Transnational Law and International Negotiation

Technology and emerging laws such as trade, environmental, and biotechnology laws, are affected by increasing levels of globalization and local legal systems and comprise trans-boundary properties. Therefore, NYCU Law adopts the perspectives of global governance and local needs to explore the interactions and reconciliations among the norms of finance and trade, the environment (natural resources), public health, and biotechnology, emphasizing integrated interdisciplinary research.

By focusing on international trade and investment, international environmental, and international intellectual property laws, NYCU Law analyzes the critical issues in existing international laws from the perspective of global norm control. Additionally, this research complements the specialty of the NYCU Law in technology and finance law.

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