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Conference Information Organizers: International Cooperation and Development Fund, Taiwan Thinktank Date: Saturday, July 1, 2006 Venue: The Grand Hotel, Taipei Language: English (Simultaneous interpretation available in Chinese) Program 08:45-09:15 Registration 09:15-09:45 Opening Addresses 09:45-10:30 Keynote Speech: Trends of International Development and Cooperation Speaker: Motoo Kusakabe, Senior Counselor to the President, European Bank of Reconstruction and Development Chair: Cheng-chung Chen, Secretary General, TaiwanICDF 10:30-10:50 Tea Break 10:50-12:20 Session I: Experiences and Prospects of International Development Agencies Chair: Rong-i Wu, Former Vice Premier, Taiwan Presenters: Cheng-chung Chen, Secretary General, TaiwanICDF The Case of Taiwan Craig Hawke, Deputy Executive Director and Director of Pacific Group, NZAID, New Zealand The Case of the NZAID Naonobu Minato, Acting Director, International Development Research Institute, Japan Experiences and Prospects of Japan’s ODA Er-cheng Hwa, Chair and Professor, Department of Economics, Shih Hsin University, Taiwan World Bank’s International Development Experiences 12:20-13:45 Luncheon 13:45-15:15 Session II: International Cooperation and Development in Taiwan Chair: Jiann-jong Guo, CEO, Taiwan Thinktank Presenters: Jacques Sawadogo, Ambassador, Burkina Faso Experience Sharing on the International Cooperation between Taiwan and Burkina Faso Ping-cheung Loh, Former Senior Advisor to the Vice President, World Bank World Bank’s Aid to Taiwan During the 60s and 70s Deng-ker Lee, Professor, College of International Affairs, National Chengchi University, Taiwan A Case Study of the International Cooperation between Taiwan and Saudi Arabia Pai-po Lee, Assistant Secretary General, TaiwanICDF The History and Change of Taiwan’s International Cooperation and Development 15:15-15:30 Tea Break 15:30-17:00 Session III: Reviews of Foreign Assistance Bills Chair: Li-chung Shao, Deputy Secretary General, TaiwanICDF Presenters: Erh-huang Tsai, Ambassador, Research and Policy Committee, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Taiwan The Drafting of Taiwan’s International Cooperation Development Law Teh-chang Lin, Professor and Director, Institute of Mainland China Studies, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan Taiwan's Foreign Aid Policy in Transition Chih-cheng Lo, Associate Professor, Political Science Department, Soochow University, Taiwan The Drafting of Taiwan’s International Cooperation Development Law Jean-Claude Poimbœuf, Directeur, Institut Français de Taipei, France Cross-National Comparison Ishihara Tadahiro, PhD., Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies, National Chengchi University, Taiwan Cross-National Comparison Speakers’ Profile MR. CHENG-CHUNG CHEN Secretary General, TaiwanICDF OFFICE ADDRESS: 12~15 FL. NO.9, LANE 62, TIEN-MOU WEST ROAD, TAIPEI 11157, TAIWAN E-MAIL: dickens@icdf.org.tw EDUCATION: ‧Joint Degree Program in Technology Management, Freeman School of Business, Tulane University ‧Business Administration Executive Program, College of Commerce, National Cheng Chi University ‧MBA, College of Commerce, National Cheng Chi University ‧LL.B, Department of Law, National Chung Hsing University CAREER: Working Experience ‧Secretary General, TaiwanICDF ‧President, ITEK Technology Investment Company Limited ‧President, Shine Fruit Organic Tech Limited ‧President, Shine Food Corporation ‧President, ITEK Technology Corporation ‧Director, Department of Investments, China Trust Group Additional Information ‧WTO Consultant, Commission of Agriculture, Executive Yuan ‧President, Association of Taiwan Fruit Importers ‧President, Association of Four Season Shan Shui ‧President, The Rotary Club (Ming-Te Branch) ‧President, Taipei Junior Chamber ‧President, Taiwan Federation of Industry and Commerce ‧IG Coach, Junior Chamber International ‧Director General, Tainan County Society in Taipei ‧CEO, Military Recruit Auxiliary Support Group ‧Deputy Director General, Taipei County Election Commission PROFESSOR JIANN-JONG GUO CEO, Taiwan Thinktank Associate Professor and Chair of Graduate Institute of