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Ph.D. - Economics University of California, Riverside
I received a Bachelor Degree in Economics in 1991 from Beijing University of Technology, China. I received a Master Degree in Economics in 2000 from University of California, Riverside. I received a Ph. D. Degree in Economics in 2002 from University of California, Riverside.
Area(s) of Expertise:
China economy, applied econometrics, applied macroeconometrics
Awards and Honors:
2018 Summer Scholar Award recipient for summer 2018 of the School of Arts and Sciences at Providence College School of Arts and Sciences at Providence College
Committee on Aid to Faculty Research (CAFR) Award recipient for the 2018-2019 academic year at Providence College Providence College
Graduate Student Association Award Mini Grant GSA, UCR
Honor for Superior Services as Teaching Assistant to "Research across the Curriculum." College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, UCR.
Dong, F. (2017) Testing the Marshall-Lerner Condition between the U.S. and Other G7 Member Countries. North American Journal of Economics and Finance.(40), 30–40.
Dong, F. (2014) The Impact of Economic Openness on Standard of Living and Income Inequality in Eight Countries. Emerging Markets Review.(21 ), 234–264.
Dong, F. Chauvet, M. (2007) In T. Nagakawa (Ed.), Increased Stabilization and the G7 Business Cycles. New York:
Dong, F. Chauvet, M. (2004) Leading Indicators of Country Risk and Currency Crises: The Asian Experience. Economic Review.(89), 25-37.
Dong, F. . Western Economic Association International, Portland, OR - "Paper: Testing the Marshall-Lerner Condition: Cointegration in Models with Regime Shifts; Discussant: Topics in International Trade I" July, 2010
Dong, F. Annual Meeting. Southwestern Economics Association and Southwestern Social Sciences Association, New Orleans, Louisiana - "" March, 2005Detailed CV