Dr. Fei-Ling Wang received his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. He joined the Georgia Tech faculty as an Assistant Professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs in 1993, and was promoted to associate professor in 1999 and professor in 2005. His research focus is comparative and international political economy, and East Asia and China studies. He has published six books (two co-edited) in two languages, of which the most recent one is Organization through Division and Exclusion: China’s Hukou System (Stanford University Press. 2005). In addition to numerous book chapters and reports, he has published dozens of articles in journals and newspapers such as The China Quarterly, Christian Science Monitor, Harvard International Review, International Herald Tribune, Journal of Contemporary China, The New York Times, Pacific Affairs and The Washington Quarterly as well as journals in China, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Korea and Singapore.
Before coming to Georgia Tech, Dr. Wang taught at the U.S. Military Academy (West Point). He has had numerous grants from U.S. and foreign sources and frequently appears in U.S. and international news media such as Al Jazeera, AP, BBC, Businessweek, China Business News, CNN, Financial Times, South China Morning Post, The New York Times, Radio China and Xinhua.
Wang has been a Member and an International Affairs Fellow of the Council on Foreign Relations, an adjunct/honorary professor of the Renmin University of China and Anhui Normal University in China, a visiting professor at Sciences Po in France and Hanyang University in Korea, a visiting fellow at the European University Institute in Italy and the University of Tokyo in Japan, a Fulbright Professor in Yonsei University in Korea, a Senior Visiting Fellow at the National University of Singapore, and a Minerva Chair at the United States Air Force Academy.