现任教师
教师介绍
姓名沈伟
研究领域国际法
职称教授
职务凯原特聘教授、东方学者特聘教授
毕业院校英国伦敦政治经济学院
最高学历博士
个人介绍
沈伟现为上海交通大学凯原法学院凯原特聘教授、博士生导师;美国纽约大学法学院全球法学教授;美国密歇根大学L. Bates Lea访问教授。
 
沈伟先后获得华东政法学院法学学士学位及法学硕士学位;美国密歇根大学法学硕士学位;英国剑桥大学法学硕士学位;英国伦敦政治经济学院法学博士学位。
 
沈伟主要研究领域包括国际投资法、公司治理、金融规制以及国际商事仲裁。
截止目前,沈伟已经出版6本英文著作、1本英文编著、1本中文著作、4本中文编著、4本译著;参与出版34本著作(其中中文著作3本,英文著作31本);以及近160余篇英文和中文学术论文,其中在《中国法学》、《法学研究》、《中外法学》、《清华法学》、《比较法研究》、《法学》、《当代法学》、《现代法学》、《法商研究》等核心法学期刊发表论文50余篇;多篇中文论文被《新华文摘》、《中国社会科学文摘》、《人大复印资料》、《社会科学文摘》等转载;在Chinese Journal of International Law、American Journal of International Law、European Business Organization Law Review等SSCI期刊发表论文近30篇。他的英文论文被新加坡最高法院判决引用,他的专家意见被香港高等法院、巴林法院等采纳。
沈伟主持国家社科基金、中国法学会、香港特别行政区政府、澳门特别行政区政府、上海市经济和信息化委员会、上海市人力资源和社会保障局、上海市教育委员会等国家、省部级、国际、横向课题十余项,其研究报告获得多个部门好评,取得良好的社会效果。
沈伟主持的全英语课程《中国公司法》课程分别被教育部和上海市教委评为“来华留学英语授课品牌课程”;全英语课程《中国合同法》被上海市教委评为“来华留学英语授课品牌课程”,被教育部评为“国家精品在线开放课程”(慕课课程);全英语课程《中国证券法》被上海市教委评为英语示范性课程。
沈伟的研究获得了国外大学和科研机构的认可,曾受邀担任德国马克斯 - 普朗克国际法和比较法研究所(汉堡)高级研究员(2013夏季)和耶鲁法学院高级研究学者(2013-2014学年),并应邀为哥本哈根商学院客座教授(2012年秋季)、台湾交通大学访问教授(2014年秋季)、纽约大学法学院访问教授(2014冬季)、以色列特拉维夫大学法学院访问教授(2015年春季)、新加坡管理大学法学院访问教授(2015年秋季),香港大学法学院访问教授(2016年和2018年春季),新加坡国立大学兼职研究教授(2016年)和访问教授(2017年春季),香港大学访问教授(2018年和2019年春季),美国密歇根大学访问教授(2019年冬季),在这些法学院开设课程并授课或参与课题研究。
沈伟是很多国际学术会议的特邀主题发言人。此外,他还频繁受邀在欧美知名法学院举办讲座或工作坊,如美国哥伦比亚大学法学院、宾夕法尼亚大学法学院、耶鲁法学院、耶鲁大学商学院、纽约大学法学院、芬兰赫尔辛基大学法学院、荷兰莱顿大学法学院、挪威奥斯陆大学法学院、瑞典斯德哥尔摩大学法学院、德国哥廷根大学法学院、丹麦哥本哈根大学法学院、新加坡管理大学法学院、新加坡国立大学法学院、台湾清华大学法学院、台湾大学法学院、日本早稻田大学法学院、美国芝加哥大学法学院、美国乔治城大学法学院、美国乔治华盛顿大学法学院、英国伦敦大学学院法学院、英国伦敦大学亚非学院法律系、墨西哥国立自治大学经济系、比利时法语鲁汶大学、荷兰格罗宁根大学、荷兰伊拉斯姆斯大学等,坚持学术自信和理论自信。
沈伟还是国际比较法协会会员,二十国集团下金融市场法律委员会委员,Moody’s中国学术咨询委员会委员,香港大学国际金融法亚洲研究所荣誉研究员,上海交通大学安泰经管学院现代金融研究中心高级研究员,入选上海市浦江人才计划。
沈伟是《中国国际法杂志》(SSCI期刊,牛津大学出版社)、《东亚和国际法期刊》(SSCI期刊)、《中国比较法期刊》(牛津大学出版社)、《欧洲商业法律评论》(荷兰威科集团)、《中国和世界贸易组织评论》(韩国)、《中国法学》(英文版)在任编辑或编委,是几十本CSSCI期刊和SSCI期刊的匿名评审。
沈伟教授是美国纽约州执业律师,以及香港国际仲裁中心、新加坡国际仲裁中心、伦敦国际仲裁院、上海国际仲裁中心、中国国际经济贸易仲裁委员会、上海仲裁委员会、韩国商业仲裁会(国际)、日本商事仲裁委员会等仲裁机构的仲裁员。
 
