彭心儀 特聘教授


Shin-yi PENG

Distinguished Professor of Law

National Tsing Hua University

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Shin-yi Peng is Distinguished Professor of Law at National Tsing Hua University (NTHU). Professor Peng specializes in international economic law, with a focus on trade in services, digital trade and digital technology governance. She has been the recipient of top research awards, including Outstanding Research Awards from the National Science and Technology Council of Taiwan. She is a frequent speaker at academic conferences and has spoken at international organizations including the WTO, APEC and OECD. Her recent articles, among others, are: The Uneasy Interplay between Digital Inequality and International Economic Law (European Journal of International Law, 2022) and “Digital Economy and National Security: Contextualizing Cybersecurity-Related Exceptions” (AJIL Unbound, 2023). Her forthcoming book is International Economic Law in the Era of Datafication (Cambridge University Press, 2024). 

Before joining the NTHU, Professor Peng has taught the course “Legal Aspects of Doing Business with Greater China” at the J.D. program in University of Wisconsin Law School, where she received her S.J.D. degree. Professor Peng has served as the Director of the Institute of Law for Science and Technology (2007-2012) and also as the Associate Dean of the College of Technology Management (2016-2019) at NTHU.  She has previously held visiting positions at several institutions including the Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) and has taught as a visiting professor at the Faculty of Law of Maastricht University. She is currently a Senior Fellow at the Melbourne Law School and has taught International Economic Law and Digital Trade in the Melbourne Law Master’s program. 

Professor Peng is a former commissioner of the National Communications Commission of Taiwan (2012-2016). She frequently serves in an advisory and consultative capacity to the government, corporations and nongovernmental organizations. She is a member of New York Bar, a member of the Indicative List of governmental and nongovernmental panelists to hear WTO disputes, and a member of the roster of arbitrators under the Free Trade Agreement between Taiwan and Singapore. She is included in the List of Candidates Suitable for Appointment as Chairpersons for Arbitrations and TSD experts in bilateral disputes under the EU’s trade agreements with third countries.

Professor Peng has served on the Executive Council (2012-2020) and as Executive Vice President (2016-2020) of the Society of International Economic Law (SIEL). She is a founding Steering Committee Member of the Asian International Economic Network (AIELN), a founding Steering Committee Member of the Jean Monnet Network in Trade and Investment in Services Associates (TIISA), and a member of the Asian WTO Research Network (AWRN). She authored the case for the 6th ELSA WTO Moot Court Competition (now the John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition). She is currently an Editorial Board Member of the World Trade Review, Asia Pacific Law Review, and the Journal of World Investment & Trade.


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