Ph. D., University of California, Los Angeles
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International migration; economic sociology; ethnic relations
Political economy of migration, immigration policy, citizenship
Zhou, Min,Yen-fen Tseng, and Rebecca Kim. Forthcoming. “Rethinking Residential Assimilation
through the Case of the Chinese Ethnoburb in San Gabriel Valley, California.” Amerasia
Tseng, Yen-fen and Hong-zen Wang. Forthcoming. “Governing Migrant Workers at a Distance:
Managing the Temporary Status of Guestworkers in Taiwan.” International Migration.
Tseng, Yen-fen. 2007. “Migrating to Taiwan: Appraisals and Critiques to Sociological Inquiry on
immigration” Taiwan: A Radical Journal of Social Research. (in Chinese)
Wu, Chia-ling and Yen-fen Tseng. 2006. “Beyond Technical Models: Governing SARS risk in
Taiwan, 2003.” Taiwanese Sociology 11: 57-109. (in Chinese)
Tseng, Yen-fen. 2004.“Expressing Nationalist Politics in Guestworker Program: Taiwan’s
Recruitment of Foreign Labor.” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology 33: 1-58. (in Chinese)
Zhou, Min, Yen-fen Tseng and Rebecca Kim. Forthcoming. “Suburbanization and New Trends in
Community Development: The Case of Chinese Ethnoburbs in the San Gabriel Valley,
California.” In Min Zhou, ed., Contemporary Chinese America: Immigration, Ethnicity, and
Community Transformation. Philadelphia: Temple University Press
Tseng, Yen-fen and Chia-ling Wu. Forthcoming. “Governing Germs from Outside and Within
Borders: Controlling SARS Risk in Taiwan, 2003.” In Ke Chi Angela Leung, ed., Health and
Hygiene in Modern East Asia. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Tseng, Yen-fen. Forthcoming. “Cross-Border Marriage Migration in East Asia: Propositions in
Making Comparisons.” Cross-Border Marriage Migration in East and Southeast Asia:
Socio-Demographic Patterns and Issues. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Tseng, Yen-fen. 2005. “Permanently Temporary: Taiwanese Business Nomads as Reluctant
Migrants.” Asian Migrations: Sojourning, Displacement, Homecoming and other Travels,
Singapore: National University of Singapore.
Tseng, Yen-fen. 2004. “Politics of Importing Foreigners: Taiwan’s Foreign Labor Policy,” pp.
101-120 in Han Entzinger, Marco Martiniello and Catherine Wihtol de Wenden eds.,
Migration Between States and Markets. Ashgate Publishers.
2001. Fulbright Scholarly Exchange Award
1997. Canadian Faculty Research Award
1993. Best Paper Finalist, Urban Affairs Association
1992. Ph.D. Dissertation Grant, Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA