Fav Tsoin Lai

Fav Tsoin Lai

Position: Assistant Professor

Education:

B.A. in Marine Technology, National Chiao Tung University, 1984

MSc. in Economic, National Tsing Hua University, 1991

Ph.D. in Economic, Louisiana State University, 2000

Expertise: Law and Economics, International Trade, Political Economy

Research Room: 5115 College of Management.

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Phone: (049)2910960-4602

Office Hours: 10:00-12:00 AM Friday

Education:

1. B.A. in Marine Technology, National Chiao Tung University, 1984

2. MSc. in Economic, National Tsing Hua University, 1991

3. Ph.D. in Economic, Louisiana State University, 2000

Experience:

Assistant Professor National Chi Nan University(2000-present)

Research Interest:

Interest Groups、Criminal Activities、Intellectual Property Right

Dissertation:

Three Essays of Political Economy in International Trade

Course Taught:

1. Microeconomics

2. International Trade

3. Law and Economics Multinational Firms and Production

Working Papers:

1. Fund Raising Race (2001)

2. The Role of Reciprocity and the International Obligation in Trade Cooperation (2002)

3. Social Capital and Inequality (2003)

4. Directly and Indirectly Lobbying (2003)

5. Stigma and Punishing Repeat Offender More severely In Related to Age and Three Strikes Law (2004).

6. Why is a consumer who has a genuine good also attracted to its counterfeits? (2006)

7. Deter the Deterrables, Rehabilitate the Rehabilitatables and the Influence of Peers(2008)

8. Consumer’s Choice, Infringements and Market Competition (2009)

9. Differentiated Externalities and Trade (in progressing)

Wu Chein Wei

Education

Ph.D. (Economics), State University of New York at Stony Brook, New York, USA, 1995-2000.

M.A. (Economics), Soochow University , Taipei, Taiwan, 1991-1993.

Experience

1. 1994 -1995, Research Assistant at Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.

2. 1996 – 1999 Spring, Teaching Assistant for Microeconomics and Macroeconomics (both courses are for first year students in Ph.D. program), Department of Economics, SUNY at Stony Brook, NY.

3. 1999 Fall, Visiting Graduate Student, Jawaharlal Nehru University and India Statistics Institute, New Delhi, India.

4. 2000 Spring, Teaching Assistant for Microeconomics and Macroeconomics (both courses are for first year students in Ph.D. program), Department of Economics, SUNY at Stony Brook, NY.

Research Interests

Industrial Economics, Game Theory, Pricing Theory

Dissertation

Title: Competitive Prize

Chair: Dr. Pradeep, Dubey

Courses Taught

Graduate Courses

1. Microeconomic Theory I, II

2. Industiral Economic Theory and Policy I, II, III

Undergraduate Courses

1. Statistics I, II,

2. Game Theory,

3. Game Theory and Policy,

4. Engineering Economics,

5. Economic Mathematics

Journal Papers

1. “Competitive Prize”, Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Economics, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Spring 2000.

2. “Competitive prizes: when less scrutiny induces more effort,” Journal of Mathematical Economics, Volume 36, Issue 4 (2001), pp. 311-336 (with Pradeep Dubey).

3. “When Less Competition Induces More Innovation,” Economics Letters, Volume 74, Issue 3 (2002), pp. 309-312 (with Pradeep Dubey).

4. “從租稅累進(退)性看定額、從價與從量三稅之優劣” 財稅研究, 第37卷第3 期 (2005), pp. 184-192 (with徐茂炫、張瑞娟)

5. “獨占廠商定價策略與網路外部性” 公平交易季刊, 第15卷第2期 (2007), pp. 129-146 (with徐茂炫)

Conference Papers

1. “The Snipping Behavior on the Internet Auction” 2nd Annual Conference of Taiwan’s Applied Economic Empirics, 2005.

