Research Institutes
Erasmus China Law Centre

Participants

Director
Yuwen Li
E-mail | Area L7.09

Secretariat
Ipek Ören & Sanne Nordbjorn
E-mail | room L7.041

International Relations Manager
Hanz Zwart
E-mail | Area L4.0

Associated professors

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    Gao Hongjun
    Professor of Sociology of Law, Tsinghua University

  • Foto van Ji Weidong

    Ji Weidong
    Professor of Comparative Law,
    Dean of KoGuan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

  • Lin Lihong

    Lin Lihong
    Professor of Administrative Law
    Director Center for Protection of the Rights for Disadvantaged Citizens

  • Lu Song

    Lu Song
    Professor of International Law
    Dean of Law Faculty and Director of Institute of International Law, China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU)

     

  • Lu Zhongmei

    Lu Zhongmei
    Professor of Environmental Law
    President of Hubei University of Economics

     

  • Wang Xigen

    Wang Xigen
    Professor of Legal Theory
    Vice Dean of Law School of Wuhan University

  • Wang Zhengmin

    Wang Zhengmin
    Professor of Constitutional Law
    Dean, Tsinghua University School of Law

  • Ye Jingyi

    Ye Jingyi
    Professor of Labour Law

PhD Projects

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    Yuan Bo

  • Foto van Bian Cheng

    Bian Cheng

  • Foto van Ji Jenny

    Ji Jenny

  • Foto van Zhang Jinyue

    Zhang Jinyue
    'The Application of Law in Cross-Border Issuing and Trading of Securities between Europe and China'

  • Wanli Ma
    ‘Whither Domestic Courts? The Observation, Evaluation and Reformation of Domestic Courts' Roles and Functions in International Investment Dispute Settlement‘

  • Foto van Fu Qiqi

    Fu Qiqi

  • Foto van Liu Shuo

    Liu Shuo

  • Foto van Xun Xiao

    Xun Xiao

  • Foto van Yayun Shen

    Shen Yayun
    'Instrument mix for green building'

  • Foto van Hu Yi

    Hu Yi

  • Foto van Xin Wen

    Xu Yixin

  • Foto van Xin Wen

    Xin Wen

  • Anran Zhang
    ‘The Legal Status of Controlled Entities in International Investment Arbitration’

  • Yayi Zhang
    ‘Non-public Bribery, Public Enforcement: A Comparative Study of Commercial Bribery among China, the United Kingdom and the United States’