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Sixian Feng Professor

Academic Area: 
  • Monetary Finance
  • Financial Markets and Macroeconomics
Research Interests: 
  • Monetary Finance
  • Financial Markets and Macroeconomics
Bio: 

Sixian Feng, born in Taixing, Jiangsu Province, acts as a Professor of Finance, Doctoral Supervisor, leader of the National Social Science Fund Major Project, communication reviewer, and was selected into Youth Science and Technology Leaders of “333 Project” in Jiangsu Province and Nanjing Normal University “100 Youth Leading Talents”.

Professor Feng has been teaching in Nanjing Normal University since 2000 and received his PH.D. from Nanjing University in 2006. He was rated as Associate Professor and Master’s Supervisor, selected as a senior visiting scholar in the University of Waterloo during 2010-2011, exceptionally promoted to Professor, and Doctoral Supervisor in 2013. Currently, he serves as the member of Nanjing Normal University Undergraduate Teaching Committee, Deputy Director of the Democratic National Construction Association Jiangsu Provincial Finance Committee, and the anonymous reviewer of many authoritative journals, including Financial Research. In recent years, Prof. Feng has published more than 60 papers in first-class academic journals including Economic Research, Financial Research and China Industrial Economics, and 3 monographs in China Financial Publishing House etc. He has taken charge of over 10 projects, including the National Social Science Fund Major/General Projects and the Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Science Fund Projects. He also won scientific research awards of provincial and ministerial levels 3 times, including the Outstanding Achievements of Philosophy and Social Science Award of Jiangsu Province, and others of departmental level over 10 times. In addition, he was awarded the “Top Ten Teaching Prize” of Nanjing Normal University (2006), Outstanding Young Teacher of “Blue Project” in Jiangsu Province (2010), Jiangsu “Young Scholar” (2011), the first prize advisor for the “Challenge Cup” (2015) and the Democratic National Construction Association “National Political Participation Advanced Individual” (2015) etc.

Professor Feng provides long project consulting service for the local governments, financial institutions and listed companies, and has served for many years in the futures companies, security companies, rural commercial banks and other financial enterprises as principal analyst or risk management committee member. Additionally, he has successfully hosted and participated in the restructuring and listing, mergers and acquisitions and strategic planning, finance and investment decision-making and other projects of many enterprises. Apart from that, a number of proposals written by him have been adopted by provincial government and other organizations.

 

Selected Publications

A. Journal Articles

  1. The Exchange Rate and Stock Price Movements: An Empirical Study Based on the Data after the Exchange Rate Reform, Economic Research, 2008 (9): 70-81.
  2. The Mechanism and Demonstration of Forecasting Inflation Trends via Financial Conditions Index - An Analysis Based on the Analysis of China's Monthly Data from 1999 To 2011, China Industrial Economy, 2012 (4): 18-30.
  3. Seeing China's Stock Market Pricing through the Linkage Between China’s Stock Index Futures and the Overseas, Financial Research, 2010 (4): 101-114.
  4. Regional Heterogeneity Effects of Monetary Policy – An Empirical Analysis Based on China's 31 Provinces, China's Industrial Economy, 2011 (6): 36-46.
  5. Financial Supports of Economic Growth Pattern - An Empirical Analysis from the Yangtze River Delta, China Soft Science, 2011 (5): 74-82.
  6. The Impacts of Changes in Real Effective Exchange Rate on China's Import and Export, Quantitative and Technical Economics Research, 2007 (4): 3-13.
  7. The Impact of Exchange Rate Changes on Different Types of Merchandise Import and Export, Quantitative and Technical Economics Research, 2008 (7): 106-117.
  8. Analysis and Countermeasures into Major Shareholders of Listed Companies Occupying Behavior, Reform, 2007 (6): 96-101.
  9. The Impacts of Inflation Expectation Environment on China’s Monetary Policy Effectiveness - An Empirical Analysis Based on LSTR Model, Economic Management, 2012 (11): 133-141.
  10. A Research Review and Outlook on Corporate Political Association Behavior, Foreign Economics and Management, 2012 (12): 63-70. NPC Books and Information Centre Enterprise Management Research, 2013 (3): 55-62.
  11. A Study of China's Monetary Policy Operation Paradigm Under Inflation Targeting, Jiangsu Social Science, 2012 (4): 63-68.
  12. Allocative Efficiency Comparison of Portfolio Management Model: Theory and Evidence, The Eleventh China Economics Annual Conference Selected Papers, 2011.12.9-11.
  13. The Influence of Shadow Banking On Financial Stability in China (English Edition), Journal of Finance and Economics.Jan.2014: 88-98.
  14. Measuring Methods of Inflation Expectations and Applications in China, Economists, 2014 (6): 75-83.
  15. The Game Analysis of Third-Party Payment Institution Regulation, Chinese Economic Issues, 2016 (4).

