Po-Wen joined the team of Education & Labour in 2017. He focuses on the career mobility of UK labour market. His research predominantly focuses on applied econometrics. He has wide research interest including labour economics, education economics, environmental economics, taxation, public economics and elderly economics. He is extremely well experienced in working with various UK datasets (including BHPS, LFS, Understanding Society, Living Cost and Food Survey, …etc.), and has skills in integrating various datasets. Additionally, he is capable in the spatial econometrics. In the past, he has involved many projects from various sources including the ESRC, Taiwanese Government, NHS, EPSRC, and Varkey Foundation, and has published research outputs in international peer reviewed journals.
- PhD in Economics, University of Essex
- MSc in Economics (Distinction), University of Essex
- MSc in Public Finance, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
- BSc in Public Finance, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
2017- Present Economist, NIESR
2012-2016 Research Assistant ( ESRC granted), University of Essex
2006-2007 Editorial Assistant, Cross-Strait Interflow Prospect Foundation.
2006-2007 Teaching Assistant: Social Sciences Research Methods
2005-2007 Research Assistant, Taiwan Study Center at National Chengchi University