- Peer-reviewed journal article
Wang, Austin H., and Nadia Eldemerdash. 2022. “National Identity, Willingness to Fight, and Collective Action” Journal of Peace Research Accepted.
Wang, Austin H. 2022. “PM me the Truth? The Conditional Effectiveness of Fact-checks across Social Media Sites.” Social Media + Society Online First.
Cheng, C. C., Wu, Harry, Yeh, M.J., and Wang, A. H. 2022. “Comparing stress and behavioral coping strategies during the early stages of the COVID-19 crisis among domestic and overseas Taiwanese” Scientific Reports Accepted.
Wu, C. K., Yeh, Wang, A. H., Yeh, Y., and Chen, F. Y. 2022. Public Support for the Use of Force in Non-Western and Non-Major Powers (NWNM): The Case of a China-Taiwan War. International Political Science Review Accepted.
Wang, Austin H., Yuan-Ning Chu, Fang-Yu Chen, and Ming-Jui Yeh. 2021. “Sacrifice for the mandate of heaven? Regression discontinuity of death penalty execution in Taiwan.” The Social Science Journal Online first.
Kselman, Daniel, Emerson Niou, and Austin H Wang. 2020. “Measuring ‘closeness’ in 3-candidate elections: Methodology and an application to strategic voting” Electoral Studies 68. Online first.
Hiko, Aly, and Austin H Wang. 2020. “Out-of-Control COVID-19 Pandemic Hampers the Nationalism” Political Studies Review Online first.
Wang, Austin H, Puma Shen, Mg Lee, and Min-Hsuan Wu. 2020. “Influencing Overseas Chinese by Tweets: Text-Images as the Key Tactic of Chinese Propaganda” Journal of Computational Social Science 3: 469-486.
Wang, Austin H. 2020. “Efficiency over Generosity? Evidence of Electoral Accountability from Typhoon Dayoff in Taiwan” Asian Journal of Political Science forthcoming.
Wang, Austin H, Fei-Pei Lai, Fu-Shun Hsu, and Peter Shaojui Wang. 2020. “Mobilizing Sophisticated Donors: What Candidate Facebook Posts Do Attract Intra- and Inter-district Donations?” Issues and Studies 56 (4).
Wang, Austin H. 2020. “Do social movements encourage young people to run for office? Evidence from the 2014 Sunflower Movement in Taiwan” Journal of Asian and African Studies forthcoming.
Wang, Austin H, Yao-Yuan Yeh, Fang-Yu Chen, and Charles K.S. Wu. 2020. “The Non-Consensus 1992 Consensus.” Asian Politics & Policy accepted.
Wang, Austin H. 2019. “The Myth of Polarization among Taiwanese Voters: The Missing Middle” Journal of East Asian Studies online first.
Wang, Austin H. 2019. “Patience, dynamic of protest, and democratic consolidation” European Political Science 18:473–490
Wang, Austin H, and Fang-Yu Chen. 2018. “Extreme Candidates as the Beneficent Spoiler? Range Effect in the Plurality Voting System” Political Research Quarterly, online first.
Wang, Austin H. 2018. “Patience Moderates the Social Cleavage in Demand for Redistribution” Social Science Research 70: 18-27.
Wang, Austin H. 2017. “Patience as the Rational Foundation of Sociotropic Voting” Electoral Studies 50: 15-25.
Wang, Austin H. 2017. “Waning Effect of China’s Carrot and Stick Policies toward Taiwanese People: Clamping down on Growing National Identity?” Asian Survey 57:3 (May/June 2017).
Wang, Austin H. 2015. “Duverger’s Law as Scale Effect: Evidence from Taiwan 2014 Village Chief Elections.” Taiwanese Journal of Electoral Studies Vol. 22, No.1, pp. 109-141.
Wang, Austin H. 2015. “Does Position Effect exist in Taiwan? Case of 2002 Local Council Election.” Taiwanese Journal of Political Science Vol. 62: 195-220.
- Peer-reviewed Archive
Blackburn et al. 2022. “COVIDiSTRESS diverse dataset on psychological and behavioural outcomes one year into the COVID-19 pandemic” Scientific Data 9: 331.
Yamada et al. 2021. “COVIDiSTRESS Global Survey dataset on psychological and behavioural consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak” Scientific Data 8(3).
- Book chapter
Wang, Austin H., and Rauchfleisch, Adrian. 2022. “Understanding the #MilkTeaAlliance Movement.” 2021-22 Wilson China Fellowship: Essays on China and U.S. Policy.
Wang, Austin H. 2020. “DPP in the Opposition” in Templeman, Kharis et al. (eds.) Dynamics of Democracy in Taiwan: The Ma Ying-jeou Years, Chapter 3. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Wang, Austin H. 2015. “The Connection and Effectiveness of the iVoter in Taiwan’s 2012 Legislative Election” in Liao, Da-chi et al. (eds.) Political Behavior and Technology: Voting Advice Applications in East Asia, Chapter 7. London: Palgrave Macmillan.