Name

WANG Jiangyu
 
 
Designation

Associate Professor
 
Qualifications

SJD (Pennsylvania), MJur (Oxford), LL.M. (Pennsylvania), LL.M. (Peking), LL.B. (China University of Political Science and Law), Attorney & Counsellor (New York State & China)
 
Appointment(s)

• Deputy Director of the Centre for Asian Legal Studies, National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law
• Executive Member of the Governing Council of the World Trade Organization Institute of China Law Society (China)
• Member of the Governing Council of the Chinese Society of International Economic Law
• Senior Fellow, Law and Development Institute (Australia)
• Fellow, Centre for Chinese Law, University of Hong Kong
• Fellow, Asian Institute of International Financial Law, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong
• Joint Editors-in-Chief, The Asian Journal of Comparative Law
• Editor, Law and Development Review
Email Address: lawwjy@nus.edu.sg
Office Tel: (65) 6516-3588 
Office Fax: (65) 6779-0979 
Office Address

FED-02-24
Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Eu Tong Sen Building
469G Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259776
 
Research Interests

International law and international relations
International economic law
World trade law
International financial regulation
Comparative corporate and securities law
Chinese corporate law and securities regulation
Financial regulation in China
Chinese legal system
 

Subjects Taught

International Economic Law & International Relations
China, India and International Law
Chinese Corporate and Securities Law
Law and Development in China
Chinese Legal Traditions and Legal Chinese
 

Brief Biodata

Dr. Wang Jiangyu (SJD & LLM, University of Pennsylvania; MJur, Oxford; LLM, Peking University; LLB, China University of Political Science and Law) is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law of the National University of Singapore. He was on secondament as an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law of The Chinese University of Hong Kong from August 2006 to July 2009. His teaching and research interests include international economic law, corporate and securities law, law and development, and Chinese legal system. He practiced law in the Legal Department of Bank of China and Chinese and American law firms. He served as a member of the Chinese delegation at the annual conference of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Conference in 1999. He is a member of the Chinese Bar Association and the New York Bar Association. He is also an Executive Member on the Governing Council of the WTO Institute of the China Law Society, a Senior Fellow at the Law and Development Institute (LDI), and a fellow of the Asian Institute of International Financial Law (Hong Kong). He has also been invited expert/speaker for the WTO, International Trade Centre (UNCTAD/WTO) and United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP). He recently received the 2007 Young Researcher Award of The Chinese University of Hong Kong in recognition of his accomplishment in research from 2006-2007. Dr. Wang has published extensively in Chinese and international journals and newspapers on a variety of law and politics related topics. He is a regular contributor to leading newspapers and magazines in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Mainland China.


Representative Publications

1. China, India and the International Economic Order (co-edited with M. Sornarajah), Cambridge University Press, 660 pp. (2010).

2. "Regulatory Competition and Cooperation between Securities Markets in Hong Kong and Mainland China" (2009) 4:3
Capital Markets Law Journal 383-404.

3. "Financial Liberalization in East Asia: Lessons from Crises and the Chinese Experience of Controlled Liberalization", (2007) 41:1
Journal of World Trade 211-241.

4. "The Rule of Law in China: A Realistic View of the Jurisprudence, the Impact of the WTO, and the Prospects for Future Development" [2004] Singapore Year Book of Legal Studies 347-389.

5. "China's Regional Trade Agreements (RTA) Approach: The Law, Geopolitics, and the Impact on the Multilateral Trading System" [2004] 8 Singapore Year Book of International Law 119-147.

6. "China and the Universal Human Rights Standards" (2001) 29:1 Syracuse Journal of International Law & Commerce 135-158.

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