林明仁 Ming-Jen Lin
Director-General, Department of Humanities and Social Science, Ministry of Science and Technology(MOST), Taiwan
Distinguished Professor, Department of Economics, National Taiwan University
Data Science and Economics, Demography and Health, Law and Economics (especially crime), Labor Economics (especially Internal Labor Markets)
on the Long Term Effect of 1918 Influenza (JHE 2014)
Side Effects of 1918 Flu Seen Decades Later by Adi Narayan, Time Magazine Oct 2009
Why are women missing?
Best Husband Prize:
on Missing Women (AER 2008):
VOX Columns (a policy portal set up by the Centre for Economic Policy Research)
諾貝爾的爭論 我學者平息 中國時報(China Times) 2009.06.02
More Missing Women, Fewer Dying Girls: The Impact of Abortion on Sex at Birth and relative Female Mortality in Taiwan, With J. T Liu and Nancy Qian(2014). Journal of the European Economic Association, pp12(4), 899-926.
Can Hepatitis B Mothers Account for the Number of Missing Women? Evidence from Three Million Newborns in Taiwan, With Ming-Ching Luoh(2008), American Economic Review, 98(5), pp 2259-2273.