YIN Wei since April 2018 is External Collaborator at gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development and a is a Ph.D. researcher of Durham Law School, Durham University .
YIN Wei since April 2018 is External Collaborator at gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development and a is a Ph.D. researcher of Durham Law School, Durham University . She obtained her Master’s degree (LL.M.) from China University of Political Science and Law in June 2014 with a focus on international economic law and regulation of foreign investment after receiving her Bachelor degree in Law in China. Ms. YIN joined Durham Law School as a Ph.D. candidate in October 2014. Her major research area is international economic law, especially investment law and financial regulation with regard to sovereign wealth funds investment, and she has published certain articles in both English and Chinese. Her research interests cover international investment law, regulation concerning investment of state-owned enterprises and sovereign wealth funds, and responsible investment (as well as corporate socially responsibility). Ms. YIN worked as a Research Intern at Development Research Centre of the State Council (DRC) Information Centre. She served as the Co-Convenor of the Institute of Commercial and Corporate Law of Durham Law School from 2015 to 2017. She was also a Visiting Research Associate at Asian Institute of International Financial Law of the University of Hong Kong during summer period in 2016. Wei has participated in many projects concerning investment, capital market and public policy. She is a Chinese native speaker, is fluent in English and she is a beginner in Japanese.
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