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ARC Future Fellow and Senior Research Fellow, Griffith University

Dr Hui Feng is a research fellow at the Griffith Asia Institute. Dr Feng’s research looks at the political economy of post-communist transition with an empirical focus on China. Before joining Griffith, Dr Feng was a research fellow at the University of Queensland. He has published in prominent journals such as Political Studies and Review of the International Political Economy, and is the winner of the Harrison Prize for best paper published in Political Studies in 2014. His most recent book is The Rise of People’s Bank of China: the politics of institutional change (with Stephen Bell, Harvard University Press, 2013). His forthcoming books are on China's banking reform (in manuscript) and wider financial reforms (edited volume with Routledge).

Research Interests:

International political economy
Post-communist transitions
International finance
Chinese politics and political economy


  • –present
    Research Fellow Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University