China Studies, Tamkang University OFFICE ADDRESS: 8th Fl., No.9 Aiguo W. Rd., Taipei 100, Taiwan E-MAIL: jjguo@taiwanthinktank.org EDUCATION: ‧Diploma in Philosophy, York University, U.K. 1982. ‧M.A. in Political and Social Science, Essex University, U.K.1983. ‧Ph.D. in Political Economy, Sussex University, U.K. 1989. CAREER: ‧Research assistant for three research projects on China with Professor Gorden White at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), University of Sussex, U.K., 1986-1987. ‧Research assistant officer for I.D.S., University of Sussex, May 1989 to Dec., 1990. ‧Associate professor at National Taiwan University, since 1990-. ‧Coordinator for both International Affairs Department and National Economic & Financial Affairs Department at the Institute of National Policy Research, Taipei, 1991-1992. ‧Executive Secretary for the Mainland China Forum, Taiwan Thinktank, 2002. CURRENT OCCUPATION: ‧Director & Associate Professor, Institute of China Studies, Tamkang University. ‧Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of National Development, National Taiwan University (part-time). ‧Executive Secretary for the WTO Forum, Taiwan Thinktank. ‧Member of the Committee Board for The Taiwan Business Bank. ‧Director of Executive Committee, Taiwan Thinktank. RESEARCH INTERESTS: ‧Political economy, China’s study, and regional study MR. CRAIG HAWKE Deputy Executive Director and Director of Pacific Group, New Zealand Agency for International Development OFFICE ADDRESS: 19-801 LAMBTON QUAY, WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND E-MAIL: CRAIG.HAWKE@NZAID.GOVT.NZ EDUCATION: ‧1984-1987 Bachelor of Social Sciences (B.Soc.Sc) In Politics and Economics (Trade/Development) ‧1987-1988 Master of Social Sciences (M.Soc.Sc) First Class Honors in Economics CAREER: ‧1988 Intern, The Treasury ‧1989 Joined Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFAT) ‧1989-1990 Policy Officer and Cook Islands Program Manager, Development Cooperation Division, MFAT ‧1991 Third Secretary to Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), Canberra, Australia ‧1992 Policy Officer, Environment Division, MFAT ‧1993-1996 Second then First Secretary, New Zealand Embassy, Seoul, Republic of Korea-responsible for trade/market access issues ‧1996-1998 Private Secretary to Minister for International Trade, Dr the Hon Lockwood Smith, Parliament Buildings-trade advisor to Minister & liaison between Minister and Ministry ‧1998-2001 Deputy High Commissioner, New Zealand High Commission, Apia, Samoa-responsible for political, economic, trade, defense issues ‧2001-2002 Deputy Director, Asia, Africa, Latin America, Development Cooperation Division, MFAT ‧Since 2002 Deputy Executive Director, and Director Pacific Group, New Zealand Agency for International Development (NZAID), MFAT-62 staff, $NZ178m budget DR. ER-CHENG HWA Chairman of Economics Department, School of Management, Shih Hsin University OFFICE ADDRESS: #1 Lane17 Sec.1, Mu-Cha Rd., Taipei, Taiwan E-MAIL: hwaec@yahoo.com EDUCATION: ‧Doctorate degree in Economics from Cornell University in 1975 ‧B.A. from National Taiwan University in 1967 CAREER: ‧Chairman of Economics Department, Shih Hsin University ‧2004-2005 Senior Advisor, Polaris Research Institute ‧2001-2002 President, Global Strategic Investment Management Inc.(Venture capital management) ‧1980-Nov. 2000, The World Bank .Washington, D.C., U.S.A. ‧July 1997-November 2000, Lead Economist Poverty Alleviation and Economic Management, East Asia and Pacific Region ‧1992-June, 1997, Chief of Economics Unit and Resident Senior Economist Resident Mission in China, Beijing, China ‧1988-1992, Principal Economist Country Operations Division, Latin American Country Department III ‧1987-1988 (on leave from The World Bank) Economic Advisor, The Industrial Bureau of the Ministry of Economics, Council of Economic Planning and Development; Visiting Specialist of National Tsinghua University, Taiwan ‧1980-1987, Principal Economist Country Analysis Division, Economic Analysis and Projections Department ‧1977-1981, Economist, Research Department, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. ‧1975-1977, Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research, SRI International, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. ‧1973-1975, Research Associate, Quantitative Center of Economics and Management, Cornell University DR. TADAHIRO ISHIHARA Interchange Association (Japan) Taipei Office, Research Fellow OFFICE ADDRESS: 6F, No.28, Cingcheng St., Songshan District, Taipei City 105, Taiwan E-MAIL: ishihara@mail.japan-taipei.org.tw EDUCATION: ‧Ph.D., Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies, National Chengchi University CAREER: ‧Interchange Association (Japan) Taipei Office, Research Fellow MR. MOTOO KUSAKABE Senior Counselor to the President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development OFFICE ADDRESS: One Exchange Square, London, EC2A 2JN, United Kingdom E-MAIL: kusakabm@ebrd.com BIOGRAPHY: Mr. Kusakabe is a senior counsellor to the President of EBRD advising on the quality control to enhance developmental impact of the EBRD projects. Recently he focuses on the new strategy of the EBRD to address information and communication technology development in transition countries. He used to work for the World Bank as the Vice President in charge of resource mobilization for the poor countries and global partnership programs. EDUCATION: ‧M.Phil in economics, Yale University ‧M.Sci in Mathematics, University of Tokyo ‧B.Sci in Mathematics, University of Tokyo CAREER: ‧Vice President, World Bank (1999-2003) ‧Deputy Commissioner, National Tax Administration, Japan ‧Deputy Director-General, Banking Bureau, Ministry of Finance ‧Director, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, EBRD ‧Director Financial Market Office, Banking Bureau ‧Chief Economist, Institute of Fiscal & Monetary Policies PUBLICATIONS: ‧Asian Economic Crisis in Retrospect (2002) ‧Risk Management for Financial Institutions (1996) PROFESSOR DENG-KER LEE College of International Affairs, National Chengchi University OFFICE ADDRESS: No. 64, Sec. 2, Zhi-nan Rd., Taipei 11605, Taiwan E-MAIL: dklee@nccu.edu.tw EDUCATION: ‧Ph.D., International Relations, University of Southern California, 1981 ‧M.A., Diplomacy and World Affairs, Occidental College, 1977 ‧LL.B., Diplomacy, National Chengchi University, 1973 CURRENT PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: ‧Professor, Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University ‧Director, Center for Strategy and International Security Studies, College of International Affairs, National Chengchi University ‧Member, Chinese Political Science Association ‧Member, The International Law Association of the R.O.C RECENT PUBLICATIONS: 1. Books ‧Author, Peiking’s Foreign Policy toward the Middle East in the Post-Cold War Era, Taipei: Chengchung Books, INC., 1995 (in Chinese). ‧Co-author, International Politics. Taipei: National Air University, 1996. ‧Co-author, The Postwar International Relations in Northeast Asia. Taipei: Asia-Pacific Research Program, Academia Sinica, 2002 2. Articles (more than 30 academic articles) ‧Lee, Deng-Ker, “Communist China‘s Foreign Policy Since June 4, 1989,” Issues & Studies, Vol. 26, No. 5, (May, 1990), pp. 83-99. ‧Lee, Deng-Ker, “An Analysis of Peking’s Assessment of the Changing World Environment,” Issues & Studies, Vol. 27, No. 11(November, 1991), pp. 44-56. ‧Lee. Deng-Ker, “A Study of the Triangular Relations Among Washington, Moscow & Peking Since 1949,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.42, No.10 (October, 1999), pp.45-68. DR. PAI-PO LEE ASSISTANT SECRETARY GENERAL, TaiwanICDF OFFICE ADDRESS: 12~15 FL. NO.9, LANE 62, TIEN-MOU WEST ROAD, TAIPEI 11157, TAIWAN E-MAIL: p.p.lee@icdf.org.tw EDUCATION: ‧Ph.D. in Agricultural Technology, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan ‧Executive Development Program, Kellogg Graduate School of Northwestern University CAREER: ‧Assistant Secretary General, TaiwanICDF (February 1999-) ‧Acting Assistant Secretary General, Director of TaiwanICDF (1998-99) ‧Deputy Director, TaiwanICDF (1997) ‧Division Chief, Committee of International Technical Cooperation (CITC, 1994-97)  Specialist, Senior Specialist, CITC(1987-94) ‧Associate Professor, Shih-Chien Home Economics and Commerce College (1987-91) ‧Lecturer, Private