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Li-Ju Chen

Name:Li-Ju Chen


Degree:Ph.D. of Economics, Stockholm University, Sweden


       1. Associate Professor, Department of Urban Industrial Management and Marketing, University of Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan. (Feb 2015-Present)

       2. Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan. (Aug 2013-Jan 2015)

       3. Assistant Professor Department of Economics, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan. (Feb 2009-Jul 2013)


Expertise:Applied Economics, Development Economics, Political Economy.

Office phone number:+886-22871-8288 ext. 3106/8142

E-mail: chenlj@utaipei.edu.tw


Li-Ju Chen* (2023), “What Determines Voting for Women Candidates? An Analysis in Taiwan Councilor Elections,” Asian Women, 39, 2, 69-91.

Goh, Soo Khoon*, Koi Nyen Wong, Robert McNown, and Li-Ju Chen (2023), “Long-run Macroeconomic Consequences of Taiwan's Aging Labor Force: An Analysis of Policy Options,” Journal of Policy Modeling, 45, 1, 121-138.

Chen, Li-Ju* (2019). The Effect of Female Labor Supply on Vote Choice in Taiwanese Elections, Asian Women, 35, 1, 47-70.

Chen, Li-Ju* (2018). Weather Conditions and Electoral Outcomes in Taiwan, Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, forthcoming.

Chen, Li-Ju* (2016). Women in Politics: A New Instrument for Studying the Impact of Education on Growth, Journal of Economics and Management, 12, 2, 251-275.

Chen, Li-Ju* and Yen-Ling Lin (2015). Does Air Pollution Respond to Petroleum Price? International Journal of Applied Economic, 12, 2, 104-125.

Hu, Shih-Wen, Li-Ju Chen*, Vey Wang, Meng-Yi Tai, Lee-Jung Lu, and Chiu-Yue Lin (2015). Energy Policies and Food Prices, Journal of Economics and Management, 11, 47-68.

Yan, Ho-Don*, Li-Ju Chen, and Yi-Hen Tseng (2014). Capital Inflow, Foreign Exchange Intervention, and Currency Misalignment in Emerging Market Countries, China Economic Policy Review, 3, 2, 1-30.

Chen, Li-Ju*, Shih-Wen Hu, Vey Wang, Jiandong Wen, and Chusheng Ye (2014). The Effects of Purchasing and Price Subsidy Policies for Agricultural Products under Target Zones, Economic Modelling, 43, 439-447.

Chen, Li-Ju*, Lee-Jung Lu, Meng-Yi Tai, Shih-Wen Hu, and Vey Wang (2014). Energy Structure, Energy Policy, and Economically Sustainable Development, International Review of Economics and Finance, 34, 203-210.

Chao, Chi-Chur*, Li-Ju Chen, Shih-Wen Hu, Ching-Yi Huang, and Vey Wang (2014). Stock Prices, Foreign Reserves and Regime Collapse, Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 21, 207-225.

Chen, Li-Ju* (2013). Do Female Politicians Influence Public Spending? Evidence from Taiwan, International Journal of Applied Economics, 10, 2, 32-51.

Chen, Li-Ju* (2013). Impact of Female Legislators on Support for Honest Government, International Journal of Development Issues, 12, 2, 158-174.

Chen, Li-Ju*, Chusheng Ye, Shih-Wen Hu, Vey Wang, and Jiandong Wen (2013). The Effect of a Target Zone on the Stabilization of Agricultural Prices and Farmers, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 1, 34-47.

Jang, Show-Ling, Li-Ju Chen*, Jennifer H. Chen, and Yu-Chieh Chiu (2013). Innovation and Production in the Global Solar Photovoltaic Industry, Scientometrics, 94, 3, 1021-1036.

Chen, Li-Ju* (2011). Female Policymakers and Educational Expenditures: Cross-Country Evidence, European Journal of Comparative Economics, forthcoming.

Chen, Li-Ju* (2010). Do Gender Quotas Influence Women Representation and Policies? European Journal of Comparative Economics, 7, 1, 13-30.

Research Projects:

1. MOST Grant (MOST105-2410-H-845-001), 2016/08/01-2017/07/31.

2. MOST Grant (MOST104-2410-H-845-022), 2015/08/01-2016/07/31.

3. MOST Grant (MOST104-2420-H-002-016-MY3-Y10409), 2015/01/01-2015/06/30.

4. Feng Chia University Grant (14I42329), 2014-2015.

5. Feng Chia University Grant (13I02463), 2013-2014.

6. Feng Chia University Grant (12G27187), 2012-2013.

7. NSC Grant (NSC100-2410-H-035-031), 2011/08/01-2012/07/31.

8. NSC Grant (NSC99-2410-H-035-016), 2010/08/01-2011/07/31.

9. NSC Grant (NSC98-2410-H-035-040), 2009/08/01-2010/07/31.

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