2. “Pricing Behavior of Local Specialty”3rd Annual Conference of Taiwan’s Applied Economic Empirics, (with Yih-ming Lin and Chih-Chi Ni ), 2006.

3. “The Problem of Information sharing in an Oligopoly market”2007 Shi-Hsin Conference on Economics, 2007.

4. “The Analysis of Share Repurchases: New Evidence on the Taipei Stock Market” 2008 Conference on Business/Finance, 2008.

Yen-Chien Chen

Yen-Chien Chen

November, 2014

Personal and Contact Information

Phone: 049-2910960*4689

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Eduction:

PhD, Economics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan (June 2009)

MS, Economics, National Taipei University, Taiwan (June 1998)

BA, Economics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, (June 1996)

 

Experience:

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, National Chi Nan University (Aug 2009~)

Visiting student in NBER and Economic Department of MIT, USA (July 2007- May 2008)

 

Research Interests :

Applied Econometrics, Labor Economics and Family Economics

 

Teaching Courses:

Economics, Applied Econometrics, Labor Economics and Family Economics

Dissertation:

Title: Three Essays of the family issues and children's education

Advisor: Professor Jin-Tan Liu

Journal Papers:

1. “The Impact of Unexpected Maternal Death on Education – First Evidence from Three National Administrative Data Links’’ American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, May 2009 (with Stacey H. Chen and Jin-Tan Liu). [SSCI]

2. “Impacts of Parental Displacement on Child birth weight,” Academia Economic Papers, 2013, 41(2):183-213 (with Ching-Fu Chang and Jin-Tan Liu). [TSCI]

3. “Impacts of Displacement on Divorce” Taiwan Economic Review, 2014, forthcoming (with Jin-Tan Liu and Ling-Mao Wang). [TSCI]

Working Papers:

1. “The Impact of Family Composition on Educational Achievement” (with Stacey H. Chen and Jin-Tan Liu), NBER working paper.

2. “Is the ‘Quarter of Birth’ Endogenous? Evidence from One Million Siblings in Taiwan” (with Elliott Fan and Jin-Tan Liu), NBER working paper.

3. “Less Parental Resources, Less Possibility to go to College? Effects of Parental Divorce and Job Loss by using Taiwan Administrative Data” (with Jin-Tan Liu)

4. Spillover Effect of Having a Boy

5. Spill-over Effect of Social Science Park on Individual and Family income.

Conference Papers:

1. “Less Parental Resources, Less Possibility to go to College? Effects of Parental Divorce and Job Loss by using Taiwan Administrative Data” Institution of Society, Academia Sinica, July, 2014.

2. “Less Parental Resources, Less Possibility to go to College? Effects of Parental Divorce and Job Loss by using Taiwan Administrative Data” Korea and the World Economy XIII conference,Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Jun, 2014.

3. “Parental income shocks and child outcome— Do parental divorce and displacement decrease child education?” 2012 APEA (Asia-Pacific Economic Association) annual meeting, June, Singapore. (with Jin-Tan Liu)

4. "Effects of Family Composition on Investment in Human Capital" 2011 AMES (Asian Meeting of Econometric Society), August, Seoul Korea (with Stacey H. Chen and Jin-Tan Liu and Hsienming Lien)

5. “Do Parental Divorce and Displacement Matter”Empirical Economic Conference of Taiwan, National Tsing Hua University, June, 2011.

6. “Separate Effects of Sibling Gender and Family Size on Child’s Cognitive and Noncognitive Outcomes : Methods and First Evidence” 2010 Econometric Society World Congress, August, Shanghai China (with Stacey H. Chen and Jin-Tan Liu and Hsienming Lien).

7. “The Effect of Sibling Sex Composition on Women’s Mortality and Education” 2009 Taiwan Econometrics Annual Meeting, Taipei (with Stacey H. Chen and Jin-Tan Liu.)

8. “ Separate Effects of Sibling Gender and Family Size on Educational Achievements – Method and First Evidence from Population Birth Registry,’’ Taiwan Empirical Economics Annual Meeting (Tenth), May, Chia-Yi (with Stacey H. Chen and Jin-Tan Liu.)

