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PERSONAL INFORMATION

 
Title

Associate Professor

Name

Hsu, Yu-Shan

Phone
886-5-2720411 ext. 34127
Email
Homepage
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Courses
Money and Banking, Public Finance, Macroeconomic Theory(Ⅰ), Topics in Monetary Theory (Ⅱ)
 

 
EDUCATION BACKGROUND
 

Institution

Country

Major

Degree

Period

 
 

National Taiwan University

R.O.C.

Chinese Literature

B.A.

2001/06

 
 

National Taiwan University

R.O.C.

Economics

Ph. D.

2009/06

 
1 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 

Organization

Department

Title

Time

   
  National Chung Cheng University Economics Associate Professor 2015/08~    

National Chung Cheng University

Economics

Assistant Professor

2009/08~2015/07

   
 
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
 

Economic Growth, Dynamic Economics

 

 
INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS
 

A. Publications

     
  1. 許毓珊、劉冠廷 (2019) 政府預算規則與稅制之總體經濟效果, 財稅研究 48, pp.29-42.
  2. Chen, Been-Lon and Yu-Shan Hsu, (2018), "Progressive Taxation and Macroeconomic Stability in Two-sector Models with Social Constant Returns", Journal of Economics 125, pp.51-68.(SSCI)
  3. Chen, Been-Lon, Yu-Shan Hsu and Kazuo Mino, (2015) "Welfare Implications and Equilibrium Indeterminacy in a Two-sector Growth Model with Consumption Externalities", Macroeconomic Dynamics, Vol.19(3),pp.535-577.(SSCI)
  4. Chen, Been-Lon, Yu-Shan Hsu and Kazuo Mino, (2013) “Can Consumption Habit Spillovers Be A Source of Equilibrium Indeterminacy?”, Journal of Economics, Vol.109(3), pp.245-269.(SSCI)
  5. Chen, Been-Lon, Yu-Shan Hsu and Chia-Hui Lu, (2011) "Friedman Meets Becker and Mulligan in The Monetary Neoclassical Growth Model", Journal of Economics, Vol.104(2), pp.99-126.(SSCI)
  6. Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Yu-Shan Hsu,(2010) “A One-sector Growth Model with Consumption Standard: Indeterminate or Determinate?” Japanese Economic Review, Vol 61(1) ,pp.85-96.(SSCI)
  7. Chen, Been-Lon and Yu-Shan Hsu, (2009)“Is admiration a source of indeterminacy when the speed of habit formation is finite?”,Economics Bulletin, Vol. 29(4) pp.3041-3049. (E-JEL, EconList, IDEAS)

B. Conference Papers

  1. Ho, Chih-Chin, Yu-Shan Hsu and Ching-Shin Mao (2009) "Fiscal Discipline in the Recovery from a Global Financial Crisis." 謝森中先生紀念學術研討會,中華經濟研究院主辦,台灣,台北,2009年7月9-10日。
 

 


 
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