Roiling financial markets for the past year, the U.S.-China trade war may be nearing a preliminary truce. Nonetheless, structural factors in the economic relationship between the two countries will continue to be sources of tension for the foreseeable future. This panel, featuring experts from the Institute of Law of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, will delve into two of the more difficult issues that have confronted trade negotiators and will likely remain sticking points, namely, the rules around foreign investment and market access in China, and competition in the area of technology.
• Zhou Hanhua, Professor of Law and Deputy Director in the Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
• Liao Fan, Senior Fellow and Professor at the Institute of International Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
• Jennifer Daskal, Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law (tentative)
• Jamie Horsley, Senior Fellow, Paul Tsai China Center, Visiting Lecturer-in-law at Yale Law School and Visiting Fellow in the John L. Thornton China Center at The Brookings Institution.
• Neysun Mahboubi, Research Scholar, University of Pennsylvania Center for the Study of Contemporary China
• Padideh Ala'i, Professor of Law and Director of the International and Comparative Legal Studies Program, American University Washington College of Law