Full-Time Faculty

E-Mail tflin@gm.ntpu.edu.tw
Tel
                                                (02)8674-1111#67396
                                            

Degree

                                Ph.D., Cornell University, USA
MA, Pennsylvania State University, USA
MA, Department of Public Finance, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
BA, Department of Public Finance, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
                            

Recent Professional Service

2021-08 -
                                                    Department Chair
                                                
2016-08 -
                                                    Professor
                                                

Research Interests

                                Public Finance
Health Economics and Health Policy
Education and Welfare policy
                            

Publications

  • Chiu, Chen and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2021. “The Exploration of Household Food Expenditures and Food Tax Policy.” Public Finance Review. 50(4): 26-47 (in Traditional Chinese).
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2020. “Do Cooperative-Based Learning Groups Help Students Learn Microeconomics?” SAGE Open. 10(3): 1-7. doi: 10.1177/2158244020938699
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, Yun-Shan Chan and Jennjou Chen. 2020. "Awareness of Tobacco Tax Policy and Public Opinion on Tobacco Tax Reform in Taiwan" Asian Pacific Journal of Health Economics and Policy Vol. 3, doi:10.6011/apj.2020.03.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, Zen-Fu Ueng, Yu-I Peng and Yun-Shan Chan. 2020. “Excise Tax Systems: International Comparisons and Policy Implications.”Public Finance Review. 49(1): 94-134 (in Traditional Chinese).
  • Li, Yun-Ru and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2019. “Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Consumption, Medical Expenditures and Government Policy.” Public Finance Review. 48(5): 89-104 (in Traditional Chinese).
  • Peng, Yu-I, and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2018. “Social Capital and Preventive Care Use among the Elderly under Taiwan’s National Health Insurance.” Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 75:28-36.
  • Fu, Chien-Hao and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2017. “An Exploration of Long-term Care Reform in Taiwan: What Can We Learn from the U.S. Experience.” Taiwan Journal of Public Health. 36(6):531-544. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Yuan, Cheng-Jyun, and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2017. “The Exploration of Preferences for Environmental Public Goods and Environmental Policy in Taiwan” Public Finance Review. 46(3): 101-127. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2016. “The Benefit of Providing Face-to-Face Lectures in Online Learning Microeconomics Courses: Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design Experiment” Economics Bulletin. 36(4): 2094-2116.
  • Chen, Yu-Feng and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2016. “Crowdfunding, Cultural Creative Industry Development and The Role of Government.” Public Finance Review. 45(5): 139-165 (in Traditional Chinese).
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, Yun-Shan Chan, Yu-I Peng and Jennjou Chen. 2016. “The Exploration of Tobacco Tax Policy: A Public Choice Perspective.”Public Finance Review. 45(6): 27-39 (in Traditional Chinese).
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2015. “Study Habits and Examination Performance in an Online Learning Microeconomics Course” Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research. 16 (2): 45-50.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2015. “Effect of Peer Attendance on College Students’ Learning Outcomes in a Microeconomics Course” Journal of Economic Education. 46 (4): 350-359.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, Yu-I Peng and Jennjou Chen. 2015. "Workforce Development for Older Workers in Taiwan" Public Policy & Aging Report. 25(4): 143-146.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, and Jennjou Chen. 2014. “Effect of Physician Gender on Demand for Pap Tests.” Economics Research International, vol. 2014, Article ID 647169, doi:10.1155/2014/647169.