Hsu, Kuang-Chung (Glenn)

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics

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  • Office Hours:

    TR 8-9:30 a.m. & 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

    Additional times available by appointment.

     

     

Short Biography

Kuang-Chung (Glenn) Hsu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics and International Business. He teaches Principle of Business Statistics, Intermediate Microeconomics, and Applied Research and Analysis Tools. Prior to joining UCO, he was an Assistant Professor at Alverno College, Milwaukee, WI. His research activities have focused on issues of international outsourcing & offshoring and its impacts on labor markets. His works are appeared in journals such as Review of International Economics, The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development and The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. He received the 2011 UCO On-Campus grant and was the winner of Best Research Award in the 34th annual meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance (AEF). .

Education

Ph.D., Texas A&M University - College Station (2007) M.S., National Taiwan University (1999) B.S., National Chung-Hsing University (1997)

Publications

Does Outsourcing Always Benefit Skilled Labor? Review of International Economics, 2011, Vol. 19 (3): 539-554.

Nonlinear effects of monetary policy on stock returns in a smooth transition autoregressive model (with Hui-Chu Chiang), The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 2011, Vol. 51 (4).

Threshold Effects in the Relationship between Exchange-Rate Volatility and Exports: Evidence from U.S. Exports (with Hui-Chu Chiang), The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, 2011, Vol. 20 (1):113-128.

The Impact of Opening Direct Shipping Links and Investment between Taiwan and China on the Asia-Pacific Region (with Yungho Weng and Shih-Hsun Hsu), 2001 Taiwan Economic Association Annual Conference Proceedings, 2001, 95-120.

Awards

2011 On-Campus Grant receiver. 2007 Best Research Award in the 34th annual meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance (AEF).