- Dr. Pinguang Ying
- Associate Dean, School of WTO Research and Education, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics (SUIBE)
- Deputy Director, Shanghai Center for Global Trade and Economic Governance (SC- GTEG)
- Part-time Researcher of Competition Law Institute of East China University of Political Science and Law
Fields of specialization:
- Competition law and policy
- Economic law
- Consumer law
Shanghai Center for Global Trade and Economic Governance (SC-GTEG)
Pinguang Ying received his Mater degree in law from Sichuan University in 2006, and the PhD degree in law from East China University of Political Science and Law in 2012. He started his lecturer career in 2012 in Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, and became the Deputy Director of the Shanghai Think Tank- Shanghai Center for Global Trade and Economic Governance (SC-GTEG) in 2015. During April to June 2013, he was Visiting Scholar of Singapore Management University, collaborating with professor Henry Gao on the research of public-private partnership in trade remedy regulations, and helping him conducting surveys in China on trade remedies (anti-dumping and countervailing).
He also serves as a part-time researcher at the competition law Institute of East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL), a member of the Asia Competition Association (ACA) and a member of the Competition Law Research Association of Shanghai Law Society.
His area of specialization is competition law and policy, especially competition issues in the field of international trade and economy. He chaired or participated in a number of national, provincial or international research projects, and published more than 30 papers in Chinese or English. He also has been invited to give speeches in many domestic or overseas competition law-related conferences, focusing on promoting the development of China’s competition policy and the spread of competition culture, and actively communicating with international community the development of China’s competition policy.Back to overview