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PERSONAL INFORMATION

 
Title

Professor

Name

Sun, Chia-Hung

Phone
886-5-2720411 ext. 34122
Email
Homepage
Courses
Principle of Economics (Ⅰ), Principle of Economics (Ⅱ), Application of Microeconomics, Development Economics (Ⅱ)
 
 
EDUCATION BACKGROUND
 

Institution

Country

Major

Degree

Period

   
 

Chung Yuan Christian University

R.O.C.

Department of Electronic Engineering

B.A.

1989/09-1993/06

   
 

National Central University

R.O.C.

Graduate Institution of Industrial Economics

M.A.

1993/09-1995/06

   
 

Australian National University

Australia

Economics

Ph.D

1999/03-2003/01

   

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 
 Organization
 Department
 Title
Time
National Central University
Graduate Institution of Industrial Economics
Research Assistant
1994/01 - 1994/12
Australian National University
Economics
Research Assistant
2000/10 - 2001/03
Australian National University
Economics
Teaching Assistant
2001/03 - 2002/11
National Chung Cheng University
Economics
Assistant Professor
2003/02 - 2006/07
National Chung Cheng University
Economics
Associate Professor
2006/08 - 2010/07

 

FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
 

Applied Econometrics

Development Economics
 

 
INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS
 

A. Publications

  1. Shiu, Ji-Liang and Chia-Hung Sun (2014) “The Determinants of Price in Online Auctions: More Evidence from Unbalanced Panel Data” Journal of Applied Statistics, 41(2), 382-392.
  2. Kang E. Liu, J.-L. Shiu, and C.-H. Sun (2013) “How Different Are Consumers in Internet Auction Markets? Evidence from Japan and Taiwan”, Japan and World Economy, 28 (Dec), 1-12.
  3. Sun, C.-H. (2010) “The Impact of Auction Characteristics on Prices of Agricultural Products Traded Online: Evidence from Cherries,” Agricultural Economics, 41(6), 587–594.
  4. Sun, C.-H. and Kang E. Liu (2010) “Information Asymmetry and Small Business in Online Auction Market,” Small Business Economics, 34(4), 433-444.
  5. Chiu, Yi-Bin, Chien-Chiang Lee and C.-H. Sun (2010) “The U.S. Trade Imbalance and Real Exchange Rate: An Application of the Heterogeneous Panel Cointegration Method” Economic Modelling, 27(3), 705-716.
  6. Sun, C.-H. and Yi-Bin Chiu (2010) “Taiwan’s Trade Imbalance and Exchange Rate Revisited” Applied Economics, 42(7), 917-922.
  7. Lee, Chien-Chiang, Yi-Bin Chiu and C.-H. Sun (2010) “The Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis for Water Pollution: Do Regions Matter?” Energy Policy, 38 (1), 12-23.
  8. Lee, Chien-Chiang, Yi-Bin Chiu and C.-H. Sun (2009) “Does One Size Fit All? A Re-Examination of the Environmental Kuznets Curve Using the Dynamic Panel Data Approach” Review of Agricultural Economics, 31(4), 751-778.
  9. Chiu, Yi-Bin and C.-H. Sun (2009) “Economic Interdependence and Bilateral Trade Imbalance across the Taiwan Strait” Journal of Economic Studies, 36(4), 411-432.
  10. Sun, C.-H. (2008) “Asymmetric Information and Returns to Reputation in Online Auctions” Manchester School, 76(3), 336-348.
  11. Sun, C.-H. (2007) “The Conundrum of Economic Miracle: Manufacturing Growth without TFP Growth” Journal of Developing Areas, 40(2), 157-172.
  12. Sun, C.-H. (2007) “Economic Integration, Efficiency Change and Technological Progress” Applied Economics, 39(5), 653-662.
  13. Sun, C.-H. (2006) “Imperfect Competition, Economic Miracle and Manufacturing Productivity Growth: Empirical Evidence from Taiwan” Atlantic Economic Journal, 34(3), 341-359.
  14. Sun, C.-H. and Kaliappa Kalirajan (2005) “Gauging the Sources of Growth of High-tech and Low-tech Industries: The Case of Korean Manufacturing” Australian Economic Papers, 44(2), 184-199.
  15. Sun, C.-H. (2005) “Productivity Growth in the East Asian Manufacturing: A Fading Miracle or Measurement Problem?” Journal of International Development, 17(1), 1-19.
  16. Sun, C.-H. (2004) “Decomposing Productivity Growth in Taiwan's Manufacturing, 1981–1999” Journal of Asian Economics, 15(4), 759-776.
  17. Sun, C.-H. (2004) “Market Imperfection and Productivity Growth – Alternative Estimates for Taiwan” Journal of Productivity Analysis, 22(1), 5-27.




 

 


 
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