Huo earned his PhD from the University of North Carolina in 2006. His primary research interest is in the political economy of institutions and incentives, covering topics such as the electoral logic of redistributive policy, role of the public sector, and socio-political coordination among businesses.
- Hui Feng and Jingjing Huo. “The Political Economy of Technological Innovation and Employment” Comparative Political Studies, 2010, 43(3), pp. 329-52.
- “The Role of Inter-firm Networks in Technological Innovation and Education” Comparative Political Studies, 2009, 42(5), pp. 587-610.
- Huo, Jingjing, Nelson, Moira, and John D. Stephens. “Social Democracy and the Labour Market: Activation or Decommodification?” Journal of European Social Policy, 2008, 18(1), pp. 5-20.
- Hooghe, Liesbet, Huo, Jingjing, and Gary Marks. “Does Occupation Shape Attitudes on Europe? Benchmarking Operationalizations.” Acta Politica, 2007, 42, pp. 329-51.
- “Comparing Welfare States in Australia and Canada: A Party Competition Theory of Welfare State Development.” Journal of Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 2006, 44(2), pp. 167-89.