Tsung Hsien Li
Tsung-Hsien Li was born in Taipei (Taiwan) in 1988. He received his bachelor’s degree with a double major in Economics and in Bio-Industry Communication and Development as well as master’s degree in Economics from National Taiwan University. His master’s thesis focused on the design of macro-prudential policies for the Taiwanese economy in a DSGE framework and was awarded the Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award (Macroeconomic Theory) by Taiwan Economic Association. After completing his master’s, he joined the Central Bank of Taiwan in their Econometric Analysis team. To explore the fundamentals of the Taiwanese housing market, his research project at the Bank systemically analyzed the relationship between real sectors and housing sectors in Taiwan over the past 20 years. He also gained research experience while participating in the research project, “The Identification of Domestic Systemically Important Banks (D-SIBs) in Taiwan,” at the Taiwan Clearing House.
His research interests are Monetary Policy, Financial Intermediation in Business Cycle Fluctuations, and Computational Macroeconomics. In his leisure time, he enjoys listening to music and spending time with his family and friends.