Horace Yeung is Associate Professor in Commercial Law at the University of Leicester. Prior to his appointment at Leicester, he taught at Exeter, Oxford and Universität Osnabrück. He completed his undergraduate study in Hong Kong before coming to the UK for his LLM at Lancaster and doctorate at Oxford. His research interests lie in corporate and financial laws, distinctively with a global, comparative, and interdisciplinary approach. He has a keen interest to look at the experience of Asia, most notably Hong Kong, his home city.

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...