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Dr. Niki Alsford
Email: na29soas [dot] ac [dot] uk
Dr. Alsford has had extensive and varied experience in Taiwan. He is a social historian specialising on Taiwan and holds a PhD degree from the School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS). He has lived in Taiwan for over 5 years and his postgraduate education in Taiwan Studies was completed at National Chengchi University. He has also worked as a political commentator for the Taiwan Representative Office in the UK. Although based in London, he visits Taiwan regularly.
Dr. Jeffrey T. Martin
Email: jmartillinois [dot] edu
Dr. Martin is an anthropologist who studies comparative policing with a focus on East Asia. He held a position in the Graduate Institute of Taiwan Studies at Chang Jung Christian University, and lectured at Taiwan’s Central Police University. Dr. Martin’s research focuses on the interaction between political culture and administrative institutions. He is interested in the historical and cultural processes that generate the character of a given policing regime, conducting research into the way Taiwan’s policing system adapted to the end of the authoritarian single-party state there in 1986. He has written extensively about the cultural foundations for the successful institutionalization of democratic values in Taiwanese policing.