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The political economy of competition law in China
Información básica
el Lunes, 27 de Mayo 2019, 14:00 - 16:30
C/ Serrano 26, 4ºderecha, 28001, Madrid
Descripción
Fide holds this session. To attend, it is essential to request assistance to Carmen Hermida (carmen.hermida@fidefundacion.es). Please ask for registration conditions. This session will be carried out in English.

Objectives
The political economy of the competition law in China offers a unique perspective of China's competition law that lies within its legal, institutional, economic and political contexts. Adopt a framework that focuses on key stakeholders and the relevant government and policy environment, and take advantage of stakeholders
On the occasion of a recent publication by the speaker, Fide held this session to comment on the most important aspects of that publication.

Interviews, case studies, and doctrinal analyzes, the author examines China's antitrust law in the context of the political economy from which it arose and in which it now applies. It explains the legal and economic reasoning used by Chinese competition authorities to interpret and apply antitrust.
Law, and offers valuable and novel information about the processes and dynamics of the law and decision-making in accordance with that law.

Panelist: Dr. Wendy Ng, Senior Lecturer at Melbourne Law School, where she is the Deputy Director of the Competition Law and Economics Network and an Associate Director (China) of the Asian Law Centre. *

Moderator: Francisco Marcos, Professor of Law, IE Law School.

Schedule: The session will be held between 14:00 and 16:30 hours, reserving the first half-hour for an informal snack.

Dr. Wendy Ng is a Senior Lecturer at Melbourne Law School, where she is the Deputy Director of the Competition Law and Economics Network and an Associate Director (China) of the Asian Law Centre. She completed her undergraduate studies (LLB (Hons)/BCom) and Ph.D. at the University of Melbourne. Her Ph.D. was awarded the University of Melbourne’s Chancellor’s Prize for Excellence in the Ph.D. thesis and the Melbourne Law School Harold Luntz Graduate Research Prize for Best Ph.D. Thesis. Wendy also has an LLM from Columbia University.

Wendy researches on competition law, focusing on China, international and comparative, and political economy issues. Her book, The Political Economy of Competition Law in China, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2018. Her research on Chinese competition law and competition advocacy has been published in international journals and edited collections. She was also awarded the 2015 Gaire Blunt Scholarship from the Business Law Section of the Law Council of Australia for research on the independence of competition agencies in China.

Prior to joining Melbourne Law School, Wendy worked as a lawyer at leading international commercial law firms in Melbourne and New York and as a lecturer at the University of Adelaide. She has also worked with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and other development partners to support the introduction and development of competition law and policy in South East Asia.



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