Professor, Deng Feng, Economic Law
Deng was born in ShanDong Province in 1973. He got B. A. at law (1995), M. Phil. at Law (1998) and Ph. D. at Law (2001) from Law School of Renmin University of China in succession, majored in the Economic Law. He studied at Guanghua School of Management as a post-doctor majored in Industrial Organization Theory from 2001 to 2003. After that, he joined the faculty of Law School, Peking University. He visited at Harvard University as a Harvard-Yenching fellow from 2006 to 2007, focused on the historical law and economics. Now, he is a professor of law in Peking Law School, and serve as co-director of Institute of Law and Economics, Peking University.
Deng’s study is interested in corporation and enterprise law, regulation and antitrust, and law and economics. He taught classes include Corporation and Enterprise law (autumn), General Principles of Economic Law (spring), Corporate Governance and Firm Theory (spring), Law and Economics (spring), Merger, Acquisition & Reorganization (autumn), Practical Contracting (spring), etc. Both for undergraduated and postgrauduated students. He published several books, including Corporate as a Representative System: Power and Accountability in Chinese Corporate Governance, Common Corporation Law, Pandect of Economic Law (co-author), and nearly 100 articles, essays and papers in all kinds of journals.
Common Corporation Law, Beijing: Remin University of China Press, 2009.
Pandect of Economic Law, Co-author, 2nd edition, Legal Press, 2008.
Deng, Feng, Indigenous Evolution of SOE Regulation, in Curtis Milhaupt and Benjamin Leibman, eds., Regulating the Visible Hand? The Institutional Implications of Chinese State Capitalism, Oxford University Press, 2015, pp. 3-27.
Deng, Feng, The Transformation of China’s SOEs: Approaching a System of Crown Property, Peking University Law Journal, Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2015, pp. 1-62.
Deng, Feng, A Rem Rights Style Shareholder Disputes: Comments on Judicial Interpretation for the Corporate Act, Science of Law: Jouranl of Northwest Univerisity of Political Science and Law, Vol. 2015, Issue 1, pp. 178-189.
Deng, Feng, Divergence of One Rule and Diversity of One Case: A Comparative Case Study on Intel Loyalty Rebates, Peking University Law Review, Vol. 14, Issue 2, 2013, pp. 243-286.
Deng, feng, An Achilles’ Heel of Manager’s Interest Conflict Legal Institutions in China: Without the Concept of Corporation as a Common Pool, Jurists, Vol. 2009, Issue 4, pp. 79—88.
Deng, Feng, Evolution and Mechanism Design of Capital Regulation: A Comparative Perspective of Sino-U. S. Corporate Law, 2008, Legal Science in China, Vol. 2009, Issue 1, pp. 99-109.
Deng, Feng, Why China Adopted the Civil Legal System: A Political Economic Explanation of Transitional Justice in Later Ch’ing’s Empire,Peking University Law Journal, Vol. 21, No.2, 2009, pp. 165-186..
Deng, Feng, Conflicts of Regulatory Method and Industrial Policy: Lurch of Small & Medium Enterprise in China, Ajou Law Journal, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2008, pp.33—79..
Deng, feng, Path Dependence of Corporate Governance in China, Peking University Law Journal, Vol. 20, Issue 1, 2008, pp. 58--65.
Deng, feng, The Evolution and Rationale of Business Judgment Rule, Legal Science, No.2, 2007, pp. 68—80.
Deng, Feng, A Legal Analysis of Leadership Accountability: An Approach from the Director’s Duty of Care in Corporate Law, Social Science in China, Vol. 28, No. 1, 2007, pp. 3—13.［English Version］
Deng, Feng, A Legal Analysis of Accountability and Leadership’s Responsibility: An Approach from Director’s Duty of Care in Corporate Law, Social Science in China, Vol. 2006, Issue 3, pp. 136—148.
Deng, feng, The Nature of State-Owned Capital and it’s Consideration in Privatisation, Science of Law: Jouranl of Northwest Univerisity of Political Science and Law, Vol. 24, 2006, pp. 113—123.
Deng, feng, An Excursive Conversation of Economic Law: Social Efficiency As a Ideal Criterion, Economic Law Review, Vol. 5, 2005,pp. 1—60.
Deng, Feng, The Costs and Limitation of Administrative Licencing Act, Journal of Legal and Economic Studies, Vol. 2, Issue 2, 2005, pp. 44—92.
Deng, feng, The Corporate as Association—A Framework of Reconstructing Corporate Theory, Peking University Law Journal, Vol. 16, No. 6, 2004, pp. 742-764.
Deng, feng, Legal Coordination and Adjustment of Organization, Market and Government, Law Journal of Tsinghua, Vol. 6, 2005, pp. 117—146.
Deng, feng, Where is it wrong? A Law and Economics Analysis to Article 76 of Traffic Act? , Studies on Case and Interpretation, Vol. 5, 2005, pp. 91—106.
Deng, feng, An Excursive Conversation of Economic Law: Justice, Efficiency and Social Orientation, Economic Law Review, Vol. 4, 2004, pp. 1—80.
Zhang, Weiying and Deng, Feng, Information, Incentive and Joint Liability: A Law and Economics Interpretation to Ancient China’s LianZuo and BaoJia, Social Science in China, Issue 3, 2003, pp. 99—112.
Deng, feng, Liability in Economic Law: Combination of Public Responsibility and financial duty: Accountability, Journal of the Renmin University of China, Issue 3, 2003, pp. 146—153.
Deng, feng, A Legal Analysis of the Form and Scrutiny Institution of Corporation Foundation, Law Review of Anhui University, Vol.2, Issue 1, 2002.
Shi, Jichun, Deng feng and Liu Xiangwu, The Problem in Trans—Institutional Public Highway’s Property Right, Strategy and Management, Issue 5, 2001, pp. 82—91.
Shi, Jichun and Deng feng, Studies on Public Highway’s Property Right, Economic Law Review, Issue 2, 2001.
Deng, feng, An Excursive Conversation of Economic Law: Legal Idea and Adjustment on the Changing Social Infrastructure, Economic Law Review, Vol. 2, 2001.
Shi, Jichun and Deng feng, Public Business Contracting— Government Acquisition Contract, Journal of HeNan University, Issue4, 5, 6, 2000.
Shi, Jichun and Deng feng, Re—Examination the Value of Accountability to SOE’s Reform, Journal of China University of Political Science and Law, Issue 2, 1999.
Shi Jichun and Deng feng, The Purpose and Principle of Economic Law, Studies In Law and Business, Issue 6, 1998.
Deng, feng, The Transition and Economic Reform’s Evolution of Economic Policy, Economic Institution and Economic Law, Journal of Renmin University of China, Issue 2, 1998.
Deng, feng, On the Commercialization of Civil Law and It’s boundary with Economic Law, Jurists, Issue 9, 1997.
Shi, Jichun and Deng feng, The Alienation of Contract and the Contract’s Alienation, Legal Studies, Issue 3, 1997.