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Research Fellows

Chen, Been-Lon

Chen, Been-Lon

  • Title:Research Fellow
  • E-Mail:bchen at econ.sinica.edu.tw
  • Personal Website:http://www.econ.sinica.edu.tw/blchen
  • CV:CV
  • curriculum vitae:

    Ph.D. in Economics, University of California at Los Angeles (1991)
    Research Fields: Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, Economic Growth and Development, Industrial Economics, Political and Public Economy, Labor Economics, International Economics

Education background

  • Ph.D. in Economics, University of California, Los Angeles, 1991.
  • M.A. in Economics, National Taiwan University,1985.
  • B.A. in Economics, National Taiwan University,1983.

Research Fields

  • Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics
  • Economic Growth and Development
  • Political and Public Economy
  • Labor, Health, and Education
  • International Economics

Research Specialty

  • Macroeconomics
  • Economic Growth
  • Industrial Economics

Current Position

  • 1999/4 -:Research Fellow (with tenure till 2026), Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica.
  • 1999/8 -:Professor (adjunct), Department of Economics, National Taiwan University.

Experience

  • 2019-2022: Asian Standing Committee Member, Econometric Society
  • 2019-2021: National Pension Insurance Actuarial Review Committee Member, Ministry of Health and Welfare
  • 2020: External Evaluation Committee, College of Social Science, National ChengChi University
  • 2019 : Selection Committee of Distinguished Professor, College of Social Science, National ChengChi University
  • 2017 : Selection Committee of Distinguished Professor, College of Social Science, National ChengChi University
  • 2017: Review Committee of Scholarship Studying Abroad, Ministry of Education
  • 2013-2015:Board member, H&Q Taiwan
  • 2013-2015:Board member, Asia Global Venture Capital II Co.
  • 2013: External Evaluation Committee, College of Social Science, National ChengChi University
  • 2010/06-2010/07:Visiting Professor, Research Institute of Economics and Business Administration, Kobe University
  • 2009: Evaluation Committee, Department of Economics, National Chung Cheng University
  • 2009: External Evaluation Committee, Department of Economics, National Chi Nan University
  • 2007/08-2008/08:Visiting Professor, Washington University in St Louis
  • 2007: Interview Committee of Erasmus Programme Scholarship, Ministry of Education
  • 2006-2008: Employee Benefit Fund Management Committee Member, Academia Sinica
  • 2004/08-2007/08:Deputy Director, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica
  • 2003-2005: The Third Academia Sinica Traffic Management Committee Member, Academia Sinica
  • 2001/04-2002/03:Professor, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba
  • 1993/01-1999/04:Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica
  • 1992/08-1999/12:Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Industrial Economics, National Central University
  • 1993/06-1993/09:Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, Duke University
  • 1985/10-1992/12:Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica
  • 1988/10-1991/12:Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, UCLA
  • 1994: Senior Examinations Reviewer, Examination Yuan of ROC

Awards

  • 2017:Outstanding Scholarship Awards (3-year awards), Foundation for the Advancement of Outstanding Scholarship
  • 2014:Academic Award for Publication in Social Sciences, Sun Yat Sen Academic and Cultural Foundation
  • 2014-2018:Investigator Award, Academia Sinica (5-year award.)
  • 2013-2015:Outstanding Research Prize, Taiwan National Science Council (3-year award)
  • 2010-2012:Outstanding Research Prize, Taiwan National Science Council (3-year award)
  • 2006, 2008, 2009, 2014:Best Ph. D. Thesis Advisor, Taiwan Economic Association
  • 2007-2008:Fulbright Scholar to Washington University in St Louis
  • 2007 :Outstanding Referee Awards 2007 for Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control
  • 2005-:Listed in Who’s Who in the world
  • 2005 :Keynote speaker, 47th Anniversary Annual Conference. American Association for Chinese Studies (Oct. 21-23), Vanderbilt University
  • 2004 :Taiwan Industrial Economics Award, Taiwan Economics and Industry Association
  • 1999 :Excellent Paper Award, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica
  • 1998 :Invited speech, South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Centre, April 7, Central Bank of Republic of China (Taiwan)
  • 1987-1990:Taiwan Ministry of Education Scholarship (education abroad)
  • 1986 :Civilian Examination Pass Certificate
  • 1984-1985:Master Thesis Fellowship, Cathay Trust Foundation

