Dr Chun-Yi Lee
Expertise keywords: Political economy, cross-Strait relations, digital democracy, semiconductor supply chain and geopolitics.
Dr Chun-Yi Lee is Associate Professor at the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Nottingham. She is also the Director of Taiwan Research Hub at Nottingham.
Chun-Yi's first book was published by Routledge in 2011: Taiwanese Business or Chinese Security Asset. The book is under Leiden Series in Modern East Asia History and Politics.
In 2010, Chun-Yi received the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) standard grant with Prof Andreas Bieler on a three-year project, 'Globalisation, national transformation and workers' rights: An analysis of Chinese labour within the global economy'.
In 2014, Chun-yi received a two-year research grant from the Chiang-Ching-kuo (CCK) Foundation in Taiwan in relation to 'Chinese Investment in Taiwan: Challenge or Opportunity for Taiwan's Industrial Development'.
Chun-yi edited numerous books since 2018, most recently In 2023, along with Michael Reilly, Chun-yi edited a book: China, Taiwan, UK and the CPTPP: Global Partnership or Regional Stand-off? published by Palgrave. Currently, Chun-yi is working on her second single authored monograph on the topic of 'Sticky Decoupling: Geopolitics and Semiconductor supply chain'.
Most recent book
China, Taiwan, UK and the CPTPP: Global Partnership or Regional Stand-off? edited with Michael Reilly, published by Palgrave Macmillian.
- In Memory of Professor Ian Inkster
- Taiwan Studies in Europe In 20 years: Looking forward to Another 20 years
- When Globalisation Meets Geopolitics in the Semiconductor Supply Chain