Qianlan Wu is an assistant professor at the School of Law, University of Nottingham UK. Dr Wu holds a PhD in Law from the London School of Economics ( LSE) and LLM from the University of Edinburgh. Dr Wu’s research is on global competition law with a focus on China. She has implemented research projects funded by the British Academy, the UK Economic and Social Sciences Research Council and undertaken consultancy for the UK FCO. Dr Wu is the author of research monograph on Competition laws, globalization and legal pluralism: China's experience Hart Publishing.
Xiaoye Wang is Distinguished Professor at Shenzhen University, and Professor of Law at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. She holds a LL.M. from Renmin University (1984), and a Doctor Juris with magna cum laude from University Hamburg (1993). She was member of the Consultant Expert Group of the Anti-monopoly Commission under the State Council, advisor for the anti-monopoly legislation under the State Council and the National People’s Congress, and Head of the Consultant Committee for the WTO Trade and Competition Policy under Ministry of Commerce. She researches economic law, and focuses competition law. She published 300 papers in Chinese, German and English, as author and editor 22 books including Monopole und Wettbewerb in der chinesischen Wirtschaft (J. C. B. Mohr 1993), and The Evolution of China’s Antimonopoly Law (Edward Elgar 2014). She lectured twice on antitrust law for the Standing Committee of National People’s Congress of China, was chosen as one of the "Best of the Best: Top Female Antitrust Economics and Law Professors" by the Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog, and regarded as “The Pioneer of Competition Law in China Liber Amicorum ” published by Cocurrences 2019.