. Lin Juo-yu, 2007¡A¡¨ecurity Architecture among the US and East Asia ¡§, Washington, DC: American University.
9. Lin, Juo-yu, 2010, Building ASEAN Security Community and East Asian Cooperation with the Great Powers -- A Constructivist Perspective, March 25-26, 2010 the UKM Mahidol 4 conference--for the Malaysia-Thailand Conference8.
10. Lin, Juo-yu., 2010, The Obama Administration¡¦s Foreign Policy ¡A¡§The Obama Administration¡¦s New East Asian Policy¡¨ 23 April 2010¡AGraduate Institute of the Americas, Tamkang University.
11..Lin, Juo-yu., 2010,¡§The Implications of the US¡¦s back to Southeast Asia and its Foreign policy¡GFrom Taiwan¡¦s perspective¡¨.
12. Lin, Juo-yu., 2011, ¡§Gender Representation in Politics and Parliament in Taiwan¡¨, International Conference on ¡uTaiwan and World: Political, Economic, and Social Developments, Stockholm University, Kingdom of Sweden¡v
Dr. Joyce Juo-yu Lin is a specialist in Southeast Asian political and economic issues, she is current director and associate professor of the Graduate Institute of Asian Studies at Tamkang University in Taipei, Taiwan.
In 2002-2003, she was CNAPS Visiting Fellow (from Taiwan) at the Brookings Institution, in Washington, DC. In the past 5 years she has focused on the prospect of a free trade agreement between China and ASEAN, and the potential impact it could have on US strategic interests in East Asia. Dr. Lin wrote some papers to analyze the motivations behind China¡¦s and ASEAN¡¦s interests in pursuing an FTA and outlined some potential scenarios with regard to US influence in the region.
In 2003-4 she was Visiting Researcher at the Asian Studies Program, School of Arts and Science, Georgetown University, Washington, DC and working on ¡§Review on Taiwan¡¦s ¡¥Go South Policy¡¦ Ten Years Later ¡V An International Political Economy Perspective¡¨. in 2004, during May and August, she was a Visiting Research Fellow at the EAI (East Asia Institute) of NUS (National University of Singapore).
Dr. Lin received a B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. from Department of Political Science at National Taiwan University. She was a Southeast Asia correspondent for the China Times (1989-1994) and was Director at TKU. She has also held visiting appointments at Australia National University¡¦s Institute of Asian Studies (2001), Peking University's School of International Affairs (2000), the Institute of East Asian Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign (1998), and Stanford University¡¦s Hoover Institution (1991-1992).