Ziyue Zhou is a Ph.D. student at the University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law. His current research focuses on the platform antitrust in the labor market. His broader research interests lie mainly in comparative competition law, economic analysis of law and empirical legal studies.
Prior to pursuing his doctoral studies, Ziyue earned his LL.B. from Peking University in 2021, where he obtained numerous scholarships and academic awards. He then proceeded to obtain his LL.M. from the University of Chicago in 2022, where he specialized in antitrust law and economic analysis of law.
1. Common Law in Matrix: Facilitating the Common Law Development with ChatGPT (with IU Kwan Yuen)
The 8th Annual Conference of Socio-Legal Studies in China & The 5th Symposium on Big Data and Judicial Studies (Sep. 2023)
2. Legal Regulation of International Non-Governmental Sports Organization (with IU Kwan Yuen)
Conference on the Law of International Organizations, American Society of International Law (Feb. 2023)
3. Optimal Punishment of Crime Chains: An Economics Perspective (with Xie Danxia et al.)
20th China Law and Economics Forum hold by Economic Research Journal (Dec. 2022)
Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme (2023)
HKU Presidential PhD Scholarship (2023)