Ph.D. Supervisor, Department of Accounting
Feng Qiaogen was born on December 14 in 1961, in Shaoxing city of Zhejiang Province. He, holding a Ph. D in Economics and a Postdoctoral Degree in Management, is currently the professor and Ph.D. Supervisor at Nanjing University Business School. He is a professor for the Yongjiang Scholar lectures selected by Ningbo City Government. He graduated from the Department of Accounting, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics in 1991 with a master’s degree and then became a teacher at the Hangzhou Business School. He was one of the young and middle-aged discipline leaders of Zhejiang Province and was the key sponsoring target of “151 Talent Project” by Zhejiang Province. He was promoted to professor in 2000 and became a Ph.D. Supervisor in 2002. He is a review expert of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Social Science Foundation, the Humanities and Social Sciences Foundation by the Ministry of Education, the Overseas Study Foundation by the Ministry of Education, and the Degree Center of the Ministry of Education. He is also an anonymous reviewer for several domestic and international journals. He once served as Deputy Dean of the School of Accounting at Zhejiang Gongshang University, member of the Zhejiang Provincial Political Consultative Conference, member of the Zhejiang Provincial People's Congress Financial Supervision Expert Group, director of the Zhejiang Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Deputy Director of the Jiangsu and Zhejiang Chamber of Commerce Advisory Committee, and Deputy Dean of the Accounting College of Hunan University. He was appointed to go to Japan, the United Kingdom, and other countries by the Zhejiang Provincial Government, the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, the Hong Kong Bao's Foundation, and the China Scholarship Council, during which he was a visiting professor and researcher at the Economics Department of Kyushu University, Japan (October 2003 to November 2005).
Professor Feng has published over 300 papers in domestic and international journals, as well as about 30 monographs and textbooks. Since entering Nanjing University in 2005, he has presided over and completed 2projects of the National Social Science Foundation, 2 projects of Humanities and Social Science Foundation by the Ministry of Education, 2 soft subjects given by Jiangsu Province, 1 Japanese provincial project, and 5 other subjects. Since started teaching, Professor Feng has published nearly 30 papers in Accounting Research,20 of which have been reprinted or extracted by Xinhua Digest and Finance and Accounting (now the Finance and Accounting Guide) and Renmin University's copying materials. He has independently won two-second prizes, one first prize, and 26 other various provincial and ministerial level awards.
In terms of teaching, he mainly teaches Management Accounting, Advanced Management Accounting, Financial Classics Reading for undergraduates and postgraduates. His courses for students in the Accounting and Auditing majors (such as MPAcc) include Advanced Management Accounting Theory and Practice, Environment and Corporate Social Responsibility, and Customer Value Management. Meanwhile, he also provides lectures or lessons for EMBA, MBA, and EDP students.
Professor Feng’s contributions toward scientific research and society are mainly concentrated in two aspects: First, the basic theoretical research of management accounting. In recent years, he has mainly carried out research and discussions on management accounting according to China's situation and characteristics, and actively conducted research under the spirit of the Ministry of Finance to comprehensively promote the construction of management accounting system, especially the summary and refinement to a series of management accounting cases. Since August 2015, he started the column called Special Research Series of Management Accounting on the journal Friends of Accounting and has published nearly 20 papers.
The second is his research on the cost and management accounting of Japan. For decades, he has introduced the latest developments and theories of Japanese management accounting to the domestic accounting industry, and published articles in domestic journals to discuss many new branches of management accounting, such as environmental management accounting,material flow cost management, and management of resource consumption costs. He has been playing an active role in helping domestic scholars understand the research progress and academic status of Japanese management accounting and vigorously promoting the system construction of the theory and method of management accounting with Chinese characteristics.
1. Management Accounting Theory
2. Cost Accounting Theory
1. Management Accounting
2. Principles of Accounting