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1 108/1 產經系 劉家樺 副教授 期刊論文 發佈 Early Marriage in Taiwan: Evidence from Panel Data , [108-1] :Early Marriage in Taiwan: Evidence from Panel Data期刊論文Early Marriage in Taiwan: Evidence from Panel DataTsui-O Tai; Chin-Chun Yi; Chia-Hua Liuearly marriage;postconception;preconceptionJournal of Family Issues 40(14), p.1989-2014Using data from the TYP (Taiwan Youth Project) panel survey, we examine factors associated with early marriages in Taiwan and the subsequent risks for negative outcomes in family life and career trajectories. About 7% of Taiwanese people marry early, that is, before the age of 28 years. Among those who marry early, more than 60% report the birth of a child within the first 8 months of marriage (i.e., they form postconception “shotgun” marriages). Compared with the never married respondents, individuals in both preconception and postconception early marriages are likely to come from families of low socioeconomic status. Nonworking young adults and those experiencing parental divorce or parental death during adolescence are at higher risk of entering postconcepti
2 103/2 亞洲所 蔡青龍 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Domestic Impacts of Outward FDI in Taiwan: Evidence from Panel Data of Manufacturing Firms , [103-2] :Domestic Impacts of Outward FDI in Taiwan: Evidence from Panel Data of Manufacturing Firms期刊論文Domestic Impacts of Outward FDI in Taiwan: Evidence from Panel Data of Manufacturing FirmsLiu, Wen-Hsien (Lewis); Tsai, Pan-long; Tsay, Ching-lungInternational Review of Economics and Finance 39, pp.469-484.en_US1059-0560國外Liu, Wen-Hsien否USA
3 99/1 統計系 楊 文 副教授 期刊論文 發佈 What Caused the Soaring Non-Performing Loans in Taiwan from the Late 1990s to the Beginning of 2000s? Evidence from Panel Data of Domestic Banks , [99-1] :What Caused the Soaring Non-Performing Loans in Taiwan from the Late 1990s to the Beginning of 2000s? Evidence from Panel Data of Domestic Banks期刊論文What Caused the Soaring Non-Performing Loans in Taiwan from the Late 1990s to the Beginning of 2000s? Evidence from Panel Data of Domestic BanksLiu, Yi-Cheng; Yang, Wen淡江大學國際企業學系Non-performing loans;Banking Crisis;Panel Data;Taiwan新北市:淡江大學International Journal of Information and Management Sciences 21(3), pp.227-246This study investigates the causes of soaring non-performing loans (NPLs) in Taiwan so as to prevent its reoccurrence. Five economic and financial factors are employed to examine their impacts on the increasing NPLs which led to the banking crisis in the late 1990s and the early 2000s. Empirical evidence indicates that financial deregulation, soundness of bank management, and changes in land prices have significant impacts on the financial instability in Taiwan by applying both Hierarchical Cluster Analysis and Panel Data Analysi
4 99/1 國企系 劉一成 副教授 期刊論文 發佈 What Caused the Soaring Non-Performing Loans in Taiwan from the Late 1990s to the Beginning of 2000s? Evidence from Panel Data of Domestic Banks , [99-1] :What Caused the Soaring Non-Performing Loans in Taiwan from the Late 1990s to the Beginning of 2000s? Evidence from Panel Data of Domestic Banks期刊論文What Caused the Soaring Non-Performing Loans in Taiwan from the Late 1990s to the Beginning of 2000s? Evidence from Panel Data of Domestic BanksLiu, Yi-Cheng; Yang, Wen淡江大學國際企業學系Non-performing loans;Banking Crisis;Panel Data;Taiwan新北市:淡江大學International Journal of Information and Management Sciences 21(3), pp.227-246This study investigates the causes of soaring non-performing loans (NPLs) in Taiwan so as to prevent its reoccurrence. Five economic and financial factors are employed to examine their impacts on the increasing NPLs which led to the banking crisis in the late 1990s and the early 2000s. Empirical evidence indicates that financial deregulation, soundness of bank management, and changes in land prices have significant impacts on the financial instability in Taiwan by applying both Hierarchical Cluster Analysis and Panel Data Analysi
5 92/1 企管系 李雅婷 副教授 期刊論文 發佈 The productivity effects of employee stock-ownership plans: Evidence from panel data of Taiwan electronic companies , [92-1] :The productivity effects of employee stock-ownership plans: Evidence from panel data of Taiwan electronic companies期刊論文The productivity effects of employee stock-ownership plans: Evidence from panel data of Taiwan electronic companies李雅婷; Lee, Ya-ting淡江大學企業管理學系Studies; Employee stock ownership plans; ESOP; Effects; Productivity; Management science; Electronics industryInternational Journal of ManagementInternational Journal of Management 20(4) , pp.479-489I report the results for Taiwan electronic firms on the effects of employee stock-ownership plans (ESOP's) by estimating production functions using panel data. I find that the introduction of an ESOP will lead to a 4-5 percent increase in productivity; this productivity payoff takes 3-4 years. Also, these results are independent of the particular specification of production technology.tku_id: 000090688;Made available in DSpace on 2009-11-30T04:34:33Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 : 118 bytes, checksum: 5d7f90896d47d6bd3f35871ed360
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