Wan-I Lin
Name Wan-I Lin
Office Tel No. 02-3366-1260
Email linwani@ntu.edu.tw
Research Expertise Family Policy, Social Work Theories and Practice, School Social Work, Welfare State, Disaster and Social Work, Ageing and Social Policy.
Teaching Field Family Policy, Social Work Theories and Practice, School Social Work, Welfare State, Disaster and Social Work, Ageing and Social Policy.
Education Ph. D., University of California at Berkeley
Wan-I Lin is a professor of Social Work at National Taiwan University. He is the first president of Taiwan Association of Schools of Social Work (TASSW) and was founding president of Taiwan Association of Gerontology (TAG). Since 2004, He has served as editor-in-chief of Taiwanese Social Work.
 
He publishes widely on social work, social welfare, ageing studies, disaster management in Chinese or English. His recent publications in Chinese include books (e.g. Social Welfare, 2010; The Handbook of Disaster Management and Social Work, 2011; School Social Work Practice, 2012; Social Welfare in Taiwan: A Historical and Institutional Analysis, 2012; The Rights and Welfare of Persons with Disabilities in Taiwan, 2014; Great People in Social Work, 2014), in English collected volumes (e.g. The Aging Society and Social Policy in Taiwan, in Larry Diamond and Gi-Wook Shin (eds.) New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan, Stanford University Press, 2014; Active Ageing in Taiwan: Governing the coming aged society, in Alan Walker and Christian & Aspalter (eds.) Active Ageing in Asia, Routledge. Ch.5; Post-disaster Recovery Services in Taiwan, Encyclopedia of Social Work, Oxford University Press, 2014; Community Development in Taiwan, Encyclopedia of Social Work. Oxford University Press, 2014), and journal papers (e.g. Ageing International, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, Disasters, Journal of Social Work, Australasian Journal on Ageing, Asian Social Work and Policy Review, Social Work Education, Social Work with Groups, Chengchi Law Review, NTU Social Work Review, Taiwan: a Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, Thought and words Journal of the humanities and social sciences).