Professor Ming DuAssociate Lecturer
Dr Du's research interests lie in International Economic Law, in particular WTO Law and Foreign Investment Law; Comparative Business Law, in particular corporate law and securities regulations; and Chinese Law.
Prior to joining Lancaster Law School as a Reader in International Business Law, Dr. Ming Du taught WTO law, corporate law and Chinese law in Hong Kong and practised corprate law in New York. He holds a DPhil in law from the University of Oxford, an LL.M from Harvard Law School, and also law degrees from Tsinghua University in China. He is a qualified attorney in the State of New York. At Lancaster Law School, Dr. Ming Du convenes LLM International Business Law & Institutions and LLB Introduction to Business Law and Practice.
PhD Supervision Interests
Dr Du welcomes applications in the broad fields of International Economic Law, comparative business law and Chinese Law. Prospective research students are welcome to discuss with Dr Du informally their proposed doctoral research projects.
Selected Publications Show all 16 publications
China's state capitalism and world trade law
Du, M. 04/2014 In: International and Comparative Law Quarterly. 63, 2, p. 409-448. 40 p.
The rise of national regulatory autonomy in the GATT/WTO Regime
Du, M. 09/2011 In: Journal of International Economic Law. 14, 3, p. 639-675. 37 p.
Standard of review under the SPS agreement after EC- Hormones II
Du, M. 2010 In: International and Comparative Law Quarterly. 59, 2, p. 441-459. 19 p.