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Title
Associate Professor
Name
Shu-Yi Liao ( 廖述誼 )
Classification
Full-time
Academic Background
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A
Specialty
Computable General Equilibrium Modeling, Input - Output Analysis, Dynamic Programming, Application of Econometrics Model
E-Mail
sliao@nchu.edu.tw
Tel
886-4-22840349 ext 208、238
 
 
Journal Publications:
  1. M.-L. Huang., S.-Y. Liao., K.-C. Lin.2015. "Augmented Half-Life Estimation Based on High-Frequency Data," Journal of Forecasting 34:523-532 (SSCI) (DOI: 10.1002/for.2342)
  2. W.-Y. Hwang., S.-Y. Liao., M.-L. Huang.2013. "Real Option, Human Capital Investment Returns and Higher Educational Policy," Economic Modelling 31: 447-452 (SSCI)
  3. N. Ueasin., S.-Y. Liao., A. Wongchai.2015. "The Technical Efficiency of Rice Husk Power Generation in Thailand: Comparing Data Envelopment Analysis and Stochastic Frontier Analysis," Energy Procedia 75: 2757-2763 (Scopus)
  4. N. Ueasin., P. Phasuk., S.-Y. Liao., R. Dokmaithes. 2011. "Biomass Electricity Production in Northeast Thailand: Sustainable Development of Rice Husk Power Plants," International Conference on Green Energy and Environmental Sustainable Development (EI)
  5. S.-Y. Liao., N. Ueasin. 2011. "Renewable Energy Development in Thailand: A Case Study on Biomass and Biogas Power Generation," International Conference on Power and Energy Systems (EI)
  6. Liao, S.-Y., M.-L. Huang, L.-H. Wang. 2011. "Mean-Reverting Behavior of Consumption-Income Ratio in OECD Countries: Evidence from SURADF Panel Unit Root Tests," Economics Bulletin (Econ Lit)
  7. Rose, A., S.-Y. Liao, and A. Bonneau. 2010. "Regional Economic Impacts of a Verdugo Scenario Earthquake Disruption of Los Angeles Water Supplies: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis," Earthquake Spectra (SCI) (forthcoming)
  8. Liao, S.-Y., Y.-Y., Lin, and W.-C. Tseng. 2010. "A Random Rationing Mechanism Which Reduces the Risks of No Son Left at Home," Defence and Peace Economics (SSCI) (DOI: 10.1080/10242694.2010.491686)
  9. Liao, S.-Y., C.-C. Chen, and S.-H. Hsu. 2010. "Estimating the Value of El Nino Southern Oscillation Information in a Regional Water Market with Implications for Water Management," Journal of Hydrology 394: 347-356. (SCI)
  10. Liao, S.-Y., W.-C. Tseng, P.-Y. Chen, C.-C. Chen, and W.-M. Wu. 2010."Estimating the Economic Impact of Climate Change on Cardiovascular Diseases—Evidence from Taiwan, " International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 7: 4250-4266. (SCI) (DOI: 10.3390/ijerph7124250)
  11. Liao, S.-Y., W.-C. Tseng, and C.-C. Chen. 2010. "Eliciting public preference for nuclear energy against the backdrop of global warming," Energy Policy 38: 7054-7069. (SSCI)
  12. Liao, S.-Y. and A. Rose. 2009. "Assessing the Impacts of Carbon Emission Reduction Policy on the Mid-Atlantic Regional Economy: A Dynamic General Equilibrium Analysis," in A. Rose (ed.), The Economics of Climate Change Policy, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Company.
  13. Rose, A., G. Oladosu, and S.-Y. Liao. 2007. "Business Interruption Impacts of a Terrorist Attack on the Electric Power System of Los Angeles: Customer Resilience to a Total Blackout," Risk Analysis 27(3): 513-531. (SCI)
  14. Rose, A., G. Oladosu, and S.-Y. Liao. 2006. "Regional Economic Impacts of a Terrorist Attack on the Water System of Los Angeles: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis," in H. Richardson, P. Gordon, and J. Moore (eds.), The Economic Costs and Consequences of Terrorism, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Company.
  15. Rose A., and S.-Y. Liao. 2005. "Modeling Regional Economic Resiliency to Earthquakes: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis of Water Service Disruptions," Journal of Regional Science 45: 75-112. (SSCI)
 
Participation in Government Projects:
  1. 2004–2009 Rose, A., G. Oladosu, and S.-Y. Liao. Analyzing Threats to the Economy Through Computable General Equilibrium Analysis < Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE), US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), USA >
 
 
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