Chung-Hua Medical College, (1986-87) RECENT PUBLICATIONS: ‧Feasibility Study: Adjusting and Improving Taiwan's International Technical Cooperation Programs- Part I, African Region, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ROC, 1995 ‧Promoting and Enhancing International Agricultural Technical Cooperation- Issues and Implementation Adjustments, Committee of International Technical Cooperation, ROC, 1995 ‧Feasibility Study: Adjusting and Improving Taiwan's International Technical Cooperation, Part II, Asia-Pacific Region, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ROC, 1996 ‧Promoting and Enhancing International Technical Cooperation, Committee of International Technical Cooperation, ROC, 1997 DR. TEH-CHANG LIN Professor and Director, Institute of Mainland China Studies, Center for International NGO Studies, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan OFFICE ADDRESS: 70 Lien Hai Rd. Kaohsiung, Taiwan, ROC E-MAIL: tclin@mail.nsysu.edu.tw EDUCATION: ‧Ph.D., Department of Political Science, Northern Illinois University RECENT PUBLICATIONS: ‧Teh-chang Lin, Transforming state-Society Relations: The challenge, Dilemma and prospect of Civil Society in Taiwan. Johannesburg: CIVICUS, 2005. ‧Teh-chang Lin, A Comparative Study of the Foreign Aid Policies across the Taiwan Strait. Taipei: Chen-wen Publishers, 2002. ‧Teh-chang Lin, The Reform of State-owned Enterprises in Sichun and Guangdon: A New Interpretation on State-Society Relations in China. Taipei: Chen-wen Publishers, 2001. ‧Teh-chang Lin,"The Reform of State-owned Enterprises in Mainland China: A Societal Perspective," in Remaking the Chinese State: Strategies, Society and Security, ed., by Chien-min Chao and Bruce J. Dickson. London: Routledge, 2001, 157-168. ‧Teh-chang Lin, "Hong Kong and Its Intermediate Role in Cross-Strait Economic Relations," in Hong Kong in Transition, ed., Robert Ash, Peter Ferdinand, Brian Hook and Robin Porter. London: Macmillan, 2000, 79-91. ‧Teh-chang Lin, "The Donor versus the Recipient Approach: A Theoretical Exploration of Aid Distribution Patterns in Taipei and Beijing," Asian Perspective, vol. 24, no 2 (Summer 2000): 153-171. ‧Teh-chang Lin, "State versus Market: Taiwan's Trade and Investment Policies in Mainland China and Southeast Asia," 中山人文社會科學期刊,Vol. 7, no 1(September 1999): 213- 236. ‧Teh-chang Lin, March 1998, "An Analysis of Taiwan’s Investment in Guangdong," Issues & Studies, vol. 34, no 3 (March 1998): 71-87. ‧Teh-chang Lin, "Hopes and Obstacles in the Reopening of Cross-Strait Negotiations," China News Analysis, no 1612 (June 1998):1-10. PROFESSOR CHIH-CHENG LO Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Soo Chow University OFFICE ADDRESS: 70, Linhsi Rd., Shihlin, Taipei, Taiwan E-MAIL: lo@scu.edu.tw EDUCATION: ‧Ph.D., Department of Political Science, UCLA, 1995 CAREER: ‧Member of the executive committee, Taiwan Thinktank (2006.4-) ‧Board member of International Cooperation and Development Fund (2002. 7-2008.6) ‧Executive director at the Institute for National Policy Research (2002.2-2005.4) ‧Host of CTS’s Global Newsweek TV program and was the anchor and commentator at Public Television Service’s World News Tonight. (2003.2-2004.5) ‧Chairman of the Research and Planning Board at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (2000.5-2002.2) ‧Secretary-General of the Taiwanese Political Science Association (1997-98) RESEARCH INTERESTS: ‧East Asian security ‧Cross-Strait relations ‧U.S. foreign policy RECENT PUBLICATIONS: ‧"New Leadership Team, New Approaches to Taiwan?" in Tun-Jen Cheng et al., eds., China Under Hu Jintao (Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co., 2005) ‧The New Leadership: Challenges and Opportunities after the 16th Party Congress (co-eds with Yun-han Chu & Ramon Myers, Cambridge University Press, 2004) ‧“Bush Doctrine and the Iraqi War” (Taiwan Defense Affairs, 2003) ‧“Taiwan” in Arms Procurement Decision Making, II (Oxford University Press, 2001) MR. PING-CHEUNG LOH (Retired)Former Senior Advisor to the Regional Vice President, Latin America and Caribbean Region, World Bank OFFICE ADDRESS: 12~15 FL. NO.9, LANE 62, TIEN-MOU WEST ROAD, TAIPEI 11157, TAIWAN E-MAIL: pingloh@aol.com