Editorship

  • Managing Editor, Academia Economic Papers, 2015-
  • Associate Editor, Review of Social Sciences, 2011-
  • Associate Editor, Pacific Economic Review, 2006-
  • Associate Editor, Academia Economic Papers, 1999-2000, 2004-2014
  • Associate Editor, Taipei Economic Inquiry, 1998-2010

Publications

Journals(Click)

  • Chen, Been-Lon, Shun-Fa Lee and Xavier Raurich(forthcoming), 「Non-separable Utilities and Aggregate Instability」,《International Journal of Economic Theory》。 Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Yu‐Shan Hsu(2018), "Progressive Taxation and Macroeconomic Stability in Two‐sector Models with Social Constant Returns," Journal of Economics, 125 51-68. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shian-Yu Liao(2018), "Durable Goods, Investment Shocks and the Comovement Problem," Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 50 377-406. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Chih-Fang Lai (2016), "Relation between Growth and Unemployment in a Model with Labor-Force Participation and Adverse Labor Institutions," Journal of Macroeconomics, 50, 273-292. . Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Chih-Fang Lai (2016), "Relative Effects of Labor Taxes on Employment and Working Hours: Role of Mechanisms Shaping Working Hours," Journal of Economics, 117, 49-84. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yu-Shan Hsu and Kazuo Mino (2015), "Welfare Implications and Equilibrium Indeterminacy in a Two-secter Growth Model with Consumption Externalities," Macroeconomic Dynamics, 19, 535-577. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Chih-Fang Lai (2015), "Effects of Labor Taxes and Unemployment Compensation on Labor Supply in a Search Model with an Endogenous Labor Force," Journal of Macroeconomics, 43, 300-317. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Chia-Hui Lu (2015), "Optimal Capital Taxation in A Neoclassical Growth Model," Journal of Public Economic Theory, 17, 257-269. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Chih-Fang Lai (2015), "Relative Effects of Labor Taxes and Unemployment Benefits on Hours Worked per Worker and Employment," Pacific Economic Review, 20, 282-309. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shian-Yu Liao (2015), "The Role of Agricultural Productivity on Structural Change," Review of Development Economics, 19, 971-987. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shian-Yu Liao (2014), "Capital, Credit Constraints and the Comovement between Consumer Durables and Nondurables," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 39, 127-139. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Costas Azariadis, Chia-Hui Lu and Yin-Chi Wang (2012), "A Two-sector Model of Endogenous Growth with Leisure Externalities," Journal of Economic Theory, 148(2), 843-857. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Chia-Hui Lu (2013), "Optimal Factor Tax Incidence in Two-sector Human Capital-based Models," Journal of Public Economics, 97(1), 75-94. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yu-Shan Hsu and Kazuo Mino (2013), "Can Consumption Habit Spillovers Be A Source of Equilibrium indeterminacy?," Journal of Economics, 109(3), 245–269. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shun-Fa Lee (2012), "Intersectoral Spillovers, Relative Prices and Development Traps," Review of Development Economics, 16(2), 243-261. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Jie-Ping Mo and Ping Wang (2012), "Two-Sided Micro-Matching with Technical Progress," Economic Theory, 50(2), 445-462. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Chien-Chieh Huang and Ping Wang (2012), "Locational Stratification by Environment," Journal of Public Economic Theory, 14(5), 711-735. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Lu, Chia-Hui, Been-Lon Chen and Mei Hsu (2011), "The Dynamic Relationship between Inflation and Output Growth in a Cash-Constrained Economy," B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, 11(1)(Article 15), 1-27.(SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yu-Shan Hsu and Chia-Hui Lu (2011), "Friedman Meets Becker and Mulligan in The Monetary Neoclassical Growth Mode," Journal of Economics, 104(2), 99–126. