- Insurance Law
- Financial Regulation
- Regulatory Theories
- Comparative Law
Yung-Cheng Lin joined the Penn Carey Law S.J.D. program in 2023, following the completion of his LLM degree at the same institution. Under the guidance of Professor Baker, Yung-Cheng’s research concentrates on insurance regulation. Specifically, he is examining the effects of various regulatory methods on the efficiency of insurance oversight. His studies further encompass related fields such as insurance contract law, financial regulations, and comparative law. Prior to joining Penn, Yung-Cheng garnered years of legal experience in Taiwan. He served as an associate attorney at PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal Taiwan, focusing on financial legal services, and as an assistant researcher at Taiwan’s financial regulatory agency, overseeing the compulsory automobile insurance system.
Yung-Cheng, Lin, “How Could Insurance Regulations Reshape the Financial Landscape of Renewable Energy? 7th Asian International Economic Law Network Conference, December 2021.
Yung-Cheng, Lin & Chia-Ching, Chiu,“Review of the Development of the Volcker in the United States: Is There a Need to Separate Commercial and Investment Banking in Taiwan?” FT Law Review, June 2020.
Awards & Fellowships
- The Ministry of Education (Taiwan) Scholarship (2019)
- KHL Capital (Taiwan) Scholarship (2021)