Fang Dong

Assistant Professor

Contact Information:


Sullivan Hall 104


Ph.D. - Economics University of California, Riverside

Brief Biography

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. I received a Ph. D. Degree in Economics in 2002 from University of California at Riverside.

Area(s) of Expertise:

China economy, applied econometrics, applied macroeconometrics

Awards and Honors:

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.

Selected Publications:

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.

Selected Presentations:

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, 2005

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