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Mei-Lin Pan

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Position: Professor
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E-mail: mlpan@mail.nctu.edu.tw
Last updated: 2018-08-10
  

Educational attainment


2000 Ph.D, Department of Sociology, Duke University. Durham, North Carolina, U. S. A
1990 M.A. Sociology, Graduate Institute of Sociology and Anthropology, National Tsing-Hua University. Hsinchu, Taiwan.
1987 B.A. Department of History, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Experiences


2006/8-2011/7 Assistant professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, NCTU
2003, winter Issue Editor, issue on “Women and Labor”, Education on Gender Equality Quarterly no. 22.
2000/8- 2006/7 Assistant professor, Dept. of Sociology, Yuan Ze University.
2000/6- 2000/9 Research Consultant, MIT Industrial Performance Center, Global Taiwan Project.
1998 President, Annual meeting of North American Taiwan Studies Conference (NATSC)

Research Fields


economic sociology, development sociology, comparative / historical sociology organizations, markets, and work, ethnic economy Taiwan’s social and economic development, globalization and social change

Area of Interest


Economic Sociology, Comparative/Historical Sociology, Organizations, Markets, and Work Development Sociology, Taiwan’s Social and Economic Development, Globalization and Social Change Her major research focuses on developmental sociology and economic sociology. Her current research on comparative studies of survival strategy and ethnic economy of immigrants and refugees, especially on overseas Chinese (Hakka people) and exiled Tibetan.

Teaching & Research Awards


2011 Teaching Excellence Awards, National Chiao Tung University
2011 Outstanding Faculty Award, National Chiao Tung University
2010 Outstanding Research Award, Center of Humanity and Social Sciences, NCTU
2009 Outsanding Student Mentor Award, NCTU
1991 Graduate Student Fellowship Award, Duke University, USA

Journal Papers


2013 Pan, Mei-Lin. 2013(accepted). “The Tea Production Regime of Beipu and Emei.” Journal of Hakka Studies 6.
2011 Pan, Mei-Lin. 2011. “A Displaced Moral Economy: Tibetan Refugee Sweater Markets and Associations in India.” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology 46: 1-55.
2009 Pan, Mei-Lin. 2009. “Hakka Diaspora in Calcutta, India.” Journal of Hakka Studies 3(1): 91-123.
2003 Pan, Mei-Lin. 2003.“A De-alienated Capitalist Enterprise?- A Case Study of ‘Hsin-Fu’ Corporation’s Labor Regime.” The NCCU Journal of Sociology 35: 79-107.
2003 Pan, Mei-Lin, and Wei-an Chang. 2003. “Economic Action and Social Relations: An Investigation on the protectionist counter-movement.” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology 30: 51-88.
2001 Pan, Mei-Lin, and Wei-an Chang. 2001. “Flexible Production and Production Network: A Case Study from a Subcontractor’s Perspective.” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology 25: 201-242.

