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Xi Tao

Professor of Law at the China University of Political Science and Law

Prof. Xi Tao is a Professor of Law, the Director of the School of Law and Economics and a PhD supervisor at the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing, China. He is Deputy Secretary-General of the China Society of World Economics and a part-time PhD supervisor at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Postdoctoral Workstation. Xi Tao's research interests range from Law and Economics to Government Regulation and Financial Law. Currently, he teaches "Economic Analysis of Law", "Law and Financial Regulation" and "Western Economics".

Xi Tao has given many lectures and attended meetings at other universities and institutions throughout Asia, Europe and the USA, for instance at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in 2010. Xi Tao conducted research as a Visiting Scholar at the University of Chicago, USA, in 1993. His research and teaching was honoured with several prizes.

His main publications are: "Law, money and price: the case of China"(2014), the translation of the "OECD Guiding Principles for Regulatory Quality and Performance"(2007) and "Executive Order 12866: Regulatory Planning and Review"(2006). Recent research projects include "Strategies of Maintaining Economic, Financial and Capital Markets Stability" (National Social Science Funds, 2009) and a key programme of the National People's Congress Financial and Economic Affairs Committee ("Analysis on the System and Environment of Chinese Legislation") in 2005.