Peng Daiyan


Phone: +86-13308638708

Email: pengdaiyan0880@126.c

Academic Areas: welfare economics; Agriculture and rural economics; Regional economics; Industrial economics

Research Interests:

Academic Degrees:

PhD of Agricultural  Economics, Department of Agricultural Economics, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, Apr., 1998~Mar., 2001.

Master of Economics, Department of Agricultural  Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China, Sept., 1986~Jul.,1989.

Bachelor of Agri-Economics, Department of Agricultural Economics, Huazhong Agricultural University, Wuhan, China,Sept., 1982~Jul, 1986.

Professional Experience:

1989.07~1991.10: Official,  Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the People's Republic Of Chin.

1991.10~1996.03: Assistant Researcher, Institute of World Economics and Politics Chinese Academy of Social Science.

2001.03~Present: Faculty member, School of Economics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Specializing in teaching and research. Granted associate professorship in Jul 2001. Approved Qualification of Supervisor for master program students in Jul 2001. Granted Professorship in November 2004. Approved Qualification of Supervisor for PhD program students in May 2005.

Selected Publications

1.Peng Daiyan,The Roads to Happiness, Beijing: China Social Sciences Publishing House,2011.

2.Peng Daiyan,An Econometric Analyses on Agricultural Inputs and Outputs, Wuhan: Huazhong University of Science and Technology Publishing House,2003.

3.Peng Daiyan, Peng Xuhui, Power Laws Features of Land Price Fluctuation in Chinese Cities, China Land Science,2016. No.1.

4.Peng Daiyan, Wen Le, Do the Aging and Feminization of Agriculture Labor Decrease Efficiency of Grain Production, Journal of Agritechnical Economics, 2016, No.2.

5.Peng Daiyan, Min Qiuhong, House consumption and human happiness, Guangxi Social Science, 2015, No.12.

6.Peng Daiyan, Wenle, The Structure Change of Rural Labor Force and Technical Efficiency of Grain Production. Journal of South China Agriculture University. 2015, No.1.

7.Pend Daiyan, Yu Zhili, Cointegration Analysis of Influencing Factors on Fluctuation in China's Hog Price——Comparison between Cointegration and Stucture- change Cointegration, Prices Monthly, 2015. No.9.

8.Peng Daiyan, Luo Lili, Labor Transfer and Safety of Grain Production in China Rural Area, Academic Journal of Zhongzhou, 2015, No.9.

9.Peng Daiyan,Guo Gengchen,Egoism and Crack of Smith paradox, Journal of Henan University of Technology:Social Science Edition, 2014, Vol.10, No.2.

10.Peng Daiyan,Sun Yanyan,Population Aging and the Happiness Gap,Chinese Health Economics ,2014, No.10.

11.Peng Daiyan,Yan Jing,Social Trust and Life Satisfaction——An Empirical Study Based on Chinese Data of WVS,Contemporary Economic Research, 2014, No.6.

12.Peng Daiyan, Kuang Yuanfeng,Livelihood Projects Construction and the Life-satisfaction of Peasant-worker,Journal of Xuzhou Institute of Technology (Social Sciences Edition),2014,9,No.1,pp.51-57.

13.Peng Daiyan,Wu Xiang,Analysis about Efficiency of Chinese Medical and Health System based on the Three Stage DEA Model, Statistics and Decision,2014,No.4.

14.Peng Daiyan, Zhou Zhengpan, Kuang Yuanfeng,Agricultural Land System Does not Cause Agricultural Land Conflicts, Chinese Population,Resources and Environment,2013, Vol.23 No. 8 , pp.62-67.

15.Peng Daiyan, Financial Investment of the Construction of People’s Livelihood and Development Finance’s Supporting, Journal of Beihua University(Social Sciences),2013, Vol. 14 ,No. 3, pp.27-32.

16.Peng Daiyan, Wu Xiang,A study on China’s agricultural technology efficiency and TFP--A perspective on the changes in the structure of rural labor force, Economist, 2013, ,No.9,pp68-76.

17.Peng Daiyan,Guo Gengchen,Yan Junmei,Variable Structure Co-integration Analysis about Causes of Agricultural Production Material Price’s Rising,Chinese Rural Economy ,2013,No. 6.

18.Peng Daiyan,Guo Gengchen, Guan Li, Regional Economic Growth from Perspective of Human Capital Outflow—A Case Study of Wuhan City, Journal of Huazhong Agricultural University(Social Sciences Edition), 2012, No.4, pp.61-64.

19.Peng Daiyan,Misunderstanding and Correction of People’s Livelihood Research,Strategy and Risk Management ,2012,No. 7.

20.Peng Daiyan,The Cooperation of Chinese Farmers,Journal of China Rural Found , 2012,pp.115-119.

