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Wan-Hsin Liu – Researcher with a differentiated Perspective

Wan-Hsin Liu
Wan-Hsin Liu from Taiwan researches at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy

In auditing and accounting, the world is often rendered too simply, Wan-Hsin Liu thinks. Numbers often speak a clear language: good or bad. But I don’t have much use for such strict black-and-white thinking,” says Liu, looking back on her studies. The 41-year-old Taiwanese studied accounting in her country of birth. When she minored in economics, she realized, “I can do more with that.”

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