Paolo Davide Farah

Founder, President and Director

Professor Paolo Davide Farah (PhD, PhD, LL.M, J.D.) is Founder, President and Director of gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom) and he works at West Virginia University (WV, USA) and teaches climate change, trade, energy and environmental law and policy.

Professor Paolo Davide Farah (PhD, PhD, LL.M, J.D.) is Founder, President and Director of gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom).

Professor Farah teaches climate change, trade, energy, and environmental law and policy at West Virginia University (WVU), John D. Rockefeller IV School of Policy and Politics, Department of Public Administration and College of Law, WV, USA. Member of the West Virginia University, Energy Institute. Member of the West Virginia University, Center for Innovation in Gas Research and Utilization (CIGRU). Member of West Virginia University, Institute of Water Science and Security (IWSS).

 

He is also Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL), Georgetown University Law Center, Washington DC, USA.

 

Professor Farah is an expert in the interaction among trade, economic globalization and non trade concerns, such as sustainable development, energy, environment and human rights with a special focus on China and other Asian countries.

Professor Farah has previously taught international environmental and energy law, climate change, public international law, international economic law and WTO law, European Law, Comparative law & Chinese law, international business law, company law and in Liverpool, United Kingdom (2012-2014), at University of Milan, Bologne and Turin in Italy (2003-2011).

He is also Principal Investigator of gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom) for the EU commission funded research projects EPSEI, POREEN and LIBEAC.

He acts as an Editor-in-Chief of the Book Series “Transnational Law and Governance”,  of the Book Series “Global Law and Sustainable Development”  both published by  Routledge (UK) and  Editor-in-Chief of the Book Series on Studies on Globalization for Wolters Kluwer) which can publish Books in Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese and other languages.

During the academic year 2011-2012, he was a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School, East Asian Legal Studies Program. Previously, he spent more than four years in Beijing coordinating EU Commission research projects in collaboration with Chinese Universities such as Tsinghua University Law School, Peking University, China-EU School of Law, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Shanghai JiaoTong University. He is Visiting Professor in different Chinese Universities.  He was individually awarded of the Science & Technology Fellowship (STF) Program in China funded by the European Union and the European Commission Delegation to China and Mongolia. He was also EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, THCEREL – Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law in Beijing (China) and at the Department of Philosophy, at the CRAES – Chinese Research Academy on Environmental Sciences in Beijing (China), at Peking University School of Government and at Beijing Normal University, Department of Business and Economics.  In the Fall 2004, Professor Farah was also a Resident Fellow at the Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL), Georgetown University Law Center, Washington DC, USA.

 

He is the Scientific Director and Program Coordinator of the Summer School held at Peking University School of Government with two parallel curricula: “Summer Institute on Climate Change and Environmental Protection” (SICCEP) and “Summer Institute on Intellectual Property Rights and China” (IP-China). He has been a Consultant for the European Commission in Brussels) and TAIEX-Technical Assistance Information Exchange of the European Commission (EU law implementation in new member States such as Cyprus and Slovak Republic); International Consultant and Legal Advisor for a project by United Nations Development Program (UNDP) to assist and assess the accession of Belarus to the WTO (in particular the TRIPs agreement) and to verify whether the commitments taken by Belarus within the framework of the Customs Union of Belarus, Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation are in compliance with the future potential accession to the WTO. He had been Consultant (2007-2009) for the Italian Ministry of the Economic Development and Commerce and for the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development). Professor Farah also worked at the Legal Affairs Division of the World Trade Organization in Geneva,was an Associate Lawyer of Baker & McKenzie Law Firm, Milan Branch (2003-2005), Professor Farah has collaborated in different roles with the European Union Chamber of Commerce in Beijing (China), the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) in Beijing (China), Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer – International Law Firm in Beijing (China), Assolombarda (Italian Entrepreneurial Association of Lombardy Region - the largest regional Entrepreneurial Association of Confindustria), ANCI (Italian Association for Shoes Producers), Chamber of Commerce in Milan, Banca Popolare di Milano.

