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Course Detail

Standard Academic Year
Course delivery methods
Social studies
College of Social Science
Course Offering Year
Course Offering Month
September - January
Weekday and Period
Thursday 8,9
Course Number

Seminar on Asian Regionalism National Taiwan University

Course Overview

Dr. Su is now Jean Monnet Chair Professor at National Taiwan University and the Director General of the European Union Centre in Taiwan. He has also served as President of ECSA Taiwan (European Community Studies Association Taiwan) since January 2015, Member of Council of Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe since November 2003 and Member of European Academy of Science and Liberal Arts since May 2015. He is also the chief editor of Book Series on EU Studies in Taiwan and Taiwan Political Science Review. He got his Ph. D. of International History of University Paris-Sorbonne after he had obtained a Master of EC Law of University Pantheon-Sorbonne, a Master of Diplomacy and International Law of National Cheng-Chi University and a BA of National Taiwan University. His expertise is on the European Union Studies, EU-Asian relations and Asian regionalism. His current research focuses on public diplomacy and regional cooperation.

- Guest Speaker: Mr. Roland Schwinn

Roland Schwinn is the CEO of Eurex Clearing Asia and Head of Business Development for Asia, Pacific and the Middle East for Eurex, the derivatives market of the Deutsche Boerse Group. He joined Eurex in 2007 as Head of Business Research until he took over the business development role for the Asia Pacific region in July 2007. He is also the founding director of Deutsche Boerse Asia Holding and Eurex Clearing Asia and since July 2015 he acts as the Chief Executive officer of Eurex Clearing Asia in Singapore.

Proposed speeches by Mr. Roland Schwinn

A 1. An European Enterprise in Asian financial markets: Opportunities and Challenges

2. An European enterprise in Asian financial markets: Case studies in India, China, Taiwan, Singapore and Korea

B 3. "Ever fast changing financial markets in Asia".

4. Revolution with FinTech in Asia

Learning Achievement

This seminar aims to equip students with knowledge of institutional and political dimensions of Asian regionalism and its role in world and regional politics. It is an English teaching seminar.


Course prerequisites

*Restrict to 3rd-year and above.

Grading Philosophy

Course schedule

Course type

Online Course Requirement


Hung-Dah Su

Other information

Department of Political Science,
Graduate Institute of Political Science,
Program for East Asian Studies

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