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Working languages: German, English, French
Undergraduate studies in law at the University of Oxford (M.A., 1997-2000); Chinese language and Chinese law studies at Beijing University (2000-2001); postgraduate studies at Columbia School of Law (LL.M., 2001-2002); Internship at the coordination office of WIPO to the United Nations in New York (2001); Dean Acheson Legal Stage Fellow (clerkship) at the European Court of Justice in Luxemburg with Prof. Dr. Ninon Colneric (2001); management consultant at McKinsey & Company in Berlin and in the Asia House, Frankfurt (2002-2005); postgraduate studies (LL.M.) at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich (2005-2006); doctoral degree in law at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich (2011); Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law, Munich (2008-2011); Programme Coordinator of the International Max Planck Research School for Competition and Innovation (IMPRS-CI), Munich (2008-2011); Coordinator of the Professional Trainings in Intellectual Property at the China-EU School of Law (CESL), Beijing (since 2008); Affiliated Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law (since 2011); Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute, Florence (since 2011).
The Transformation of Enforcement in Europe: The project addresses the overarching research question of what theoretical and policy response to the transformation of law enforcement is best suited for the design, creation and operation of a compensatory and equitable, democratic and legitimate, workable and efficient system of law enforcement of European and international economic law in Europe. In terms of research methodology, the project – as hypothesis-driven research project – relies on interdisciplinary socio-legal analysis and, in particular, empirical legal studies. It offers the first comprehensive cross-national analysis of the transformation of enforcement of European and international economic law in Europe.
Main research interests in the fields of International, European and Asian economic law and its theory, international trade, trade agreements, business transactions, international commercial arbitration and mediation, law and technology as well as (comparative) legal method and the economic analysis of the law.