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Chen-Min Hsu Professor

 

Professor Chen-Min Hsu

Ph.D., Economics, Johns Hopkins University

Specialty

Area of Expertise: Money and Banking,Financial Institutions Risk and Management,International Money and Finance,Financial Institutions and Market,Macroeconomics

email chenmin@ctbc.edu.tw

Experiences

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
  • Professor of Economics, 1989-Feb. 2016, National Taiwan University
  • Associate Dean of Social Sciences College, 2012-2013 , National Taiwan University
  • Professor, Department of Business and Economic Law, March 2006-
  • CEO, Center of Mobile Banking, CTBC Business School, March 2006-
  • Chairman of Department of Economics, 1997-98, National Chi Nan University ( joint appointment with National Taiwan University)
  • Director of the Graduate Institute of Economics, 1995-97, National Chi Nan University ( joint appointment with National Taiwan University)
  • Associate Professor of Economics, 1984-89, National Taiwan University( appointed in 1984)
Associate Appointment
  • President, Taiwan Academy of Banking and Finance(2008-2012)
  • Advisory Commissioner, Industrial Advisory Commission under The Ministry of Economic Affairs (2006-2012)
  • Commissioner, Nation Financial Stabilization Fund Commission under The Executive Yuan(2002-2004,2008-2016)
  • Commissioner, Asian Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee (2004-)
  • Evaluation Commissioner, The Financial Restructuring Fund's Management Committee (2004-2011)
  • Commissioner, Working Group of Economic Development Fund Commission under The Council of Economic Planning and Development (2004-2007)
  • Advisory Commissioner, The Mainland Affairs Council under The Executive Yuan (2002-2004)
  • Advisory Commissioner, The Central Deposit Insurance Corporation (2001-)
  • Policy Fellow, National Policy Foundation (2000-)
  • Director, The International Commercial Bank of China, ICBC, (1999-2006)
  • Advisor, Taipei City Government (1998-2012)
  • Commissioner, Urban Economic Development Commission of Taipei City Government (1998-2012)