21.Peng Daiyan,Liu Wanxiang, Lin Quanlu,and Wang Guifang, Off-farm Employment of Agricultural Labor Forces and the Concentration of Agricultural Land, International Conference on management science and Engineering,2011, ISTP.

22.Peng Daiyan,People’s Livelihood Problems from the Happiness View:An Analytical Framework, Journal of Beihua University(Social Sciences),2012, Vol. 13 ,No.6, pp.24-29.

23.Peng Daiyan,Wang Guifang, The  Effects of Rural Conflicts of the Life-satisfaction of Peasants, Journal of Henan University of Technology( Social Science),2012, Vol.8,No.4, pp.20-26.

24.Peng Daiyan ,Du Dejun,Reasons on the Structural Convergence of Industries Based on Economic Census Data, Statistical Research,2011, Vol. 28,No. 3,pp.59-64.

25.Peng Daiyan,Du Dejun,The Effects of Economic Growth on the Convergence of Industrial Structure and Employment Structure based on Economic Census,China Statistics, 2010,No. 12,pp.48-49.

26.Peng Daiyan,Wu Yangjie,An Empirical Study on the Relationship between the Land Concentration and Increasing Farmers' Income,Chinese Rural Economy, 2009,No.4,pp.17-22.

27.Peng Daiyan,Zhao Hai, Empirical Study on Factors Influencing Agricultural Fiscal Expenditure in China, Technology Economics,2009, Vol.128 , No.17,pp51-56.

28.Peng Daiyan,Lai Qianjin,The Welfare Effect of Rural Infrastructure Investment, Management World, 2008,No.3,pp.59-64.

29.Peng Daiyan,Lai Qianjin,Look at the Pattern’s Adjustment of the Transfer of Rural Surplus Labor from the Perspective of Life Satisfaction, Academic Journal of Zhongzhou,2008,No.3,pp.119-121.

30.Peng Daiyan,Lin Quanlu,Motivation and Life Satisfaction-- Cases Study on Teachers in Colleges and Universities,Gansu Social Sciences,2008,No.3, pp.104-106.

31.Peng Daiyan,Lin Quanlu,A Review of Relative Utility Theory, Research on Development,2008,No.2,pp122-126.

32.Peng Daiyan,Research on the Relationship between Academic Interests and Job Satisfaction of University Teachers, Shanghai Management Science,2008, No.2,pp.73-77.

33.Peng Daiyan,Wu Baoxin, The Income Gap of Rural and Farmers' Life Satisfaction,The Journal of World Economy,2008,No. 4,pp.79-85.

34.Peng Daiyan,Wu Baoxin,The New Ideas of Land Expropriation Compensation,Research on Development,2007,No.2, pp.40-42.

35.Peng Daiyan,Agricultural Machanization and Grain Production,Economist,2005,No.3.

36.Peng Daiyan,The Abolition of Agricultural Tax and the Reform of Rural Land System,Jiangsu Social Sciences,2004,No.4.

37.Peng Daiyan,Increasing Farmers’ Income and Rural Reform, Economist,2003,No.6

38.Peng Daiyan,Zhang Weidong,Rural Tax and Fee Reform and the Operation of Village Organization,Chinese Rural Economy ,2003,No.12.

39.Peng Daiyan,Public Investment Direction of Western Development, Statistical Research,2002,No3.

40Peng Daiyan, The Effect of the Resistance to the Immigration of Rural Labor to Urban Areas on Rise in Farmers’ Income and Income Difference between Urban Residents and Farmers, Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology Edition of Social Sciences, 2002,No.2,pp.58-62.

41.Peng Daiyan,Investment in Rural Infrastructure and the Public Rescue Law for Agriculture with Inborn Weakness,Economist,No.5,pp.79-82.

42.Peng, D. and T. Kawaguchi, “The Demand for Chemical Fertilizers in China”, The Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, Japan, 2001, Vol.45, No. 2, pp. 651-666.

43.Peng Daiyan,Function and Reconstruction of the Township Agricultural Technology Extension Station-- Analysis on the Case of Town Named J in Hubei Province, printed in Protection of the Rights and Interests of Farmers Compile by Chinese (Hainan) Reform and Development Research Academy, China Economy Press, January Edition,2004.

44.Peng Daiyan,Investigation of Land Conflicts after the Tax Reform,Economic News,In February 23, 2007, Third Edition.

45.Peng Daiyan,Can the Development of Private Hospital Reduce Our Medical Charges, Economic News,In February 16, 2007, Sixth Edition.

46.Peng Daiyan,Evolution and Choice of Bus Ticket System, Economic News,In September 8, 2006, Seventh Edition.

47.Peng Daiyan,Wu Baoxin,On the New Countryside Construction, Economic News,In December 29, 2006, Sixth Edition.

