Li Huang

PhD Student, University of California, Irvine
Frédéric Bastiat Fellow

Li Huang is a PhD student in criminology, law & society at the University of California, Irvine. Her research interests focus on white-collar crime and the comparative study of financial fraud, with particular emphasis on the politico-economic and regulatory structures of financial systems and their relation to financial crises. Li earned a PhD and JM in law from Fudan Law School, a JSM in law from Stanford University Law School, and a BA in economics from Shanghai University of International Business and Economics. She was a Mercatus Center Don Lavoie fellow during the spring 2021 semester.