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Gaofeng Meng

Gaofeng Meng.

Research Fellow


Law and economics; land law; contract law; corporate governance; property theory; labour law; company law.


The Theory and Practice of Governance

Personal background

Gaofeng Meng is a Research Fellow of the Centre for Business Research at the University of Cambridge. He specialises in property law and property theory with particular reference to Chinese law and other Asian law. He is working on a project funded by the CBR Governance Fund, which is to look at the economics of law, governance theory, property rights theory, qualitative and quantitative research, and policy evaluation.

Selected publications

Meng, G. (2019) ‘The household responsibility system, Karl Marx’s theory of property and Antony M. Honoré’s concept of ownership’, Science & Society, 83 (3):300–326.

Ireland, P. and Meng, G. (2017) ‘Post-capitalist property’, Economy and Society, 46(3-4): 369-397.

Meng, G. (2016) ‘Contemporary China’s rural landownership with reference to Antony M. Honoré’s concept of ownership’, Journal of Economic Issues, 50(3): 667-694.

Contact details

Gaofeng Meng
Centre for Business Research
Cambridge Judge Business School
University of Cambridge
Trumpington Street
Cambridge CB2 1AG