Dr. Chien-Huei Wu is currently Associate Research Professor at the Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan. He received his PhD degree in European University Institute, Florence in 2009. Since then, he worked as Assistant Professor at the National Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan for a short period. Before pursuing his doctoral degree in Florence, he worked for the Ministry of Justice in Taiwan as a district attorney. In 2011-12 , he advised the Ministry in drafting prisoner transfer legalisation in Taiwan with a view to facilitating the prisoner transfer between Taiwan and China, and Taiwan and Germany. His research interests cover EU external relations law and international economic law. He follows closely EU-China and EU-ASEAN relations and pays particular attention to Asian regionalism and WTO-IMF linkage. He has just published a new book by Martinus Nijhoff entitled “WTO and the Greater China: Economic Integration and Dispute Resolution”. He has been visiting fellow/professor to the World Trade Institute, University of Passau and University of Cologne.
Research Interests: EU external relations law and International economic law