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CHINA IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC DISPUTE RESOLUTION, 17 – 18 January 2018, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen.
Welcome remarks and Keynote address (Chair: Assoc. Prof. Joanna Jemielniak)
Jacob Graff Nielsen, Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen
Shujing Zhang, Economic and Commercial Counsellor of the Chinese Embassy in Denmark
Erik Laursen, Head of Asia, Latin America and Oceania Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark
Keynote address: Vivienne Bath, Professor, Director of the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law and Director of Research of the China Studies Centre, University of Sydney (Chair: Assoc. Prof. Joanna Jemielniak)
China as a regional and global power (Chair: Prof. Ditlev Tamm)
Carsten Boyer Thøgersen, Director, Consul-General (ret), Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute, Copenhagen Business School: China Enters the World
Jørgen Delman, Professor, Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen: Setting an International Example for Urban Green Development in Hangzhou, China - Challenges and New Pathways
Wusheng Yu, Associate Professor, Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen: China’s WTO Commitments and Trade Disputes: the Case of Agricultural Support
Trade Dispute Resolution (Chair: Prof. Liyu Han)
Li Chen, Professor and Vice Dean of School of Law, Fudan University: Can Foreign Arbitration Institution Administer Cases Seated in the PRC?
Bingwan Xiong, Assistant Professor, Renmin University School of Law: Contextual Elements and Personal Preferences in the WTO’ Treaty Interpretation
Jiaxiang Hu, Professor and Director of Asian Law Center, Koguan School of Law, Shanghai Jiao Tong University: Alternative Dispute Resolutions in the Implementation of “One Belt, One Road” Strategy
Investment Dispute Resolution (Chair: Prof. Li Chen)
Ole Kristian Fauchald, Professor & Fredrik Lindmark, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo: Why is China Involved in Few Treaty Based Investment Disputes?
Liyu Han, Professor, Renmin University School of Law: China’s Foreign Investment Law at a Crossroads: New Challenge
Julien Chaisse, Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong: China in International Economic Dispute Resolution-- Investment Dispute Resolution
Bin Gu, Assistant Professor, Beijing Foreign Studies University: Immunity from Jurisdiction and Dispute Settlement: A Perspective of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
Delei Peng, Associate Professor, East China University of Science of Technology: The Other Side of the Coin: In Search of the Foreign Investor’s Obligation in International Investment Law
Commercial Arbitration (Chair: Prof. Julien Chaisse)
Xiuwen Zhao, Professor, Renmin University School of Law: Several Issues on Access to the Chinese Arbitration Market by Foreign Arbitration Institutions
Helena Chen, Head of Beijing Office and Partner, Pinsent Masons LLP: China in International Economic Dispute Resolution: Commercial Arbitration
Joanna Jemielniak, Associate Professor, iCourts, University of Copenhagen: Arb-Med in China from a Comparative Perspective
Energy Disputes (Chair: Assoc. Prof. Anita Rønne)
Libin Zhang, Deputy Director of Peking University Energy Law and Policy Research Institute, and Partner of Broad & Bright: China’s OBOR Initiative and Dispute Resolution in the Energy Sector
Jens Blomgren-Hansen, Partner, Kromann Reumert: China as a Premier Investment Market? What would it take for China to become Premier Investment Market for International Renewable Energy Investors?
(Munir) AFM Maniruzzaman, Professor, Portsmouth Law School: Energy Investment Protection and Dispute Resolution along the New Silk Road with a Special Focus on South Asia
Olubayo Oluduro, Professor, Faculty of Law, Adekunle Ajasin University & Wen Xiang, Assistant Professor, CORA, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen: China’s Investment in the Nigerian Energy Sector: A Prognosis of the Dispute Settlement Paradigm
Cultural Issues (Chair: Prof. Carsten Boyer Thøgersen)
Hanne Petersen, Professor, CECS, University of Copenhagen: Reflections on Cultural Transformations, Crises and Conflicts
Ditlev Tamm, Professor, CRS, University of Copenhagen: China as a Cultural Challenge
Chunrong Liu, Associate Professor, Fudan-European Center for China Studies: The Power of Frame Alignment: China and the Relative Peace in East Asia
Special Seminar: China in International Economic Law: New Horizons, 19 January 2018, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen
Roundtable with Julien Chaisse, Professor, Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Helena Chen, Head of Beijing Office and Partner, Pinsent Masons LLP, Vivienne Bath, Professor, Director of the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law, University of Sydney, Libin Zhang, Deputy Director of Peking University Energy Law and Policy Research Institute, and Partner of Broad & Bright. Moderators: Joanna Jemielniak, Associate Professor and Wen Xiang, Assistant Professor, University of Copenhagen. 19 January 2018, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen