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Chen, Chih-Ping
Title
Professor & Director of MBA and Ph.D. programs
Speciality
  • Marketing Management
  • Brand Community
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Technology Consumption
  • Cultural Studies
  • Gender Identity
Academic BG.
  • Ph.D. in Marketing Management,University of Exeter, UK, January,2001~June,2006
  • M.A. in Mass Communication, University of Kentucky,USA,August, 1992~December, 1994
Experience
  • 08/2022 – present: Director of MBA and Ph.D. programs, Professor, College of Management, Yuan Ze University
  • 08/2021 – 07/2022: Head of Marketing Group, Deputy director of MBA and Ph.D. programs, Professor, College of Management, Yuan Ze University
  • 02/2016 – 07/2021: Head of Marketing Group, Deputy director of MBA and Ph.D. programs, Associate Professor, College of Management, Yuan Ze University
  • 08/2010 – 01/2016: Assistant Professor, College of Management, Yuan Ze University
  • 01/2005 – 07/2010: Assistant Professor, Department of Information Communication, Yuan Ze University
  • Deputy Manager of Marketing Division in SinoPac Securities, Taiwan
  • Researcher of Marketing Research Center in Ogilvy & Mather Co., Ltd.
  • Specialist of Marketing Department in ERA International Co., Ltd.
  • Journal Papers
  • Conference Papers
  • Research Grants
  • Books/Pub.
  • Industrial Grants
  • Courses
  • Dissertation
  • Awards & Certificates
  • Pro. Membership
  • Other Contributions
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2021). Friendships through the style choice of virtual stickers: Young adults manage aesthetic identity and emotion on a social messaging line, International Journal of Market Research (SSCI, 2020, IF=1.512; Ranking: 119/140 in Business), 63(2): 236-250 [MOST107-2410-H-155-027]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2021). Digital Gifting in Personal Brand Communities of Live Streaming: Fostering Viewer–Streamer–Viewer Parasocial Relationships, Journal of Marketing Communications (ABI & Scopus; 2021, Impact score = 3.05; Top 50 Journals for Marketing, Ranking 72/399 in Business & International Management; 48/185 in Marketing), 27(8), 865-880 [MOST108-2410-H-155-033-MY2]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2021). Experiencing gender-role reversal online dating game in Taiwan, Journal for Cultural Research (Scopus; 2021, Impact score = 0.46), 25(3), 301-312
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2020). Gender roles and romantic relationships: New cultural values from the desire for utopia?, Chinese Journal of Communication (SSCI, 2021, IF=1.354; Ranking: 46/84 in Communication), 13(2), 221-234.
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2018). Understanding Mobile English-Learning Gaming Adopters in the Self-Learning Market: The Uses and Gratification Expectancy Model, Computers & Education (SSCI, 2021 IF=11.182; Ranking: 2/267 in Education & Educational Research), 126 (November), 217-230[NSC103-2511-S-155-005-MY2]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping, Weng, J. Y., Yang, C. S. and Tseng, F. M. (2018). Employing a data mining approach for identification of mobile opinion leaders and their content usage patterns in large telecommunications datasets. Technological Forecasting and Social Change (SSCI; 2021, IF= 10.884; Ranking: 1/39 in Regional & Urban Planning), 130: 88-89
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2016). Forming Digital Self and Parasocial Relationships on YouTube. Journal of Consumer Culture (SSCI; 2021, IF=2.39 | Ranking:1/39 in Cultural studies; 4/143 in Sociology), 16(1): 232-254 [NSC97-2410-H-155-017-]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2016). Playing with Digital Gender Identity and Cultural Value. Gender Place and Culture (SSCI; 2021, IF=1.180| Ranking:3/115 in Gender Studies | 6/50=12% in Cultural Studies), 23(4): 521-536
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2013). Exploring Personal Branding on YouTube. Journal of Internet Commerce (ABI), 12(4): 332-347. [NSC97-2410-H-155-017-]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2012). Online group buying behavior in CC2B e-commerce: Understanding Consumer Motivations. Journal of Internet Commerce (ABI), 11(3): 254-270.
  • Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Sports social media influencers and gender portrayals in Facebook pages: Review and future Research, Normativity and Resilience in Translation and Culture May, 27-29, 2019, Warsaw, SWPS University, Poland, p. 4.
  • Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Self-Marketing with Line’s Stickers. 2019 Asia-Pacific Conference on Business & Social Science, February 25-27, 2019, Fukuoka, Japan, p. 42
  • Chang,Li-Ling & Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Value co-creation on the crowdfunding of knowledge sharing and purchase behavior – The case study of pocket food bag. International Conference on Business and Social Science 2019 March, 26-28, Kyoto, Japan, p. 75
  • Lan, Ting Ying & Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Exploring different types and influencers of product placement from the video interactions of a Korean beauty YouTuber as a SMI to understand consumer attitudes in Taiwan. International Conference on Business and Social Science 2019 March, 26-28, Kyoto, Japan, p. 76
  • Chen, Chih-Ping (2018). Young consumers market themselves with virtual stickers in a social messaging Line application, EACR 11th European Association for Consumer Research Conference, June 21-23, 2018, Ghent University, Belgium, pp.334-335
  • Yu, Shih-Ting and Chen, Chih-Ping (2018). Content analysis to exploring the positive and negative user-generated content of online travel purchase via Booking.com in Taiwan, International Conference on “Global Issues in Social Science, Psychology and Business Management” (GISSPBM), March, 23-24, 2018, Sydney, Australia, p. 44
  • Lin, Yi-Yin and Chen, Chih-Ping (2018). Breaking women body myths: How Taiwanese plus size women portrayed body image on Facebook, International Conference on “Global Issues in Social Science, Psychology and Business Management” (GISSPBM), March, 23-24, 2018, Sydney, Australia, p. 43
  • Chen, Chih-Ping (2017). Gender differences in displaying emoticons and social roles through a social messaging Line app, 2017 Vienna Academic Conference, pp. 10-11
  • Chen, Chih-Ping (2017) Self-performance of symbolic patterns and impression management on Gay dating App – A case study on 9 monsters, e-Case & e-Tech 2017 Conference, pp. 107-108.
  • Chen, Chih-Ping (2016). Investigating gender differences in mobile-learning gameplay adoption. 2016 International Conference on Hospitality, Leisure, Sports, and Tourism – Summer Session, Kyoto, Japan, July 12-14, p. 91-101
  • Chen, Chih-Ping (2015). Identifying Opinion Leaders from Mobile Database. e-Case & e-Tech 2015-Fall, Koyto, Japan September 08-10, 2015, p. 1-8.
  • Chen, Chih-Ping, Z.H. Chen and C. H. Chen (2016). Understanding Uses and Gratifications in the Adoption of Mobile English-Learning Games. The 4th International Conference Contemporary Marketing Issues, Heraklion, Greece, 21-25 June. p. 11
  • Shu-Wei Ho, Kuo-Nan Hsieh and Chen, Chih-Ping (2016). Exploring self-image management of possessing valuable Line stickers. E-Case & e-Tech 2016, Bangkok, Thailand, April 6-8. Pp. 66-69.
  • Ya-Ting, Ye, Chen, Chih-Ping and Kuo-Nan, Hsieh (2016). A study of female fans of Korean drama’s projective identification and consumption in Taiwan after watching Korean drama. E-Case & e-Tech 2016, Bangkok, Thailand, April 6-8. Pp. 70-72.
  • Chen, Chih-Ping (2015). Gender differences in playing digital game-based electronic books. Association for Consumer Research Asia-Pacific Conference 2015 at Hong Kong, 2015/6/19-21, p. 35.
  • Chen, Chih-Ping (2015). Bridging the gender gap with digital game-based electronic books. 3rd International Conference on Contemporary Marketing Issues at London UK, 2015/6/30-7/2, p. 9
  • Chen, Chih-Ping (2014). Taiwanese women on the move: Not just fun and play on game-based electronic book. 10th International Conference Crossroads in Cultural Studies 2014. Program at Finland, 2014/6/30-7/4. Pp. 133
  • Chou, Chung-Ming, Chen, Chih-Ping and Ho Chien-Te (2014). A comparative study on online market maven with gender difference – The formation of culture and value through skincare facebook fanpage. 2014 e-Case & e-Tech International Conference 2014 Program at Japan, 2014/04/02-04. pp. 688-697.
  • Deng, Yu-Ting, Chen, Chih-Ping and Ho Chien-Te (2014). An exploration of personal branding, gender construction and self-presentation in online video sharing website. 2014 e-Case & e-Tech International Conference 2014 Program at Japan, 2014/04/02-04. pp. 214-225.