Professor Dr. SHEN Wei
KoGuan Distinguished Professor of Law, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Law School; PhD (London School of Economics and Political Science), LLM (University of Cambridge), LLM (University of Michigan), LLM & LLB (East China University of Political Science and Law); Attorney-at-Law, New York. Professor Shen is the former Dean of Shandong University Law School, China.
Professor Shen is Global Professor of Law at New York University School of Law, L. Bates Lea Visiting Professor of Law at Michigan Law School, an associate member of the International Academy of Comparative Law (Académie international de droitcomparé), a member of Moody's China Academic Advisory Panel, a member of Financial Markets Law Committee of G20 Steering Group, and an Honorary Fellow of Asian Institute of International Financial Law, University of Hong Kong, and has been included in Marquis Who’s Who (2011 onwards).
Professor Shen is an arbitrator with London Court of International Arbitration, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, Singapore International Arbitration Centre, Korean Commercial Arbitration Board (International), Japan Commercial Arbitration Commission, Shanghai Arbitration Commission, China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, Shanghai International Arbitration Centre, Shenzhen International Court of Arbitration, and Qingdao Arbitration Commission, among others.   He is also a mediator with the China Securities Investor Services Centre (ISC).
Professor Shen was a Senior Research Fellow at Max-Planck Institute of International and Comparative Law (Hamburg) (Summer 2013), a Senior Research Scholar at Yale Law School (2013-2014). He is a Visiting Professor at Copenhagen Business School (Fall 2012), Taiwan Chiao Tong University (Fall 2014), New York University School of Law (Winter 2014), Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law (Spring 2015), Singapore Management University (Fall 2015), University of Hong Kong (Spring 2016), Adjunct Research Professor of Law at CBFL, National University of Singapore (2016), Visiting Professor of Law, National University of Singapore (Spring 2017), Visiting Professor of Law, University of Hong Kong (Spring 2018 & 2019), and L. Bates Lea Visiting Professor, University of Michigan Law School (Winter 2019).
Professor Shen is an editor of Chinese Journal of International Law (SSCI, Oxford University Press), Journal of East Asia and International Law (SSCI), European Business Law Review (Wolters Kluwer), Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (Oxford University Press), China and WTO Review (Yijun Press, South Korea), China Legal Science (English version, China Law Society), Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (OUP), Chinese Journal of Global Governance (Brill Nijhoff), International Journal of Legal Discourse (De Gruyter Mouton, Germany) and Modern Management Forum (Universe Scientific Publishing Pte Ltd, Singapore).
Prior to teaching at the law school, Professor Shen practiced in major US and UK firms in Shanghai, Chicago and Hong Kong for a decade primarily assisting multinational clients in their China-related transactions such as foreign direct investment, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, project finance and commercial arbitration.
Professor Shen is now teaching international investment law, international financial regulation, company law, international economic law and contract law in the law school. Professor Shen’s current research interests include international investment law, corporate governance, financial regulation, and international commercial arbitration. 
Professor Shen is the sole author of seven books: Rethinking the New York Convention – A Law and Economics Approach (Cambridge: Intersentia 2013), The Anatomy of China’s Banking Sector and Regulation (Wolters Kluwer 2014), How Is International Economic Order Shaped? – Law, Markets and Globalisation (China Law Press 2014), Corporate Law in China: Structure, Governance and Regulation (Sweet & Maxwell 2015), Investor Protection in Capital Markets – The Case of Hong Kong (Sweet & Maxwell 2015), Shadow Banking in China: Risk, Regulation and Policy (Edward Elgar 2016), and Chinese Business Law: Narrative and Commentary (Wolters Kluwer 2016). He edited two books: Private Law in China and Taiwan: A Law and Economic Analysis (Cambridge University Press 2016, with Chang and Wang), and Financial Regulation in the Aftermath of Global Financial Crisis: Chinese and US Perspectives (China Law Press 2016, with Romano).
Professor Shen also contributed to 34 books (30 in English and 4 in Chinese) and authored (or co-authored) over 160 articles in English and Chinese law journals. His article was cited by the Supreme Court of Singapore in its judgment, and his expert opinion was accepted and applied by the Hong Kong High Court in the case.
 
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