48.Peng Daiyan,Wu Baoxin,The Results of the New Rural Construction may Loss and Waste, Economic News,In September 1, 2006, First and Seventh Edition.

49.Peng Daiyan,Analysis of Farmers' Happiness Index, Economic News,In April 15, 2005, Seventh Edition.

50.Peng Daiyan,Comment on Japanese Economic Research, China National Conditions and Strength,2004,No.11.

51.Peng Daiyan and Wu Baoxin. Efforts on Improving the Ability of Agricultural Sustainable Development, Economic Daily (Theoretic Version), In April 2, 2007, Sixth Edition.

52.Peng Daiyan, Research of Debt Contradictions and Conflicts at the Village Level, China Reform Daily: Theory Weekly, In January 29, 2007.

53.Peng Daiyan, Mechanization Is the Realistic Way to Solve Agricultural Labor Shortages, China Reform Daily: Theory Weekly, In March 10, 2005.

54.Peng Daiyan, Who Should Invest in Rural Infrastructure, China Reform Daily: Theory Weekly, In February 2, 2004.

55.Peng Daiyan, My View on China's Agriculture Issues, Agricultural China, In Winter, 2003.

56.Peng Daiyan, New Problems Arising in the Implementation of Rural Land Contract System, China Reform Daily: Theory Weekly, In December 12, 2003.

57.Peng Daiyan, Japanese Corporate Culture, Enterprise Vitality, In 2002, Fourth Edition.

58.Peng Daiyan, Potential of Reducing the Food Cost, China Reform Daily: Theory Weekly, In October 14, 2002.

59.Peng Daiyan, The Changes of World Population and Its Problems, China Population News, In April 10, 1992.

60.Peng Daiyan, The Population Problems in Developing Countries, China Population News, In February 4, 1992.

61.Luo Lili, Peng Daiyan, New Perspective on the Relationship of Local Fiscal Expenditure on Health and Economic Growth in China: Based on Spatial Econometrics Model, Chinese Health Economics. 2015, Vol. 34 No. 10.

62.Yingying Shi,Daiyan Peng,“Dynamics of Social Tolerance in the Economic Interaction Model with Three Groups,”Applied Economics Letters,2014,Vol.21,No.10,pp.665—670.

63.Wu Xiang, Peng Daiyan,Environmental Comprehensive Index for China’s Provinces, Ecological Economy,2014,Vol.30,No.4.

64.Wang Guifagn, Peng Daiyan,On“Three Equals”Circulation Of Rural Collective Commercial Construction Land And The Conflict Transformation Of Agricultural Land [J], Journal of Henan University of Technology( Social Science), ,2014,,Vol.10,No.1.

65.Kuang Yuanfeng, Peng Daiyan,Analysis of Environmental Production Efficiency and Environmental Total Factor Productivity in China,Economic Research Journal,2012,No.7.

66.Guo Gengcheng, Peng Daiyan,Analysis on Conintegration of Farmer’s Permanent Income and Consumption in Hubei Province,Journal of Huazhong Agricultural University (Social Science Edition),2011,No.5









Courses Taught

(1)Intermediate microeconomics(taught in both Chinese and English for undergraduate students), (2)The History of Economics(taught in Chinese for undergraduate students),(3)The Source of Happiness(taught in Chinese for undergraduate students)(4)Economics of Development (taught in Chinese for graduate students),(5) Welfare Economic (taught in Chinese for graduate students)


1.The Huazhong University of Science and Technology Major Self-development and Innovation Cross Fund Project entitled “On  the Protection of the rights and Interests of Farmers in the Process of Rural Land Expropriation”, project approved in 2014, already finished.

2.China Development Bank Entrusted Project entitled “Research on the Development of Finance and Livehood Projects”, project approved in 2012, already finished.

3.Hubei Province Social Sciences Fund  Project During the Twelfth Five-Year Plan Period entitled “The Roads to Happiness”, project approved in 2011, already finished.

4.The State Council of China’s Second National Economic Census Leading Group Office Bidding Project entitled “On Industrial Structure’s Regional Differences and Policy Selections in China”, project approved in 2010, already finished.

5.The National Social Sciences Fund Project entitled “The Latest Development of Western Theory of Utility and the Examination of Its Core Hypothesis’s Applicability in China” (06BJY007), project approved in 2006, already finished.

6.China's Ministry of Education Research Fund for Excellent Young College Teachers entitled “Research of the Economic Performance of Rural Infrastructure and Its Supporting System”, project approved in 2003, already finished.

7.Hubei Province Social Sciences Fund Project entitled “Rural Infrastructure Investment and the Competitiveness of Rural Area in Hubei Province”, project approved in 2002, already finished.

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