  • Huan, Ya-Chih, Chen, Chih-Ping and Ho Chien-Te (2014). Exploring gender differences on personal branding and impression management in mobile social networks – facebook. 2014 e-Case & e-Tech International Conference 2014 Program at Japan, 2014/04/02-04. pp. 698-714.
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping Chen (2013). Digital Self and Parasocial Interaction on YouTube. European Conference of the Association for Consumer Research at Barcelona, 2013/07/4/7, p. 23.
  • Wu, Chia-Wei Wu and *Chen, Chih-Ping (2013). The Theoretical Framework of the consumer Persuasion Effect and Behavior Change by Celebrity vs. Expert Endorsers. e-Case and e-Technology (2013) Conference Program at Japan, 2013/04/3-5. pp. 43-58
  • Hsieh, Ming-Chiao, *Chen, Chih-Ping and Jonathan C. Ho (2013). The Theory Structure of Celebrity Endorser vs Typical Consumer Endorser in Mobile Video Advertising Effect – An Example of Automobile Advertising. e-Case and e-Technology 2013 Conference Program at Japan, 2013/04/3-5. pp 140-157.
  • Lin, Jhe-Sian Lin, *Chen, Chih-Ping and Ho, Chien-Te (2013). Personality Characteristics of Market Mavens on Sports Fans- A Review of The Literature For Future Research. e-Case and e-Technology 2013 Conference Program at Japan, 2013/04/3-5. pp. 111-139
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2012). Breaking the Gender Stereotype: The Case of Game-Based Electronic Book Learning. Canada International Conference on Education (CICE 2012) at Ontario, Canada, June 18-21.
  • Hsu, Ming-Chie and *Chen, Chih-Ping (2012). The Influence of Interactive Digital Children’s Books on a Child’s Reading Interest. Canada International Conference on Education (CICE 2012) at Ontario, Canada, June 18-21.
  • Hsu, Ming-Chieh, *Chen, Chih-Ping, and Chiu, Chun-Yang (2012). Analysis of Dynamic Brands Identity and the Type of Logo Expressions, e-CASE & e-Tech 2012, Hong Kong.
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2011) Individual Impression Management on YouTube. 2011 Asia-Pacific Conference of the Association for Consumer Research at Beijing, June 16-18, p. 28.
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping and Hsu, Ming-Chieh (2011). Analysis of Taiwanese College Students’ Attitudes toward English Mobile Learning. e-Case and e-Technology 2011 Conference Program at Japan, 2011/01/18-20.
  • Hsu, Ming-Chieh, *Chen, Chih-Ping, and Jen, Hsiang (2011). Content Analysis of Children’s Interactive Picture Books. e-Case and e-Technology 2011 Conference Program at Japan, 2011/01/18-20.
  • Lin, Jia-Yu, *Chen, Chih-Ping and Lin, Pei-Yu (2011). Discussion of Related Theories to Children’s Mobile Learning of Acceptance and E-book Usage. e-Case and e-Technology 2011 Conference Program at Japan, 2011/01/18-20.
  • Lin, Jia-Wei, *Chen, Chih-Ping and Lin, Pei-Yu (2011). An Exploration in the Theories of Online Advergames. e-Case and e-Technology 2011 Conference Program at Japan, 2011/01/18-20.
  • Yen-Chun Wang, *Chen, Chih-Ping (2010). An exploratory study in values and social behavior of online and offline biking community—a case study of Mobile 01. e-Case and e-Technology 2010 Conference Program at Macau, 2010/01/25-27, pp. 997-1008.
  • Chou, Ying-Pao Chou and *Chen, Chih-Ping (2010). Self-disclosure of the Senior in Online Dating Site. e-Case and e-Technology 2010 Conference Program at Macau, 2010/01/25-27, pp. 1062-1071.
  • Chang, Hsiao-Mei Chang and *Chen, Chih-Ping (2010). The Effect of Electronic Word of Mouth Communication in the Interpersonal Relationship of Social Networking Sites. e-Case and e-Technology 2010 Conference Program at Macau, 2010/01/25-27, pp. 997-1006.
