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Feng DONG 

Associate Professor

Department of Economics

School of Economics and Management

Tsinghua University


FengDONG_CV.pdf


Phone : (86) 10-62797610

Email: dongfeng@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn 

Office: Room 525, Weilun Building

Office Hour: Monday, 8:00-11:00 am (by email appointment)





 

Professor Feng DONG earned his B.A. in Management from School of Information Resources Management at Renmin University of China in 2006, M.A. in Economics from China Center for Economic Research (CCER, now National School of Development) at Peking University in 2009, and Ph.D. in Economics from Washington University in St. Louis in 2014.


His Personal Website:  fengdongecon.weebly.com


His research interests mainly consists of Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Production and Financial Networks, and Chinese Economy.


Editorial service: associate editor of Economic Modelling (SSCI) since September 2019.


Referee service: B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, Canadian Journal of Economics, China Economic Review, Economic Modelling, Economic Theory, European Economic Review, International Review of Economics & Finance, Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Macroeconomics, Macroeconomic Dynamics, Review of Economic Design, Review of Economic Dynamics, Singapore Economic Review, 经济学季刊,中国工业经济



Research Interest: Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Production and Financial Networks, Chinese Economy.


Personal Website: https://fengdongecon.weebly.com/


Publications in English

  1. 1. Asset Bubbles and Monetary Policy, with Jianjun Miao (Boston University) and Pengfei Wang (Peking University and HKUST), Review of Economic Dynamics, forthcoming;

  2. 2. Adverse Selection and Self-Fulfilling Business Cycles, with Jess Benhabib (New York University) and Pengfei Wang (HKUST), Journal of Monetary Economics, 2018, Volume 94, pp.114-130;

  3. 3. Long and Plosser Meet Bewley and Lucas: Monetary Policy in Production Networks, with Yi Wen (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis), Journal of Monetary Economics, 2019, Volume 102, pp.70-92;

  4. 4. Cycles of Credit Expansion and Misallocation: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, with Zhiwei Xu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), Journal of Economic Theory, 2020, Vol. 186;

  5. 5. The Perils of Credit Booms, with Jianjun Miao (Boston University) and Pengfei Wang (HKUST), Economic Theory, 2018, Volume 66, Issue 4, pp.819–861;

  6. 6. Credit Search and Credit Cycles, with Pengfei Wang (Peking University and HKUST) and Yi Wen (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis), Economic Theory, 2016, Volume 61, Issue 2, pp.215–239;

  7. 7. A Model of Secular Migration from Centralized to Decentralized Trade, with Zhifeng Cai (Rutgers University), Economic Theoryforthcoming;

  8. 8. A Search-Based Model of Capital Reallocation, with Pengfei Wang (Peking University and HKUST) and Yi Wen (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis), European Economic Reviewforthcoming;


Working Papers in English under R&R

  1. 1. Aggregate Implications of Financial Frictions for Unemployment, R&R;

  2. 2. Flight to What: Dissecting Liquidity Shortage in the Financial Crisis, with Yi Wen (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis), R&R;

  3. 3. Bubbly Bitcoin, with Zhiwei Xu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) and Yu Zhang (Peking University), R&R;

  4. 4. Economic Slowdown and Housing Dynamics in China: A Tale of Two Investments by Firms, with Yumei Guo (Central University of Finance and Economics), Yuchao Peng (Central University of Finance and Economics) and Zhiwei Xu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), R&R;


Publications in Chinese

  1. 1. 董丰、申广军、焦阳,去杠杆的分配效应:来自中国工业部门的证据,《经济学季刊》,2020年02期;

  2. 2. 邓燕飞、董丰、徐迎风、冯文伟,价格刚性、异质性预期和通货膨胀动态,《管理世界》,2017年09期;


Working Papers in Chinese

  1. 1. 董丰、许志伟,刚性泡沫:基于动态一般均衡的分析,合作者:许志伟,修改再送审

  2. 2. 陆毅、贾珅、董丰理解新时代中国经济增长的新视角,送审中;

  3. 3. 许志伟、董丰僵尸企业、信贷错配与宏观系统风险合作者:许志伟,送审中

  4. 4. 李小胜、董丰、熊琛,金融开放、金融摩擦与中国宏观经济波动,送审中;