Hugh Deng, Economist and Visiting Researcher in Indiana University in the United States, Carleton University and Agriculture Canada. Graduated in 1982 from Huazhong Normal University at Wuhan, China, majoring Political Science; In 1988 from the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences at Beijing, China, majoring Political Economics; And in 2000 from Carleton University at Ottawa, Canada, majoring Development Policy.
Hugh worked as a Policy Specialist in both the Chinese local and central governments for over ten years. During his visiting studies, Hugh was involved in North America and China-related policy issues. His working papers and publications in English include “China’s Agri-Biotech Policies, Regulations and Institutions (working paper, 2014); Agricultural Complementarities between Canada and China (working paper, 2014)“India’s Agri-Biotech Policies, Regulations and Institutions (working paper, 2013); “Chinese Experience: Policy Reforms for Agribusiness Development” (FAO-IAAE Workshop, Beijing 2009); “China’s Agricultural Policy Review” (AAFC, 2005); “Assessing the Effect of NAFTA on Canada/US Agricultural Trade” (IDEAS, 2003); and “Development: China’s Access to WTO” (Carleton, 2001).
Hugh also jointly edited and/or translated a number of books, including “Special Issue on FDI China” (CIJ, 2011); “Special Issue on Elinor Ostrom” (TNCR/OULA, 2010); “Providing Global Public Goods: Managing Globalization” (trans. from UNDP, People’s Daily Press, 2006); “The Intellectual Crisis in American Public Administration” (trans. from Vincent Ostrom, Beijing Poly-Tech University Press, 1998); “Public Policies, Regulations and Government Affairs” (jointly edited, Xinhua Publishing House,1995); and Critical Biography of Karl Marx in His Youth”(Hunan Publishing House, 1990).
Hugh’s current interests and practice relate to Asia-Pacific policy studies; globalization and development as well as transnational corporations and investment issues.