Teach & Research：
Economic law, Competition law, Internet Law
WU Tao is an professor of law at Law School of Central University of Finance & Economics(CUFE Law School). Prior to joining CUFE, Professor Wu was a judge at a local court of Hebei Province, 1993-1997.
ProfessorWu’s research focuses on competition law and Internet law. He led a research project of“Construction of the Legal System of Civil Remedy for Monopoly Behaviors in China”, sponsored by National Social Science Foundation of China and a research project of“Judicial Issues of Internet Financial Services”, sponsored by the Supreme People’s Court. He won the An Zijie Research Grants on International Trade for his academic paper“Trade Conflicts Related to Competition Policy: Micro Analysis on the Necessity of International Coordination of Competition Law”.
Professor Wu represented Tencent, Inc. as an expert witness before the courts of the first and final trial in the case of Qihu vs. Tencent. Wu has been a legal adviser for Chinese Ministry of Commerce during the China-US negotiations on Patents and Standards in 2015.
ProfessorWureceived a Ph.D. inlawfromPekingUniversityLaw School in 2003.From September 2007-April 2008, Professor Wu worked on anti-trust law and economics as a visiting scholar at College of Law of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign(UIUC), where he was hosted by Professor Thomas S. Ulen.
Professor Wu is a member of China Economic Law Society, a standing member of China Business Law Society, a member of China Legal Education Society and a member of China Society of WTO Study.