This article uses the statistical data to summary the recent development and further perspectives of management education and management research in Taiwan. Management education in Taiwan has three origins: basic business education for entry level staffs starting from the period of Japan rule, college level business education starting from 1950s, and MBA education starting from 1960s. The article discusses the different origins of Taiwan management education and briefly introduces the management education development in 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. Then, we discuss the recent development (1998-2007) of management education and management research in Taiwan. Based on the statistical data, the current article obtains the following observations: Firstly, the management education in Taiwanese universities is diversified, that cultivate generalize talents as well as specialize business professionals for business, management, and public administration activities for a variety of industries and professional fields. Second, prior to 1990, junior college was the place to train the entry level staffs for business and management activities. Currently, most entry level staffs of business and management received four year college education. Besides, in the master level education, there are some twelve thousand master graduates per year in the recent years. Half of master degree graduates are full time students, while remains are working professionals. The proportion of master students of working professionals increases in the recent year. Fourth, the amount of doctoral graduates reached the peak during 2000s and decreased in the late 2010s. Finally, we found that the amount of published academic articles also reached the peak in 2000s and slightly decreased in 2010s. Both the amount of articles published in international journals and local journals had similar trend. Discussions are also provided for the challenge of the further development of management education and research.