AAI International Advisor for China. Xiaoye Wang is Professor of Law at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and Distinguished Professor at Hunan University (China). She holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Philosophy from Inner Mongolian Normal University (1981), a LL.M. from Renmin University (1984), and a Doctor Juris from University Hamburg (1993). She works in the areas of economic law, and focuses on antitrust law. She has published over 200 papers in Chinese, German and English, and is the author and editor of 20 books including “Monopole und Wettbewerb in der chinesischen Wirtschaft”(J.C.B.Mohr1993), “Competition Law in China”(Kluwer Law International 2012) and “The Evolution of China’s Antimonopoly Law)(Edward Elgar 2014). She serves as Vice President of the Chinese Society of Economic Law, and Consultant Expert for the Anti-Monopoly Commission under State Council of China. She was advisor for the Drafting Committee of the Anti-monopoly Law, Head of the Consultant Committee for WTO Trade and Competition Policy of MOFCOM, and lectured twice for the Standing Committee of People’s National Congress.
Director of the Economic Law Department