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Wang, Jing and Cahill, Dermot (2022) Legitimacy and effectiveness concerns in China's private antitrust enforcement regime : a comparative analysis with the EU and US regimes. Journal of Antitrust Enforcement. pp. 1-37. ISSN 2050-0688

Wang, Jing (2022) Competition neutrality in courts : can China's Anti-Monopoly Law 2022 ensure the supremacy of competition law in antitrust private litigation involving state-owned enterprises. Global Competition Litigation Review, 15 (4). pp. 132-138. ISSN 1756-6002

Cahill, Dermot and Wang, Jing (2022) Legitimacy & effectiveness concerns arising in private antitrust litigation involving SOEs in China. In: The Law and Society Association Annual Meeting 2022, 2022-07-13 - 2022-07-16.

Wang, Jing (2022) Sustainability of China's anti-monopoly law in the digital era : an observation on the 'choosing one from two' jurisprudence from China. In: 19th Asian Law Institute Conference, 2022-05-28 - 2022-05-29, University of Tokyo.

Cahill, Dermot and Wang, Jing (2022) Addressing legitimacy concerns in antitrust private litigation involving China's state-owned enterprises. World Competition: Law and Economic Review, 45 (1). pp. 75-122. ISSN 1011-4548

Wang, Jing and Clifford, Gary (2022) The 2007 anti-monopoly law of China facing efficacy challenges from the ongoing mixed-ownership reform. European Competition Law Review, 43 (2). p. 61. ISSN 0144-3054


Wang, Jing (2021) Achieving the promise through amendment? The (in)effectiveness of the Anti-Monopoly Law of China 2007. In: Asian Law and Society Association Annual Conference, 2021-09-17 - 2021-09-18, Chulalongkorn University.

Wang, Jing (2021) Competition law & e-commerce : change is coming? New Law Journal, 171 (7930). pp. 9-10. ISSN 0306-6479

Cahill, Dermot and Wang, Jing (2021) How competition ideals are emasculated in key industries in China, and pathways to reform. Fordham International Law Journal, 44 (3). pp. 609-670.

Chen, Nan and Burns, Kevin and Wang, Jing; Çakmak, Erdinç and Tucker, Hazel and Hollinshead, Keith, eds. (2021) Empowering package tour travellers by disempowering tourism operators? Assessing the effectiveness of the Tourism Law of China. In: Tourism Paradoxes. Channel View Publications, Bristol. ISBN 9781845418113

Wang, Jing (2021) China's fair-competition review system : a symbolic movement or an effective improvement? In: The Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, Chicago 2021, 2021-05-26 - 2021-05-30. (In Press)


Wang, Jing (2019) Enforcement practice reform : a public interest test for China's anti-monopoly law. In: The 16th Asian Law Institute Conference 2019, 2019-06-11 - 2019-06-12, National University of Singapore.


Wang, Jing (2018) China banking regulatory commission or anti-monopoly enforcement agencies : who should be in charge of regulating Chinese state-owned commercial banks? In: The Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) 2018 Annual Conference, 2018-09-04 - 2018-09-07, Queen Mary University of London.

Wang, Jing (2018) From market abuse in the banking law context to creating monopolies : towards actual application of the anti-monopoly law of China 2007. In: The Annual Meeting on Law and Society (LSA 2018), 2018-06-07 - 2018-06-10, Sheraton Centre.


Wang, Jing (2017) A maze of contradictions : Chinese law and policy in the development process of privately owned small and medium-sized enterprises in China. Michigan State International Law Review, 25 (3). pp. 491-554.

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