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Legal Research & Resource Development Center
Legal Researcher
Chen, Ming
Legal Research & Resource Development Center
Legal Researcher
Chen, Ming

Chen Ming serves as a legal researcher in the Science & Technology Law Institute (STLI) for the Institute for Information Industry (III). He specializes in areas such as International Tax Law and Taxpayers Rights Protection also focusing on the impact of government legislation and regulation on SME. His research interests include international tax law and the digital competition policy.


.Doctoral Student of Law, National Cheng Kung University.
.Master of Science and Technology Law, National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
.Exchange students, College of Law, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, China.
.Exchange students, Economic Law of Law School, Wuhan University, China.
.Bachelor of Law, Ming Chuan University, Taiwan.


.Institute for Information Industry / Science & Technology Law Institute Deputy General Director(September 10, 2018- )


.Chen, Ming, The Research of Integrated Housing and Land Income Tax - Focus on Land Value Increment Legal Mechanism (2017) (National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology).

.Chen Ming, " Digital Market Competition Policy and Economic Order: Reflections on EU Digital Market Law", Cheng Kung Law Review, Vol. 45, 1 (2023).
.Chen Ming, "Study of the Authorization Measures Draft (Amendment) of the Act for the Development of Biotech and Pharmaceutical Industry", Science and Technology Law Review, vol. 34, No. 22, 23 (2022).
.Chen Ming, "The Perspective and positioning of SMEs under the EU Digital Market Law (Draft)." Editorial Board of Science and Technology Law Journal, Vol. 13, 171 (2021).
.Chen Ming, "Competitive Challenges and Responses in the Digital Advertising Market: An Observation of programmatic Advertising Technology," Science and Technology Law Review, vol. 33, No. 4, 65 (2021).
.Chen Ming, "Study on Investment Tax Credits - A Case of Japan's wage and productivity tax regime," Science and Technology Law Review, vol. 31, No. 8, 20 (2019).