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Introduction of The Economic Law Research Center

In recent years, the Taiwanese government has been working actively to promote economic liberalization and regional economic integration, and to bring Taiwan's economic legal and regulatory framework in line with international norms. The analysis of potential areas for legal and regulatory revision and adjustment is becoming ever more important. Research on related policy is vital to build the economic legal and regulatory environment needed to strengthen Taiwan's national competitiveness.

As Taiwan's leading economic policy think-tank, CIER has built up significant research capabilities in the area of economic law. CIER's research teams have participated frequently in projects relating to economic legal and regulatory reform and related policy analysis, and have achieved impressive results.

In order to enable CIER's researchers to continue leveraging their specialist expertise, and to further strengthen CIER's capabilities in the area of economic law research, in 2015 CIER established the Economic Law Research Center to coordinate CIER's expertise in related research fields, and maximize the benefits of human resources integration.

(1) Research on Taiwan's economic and trade policy and legal and regulatory needs.

(2) Evaluation of the impact of Taiwan's involvement in foreign trade negotiations and related legal and regulatory adjustment planning.

(3) Comparative analysis of international developments in the field of economic and trade law.

(4) Analysis of the relationship between investment policy, barriers to investment, and the legal and regulatory environment.

(5) Research on the operation of international trade organizations and systems.

Name Position Education Research Field
Lee, Roy Chun Associate Research Fellow,Director  PhD in Public Policy, Australian National University, Australia
Trade in Services
Regional integration
Communications Convergence
Regulatory and Competition Policy
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Yen, Huai-Shing Associate Research Fellow,Deputy Director S.J.D, University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A
International Trade Law
International Taxation
Trade Remedy System
International Investment Law
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Chen, Meng-Chun Assistant Research Fellow Master of Law, Soochow University
International Trade Law
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Wang, Yu-Shung Analyst Master of Law, Soochow University
International Trade Law
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