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang. 2014. “Healthcare Reform and Healthcare Financing Policy in the United States.” Taiwan Journal of Public Health 33(4):377-835. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Tsui-Fang Lin and I-Lun Tsai. 2013. "Social Caital, Health and Social Welfare Policy." Modern Public Finance 033: 20-26. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Yen, Steven T., Hung-Hao, Chang and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2013. "Out-of-Pocket Expenditures on Traditional and Western Medicine in Taiwan." International Journal of Public Health 58 (4): 583-592.
  • Su, Chih-Hsuan and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2012. “The Exploration of Tax Morale in Taiwan.” Modern Public Finance 022: 63-76. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Kuo, Jenn-Shyong, Yi-Cheng Ho and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2012. “A Pilot Study on Supplemental Revenue Sources for National Health Insurance.” Taiwan Journal of Public Health 31(4):314-325. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2012 “Do Supplemental Online Recorded Lectures Help Students Learn Microeconomics? ” International Review of Economics Education 11(1):6-15.
  • Liu, Mei-Chun and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2011. “The Exploration of Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages.” Modern Public Finance 008: 42-52. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • He, Jhih-Siang and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2011. “The Exploration of Demand for Redistribution Policy.” Modern Public Finance 003: 61-74. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2011. “Does Downloading PowerPoint Slides Before the Lecture Lead to Better Student Achievement?: Reply” International Review of Economics Education 10(1):90-93.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, and Jennjou Chen. 2010. “Smoking and Labor Market Outcomes: Empirical Evidence from Taiwan.” The Empirical Economics Letters 9(7): 685-690.
  • Liao, Chia-Huang and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2010. “The Impact of Earned Income Tax Subsidy on Income Distribution and Labor Force Participation.” Public Finance Review 42 (2): 112-135. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Wang, Tzi-Weng and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2009. “The Exploration of Taxation on Cultural Expenditures.” Public Finance Review 41 (3): 41-58. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang. 2008. “Modifiable Health Risk Factors and Medical Expenditures – The Case of Taiwan.” Social Science & Medicine 67(11):1727-1736.
  • Terza, Joseph V., Donald S. Kenkel, Tsui-Fang Lin, and Shinichi Sakata. 2008. “Care-Giver Advice as a Preventive Measure for Drinking During Pregnancy: Zeros, Categorical Outcome Responses, and Endogeneity.” Health Economics 17(1):41-54.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2008. “Class Attendance and Exam Performance: A Randomized Experiment.” Journal of Economic Education 39 (3): 213-227.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. 2008. “Does Downloading PowerPoint Slides Before the Lecture Lead to Better Student Achievement?” International Review of Economics Education 7(2):9-18.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang. 2008. “The Exploration of Tobacco and Alcohol Taxation” Public Finance Review 40 (5): 107-121. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang. 2007. “Economic Evaluation Methods and National Health Insurance Financing Policy.” Public Finance Review 39 (5): 129-139. (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, and Jennjou Chen. 2006. “Custodial Fathers: Do They Work More or Fewer Hours?” Journal of Family and Economic Issues 27(3):513-522.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, and Jennjou Chen. 2006. “Cumulative Class Attendance and Exam Performance.” Applied Economics Letters 13(14):937-942.
  • Lynch, Wendy, Yosuke Chikamoto, Kumiko Imai, Tsui-Fang Lin, Donald Kenkel, Ronald Ozminkowski, and Ron Goetzel. 2005. “The Association Between Health Risks and Medical Expenditures in a Japanese Corporation.” American Journal of Health Promotion 19(3):238-248.

