Portrait of Dr Jing Wang Dr Jing Wang

j.wang3@hud.ac.uk | 01484 472112



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Position: Research Assistant, The Law School
Qualifications: BA, LLM, PhD, PGCert in Higher Education (pending)
Research Group: Law Research Group (LRG)


Jing joined the University of Huddersfield in 2017 as a Research Assistant, after received her PhD degree in Law at Bangor University.

Research and Scholarship

Current Research Interests

  • Government intervention and state-oriented monopoly in China
  • Chinese anti-monopoly enforcement
  • Competition issues in Banking Law

Publications and Other Research Outputs


Wang, J (2017) ‘A maze of contradictions: Chinese law and policy in the development process of privately owned small and medium-sized enterprises in ChinaMichigan State International Law Review , 25 (3), pp. 491-554. ISSN 2328-3068

Wang, J (2017) ‘Why the anti-monopoly law of China 2007 fails to protect privately-owned SMEs: struggling against collusion between administrative agencies and state-owned enterprises’. In: International Meeting on Law and Society, 20th-23rd June 2017, Mexico City, Mexico

Wang, J (2017) ‘Fostering or Suppression? Reluctance of Chinese Privately-Owned Fixed Broadband Operators to Enter the Market from the Perspective of the Anti-Monopoly Law of China 2007Proceedings of the 6th Annual International Conference on Law, Regulations and Public Policy (LRPP 2017) . ISSN 2251-3809

Wang, J (2017) ‘The Public Interest Test: How Fairness in the Chinese Market Can be Promoted through the Anti-Monopoly Law of China 2007’. In: SLSA Conference 2017, 5-7 April 2017, Newcastle University

Wang, J (2017) Threats to privately-owned small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in China from the state-owned enterprise policy and the state's interest: towards developing an effective legal framework for the protection of Chinese privately-owned SMEs Doctoral thesis, Bangor University.


Wang, J (2016) ‘When Chinese Economic Law Faces Administrative Powers: How Fairness Between Economic Actors Can Be Promoted Through Law in China’. In: 2016 UK IVR Annual Conference, 29th-30th October 2016, University of Leeds, UK

Wang, J (2016) ‘Threats to Privately-Owned SMEs in China from the State-Owned Enterprise Policy and the State’s Interest: Towards Developing an Effective Legal Framework for the Protection of Chinese Privately-Owned SMEs’. In: The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference 2016, 6th-9th September 2016, Oxford, UK

Wang, J (2016) ‘Struggling against Administrative Powers: Practical Applications of the Anti-Monopoly Law of China 2007 towards Privately-Owned SMEs’. In: 10th Annual International Graduate Legal Research Conference (IGLRC 2016), April 4th-5th 2016, King's College London, UK

Wang, J (2016) ‘Factors Affecting the Functions of the Anti-Monopoly Law of China 2007 in the Chinese Refined Oil Retail Market’. In: International Postgraduate Legal Conference 2016, 11th January 2016, University of Liverpool, UK


Jing is a member of the Technical Programme Committee of the Global Science and Technology Forum 2018 Annual International Conference on Law, Regulation, Public Policy, and onwards.

Jing is a member of

  • the Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA), U.K.
  • Society of Legal Scholars (SLS), U.K.
  • Competition Law Association (CLA), U.K.
  • Law and Society Association (LSA), U.S.
  • The East Asian Law and Society Collaborative Research Network, U.S.
  • Global Science and Technology Forum (GSTF), Singapore
  • Asian Law and Society Association (ALSA), Japan
  • the Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ)
  • The Secure Societies Institute (SSI), U.K.
  • Hong Kong Competition Association, China
  • WTO & China-Asean Free Trade Area Law and Trade Society, China

Research Degree Supervision

Jing’s main research interest is Competition Law and Policy, with particular focus on state powers in the market.

Jing is Masters Dissertation Supervisor, and Assessor of Annual Progress Reviews of PhD Students.

Enterprise Activities

Trainee Finance Officer, Hongyunhonghe Tobacco (Group) Co., Ltd., China 2007-2008.

Administrative Responsibilities

Jing is a co-organiser of a calendar of events which invites external and internal speakers to deliver speeches, and also a co-editor for compiling and producing Law Research Group Newsletters.

Teaching and Professional Activities

Jing is Module Leader for the following LLM modules in the acdemic year 2017/18:

  • Legal Research Methods
  • Commercial Law

Jing is Module Tutor for the following Undergradate module in the academic year 2017/18

  • Professional Aspects of Business

Jing has experience at the university of delivering:

  • PhD Student Meeting for research students
  • Competition Law for postgraduate
  • Economic Law for Business for undergraduate