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金管所所長

Professor Jin-Ji Chen  

• Visiting Fellow, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington D.C.
• Ph.D., Department of Industrial Economics, Tamkang University 
• MSc (Research) in Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science
• Master of Science, Department of Economics, TsingHua University
• Bachelor of Science, Department of Economics, National Taiwan University

Specialities

Area of Expertise: Management of Financial Products and Institutions

email jjc@ctbc.edu.tw

CURRENT POSITION

  • Professor and Dean, Graduate School of Financial Management, CTBC Financial Management College
  • Independent Director, Taiwan Financial Holding Company/Taiwan Bank Insurance Company
  • Advisor, Executive Yuan 
  • Advisor, National Futures Association
  • Vice President, New Frontier Foundation
  • Committee Member, National Public Debt Administration Committee
  • Committee Member, Public Welfare Lottery Supervisory Committee, Ministry of Finance
  • Advisor, Taipei City Government
  • Advisor, Taichung City Government

EXPERIENCE

  • Independent Director, Fubon Financial Holding
  • Independent Director, Fubon Insurance
  • Independent Director, Fubon Life Insurance
  • Commissioner, Research, Development, and Evaluation Commission, Taichung City Government
  • Committee Member, Public Debt Administration Committee, Taichung City Government
  • Committee Member, Public Debt Administration Committee, Pingtung County Government
  • Director-General, Department of Finance, Yunlin County Government

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Chen, Jinji (2017) “Announcement Effects on M&As Within Financial Holdings and With Third Parties,” The Empirical Economics Letters, forthcoming.【EconLit】
  2. Lu, Tsung-Hsun, Yi-Chi Chen, and Jinji Chen (2016) “Can Opening Prices Create Value for Investors in Taiwan?” Advances in Financial Planning & Forecasting, forthcoming.【EconLit; FLI;科技部財務領域B級】
  3. Chen, Jinji, ed., New Blue Print and New Path—Taiwan’s New Economic Model Initiative (Yunchen Culture: 2016).
  4. Lu, Tsung-Hsun* and Jinji Chen (2013) “Candlestick Charting in the European Stock Markets,” JASSA-The Finsia Journal of Applied Finance, Issue 2 2013: pp. 20-25, Financial Services Institute of Australasia【SSCI; EconLit;科技部財務領域B級】
  5. “Candlestick Charting in the European Stock Markets,” Academy of International Business (AIB), Turkey: Istanbul, 2013/7.
  6. Chen, Jinji, Chien-Hung Tung and Yao-Hua Liu (2015), “Economic Democracy” in Observations of Democracy: Reflections in 2014, Young Synergy Taiwan Foundation.
  7. Chen, Jinji (2015), “Public Finance and the Possibility of Participartory Budgeting,” Participatory Budgeting: Our Budget, Our Decision, Young Synergy Taiwan Foundation.
  8. Chen, Jinji and Yi-Chuan Huang (2015), “Employee Compensation Friendly Plan,” New Blueprint for Young Labor, Young Synergy Taiwan Foundation. 
  9. Chen, Jinji (2014), “Problems with Pension Reform: Disfunctional Values and Weak Social Foundation,” (年金改革前途堪慮─價值紊亂,社會基礎薄弱)People-Oriented Creative Public Finance, Young Synergy Taiwan Foundation. 
  10. Chen, Jinji (2013), “Financial Autonomy to Implement Local Decentralization,” Collection of Papers from Conference on Sound Local Development and Governance, Lee Teng-hui Foundation. 
  11. “Economic Campaign Issues in the Presidential Campaign,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2011.12
  12. “Poll Trends in the Presidential Election,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2011.12
  13. “Economic Issues Become the Determining Factor in the Presidential Election,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2011.11
  14. “Cross-strait Trade, Global Reach, Safety, Autonomy, and WTO Principle,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2011.11
  15. “Taiwan’s Tax Reforms Against the Backdrop of the Debt Crisis in Europe and America,” Newsletter, Taiwan BrainTrust, 2011.10
  16. “The Review of the 2012 Budgetary Bill of the Taiwanese Government,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2011.09
  17. “Taiwan’s Fiscal Setback Mirrored by the U.S. Debt Crisis,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2011.08
  18. “VISION FOR TAIWAN: NATIONAL FISCAL POLICY,” Taiwan Brain Trust, 2011.08
  19. “China Faces Hidden Concerns about Stagflation,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2011.07
  20. “The Impact and Significance of the Enacted Legislation on Luxury Tax,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2011.04
  21. “Redefining Central and Local Government Powers After the Birth of Taiwan’s Six Metropolises,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2010.12
  22. “2011 Budget Proposal Under Review,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2010.11
  23. “Tax Cuts and Rising Expenditure Deepen Fiscal Hole,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2010.08
  24. “Follow-up of the Signing of ECFA,” Newsletter, Taiwan Brain Trust, 2010.06
  25. “Emerging Market Project: Thailand,” China Development Industrial Bank, 2006.12
  26. “Emerging Market Project: Vietnam,” China Development Industrial Bank, 2006.11 
  27. “M&A Law and Cases,” China Development Industrial Bank, 2006.10
  28. “Financial Policy after the Conference on Sustaining Taiwan’s Economy Development,” China Development Industrial Bank, 2006.08
  29. “Emerging Market Project: India, Turkey,” China Development Industrial Bank, 2006.07
  30. “Appraisal on Financial Holding Companies under Financial Reforms,” China Development Industrial Bank, 2006.04
  31. “A Study on Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax,” China Development Industrial Bank, 2006.04