• Enbao Wang, The Origin, Process, and Outcome of China’s Reforms in the Past     Hundred Years: The Chinese Quest for National Rejuvenation (2009).
  • Enbao Wang, Hong Kong, 1997: The Politics of Transition (1995).

Chapters/Journal Articles

  • Enbao Wang, “Deng’s Reform: Theory and Practice” in Xiaobing Li and Xiansheng Tian (eds.), Evolution of Power: China’s Struggle, Survival, and Success (Lexington, MA: The Lexington Press, 2014), 101-122.
  • Enbao Wang, “China’s Rise and the World System,” in Yang Long, Nankai Political Review (Tianjin, China: Nankai University Press, 2011), in Chinese, 151-162.
  • G. Mac Nie and Enbao Wang, “A Game Theory Analysis of the Taiwan Issue: Prospect and Possible Outcomes” in Xiaobing Li and Zuohong Pan (eds.), Taiwan in The Twenty-first Century (New York: University Press of America, 2003), 231-258.
  • Enbao Wang, “Engagement and Containment: Americans’ View on China and Sino-U.S. Relations,” Journal of Contemporary China, vol.10, no. 28 (2002): 381-392.
  • Enbao Wang and Regina Titunik, “Democracy in China: The Theory and Practice of Minben,” in Suisheng Zhao (ed.), China and Democracy: Reconsidering the Prospects for a Democratic China (New York, NY: Routledge, 2000), 73-88.
  • G. Mac Nie and Enbao Wang, “Hong Kong: The World’s Freest Economy and Its Liberal Policy” in Stuart S. Nagel (ed.), Global Economic Policy (New York: Marcel Dekker, 2000), 323-341.
  • Enbao Wang, “Deng Xiaoping Theory: Its Content and Practice,” American Review of China Studies vol. 1, no. 1 (Summer, 2000): 61-82.
  • Enbao Wang, “The Economic Relationship between Taiwan and Mainland China,” in Baizhu Chen and Shaomin Huang (eds.), The Asian Financial Crisis and Taiwan’s Economy (Beijing: Zhongguo Jingji Chubanshe, 2000), in Chinese, 269-287.
  • Enbao Wang, “The Hong Kong Model and China’s Reunification” in Yu Bin and Chun Tsungting (eds.), Dynamics and Dilemma: Mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong in a Changing World (Commack, New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 1996), 109-124.