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Lu, Chia-Hui, Been-Lon Chen and Mei Hsu (2011), "The Dynamic Welfare Cost of Seignorage Tax and Consumption Tax in a Neoclassical Growth Model with a Cash-in-advance Constraint," Journal of Macroeconomics, 33(2), 247-258. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Hung-Ju Chen and Ping Wang (2011), "Labor-Market Frictions, Human Capital Accumulation, and Long-Run Growth: Positive Analysis and Policy Evaluation," International Economic Review, 52(1), 131-160. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Mei Hsu (2011), "Accounting for Earnings Differentials between Second-Generation Immigrants and Natives in Taiwan," Taiwan Economic Forecast and Policy, 42(1), 39-74. (TSSCI). (in Chinese, with abstract in English). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Angus C. Chu (2010), "On R&D Spillovers, Multiple Equilibria and Indeterminacy," Journal of Economics, 100(3), 247-263. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Yu-Shan Hsu (2010), "A One-sector Growth Model with Consumption Standard: Indeterminate or Determinate?," Japanese Economic Review, 61(1), 85-96. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Mei Hsu (2010), "Effects of Work-Hour Reduction on Industrial Labor Productivity–Application of Quantile Regression Models," 經濟論文, 38(4), 523-559. (SSCI). (in Chinese, with abstract in English). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Yu-Shan Hsu (2009), "Is admiration a source of indeterminacy when the speed of habit formation is finite?," Economics Bulletin, 29(4), 3041-3049. (JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Mei Hsu (2009), "Consumption Externality, Efficiency and Optimal Taxation in One-sector Growth Model," Economic Modelling, 26(6), 1328–1334. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shun-Fa Lee (2009), "General Fund Financing, Earmarking, Economic Stabilization and Welfare," Public Finance Review, 37(5), 507-508. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Shin-Kun Peng and Ping Wang (2009), "Intergenerational Human Capital Evolution, Local Public Good Preferences, and Stratification," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 33(3), 745-757. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shun-Fa Lee (2009), "Two-sector Growth Models with Productive Public Goods: Equilibrium (In)determinacy," Southern Economic Journal , 75(3), 639-662. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Chia-Hui Lu (2008), "Inflation and Growth: Impatience and a Qualitative Equivalence," Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 40(6), 1309-1323. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yeong-Yuh Chiang and Ping Wang (2008), "Credit Market Imperfections and Long-Run Macroeconomic Consequences," Annals of Economics and Finance, 9(1), 121-175. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Kazuo Nishimura and Koji Shimomura (2008), "Time Preference and Two-country Trade," International Journal of Economic Theory, 4(1), 29-52. (JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2007), "Factor Taxation and Labor Supply in a Dynamic One-Sector Growth Model," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 31(12), 3941-3964. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shun-Fa Lee (2007), "Congestible Public Goods and Local Indeterminacy: A Two-sector Endogenous Growth Model," Journal of Economic Dynamic and Control, 31(7), 2486-2518. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Mei Hsu (2007), "Admiration is a Source of Indeterminacy," Economic Letters, 95(1), 96-103. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2007), "Multiple BGPs in a Growth Model with Habit Persistence," Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 39(1), 25-48. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2006), "Public Capital, Endogenous Growth and Endogenous Fluctuations," Journal of Macroeconomics, 28, 768-774. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chang, Jing-Jun, Been-Lon Chen and Mei Hsu (2006), "Agricultural Productivity and Economic Growth: Role of Tax Revenues and Infrastructures," Southern Economic Journal, 72(4), 891-914. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2006), "Economic Growth with Optimal Public Spending Composition," Oxford Economic Papers, 58(1), 123-136. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Jiun-Der Fang (2006), "The effect of industrial structural and sex discrimination on changes in female and male wages differentials in Taiwan, 1978-2003.," Academia Economic Papers, 34(4), 505-539. (JEL). (in Chinese, with abstract in English).
