Dr. Qianlan Wu is an assistant professor in the school of law, University of Nottingham. Her main research interests lie in international competition laws and competition regulation in China and Chinese law and market governance. Dr Wu holds a Ph.D in law from London School of Economics and Political Sciences, LL.M from university of Edinburgh, MA from Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and BA from Beijing University of Foreign Studies. Dr Wu was assistant professor in the Division of European Legal and Political Studies, Institute of European Studies of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Dr Wu previously taught at the LSE law department. Dr Wu is a member of UNCTAD Competition Law and Policy Research Partnership Platform. Dr Wu has been awarded the British Small Research Grant (2011-2012) and acted as the principal investigator to research on "When International Legal Norms Speak Chinese: Socialization of International Competition Law Norms into China's Antimonopoly Law". The project aims to investigate the mentality and practice of China in drawing upon international legal norms to development its socialist market economy. Dr Wu welcomes PhD application in her research areas and in relation to Chinese law.
International Competition Laws and Competition Regulation in China; Chinese law and market governance.
I am currently convening the following modules
- Introduction to the Chinese Legal System (Undergraduate Module)
- Chinese Business Law (Undergraduate Module)
- Contemporary Chinese Law in Context (Postgraduate Module)
Dr Wu's research focuses on international competition laws and the development of Antimonopoly Law in China and the changing relationships among the state, law and market economy in China's reforms.… read more
Dr Wu's research focuses on international competition laws and the development of Antimonopoly Law in China and the changing relationships among the state, law and market economy in China's reforms. Currently, Dr Wu is conducting research on the project " When International Legal Norms Speak Chinese: Socialization of International Competition Law Norms into the Antimonopoly Law of China", which is funded by the British Academy Small Research Grants in 2011-2012.