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In order to enhance students' learning outcome and improve their research capabilities, the International Master's Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) held Research Foundation Workshop on the 10th of December, inviting course teachers Dr. Shi-Shu Peng from Department of Public Finance, Dr. Yu-Hsuan Su from Graduate Institute of Development Studies, and Dr. Tzu-Ting Yang, a co-employed teacher from the Institute of Economics of the Academia Sinica, giving lectures on Applied Macroeconomics, Applied Microeconomics, and Causal Inference and Data Science in Economics respectively. The workshop was hosted by Dr.

This workshop is specifically hold for IMES students to give a brief intro about the required courses and also about data sciences which is essential to conduct a research in economics field. Other students are also welcome to join this workshop. The topic covered will be Applied Macroeconomics and Microeconomics, Causal Inference and Data Sciences in Economics. Please click this link to register: Date: Thursday, December, 10th Time: 12pm-1pm Venue: General Building, North wing, 12F, Room 271203

Under the pneumonia epidemic, in order to deeply care about the life and study of students, the International Master's Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) of the CSS held a teacher-student gathering on November 11th in English Corner. Dean of the Social Sciences College Dr. Min-Hsiu Chiang, Associate Dean Dr. Jen-Te Pai and Dr. Tong-Yi Huang, and teacher from the Department of Economics Dr. Po-Chun Huang all took the time to attend. The event was hosted by the director of IMES Dr. Mei-Chuan Wei. Dean Chiang specially came to

On 22 November, the Graduate Institution of National Development and IMES co-hosted academic lectures and invited Nebojša Vladisavljević, associate professor of Political Science, University of Belgrade, Serbia. The seminar attracted many teachers and students, including Taiwan Fellows of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, who are currently conducting research visits to the Department of Foreign Affairs of our university. Nibojša Vladislavjević received a Ph.D. in Comparative Political Studies from the Department of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science and has just resigned from his post-communist post as