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PERSONAL INFORMATION

 
Title

Project Assistant Professor

Name

Chu, Shiou-Yen

Phone
886-5-2720411 ext. 34168
Email
Homepage
Courses
Principle of Economics (I), Principle of Economics (II), Money and Banking, Macroeconomic Theory (I), Topics in Monetary Theory (I)
 

EDUCATION BACKGROUND
 

Institution

Country

Major

Degree

Period

 
 

University of Missouri-Columbia

USA

Economics

PhD

2005/08-2009/12

 
 
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 

Organization

Department

Title

Time

 
 

Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Department of Social Sciences

Assistant Professor

1985- 1988

 
 

國家政策研究基金會

財政金融組

助理研究員

2003/08-2004/08

 
 
 
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
 
Macroeconomics

Monetary Theory

International Finance
Public Finance    
 

 
INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS
 

A. Publications

  1. Shiou-Yen Chu and Christopher Shane, 2017. Using the Hybrid Phillips Curve with Memory to Forecast U.S. Inflation. Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics, DOI: 10.1515/snde-2016-0088.
  2. Shiou-Yen Chu, 2017. Teaching Strategies for English-Medium Instruction Economics Courses. International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 8, 141-155.
  3. Ho-Chyuan Chen, Shiou-Yen Chu and Che-Wei Wu, 2016. Does Mandatory IFRS Adoption Improve Accounting Quality? Evidence from Taiwan. Advances in Financial Planning and Forecasting, 7, 115-137.
  4. Shiou-Yen Chu, 2015. Funding Liquidity Constraints and the Forward Premium Anomaly in a DSGE Model, International Review of Economics and Finance, 39, 76- 89.
  5. Shiou-Yen Chu, 2014. An Assessment of Teaching Economics with The Simpsons, International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 5(2), 180-196.
  6. Ming-Hung Yao and Shiou-Yen Chu, 2014. Testing Optimal Seigniorage Theory in Taiwan 1965-2012, International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance, 5(3), 259- 262.
  7. Shiou-Yen Chu, 2013. Credit Frictions and Consumption Dynamics in an Open Economy, International Review of Economics and Finance, 27, 250–260.
  8. Shiou-Yen Chu, 2011. Output-Inflation Trade-off: A New Keynesian Approach. The Empirical Economics Letters, 10(4), 309-316.
  9. Chu-Wei Tseng and Shiou-Yen Chu, 2004. The Application of Alternative Minimum Tax in Taiwan. Public Finance Research, 36, 14-33.
 

 


 
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