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2009). Individual Online Impression Management: Self-presentation on YouTube. 19th International Conference on Pacific Rim Management, Association for the Chinese Management Educators (ACME) 2009 Annual Meeting in San Francisco 2009/07/30-08/1 (國科會補助專案NSC97-2410-H-155-017-), pp. MKT4-01
  • *Chen Chih-Ping and Y. Alex Tung (2009). Analysis of Online Group Buying Behavior. 19th International Conference on Pacific Rim Management, Association for the Chinese Management Educators (ACME) 2009 Annual Meeting in San Francisco 2009/07/30-08/1, pp. MK1-08.
  • Wang, Hsien-Chen, *Chen, Chih-Ping and Hsu, Ming-Chieh (2009). A Study of the Second-Level Digital Divide in Rural Taiwan. IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2009 Annual Meeting in Italy. 2009/11/19-21, pp. 5-8.
  • Kan, Tsung-Ai and *Chen, Chih-Ping (2009). The Research of the Personal-Style Performance of and the Members' Social Relationship of Social Bookmarking Community: A Case Study of aNobii. IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2009 Annual Meeting in Italy. 2009/11/19-21, pp. 15-18.
  • Wang, Wei-Ting and *Chen, Chih-Ping (2009). A STUDY OF GROUP DECISION MAKING IN AN ONLINE GROUP-BUYING COMMUNITY: A CASE STUDY OF THE "IHERGO" ONLINE COMMUNITY. IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2009 Annual Meeting in Italy. 2009/11/19-21, pp. 19-21.
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2009). Exploring Brand Relationship Developments in E-Government. e-Case and e-Technology 2009 Conference Program at Singapore, pp. 933-952, 2009/01/08-10.
  • Wang, Wei-Ting and *Chen, Chih-Ping (2009). An Exploration of Online Consumer Group-Buying Behavior Model – A Case Study of ‘ihergo’ Online Community. e-Case and e-Technology 2009 Conference Program at Singapore, pp. 2761-2776, 2009/01/08-10.
  • Kan, Tsung-Ai and *Chen, Chih-Ping (2009). A Preliminary Exploration of Consumer Online-Book-Purchase Behavior in the Online Communities. e-Case and e-Technology 2009 Conference Program at Singapore, pp. 2698-2713, 2009/01/08-10.
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping and Chen, Chih-Hsien (2007). Virtual Gifts Consumption in online Friend Making Game Activities, 2007/06 Management Summit.
  • Research grant from Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST111-2927-I-155-501)
  • Research grant from Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST111-2410-H-155-019-MY2)
  • Research grant from Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST110-2410-H-155-036)
  • Research grant from Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST108-2410-H-155-033-MY2)
  • Research grant from Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST107-2410-H-155-027-)
  • Research grant from Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST107-2629-H-155-001-)
  • Research grant from National Science Council (NSC103-2511-S-155-005-MY2)
  • Research grant from National Science Council (NSC102-2629-S-155-001)
  • Research grant from National Science Council (NSC100-2511-S-155-002)
  • Research grant from National Science Council (NSC99-2631-S-155-001-CC3 )
  • Research grant from National Science Council (NSC97-2410-H-155-017)
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2020). Adopting alternative influence strategies via virtual stickers, International Conference on Innovation and Management LAM 2020 Winter, Sapporo, Japan, pp. February. 4-7, 29-30
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Beyond cultural perspective: Using alternative influence strategies to manage parent-emerging adult relationships. AICBEM 2019 Oxford Conference, 14th-16th October 22200019 in Oxford, United Kingdom.
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Self-Marketing with Line’s Stickers. 2019 Asia-Pacific Conference on Business & Social Science, February 25-27, 2019, Fukuoka, Japan, p. 42
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Sports social media influencers and gender portrayals in Facebook review and future research directions, 2019 Conference at Normativity and Resilience in Translation and Culture, May 27-28 in Warsaw.
