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Mr. Feng Dai
 
Highest Degree: M.Sc. in System Engineering from National University of Defense Technology, China
 
Institute: Zhengzhou Information Engineering University, China
 
Area of Interest: Economics
  •   Economic Management
  •   Decision Making
  •   Decision Evaluation
  •   Macroeconomic Modeling
 
URL: http://livedna.org/86.313
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Dai, F., J. Liu and L. Liang, 2013. Industry segmentation under environmental pressure: An optimal approach. Technol. Econ. Dev. Econ., 19: S524-S543.
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2:   Dai, F., J. Qi and L. Liang, 2011. Socio-economic development model based on stochastic advance-retreat course: An analysis on US economy in recent 70 years. Int. J. Social Econ., 38: 416-437.
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3:   Dai, F., L. Liang and S. Wu, 2013. Money supply and economic growth under environmental pressure: The strategy for re-growth. Int. J. Monetary Econ. Finance, 6: 55-80.
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4:   Dai, F., L. Liang and X. Li, 2013. Economic policy and investment strategy under environmental pressure: An analytic approach. Am. J. Humanities Soc. Sci., 1: 37-50.
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5:   Dai, F., S. Wu and L. Liang, 2013. Development power: The potential dynamics in economic process. Int. J. Econ. Finance Manage. Sci., 1: 25-37.
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6:   Dai, F., S. Wu and L. Liang, 2014. Capital and innovation aggregation with environmental pressure: An optimal evolution. Cogent Econ. Finance, Vol. 2. 10.1080/23322039.2014.988401.
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7:   Dai, F., S. Wu, L. Liang and Z. Qin, 2015. Bilateral trade under environmental pressure: Balanced growth. J. Ind. Competit. Trade. 10.1007/s10842-015-0205-9.
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8:   Dai, F., X. Li and L. Liang, 2016. Long-term economic growth under environmental pressure: An optimal path. Q. Rev. Econ. Finance, 59: 15-24.
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9:   Feng, D. and J. Liu, 2007. The golden growth model and management strategy in macroeconomic structure. Int. J. Manage. Sci. Eng. Manage., 2: 3-22.
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10:   Feng, D., J. Liu and L. Liu, 2009. Balance conditions and control strategies for economic growth: Economic advance-retreat course analysis. Int. J. Manage. Sci. Eng. Manage., 4: 20-38.
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11:   Feng, D., J. Liu, L. Liang and Y. Zhong, 2007. Boating against the current and the market game strategies in new product development: Economic advance-retreat course analysis. Int. J. Manage. Sci. Eng. Manage., 2: 197-220.
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12:   Feng, D., Y. Sun and S. Wu, 2008. The structure models for futures options pricing and related researches. IUP J. Applied Eco., 9: 61-76.
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13:   Feng, D.A.I. and Z. Qin, 2004. DF structure models for options pricing. ICFAI J. Applied Eco., 4: 61-77.
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14:   Feng, D.A.I., S.U.N. Baohua and J. Sun, 2004. Derivative process model of development power in industry: Empirical research and forecast for chinese software industry and US economy. China USA Bus. Rev., 3: 1-12.
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15:   Feng, D.A.I., Z. Qin and W. Wang, 2005. Analysis for economical states and economic evolvement based on development power. China USA Bus. Rev., 4: 1-14.
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