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Yee-Tien (Ted) Fu
BS (IE) '84 CYCU; MS (IEOR) '89 Virginia Tech; MS (Statistics) '91 Stanford; Ph.D. (EESOR) '96 Stanford. National Cheng-Chi '97-present; Stanford '98-present.
Dr. Fu studied Statistics and Engineering-Economic Systems and Operations
Research (EES&OR) at Stanford. He is
currently an Associate Professor with the College of Commerce, National Cheng-Chi University, Taiwan, ROC.
He teaches finance & investment, economics, information technology and quantitative methods courses at
undergraduate, masters, executive, and Ph.D. levels. In the summer of 1997,
he was a faculty leader for the Stanford American Language and Culture
Program, which aims to foster greater cross-cultural understanding between
students from Taiwan and the United States. In the summers of 1998 and 1999,
he offered a course in the
at Stanford. Starting from 2000, he offers the same course in the newly formed
Management Science & Engineering department. His interest in Investment Science and International Investments was inspired by the courses
he took from Professor Luenberger and the other Professors in EES, OR, STAT, IE, GSB, and ECON at Stanford.
Dr. Fu's research interests reside in the interdisciplinary application of the portable quantitative concepts embraced in management science core courses and their spin-offs. He is currently studying foreign investment strategies (e.g., foreign direct investments between developed and emerging economies), and the interaction between international finance disturbances and current global supply-chain optimizing practices. His research sample is largely drawn from multinational companies in the high-tech manufacturing sector. In addition, he specializes in the entry and harvesting strategies of a variety of industries (e.g., fast food and beverage industries, business district construction industries) that are actively engaged in the emerging markets.