  • Chang,Li-Ling & Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Value co-creation on the crowdfunding of knowledge sharing and purchase behavior – The case study of pocket food bag. International Conference on Business and Social Science 2019 March, 26-28, Kyoto, Japan, p. 75
  • Lan, Ting Ying & Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Exploring different tyeps and influencers of product placement from the video interactions of a Korean beauty YouTuber as a SMI to understand consumer attitudes in Taiwan. International Conference on Business and Social Science 2019 March, 26-28, Kyoto, Japan, p. 76
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2018). Young Consumers Market themselves with Virtual Stickers in a Social Messaging Line Application Proceedings of EACR 11th European Association for Consumer Research Conference, Belgium Vol. 11, pp. 253-254. [ISBN: 978-0-915552-78-8]
  • Yu, Shih-Ting & *Chen, Chih-Ping (2018). Content analysis to exploring the positive and negative user-generated content of online travel purchase via Booking.com in Taiwan. Proceeding of International Conference on “Global Issues in Social Science, Psychology and Business Management” (GISSPBM), Sydney, Australia, p. 44 [ISBN: 978-969-695- 004-2]
  • Lin, Yi-Yin & *Chen, Chih-Ping (2018). Breaking women body myths: How Taiwanese plus size women portrayed body image on Facebook. Proceeding of International Conference on “Global Issues in Social Science, Psychology and Business Management” (GISSPBM), Sydney, Australia, p. 43 [ISBN: 978-969-695- 004-2]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2017). Gender differences in displaying emoticons and social roles through a social messaging Line app, 2017 Vienna Academic Conference, pp. 10-11
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2017) Self-performance of symbolic patterns and impression management on Gay dating App – A case study on 9 monsters, e-Case & e-Tech 2017 Conference, pp. 107-108.
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2015). Gender Differences in Playing Digital Game-Based Electronic Books. Proceedings of Asia-Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, Wan, Echo W. and Zhang, Meng (eds.), The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK: Association for Consumer Research. Vol. 11, pp. 112-114. [ISBN: 978-0-915552-76-4]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2015). Bridging the Gender Gap with Digital Game-Based Electronic Books. Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Contemporary Marketing Issues. Kingston University, London, UK. [forthcoming for Proceedings ISSN # is in the process of being allocated]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2013). Digital Self and Parasocial Interaction on YouTube. European Advances in Consumer Research, Gert Cornelissen, Elena Reutskaja, and Ana Valenzuela (eds.), Barcelona, Spain: Association for Consumer Research, Vol. 10, pp. 126-127. [ISBN:978-0-915552-73-3]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2013). Consumer Cost Concerns in an Online Group Buying Community: An Exploratory Study. Asia-Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, Ekant Veer, Paul W. Ballantine, and Lucie K. Ozanne (eds.), New Zealand, University of Canterbury: Association for Consumer Research, Vol. 10, pp. 71-81. [ISBN:978-0-915552-71-9]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2011). Individual Impression Management on YouTube. Asia-Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, Zhihong Yi, Jing Jian Xiano, June Cotte, and Linda Price (eds.), Beijing, China: Association for Consumer Research, Vol. 9, pp. 74-80. [ISBN:0-915552-68-X]
  • *Chen, Lola C. P., Davies, A. and Elliott, R. (2002), "Gender and Identity Play on the Net." Asia Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, Rami Z. and Tu P. (eds), Association for Consumer Research: Beijing, China. Vol. 5. pp. 323-328 . [ISBN: 0098-9258]
  • 2019-Present: Digital Transformation Project with Far EasTone Telecommunications
  • 2016-2018: Big Data Project with Far EasTone Telecommunications
  • Taipei Computer Association: Creating Fair Digital Opportunities: Pilot study of Remote cities in Taiwan (PI) 2008/8/15~
  • 2009/10/05
  • Taipei Computer Association: Investigation on usage of eGoverment website (PI) 2008/8/15~
  • 2009/10/05
  • Certificate in EMI (English as a Medium of Instruction) Skills by Cambridge English Language Assessment
  • (CM 958) Special Topics in Marketing
  • (CM 726) Local Culture and Business Application
  • (CM 743) Digital Marketing Communication & Traction
  • (CM 568) Marketing Communication Management
  • (CM 396) Digital Marketing Communication Management and Application
  • (CM 244) Brand and Community Management
  • (CM 203) Marketing Management
  • Chang,Li-Ling & Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Value co-creation on the crowdfunding of knowledge sharing and purchase behavior – The case study of pocket food bag. International Conference on Business and Social Science 2019 March, 26-28, Kyoto, Japan, p. 75
  • Lan, Ting Ying & Chen, Chih-Ping (2019). Exploring different tyeps and influencers of product placement from the video interactions of a Korean beauty YouTuber as a SMI to understand consumer attitudes in Taiwan. International Conference on Business and Social Science 2019 March, 26-28, Kyoto, Japan, p. 76
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2018). Young Consumers Market themselves with Virtual Stickers in a Social Messaging Line Application Proceedings of EACR 11th European Association for Consumer Research Conference, Belgium Vol. 11, pp. 253-254. [ISBN: 978-0-915552-78-8]
  • Yu, Shih-Ting & *Chen, Chih-Ping (2018). Content analysis to exploring the positive and negative user-generated content of online travel purchase via Booking.com in Taiwan. Proceeding of International Conference on “Global Issues in Social Science, Psychology and Business Management” (GISSPBM), Sydney, Australia, p. 44 [ISBN: 978-969-695- 004-2]
  • Lin, Yi-Yin & *Chen, Chih-Ping (2018). Breaking women body myths: How Taiwanese plus size women portrayed body image on Facebook. Proceeding of International Conference on “Global Issues in Social Science, Psychology and Business Management” (GISSPBM), Sydney, Australia, p. 43 [ISBN: 978-969-695- 004-2]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2017). Gender differences in displaying emoticons and social roles through a social messaging Line app, 2017 Vienna Academic Conference, pp. 10-11
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2017) Self-performance of symbolic patterns and impression management on Gay dating App – A case study on 9 monsters, e-Case & e-Tech 2017 Conference, pp. 107-108.