 

He is a Regular Member of the:

1) International Law Association – ILA (American and Italian Branch),

 2) American Society of International Law (ASIL), 

3) European Society of International Law (ESIL), 

4) Association Study of Law, Culture, The Humanities (ASLCH), 

5) European China Law Studies Association (ECLS), 

6) Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA), 

7) Law and Society Association (LSA) , 

8) American Association of Geographers (AAG), 

9) College of Europe Alumni Association, 

10)  Collegio di Milano Alumni Association, 

Since 2014, Professor Farah has been an Appointed Member of the International Law Association – ILA American Branch Committee on International Trade Law; Appointed Member of the International Law Association – ILA Committee on Role of International Law in Sustainable Natural Resource Management for Development; Appointed Member of the International Law Association – ILA Committee on Sustainable Development and the Green Economy in International Trade Law; Appointed Member of the International Law Association – ILA Study Group on Preferential Trade Agreements. Since 2016, he is Chair/Convener of the Coordinating Committee of the European Society of International Law – International Environmental Law Interest Group. Since 2017, he is an Elected Chair of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) Intellectual Property Law Interest Group.

 

Professor Farah has more than 50 articles, 9 books and 3 journal special issues published or forthcoming and he has presented his work to more than 120 international conferences and workshops.

 

Professor Farah is Guest Editor-in-Chief for the SSCI – Journal of World Energy Law and Business (Oxford University Press). Professor Farah’ work has appeared or is forthcoming, among others, in such journals as the Journal of International Economic Law (Oxford University Press), Journal of World Energy Law and Business (Oxford University Press), Journal of World Trade (Kluwer Law International), Legal Issues of Economic Integration (Kluwer Law International), MDPI Sustainability, European Energy and Environmental Law Review (Kluwer Law International), Oregon Law Review, Columbia Journal of Asian Law, Georgetown International Environmental law Review, Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Arizona State Law Journal

He graduated with a Maitrise in International and European Law from Paris Ouest La Defense Nanterre University (France), LLM in European Legal Studies from the College of Europe in Bruges (Belgium) and a Dual PhD in international law from Aix-Marseille University (France) and University of Milan (Italy).

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Competition Law and Trade in Energy vs. Sustainable Development: A Clash of Individualism and Cooperative Partnerships?

Farah, Paolo Davide and Otvos, Tivadar, Competition Law and Trade in Energy vs. Sustainable Development: A Clash of Individualism and Cooperative Partnerships? (June 26, 2018). Competition Law in Energy vs. Sustainable Development: A Clash of Individualism and Cooperative Partnerships?; Arizona State Law Journal, Vol. 50, No. 2, 2018, pp. 49. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3227777

European Union and Non-Trade Concerns in the World Trading System

Farah, Paolo Davide, L'Unione Europea e i Valori Non Commerciali nel Sistema Globale degli Scambi (European Union and Non-Trade Concerns in the World Trading System) (January 28, 2018). in Louis Godart and Sandro Gozi (edited), CITTADINANZA EUROPEA E DIRITTI UMANI (European Citizenship and Human Rights), Pubblicazioni del Sottosegrerio di Stato alla Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri del Governo Italiano (Publications of the Presidency of Council of Ministries of Italy). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3226463

Chinese Perspective of International Law

Farah, Paolo Davide, La Perspectiva China del Derecho Internacional (Chinese Perspective of International Law) (December 1, 2017). Spanish Journal of International Law, Volume 70/1, January - June 2018, pp. 227-234. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3174074

EU Energy Cooperation and Natural Gas in the Levant Basin: Assessing the Role of the Mediterranean Energy Regulators' Association

Farah, Paolo Davide and Tremolada, Riccardo, La cooperazione energetica dell’Unione Europea e il Gas Naturale nel Bacino di Levante: Quale Ruolo per l’Associazione delle Autorità dell’Energia del Mediterraneo (MedReg)? (EU Energy Cooperation and Natural Gas in the Levant Basin: Assessing the Role of the Mediterranean Energy Regulators' Association) (October 1, 2017). Diritto Comunitario e degli Scambi Internazionali (Community Law and International Trade), 4/2017, pp. 671 - 700 .

Trade and Progress: The Case of China

Trade and Progress: The Case of China. Columbia Journal of Asian Law, Vol. 30, No. 1, 2016, pp. 51 - 112. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3020365

Editorial Note - Sustainable Energy Investments and National Security: Arbitration and Negotiation Issues

Sustainable Energy Investments and National Security: Arbitration and Negotiation Issues. Journal of World Energy Law and Business, Oxford University Press, Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2015.

