Duoqi Xu


Professor Xu Duoqi is a Board Member of FLIA. She holds a Ph. D. in Law. She is also Professor of Law at Shanghai Jiao Tong University KoGuan Law School, Shanghai Shuguang Scholar and one of The Top Ten Excellent Young Jurists in Shanghai (fifth session). She is also a Fulbright visiting scholar at Harvard law school from 2016 to 2017, was a Hauser Global research fellow at NYU from 2008 to 2009, and a visiting professor at Taiwan University in 2013. Professor Xu is the chief-editor of Internet Finance Law Review, the director of Center for Internet Finance Law Innovation of Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Main social appointments are council member of the Tax Law Society of China Law Society, council member of the Banking Law Society of China Law Society, standing vice president of the Tax Law Research Institute of Shanghai Law Society, and vice president of Shanghai Financial Law Research Institute. She is a consultant and independent directors for some companies, especially fintech companies, and an arbitrator of Shanghai International Trade Arbitration Commission, Guangzhou Financial Arbitration Court and Zhuhai (Hengqin) Financial and Trade Arbitration Commission.

Professor Xu’s research interests include Financial law, Tax law and Fintech legal issues. She has published more than 70 articles on CSSCI Journals including Social Sciences in China, China Legal Science (English version), Studies in Law and Business, the Science of Law, Legal Science, Law Review, Jurist, Economic Law Forum, Journal of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and Journal of Wuhan University. A substantial number of those articles are fully reprinted by Xinhua Digest, China University Academic Abstract, China Legal Science Briefing and Renmin University of China Reprinted Materials. She has published articles on oversea journals including Tax Notes International, Frontiers of Chinese Law and Financial and Economic Yuedan Law Review (Taiwan), and is the independent author of two books and one translation work. She has hosted almost 10 provincial projects including two Projects of the National Social Science Foundation of China Legal Research in Commercial Banks—Actual Conflicts and Law Integration of Credit Assets Securitization(finished) and Licenses Charting and Market Supervision of Internet Finance.