[Associate Professor] Chang-Ching Lin
  • Phone:56328
  • Email:ever@mail.ncku.edu.tw
  • Ph.D.in Economics,University of Michigan
  • Empirical Law and Economics,Applied Econometrics, Time Series and Panel Data Analysis.

Experience

(I) EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. in Economics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, June 2006.

    M.A. in Economics, National Taiwan University, June 1998.

    B.A. in Economics, National Taiwan University, June 1994.



(II) EXPERIENCE

2006/07-2015/01

Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, 2006.7-present

2007/09-2015/01

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, National Central University

2014/2-2014/7

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, National Taiwan University

Teaching record

-- Econometrics II (Master): 2015.2

-- Principles of Economics (Undergraduate): 2015.2

-- Econometrics II (Undergraduate): 2015.9

-- Law and Economics: 2015.9

Service

(1) Department of Economics, 

A. Mentor for Undergraduate Students  

B. Member of

Committee of Academic Resource Allocations

Committee of Curriculum

Committee of Library Resources and Equipment Management

Teacher Review Committee

(2) Graduate Institute of Political Economy, Member of 

Committee of Library Resources and Equipment Management 

(3) College of Social Science, Member of 

Committee of Curriculum 

Fund Raising Committee

Committee of International Affairs (國際交流小組委員)

Committee of Library Resources (? 圖書期刊審查小組委員)

Mentor for Student Teachers in Social Science (Center of Teacher Education at NCKU)

Publications


A. Selected Journal Articles:

(1) International Publications

1

Chen, Kong-Pin, Kuo-Chang Huang*, and Chang-Ching Lin (2015/03), “Party Capability versus Court Preference: Why do the ‘Haves’ Come Out Ahead?—An Empirical Lesson from the Taiwan Supreme Court,” Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, 31(1), p.93-126. doi: 10.1093/jleo/ewt022 (SSCI, 2014 IF: 1.205, ranking: 32.73%-Economics, 29.29%-Law; 5yr IF: 1.444, 37.24%-Economics , 26.43%-Law)

2

Huang, Kuo-Chang* and Chang-Ching Lin (2014/08), “Mock Jury Trials in Taiwan? Paving the Ground for Introducing Lay Participation,” Law and Human Behavior, 38(4), p.367-377. doi: 10.1037/lhb0000080 (SSCI, 2014 IF:2.020, 11.43%-Law, 27.42% Psychology, Social; 5yr IF:2.759, 5%-Law, 25.81% Psychology, Social)

3

Huang , Kuo-Chang*, Chang-Ching Lin and Kong-Pin Chen (2014/03), "Do Rich and Poor Behave Similarly in Seeking Legal Advice? Lessons from Taiwan in Comparative Perspective," Law & Society Review, 48(1), 193-223. (SSCI, 2014 IF: 1.200, ranking: 30.0%-Law, 28.87%-Sociology; 5yr IF: 1.669, 19.29%-Law,  26.05%-Sociology)

4

Huang, Kuo-Chang* and Chang-Ching Lin (2013/12), “Rescuing Confidence in the Judicial System: Introducing Lay Participation in Taiwan,” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Vol. 10(3), p.542-569. (SSCI, 2013 IF: 1.111, ranking: 25.9%-Law; 5yr IF: 1.349, 5yr ranking: 25.2% Law)

5

Lo, Joan C., Yi-Chen Hong, and Chang-Ching Lin* (2013/11), “Healthcare Utilization of Bereaved Family Members Following the 1999 Chi-chi Earthquake: Evidence from Administrative Data,” Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 75(5), p.484-490. (SCI, SSCI, 2013 IF: 2.839, ranking: 26.6%; 5yr IF: 3.981, 5yr ranking: 16.9%- Psychiatry)

6

Chang, Ming-Jen, Chang-Ching Lin*, and Shou-Yung Yin (2013/10), “The Behaviour of Real Exchange Rates: The Case of Japan,” Pacific Economic Review, Vol. 18(4), p.530-545. (SSCI, 2013 IF:0.649, ranking: 59.2%, 5yr IF 0.689, ranking: 63.4%)