Journal Papers

  1. “Bank Failure Probability Models for Asian Financial Crisis and Global Subprime Mortgage Crisis: A Comparison” 2017 Global Economy and Governance International Conference,University of Finance and Management in Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland, October 2017.
  2. “ Inflation Targeting, Exchange-Rate Targeting Monetary Policies in an Open New Keynesian DSGE Model,” KEA-APEA 2017 International Conference, Korea University, Seoul, Korea, July 2017.
  3. “ Inflation Targeting, Exchange-Rate Targeting Monetary Policies in an Open New Keynesian DSGE Model,” Korea and the World Economy Conference XVI , Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Hanoi, Vietnam, June 2017.
  4. “ Retrospect and Prospect of Cross-Strait Financial Cooperation after 30 Years,” in Cross-Strait Economic Relations between Taiwan and Mainland China after 30 Years : Retrospect and Prospect, 183-214, December 2017, Beijing : Kyushu Press.
  5. “ Inflation Targeting, Exchange-Rate Targeting Monetary Policies in an Open New Keynesian DSGE Model,” Korea and the World Economy, Vol.18, No.2, 131-174, August 2017.
  6. “ A Reinvestigation of the Causality Test of Interest Rate and Exchange Rate between China and the US : Time Series Analysis in Frequency Domain,” Wuhan University Journal of Humanity & Social Sciences 69, No.5, 74-83, September 2016 (in Chinese).
  7. “Monetary Policy Transparency and Interest Rate Rule in a Free Open Economy,” 2016 International Conference on Global Economy & Governance (GEG), Ocean University of China, 2016.
  8. “Determinants of the Timing of Bank Failure in Ten Asian Countries,” International Economic Studies, Vol. 44, No. 1, Spring & Summer 2014, 1- 14, 2014.
  9. “Impact of Quantitative Easing Trend on Mainland China and Emerging Economies,” Taiwan Development Perspectives 2014 , National Policy Foundation, 2014.
  10. “Profit Performance of Financial Holding Companies: Evidence from Taiwan,” Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Vol.50, Supplement 3, pp. 190-200, 20l4.
  11. “The Banking of the Great China Area in Financial Turmoil and the Asian Lamfalussy Process,” ADBI Working Paper Series, No.221,2010.
  12. “Taiwan’s Monetary and Financial Policies in Post-Financial Tsunami Era,” Taiwan Development Perspectives 2010 , National Policy Foundation, 2010.
  13. “Demand Changes and Real Exchange Rate Dynamics in a Finite-horizon Model with Sectoral Adjustment Costs,” Southern Economic Journal , Vol.75, No.4, 1191-1211, 2009.
  14. “Real Exchange Rate and Current Account Dynamics in a Finite-horizon Model with Sectoral Adjustment Costs,” the Asia-Pacific Economic Association (APEA) 2007 Conference in Hong Kong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 2007, July 25 –27th.
  15. “Real Exchange Rate and Current Account Dynamics in a Finite-horizon Model with Sectoral Adjustment Costs,” Korea and the World Economy, VI: Towards Asian Economic Community, 2007, July 2 –3th, University of Wollongong, Australia.
  16. “Liberalization of Trade, Business Prospect and Choice of RMB’s Exchange Rate Policies,” Shanghai International Forum 2007: Economic Globalization and the Choice of Asia, Fudan University, May 25-27th, 2007.
  17. “Industrial Upgrading and Prospects of Cross-Strait Technology Industry Cooperation in Taiwan,” Academic Seminar on “Economic Exchanges and Cooperation of Cross-Strait”, Xiamen University, April 6th, 2007.
  18. “The Role of Financial Development in Economic Growth: The Experiences of Taiwan, Korea and Japan," Journal of Asian Economics, Vol.17, No.4, 667-690, 2006.
  19. Macroeconomics Lecture Series, Xi’an Jiaotong University, May 8-15th, 2006 (in Chinese).
  20. “Taiwan Financial Development and Economic Growth: The Role of Non-bank Financial Institution,” The 10th Academic Conference of Economic Development: Taiwan Financial Development and Financial Performance, National Taipei University Department of Economics, 2006 (in Chinese).
  21. “Financial Structure, Corporate Finance and Growth of Taiwan's Manufacturing Firms,” Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies (RPBFMP), Vol. 9, No. 1, pp67-95, 2006.
  22. “Current Account, Capital Formation and Terms of Trade Shocks: A Revisit of the Harberger-Lausen-Metzler Effect,” Journal of Economics, Vol.88, No.2, pp179-201, 2006.
  23. “The Opportunity and Challenge of Foreign Direct Investment of Taiwan Firms in Mainland China and the Policy Coordination between Taiwan and Mainland China Government,” The 10th International Conference of Chinese Economic Coordination System, Global Publisher ,2006 (in Chinese).
  24. “The Performance of Taiwanese Banks: Financial Holding and Non-financial Holding Banks,” The Conference of Financial Reform and Development, Taiwan Economic Association, 2005 (in Chinese).
  25.  “On Taiwan Financial Reform and Financial Holding Company Perspective,” The 70th Anniversary Memory of Central Trust of China, Central Trust of China, 2005 (in Chinese).
  26. “The Privatization of State Bank: Taiwan Experience, ” Private Banks in Taiwan, Beijing Social Science Publisher, 2005 (in Chinese).
  27. “The Structure Changes of Taiwan’s Manufacturing Sector in Firm Size and Corporate Financing during 1991-2002”, Beijing Forum 2005, Peking University, 2005.