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Jang-Ting Guo (2005), "Income Inequality and Economic Growth: A simple Theoretical Synthesis," Annals of Economics and Finance, 6, 319-329. (JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Ping Wang and Yeong-Yuh Chiang (2005), "Evaluation of Interest Tax Policies in a Model of Finance and Growth," Journal of Macroeconomics, 27(3), 533-552. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2003), "Tax Evasion in a Model of Endogenous Growth," Review of Economic Dynamics, 6, 381-403. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2003), "An Inverted-U Relationship between Inequality and Long-run Growth," Economics Letters, 78, 205-212. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Jie-Ping Mo, and Ping Wang (2002), "Market Frictions, Technology Adoption and Growth," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control,, 26, 1927-1954. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Mei Hsu (2001), "Time-Series Wage Differential in Taiwan: the Role of International Trade," Review of Development Economics, 5(2), 336-354. (JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Ping Wang and Yeong-Yuh Chiang (2001), "Financial Intermediation, Interest Tax Policy and Economic Growth," Journal of Social Science and Philosophy, 13(3), 383-400.(in Chinese, with abstract in English). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Mei Hsu (2000), "Labor Productivity of Small and Large Manufacturing Firms: the Case of Taiwan," Contemporary Economic Policy, 18(3), 270-283. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (1999), "Openness and Economic Growth: Evidence of East Asia and Latin America," Journal of Economic Integration, 14(2), 129-164. (JEL).
  • Chen, Been-Lon (1998), "Review of Political Economy of International Policy in East Asia: the Semiconductor Industry in Taiwan and South Korea," Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 12(2), 56-57. (JEL).
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Koji Shimomura (1998), "Self-Fulfilling Expectations and Economics Growth: A Model of Technology Adoption and Industrialization," International Economic Review, 39(1), 151-170. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Mei Hsu (1998), 「Guest Workers and Factor Substitution: the Case of Taiwan」,《Proceedings of Annual Taiwan Economics Association》, 65-91. (TSSCI)。
  • 陳明郎、林建甫 (1998), 「金融資產的定位與危機中政府的角色」,《經濟前瞻》, 58,, 119-122。
  • Chen, Been-Lon (1997), "Technology Adoption and Economic Growth: Evidence of Cross-Developing Countries," Academia Economic Paper, 25(3), 1-33. (JEL).
  • Chen, Been-Lon (1997), "Economic Growth," Journal of Economics Dynamics and Control, 21, 895-898. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (1996), "Picking Winners and Industrialization in Taiwan," Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 5(2), 137-159. (JEL, SSCI in 2008).
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Vei-Lin Chan and Kee-Nan Cheung (1995), "External Economies in Taiwan's Manufacturing," Contemporary Economic Policy, 13, 118-130. (SSCI, JEL).
  • Chen, Been-Lon (1995), "Self-Fulfilling Expectations, History and Big Push: A Search Equilibrium Model of Unemployment," ournal of Economics, 61(3), 245-271. (SSCI, JEL). Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (1994), "Limited Diffusion of Technology, Learning Incentives and a Low Level of Industrialization," Journal of Economic Development, 19(2), 253-272. (JEL).
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Li-Jane Chow (1993), "An Inquiry of the Income Growth Difference among Counties in Taiwan: Theory and Evidence," Proceedings of 1993 Annual Chinese Economics Association, 143-165. (TSSCI).
  • Chen, Been-Lon (1992), "Education, Industrialization and Big Push -- An Equilibrium Search Model," Academia Economic Paper, 20(1), 1-26. (TSSCI, JEL).
  • Chen, Been-Lon (1992), "The Cause of High-Level Unemployment and its Policies," Taiwan Economic Review, 20(3), 241-266. (TSSCI, JEL).
  • Chen, Been-Lon (1985), "The Relation between Bank and Black Market Interest Rate," Proceedings of 1985 Annual Chinese Economic Association, 157-170.

