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DAI, Pingsheng

Professor

Ph.D. in Statistics, Xiamen University


Phone:

Email:psdai@xmu.edu.cn

Office:A315

Research Fields:

Biography Research Papers Research Projects



Education
Ph.D. in Statistics, School of Economics, Xiamen University, 2004
M.Sc. in Statistics, East China Normal University, China, 1995
B.Sc. in Mathematics, Fujian Normal University, China, 1986

Visiting Scholar
Department of Economics, Cornell University, 2013.8-2014.8
School of Whitman, Syracuse University, 2006.1-2006.6

Professional Experience
Professor, Department of Statistics, Xiamen University, 2014-
Associate Professor, Department of Statistics, Xiamen University, 2009-2014
Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Xiamen University, 2004-2009


Publications
[1] P. Dai. 2015, Calculation and Characters of the Locational Gini index and its application. The Journal of Quantitative & Technical Economics, 32(7):149-161(In Chinese).
[2] P. Dai and Z. Chen. 2015, Equalization effect of fiscal capacity of provinces in China: An empirical analysis based on effect decomposition approach. Statistical Research, 32(5):20-25(In Chinese).
[3] P. Dai. 2015, An semi-parametric analysis of GAM models on returns to education in China. Journal of Applied Statistics and Management, 34(1):10-16(In Chinese).
[4] P. Dai. 2014, Improving measurement of tax progressivity. The Journal of Quantitative & Technical Economics, 31(2):148-160(In Chinese).
[5] P. Dai. 2013, An extended study on the extended Gini index and its application. Statistical Research, 30(9):69-78(In Chinese).
[6] P. Dai. 2014, Fair regional and structural distribution of educational funds in China based on Gini index. System Engineering-Theory & Practice, 34(6):1491-1498(in Chinese).
[7] P. Dai. 2013, Interval Estimation of Gini index and its application. Statistical Research, 30(5):83-89(In Chinese).
[8] P. Dai. 2013, Decomposition of Gini coefficient based on regression equation. The Journal of Quantitative & Technical Economics, 30(1):150-160(In Chinese).
[9] P. Dai and W. Lin. 2012, Study on the extended Gini coefficient and its application. Statistical Research, 29(6):18-26(in Chinese).
[10] P. Dai. 2011, Impact of medicare reform on the efficiency of medical services in China: an empirical analysis based on the three-stage DEA. Journal of Xiamen University, 6:97-103(In Chinese).
[11] J. Chen and P. Dai. 2008, Impact of fiscal expenditure on economic growth in China: An analysis of its multiplier effect. Journal of Xiamen University, 5: 26-32(In Chinese).
[12] P. Dai and J. Chen. 2008, Spatial temporal characteristic analysis of farmer’s income with regard to fiscal disburse and electicity usage. Journal of Applied Statistics and Management, 27(4):571-578(In Chinese).
[13] J. Chen and P. Dai. 2007, Empirical analysis of Spatial characteristics between education and GDP in different regions of China. Education & Economy, 3:20-25(In Chinese).
[14] P. Dai and J. Chen. 2007, Application of SAR models on farmer’s income of inter-provinces and inter-counties. Statistical Research, 24(9):48-52(In Chinese).

Book
P. Dai. Associate Editor, Evaluation Principle of Investment. Beijing: Science Press, 2012.
P. Dai. Empirical research on the relationship between educational equity and efficiency and their statistical measurements. Beijing: China Statistics Press, 2012.


National Social Science Foundation

P. Dai. National Social Science Foundation Applicant, Empirical research on the relationship between educational equity and efficiency and their statistical measurements (BFA090018), ¥80000,2009.7-2012.10

P. Dai. National Social Science Foundation Applicant, Theoretical innovation of extended Gini index and its application to sharing development of society & economy in China (16BTJ014), ¥200000,2016.6-2019.6