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LU Feng

Professor and Vice Dean of National School of Development
Peking University
Director of China Macroeconomic Reseach Center

Email:fenglu@nsd.pku.edu.cn

Office Phone Number:+86-10-62751599

 

Research Interests

Chinese Agricultural Economy

Chinese Economic Development, Open Macroeconomics

 

Education Background

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Leeds, UK, 1994

M.A. in Economics, Renmin University of China, 1985

B.A. in Law, Renmin University of China, 1982

 

Experiences

Feb 2003- Aug 2003

Visiting Scholar, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University

 

Aug 1996- Nov 1996

Visiting Scholar, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, the Australian National University

 

Sep 1994-Oct 1995

Assistant Professor, The Department of Economics, University of Leeds

 

Jan 1989-Sep 1989

Visiting Scholar, SUSSEX

 

Jul 1987- Jan 1989

Instructor, The Department of Economics, China Renmin University

 

Jul 1985- July 1987

Assistant Professor, The Department of Economics, China Renmin University

 

Books Published

《经济学原理(中国版)》,北京大学出版社2002年版
《商业世界的经济学观察——管理经济学案例及点评》,北京大学出版社2003年
《半周期改革:我国粮棉流通改革和食物安全研究》,北京大学出版社2004年
《服务外包的经济学分析——产品内分工视角》北京大学出版社2007年

 

Recent Research Papers

Feng Lu, Yuanfang Li “China’s Factor in Recent Global Commodity Price and Shipping Freight Volatilities” China Economic Journal Vol.1, Issue 3, December, 2009.

 

Feng Lu, Yuanfang Li “China’s Factor in Recent Global Commodity Price and Shipping Freight Volatilities” CCER Discussion Paper Series (English) No. E2009007. Dec. 15, 2009.

 

“Profitability of China’s industrial firms (1978-2006)” China Economic Journal Vol.1, Issue 1, pp. 1-31, February, 2008.

 

“Cotton trade polity at a crossroads” Cotton Outlook, Special Feature December 2006, pp. 12-16.

 

“A research on China’s long-term rice prices (1644-2000)”, with Peng Kaixiang, Frontiers of Economic in China, (2006) 4, pp. 465-520.

 

“Is there an oversupply of grain” in Liu Shouying and Luo Dan (ed.,) Can China Feed Itself? --- Chinese Scholars on China’s Food Issue, pp. 172-188, Foreign Languages Press, 2004.

 

“Free trade area: Awakening regionalism in East Asia” Discussion Paper Series in English, No. E2003010, October 20, 2003.

 

“China’s WTO accession: Impact on its agricultural sector and grain policy”, in Kyung Tae Lee, Justin Yifu Lin and Si Joong Kim (ed.): China’s Integration with the World Economy: Repercussions of China’s Accession to the WTO, pp. 189-218, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, Seoul, Korea, 2001.

 

“Regional pattern of the impact from China’s WTO accession on its agricultural sector” in Ippei Yamazawa and Ken-ichi Imai (ed.) China Enters WTO: Pursuing Symbiosis with the Global Economy, pp. 56-76, Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization, 2001, Japan. 

 

“China’s grain economy and trade policy”, in S.Cook, S, Yao and J.Zhuang (ed.)

 

“The Chinese Economy under Transition” pp. 180-197, Macmillan Press Ltd., 2000, London.

 

“An evaluation of adjustments to the grain trade policy and the risks involved in grain embargo” Social Sciences in China, Vol. XXI, NO. 1, Spring 2000, pp. 36-48.

 

“Grain versus food: a hidden issue in China’s food policy debate”, World Development Vol. 26, No. 9, pp. 1641-1652, 1998. USA

 

"Comparative advantage of grain production and grain import policy in China", Journal of International Development. Vol. 5, No. 3,  pp. 275-289, 1993. UK

 

“Output data on animal products in China: How much are they overstated ------ An assessment of Chinese statistics for meat, eggs and aquatic products” Working Paper Series (English) No. E1998004,July 1998.

 

“China’s grain and food sector: prospects and policy issues” in Shigeru Itoga (ed.) APEC: Cooperation for sustainable development, pp. 81-126, Institute of Development Economies, Japan 1998.

 

“China’s grain trade policy and its domestic grain economy”, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University, Working Paper Series (English) No. E1997002, May 1997.

 

“Feed demand and its impact on grain economy in China”, Agricultural policies in China, pp. 208-213, Published by OECD Paris, 1997.

 

“Comparative advantage and China’s food trade pattern: A third option for China’s food policy adjustment”, Agricultural policies in China, pp. 255-271. Published by OECD Paris, 1997.

 

“Grain versus food: a hidden issue in China’s food policy debate”, Economic Division Working Papers (East Asia), 1996/2, RSPAS, ANU, Australia.

 

“Agricultural policies, markets and trade in China(1996)”,  Agricultural policies, markets and trade in transition economies---Monitoring and evolution 1996 , Published by OECD Paris, 1997.

 

"China's Net Grain Import (1960-1989)", The School of Business and Economic Studies, Leeds University, Discussion Paper Series No. 07/95, 1995, UK.