Wei SHEN is Professor of Law at Shanghai Jiao Tong University Law School; PhD (LSE), LLM (Cantab), LLM (Michigan), LLM & LLB (ECUPL). He is a lawyer qualified in New York practising for a decade, mostly in Hong Kong, on foreign direct investment, private equity and mergers and acquisitions. His main research interests include financial regulation, corporate governance, international investment law and commercial arbitration. He has published more than 160 articles in Chinese and English journals, and is the author of the books: Rethinking the New York Convention – A Law and Economics Approach (Cambridge: Intersentia 2013), The Anatomy of China’s Banking Sector and Regulation (Wolters Kluwer 2014), How Is International Economic Order Shaped? – Law, Markets and Globalisation (China Law Press 2014), Corporate Law in China: Structure, Governance and Regulation (Sweet & Maxwell 2015), Investor Protection in Capital Markets – The Case of Hong Kong (Sweet & Maxwell 2015), Shadow Banking in China: Risk, Regulation and Policy (Edward Elgar 2016), Chinese Business Law – Narrative and Commentary (Wolters Kluwer 2016), and the edited book Private Law in China and Taiwan – A Law and Economics Approach (Cambridge University Press 2016). His article was cited by the Supreme Court of Singapore. He is an arbitrator with London Court of International Arbitration, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, Singapore International Arbitration Centre, Korean Commercial Arbitration Board (International), Shanghai International Arbitration Centre, Shanghai Arbitration Commission, China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, and Shenzhen International Court of Arbitration.

Shen Wei, PhD Professor of Law, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Law School

Wei SHEN is Professor of Law at Shanghai Jiao Tong University Law School; PhD (LSE), LLM (Cantab), LLM (Michigan), LLM & LLB (ECUPL). He is a lawyer qualified in New York practising for a decade, mostly in Hong Kong, on foreign direct investment, private equity and mergers and acquisitions. His main research interests include financial regulation, corporate governance, international investment law and commercial arbitration. He has published more than 160 articles in Chinese and English journals, and is the author of the books: Rethinking the New York Convention – A Law and Economics Approach (Cambridge: Intersentia 2013), The Anatomy of China’s Banking Sector and Regulation (Wolters Kluwer 2014), How Is International Economic Order Shaped? – Law, Markets and Globalisation (China Law Press 2014), Corporate Law in China: Structure, Governance and Regulation (Sweet & Maxwell 2015), Investor Protection in Capital Markets – The Case of Hong Kong (Sweet & Maxwell 2015), Shadow Banking in China: Risk, Regulation and Policy (Edward Elgar 2016), Chinese Business Law – Narrative and Commentary (Wolters Kluwer 2016), and the edited book Private Law in China and Taiwan – A Law and Economics Approach (Cambridge University Press 2016). His article was cited by the Supreme Court of Singapore. He is an arbitrator with London Court of International Arbitration, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, Singapore International Arbitration Centre, Korean Commercial Arbitration Board (International), Shanghai International Arbitration Centre, Shanghai Arbitration Commission, China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, and Shenzhen International Court of Arbitration.

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