The Shale Gas in China in the Light of the Energy Security and the Principles of Sustainable Development

Lo Shale Gas in Cina alla Luce della Sicurezza Energetica e dei Principi dello Sviluppo Sostenibile (The Shale Gas in China in the Light of the Energy Security and the Principles of Sustainable Development). Italianieuropei, 2/2015, March 2015, pp. 132-141.

WTO Dispute Settlement System, Renewable Energy Subsidies and the Feed-in Tariffs

Il Sistema OMC di Risoluzione delle Controversie, le Sovvenzioni alle Energie Rinnovabili e le Feed-In Tariff (WTO Dispute Settlement System, Renewable Energy Subsidies and the Feed-in Tariffs). Rivista Di Diritto Del Commercio Internazionale, 2/2015, pp. 381-408.

The Role of China and of the WTO for the Development of the Non-Trade Concerns to Regulate the World Trade in a More Just and Durable Way

Le rôle de la Chine et de l’OMC dans le développement des Considérations Autres que Commerciales pour régler le commerce mondial de façon plus juste et durable (The Role of China and of the WTO for the Development of the Non-Trade Concerns to Regulate the World Trade in a More Just and Durable Way) in Laurence Potvin-Solis, Market Economy, Rights and Freedoms, and Common Values in Europe and Asia, Publications of the Jean Monnet Chair of the University of Lorraine, Metz, France (2012).

Internationalization of the Market, Dumping and State Aids: The EU Position and the Trade Defense Measures for the Enterprises

Internazionalizzazione del mercato, dumping e aiuti di Stato: la posizione dell’UE e le misure di difesa commerciale per le imprese (Internationalization of the Market, Dumping and State Aids: The EU Position and the Trade Defense Measures for the Enterprises). Rapporto Veneto Internazionale, Centri Studi e Ricerche Economiche e Sociali, Vianello Libri, Venezia, 2012, pp. 205-220.

Regulation and Prospects of the Shale Gas Market in China in Light of International Trade, Energy Law, Production-Sharing Agreements, Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development: A Comparison with the US Experience

Regolazione e prospettive del mercato dello shale gas in Cina: tra diritto del commercio internazionale, diritto dell'energia, accordi di produzione, protezione ambientale e sviluppo sostenibile: un confronto con l’esperienza statunitense (Regulation and Prospects of the Shale Gas Market in China in Light of International Trade, Energy Law, Production-Sharing Agreements, Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development: A Comparison with the US Experience). Diritto Comunitario e degli Scambi Internazionali, 1-2/2015, pp. 29-83.

The Energy in the Context of the WTO Agreements: Subsidies for the Renewable Energy and the OPEC Practice of Control of the Price

L'energia nel contesto degli accordi dell'OMC: Sovvenzioni per le energie rinnovabili e pratiche OPEC di controllo dei prezzi (The Energy in the Context of the WTO Agreements: Subsidies for the Renewable Energy and the OPEC Practice of Control of the Price). Journal of International Trade Law (Rivista di Diritto del Commercio Internazionale), 2/2013, pp. 343-381.

The Antidumping Measures of the European Union in the Light of the EU Regulation 182/2011

Le Misure Antidumping Dell’Unione Europea Alla Luce Del Regolamento N. 182/2011 (The Antidumping Measures of the European Union in the Light of the EU Regulation 182/2011) . Journal of International Trade Law (Rivista di Diritto del Commercio Internazionale) 3/2013, ISSN: 1593-2605, Giuffre, pp. 865.

The Chinese Economic Competition and the WTO

The Chinese Economic Competition and the WTO (La Concorrenza Economica Di Pechino Si Combatte Con Le Armi Del WTO). Milano Finanza, Mondo & Mercati, August 2005,  p. 7.<br>

China and WTO: Chinese Cultural Traditions in the WTO Context

Farah, Paolo Davide, China and WTO: Chinese Cultural Traditions in the WTO Context (L'Adesione Della Cina All'Organizzazione Mondiale Del Commercio: Ovvero Come Conciliare Cultura E Diritto). Rivista Trimestrale Mondo Cinese, Vol. 124, pp. 34-42, August-September 2005.

