Pasha L. Hsieh is an Assistant Professor of Law at the Singapore Management
University School of Law. He holds Juris Doctor and LL.M. degrees from the University of
Pennsylvania Law School, where he was a Senior Editor of the University of Pennsylvania
Law Review. Prior to joining academia, he served as a Legal Affairs Officer at the
Appellate Body Secretariat of the World Trade Organization and as an associate at
Shearman & Sterling LLP. He has been the Managing Editor of the Chinese (Taiwan)
Yearbook of International Law and Affairs since 2006. 

Hsieh’s research focuses on international law, WTO law and East Asian legal studies. He
is particularly interested in the roles of China and ASEAN in international law and
cross-Taiwan Strait relations, and has published articles in the Michigan Journal of
International Law, the Journal of World Trade and the Journal of International Economic
Law. His works have been cited by the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland as well as in
leading texts on international law such as Max Plank Encyclopedia of Public International
Law and International Law: Cases and Materials with Australian Perspectives (Cambridge
University Press). He was awarded Singapore’s Lee Foundation Fellowship for Research
Excellence in 2010 and was the co-organizer of the International Law Association
Asia-Pacific Regional Conference in 2011. 

Articles

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The Discipline of International Law in Republican China and Contemporary Taiwan, Washington University Global Studies Law Review (forthcoming) (2014)
 

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ASEAN's Liberalization of Legal Services: The Singapore Case, Asian Journal of WTO and International Health Law and Policy (2013)
 

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Reassessing APEC’s Role as a Trans-Regional Economic Architecture: Legal and Policy Dimensions, Journal of International Economic Law, Oxford University Press (2013)
 

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The China-Taiwan ECFA, Geopolitical Dimensions and WTO Law, Journal of International Economic Law, Oxford University Press (2011)
 

Contributions to Books

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Does Free Trade Matter for Poverty Reduction? The Case of ASEAN, Poverty and the International Economic Legal System: Duties to the World's Poor (2013)
 

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China-Taiwan Trade Relations: Implications of the WTO and Asian Regionalism, Trading Arrangements in the Pacific Rim: ASEAN and APEC (2008)
 

Book Reviews and Other Works