  28. “Current Account, Capital Formation and Terms of Trade Shocks: A Revisit of the Harberger-Lausen-Metzler Effect,” International Conference of Asia-Pacific Economic Association, Hitotsubashi University, July 30-31, 2005.
  29. “Exploring Financial System Reform and Financial Cooperation under Economic Globalization,” Shanghai Forum Anthology, Shanghai Forum Organizing Committee, 2005 (forthcoming).
  30. “The Role of Financial Development in Economic Growth: The Experiences of Taiwan, Korea, and Japan ”, Joint Conference of KNU, KIEP, and RCIE-Asian Crisis V: New Challenges and Opportunities for the Post-Crisis Asia, Kangwon National University, Chuncheon, Korea, December 9-10, 2003.
  31. “An Investigation to Taiwan’s Agricultural Finance Difficulties”, National Policy Quarterly, pp. 125-145, Vol.3, No.4, 2004 (in Chinese).
  32. “The Role of Taiwanese Foreign Direct Investment in China: Economic Integration or Hollowing-out?” in Economic Integration and Multinational Investment Behavior: European and East Asian Experiences, eds. by Ruffini, Pierre-Bruno, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2004, pp.403-421.
  33. “The Role of Taiwanese Foreign Direct Investment in China: Economic Integration or Hollowing-out?” The Journal of the Korean Economy, Vol.5, No.2, pp.207-231, 2004.
  34. “An Analysis of Taiwan’s Economic Policies to the Mainland China and the Opportunities of Policy Cooperation”, The 9th International Conference of Chinese Economic Coordination System, Regional Economy: Challenges, Opportunities and Perspectives, 2004 (in Chinese).
  35. “Financial Structure, Corporate Finance and Growth of Taiwan's Manufacturing Firms”, The Conference of Asian Crisis, VI: Financial Crisis and Economic Growth, University of Tokyo, Japan, August 30-31, 2004, and the 2004 NTU International Conference on Finance, National Taiwan University, Dec 20-21, Taipei, Taiwan.
  36. “A Model of the Early Warning System of Financial Crisis of Financial Institutions”, Quarterly Journal of Deposit Insurance Information, Vol. 17, No.2, pp.51-75, 2003 (in Chinese).
  37. “Monetary Policy in the Globalization World: Taiwan’s Experience,” The Workshop on the Globalization of Taiwan Economic Development, 2003, Chang Jung Christian University, Tainan, Taiwan.
  38. “An Exploration of the Difficulties of Current Financial Reform: Analysis of Complementary Financial Structure,” Theory and Policy, 2003 (in Chinese).
  39. “The Role of Financial Development in Economic Growth: The Experiences of Taiwan, Korea, and Singapore”, The 78th Annual Western Economic Association International Pacific Rim Conference, Taiwan, 2003.
  40. “The Role of ‘Open-Door’ Policy in China’s Economic Development and Integration Process,” Chung-Hwa Institution for Economic Research Working Paper Series No.2002-1, 2002.
  41. “The Role of ‘Open-Door’ Policy in China’s Economic Development and Integration Process”, The Political and Economic Reforms of Mainland China in a Changing Global Society, 2002, pp.159-197, College of Social Sciences, National Taiwan University.
  42. “The Central Bank of China: Its Organization and Central Banking Management, Independence and Efficiency”, The Conference of New Law of the Central Bank of China and Law of Foreign Market Exchange, 2002, Taiwan Economic Association (in Chinese).
  43. “The Role of Taiwanese Foreign Direct Investment in China: Economic Integration or Hollowing-out?” The 1st Conference of International Commercial Business, 2002, National Taipei Business Technology College, Department of International Commercial Business.
  44. “Financial Development and Economic Growth: Taiwan and Korean Experiences”, The 6th Economic Development Conference, Department of Economics, National Taipei University, 2002 (in Chinese).
  45. “The Contribution of Exports and Foreign Direct Investments to China Economic Growth”, The 3rd Conference of Empirical Economics, Department of Economics, National Chi Nan University, 2002 (in Chinese).
  46. “The Role of Financial Development in Economic Growth: Taiwan and Korean Experiences”, The Industry of Free China, Vol.92, No.10, pp.35-78, 2002 (in Chinese).
  47. An Evaluation of the Financial Performance of Taiwan’s Banks in 1999-2001, Quarterly Journal of Deposit Insurance Information, Vol.16, No.1, pp.28-35, 2002 (in Chinese).
  48. “Economic Forecast and Macroeconomic Stabilization Policies”, Money Market Bimonthly, Vol.6, No.3, pp.1-18, 2002 (in Chinese).
  49. “The Role of Financial Development in Economic Growth: The Experiences of Taiwan, Korea, and Singapore”, The 20th Annual Meeting of the Effects of Globalization in Taiwan and the Third World, 2002, Association of Third World Studies and National Taiwan University.
  50. "The Role of Economic Policy in Recent Recession and Recovery: Taiwan Experience", Keynote Speech, International Conference of Asian Crisis Ⅳ: The Recovery and the Rest of the World, 2002, Department of Economics, National Taiwan University.
  51. "Macroeconomic Policy and Model Evaluation”, The Economic Outlook and Current Problems in 2002, pp.79-98, 2002, National Policy Foundation and National Taiwan University (in Chinese).
