Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research

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The Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER; Chinese: 中華經濟研究院; pinyin: Zhōnghuá Jīngjì Yánjiùyuàn) is a Taiwan-based international policy think tank for economic and industry-related research. It was established in 1981 in response to the severance of diplomatic relations between Taiwan (Republic of China) and the U.S. in 1979. It conducts both public research and fee-supported research.

Organizational structure[edit]

  • The First Research Division
  • The Second Research Division
  • The Third Research Division
  • The Center for Economic Forecasting
  • Taiwan WTO and RTA Center
  • The Center for Financial and Economic Strategies
  • The Regional Development Study Center
  • The Center for Energy and Environmental Research
  • The Center for Science and Technology Policy Evaluation and Research
  • The Taiwan ASEAN Studies Center
  • The Center for Small and Medium Enterprise Research
  • The Japan Center Sub-Committee
  • The Center for Green Economy
  • Secretarial Section
  • Library
  • Data Processing Office
  • Publication Office

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