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Culture Shift: Banks' Roadmap to Survival

By Olga Rakhmanina / 2019.09 The Taiwan Banker NO.117

To paraphrase the famous opening lines of Charles Dickens’s novel ‘A Tale of Two Cities’, consumers of financial services are now ex.. more

MMT: The End of Economics?

By David Stinson / 2019.09 The Taiwan Banker NO.117

Suppose a certain amount of the workforce is diverted for a year to work on some large public works project, which is financed by government debt. Ten.. more

Are Hong Kong's Best Days Behind It?

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2019.08 The Taiwan Banker NO.116

In the recent anti-extradition protests in Hong Kong, a large proportion of the city’s residents took to the streets to express their deep misgi.. more

Computer Says No: The Darker Side of Artificial Intelligence

By Olga Rakhmanina / 2019.08 The Taiwan Banker NO.116

Widely expected to have major transformative influence on improving financial inclusion for less fortunate and enhancing efficiencies for businesses, .. more

China Still Has Use for Hong Kong

By David Stinson / 2019.08 The Taiwan Banker NO.116

China never intended for its regionalized economic model to become a permanent arrangement. Although Hong Kong was controlled by the UK at the time, i.. more

Financial Growth Requires Housing Justice

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2019.07 The Taiwan Banker NO.115

With the help of the government, urban renewal is finally back in the spotlight. The “three urban renewal laws” (the Urban Renewal Act, S.. more


By Olga Rakhmanina / 2019.07 The Taiwan Banker NO.115

Diversity in the boardroom has become a prerequisite for effective company governance.No longer viewed as simply ‘nice to have’, the conce.. more

In trade war, China loses America

By Matthew Fulco / 2019.07 The Taiwan Banker NO.115

When the People's Republic of China was founded in 1949, it marked a dramatic victory for the Chinese Communists and a crushing defeat for their oppon.. more

What Have American Banks Learned from the Outsourcing Fad?

By David Stinson / 2019.07 The Taiwan Banker NO.115

The call center industry has now survived one assassination attempt. In the 1990s, it was the poster child for corporations hoping to profit from lab.. more

Taiwan Must Optimize the Utilization of its Abundant Capital

By Hank Huang (黃崇哲) / 2019.06 The Taiwan Banker NO.114

As the Sino-U.S. trade war has escalated, the dispute has gradually expanded from tariffs to competition in key industries. Starting last year, Taiwa.. more