Dai Bingran, male, Han nationality, is a native of Hongzhou, Zhejiang province. He was born in 1940, graduated from Shanghai Jinyuan High School in 1959, and studied at the English Department of the Foreign Languages Institute of the PLA. Later he trained as a teacher, and began his teaching career in the Foreign Languages Institute after graduation in 1964. He then returned to Shanghai and worked for nine years in the Shanghai 33rd Radio Factory.
Professor Dai has played an important role in the development of European studies at Fudan University. He has participated in and presided over a number of national, ministerial and municipal researches, as well as the writing, editing, or translating of eight books, three of which won awards for excellence. He has published and delivered more than 50 papers, some in English. He chairs MA and PhD courses on European integration studies, and is currently supervising 35 postgraduate students at the MA, PhD and post-doctorate levels.
Dai was chosen as one of three Chinese members of the Academic Committee when the EU-China Higher Education Cooperation Program was founded in 1997. In 2001, he was approved by the European Commission as one of the first three holders of Jean Monet Chairs in China.
Dai is currently professor and PhD supervisor at the School of Economics of Fudan University, Director of the Center for European Studies, Deputy Director of the Center for Nordic Studies, and Deputy Director of the Institute of World Economy. His academic participations include Vice-President of the Chinese Association for European Studies, Vice-Chairman and Secretary General of the Chinese Society for EU Studies, and Vice-President of the Shanghai Institute for European Studies. He is also engaged as a visiting research fellow or professor at the Institute for European Studies of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the School of International Relations, and Remin University.
|1991—||Professor, Fudan University, Institute of World Economics Shanghai Municipality|
|1983—1985||Visiting Scholar, London School of Economics United Kingdom, London (International Relations Department)|
|1978—1983||Research Fellow, Fudan University, Institute of World Economics Shanghai Municipality|