  52. "Taiwan’s Economic Recession and Recovery in the New Government Regime”, Conference of Globalization in the 21st Century, Innsbruck University, Austria, 2002.
  53. “Rating Taiwan’s Financial Bill Companies”, The Annual Conference of Taiwan Banking Association, 2001 (in Chinese).
  54. “An Evaluation of the Financial Performance of Taiwan’s Banks in 1999 and 2000”, The Privatization of International Commercial Bank: after 30 Years, pp.136-140, 2001 (in Chinese).
  55. “The Structure of Government R&D Expenditure and Its Performance”, Public Finance and Taxation Studies, Vol.33, No.3, pp.18-35, 2001 (in Chinese).
  56. “An Adjustable Mechanism of Government Expenditure, Business Cycle, and Budget System”, The Industry of Free China, Vol. 91, No.2, pp.25-52, 2001 (in Chinese).
  57. “National Public Pension and Fiscal Burden”, Taiwan Economic Forecasting and Policies, Vol.31, No.2, pp.67-90, 2001 (in Chinese).
  58. "An Evaluation of the Financial Performance of Taiwan’s Banks in 1999 and 2000”, Taiwan Banking Association, 2001 (in Chinese).
  59. "Evaluation of the Financial Performance of Taiwan IT Industry ", The Proceedings of Annual Conference of Taiwan Economic Association, 2001 (in Chinese).
  60. ”The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Economic Integration between Taiwan and China”, Location of Economic Activity, Regional Development and the Global Economy, 2001 (Le Hari University, France).
  61. "Labor Retirement Pension System: Defined Benefit or Defined Contribution?" Current Labor Market and Unemployment Conference, 2001 (in Chinese).
  62. "Monetary Policy and Taylor’s Interest Rate Rule", The 5th Conference in Memory of Professor Kuo-shu Liang, 2001, Department of Economics, National Taiwan University (in Chinese).
  63. ”How Could Taiwan Have Been Insulated from the 1997 Financial Crisis?” The Asian Exchange, Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives, 2001.
  64. "The Impact of Sound Financial Development on Capital Accumulation and Economic Growth", The 2nd Conference of Empirical Economics, 2001, Institute of Economics, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen University (in Chinese).
  65. "The Pension Fund Burden and Government Fiscal Ability", The Pension Fund Financial Balance Conference, 2000 (in Chinese).
  66. "An Evaluation of Financial Performance of Taiwan Banking Industries", Conference in Memory of Professor Kuo-shu Liang, Department of Economics, National Taiwan University, 2000 (in Chinese).
  67. "Financial Development and Endogenous Growth Model", Industry of Free China, Council for Economic Planning and Development, Executive Yuan, Taiwan, Vol. 9, No.5, pp.21-47, 2000 (in Chinese).
  68. "Research on Taiwan Central Bank’s Independency”, Money Market Bimonthly, Taipei Notes and Finance Business Association, Vol.3, No.5, pp.1-16, 1999 (in Chinese).
  69. ”The Role of the State during Economic Growth and Crisis: Taiwan's Experience”, Social and Economic Structures and the Origins of the Asian Crisis, 1999, Lund University, Sweden.
  70. ”Financial Development and Economic Growth:Taiwan's Experience”, International Trade and Capital Flows in Economic Restructuring and Growth: European and East Asian Experiences, 1999(Inha University, Korea).
  71. ”Interest Rate Rule or Monetary Aggregate Rule?-Evaluation of Taiwan Monetary Policy”, Soo Chow University Economic Conference, 1999 (in Chinese).
  72. ”Taiwan Financial Development: An Empirical Study of Endogenous Growth Model”, Conference of Econometric Model , 1998, Academy Sinica, Taiwan.
  73. ”Stability Analysis of Real Exchange Rate and Taiwan Money Demand - A Rational Expectation Learning Model”, The Competitive Strategy for Native Enterprises in International Market, Proceedings of the First International Business Management Conference, 1997, National Chi Nan University (in Chinese).
  74. ”Determination for the Optimal Upper Bound of Money Market Interest Rates”, Proceedings of Annual Conference of Taiwan Finance Association, 1997 (in Chinese).
  75. ”The Taiwan Monetary Policy during Last 10 Years”, Conference in Memory of Professor Kuo-shu Liang, 1996, Department of Economics, National Taiwan University (in Chinese).
  76. ”An Evaluation of Monetary Policy: Operation and Intermediate Targets”, The 2nd International Economic Model Application Conference, 1996, National Central University.
  77. ”Terms of Trade Shock, Capital Accumulation, the Current Account and Finite Horizons”, The 1st International Economic Model Application Conference, 1995, National Central University.
  78. ”Debt Financing, Public Investment and Economic Growth in Taiwan”, Growth Theories in Light of the East Asian Experience, ed. by Takatoshi Ito and Anne O. Krueger, 1995, University of Chicago Press.
  79. ”Monetary Policy and Inflation in Taiwan: a VAR Approach”, Workshop on Inflation in Taiwan, Chung-Hua Insitution for Economic Research Conference Series, No.22, 1992 (in Chinese).
  80. ”Human Capital and Dynamic Wage Structure - Evidence from Taiwanese Labor Market”, The National Chi Nan University Journal, Vol.3, No.2, pp.129-182, 1999.
  81. ”Investment under Uncertainty”, Book Review, The National Chi Nan University Journal, Vol.1, pp.312-321, 1997 (in Chinese).
