Zhongfei Zhou is Deputy President and Professor of law of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. He obtained his Ph.D degree in law from the Queen Mary College of University of London in 2000. He worked as a Sir John Lubbock Fund Research Fellow at the Center for Commercial Law Studies, University of London, London, UK, from September 2000 to October 2001. Since October 2001, he has been working at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. He was the Deputy Dean and Dean of the Law School of the SHUFE. Over the past eight years, he has published a number of articles, essays, and books in English and Chinese. His research focuses on financial laws and international commercial laws. He has been very much involved in several research projects on Chinese financial law reforms sponsored by ADB, World Bank, EBRD, and Chinese governments. His main publications include Banking Laws in China (Kluwer Law International, London, 2007), Chinese Banking Law and Foreign Financial Institutions (Kluwer Law International, London, 2001), The Principles of Banking Law (Citic Publishing House, Beijing, 2004), Principles of Financial Regulation (coauthor, Beijing University Press, Beijing, 2004), and A Study on Banking Law (SHUFE press, Shanghai, 2010). He is also the Deputy Director of International Economic Law Society under China Law Society.
Biography Updated on 1 December 2010