BIOGRAPHY: Mr. Ping-Cheung Loh was born in 1937. He was educated at the National Taiwan University and obtained graduate degrees in law at Columbia and Yale Law Schools. He also attended Harvard Business School and was a mid-career fellow at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University. CAREER: ‧Intern at the Legal Department of the United Nations; visiting lecturer at Yale Law School(before 1964) ‧Joined the World Bank and worked in the Legal Department as an attorney(1964-1973) ‧Chief of the Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania Division (1973-1978) ‧Deputy Director of the Resident Staff in Indonesia(1978-1981) ‧Assistant Director in the Eastern and Southern Africa Projects Department(1981) ‧Director, Water Supply and Urban Development Department(1981) ‧ Country Director for Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela and the Caribbean countries(1981)  Director for Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay and Uruguay (1981-1991) ‧ Senior Advisor to the Regional Vice President, Latin America and Caribbean Region(1991-1995) ‧ Secretary General of the International Cooperation and Development Fund, Republic of China and also a member of the Taipei Bar Association(July 1996-June 2001) MR. NAONOBU MINATO Acting Director, International Development Research Institute, FASID, Japan OFFICE ADDRESS: 1-6-17, KUDAN-MINAMI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN E-MAIL: minato@fasid.or.jp EDUCATION: ‧1991, International University of Japan, M.A. in International Relations, ‧1975, Keio University, B.A. in Economics CAREER: ‧Since2002, Acting Director, International Development Research Institute, FASID ‧1992-2002, Deputy Director/Senior Researcher, FASID ‧1975-1989, Dai-ichi Kangyo Bank., Ltd. (International Business, Foreign Exchange) RECENT PUBLICATIONS: ‧LEAD, a new evaluation method for program and policy levels、IDEAS web site, 2005 ‧Recent Developments in Aid Evaluation [New Approaches to Development and Changing Sector Issues], FASID, 2005 ‧Japanese ODA to China and Indonesia in the Context of FDI: A Comparative Multi-Sectoral Approach, The Journal of Econometric Study of Northeast Asia, Vol.4, No.2, 2003 ‧International Development Assistance: Evolution and Prospects, with specific reference to the World Bank and Japan, FASID, 2003. ‧Kokusai Kaihatsu Douko Report (International Development Trend Report: 7 th GDN conference) FASID web, 2006 ‧Touhoku Asia no Chouki Keizai Tenbo (Long-Term Prospects of Economies in North-East Asia: Alternative Scenario), NIRA, 2006 ‧Senshinkoku Gaimushou ni okeru Gaikouseisaku no Hyoka Shuhou ni tsuiteno Chousa Bunsek (Survey of Evaluation for Foreign Policy in Developed Countries), FASID web site, 2006 MR. JEAN-CLAUDE POIMBOEUF Director, The French Institute in Taipei OFFICE ADDRESS: Rm. 1003, 10F, 205 Tunhwa N. Rd., Taipei, Taiwan, 105 WEBSITE: www.fi-taipei.org DATE OF BIRTH: July 30, 1959 FAMILY: Married, two children EDUCATION: ‧Bachelor’s degree in Chinese ‧Degree in Political Science, Institute of Political Studies (Paris) CAREER: ‧Asia and Oceania Department, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1983-1986) ‧First Secretary, French Embassy in Beijing (1986-1989) ‧First Secretary, French Embassy in Bangkok (1989-1990) ‧First Secretary, French Embassy in Tokyo (1990-1994) ‧Bureau for Cultural, Scientific and Technical Cooperation, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1994-1995) ‧Presidential Office, French Presidency of the G7 (1996) ‧Consul General, Consulate-General of France in Sydney (1997-2000) ‧Director, Southeast Asia Division, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2000-2002) ‧General Secretary, The G8 Summit, Evian (2002-2003) ‧Inspection Office, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2003-2005) ‧Director, The French Institute in Taipei (Sept. 2005- ) AMBASSADOR JACQUES SAWADOGO Embassy of Burkina Faso OFFICE ADDRESS: 6F, 9-1, Lane 62, Tienmu W. Rd., Taipei, Taiwan, 111 E-MAIL: abftap94@ms17.hinet.net EDUCATION: ‧1975-Licence de Mathématiques, Université d’Abidjan ‧1976-Maîtrise de Mathématiques, Université Claude Bernard de Lyon(FRANCE) ‧1978-3ème Cycle de