Pawee JENWEERANON is a Ph.D. candidate at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Pawee is a lecturer in law at the Faculty of Law, Thammasat University (Thailand) and a research affiliate at Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. Besides, he has been working for the World Bank Group since March 2021 as a regulatory specialist for digital economy (Thailand).
Prior joining Thammasat University, Pawee was a legal officer at the National Anti-Corruption Commission, the Supreme Court of Thailand and a part-time researcher at Thai National Credit Bureau.
He engaged in research projects related to FinTech law and policy since he started working as a visiting researcher at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition.
His past research projects concerned the regulatory framework for facilitating the establishment of equity crowdfunding as a means of promoting ASEAN SMEs, the use of financial technology to enable financial inclusion in ASEAN, the abuse of patent litigation toward the Japanese and Taiwanese IT Industry as well as the patent protection of computer software.
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With my thesis, I hope to analyse viable solutions to support the utilization of asset tokenisation through proposed legal instruments. To be more specific, apart from regulations concerning the current blockchain-based issuing of cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICOs), this research intends to propose a regulatory basis for the governance of the token economy at full scale.