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Chien-Min Chen
Title:Distinguished Professor & President (2018/8- )
Education:Ph.D., College of Law, Chinese Culture University (Qualified examinee, Special Examination for
                    Consular and Diplomatic Personnel)
Academic Specialization:Tourism Development and Planning, Regional Tourism Studies, Cross-Strait
1. Executive Vice President for Administrative Affairs
2. Executive Vice President for Academics and Research
3. Dean, College of Humanities and Social Science
4. Dean, College of Management
5. Director, Institute of Island Resources & Tourism Development
6. Director, Department of Tourism Management
7. Dean, Office of Research and Development
8. Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Department of Tourism Management
9. Department of North American Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Academic Service:
Reviewer, Tourism Management (SSCI)
Reviewer, Journal of Sustainable Tourism (SSCI)
Reviewer, International Journal of Tourism Research (SSCI)
Reviewer, Current Issues in Tourism (SSCI)
Reviewer, Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research (SSCI)
Reviewer, Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health (SSCI)
Reviewer, Asian Pacific Journal of Human Resources (SSCI)
Reviewer, Journal of Coastal Research (SCI)
Reviewer, Journal of Hospitality Management and Tourism
Reviewer, International Journal of Culture, Tourism, and Hospitality Research
Reviewer, The Service Industries Journal (SSCI)
Reviewer, Tourism Geographies (SSCI) 
Examiner of PhD Thesis, Lincoln University, New Zealand           
Journal Papers :
01. Chien-Min Chen & Tsung-Hsien Tsai, Tourist motivations in relation to a battlefield: A case study of Kinmen, Tourism Geographies (SSCI), 2017. (Accepted).
02. Tsung-Hsien Tsai & Chien-Min Chen, Mixed logit analysis of trade-off effects between international airline fares and fences: a revenue management perspective. Current Issues in Tourism (SSCI), 2017. (Accepted).
03. Chien-Min Chen, S. H., Lee, H. T., and Tsai, T. H., Exploring destination resources and competitiveness-A comparative analysis of tourists’ perceptions and satisfaction toward an island of Taiwan. Ocean & Coastal Management, Vol. 119, pp. 58-67, 2016. (SCI; MOST 103-2410-H-507-010)
04. Tsung-Hsien Tsai & Chien-Min Chen, Exploring preferences for liquor souvenirs at a tourist destination, Tourism Economics (SSCI), Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 189-199, 2016. (SSCI, NSC 101-2410-H-507-006)
05. Chien-Min Chen & Tsung-Hsien Tsai, "Crime and Punishment in Taiwan", In W. Jennings (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment, 2014. (Accepted).
06. Sheu Hua Chen, Yen Ting Chen, Chien Min Chen, Hong Tau Lee, (2014), “Apply DEA Approach Regarding Institution's Goal for Faculty Performance Evaluation”, Journal of Information and Optimization Sciences, Vol. 35, No.4, pp.323-339. (SCI)
07. Chien Min Chen, Hong Tau Lee, Sheu Hua Chen, Tsung Hsiang Tsai (2014), “The police service quality in rural Taiwan: A comparative analysis of perceptions and satisfaction between police staff and citizens”, Policing: an International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 37(3), 521-542.(SSCI).
08. Chien Min Chen, Sheu Hua Chen, Hong Tau Lee, (2013) “Interrelationships between physical environment quality, personal interaction quality, satisfaction, and behavioural intentions in relation to customer loyalty: The case of Kinmen’s bed and breakfast industry”, Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 262-287. (SSCI, NSC 99-2410-H-507-004).
09. Chien Min Chen, Sheu Hua Chen, Hong Tau Lee, (2011) “Tourist behavioural intentions in relation to service quality and customer satisfaction in Kinmen National Park, Taiwan”, International Journal of Tourism Research, Vol. 13, No. 5, pp.416-432, (SSCI, IF=0.802 in 2010, 18/33 in Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism).
10. Chien Min Chen, Sheu Hua Chen, Hong Tau Lee , (2011). “The Destination Competitiveness of Kinmen’s Tourism Industry: Exploring the Interrelationships between Tourist Perceptions, Service Performance, Customer Satisfaction and Sustainable Tourism”, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp.247-264. (SSCI, IF=3.000 in 2012, 2/33in Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism)
11. Chien Min Chen , Jan Sin Tsai, Sheu Hua Chen, Hong Tau Lee, (2011). “Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Concerning Infection Control in Travelers between Taiwan and Mainland China”, Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, Vol. 23, No. 5, pp.712-720. (SSCI, IF=1.057 in 2012, 87/136 in Public, Environmental & Occupational Health)
12. Sheu Hua Chen, Pei Wen Wang, Chien Min Chen, Hong Tau Lee (2010). “An analytic hierarchy process approach with linguistic variables for selection of an R&D strategic alliance partner”, Computers & Industrial Engineering. Vol. 58, pp. 278-287. (SCI, IF=1.543 in 2010, 38/97 in Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications)
13. Chien Min Chen (2010). “Role of tourism in connecting Taiwan and China: Assessing tourists’ perceptions of the Kinmen-Xiamen links”, Tourism Management, Vol. 31, No. 3, pp.421-424. (SSCI, IF=2.62 in 2010, 3/33 in Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism)
14. Chien Min Chen, Sheu Hua Chen, Hong Tau Lee (2010). “Assessing Destination Image through Combining Tourist Cognitive Perceptions with Destination Resources”, International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration. Vol. 11, No. 1, pp.59-75. (EBSCO).
15. Chien Min Chen, Sheu Hua Chen, Hong Tau Lee (2009). “The influence of service performance and destination resources on consumer behavior: A case study of Mainland Chinese tourists to Kinmen”. International Journal of Tourism Research. Vo1. 11, No.3, pp.269-282. (SSCI, IF=0.802 in 2010, 18/33 in Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism)
16. Sheu Hua Chen, Chien Min Chen, Hong Tau Lee (2009). “Tourism development planning using analytic network process”, International Journal of Leisure and Tourism Marketing. Vol.1, No.1, pp.70-86. (NSC 94-2416-H-167-008).
17. Chien-min Chen & Grant Henning, (2004), English Guidebook of Kinmen Tourism, Kinmen County Government
Conference Presentations:
01. Chien-Min Chen, Exploring Destination Resources And Competitiveness Through Comparative Analyses Of Tourists’ Perceptions, 2015 International Business & Education Conferences, 2015/08/02-06, New York, USA
02. Chien-Min Chen, Modelling structural relationship between consumption value, perceived value, perceived risk, consumer’s travel experience, and intention to purchase, LCBR European Marketing Conference 2014, 2014/08/07-2013/08/08, Munich, German.
03. Chien-Min Chen, The Application of Multinomial Logit Model on Key Influencers of Customer Preferences–Case of Liquor Marketing, 2nd Symposium: Food, Memory & Identity in Greece in Diaspora, 2013/07/17-2013/07/26, Greece.
There are 18 published papers, 15 research projects, 8 books/reports, 17 conference papers published in Chinese.
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