Ms. Xueji SU

Research Student

Working toward a PhD in Laws, expected 2021

Having completed bachelor study at Central University of financial and Economics, and following master study in European Union Law at University of Macau, I will officially start doctorate study on laws at Chinese University of Hong Kong from 1 September 2018. I am, at the same time, a practicing lawyer in Mainland China. My interest is in international economic law, trade law and investment law and interdisciplinary study of law and geoeconomics domains in contributing to study of global governance. My thesis title is ‘The Legal Framework of China-European Union Economic Relations-A Normative Analysis in the Context of the Belt and Road Initiative and China’s Evolving Economic Diplomacy.’ By conducting analyses for this topic, I try to elaborate and evaluate the normative process of Sino-EU economic relations and paradigmatic change of global governance.

Thesis Topic

The Legal Interactions of EU-China Economic Relations in a Transforming Global Economic Order, co-supervised by Professors Chin Leng LIM and Sandra MARCO COLINO.


Education and Awards

  • Master of Laws in European Union Law (English), University of Macau, Macau, 2017.
  • Bachelor of Laws, Central University of Finance and Economics, China, 2014.