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Prof Xianlin WANG (王先林教授)
Prof Xianlin Wang is a distinguished professor of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, director of Center for Competition Law and Policy of SJTU. He is a member of the Advisory Group of Experts of the Anti-Monopoly Commission of the State Council of China, a member of the Expert Committee of State Administration for Industry and Commerce (now the State Administration for Market Regulation), and Vice president of Economic Law Association of China Law Society. He was the executive vice dean of Sha ... [more] Prof Xianlin Wang is a distinguished professor of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, director of Center for Competition Law and Policy of SJTU. He is a member of the Advisory Group of Experts of the Anti-Monopoly Commission of the State Council of China, a member of the Expert Committee of State Administration for Industry and Commerce (now the State Administration for Market Regulation), and Vice president of Economic Law Association of China Law Society. He was the executive vice dean of Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Law.

Prof Wang earned his bachelor’s degree of law from Anhui University (1987), master’s degree of law from China University of Political Science and Law (1990), PhD in law from Renmin University of China (2001). He conducted his postdoctoral research in Wuhan University (2002-2004). He was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar in the George Washington University Law School (2007-2008). He is now a senior visiting fellow in Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition in Munich December, 2017 through May, 2018.

His research focuses on competition law and intellectual property law, especially the interface between the two areas. He has authored and co-authored 20 books and has published more than 100 articles. His recent work includes Competition Law (Renmin University of China Press, 2018, 3rd edition); Research on Economic Law (Law Press, 2013); Research on Hot Issues of Enforcement of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law (Law Press, 2011); Intellectual Property and Anti-Monopoly Law: Abusing Intellectual Property Rights from the Perspective of Competition Law (Law Press, 2018, 3rd edition).
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PUBLISHED PAPERS
Competition and Innovation: Interface between Antitrust Law and Intellectual Property Right Protection (反垄断法与创新发展-兼论反垄断与保护知识产权的协调发展)
(Full article available in Chinese only)
2016, Legal Science, No. 12, 2012, p. 50-57 (《法学》,2016年第12期,第50-57页)
The article starts with an introductory overview of the academic debates on the relationship between innovation and competition: there are two main camps of argument of which one is led by Joseph Schumpeter and the other one by Kenneth Arrow. Schumpeter and his supporters suggested that monopoly allows companies to make good profits which are essential for technological innovation; Kenneth Arrow and his fellow scholars hold an opposing view that market competition best creates motivations for bu ...
Domestic Countermeasures and International Coordination of Anti-monopoly in the Context of Economic Globalization (经济全球化背景下反垄断的国内因应和国际协调)
(Full article available in Chinese only)
2017, Academics, No.12, 2017, p.5-22 (《学术界》,2017年第12期 ,第5-22页)
"Characterized by informatization, marketization and internationalization, economic globalization is irreversible in general trend, even if the process won’t run smoothly. Development of economic globalization affects antimonopoly or competition law and policy broadly and deeply. Domestically, antimonopoly needs to be adjusted concerning change of market structure, reduction of barrier to entry, expansion of enterprise scale and complexity of market behavior influenced by economic globalization, ...
Interaction and Cooperation Between Academia and Competition Enforcement Agencies in China – Taking Research Center of Competition Law and Policy of Shanghai Jiaotong University as an Example (中国内地学术机构与竞争执法机构的合作与互动 ─ 以上海交通大学竞争法律与政策研究中心为例)
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
In his capacity as Director of the Research Center of Competition Law and Policy of Shanghai Jiaotong University, Prof Wang speaks about the collaboration and cooperation between the Center and competition enforcement agencies in China. In a wide arrange of areas, including law review, drafting of guidelines and regulations, legal analysis for enforcement cases and research, the Center has worked closely with the national and local enforcement authorities since its establishment in 2010. Prof Wa ...