The Influence of Confucianism on the Construction of the Chinese Political and Juridical System

Farah, Paolo Davide, The Influence of Confucianism on the Construction of the Chinese Political and Juridical System (L'influenza della concezione confuciana sulla costruzione del sistema giuridico e politico cinese) (2008). IDENTITA EUROPEA E POLITICHE MIGRATORIE, Giovanni Bombelli, Bruno Montanari, eds., pp. 193-226, Vita e Pensiero, 2008.

Dumping and Anti-Dumping (Preface)

Farah, Paolo Davide and Soprano, Roberto, Dumping and Anti-Dumping (Preface) (November 1, 2009). Paolo Farah and Roberto Soprano, DUMPING AND ANTI-DUMPING (Dumping e Anti-dumping), Il Sole 24 Ore, pp. XXIV-183, November 2009.

Foreword to Margeret Stout & Jeannine M. Love, A Radically Democratic Response to Global Governance. Dystopian Utopias

Farah, Paolo Davide, Foreword to Margeret Stout & Jeannine M. Love, A Radically Democratic Response to Global Governance. Dystopian Utopias (July 04, 2016). Transnational Law and Governance, gLAWcal Book Series, Routledge Publishing (New-York/London) ISBN 978-1-1386-5405-1, December 2016, pp. XIII-XV.. Available at SSRN: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3003155

Foreword to Pasi Heikkurinen (edited), Sustainability and Peaceful Coexistence for the Anthropocene

Farah, Paolo Davide, Foreword to Pasi Heikkurinen (edited), Sustainability and Peaceful Coexistence for the Anthropocene (November 12, 2016). Transnational Law and Governance, gLAWcal Book Series, Routledge Publishing (New-York/London), ISBN 978-1-1386-3427-5, May 2017, pp. XIII-XVII.. Available at SSRN: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3003114

WTO Law in the Canadian Legal Order

Claudio DORDI (edited), THE ABSENCE OF DIRECT EFFECT OF WTO IN THE EC AND IN OTHER COUNTRIES, The Interuniversity Centre on the Law of International Economic Organizations (CIDOIE), Giappicchelli Editore, Turin 2010, pp. 323-330. ISBN 978-88-348-9623-5

Product Safety in the Framework of the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade

China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law, Global Law and Sustainable Development Book Series, Routledge Publishing (New-York/London), ISBN 978-1-4094-4848-8, September 2016, pp. 436-448

The Principle of Common But Differentiated Responsibilities in the International Regime of Climate Change

China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law, Global Law and Sustainable Development Book Series, Routledge Publishing (New-York/London), ISBN 978-1-4094-4848-8, September 2016, pp. 146-157

The Development of Global Justice and Sustainable Development Principles in the WTO Multilateral Trading System Through the Lens of Non-Trade Concerns: An Appraisal on China’s Progress

Paolo D. Farah, Elena Cima (Editors), China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law, Global Law and Sustainable Development Book Series, Routledge Publishing (New-York/London), ISBN 978-1-4094-4848-8, September 2016, pp. 10–58

Introduction and Overview

China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law, Global Law and Sustainable Development Book Series, Routledge Publishing (New-York/London), ISBN 978-1-4094-4848-8, September 2016, pp.1-9

Energy: Policy, Legal and Social-Economic Issues Under the Dimensions of Sustainability and Security

World Scientific Reference on Globalisation in Eurasia and the Pacific Rim, Imperial College Press (United Kingdom) & World Scientific Publishing, 2015

Energy Security, Water Resources and Economic Development in Central Asia

World Scientific Reference on Globalisation in Eurasia and the Pacific Rim, Imperial College Press (United Kingdom) & World Scientific Publishing, 2015

Energy Investments and Environmental Concerns in Southeast Asia

ENERGY: POLICY, LEGAL AND SOCIAL-ECONOMIC ISSUES UNDER THE DIMENSIONS OF SUSTAINABILITY AND SECURITY, World Scientific Reference on Globalisation in Eurasia and the Pacific Rim, Imperial College Press (London, UK) & World Scientific Publishing, Nov. 2015.

Global Energy Governance, International Environmental Law and Regional Dimension

ENERGY: POLICY, LEGAL AND SOCIAL-ECONOMIC ISSUES UNDER THE DIMENSIONS OF SUSTAINABILITY AND SECURITY, World Scientific Reference on Globalisation in Eurasia and the Pacific Rim, Imperial College Press (London, UK) & World Scientific Publishing, Nov. 2015.

WTO and Renewable Energy: Lessons from the Case Law

49 JOURNAL OF WORLD TRADE 6, Kluwer Law International, ISSN: 1011-6702, December 2015, pp. 1103 – 1116

Offshore natural gas resources in the eastern Mediterranean in relation to the European Union: a legal perspective through the lenses of MedReg

Journal of World Energy Law and Business, Oxford University Press, Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2015

China’s Participation in the World Trade Organization: Trade in Goods, Services, Intellectual Property Rights and Transparency Issues

EL COMERCIO CON CHINA: OPORTUNIDADES EMPRESARIALES, INCERTIDUMBRES JURIDICAS, pp. 83-121, Aurelio Lopez-Tarruella Martinez, ed., Editorial Tirant le Blanch, Valencia (Spain), 2010

Desirability of commodification of intangible cultural heritage: The unsatisfying role of intellectual property rights

Transnational Dispute Management, Special Issue, Volume 11, Issue 2, March 2014

A Comparison between Shale Gas in China and Unconventional Fuel Development in the United States: Health, Water and Environmental Risks

A comparison between Shale Gas in China and Unconventional Fuel Development in the United States: Health, Water and Environmental Risks. Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Vol. 41, No. 2, 2016, pp. 579-655.

Five Years of China WTO Membership: EU and US Perspectives About China's Compliance With Transparency Commitments and the Transitional Review Mechanism

Five Years of China WTO Membership: EU and US Perspectives about China's compliance with Transparency Commitments and the Transitional Review Mechanism. Legal Issues of Economic Integration, Kluwer Law International, Vol. 33, No. 3, August 2006, pp. 263-304.

Energy Trade and the WTO: Implications for Renewable Energy and the OPEC Cartel

Energy Trade and the WTO: Implications for Renewable Energy and the OPEC Cartel. Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL), Georgetown University Law Center, Oxford University Press, Volume 16 (3), September 2013, ISSN 1369-3034, pp. 707-740.

The Implementation of the WTO Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights

The implementation of the WTO Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs) in China. Tsinghua China Law Review, Vol. 2, Spring, 2010 , pp. 317-351.

Energy Investments and Environmental Concerns in South-East Asia

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Paolo Davide Farah, Piercarlo Rossi
Energy: policy, legal and social-economic issues under the dimensions of sustainability and security

Energy Security, Water Resources, Environmental Concerns and Economic Development in Central Asia

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Paolo Davide Farah, Piercarlo Rossi
Energy: policy, legal and social-economic issues under the dimensions of sustainability and security

Global Energy Governance, International Environmental Law and the Regional Dimension

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Paolo Davide Farah, Piercarlo Rossi
Energy: policy, legal and social-economic issues under the dimensions of sustainability and security

Product Safety in the Framework of the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade

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Paolo D. Farah and Elena Cima
China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law

A Comparison Between Shale Gas in China and Unconventional Fuel Development in the United States: Health, Water and Environmental Risks

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Paolo D. Farah and Elena Cima
China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law

The Principle of Common but Differentiated Responsibilities in the International Regime of Climate Change

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Paolo D. Farah and Elena Cima
China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law

The Development of Global Justice and Sustainable Development Principles in the WTO

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Paolo D. Farah and Elena Cima
China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law
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China's Belt and Road Initiative and Geopolitics in Eurasia: Cooperation in Energy, Infrastructures and Sustainable Development and the Role of the Chinese SOEs and the WTO

McGill University, Faculty of Law, Chancellor Day Hall 3644 Peel Street, Montreal, QC, H3A 1W9, Canada
September 21, 2018

Environmental Protection and Human Rights in International Law

University of Eastern Finland, Law School , Joensuu, Finland
August 20, 2018

Hydraulic Fracturing: Knowledge, Social Impacts and Participation

Student Union Building of Boise State University, Boise, Idaho, USA
September 7, 2018

Hydraulic Fracturing: From the United States' Experience to the Legal Framework in the European Union and the Member States

Student Union Building of Boise State University, Boise, Idaho, USA
September 6, 2018

