Division of National Defense Resources and Industries

Defense economy is one of important policies for modern countries. Many of today's technologies that promote global economic growth come from military innovation. The combination of the Internet and cyber space is one of the most obvious examples of the development. On the other hand, several commercial products and technologies also have the potential to be used for security and defense.

Three factors create challenges to Taiwan's national defense: a limited defense budget, increasing cost of equipment, and the diversity of national security threats. Such threats range from virtual domains to the physical world, combining traditional and non-traditional security into a composite battle. The paradox situation makes it difficult for political and military elites to make decisions.

In fact, manufacturing, the shipbuilding, information, and energy industry all have vast potential and abilities to support national defense readiness. Our mission is to integrate industry, resources, and technology to meet the needs of defense and security

Tzu-Yun Su Associate Research Fellow 23312360 ext. 731
Hsiao-Huang Shu Assistant Research Fellow 23312360 ext. 732
Daphne Shiow-Wen Wang Postdoctoral Fellow 23312360 ext. 734
Jui-Min Hung Postdoctoral Fellow 23312360 ext. 735
Oddis Jung-Feng Tsai Policy Analyst 23312360 ext. 736