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energy and environmental scientist

Chi-Yuan Liang, Chinese energy and environmental scientist. Grantee, Rockefeller Foundation, 1979-1980; postdoctoral fellow, Harvard University, 1980-1982, Coordinate Researcher fellow, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard University, 1981-1982, Research grant, Chiang-Ching-Kuo Foundation, 1990-1993. Member of Taiwan Economic Association, International Association Energy Economics, Chinese Association Energy Economics (managing director).

Background

Liang, Chi-Yuan was born on October 29, 1946 in Zhang-Hua, Taiwan. Son of Wen-Fu and Si-Chei Su Liang.

Education

Bachelor, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1969. Master of Arts, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1979.

Career

Research fellow Directorate-General Budget, Accounting and Statistics, Taipei, 1973. Research staff Economic Planning Council, Executive Yuan, 1973—1974. Research fellow Institute Economics, Academy Sinica, since 1984, director section 1, 1997—2000.

Professor Graduate institute Business Administration, National Taiwan University of Technology, 1991—1993. Visiting professor Keio University, Tokyo, 2003—2004. Professor National Central University, since 2006.

Advisor energy committee Ministry Economic Affairs, Taipei, since 1980. Advisor National Policy Foundation, Taipei, 2003—2009. Member science and technical consultant council Office of President, Taipei, 2005—2006.

Senior advisor National Secretary Council, 2009, Minister Without Portfolio, Executive Yuan, since 2009.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in the concept of the social cost of energy consumption and the levy of petroleum tax and anti-air-pollution-prevention fee and carbon tax on energy consumption. Research in building a formula for oil price adjustment, the amendment on energy policy and drew the public plan for the liberalization of oil and electricity industry. Research in formulating a dynamic general equilibrium model for Taiwan for evaluating the impact of changes in energy policy making.

    Research in macro-economic policy of the government, maintaining that the required reserve ratio and the interest should be adjusted downward in order to promote investment.

Membership

Member of Taiwan Economic Association, International Association Energy Economics, Chinese Association Energy Economics (managing director).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, music, travel, hiking, sports.

Connections

Married Man-Houng Lin, July 13, 1974. 1 child Hung.

father:
Wen-Fu Liang

mother:
Si-Chei Su Liang

spouse:
Man-Houng Lin

child:
Hung Liang