Ecological Civilization: the Path for a Beautiful China

LIEVITO GOURMET PIZZA AND BAR, 1/F, FX Hotel, No.39 Maizidian West Street, Beijing, 100020朝阳麦子店西街 39号富驿时尚酒店1层
July 10, 2018

Legislation Addressing Corporate Behavior and the Provision For A Human Rights Due Diligence Process In Europe

The University of Georgia, School of Law, 225 Herty Drive, Athens, GA, 30602, United States of America
June 22, 2018

The Role of the Chinese SOEs toward the Promotion of a Low Carbon Economy

Room 110, Academic Committee of Szeged of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA SZAB Székház) 6720 Szeged, Somogyi u. 7, Hungary
May 3, 2018

Law and Culture: Judicial Independence and Professionalism in the Chinese Legal System

Georgetown University Law Center, 600 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA
March 17, 2018

Challenges and Opportunities in the Water-Energy-Food Nexus

Peking University, Beijing, China
December 9, 2017

Transparency and Accountability for Experts and Policy-Makers: China as a Case Study

Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
December 1, 2017

The European Union and the Non-Trade Concerns in the World Trading System

The Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Rome, Italy
November 16, 2017

Food Security, Food Safety and Right to Food as Non-Trade Concerns

Milano, Società Umanitaria - Salone degli Affreschi, via San Barnaba48
October 16, 2017

China's Low Carbon Dream

December 1, 2014

Trade and Renewable Energy: a Legal Perspective

European Union Committee of the Regions, Brussels, Belgium
December 20, 2016

China's Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law

University of Valle d’Aosta, Aosta, Italy
November 29, 2016

China as New Strategic Actor in the United Nations System

University of Valle d’Aosta, Aosta, Italy
November 28, 2016

Shale Gas in China and Unconventional Fuel Development in the USA

University of Florence, Department of Political Sciences and Department of Economics and Enterprises, Florence, Italy
November 24, 2016

Sustainable Development and Global Justice: The Case of China

University of Bologne, Bologne, Italy
November 21, 2016

Trade and Progress: The Case of China

Georgetown University Law Center (GULC), Washington, DC, USA
September 30, 2016

Trade and Progress: The Case of China

University of Rome 3, Rome, Italy
September 21, 2016

Guaranteeing Food Security at the National Level While Embracing International Trade Regulations

University of Latvia Riga Graduate School of Law, Riga, Latvia
September 7, 2016

Toward a Green Economy

Guiyang, Guizhou, China.
July 9, 2016

Climate Crisis

University of Verona, Department of Law, Italy
May 27, 2016

The Interplay among Trade, Environment, and Health and the Prospects for the New WTO Members: China as a Case Study

University of Milan, Department of International Legal and Historical-Political Studies, Italy
May 19, 2016

Relations among climate change, trade and energy toward sustainable development

American University Washington College of Law, Washington, DC, USA
April 20, 2016

The Shale Gas Development in China

West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia, USA
April 11, 2016

Energy Trade and the WTO

Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU), Law School, Beijing, China
March 23, 2016

Emission Trading System Roundtable

China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL), Beijing, China
March 17, 2016

Liberalism In Between Europe and China

Beijing, China
June 6, 2016

The Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals in Europe and the Relationship with B&HR

University of Milan, Via Sant’Antonio 12, Milan, Italy
May 29, 2017

Can Discourses produce Reality? Politics of Environment and Environment of Politcs in China

Sciences Po, 27 Rue Saint Guillaume , 75007 Paris , France
June 26, 2017

Book Presentation: China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law

World Trade Organization, Centre William Rappard, Rue de Lausanne 154, CH-1211 Geneva, Switzerland
June 12, 2017

China's “One-Belt One-Road” and Geopolitics in Eurasia: Cooperation in Energy and Infrastructures

Penn State Law - University Park | Lewis Katz Building, University Park, PA 16802
April 23, 2017

Workshop on China and the Good Governance of the Markets in the Light of the Economic Development

Peking University, School of Government, Center for European Studies, Beijing (China)
July 23, 2013

Consumer Policy in China: New Trends and Challenges

Faculty of Law of the University of Macau (Building E32), Room G020
December 6, 2016

The Interface Between Intellectual Property and Competition Law

Peking University, School of Government, Center for European Studies, China

Chinese Ecological Civilization and Western Concept

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Beijing, China
August 1, 2014