 

B. Books

  1. Sixian Feng, Fuxin Jiang et al., 2013, Research on Monetary Policy of Managing Inflation and Inflation Expectations, China's Financial Publishing House. 375000 Words.
  2. Jitong Zhang, Sixian Feng, Fuxin Jiang et al., 2011, Growth and Innovation: Policy Research Based on the Growing Environment of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, Social Science Academic Press. 400000 Words.
  3. Fuxin Jiang, Junxi Shen et al., 2009, The Space of Growth – The Comparison of the Change of Economic Growth Pattern between the Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta, People's Publishing House. The Third Author. 352000 Words.

 

Research Projects

  1. Sixian Feng, 2016.7-2019.12, Studies on the Identification, Measurement and Control of China's Mobile Payment Risk (Grant No. 16ajy023), National Social Science Fund Major Project, in progress...  
  2. Sixian Feng, 2013-2016, Studies on Combinatorial Optimization Problems of Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy in China (Grant No. 13YJC790026), Humanities and Social Science Fund Project of Ministry of Education, in application of closing...
  3. Sixian Feng, 2010-2012, Studies on Managing Inflation Expectations and Flexible and Prudent Monetary Policy in China (Grant No. 10CJY064), National Social Science Fund Project, approved closing in advance.
  4. Sixian Feng, 2009-2012, Regional Heterogeneity Research on China's Monetary Policy Transmission in Transition (Grant No. 09YJC790152), Humanities and Social Science Fund Project of Ministry of Education, approved closing in advance.

 

Honors and Awards

  1. Sixian Feng, 2015, “Let Small Micro Enterprises Take Rides of the ‘Harmony’ Express of Internet Finance---A Survey Based on the Yangtze River Delta Region”, the 14th "Challenge Cup" National College Student Extracurricular Academic Science and Technology Work Competition, Special-class Prize of Jiangsu Trials (Advisor), the first prize of National Final(Advisor), Award-coffering Unit: The Ministry of Education, Central Communist Youth League etc. six ministries.
  2. Sixian Feng, Fuxin Jiang et al., 2014, Research on Monetary Policy of Managing Inflation and Inflation Expectations(book), the second prize of the 13th Philosophy Social Science Outstanding Achievements Award in Jiangsu Province, Award-coffering Unit: The People's Government of Jiangsu Province.
  3. Jitong Zhang, Sixian Feng, Fuxin Jiang et al, 2012, Growth and Innovation: Policy Research Based on the Growing Environment of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises(book), the third prize of the 12th Philosophy Social Science Outstanding Achievements Award in Jiangsu Province, Award-coffering Unit: The People's Government of Jiangsu Province.
  4. Fuxin Jiang, Junxi Shen et al., 2011, The Space of Growth – The Comparison of the Change of Economic Growth Pattern between the Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta(book), the third prize of the 11th Philosophy Social Science Outstanding Achievements Award in Jiangsu Province, Award-coffering Unit: The People's Government of Jiangsu Province.
  5. Sixian Feng, 2012, “Seeing China's Stock Market Pricing through the Linkage Between China’s Stock Index Futures and the Overseas”, the second prize of the 8th Jiangsu College Philosophy Social Science Outstanding Achievements Award, Award-coffering Unit: Education Department of Jiangsu Province.
  6. Sixian Feng, 2010, “The Impacts of Exchange Rate Changes on the Import and Export of Commodities from Different Classifications”, the third prize of the 7th Jiangsu College Philosophy Social Science Outstanding Achievements Award, Award-coffering Unit: Education Department of Jiangsu Province.
  7. Sixian Feng, 2014, “Suggestions on Jiangsu’s active coordination with the Construction of Shanghai Free Trade Zone”, the first prize of 2013 Social Science Applied Research Quality Engineering Outstanding Achievements Award in Jiangsu Province, Award-coffering Unit: Association of Social Science in Jiangsu Province.
  8. Sixian Feng, 2010, Outstanding Young Teacher of “Blue Project” in Jiangsu Province, Education Department of Jiangsu Province.
  9. Sixian Feng, 2013, Youth Science and Technology Leader of “333 Project” in Jiangsu Province, Organization Department of CPC Jiangsu Committee.
  10. Sixian Feng, 2013, Nanjing Normal University “100 Youth Leading Talents”, Nanjing Normal University.
  11. Sixian Feng, 2015, the Democratic National Construction Association “National Political Participation Advanced Individual”, Central Committee of the Democratic National Construction Association.

 

Courses

Monetary Finance (undergraduate)

Investment (undergraduate)

Techniques and Applications of Financial Risk Management (graduate)

Intermediate Investment (graduate)

Capital Operation Subject (USTC EMBA)

 

E-mail:           fsixian@sina.com