9. “The Impact of Unexpected Maternal Death on Education – First Evidence from Three National Administrative Data Links’’ American Economic Association 2009 Annual Meeting (AEA). (with Stacey H. Chen and Jin-Tan Liu).

10. Separate Effects of Sibling Gender and Family Size on Educational Achievements – Method and First Evidence from Population Birth Registry,’’ Taiwan Economic Association 2009 Annual Meeting. (with Stacey H. Chen and Jin-Tan Liu).

11. The Impact of Sibling Sex Composition on Educational Attainment: A Unique Natural Experiment by Twins Gender Shocks,” American Economic Association 2008 Annual (AEA). (with Stacey H. Chen and Jin-Tan Liu).

12. “We Prefer Sons But Does It Matter? Evidence Using Matched Administrative Data from Taiwan,” Society of Labor Economists 2007 Annual Meeting. (with Stacey H. Chen and Jin-Tan Liu).

Program and Grant

2010.01.01~2011.07.31 NSC Grant for “The Impacts of Parental Divorce and Displacement on Child’s Education” ( NSC 99-2410-H260-001-MY2)

2011.08.01~2012.07.31 NSC Grant for “Spill-over Effect of Social Science Park on Individual and Family income” (100-2410-H-260-028-)

2012.08.01~2013.07.31 NSC Grant for “Is Son Better than Daughter? Impacts of Child Gender on Parental Divorce and Parental Death.”(101-2410-H-260-011-)

2013.08.01~2014.07.31 NSC Grant for “Birth Spacing and Child Education”(102-2410-H-260 -004 -)

2014.08.01~2015.07.31 MOST Grant for “Effects of Maternal Education on Fertility and Child Education—Instrumental Estimations”(103-2410-H-260 -004 -)

Honors

1. The Best Ph. D. Dissertation of Taiwan Economic Association in 2009.

2. An honor member of The Phi Tau Phi Scholastic Honor Society (2009/06)

3. National Science Council grant for Ph. D. dissertation (2008/08-2009/07)

4. National Science Council grant for graduate students researching abroad (2007/07-2008/05)

Refereeing

Economics and Human Biology

Pacific Economic Review

Taiwan Economic Review

Academia Economic Papers

Yo-Long Lin

Yo-Long Lin

Curriculum Vitae

November 2014

 

ADDRESS

Department of Economics EMAIL: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

National Chi Nan University PHONE: 886-49-2910960 ext. 4694

No.1, University Road, Puli HOMEPAGE:

Nantou County 54561, Taiwan staffweb.ncnu.edu.tw/yolong

EDUCATION

˙Ph.D. in Economics, University of California, Irvine. September 2005 – June 2009.

˙M.A. in Public Finance, National Chengchi University, Taiwan. September 2001 – July 2003.

A CADEMIC POSITION

 

˙Assistant Professor of Economics, National Chi Nan University, Taiwan. August 2009 –

present.

 

R ESEARCH INTERESTS
˙Macroeconomics / Adaptive Learning Dynamics.
˙Monetary Economics.
˙International Finance and Trade.

˙Public Economics.

 

AWARDS

˙Jean-Claude Falmagne 2009 Dissertation Award, for the best dissertation in the School of Social Sciences, first place, awarded by The Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences, UC Irvine, July 2009.

˙Sanli Pastore and Hill Excellence in Economics Writing Award, second place, awarded by The Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences, UC Irvine, January 2009.

˙Ministry of Education Fellowship of Government Sponsorship for Overseas Study, for the academic years 2006 and 2007, Taiwan.

˙Outstanding Academic Performance Graduate Student, for the 2nd semester of the academic year 2001, awarded by Department of Public Finance, National Chengchi University.

˙Outstanding Academic Performance Graduate Student, for the 1st semester of the academic year 2001, awarded by Department of Public Finance, National Chengchi University.