Books(Click)

  • Chen, Been-Lon(2013), "Investment in Human Capital Accumulation and Growth: Analyzing Policy Effectiveness," Wendy Dobson, Human Capital Formation and Economic Growth in Asia and the Pacific, 37-61, New York:Routledge.
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2011), "Investment in Human Capital Accumulation and Growth: Analyzing Policy Effectiveness," Wendy Dobson, Human Capital Formation and Economic Growth in Asia and the Pacific, 37-61, New York:Routledge.
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Shun-Fa Lee and Koji Shimomura (2008), "Import Tariffs and Growth in a Model with Habits," T. Kamihigashi and L. Zhao, International Trade and Economic Dynamics: Essay in Memory of Koji Shimomura, 297-316:Springer-Verlag.
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yeong-Yuh Chiang and Ping Wang (2004), "Long-Run Consequences of Financial Policy in an Endogenously Growing Economy," M. Boldrin, B-L Chen and P. Wang, Human Capital, Trade and Public Policy in Rapidly Growing Economies: From Theory to Empirics, 219-240, Aldershot:Edward Elgar.
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Ching-Cheng Chang (2004), "Productivity Growth and Catch-up in Less Developed Economies," M. Boldrin, B-L Chen and P. Wang, Human Capital, Trade and Public Policy in Rapidly Growing Economies: From Theory to Empirics, 93-128, Aldershot:Edward Elgar.
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Michele Boldrin and Ping Wang (2004), "Introduction: A Quick Reference to Growth Theory," M. Boldrin, B-L Chen and P. Wang, Human Capital, Trade and Public Policy in Rapidly Growing Economies: From Theory to Empirics, 1-20, Aldershot:Edward Elgar.
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Mei Hsu (2001), "Coordination Failures and Catchup: Experience of Man-made Fibre in Taiwan," Peter Chow, Taiwan in the Global Economy: From an Agrarian Economy to an Exporter of High-Tech Products, 39-75, London:Praeger.
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Tain-Ty Chen and Yun-Peng Chu (2001), "The Role of Textile and Man-Made Fibre in the Process of Industrialization: The Case of Taiwan," Poh-Kam Wong and Chee-Yuen Ng, Industrial Policy, Innovation and Economic Growth: The Experience of Japan and the Asian NIEs, 283-322, Singapore:Singapore University Press.
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yung-Peng Chu and Tain-Jy Chen (2001), "Rethinking The Development Paradigm: Lessons from Taiwan: The Optimal Degree of State Intervention," Poh-Kam Wong and Chee-Yuen Ng, Industrial Policy, Innovation and Economic Growth: The Experience of Japan and the Asian NIEs, 245-282, Singapore:Singapore University Press.
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Tain-Jy Chen and Yung-Peng Chu (2001), "The Development of Taiwan's Electronics Industry," Poh-Kam Wong and Chee-Yuen Ng, ndustrial Policy, Innovation and Economic Growth: The Experience of Japan and the Asian NIEs, 245-282, Singapore:Singapore University Press.
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Ko-Yung Shih (1999), "Growth and Catch-up in a Cross Section of Manufacturing Industries," G. Ranis, S. Hu and P. Chu, The Economics and Political Economy of Development in Taiwan in to 21st Century, 51-77, Aldershot:Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Jing-Yi Chen and Mei Hsu (1999), "Technology Adoption and Technical Efficiency in a Developing Economy: Foreign Investment Led Versus Export Performance Promoted," T. Fu, C. Huang and K. Lovell, The Efficiency and Productivity of Asian Pacific Countries, 213-234, Aldershot:Edward Elgar Publishing.

Working Paper(Click)

