Qiang Yu is an experienced expert in China's intellectual property law and antitrust law.
Mr. Yu received his BA in Law from Weifang University in 2007 and his Master's degree from Hunan University in 2010. Since 2010, Qiang has worked as a Research Fellow at the Faculty of Law at the European Institute of Leiden University, where he earned his PhD in Law. In the period 2013-2014. Mr. Yu was a visiting researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition. In 2013, Qiang Yu received a research grant from the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property. He is also a member of the Netherlands Law Association of China. Mr. Yu is currently pursuing a number of research projects related to competition and intellectual property law. In 2017, he was appointed Research Fellow at the Faculty of Law of Sun Yat-sen University.
Qiang Yu is interested in competition law, intellectual property and economics. His previous research focused on the regulation of information markets in accordance with the rules established by competition law. Mr. Yu has published extensively on legal and economic issues of information goods market regulation in peer-reviewed academic journals in China and the West. He is a frequent speaker at international conferences and seminars. Qiang Yu's current research and publications focus on competition law and policy in the food sector in China and related topics.
Fluent in English, Chinese and Russian.
- Co-author of the chapter "Antitrust Regulation in China" in the book "Legal Foundations of Business in China", Publishing House of the RKYUO, 2018