Sunday, January 16, 2011
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
I am thrilled to report that joining our law faculty next fall laterally from Buffalo Law is Wentong Zheng (Ph.D., Stanford University, 2005; J.D., Stanford University, 2005; M.A., Renmin University of China, 1998; B.A., Renmin University of China, 1995). Wentong is one of the most insightful scholars writing on Chinese competition law and policy.
Among his works on the Chinese AML are:
Transplanting Antitrust in China: Economic Transition, Market Structure, and State Control, 32 University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law 643 (2010).
China's Competition Policy Reforms: The Anti-Monopoly Law and Beyond (with Bruce M. Owen and Su Sun) Antitrust Law Journal vol. 75: 231-65 (2008)
Antitrust in China: The Problem of Incentive Compatibility (with Bruce M. Owen and Su Sun) Journal of Competition Law & Economics vol. 1: 123-48 (2005)
Wentong also writes in the area of trade, criminal law and law and economics more generally.
With the addition of Wentong, this increases the UF antitrust law group to four- Wentong, myself, Bill Page and Jeff Harrison. We also have Roger Blair and David Sappington in our economics department.