  82. ”The Economic Engine of Economic Growth in Southeast Asian Countries”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol.1, No.3, 1996, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, National Chi Nan University (in Chinese).
  83. ”An Evaluation of Fiscal and Financial Policies in Taiwan”, Journal of Business Bank, Vol.18, No.4, 1995 (in Chinese).
  84. ”An Evaluation of Fiscal and Financial Policies in Taiwan”, Journal of Business Bank, Vol.18, No. 3,1995 (in Chinese).
  85. ”An Evaluation of Fiscal and Financial Policies in Taiwan”, Journal of Business Bank, Vol.18, No.2, 1995 (in Chinese).
  86. ”The Role of Macro Policies in the Taiwan Economic Development”, The Industry of Free China, Vol. 84, No.5.pp.61-71, 1995.
  87. ”The Role of Macroeconomics Policies in Taiwan Economic Development”, Seoul Journal of Economics, summer 1994, Seoul National University.
  88. ”Dynamic Adjustments of Inventories and Money Balances in Non-Walrasian Economics”, International Review of Economics and Finance, Vol.3, No.1, 1994 (JAI Press).
  89. ”Government Expenditure, Foreign Reserves and the Exchange Rate Dynamics”, International Economic Journal, Vol.7, No.3, pp.65-79, 1993, Seoul National University.
  90. ”Stock Price and Economic Factors: MTV and Principal Component Analysis”, Journal of Management, pp.79-104, 1993, Business Management College, National Taiwan University (in Chinese).
  91. ”Financial Relations between Taiwan and the Mainland China”, Money Market, 1993 (in Chinese).
  92. ”Rational Expectations and Taiwan Economy”, Money Market, 1992 (in Chinese).
  93. ”Dual Decisions of Firms, Inventory Stock, and Quantity Expectations”, The Japanese Economic Review (The Economic Studies Quarterly), Vol.43, No.2, 1992, Japanese Economic Association.
  94. ”Government Expenditure, Foreign Reserves and the Exchange Rate Dynamic”, Asian Economic Journal, Vol.5, No.2, pp.175-194, 1991, Eastern Asian Economic Association.
  95. ”Government Expenditure and Economic Growth: The Taiwan Experience”, The Industry of Free China, 1991 (in Chinese).
  96. ”Are Stock Prices Forecastable in Taiwan Stock Exchange Market?” Money Market, 1991 (in Chinese).
  97. ”Trade, Inventories, and Forward Exchange under Exchange Rate and Demand Uncertainty”, Journal of Economics, Vol.50, No.2, pp.113-127, 1989 (Springer-Verlag).
  98. ”Public Goods, Private Consumption and Exchange Rate Dynamics”, Taiwan Economic Review,Vol.17, No.3, pp.389-403, 1989, National Taiwan University (in Chinese).
  99. ”Tariff Policy and Quantity Expectations in an Economy with Classical Unemployment”, Journal of International Economic Integration, Vol.4, No.1, pp.99-121, spring 1989.
  100. ”Trade Liberalization and Unemployment:A Dynamic Model of Import and Export Sectors”, The Difficulties in Foreign Trade and Foreign Exchange Rate Fluctuation in Taiwan Conference, pp.279-306, 1989, Academia Sinica (in Chinese).
  101. ”Quantity Expectations and Unemployment in Non-Walrasian Economics”, International Economic Journal, Vol. 2, No.3, pp.61-77, 1988, Korean International Economic Association.
  102. ”The Structure Change in Manufacture Industry and Labor Demand”, The Taiwan Labor Market Conference, Taiwan Economic Review,Vol.16, No.2, pp.285-301, 1988, National Taiwan University (in Chinese).
  103. ”Public Expenditure, Price of Imported Raw Material, Trade Account and Foreign Exchage Rate:A Perfect Foresight Model”, Annual Conference Proceedings, Taiwan Economic Association, pp.181-214, 1987 (in Chinese).
  104. ”The Pricing Behavior Analysis of Banks under Risks - A Dynamic Inventory Model”, The Change and Strategy in Financial Environment Conference, pp.87-98, 1987, Tamkang University (in Chinese).
  105. ”An Empirical Study of the Behavior of the Velocity of Money in Taiwan”, Money Market, 1987 (in Chinese).
  106. ”Anticipated Tariff Policy and Capital Accumulation”, Taiwan Economic Review, Vol.15, No.2, 1987 (in Chinese).
  107. ”Tariff Anticipation, the Balance of Trade, and Exchange Rate Dynamic Approach”, The 5th Social Science Conference, 1987, Academia Sinica (in Chinese).
  108. ”Current Economic Situation and Banking Management in Taiwan”, Journal of Business Bank, 1986 (in Chinese).
  109. ”Money and Credit Multipliers: An Empirical Study”, Money Market, pp.38-42, 1986 (in Chinese).
  110. ”Inside Money, Outside Money, Superneutrality, and Capital Accumulation”, Taiwan Economic Review, Vol. 15, No.1, pp.247-268, 1986, National Taiwan University.
  111. ”Loanable Funds, Fiscal Policy, and Exchange Rate Dynamics”, Taiwan Economic Review, Vol.15, No.1, pp.247-268, 1986, National Taiwan University (in Chinese).
  112. ”The Consumption Function and Intertemporal Spillover Effects”, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, pp.443-455, 1986, Vol. 10, North-Holland.
  113. ”Dynamic Stability Analysis of a Stochastic Disequilibrium Model”, Taiwan Economic Review, Vol.14, pp.177-202, 1986, National Taiwan University.
  114. ”Commercial Banks, Foreign Currency Deposits and the Dynamic Adjustment of Exchange Rates”, Annual Conference Proceedings, 1985, Taiwan Economic Association (in Chinese).
  115. ”Tobin’s q Theory and Optimal Allocation of Investment Goods in a Two-Sector Model”, Taiwan Economic Review, Vol. 13, pp.87-118, 1985, National Taiwan University.

