Chieh Huang is a Senior Lecturer in Law. Prior to joining the School of Law in 2014, she taught at the China campus of University of Nottingham for several years. Chieh holds a PhD from LSE, a LLM from Georgetown and a MBA and LLB from National Chengchi University in Taiwan. Her research and teaching interests relate to international commercial and economic law. Much of her work concerns the interaction between the global economic legal system and China, the development of regional/bilateral economic agreements in East Asia, and more recently the trade and investment between China and West Africa.
Projects as Principal Investigator, or Lead Academic if project is led by another Institution
- Engaging Business Actors in Trade Disputes in Taiwan (01/07/2019 - 30/06/2023), funded by: Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, funding amount received by Brookes: £13,856
Huang C, 'China’s Take on National Security and Its Implications for the Evolution of International Economic Law'
Legal Issues of Economic Integration 48 (2) (2021) pp.119-146
ISSN: 1566-6573Abstract Published here Open Access on RADAR
Klantschnig G, Huang C, 'Fake Drugs: Health, Wealth and Regulation in Nigeria'
Review of African Political Economy 46 (161) (2018) pp.442-458
ISSN: 0305-6244 eISSN: 1740-1720Abstract Published here Open Access on RADAR