Dr Qi Zhou (George)
Associate Professor of Law
I joined the University of Leeds as an Associate Professor of Law in June 2013. Before that, I was a lecturer in law at the University of Sheffield. I am a qualified attorney in China, a Distinguish Visiting Fellow in Law and Economics at The Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, and a Visiting Professor at Xi An Jiao Tong University, China.
I studied law at the Chinese University of Politics, the University of Bournemouth and the University of Manchester.
My research interests lie in the fields of contract law, regulation and law and economics. I am particularly interested in studying the regulatory features of different types of legal instruments.
I welcome applications from candidates in my research area, in particular proposals with a law and economic perspective.
- Zhou, Q. with L. DiMatteo, S. Saintier and K. Rowley (eds), (2013) Commercial Contract Law Transatlantic Perspective, Cambridge University Press.
- Zhou, Q. (2009) An Economic Analysis of Misrepresentation in English Contract Law, VDM Verlag.
- Zhou, Q. ‘What can contract lawyers learn from law and economics’ (2011) 30 (1) The University of Tasmania Law Review 158-174.
- Zhou, Q. ‘Damages for repudiation: An ex ante perspective on the Golden Victory case’’ (2010) 32 Sydney Law Review 579-583.
- Zhou, Q. ‘An economic perspective on legal remedies for unconscionable contracts’ (2010) 6 (1) European Review of Contract Law 25-38.