Books

  1. International Finance, Yeh Yeh Book Gallery,2009 (in Chinese).
  2.  The Business and Investment Environment in Taiwan and Mainland China: A Focus on the IT and High-Tech Electronic Industries, World Scientific and Imperial College Press, Singapore, May 2007.
  3. Money and Banking, 2nd edition, Hwatai Publisher, 2006 (in Chinese).
  4. Macroeconomic Analysis, 3rd edition, Sci-Tech Publisher, 2006 (in Chinese).
  5. Unemployment, Deflation, and Economic Stabilization Polices, Linking Publishing, 2004 (in Chinese).
  6. A Comparison of Taiwan and Mainland China: Business and Investment Environments in the Information Technology and High-Technology Electronics Sectors, The European Chamber of Commerce Taipei (ECCT), 2004 (in Chinese).
  7. The Economic Effects of Taiwan’s Financial and Fiscal Reforms, Council of Economic Planning and Development, 2003 (in Chinese).
  8. The Impacts of the Volatility of Japanese Yen Exchange Rate on Taiwan’s, Asian and the World’s Economies and Trades, Council of Economic Planning and Development, 2002 (in Chinese).
  9. The Role of Flows of Funds and a Competent Electronic System Planning in Knowledge Based Economy, Council of Economic Planning and Development, 2001 (in Chinese).
  10. How to Establish a Complete and Sound Retirement Pension Scheme? Taiwan Security Investment Trust and Advisory Association, 2000 (in Chinese).
  11. A Framework of Flexible Adjustment of Government Expenditure, Council of Economic Planning and Development, 2000 (in Chinese).
  12. A Study of a Complete Stock Market in Taiwan: Integration or Separation? Taiwan OTC, 2000 (in Chinese).
  13. An Exploration of Problematic Listed Companies and Financial Institution after the 1998 Financial Crisis in Taiwan, Sun, Yin Sheng Foundation, 2000 (in Chinese).

 

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