P UBLICATIONS

[1] Yo-Long Lin, (2009), “Inflation in an Open Economy: Inflation Bias, Adaptive Learning, and Escape Dynamics,” Dissertation, Department of Economics, UC Irvine.

[2] Yo-Long Lin, (2003), “Exports, Terms of Trade, and Growth,” Master Thesis, National

Chengchi University, Taiwan. (In English)

[3] Yo-Long Lin, (2002), “Why Could Mainland China Insulate from the Asian Financial Crisis: An Intertemporal Balance Approach,” East Asia Quarterly, 33(4), pp. 1–30. (In Chinese with English Abstract)

 

W ORKING PAPERS

[1] Yo-Long Lin, “Inflation Bias, Real Exchange Rate Channel, and Optimal Monetary Policy in an Open Economy.” (Conference paper in Annual Conference of Taiwan Finance Association, May 29th, 2010.)

[2] Yo-Long Lin, “Exporting Inflation and Escaping Dynamics in an Open Economy.”

[3] Yo-Long Lin, “On The Determinants of Environmental and Trade Policies.”

[4] Yo-Long Lin, Jin-Xu Lin, Yungho Weng, “Causality between Exports and Growth in Manufacturing Industries: Evidence from Taiwan.” (Conference paper in the 12th Annual Conference on Empirical Economics, Taiwan. June 5th, 2011.)

[5] Yo-Long Lin, “The Fiscal Theory of Exchange Rate and Price Level under Adaptive Learning.”

[6] Yo-Long Lin, “Exchange Rate Target Zone, Interventions, and Learning Dynamics.”

[7] Yo-Long Lin, “Bubbles, Currency Crisis Transmission and Learning Dynamics.”

[8] Yo-Long Lin, “International Labor Mobility, Minimum Wage, and Economic Fluctuations.”

[9] Yo-Long Lin, “Fixed Exchange Rate Regime and Learning Stability.”

P ROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

˙Presenter, Seminar on the Department of Public Finance, National Taipei University, March 12th, 2012.

˙Presenter and Discussant, the 12th Annual Conference on Empirical Economics, Taiwan, June 5th, 2011.

˙Presenter, Seminar on the Department of Economics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan. May 12th, 2011.

˙Presenter, Seminar on the Department of Economics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan. December 14th, 2010.

˙Presenter and Discussant, Annual Conference of Taiwan Finance Association, Taiwan. May 29th, 2010.

˙Presenter, Seminar on the Department of Economics, Tunghai University, Taiwan. May 28th, 2010.

˙Presenter, Seminar on the Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan. April 20th, 2010.

˙Discussant, Annual Conference of Taiwan Economic Association, Taipei, Taiwan. December 19th, 2009.

˙Presenter, The 4th Annual Conference on Empirical Economics, Taiwan. April 26th–27th, 2003.

˙Presenter, Annual Conference of Taiwan Economic Association, Taipei, Taiwan. December 22th, 2002.

˙Presenter, Mainland China and Cross Straits relationships Conference, Taipei, Taiwan.

September 28th, 2002.

˙Presenter, The 2nd Seminar for the Trade and Situation Between the Mainland China and Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan. September 12th–14 th, 2002.

R ESEARCH GRANTS

˙Grant for Research Project, Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST 103-2410-H- 260-002), “Economic Growth Types and Time-inconsistent Monetary Policy.” Principal Investigator, August 2014 – July 2015.

˙Grant for Research Project, National Science Council (NSC 102-2410-H-260-005), “International Labor Mobility, Minimum Wage, and Economic Fluctuations.” Principal Investigator, August 2013 – July 2014.

˙Grant for Research Project, National Science Council (NSC 101-2410-H-260-010), “Bubbles, Currency Crisis Transmission and Learning Dynamics.” Principal Investigator, August 2012 – December 2013.

