Academic Staff

Chao WANG 汪超
Associate Professor


Administrative Roles

  • Program Coordinator (Coordinator for Academic Cooperation)
  • 課程主任(學術合作項目)

Academic Qualifications

  • Ph.D. (Law), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  • L.L.M, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  • M.A. (Asia Pacific Policy Studies), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  • LL.B.(International Economic Law), Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade, PRC

Teaching & Research Area

  • Constitutional Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • International Economic Law

Awards

  • 2016/2017 Outstanding Academic Staff Awards, Faculty of Law, University of Macau

 

Selected Publications
Books

  • Wang, Chao. Alternative Dispute Resolution in Macau: Rules and Context, Macau Foundation and Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2014 (in progress). (汪超:澳門仲裁與調解制度, (新澳門法律叢書系列),澳門基金會/社會科學文獻出版社,2017)。
Book Chapters
  • Wang, Chao. “Coordinated Compliance and Private Approach of International Engagement in China’s Human Rights”, ch.6, in Titus Chen eds., International Engagement in China’s Human Rights, (Routledge China Policy Series), Routledge, 2015 (Scopus).
  • Wang, Chao. “Selective Adaptation as a Paradigm in Comparative Law: An illiberal Model of Rule of Law in Postwar Japan”, in Tong Io Cheng & Salvatore Mancuso eds., New Frontiers of Comparative Law, Lexis Nexis, 2013.
  • Li, Zhe & Wang, Chao, “The Canadian Criminal Procedure”, in Song Yinghui eds., The Foreign Criminal procedure Law, (Beijing: Peking University Press, 2010) (李哲,汪超,《外國刑事訴訟法》第三章:加拿大刑事訴訟法 (宋英輝主編,北京大學出版社,2011))。
  • Wang, Chao. "Dispute Resolution in China’s Government Procurement: Administrative Review or Judicial Review?" in Pitman B. Potter & Xiaorong Gu eds, Selective Adaptation in China (China Volume of the SSHRC / MCRI Project on Asia Pacific Dispute Resolution) (Shanghai: Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Press, 2009).

Journal Articles
In English:

  • Wang, Chao, “Selective Adaptation of International Procurement Rules in the Local Context: Implications for Reforming China’s Bid Challenge Procedures”, The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, Volume 4:1, 2016 (Oxford University Press) (Scopus).
  • Wang, Chao, “China and the GPA: Costs, Benefits, and Challenges of Accession and Implementation”, Journal of International and Comparative Law, Volume 2:2, December 2015 (Sweet & Maxwell).
  • Wang, Chao, “Selective Adaptation in Treaty Compliance: The Implication of Japan’s Implementation of the WTO’s GPA” Asia Pacific Law Review Volume 22:1, July 2014 (SSCI).
  • Wang, Chao, “Prospects on China’s On-going GPA Accession: Is GPA the Solution to China’s Procurement Reform Problem?” Soochow Law Journal (東吳英文法律學報) (Taiwan) July 2014.
In Chinese:
  • 汪超,熊秉元:“科斯定理與中華文化”,經濟社會體制比較,2014年第3期,第173—180页. (CSSCI)
    Wang, Chao, “Local Adaptation of International Law and Judicial Independence: Perspective of Selective Adaptation and Institutional Capacity” (2010) 13 Cadernos de Ciencia Juridica 337.(汪超:“國際法的本地適用與司法獨立:選擇性適用與制度能力的視角”,法學論叢 第13期,337頁,2010年)。
Commissioned Papers
  • Wang, Chao. Report on Promoting Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Macao SAR, (Commissioned Report for the Macao SAR Government), 2011. 汪超,關于推進澳門特區非訴訟爭端解决機制相關問題的研究報告,(澳門特區政府法律改革諮詢委員會委托)。

Conference Proceedings

  • 鄭觀、徐偉、汪超、熊秉元. (23/3/2014) , ”論民法為什麼要區分物權與債權?”, (法律與經濟微型論壇:物權與債權), Law and Economics Research Center, Zhejiang University (浙江大學法律與經濟研究中心), Hangzhou, China.
  • Wang, C. (30/12/2013) “Prospects on China’s On-going GPA Accession: Is GPA the Solution to China’s Procurement Reform Problem”, 2013 International and Comparative Law Conference (2013國際法及比較法研討會), Faculty of Law, SooChow University (臺灣東吳大學法學院) and Chinese Society of Comparative Law (中華比較法學會), Taipei.
  • Wang, C. (14/12/2012) , “The Socio-economic development in Macao and its Challenges to Rule of Law”, Conference on Issues in the Implementation of Hong Kong and Macao Basic Law (“港澳基本法實施中的問題”學術研討會), School of Law, City University of Hong Kong (香港城市大學法律學院), School of Law, Renmin University (中國人民大學法學院), Beijing.
  • Wang, C. (11/11/2011), “Issues in the Regulatory Framework on Food Safety in Macao”, The 3rd Mainland and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Joint Conference  on Law: Food Safety and Rule of Law (第三屆內地與港澳臺地區法律研討會:食品安全與法治), China Law Society (中國法學會),City University of Hong Kong (香港城市大學法學院),Hong Kong Law Forum (香港法律論壇), Hong Kong.
  • Wang, C. (04/08/2011). “The Implication of Japan’s Implementation of GPA to China’s Ongoing GPA Accession: Is GPA a Solution for China’s Procurement Reform?”. “经济全球化与中国转型发展暨纪念中国加入世界贸易组织(WTO)十周年”研讨会会议论文集. Shanghai.
  • Wang, C. (06/01/2009). “Public Procurement Reform as a Way to Enhance Transparency and Accountability in the Chinese Government”, Fifth Annual Graduate Seminar on China, Universities Service Centre for China Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.
  • Wang, C. (22/10/2008). “China's Participation in the Public International Law”, Annual Conference of Canadian Council of International Law, Canadian Council of International Law, Ottawa, Canada.
Translations
  • PengFei Yang, "The Two Models Of Corporate Governance And The Institutional Reform Of Chinese Enterprises", in Masao Nakamura eds, Changing Corporate Governance Practices in China and Japan: Adaptations of Anglo-American Practices. Trans. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
  • Shuliang Wang, "Issues In The Protection Of Minority Shareholders Rights And Interests Under Chinas Company Law", in Masao Nakamura eds, Changing Corporate Governance Practices in China and Japan: Adaptations of Anglo-American Practices. Trans. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
  • Xiaorong Gu, "How To Prevent China's Listed Companies From Making Misstatement", in Masao Nakamura eds, Changing Corporate Governance Practices in China and Japan: Adaptations of Anglo-American Practices. Trans. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

Contact Details
Faculty of Law (FLL)
University of Macau, E32,
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa,
Macau, China.

Room: 2010
Telephone: 88224075

E-mail address: chaowang@umac.mo