“James Mill’s Utilitarianism and British Imperialism in India,” In A. Dobson and J. Stanyer eds. Contemporary Political Studies, Vols. I & II. Nottingham: The Political Studies Association, 1998, pp.612-27.
“Rawls’s The Law of Peoples – Some Critical Reflections”，收錄於顧長永編《全球化與區域化：台灣的觀點》(2003年7月)，台北：翰蘆出版社，頁73-90。
“Political Development and Democratic Rights in Greater China.” In Shale Horowitz and Albrecht Schnabel eds. Human Rights and Societies in Transition: Causes, Consequences, Responses. Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 2004.
“James Mill and India,” presented in The Political Studies Associations Annual Conference, 6-7 April 1998, University of Keele.
“John Locke’s Liberalism, Multiculturalism and the Amerindians,” presented in The American Political Science Association Annual Conference, August 1998, Boston.
“The Development of Human Rights Theory in China and the Future of the Relation between China and the West,” presented in the conference: “People’s Republic of China at Fifty: Opportunities and Challenges” organized by Hong Kong Baptist University, June 8–10, 1999.
“Human Rights – Causes and Consequences of Variation in Human Rights Practices in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong,” presented in the conference ‘Human Rights and Societies in Transition’ organized by The United Nations University and University of Wisconsin, March 1-3, 2001, Wisconsin, USA.
“A New Social Contract across the Taiwan Strait – A Lockean framework of analysis,” present in The Annual Conference of Taiwan Political Science Association, 15-16 December, 2001.
“E-Government and Good Governance”, presented in The First Sino-American Conference on Public Management Conference - “Public Management and Governance Transitions”, organized by American Public Administration Association, Chinese Public Administration Association, School of Public Management of Remin University of China, and Chinese Public Administration Review, July 18-19, 2002.
“Liberalism and Multiculturalism – the theoretical underpinnings of globalization”,presented in the Conference on Local Governments and Businesses across the Strait, co-organized by Graduate Institute of Political Science, National Sun Yat-Sen University and the School of Government, Peking University, July 17-18, 2002.
“Liberalism, Cultural Pluralism, Optional Moderatism, and Good Governance – A Way of Transcending Liberal/nonliberal Distinction,” presented in the International Conference on Governance in Asia: Culture, Ethics, Institutional Reform and Policy Change organized by Governance in Asia Research Centre (GARC), Dec. 5-7, 2002.
“Globalization and the Prospect of Liberalism in the 21st Century,” presented in Taiwan Political Science Association Annual Conference, co-organized by the Taiwan Political Science Association and National Chung Cheng University, Dec. 14-15, 2002.
“Rawls’s Global Constructivism – A Critique of The Law of Peoples,” presented in Annual Conference, organized by Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies, National Sun Yat-sen University, Mar. 21-22, 2003.
“Rethinking the Politics of Difference – An Exposition of Iris Young’s Theory of Justice,” presented in “Consciousness, Identity and Praxis” co-organized by Taiwanese Feminist Scholars’ Association, September 27-28, 2003.
“Political Economy in Classical Utilitarianism,” presented in the Conference on Political Economy – the State of the Discipline, organized by Graduate Institute of Political Economy, National Cheng Kung University, supportted by Graduate Institute of Political Science, National Sun Yat-Sen University, October 18, 2003.
“The Politics of Human Rights in Taiwan,” presented in Taiwan Political Science Association Annual Conference, co-organized by the Taiwan Political Science Association and National Chung Cheng University, Dec. 13-14, 2003.
“Good Governance and Government Reinvention – A Normative Framework for E-governance,” presented in International Symposium of Digital Divide and Digital Opportunity, organized by Graduate School of Social Informatics, Yuan Ze University, Feb. 20-21, 2004.
“Government Reinvention and E-government,” presented in International Conference on New Models of Governance in Comparative Perspective, organized by Department of Political Science, National Chung Cheng University, May 29-30, 2004.
“Individual Interests and Interest Satisfaction – On an Instrumental Justification of Democracy”, presented in the Annual Conference of Chinese Political Science Association, organized by Chinese Political Science Association and National Cheng Kung University, Sept. 18-19, 2004.
“Democracy and the Protection of Human Rights,” presented in the Annual Conference of Taiwan Political Science Association, organized by Taiwan Political Science Association, Dec. 11-12, 2004.
“Issues, Texts, and Contexts – Towards a study of John Locke’s Political Thought
in Imperial Context,” presented in the International Conference in Honor of Professor Jon Dunn: Taking Unreason’s Measure: Facing the Global Challenge of Politics, organized by Center for Political Thought, Research Center for
Humanities and Social Sciences, Dec. 13 -15, Academia Sinica.