Mark Wu

Director of the Fairbank Center; Henry L. Stimson Professor of Law

Bio

Mark Wu (伍人英) is the Director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University and the Henry L. Stimson Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where he teaches international trade and international economic law. He recently returned to Harvard after serving as Senior Advisor in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.

Prior to academia, Wu worked as an engagement manager for McKinsey & Co., where he focused on high-tech companies. He began his career as an economist and operations officer for the World Bank in China, working on environmental, urban development, health, and rural poverty issues. 

Wu received his J.D. from Yale Law School, after which he clerked on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and was an Academic Fellow at Columbia Law School. He received his M.Sc. in Development Economics from Oxford University, which he attended on a Rhodes Scholarship, and his A.B. summa cum laude in Social Studies and East Asian Studies from Harvard University. 

At Harvard, he has also served as a Faculty Co-Director of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, and as a faculty affiliate at Harvard’s Asia Center, Center for the Environment, Center for International Development, East Asian Legal Studies, and the Harvard Environmental Economics Program.

Research interests: international trade; international economic law; international intellectual property.

伍人英于哈佛大学完成本科学位,于牛津大学取得发展经济学硕士学位,于耶鲁法学院取得法律博士学位,现任哈佛大学费正清中国研究中心主任、法学院史汀生讲席教授,曾任美国贸易代表办事处知识产权部主任以及麦肯锡公司项目经理。伍人英教授的研究兴趣包括国际贸易,国际经济法,以及国际知识产权。

Selected Publications

Books

  • The Law of the World Trade Organization (WTO): Documents, Cases & Analysis (West Academy Publishing 2013, with Petros C. Mavroidis).

Recent Articles and Publications

  • Wise Lessons in Virtue: A Tribute to Professor William P. Alford, 62 Harv. Int’l L.J. 45 (2021).
  • What is Price Suppression in Abnormal Economic Times? Reflections in Light of the Russia-Commercial Vehicles Ruling, 19 World Trade Rev. 182 (2020, with Rodney Ludema).
  • Export Restrictions, in Handbook of Deep Trade Agreements 87 (Aaditya Mattoo, Nadia Rocha & Michele Ruta eds., 2020).
  • China’s Rise and the Growing Doubts Over Trade Multilateralism, in Trade War: The Clash of Economic Systems Endangering Global Prosperity101 (Meredith A. Crowley ed., 2019).
  • Indian Corporations, the Administrative State, and the Rise of Indian Trade Remedies, in The Indian Legal Profession in the Age of Globalization 672 (David Wilkins, Vikramaditya S. Khanna & David M. Trubek eds., 2017).
  • Externalities and Agricultural Import Bans: Evaluating Regionalization Measures in Light of the Russia – Pigs Dispute (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Research Paper No. RSCAS 2018/60, Dec. 14, 2018, World Trade Rev., Mar. 29, 2019, with Emily J. Blanchard).
  • China’s Export Restrictions and the Limits of WTO Law, 16 World Trade Rev. 673 (2017).
  • Digital Trade-Related Provisions in Regional Trade Agreements: Existing Models and Lessons for the Multilateral Trade System (RTA Exch., Int’l Ctr. for Trade and Sustainable Dev. (ICTSD) and the Inter-American Dev. Bank (IDB), Nov. 2017).
  • Understanding Agricultural Price Range Systems as Trade Restraints: Peru–Agricultural Products, 15 World Trade Rev. 259 (2016, with Kamal Saggi).
  • The WTO and China’s Unique Economic Structure, in Regulating the Visible Hand? The Institutional Implications of Chinese State Capitalism (Benjamin L. Liebman & Curtis J. Milhaupt eds., 2016).
  • Trade and Agricultural Disease: Import Restrictions in the Wake of the India – Agricultural Products Dispute, 16 World Trade Rev. 279 (2016, with Kamal Saggi).
  • The ‘China, Inc.’ Challenge to Global Trade Governance, 57 Harv. Int’l L.J. 261 (2016).
  • Rethinking the Temporary Breach Puzzle in International Trade Law: A Window on the Future of Trade Conflicts, 40 Yale J. Int’l L. 95 (2015).
  • Antidumping and Strategic Industrial Policy: Tit-for-Tat Trade Remedies and the China–X-Ray Equipment Dispute, 14 World Trade Rev. 239 (2015, with Michael O. Moore).
  • Book Review: The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization (Amrita Narlikar, Martin Daunton & Robert M. Stern eds., 2012), 14 World Trade Rev. 159 (2015).
  • The Next Generation of Trade and Environment Disputes: The Rise of Green Industrial Policy, 108 Nw. U. L. Rev. 401 (2014, with James Salzman).
  • Safeguards and the Perils of Preferential Trade Agreements: Dominican Republic–Safeguard Measures, 13 World Trade Rev. 179 (2014).
  • The Scope and Limits of Trade’s Influence in Shaping the Evolving International Investment Regime, in The Foundations of International Investment Law: Bringing Theory into Practice 169 (Zachary Douglas, Joost Pauwelyn & Jorge E. Vinuales eds., 2014).
  • Why Developing Countries Won’t Negotiate: The Case of the WTO Environmental Goods Agreement, 6 Trade, L. & Dev. 93 (2014).
  • Yet Another Nail in the Coffin of Zeroing: United States – Anti-Dumping Administrative Reviews and Other Measures Related to Imports of Certain Orange Juice from Brazil, 12 World Trade Rev. 377 (2013).
  • Antidumping in Asia’s Emerging Giants, 53 Harv. Int’l L.J. 101 (2012).

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