On Wednesday, November 15th, the Department of Government, the Clements-Strauss Asia Policy Program, the Center for East Asian Studies, and the Center for Taiwan Studies will co-host Tse-min Lin for a talk on “Rationality vs Trust: How Do Taiwanese Approach the Prisoner’s Dilemma with Their Chinese and American Counterparts?”. The talk will be part of the Department of Government’s International Relations speaker series.
Tse-min Lin is Associate Professor of Government at the University of Texas at Austin. He is also Associate Director of the Center for Taiwan Studies at UT. His fields cover political methodology, formal theory, and American and comparative political behavior. His work has appeared in many journals, including American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics, World Politics, and Political Analysis. His current research projects include “Rationality and Trust in Cross-Strait Relations: A Representative Sample Survey Experiment” and “Public Sentiments under Fighter Jet Incursions and Covid-19 Outbreaks: Taiwan in 2021-2022.”
For more information on this event, contact the Asia Policy Program at email@example.com.