|Editor-in-Chief, Jouranl of Marine Science and Technology-Taiwan (SCI, EI)|
|Editor-in-Chief, Jouranl of Marine Science and Technology (EI)|
|Biography:||Dr. Chen-Hsiu Laih is currently a distinguished professor of Transport Economics in Department of Merchant Marine, National Taiwan Ocean University (NTOU), TAIWAN. In addition, he is currently the editor-in-chief (2020.08-) of Journal of Marine Science & Technology-Taiwan (SCI, EI). He received his B.B.A degree from Department of Shipping & Transportation Management, NTOU (1979-1983), and received his Ph.D. degree from the Institute of Socio-Economic Planning, University of Tsukuba, JAPAN (1987-1994). He was the Chairman of Department of Merchant Marine (2002-2005, 2011-2013), and the Dean of College of Maritime Science & Management (2013-2016) in NTOU. He also worked as the editor-in-chief (2005-2008) of Journal of Marine Science & Technology (EI). His research interests include Transport Economics, Congestion Pricing, Bottleneck Queuing Modeling, Shipping Policy, and Maritime Economics & Management.|
The research direction of the Transportation Economics Laboratory is to use the theoretical basis of economics to analyze and solve various problems in transportation. In particular, the topic of congestion/queuing pricing in the port and shipping economics is the research feature of this laboratory. The primary task of this laboratory is to receive a research project grant by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Taiwan, and to publish research papers in SCI/SSCI/TSSCI journals every year.