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Hung-Yi Chen

Research profile

Dr. Chen is also an assistant professor of law at Zhejiang University. He teaches postgraduate courses in “Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility”, “FinTech Regulation”, “Global FinTech Trend”, and “International Trade Law”. His research has been published in the Banking & Financial Services Policy Report, Law Between Buildings: Emergent Global Perspectives in Urban Law, A New World Post COVID-19: Lessons for Business, the Finance Industry and Policy Makers. Dr. Chen regularly presents at domestic and international conferences. 

Specialisation and expertise

Dr. Hung-Yi Chen is Assistant Dean, Academic Director (Master of Finance Program) & Asst. Professor at Zhejiang University International Business School. Dr. Chen is the founding academic director of their Master of Finance programme at International Business School, Zhejiang University (QS World Rankings #45). Prior to his career at Zhejiang University, He served as Asia-Pacific Region Manager for Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF), Judge Business School at University of Cambridge. At CCAF, he managed FinTech research activities and expanded international outreach across Asia-Pacific countries. Dr. Chen co-authored six impactful reports published by CCAF to review FinTech development and regulation in the region.

Dr. Hung-Yi Chen, Zhejiang University (#45 QS World University Rankings) image
Home country
China
Member type
Higher education
Individual
Type of research activities
Applied research, Basic research
Fields of research
Economics and Business, Sociology, Law
Language(s)
English, Chinese

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