Yi Feng
Yi Feng

Ph.D in Political Science, University Rochester, NY
Lee Memorial Chair in Government


LOCATION Harper West
EMAIL yi.feng@cgu.edu
PHONE 909.621.8803
 

Teaching & Research Interests

Yi Feng’s research focuses on political and economic development. He has published
extensively on topics such as economic growth, investment, human capital, international trade, demographic transition, and political regime transitions in both economics and political science peer-reviewed journals including European Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Economic Organization and Behavior, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Urban Studies, British Journal of Political Science, International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Conflict Resolution, International Interactions and Journal of Peace Research.

Yi Feng is the Lee Memorial Chair in Government. He obtained his M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science, preceding an M.S. in Public Policy Analysis, all at The University of Rochester, New York, following his undergraduate and graduate work in China with an MA degree in English culminating in a thesis on Vladimir Nabokov’s English novels. His areas of concentration included international political economy, public policy analysis, and quantitative methodology. He has been on the faculty of politics and policy since 1995 and holds the Luther Lee Jr. Memorial Chair in Government. Prior to his current administrative position, he has also been Chair of the Department of Politics and Policy, Associate Dean and Dean of the Divison of Politics and Economics of Claremont Graduate University. His professional service includes the General Program Chair, organizing the International Studies Association Annual Conference (Hawaii, 2004-05) and Editor of International Interactions, a premier journal in international studies (2001-2005).

 

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Courses- The classes he taught include International Political Economy, International Relations, Political Economy of Regional Integration and Globalization, Public Policy Research, Political Economy of Pacific Asia, Quantitative Research Methods, and Computer Applications for Data Analysis.


     

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