7

Chen, Yi-Chi* and Chang-Ching Lin (2012), “Information Shocks and Cigarette Addiction: Views from Dynamic Panels with Common Structural Changes,” Applied Economics, Vol. 44(35), p.4651-4660. (SSCI, 2012 IF: 0.437, ranking: 73.6%, 5yr IF 0.655, ranking: 59.9%)

8

Lin, Chang-Ching and Serena Ng* (2012/08), “Estimation of Panel Data Models with Parameter Heterogeneity when Group Membership is Unknown,” Journal of Econometric Methods, Vol. 1(1), p.42-55. (Peer-reviewed)

9

Huang, Kuo-Chang*, Kong-Pin Chen, and Chang-Ching Lin (2010/12), “An Empirical Investigation of Settlement and LitigationThe Case of Taiwanese Labor Disputes,” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Vol. 7(4), p.786–810. (SSCI, 2010 IF:1.565, ranking: 24.1%- Law)

10

Shaw, Daigee*, Arwin Pang, Chang-Ching Lin, and Ming-Feng Hung (2010/09), “Economic Growth and Air Quality in China,” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, Vol. 12(3), p.79-96. (JEL, EconLit)

11

Huang, Kuo-Chang*, Kong-Pin Chen, and Chang-Ching Lin (2010/06), “Does the Type of Criminal Defense Counsel Affect Case Outcomes?A Natural Experiment in Taiwan,” International Review of Law and Economics, Vol. 30(2), p.113–127. (SSCI, 2010 IF:0.300, ranking: 80%, 5yr IF: 0.456, ranking: 60.4%)

12

Chen, Yi-Chi* and Chang-Ching Lin (2010/11), “Threshold Effects in Cigarette Addiction: An Application of the Threshold Model in Dynamic Panels,” Economics Bulletin, Vol. 30(4), p.3128-3142. (EconLit)

13

Chen, Yi-Ting* and Chang-Ching Lin (2008/08), “On the Robustness of Symmetry Tests for Stock Returns,” Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics, Vol. 12(2), Article 2. (SSCI, 2008 IF: 0.702, ranking: 56.5%, 5yr IF: 0.977, ranking: 50.7%)


(2) Local Publications

1

Lin, Chang-Ching, Kuo-Chang Huang, Kong-Pin Chen (2012), Statistics and the Law (V): Correlation and Regression (3), Taiwan Law Journal, Vol. 207, p.102-113.

2

Lin, Chang-Ching, Kuo-Chang Huang, Kong-Pin Chen (2012), Statistics and the Law (IV): Correlation and Regression (2), Taiwan Law Journal, Vol. 199, p.73-84.

3

Lin, Chang-Ching, Kuo-Chang Huang, Kong-Pin Chen (2012), “Statistics and the Law (III): Correlation and Regression (1),” Taiwan Law Journal, Vol. 191, p.66-79.

4

Lin, Chang-Ching, Kuo-Chang Huang, Kong-Pin Chen (2011), “Statistics and the Law (II): Information, Variables and Correlation (2),” Taiwan Law Journal, Vol. 187, p.109-118.

5

Huang , Kuo-Chang, Chang-Ching Lin, Kong-Pin Chen (2011), “Statistics and the Law (I): Information, Variables and Correlation (1),” Taiwan Law Journal, Vol. 183, p.127-141.

6

Chen, Kong-Pin, Kuo-Chang Huang, and Chang-Ching Lin (2011), “The Public Attitudes to Lay Participation in Taiwan – Evidence from the Pilot Survey of Disputing Behavior and Legal Consciousness,” Taiwan Law Journal, Vol. 177, p.15-27.

