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Henrik Andersen

Senior Lecturer

Lancashire Law School

WTO law, International economic law, International rule of law, China-EU legal relationship, Constitutionalization of international law, International dispute settlement

Henrik Andersen studied Commercial Law and Business Administration at BSc and MSc level at Copenhagen Business School. After graduation, he worked with public law at the Danish Energy Agency before he returned to Copenhagen Business School in order to work on his PhD project; “EU Dumping Determinations and WTO Law”. He was awarded the PhD degree in 2008 and continued his career at the Law Department at Copenhagen Business School as Post.Doc., Assistant Professor, and finally as Associate Professor until he in 2014 joined Lancashire Law School as Lecturer in Law. Henrik Andersen’s research concerns law of the World Trade Organization, International Dispute Settlement, International Rule of Law, Constitutionalisation of International Law, Legal Cultures, and EU-China Trade relationships. more...

Assistant Professor Programme in Teaching and Pedagogical Competence, Copenhagen Business School, 2011 Ph.D. World Trade Organization and European Union Law, Copenhagen Business School, 2008 M.Sc. Commercial Law and Business Administration, 2001 B.Sc. Commercial Law and Business Administration, 1998

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  1. Andersen, Henrik (2015) Protection of Non-Trade Values in WTO Appellate Body Jurisprudence: Exceptions, Economic Arguments, and Eluding Questions. Journal of International Economic Law, 18 (2). pp. 383-405.
  2. Andersen, Henrik (2016) China and the WTO apellate body's rule of law. Global Journal of Comparative Law, 5 (1). pp. 146-182. ISSN 2211-9051
  3. Andersen, Henrik (2016) China's 'One Belt One Road' - Transnational and Multilevel Rule of Law Challenges from a European Perspective. In: International Symposium of Foreign Law and Comparative Law: "Comparative Legal Systems and Legal Culture in the View of Globalization.", 17-18 September 2016, International School of Law, Beijing International Studies University (BISU).
  4. Andersen, Henrik (2017) WTO Antidumping Jurisprudence and Rule of Law Challenges. In: Festskrift till Christina Möell. Juristforlaget i Lund. ISBN 978-91-544-0572-5
  5. Andersen, Henrik (2017) Book Review: Kent Jones, Reconstructing the World Trade Organization for the 21st Century – An Institutional Approach. International Trade Law and Regulation . ISSN 1357-3136
  6. Andersen, Henrik (2017) Hybrid Courts and Multilevel Rules of Law: Some Overall Considerations, Challenges and Opportunities. International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, 6 . pp. 117-126.
  7. Andersen, Henrik (2018) Malaysia: A Silent Voice in World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement – Some Legal Considerations for Future Involvement in Renewable Energy Disputes. Journal of Malaysian and Comparative Law, 45 (2). ISSN 0126-6322
  8. Andersen, Henrik (2019) India – Solar Cells and Mexico – Taxes on Soft Drinks: Multilevel Rule of Law Challenges in the Interpretation of Art. XX (d) of GATT 1994 in WTO Case Law. The Indian Journal of International Economic Law, 10 . pp. 60-103.