Prof. Yongmin Bian

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Prof. Yongmin Bian (China), LL.B and LL.M (China University of Political Science and Law), Ph.D (University of International Business and Economics, Beijing), is a Legal Research Fellow with the CISDL, a Professor in Public International Law and Environmental Law, and the Director of the Department of International Law of the Law School, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing. Her research interests focus on trade and environment, trade and labor, sustainable development issues in Free Trade Agreements. She serves in the Council of the China Academy of International Economic Law and the Council of Beijing Academy of International Law. Her publications include a book on Environmental Measures and International Trade Law (Machine Press, 2005, Beijing); a chapter in Food Security and Food Safety, “Current Chinese Law on Food Safety: An Overview”(ed. by Ahmed Mahiou and Francis Snyder, The Hague Academy of International Law, 2006); papers “Trade Measures and Arrangements for Reducing Green House Gases”, 46:1 Journal of Nanjing University 41-47 (2009); and “The Role of Common but Differentiated Principle in International Environmental Law”, 29:4 Journal of Jinan University, ( 9-16)2007; and “The Disciplines on Trade of GM Products: the WTO GM Case”, 302 International Trade 62-65( 2007). She once worked as the principal investigator for the research project financed by the Ministry of Education of China on Trade Measures for Environmental Purpose. She currently conducts a research project financed by China’s National Social Science Fund on Environmental Treaties and Trade Measures. She is fluent in Chinese and English.

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