7

Huang, Kuo-Chang*, Chang-Ching Lin, and Kong-Pin Chen (2010), “An Empirical Study of Informal Labor Mediation in Taiwan: the Comparison between Governmental Mediation and Organization Mediation,” Academia Sinica Law Journal, Vol. 7, p.209267. (TSSCI)

8

Lin, Chang-Ching, Mao-Wei Hung, and Chung-Ming Kuan* (2002), “Analyzing Taiwan's Short-Term Interest Rate Using Regime Switching Models,” Academia Economic Papers, Vol. 30, p.29-55. (TSSCI)

B. Chapter in Books

Shu-Chin Huang and Chang-Ching Lin (2013/08), “Outward FDI to China and the Parent Firm'S Ability to Create Value Added per Worker,” in E. Guillon and L. Chauvet eds., Foreign Direct Investment (FDI): Policies, Economic Impacts and Global Perspectives, Nova, p. 103~126.

Lin, Chang-Ching and Shinichi Sakata* (2013/01), “On Long-Run Covariance Matrix Estimation with the Truncated Flat Kernel,” in X. Chen and N. R. Swanson eds., Recent Advances and Future Directions in Causality, Prediction, and Specification Analysis-Essays in Honor of Halbert L. White Jr., Springer, p.383-410. (Peer-reviewed)

C. Selected Conference Papers

1

Yun-Chien Chang, Kong-Pin Chen and Chang-Ching Lin (2014, June). Anchoring Effect in Real Litigation: An Empirical Study. 2014 Asian Meetings of the Econometric Society, Taipei, Taiwan.

2

Hung-Pin Lai and Chang-Ching Lin (2013, Jul). Estimation of the Threshold Models with an Endogenous Transition Variable: A Copula Approach. 2013 Econometric Society Australasian Meeting, Sydney, Australia.

3

Chang-Ching Lin, Kuo-Chang Huang, Ya-Ling Huang, Kong-Pin Chen, and Hung-Pin Lai (2012, Jun). Exploring Advice Seeking Behavior: Findings from the 2011 Taiwan Survey of Justiciable Problems. International Conference on Law and Society 2012 Annual Meeting, Honolulu, USA.

4

Chih-Chiang Hsu and Chang-Ching Lin (2011, Jul). Change-Point Estimation for Nonstationary Panel Data. The 17th International Panel Data Conference, Montreal, Canada.

5

Chang-Ching Lin and Shinichi Sakata (2011, Aug). Testing for Slope Homogeneity in a Linear Panel Model with Fixed Effects and Conditional Heteroskedasticity. The 65th European Meeting of the Econometric Society, Oslo, Norway.

6

Kuo-Chang Huang, Kong-Pin Chen, and Chang-Ching Lin (2010, Jun). How did Workers Fare in Labor Mediation - An Empirical Assessment from Taiwan. 2010 Taiwan Law and Economics conference, Taipei, Taiwan.

TAIWAN NATIONAL SCIENCE COUNCIL (MOST) PROJECTS:

2015.8-2016.7, Plug-in Forecast Combination in Factor-augmented Predictive Regressions, 104-2410-H-001 -017 –.

2013.8-2015.7, A Partition Algorithm and Tests for the Presence of Clusters in Heterogeneous Panel Data Models, 102-2410-H-001-005-MY2.

2013.8-2014.7, An Empirical Study of Mock Trials—For the Purpose of Evaluating Lay Participation in Taiwan, 101-2410-H-001-092 (project co-leader).

2012.8-2013.7, Testing for Slope Homogeneity in Large Panels with Cross-sectional Correlations, 101-2410-H-001-010-.

2011.8-2012.12, Estimation of the Threshold Models with an Endogenous Transition Variable: A Copula Approach, 100-2410-H-001-030-.

2010.8-2011.10, Testing for Slope Homogeneity in a Linear Panel Model with Fixed Effects and Conditional Heteroskedasticity, 99-2410-H-001-036-.

2009.8-2010.7, Estimation of and Tests for Structure Change in Large Panels with I(1) Disturbances, 98-2410-H-001-035-.

2008.8-2009.7, Threshold Regression without Distribution Assumption When the Threshold Variable is Endogenous, 97-2410-H-001-016-.

2007.8-2008.7, A Simple Clustering Method for Panel Data with Fixed Effects and Cross-sectional Heteroskedasticity, 96-2415-H-001-025-.