  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Yu-Shan Hsu(2018), "Progressive Taxation and Macroeconomic Stability in Two‐sector Models with Social Constant Returns", IEAS Working Paper, No. 18-A003, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Links(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Shun‐Fa Lee and Xavier Raurich(2018), "Non‐separable Utilities and Aggregate Instability", IEAS Working Paper, No. 18-A002, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Links(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shian-Yu Liao(2017), "Durable Goods, Investment Shocks and the Comovement Problem", IEAS Working Paper, No. 17-A007, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Links(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Chih-Fang Lai(2014), "Effects of Labor Taxes and Unemployment Compensation on Labor Supply in a Search Model with an Endogenous Labor Force", IEAS Working Paper, No. 14-A015, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Links(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Chih-Fang Lai(2014), "Relative Effects of Labor Taxes and Unemployment Benefits on Hours Worked per Worker and Employment", IEAS Working Paper, No. 14-A014, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Links(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shian-Yu Liao(2014), "The Role of Agricultural Productivity on Structural Change", IEAS Working Paper, No. 14-A007, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Links(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shian-Yu Liao (2013), "Capital, Credit Constraints and the Comovement between Consumer Durables and Nondurables", IEAS Working Paper, No. 13-A011, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yu-Shan Hsu and Kazuo Mino (2013), "Welfare Implications and Equilibrium Indeterminacy in a Two-sector Growth Model with Consumption Externalities", IEAS Working Paper, No. 13-A008, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Lu, Chia-Hui and Been-Lon Chen (2013), "Optimal Capital Taxation in A Neoclassical Growth Mode", IEAS Working Paper, No. 13-A005, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Azariadis, Costas, Been-Lon Chen, Chia-Hui Lu, Yin-Chi Wang (2012), "A Two-sector Model of Endogenous Growth with Leisure Externalities", IEAS Working Paper, No. 12-A014, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Chia-Hui Lu (2012), "Optimal Factor Tax Incidence in Two-sector Human Capital-based Models", IEAS Working Paper, No. 12-A018, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Azariadis, Costas, Been-Lon Chen, Chia-Hui Lu and Yin-Chi Wang (2012), "A two-sector model of endogenous growth with leisure externalities", Working Paper Series, No. 2012-045, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yu-Shan Hsu and Kazuo Mino (2012), "Welfare Implications and Equilibrium Indeterminacy in a Two-sector Growth Model with Consumption Externalities", KIER Working Papers, No. 824, Kyoto University, Institute of Economic Research. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Chih-Fang Lai and Chia-Hui Lu (2011), "Effects of Labor Market Regulation on Employment and Working Hours in a Labor Search Model", EAS Working Paper, No.11-A006.. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Hung-Ju Chen and Ping Wang (2011), "Taxing capital is not a bad idea indeed: the role of human capital and labor-market frictions", MPRA Paper , No.33209, University Library of Munich, Germany. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yu-Shan Hsu and Kazuo Mino (2010), "Habits and Endogenous Investment Fluctuations", KIER Working Papers, Kyoto University, Institute of Economic Research, No.730. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yu-Shan Hsu and Chia-Hui Lu (2010), "Endogenous Time Preference in Monetary Growth Model", IEAS Working Paper, No. 10-A005, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Angus C. Chu (2010), "A Note on R&D Spillovers, Multiple Equilibria and Indeterminacy", IEAS Working Paper, No. 10-A002, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shun-Fa Lee (2008), "General fund financing, earmarking, economic stabilization and welfare", MPRA Paper, No. 27666, University Library of Munich, Germany. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Chia-Hui Lu (2007), "Status and Multiple Growth Regimes", IEAS Working Paper, No. 07-A010, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shun-Fa Lee (2007), "Import Tariffs and Growth in a Model with Habits", MPRA Paper, No. 27667, University Library of Munich, Germany. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Mei Hsu and Chia-Hui Lu (2007), "Inflation and Growth: Impatience and a Qualitative Equivalence", IEAS Working Paper, No. 07-A007, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Shun-Fa Lee (2005), "Congestible Public Goods and Indeterminacy in a Two-sector Endogenous Growth Model", IEAS Working Paper, No. 05-A003, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2004), "Multiple Equilibria in a Growth Model with Habit Persistence", EAS Working Paper, No. 04-A015, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2003), "Economic Growth With Optimal Public Spending Compositional", IEAS Working Paper, No. 03-A007, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2003), "Factor Taxation and Labor Supply In A Dynamic One-Sector Growth Model", IEAS Working Paper, No. 03-A006, Academia Sinica, Institute of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Jie-Ping Mo and Ping Wang (2000), "Market Frictions, Technology Adoption and Economic Growth", Vanderbilt University Department of Economics Working Papers, No. 0034, Vanderbilt University Department of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Yeong-Yuh Chiang and Ping Wang (2000), "Credit Market Imperfections, Financial Activity and Economic Growth", Vanderbilt University Department of Economics Working Papers, No. 0020, Vanderbilt University Department of Economics. Files(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Chien-fu Jeff Lin, and Xiaokai Yang (1999), "Empirical Evidence for the Endogenous Growth Generated by Evolution in Division of Labor", Development Discussion Paper, No. 671, Vanderbilt University Department of Economics. Files(Open New Window)

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  • Chen, Been-Lon (2013), 「淺談所得稅」《中央研究院知識天地週報》, 第1436期。 Links(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2012), “Boosting investment to increase wage levels” Taipei Times.,. Links(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2011), Inside the Taiwan Miracle Taiwan Review 6,. Links(Open New Window)
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2013), Macroeconomics, Tung-Hua Publishing Co., PP 544.
  • Chen, Been-Lon (2012), Economic Growth, Hwa-Tai Publishing Co., PP468.
  • Chen, Been-Lon and Mei Hsu (2010), Economics, Tung-Hua Publishing Co., PP964.
  • Chen, Been-Lon, Michele Boldrin and Ping Wang (2004), Human Capital, Trade and Public Policy In Rapidly Growing Economies, Aldershot: Edward Elgar. PP 300.
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