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Dr Jia Angelia WANG
  • Instructor
LL.D, Law
Stellenbosch University
2766 7070
2330 9845
Research Area:

Consulting, Research and Teaching Interests:
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Company Law
  • Law of E-Commerce

Dr Jia WANG is a Teaching Fellow at the School of Accounting and Finance, Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Prior to joining PolyU, She was a Postdoc Research Fellow at the Applied Research Centre of Intellectual Assets and the Law in Asia, School of Law, Singapore Management University and a Research Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University. Her research interests lie in the areas of intellectual property law, law and technology, company law and corporate governance.

Jia Wang, Conceptualizing Copyright Exceptions in China and South Africa: A Developing View from the Developing Countries, Springer (2018)


Jia Wang & Lei Chen, “Will Innovative Technology Result in Innovative Legal Frameworks? – Smart Contracts in China”, European Review of Private Law 2019 (6), 921–942.


Jia Wang, “ The Legal Protection of Personality Rights and the Internet”, in Ken Oliphant & PH Zhang (eds), The Legal Protection of Personality Rights in China and Europe, Brill, 2018


Jia Wang, "Jurisdiction of the Court over Disputes involving Patent Holders without Domicile in China", in Kung-Chung Liu (ed), Annotated Leading Patent Cases in Major Asian Jurisdictions, City University of Hong Kong Press, 2017


ZN Zhang & Jia Wang “Better Investor Protection and More Operational Flexibility: Singapore’s Latest Reforms to Strengthen its REIT Market”, Company Lawyer, 2017, 38(4), 130-136.


Jia Wang, “Toward a More Balanced Safe Harbour Protection System for Internet Service Providers in China”, Hong Kong Law Journal, 2015 vol. 45 Part 3, 851-879. 


Jia Wang, “Should China Adopt an Extended Licensing System to Facilitate Collective Copyright Administration: Preliminary Thoughts”, European Intellectual Property Review, 2010 Vol. 32, No. 6, pp. 283-289


Jia Wang, “Anti-circumvention Rules in the Information Network Environment in the US, UK and China: A Comparative Study” Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology, 2008 (3), pp.55-67