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Juan He

Dr Juan He

Lecturer
UWA Law School

Contact details
Address
UWA Law School
The University of Western Australia (M253)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 2957
Email
juan.he@uwa.edu.au
Qualifications
PhD Syd.
Biography
Juan joined the UWA Law School in July 2016. Before that she had worked as Assistant Professor in Law with Zhejiang University of China since 2013. She holds degrees in law from the University of Sydney (Ph.D.), China Foreign Affairs University (LL.M.) and Sichuan University (LL.B.). Juan' PhD was funded by the China Scholarship Council — University of Sydney Postgraduate Research Scholarship. Her doctoral dissertation unveils the relative inadequacy and rigidity of the regulatory scope prescribed to developing countries by their WTO and WTO-plus commitments to spur growth, value addition and technological advances, highlighting a profound need to reconcile localized and international policy agendas in the common pursuit of development. Juan was admitted to the legal profession in mainland China in 2008.
Key research
Juan's main research expertise includes international trade law, international fisheries law, law and sustainable development, trade and climate change. Current research interests focus on anatomizing and reinvigorating the unique nexus between international trade, fisheries and environmental regulatory regimes, in both national-comparative and transnational governance contexts.
Publications
BOOKS

1. J He, The WTO and Infant Industry Promotion in Developing Countries: Perspectives on the Chinese Large Civil Aircraft Industry, Routledge (Taylor & Francis), 2014 & 2016 (reprint);

2. J Zhang, X Jiang and J He, Legal Issues of Addressing Climate Change in China, China Environmental Science Press, 2010. (Chinese)


PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

1. J He, “The EU Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing Regulation based on market-related measures: Unilateralism or a model law?” Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy, 2017:20(2), 168-197.

2. J He, 'Enhancing Chinese law and practice to combat illegal unreported and unregulated fishing and trade', Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law, 2016:19, 4-28.

3. J He, ‘International trade disputes related to fishery products: time to engage a Chinese perspective?’, International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, 2016:31(1),32-59.

4. J He, 'The Rise of a Chinese Large Civil Aircraft Supplier: Standardisation, Certification and Policy Responses', Annals of Air and Space Law, 2015:40, 572-606.

5. J He, ‘A review of Chinese fish trade involving the development and limitations of food safety strategy’, Ocean & Coastal Management, 2015:116,150−161.

6. J He, ‘Chinese public policy on fisheries subsidies: reconciling trade, environmental and food security stakes’, Marine Policy, 2015:56, 106−116.

7. J He, ‘China−Canada seal import deal after the WTO EU–Seal Products case: At the crossroad’, Asian Journal of WTO and International Health Law and Policy, 2015:10(1), 225−263.

8. J He, ‘WTO-plus commitments and emerging implications for China's large civil aircraft manufacturing’, World Trade Review, 2014:13(3), 517−545.

9. J He, Developing countries’ pursuit of an intellectual property law balance under the WTO TRIPS Agreement’, Chinese Journal of International Law, 2011:10(4), 827−863.

10. J. Zhang and J. He, ‘Carbon Tariffs and the Legal Response from China’, World Environment, 2011:1, 51−52 (Chinese).

11. J He, ‘Carbon Tariffs: A New Green Trade Barrier or WTO Environmental Protection Exception?’ World Trade Organization Focus, 2010:17(3), 56−61 (Chinese).
Roles, responsibilities and expertise
Juan is acting as the Student Exchange Advisor and Coordinator for the Visiting Scholars Program of the Law School.
Funding received
2017, UWA Research Impact Grant, ‘Trade in fishery resources: regulation for economic resilience and environmental sustainability in the Asia Pacific region’, $18,800 (2017);
2014, Qianjiang Talent Project, Zhejiang Provincial Government, China, ‘Technological development and industrial escalation in the world trading system’, $6,000 (2014−15);
2013, Scientific Research Foundation for Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, State Ministry of Education, China, 'Developing Chinese large civil aircraft in the international legal context: innovation, production and export trade’, $4,000 (2013−14).
Languages
English
Mandarin
Memberships
Member of the UWA Oceans Institute
Member of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law
Honours and awards
2014,Truth-seeking Youth Academic Award, Zhejiang University
2012, Sydney Law School, Cooke, Cooke, Coghlan, Godfrey & Littlejohn Scholarship;
2011, Sydney Law School, Ross Waite Parsons Scholarship;
2010, Sydney Law School, Ross Waite Parsons Scholarship;
2010, National Council of Women New South Wales of Australia Inc., Australian Day Awards for celebrating 114 years of women’s achievements and contribution to society, sponsored by Gilbert + Tobin.
Teaching
LAWS5254 World Trade Organization Law
LAWS5212 China-Australia Relations: Trade, Investment and Law
LAWS2226 International Legal Institutions
Useful links
https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=5lt2HWQAAAAJ&hl=en
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Juan_He17
https://uwa.academia.edu/JUANHE
New and noteworthy
1. Juan He, ‘Enhancing trade and market-based tools to address illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing’, presentation to the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law International Economic Law Interests Group Workshop, Sydney, 12 October, 2017;
2. Juan He, ‘The EU IUU Fishing Regulation based on unilateral trade and market-control measures: policy implications for the Asia Pacific’, seminar presentation to the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security, Wollongong, 7 July 2017;
3. Organizer and discussant in the 3rd International Symposium on ‘Global Commons and the Law of the Sea’, hosted by Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, June 2015;
4. Organizer and discussant in the 2nd International Symposium on ‘Sustainable Development and the Law of the Sea’, hosted by Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, June 2014;
5. Organizer and discussant in the 1st International Symposium on ‘Peaceful Use of the Sea and Maritime Cooperation’, hosted by the Oceans Institute and the Guanghua Law School, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, June 2013;
6. Juan He, ‘Discerning regulatory protectionism in the post-Uruguay era: the role of science in the WTO dispute Australia−Apples’, presentation to the Sydney Law School Postgraduate Research Conference, Sydney, 29 October 2010;
7. Juan He, ‘The accelerated liberalization agenda on tariffs in Doha non-agricultural market access negotiations and potential impacts on developing countries’, presentation to the 18th ANZSIL Annual Conference Postgraduate Research Students Workshop, Canberra, 23 June 2010.
Research profile
Research profile and publications
 

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