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  • LO, FU-CHEN was born on May 8, 1935 in Chia-yi, Taiwan.

  • Education

    • National Taiwan University, 1954-1958, Bachelor of Arts. Waseda University, Japan, 1961-1963, Master of Arts. University of Pennsylvania, 1963-1965, Master of Arts, 1965-1968, Doctor of Philosophy.

      Spoken languages: Chinese, Japanese, English.


    • Senior Program Officer, Socl & Policy Science(s), Academic Division, United Nations University since 1989. Coord, International Trade & Regional Cooperation, Asian & Pacific Development Center, Malaysia, 1984-1989. Visiting Professor, Regional Science Department, University of Pennsylvania, United States of America, 1982-1984.

      Rch Association, East-West Population Institute, East-West Center, United States of America, 1981-1982. Visiting Professor, Department of Economic & Department of Geography, University of Hawaii, United States of America, 1981-1982. Chief of Comparative Studies, United Nations Center for Regional Development, Japan, 1973-1980.

      Senior Economist, CONSAD Rch Corporation(s), United States of America, 1968-1972. Rch Assistant, Department of Economic, University of Pennsylvania, 1965-1967.


    Member: American Economic Association. Regional Science Association International. Japan Society for International Development.



    Economic development and plannning. Population and human resource development. Urban and regional development.

    Futuristic studies; Publisher, Taiwan Tribune newspaper, 1981-1988.


    • Spouse Vickie Chinese-fun, National of United States of America.
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    Born May 8, 1935