SHIHYI (ALBERT) CHIU
Department of Political Science
Phone: +886 4 2359 0121 Ext.: 36217
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Dec. 2008)
Major: Political Science
Chair: John R. Hibbing
Dissertation topic: Individualism and
Civic Engagement in
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2005)
Major: Political Science
Thesis Chair: Elizabeth Theiss-Morse
Thesis topic: Economic Individualism, Social Individualism,
and Political Participation
BA Chinese Culture University (2001) Taipei,
Frank C.S. and Albert Shihyi Chiu (2011). “Network Heterogeneity, Partisan
Defection, and Voter Turnout: Examine Theory with Empirical Data from Taiwan. International
Journal of Business and Social Science. 2,19: 258-272. Peer-reviewed.
Albert Shihyi and Yu Chung Shen (2012). “Citizens’ Attitudes toward the
Exercise of the Semipresidential System in Taiwan”. National Chiayi
University General Education Center Bulletin. 10.: 65-93. (in Chinese).
Albert Shihyi (2012). “Conflict Avoidance, cross-cutting exposure and political
inactivity” Journal of Humanities and Social Science in National Taitung
University. (in Chinese). Peer-reviewed.
Albert Shihyi (2013). “Social Harmony and Its Implication for Political
Participation: the Case Study of Public Opinion in Taiwan in 2013.” NPUST
Humanities and Social Sciences Research. 7,1:1-27 (in Chinese).
Peer-reviewed. This project is funded by Taiwan’s National Science Council (NSC
Albert Shihyi (2013). “The Information-driven Lawmaking Process in the
Legislative Yuan’s Committees: A Case Study of Sewage Treatment Infrastructure
in Taiwan.” The Soochow Journal
of Political Science (TSSCI). 31,4: 71-159 (in
Chinese). This project is funded by Taiwan’s National Science Council (NSC102-2420-H-002-001-Y10225) and (NSC103-2420-H-002-001-Y10225).
- Chiu, Albert
Shihyi (2014). “The Effect of Political Campaign Activities on the Knowledge
Gap in Taiwan: A Case Study on the 2008 and 2012 Presidential Elections.” The
Taiwanese Political Science Review (TSSCI).
* 18,2:271 271-342.
TSSCI stands for Taiwan Social Science
Citation Index and is created by Taiwanese government’s National Science
Council. TSSCI Journals are more selective about the acceptance rates than
other peer-reviewed journals.
CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES
Albert Shihyi (2013). “Public Attitude towards the Legislative Yuan and Its
Implications for the Executive-legislative Relations in Taiwan” in the
Changing Relationship between the Administration and the Legislature in Taiwan.
Taipei, Taiwan: Wunan Press.
Albert Shihyi and Chiao Yi Song “Campaign Activities, News Report and Voters’
Impression of Candidates: a Case Study of Taipei Mayoral Election in 2014.” The
Journal of Political Science (TSSCI, Revise & Resubmit).
Congressional Politics; Political Development in Taiwan;
Statistics (lectured in English); Intro to Political
Science (lectured in
English); Comparative Politics (lectured in
University of Nebraska at Lincoln
in America (POLS 232), Fall 2008
Politics in East Asia (POLS 274), Spring 2007
legislative power in the president-parliamentary system: the case studies of Ma
Ying Jeou’s and Chen Shui Bian’s administrations.” This project is currently
funded by Taiwanese government’s National Science Council in 2016. ($13,181USD)
multiple principle-agent model and its application in Legislative Yuan's
case study of the seventh and the eighth Legislative Yuans” (104-2410-H-029-018)
This project was funded by Taiwanese government’s National Science Council in
2015. ($15,666 USD)
Taiwan’s legislature: the case study of sewer system in Taiwan.” This project
was funded by Global Research & Education on Environment and Society,
2013-2015. ($6,300 USD)
grant for civic education class was funded by Civic and Law Related Education
Institute in 2012. ($1,818 USD)
Collectivism and Political
Participation in Taiwan” (99-2410-H-029-005). This project was funded by
Taiwanese government’s National Science Council in 2000. ($9,090 USD)
Fellowships for Doctoral Candidates in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Taipei, Taiwan - July 2008~ June 2009.
($12,000 USD, Declined)
of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2004-2005, “Media Bias and the Second Intifada”, Provided
by Professors John Gruhl and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. ($2,500 USD)
of American Political Science Association 2007-2008
of Midwest Political Science Association 2006-2007
of Midwest Political Science Association 2010-2011
Hibbing, Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Nebraska at
Lincoln, email: email@example.com
Theiss-Morse, Professor, Department of Political Science, University of
Nebraska at Lincoln, email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Chung-Li, Research Fellow, Institute of Political Science. Academia Sinica,