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CV of Li Jingkun

CV of Li Jingkun

Author:Li Jingkun From:Site author Update:2017-08-21 13:43:26
Family Name: LI         

 

First Name: Jingkun

 

Date of Birth: June 03, 1971 

 

Institution: Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

 

Present Position within the organisation:

 

 

Associate Professor

 

Deputy Head, Division of EU Law

 

Major fields of study: European constitutionalism, UK studies

 

Education:

 

Institution: Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

 

     Date From/T September 2000/July 2004

 

     Degree/Diploma: Ph.D. in European Politics

 

Institution: Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences   

 

     Date From/T September 1995/July 1998

 

     Degree/Diploma: M.A. in European Politics

 

Institution: Hebei Normal University

 

      Date From/T September 1989/July 1993

 

      Degree/Diploma: B.A. in English Language and Literature

 

Membership of Professional Bodies:

 

Deputy Secretary General, British Studies Society, Chinese Association for European Studies

 

Publications:

Co-editor-in-chief of Legal Innovation in the European Union, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2008

 

“The Development of European Economic Constitution and Its Regulating of the Common Market”, in Chinese Journal of European Studies, No. 6, 2007

 

“Parliamentary Supremacy or Supremacy of EC Law?—Conflict between Principle of Parliamentary Sovereignty and that of Supremacy of EC Law”, in Chinese Journal of European Studies, No. 5, 2006

 

Portugal, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2005

 

Co-editor-in-chief of An Exploration o f China’s Competition Law—Implications of the EU, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2005

 

“The UK and Ireland”, book chapter in Annual Development Report on Europe (2008-2009), Chinese Social Sciences Press, 2009, Beijing, China.

 

“The UK and Ireland”, book chapter in Annual Development Report on Europe (2007-2008), Chinese Social Sciences Press, 2008, Beijing, China.

 

“The UK and Ireland”, book chapter in Annual Development Report on Europe (2006-2007), Chinese Social Sciences Press, 2007, Beijing, China.

 

“The UK and Ireland”, book chapter in Annual Development Report on Europe (2005-2006), Chinese Social Sciences Press, 2006, Beijing, China.

 

“The UK and Ireland”, book chapter in Annual Development Report on Europe (2004-2005), Chinese Social Sciences Press, 2005, Beijing, China.

 

“Analysis on the British General Election”, in Globe Feb. 2005, Beijing, China

 

“The UK and Ireland”, book chapter in Annual Development Report on Europe (2003-2004), Chinese Social Sciences Press, 2004, Beijing, China.

 

“Towards a Constitution of Europe”, in Knowledge, No. 8 2004, Beijing, China

 

“The Impacts of the EC on British Legal System and political Regime”, book chapter in Analysing the UK, pp. 246-260, Chinese Social Sciences Press, 2003, Beijing, China

 

“Theories on European International Relationships”, book chapter in European International Relationships, pp. 1-68, Economic Sciences Publishing House, 2001, Beijing, China

 

“Ireland”, book chapter in Annual Development Report on Europe (1999-2000), pp. 113-117, Social Sciences Documentation Publishing House, 2000, Beijing, China

 

The Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union – As Amended by the Treaty of Lisbon (co-translator), Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2010

 

Chapters XII, XIII, and XIV of China-Europe Relations: Perceptions, Policies and Prospects, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2010

 

Chapters IV and VII of The European Constitution, by H. H. Weiler, Chinese Social Sciences Publishing House, 2004, Beijing, China

 

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