Member of FMG
Associate Professor at China Institute for WTO Studies, University of International Business and Economics, China
Dr. Siqi Li, Associate Professor at China Institute for WTO Studies, University of International Business and Economics, China; Visiting Scholar at School of Social and Political Science, The University of Edinburgh, UK (Sep. 2012-Sep. 2013).
WTO and China; Industrial Subsidies; Anti-dumping and Countervailing Duties
Regional Economic Integration (Chinese course); Trade Remedies (English course)
 Government Subsidies, Ownership Structure and Operating Performance of State-owned Enterprises: Evidence from China [J]. Applied Economics, 2022, 54(56):
 Reforming WTO Subsidy Rules: Past Experiences and Prospects [J]. Journal of World Trade 2020, 54(6): 853–888.
 The Concurrent Trade Defense Investigations 1982-2013: the Changing Pattern and Characteristics [J]. Journal of World Trade, 2014, 48(4): 843-878.
 The Impact of “Chinese Characteristics” on the World Trade Organization: Challenges and Strategies[J]. China & World Economy, 2018, 26(2): 107- 126.
 Progress and Implications of the China-Korea FTA [J]. Korea’s Economy. 2017: 13-21.
 About Knowledge and Rulemaking: Reforming WTO Rules on Subsidies, in Bernard Hoekman, TU Xinquan, and WANG Dong (eds), Rebooting Multilateral Trade Cooperation: Perspectives from China and Europe, London: CEPR Press, 2021: 127- 148.
 Lessons from the Pandemic for FDI Screening Practices, in Simon Evenett and Richard Baldwin (eds), Revitalising Multilateralism: Pragmatic Ideas for the New WTO Director-General, London: CEPR Press, 2020: 165- 170.
 The Analysis of Anti-dumping Actions based on the Game Theory [C]. ICEE/IWE 2011, (5): 7388-7391.
 Key Issues, Impacts and China’s Strategy in the Negotiation of Industrial Subsidy Rules in the WTO Reform Context, The National Social Science Fund of China, 2020-2022, project leader.
 The Trend of the EU and the World under the Influence of COVID- 19 and Its Impact on China-EU Relations, The Ministry of Education of China, 2020-2021, project leader.
 The Comparative Analysis and Implications of Agricultural Trade Policies in Emerging Countries, The Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities in UIBE, China, 2016-2018, project leader.
 Realizing Europe’s Soft Power in External Cooperation and Trade. EU Horizon 2020, 2018-2021, key participant.