Dr Hui Feng is an ARC Future Fellow at Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University, Australia. His research interests are globalisation, international political economy, and China's economy and politics. His most recent book is The Rise of People's Bank of China (Harvard University Press, 2013, with Stephen Bell). He is working on a manuscript on the politics of banking reform in China.
Hui is a Contributing Editor to Central Banking, writing regularly for the Viewpoint column, which brings together timely analysis from experts across the globe. He specialises in China's economic transition.
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