Conference Papers

  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. "Gender Composition and Team Performance in Learning Microeconomics: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment" presented at AEA National Conference on Teaching Economics and Research in Economic Education, American Economics Association, Portland, U.S.A., May 2023.
  • Chen, Jennjou, Tsui-Fang Lin, and Chen-Hsuan Liao. “Flipped Classroom Teaching in Microeconomics Recitation Sessions, “ presented at Allied Social Science Association Annual Meetings, American Economic Association, San Diego, U.S.A., January 2020.
  • Liao, Chen-Hsuan, and Tsui-Fang Lin. "An Exploration of the Political and Economic Determinants of Local Government Fiscal Deficits in Taiwan, " presented at Chunghua Association of Public Finance Annual Meeting, Taipei, December 2019.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “Does Cooperative Learning Help Students Learn Microeconomics: An Instrumental Variables Approach” presented at AEA National Conference on Teaching Economics and Research in Economic Education, American Economics Association, San Antonio, U.S.A., May 2018.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, Yun-Shan Chan, and Jennjou Chen. “Awareness of Tobacco Tax Policy and Public Opinion on Tobacco Tax Reform in Taiwan” presented at Allied Social Science Association Annual Meetings, American Economic Association, Philadelphia, U.S.A., January 2018.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “Encouraging Students to Form Study Groups in Learning Economics” presented at Allied Social Science Association Annual Meetings, American Economic Association, Chicago, U.S.A., January 2017.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “Using Screen Recording Technology to Teach Economics Courses and Conduct Research” presented at Allied Social Science Association Annual Meetings, American Economic Association, San Francisco, U.S.A., January 2016.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “Effect of Peer Attendance on College Students' Learning Outcomes in a Microeconomics Course” presented at Allied Social Science Association Annual Meetings, American Economic Association, Boston, U.S.A., January 2015.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “Does Attending Live Lectures Help Online Learning Students Perform Better on Examinations: Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Experiment in Taiwan” presented at AEA National Conference on Teaching Economics and Research in Economic Education, American Economic Association, Washington DC, U.S.A., May 2014.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang. “The Effects of Socioeconomics Status on Health Investment, Child Health and Child Medical Expenditures - the Case of Taiwan.” the 9th World Congress on Health Economics, Sydney, Australia. July 2013.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “Using Creative Video Clips Projects as Acitve Learning Strategies in Economics Courses ” presented at Allied Social Science Association Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA, U.S.A., January 2013.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “Study Habits and Examination Performance in an Online Learning Microeconomics Course” presented at Taiwan Economic Association Annual Meetings,December 2012.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang and Jennjou Chen. “Consumer Awareness, Health Knowledge and Demand for Preventive Healthcare ” presented at the 8th World Congress on Health Economics, Toronto, Canada, July 2011.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “Learning Style and Examination Performance in Online Learning Microeconomics Courses ” presented at AEA National Conference on Teaching Economics and Research in Economic Education, Palo Alto, U.S.A., June 2011.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang and Jennjou Chen. Smoking and Labor Market Outcomes: Empirical Evidence from Taiwan, presented at Population Association of America Annual Meetings, Dallas, TX, U.S.A., April, 2010.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “Do Supplemental Online Recorded Lectures Help Students Learn Microeconomics?” presented at Allied Social Science Association Annual Meetings, Atlanta, GA, U.S.A., January 2010.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang and Jennjou Chen. “Smoking, Obesity and Labor Market Outcomes” presented at Chunghua Association of Public Finance Annual Meeting, Taipei, December 2008.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang. “Modifiable Health Risk Factors and Medical Expenditures – the Case of Taiwan.” the 6th World Congress on Health Economics, Copenhagen, Demark. July 2007.
  • Chen, Jennjou, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “Class Attendance and Exam Performance: A Randomized Experiment.” presented at The Society of Labor Economists 2006 Annual Meeting, Cambridge, MA, U.S.A., May 2006.
  • Kenkel, Donald, Tsui-Fang Lin, Shinichi Sakata and Joseph Terza. “Care-Giver Advice as a Preventive Measure for Drinking During Pregnancy: Zeros, Categoric Outcome Responses, Endogeneity and Weighted Sampling.” presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Econometrics Group, Evanston, Illinois, October 2004.
  • Kenkel, Donald, and Tsui-Fang Lin. “The Impact of Pregnancy and Taxes on Women’s Alcohol Use.” presented at the workshop on “The Social Cost of Alcohol Abuse,” Neuchatel, Switzerland, October 2003.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, and Jennjou Chen. “Custodial Fathers: Do They Work More or Fewer Hours?” presented at the Population Association of America 2002 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, May 2002.
  • Lin, Tsui-Fang, and Donald Kenkel. “Investment in Infants’ Health: the Case of Secondhand Smoke Exposure.” presented at the Population Association of America 2002 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, May 2002.