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Wen-Chung Guo (Dr)

Wen-Chung Guo (Dr)

Commissioner, National Communications Commission, Taiwan

Wen-Chung Guo has been serving as a commissioner since August 2016 but has contributed significantly to deregulation and rate-rebalancing of telecommunications since 1994. More recently, his work has encompassed areas such as price regulation, pay TV network policies, the digital divide, and spectrum auctions in Taiwan. Besides his current position at NCC, Mr Guo is also a professor of economics at National Taipei University.

Mr Guo’s primary areas of research include Internet economics, telecommunications, media economics, and financial economics. His academic research has been published in various international economic journals, such as Journal of Industrial Economics, Economic Theory, and Journal of Media Economics, among others.

He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and PhD of Economics at National Taiwan University.

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