Mathématiques, Université Paris VI(FRANCE) ‧1979-Ingènieur statisticien-Economiste, Ecole Nationale de la Statistique de l’Administration, Economique (ENSAE) Paris-FRANCE CAREER: ‧1979-1982, Chef de service au Department des Etudes de la Compagnie Nationale des Postes et Télécommunications ‧1980-1982, Prfesseur vacataire de Mathématiques à l’Université de OUAGADOUGOU ‧1982-1986, Directeur de Cabinet du Ministre du Plan et de la Coopération ‧1986-1992, Directeur Général de la Compagnie Nationale des Télécommunications du Burkina Faso ‧1992-1994, Ministre du Plan et du Développment Economique ‧Juillet 1994, Ambassadeur du Burkina Faso auprès de la République de Chine MR. LI-CHUNG SHAO DEPUTY SECRETARY GENERAL, TaiwanICDF OFFICE ADDRESS: 12~15 FL. NO.9, LANE 62, TIEN-MOU WEST ROAD, TAIPEI 11157, TAIWAN E-MAIL: l.c.shao@icdf.org.tw EDUCATION: ‧B.A., Double Majors in Mass Communication / Economics, York University, Canada ‧B.S., Electronic Engineering, National Taipei Institute of Technology CAREER: Experience ‧Director, Department of Public Affairs and the Department of Administration, The Ketagalan Institute ‧Chief-of-Staff, Office of the Secretary General to President Chen ‧Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Taiwan News (a daily English language newspaper in Taiwan) ‧Director, The Youth Department of Chen Shui-bian's 1998 Mayoral Campaign Headquarters ‧Secretary General, The 228 Memorial Museum in Taipei ‧Secretary and Spokesman, The Deputy Mayor's Office, Taipei City Government Press Officer, World United Formosans for Independence ‧Reporter, The Capital Morning Post Additional Information ‧Spokesman, Taiwan Advocates ‧Founding Member, The North Society ‧President, Taipei Progress Youth Alliance ‧The 5th President, Mainlanders' for the Promotion of Taiwan Independence ‧Executive Secretary, Taiwanese Student Association at York University ‧Founding Editor-in-Chief, NTIT News, National Taipei Institute of Technology ‧President, Youth Writing Association, National Taipei Institute of Technology ‧Editor-in-Chief, Literal Periodical Han Mou, National Taipei Institute of Technology AMBASSADOR ERH-HUANG TSAI Research and Policy Committee, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Taiwan OFFICE ADDRESS: 2 Kaitakelan Blvd,Taipei E-MAIL: ehtsai@mofa.gov.tw EDUCATION: ‧Graduated from Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, in 1968 CAREER: ‧Join the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ROC, since 1969 DR. RONG-I WU Former Vice Premier, Taiwan OFFICE ADDRESS: No. 122, Sec. 1, Chung-King S. Road, Taipei, Taiwan E-MAIL: riwu@mail.oop.gov.tw EDUCATION: ‧National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan: B.A. in Economics, 1962 ‧National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan: M.A. in Economics, 1966 ‧Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain, Belgium: Maitre en Sciences Economiques, 1970 ‧Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain, Belgium: Docteur en Sciences Economiques, 1971 ‧Fulbright Visiting Scholar to Yale University, 1981 CAREER: ‧Chairman, Taiwan-Russia Association ‧Senior Advisor to the President, Taiwan ‧Vice Premier, the Executive Yuan ‧President, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research, Taipei, Taiwan ‧Member of the National Policy Advisors to the President, the Office of the President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) ‧Member of the Economic Advisory Group to the President, the Office of the President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) ‧Professor, Institute of Economics, National Taipei University, Taipei, Taiwan ‧Vice Chairman and Secretary-General, Industrial Development Advisory Council, Ministry of Economic Affairs ‧Professor and Director, Institute of Economics, National Chung Hsing University, Taipei, Taiwan ‧Associate Professor, Professor, Acting Chairman, Chairman, Department of Economics, National Chung Hsing University, Taipei, Taiwan ‧Commissioner, International Trade Commission, Ministry of Economic Affairs ‧Fulbright Visiting Scholar, Economic Growth Center, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A
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