˙Grant for Research Project, National Science Council (NSC 100-2410-H-260-025), “Exchange Rate Target Zone, Interventions, and Learning Dynamics.” Principal Investigator, August 2011 – July 2012.

˙Grant for Research Project, National Science Council (NSC 99-2410-H-260-022), “Fiscal Policy and Adaptive Learning in an Open Economy.” Principal Investigator, August 2010 – July 2011.

˙Summer Research Fellowship, “Exporting Inflation in an Open Economy,” awarded by

Department of Economics, UC Irvine. July 2008 – September 2009.

 

T EACHING

Graduate : (Department of Economics, National Chi Nan University)

˙Macroeconomics (core): Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Fall 2010.

˙Monetary Theory and Policy (elective): Spring 2011, Fall 2010, Spring 2010.

˙International Finance Theory and Policy (elective): Fall 2014, Spring 2013, Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Fall 2009.

Undergraduate : (Department of Economics, National Chi Nan University)

˙Public Finance (required): Fall 2014, Spring 2014, Fall 2013, Spring 2013, Fall 2012, Spring 2012, Fall 2011.

˙Money and Banking (required): Spring 2011.

˙Principle of Economics (Macro / required): Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Spring 2011, Spring 2010.

˙Public Economics (elective): Fall 2009.

 

J OURNAL REFEREE

˙Journal of Social Sciences (Issued by National Chengchi University, Taiwan).

 

C AMPUS SERVICE

˙Curriculum Committee, College of Management, National Chi Nan University, February 2012 – July 2012.

˙International Outreach Task Force Committee, National Chi Nan University. August 2010 – July 2011.

˙Advisory Committeeman, National Chi Nan University Library. September 2009 – July 2010.

˙Class Advisor for Undergraduate Students in Department of Economics, National Chi Nan University. September 2009 – July 2015.

˙PhD Degree Examination Committee, Department of Economics, National Chengchi University, June 24th, 2013.

˙Master Degree Examination Committee:

− Master Program for Economics, National Chi Nan University, 2014/07/30, 2014/05/31, 2013/06/27, 2012/06/22, 2011/06/28.

− Executive Master Program of Business Administration (EMBA), National Chi Nan University, 2014/07/19, 2012/06/03, 2012/01/16.

− Master Program for Eminent Public Administrators, National Chengchi University, 2014/06/06, 2013/01/15, 2012/07/30, 2012/07/26, 2012/05/25, 2011/05/16, 2010/07/26.

− Master Program for Business Administration, National Chung Hsing University, 2014/06/17, 2012/06/04.

− Executive Master Program of Business Administration (EMBA), National Chung Hsing University, 2013/01/29.

˙Master Proposal Examination Committee:

− Master Program for Eminent Public Administrators, National Chengchi University, 2012/10/09, 2012/04/20, 2012/01/06, 2011/01/03。

O THER WORK EXPERIENCE

˙Teaching Assistant, Lecture on Economics, Department of Economics, National Chengchi University. September 2002 – January 2003.

˙Research Assistant, for Dr. Sheng–Wen Chang, National Chengchi University. September 2001 – June 2002.

˙Teaching Assistant, Lecture on Economics, Department of Economics, National Chi Nan University. September 2000 – June 2001.

P ROFICIENCY

Matlab, Eviews, Mathematica, LaTeX, and MS Office.

Te-Tsun Chang

Te-Tsun Chang

EDUCATION:

2000 National Taiwan University ,B.A., Chemical Engineering

2002 National Taiwan University, M.A.., Economics

2008 National Taiwan University, Ph.D., Economics

EMPLOYMENT:

2009- Assistant Professor of Economics, National Chi Nan University

Articles:

``Liquidity, Assets, and Firms’ Investment Decision,’’(with Ying-Syuan Li) Academia Economic Papers, 2013

``A Macroeconomic Model on Quality of Government and Economic Performance,’’ (with Yiting Li ) Economic Inquiry, 2011.

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