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Tzeng got a Bachelor of Arts in 1981 from the National Taiwan University.
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In 1992 Tzeng received a Doctor of Philosophy from Stony Brook University.
(Using an embeddedness approach, this volume analyzes how ...)
Using an embeddedness approach, this volume analyzes how different forms of organization and market exchange systems function and co-evolve. In contrast to views that assume that pure markets or autonomous states guide change, the embeddedness approach argues that the social networks and institutions within which economic action is embedded provide economic order. By identifying consequential types of social structures, the essays in this volume advance our understanding of how exchange systems originate and change.
Tzeng got a Bachelor of Arts in 1981 from the National Taiwan University. In 1992 she received a Doctor of Philosophy from Stony Brook University.
Rueyling Tzeng began her career as an assistant professor of national development National Taiwan University from 1992 to 1993 and then as an adjunct associate professor from 1993 to 1998. She also was an assistant research fellow at Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
She also held a position as a visiting professor at Social Science Center Berlin, Rotterdam Institute for Modern Asian Studies, and Erasmus University.
Since 1998 Tzeng is an associate research fellow at the Institute of European and American Studies.
Her work has appeared in International Migration Review, International Sociology, Asian Population Studies, Sociological Research Online, and Gender in Management: An International Journal (formerly Women in Management Review). Lately, she published a paper entitled "Beyond Palatable: White Privilege and Western Immigrant Restaurateurs in Postcolonial Taiwan."
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Tzeng's current research focuses on women expatriates of foreign firms in Taiwan; on business internationalization and the international labor mobility of white-collar workers, especially between Taiwan enterprises and Western societies.