Hsien Wu was admitted into the PhD Program of the Graduate Institute and started his study from September 2014. He is also serving as the teaching assistant for Professor Joost Pauwelyn, responsible for the operation of the following courses: International Trade Law, International Investment Law, The Trade and Investment Law Clinic, and the Moot Court Competition course. In addition, he is the administrator of the Graduate Institute Moot Court Team participating in the ELSA Moot Court Competition on WTO Law, responsible for maintaining communications with the organizer and administrating the Team.
Before his admission to the PhD Programme, he obtained a degree under the LL.M. on International Dispute Settlement (MIDS) Programme jointly awarded by the Graduate Institute and the University of Geneva (2013-2014), and a Masters of International Law degree under the National Taiwan University College of Law (2008-2011).
For his PhD thesis, he is currently working on relevant issues relating to the overlap between International Trade Law and International Investment Law, with a focus on the possible effect of dispute settlement on the substantial aspects of the relevant fields of law.
International Trade Law
International Investment Law
International Dispute Settlement
Public International Law
The Effect of Technology Development on the Decision of Physical Property/Nature and End Use for Determining Like Product Under the GATT, 6 Asian J. WTO & Int'l Health L & Pol'y 455 (2011)
Risks of Overlaps between the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism and Dispute Settlement Procedures Instituted by Regional Trade Agreements: With NAFTA as Example (with Li-Ying Lin), 195 FT Law Review 66 (2014)