Feng Dai
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Associate Professor of Economics

School of Economics and Trade

Nanjing Audit University

No. 86 West Yushan Road

Pukou District, Nanjing, 211815

Jiangsu Province, P.R. China

Email: maple@nau.edu.cn


Sep.2005June 2009 Ph.D. in Economics, Nanjing University

Sep.2002June 2005 M.A. in Economics, Nanjing University

Sep.1995June 1999 B.A.in Economics, Nanjing Audit University


Aug. 2010- School of Economics, Nanjing Audit University, Associate Professor

Sep. 2014- Nov. 2015 University of California, Los Angeles, Visiting Scholar

Sep. 2013- Nov. 2013 Board of Auditors, United Nations, Chief Auditor of the audit team for UNHQ

May 2011- June 2011 Taiwan Shih HsinUniversity, Visiting Fellow

Oct. 2004- July 2010 School of Economics, Nanjing Audit University, Lecturer

Aug. 1999- Sep. 2004 School of Economics, Nanjing Audit University, Teaching Assistant


International Economics

Business English Correspondence

International Trade Practice


1.Trade and labor market interactions

2.Globalization, poverty and inequality

3.Gains and losses of Sino-US trade



[1]Dai, Feng and Chen, Baizhu. The Effects of US-China Trade on US Employment in the Context of the Global Value Chain Division:A Structural Decomposition Analysis Based on WIOT, Journal of International Trade, 2016 (10):62-73. (in Chinese)

[2]Dai, Feng. Gains or Pains?Effects of US-China trade on US Employment: Based on a WIOT Analysis from 1995 to 2011, IRLE Working Paper, UCLA, 2015, http://escholarship.org/uc/item/7610s7h0.

[3]Dai, Feng. Research on China’s Income Inequality inthe context of Openness, Economic Science Press, 2012. (in Chinese)

[4]Dai,Feng and Sun,Wenyuan, Enhancing the core competence of the corporation in the economic globalization context: from the perspective of value chain, 2013 6th international conference on information management, innovation management and industrial engineering, 2013, vol. 11.

[5]Dai, Feng and Sun, Wenyuan. Openness and Income Inequality of Developing Countries:Based on the comparison of Asia and Latin America from 1960 to 2005, Journal of International Trade, 2012(1): 64-72.Fully reproduced by Theory and Practice of Socialist Economy. Information Center for Social Science of Renmin University of China, 2012, (6). (in Chinese)

[6]Wang, Xuguo, Fan, Conglaiand Dai, Feng. An Empirical Study of the Effects of China’s Capital and Foreign Exchange Flows’ structure on the REER, Journal of Financial Research, 2012(4): 71-83. (in Chinese)

[7]Dai, Feng. Analysis on FDI and Regional Income Inequality of China Based on Factor Endowments: Evidence from Dynamic Panel Data Model, Journal of International Trade, 2010(5): 79-87. (in Chinese)

[8]Dai, Fengand Zhao, Shudong. FDI in Producer Services and Wage Inequality: Theory and Evidence, World Economy Study, 2009(4): 57-62. (in Chinese)

[9]Sun, Wenyuan, Dai, Fengand Chen,Yi. The risk of the implementation of the strategic trade policy in China, Commercial Research, 2009(10): 172-174. (in Chinese)

[10]Dai, Feng. Study on Trade Factors Influencing China’s Income Inequality, Productivity Research, 2008(17): 11-13. (in Chinese)

[11]Wang, Yanli and Dai, Feng. The theory of efficient breach: to Bring, to Criticizeor to Absorb Selectively?, Journal of Xuehai, 2008(3):120-126. (in Chinese)

[12]Dai, Feng,Wang, YanliandJiang, Xiulan. Influences of FDI on the Host Country’s Income Distribution: Based on the Data of China, Journal of International Trade, 2007(9): 87-92. (in Chinese)

[13]Dai, Feng. Trade Liberalization and Income Inequality: A Case of China, World Economy Study, 2005(10): 39-46. (in Chinese)

[14]Dai, Feng, Geng, Limin and Sun, Wenyuan. EmpiricalAnalysis on the Change of Trade Mode between China and ASEAN, Forum of World Economics & Politics, 2005(5): 33-36. (in Chinese)

[15]Dai, Feng and Chen, Yi. Study of the Concept of Scientific Development and the Modern Service Industry inNanjing, Modern Management Science, 2005(11): 71-72. (in Chinese)

[16]Dai, Feng. Empirical Studyon the Relationship between FDI and Development of China’s Services, Journal of International Trade, 2005(3): 64-70. (in Chinese)


[17]Rebalance of the Gains from Sino-US tradein the Context of GVC,China National Philosophy and Social Science Fund Project, Role: PI

[18]Trade, biased technological progress and wage inequality, Philosophy and Social Science FundProject of Jiangsu Province (2013SJB790035), Role: PI

[19]Effects on Employment of the Intra-Product International Division under the Restriction of Unbalanced Regional Development, Youth project of China National Social Science Fund(09CJL033), Role: Co-PI

[20]Trade Liberalization and Income Inequality: an Empirical Studyof China, Academic Research FundProject of Nanjing Audit University (NSK2007/B07), Role: PI

[21]Study on the Distributive Justice under the Condition of Openness, Innovation Fund Project for Graduates of Nanjing University (2005CW03), Role: PI



2013 Third Prize of the First Micro Lecture Contest in Colleges and Universities of Jiangsu Province, Jiangsu Province

2013 Second Prize of the First Micro Lecture Contest, Nanjing Audit University

2011Distinguished Teaching Award, Nanjing Audit University

2011 Second Prize of the Seventh Higher Education Teaching Achievement Award, Nanjing Audit University

2010 Distinguished TeachingAward, Nanjing Audit University

2010 Excellence Award for Teaching Contest, Nanjing Audit University

2006 Outstanding Graduate Scholarship, Nanjing University

2003 Third Prize of Teaching Contest, Nanjing Audit University