Books Chapters


2011b Pan, Mei-Lin. 2011b. “The Formation of a Hakka Area in Taiwan: Ethnicity and Economy in Jhong-gang River Area before 1895.” Pp.285-308, in Ethnicity, History and Culture: Trans-regional and Cross-disciplinary Studies on Southeast Asia and East Asia-- In Honor of Wang Gungwu on His 81st Birthday, edited by Wong Sin Kiong. Singapore: Department of Chinese Studies of the National University of Singapore & Global Publishing Co.
2011a Pan, Mei-Lin, 2011a. “Changing Pattern of Ethnic Economy for Hakka Immigrants in Kolkata, India.” Pp.61-86, in Overseas Chinese and Globalization: Migration, Indigenization and Exchange edited by Suryadinata Leo and Neo Peng Fu. Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre.
2010 Pan, Mei-Lin, and Huang Yi-Jing. 2010. “The Labor of Hakka Women in Tea Plantation.” Pp. 285-316, in Hakka, Women and Marginality, edited by Ying-chang Chuang and Lian Ruizhi. Taipei: Smcbook publishing Inc.
2010 Pan, Mei-Lin. 2010. “Science-Based Industrial Park and Taiwan Society.” Pp234-246, in Society, Technology and Human: New Cross-disciplinary Perspectives on STS, edited by Kuuyang Young et al. Hsinchu: National Chiao Tung University Press.
2008b Pan, Mei-Lin. 2008b. “From Economic Miracle to Latecomer’s Development: the State and Industrial Development during the Past Two Decades.” Pp. 149-162, in Step in Forbidden Zones: Twenty Years Social Transformation in Taiwan (1987-2008) edited by Hong-Zen Wang, Kuang-Chun Li, and I-Chun Kung. Taipei: Socio Publishing Co.
2008a Pan, Mei-Lin. 2008a. “Neither Confronting nor Submitted: The Survival Strategy of Exile Tibetans in India.” Pp.37-59, in Transborder and Diaspora: Immigrants and Migrant Workers under Globalization, edited by Hsiao-Chuan Hsia, Hsin-Hsing Chen, and Te-Pei Huang. Taipei: Taiwan- A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies.
2005 Pan, Mei-Lin, and Chieh-hsuan Chen. 2005. “Global Entrepreneurs: From Made in Taiwan to Made by Taiwan.” Pp. 23-45, in Coagulating Taiwan’s Vitality, edited by Jenn-huwan Wang and Ying-Hwa Chang. Taipei: Chuliu Book Company.
2003 Pan, Mei-Lin. 2003. “Development Theories and Peace Construction – Paradoxes and Alternatives.” Pp. 105-136, in Proceedings of Peace Studies, edited by Mab Huang et al. Taipei: Tonsan Press.
1985 vLAbAy https://goldentabs.com/
2001 Pan, Mei-Lin. 2001. “Technology, Social Networks and Global Commodity Chains: The organization of production in Taiwan’s manufacturing sectors.” Pp. 187-222, in Organizational Structure and Competitiveness of Taiwanese Business, edited by Wei-An Chang. Taipei: Linking Book Co., Ltd.
1994 Gary Gereffi, and Mei-Lin Pan. 1994. “The Globalization of Taiwan's Garment Industry.” Pp. 126-146, in Global Production: The Apparel Industry in the Pacific Rim, edited by Enda Bonacich et al. Philadelphia: Temple University.

List of Research Projects funded by National Science Council


2012/8-2014/7 Tibetan Refugee Carpet Industry: The Comparison Between Co-operative and Capitalist Models (NSC101-2410-H-009-021-MY2)
2011/8-2012/7 The Tibetan Carpet Industry in Nepal: A Developmental Model of Refugee Economy?(NSC100-2410-H-009-031-)
2009/8-2011/7 Refugee’s Ethnic Economy: Exiled Tibetan’s Sweater Selling Business in India(1959-2009)Book Project (NSC98-2410-H-009-050-MY2)
2007/8-2009/7 A displaced moral economy: Tibetan Refugee Sweater Markets and Associations in India(NSC96-2412-H-009-004-MY2)
2006/8/-2007/7 A Seasonal Ethnic Economy: The Survival Strategy of Exiled Tibetan Sweater Sellers and Its Structural Exploitation in South India (NSC 95-2412-H-155-001-)
2005/8/-2006/7 A Seasonal Ethnic Economy: The Survival Strategy of Exiled Tibetan Sweater Sellers and Its Structural Exploitation in South India(NSC94-2412-H-155-001-)
2005/8/-2006/7 A Seasonal Ethnic Economy: The Survival Strategy of Exiled Tibetan Sweater Sellers and Its Structural Exploitation in South India(NSC94-2412-H-155-001-)
2003/8-2004/7 Servitude and Resistance: The Labor Regime of Engineers in Taiwan’s High-Tech Industry (NSC 92-2412-H -155-003-SSS)
2003/8-2004/7 Servitude and Resistance: The Labor Regime of Engineers in Taiwan’s High-Tech Industry (NSC 92-2412-H -155-003-SSS)
2002/8-2003/7 A De-alienated Capitalism? – A case study on Chi-Mei’s labor regime II(NSC 91-2412-H-115-003-SSS)
2001/8/-2002/7 A De-alienated Capitalism? – A case study on Chi-Mei’s labor regime I(NSC 90-2412-H-115-001-SSS)


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