Assistant Professor of Economics, National Taiwan University


Ph.D. in Economics, Duke University

M.A. in Economics, Duke University

B.B.A. in Finance, National Taiwan University

Fields of Interest

Industrial organization, applied econometrics, health economics, pricing strategy

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Curriculum Vitae

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Published Papers

Does Medicare Reimbursement Drive Up Drug Launch Prices? (with David Ridley), The Review of Economics and Statistics, 102.5 (2020): 980-993.

Pricing Strategy and Moral Hazard: Copay Coupons in Pharmaceuticals, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 70 (2020): 102611.

Brand Loyalty and Learning in Pharmaceutical Demand, Academia Economic Papers, 44.3 (2016): 333.

Working Papers

Do Patients Benefit from Price Transparency in Healthcare? Evidence from Medical Implants in Taiwan

Research in Progress

Competition and Newspaper Ideology: Evidence from Taiwan (with Chun-Fang Chiang and David Jinkins)

You Are What You Choose: Predicting Online Purchasing Behavior Using Clickstream Data (with Ming-Jen Lin and Ching-Lun Su)

Complementarity of Experience Goods: Movie Adaptations and Their Corresponding Books (with Pohan Fong)


Market and Strategy (Undergrad & Graduate)

Statistics (Undergrad)

Introductory Econometrics (Undergrad)

Empirical Study and Forecasting (Executive Master)