Flora Huang is Professor of Law and Business at Derby Law School, in the U.K. She has published two research monographs and a range of journal articles in the fields of financial and corporate law, comparative law, and Chinese law. She is currently working on a book entitled Chinese and Global Financial Integration through Stock Connect, to be published by Hart.

In addition, Huang has worked for the United Nations Environment Programme and the Office of Legal Affairs of the United Nations Headquarters. She is an expert advisor to Legatum Institute, a leading global think-tank for the compilation of their Global Prosperity Index. She has a strong track record of research funding, including the British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship, the Newton Funds, the Erasmus+ mobility programme, a City Venture Research Grant, the British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant, and AHRC Skills Fund.

Last Updated: March 1, 2021



Hong Kong’s Economic Future

Ho-fung Hung, Flora Huang & more
If conventional wisdom held that China would never risk Hong Kong’s market, that was predicated on a specter of a foreign financial exodus. When the national security law was promulgated, experts warned of an international withdrawal and an end to...