Mr. Feng  Dai

Mr. Feng Dai

Professor
Zhengzhou Information Engineering University, China


Highest Degree
M.Sc. in System Engineering from National University of Defense Technology, China

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Biography

Mr. Feng Dai is currently working as Faculty member of Zhengzhou Information Engineering University, China. He has completed his M.Sc. in System Engineering from National University of Defense Technology, China. His main area of interest focuses on Economics, Economic Management, Decision Making, Decision Evaluation, and Macroeconomic Modeling. He has 15 publications in journals as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Economics
100%
Economic Management
62%
Decision Making
90%
Decision Evaluation
75%
Macroeconomic Modeling
55%

Selected Publications

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  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. 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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  13. 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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  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. and Z. Qin, 2004. DF structure models for options pricing. ICFAI J. Applied Eco., 4: 61-77.
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