International Investment Law
Dissertation Topic: The Interpretation of Most-Favored-Nation (MFN) Clause in International Investment Arbitration
Anqi Wang joined the WTI in September 2017 as a PhD candidate in international investment law. She obtained her bachelor‘s degree from Southwest University of Political Science & Law, and her master’s degree from China Foreign Affairs University. In 2015, she was sponsored by the Chinese government to study at Martin-Luther University in Germany, where she majored in international economic law. In 2016, she pursued her internship at the Beijing Arbitration Committee (BAC), where she worked as Secretarial Assistant, managing the case documents, drafting case reports and helping arbitrators further the case procedures. There she gained frontier knowledge and professional guidance in the field of international investment arbitration.