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2015). Gender Differences in Playing Digital Game-Based Electronic Books. Proceedings of Asia-Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, Wan, Echo W. and Zhang, Meng (eds.), The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK: Association for Consumer Research. Vol. 11, pp. 112-114. [ISBN: 978-0-915552-76-4]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2015). Bridging the Gender Gap with Digital Game-Based Electronic Books. Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Contemporary Marketing Issues. Kingston University, London, UK. [forthcoming for Proceedings ISSN # is in the process of being allocated]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2013). Digital Self and Parasocial Interaction on YouTube. European Advances in Consumer Research, Gert Cornelissen, Elena Reutskaja, and Ana Valenzuela (eds.), Barcelona, Spain: Association for Consumer Research, Vol. 10, pp. 126-127. [ISBN:978-0-915552-73-3]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2013). Consumer Cost Concerns in an Online Group Buying Community: An Exploratory Study. Asia-Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, Ekant Veer, Paul W. Ballantine, and Lucie K. Ozanne (eds.), New Zealand, University of Canterbury: Association for Consumer Research, Vol. 10, pp. 71-81. [ISBN:978-0-915552-71-9]
  • *Chen, Chih-Ping (2011). Individual Impression Management on YouTube. Asia-Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, Zhihong Yi, Jing Jian Xiano, June Cotte, and Linda Price (eds.), Beijing, China: Association for Consumer Research, Vol. 9, pp. 74-80. [ISBN:0-915552-68-X]
  • *Chen, Lola C. P., Davies, A. and Elliott, R. (2002), "Gender and Identity Play on the Net." Asia Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, Rami Z. and Tu P. (eds), Association for Consumer Research: Beijing, China. Vol. 5. pp. 323-328 . [ISBN: 0098-9258]
  • Certificate in EMI (English as a Medium of Instruction) Skills by Cambridge English Language Assessment
  • 2022: Research Specialist Award from NSTC (National Science & Technology Council; NSTC)
  • 2021: Research Specialist Award from MOST (Ministry of Science and Technology; MOST)
  • 2020: Research Specialist Award from MOST (Ministry of Science and Technology; MOST)
  • 2019: Outstanding Research Award from College of Management, Yuan Ze University
  • 2018: Outstanding Research Award from College of Management, Yuan Ze University
  • 2017: Excellent Research Award from College of Management, Yuan Ze University
  • NIBES (Network of International Business and Economic Schools)
  • ACR (Association for consumer research)
  • Reviewer, Journal of Consumer Culture (SSCI), 2013~2022
  • Reviewer, Journal of Gender Studies (SSCI), 2014~2022
  • Reviewer, Journal of Interactive Advertising (SSCI), 2014~2022
  • Reviewer, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (SSCI), 2010~2022
  • Reviewer. Computers in Human Behavior (SSCI), 2009~2022
  • EACR 2013 European Conference of Association for Consumer Research, Reviewer
  • 3th Hawii International Conference on System Sciences at University of Hawii 2010, Reviewer
  • e-Case and e-Technology 2010 Conference Program at Macou, International Committee
  • 19th International Conference on Pacific Rim Management, Association for the Chinese Management Educators (ACME) 2009 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, Session chair
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