hajur

CBS LAW

Henrik
Andersen
Associate professor
,
PhD


Room: POR/18.B-1.152
Tel:
+4538152632
E-mail: ha.law@cbs.dk
Presentation

Henrik Andersen is an Associate Professor at CBS Law where he has worked between 2003-2014 and again from 2018. Between 2014-2018 he worked as a Senior Lecturer at Lancashire Law School, UCLan in the United Kingdom. Henrik Andersen’s research interests revolve around International Economic Law with particular focus on World trade Organization (WTO) law in the context of rule of law and international climate change law. In addition, he carries out research concerning the trade relations between China and the EU, in particular the EU’s use of antidumping, as well as China’s investment initiative ‘One Belt, One Road.’

Primary research areas
  • WTO law
  • International Trade and the International Rule of Law
  • International Trade and International Climate Change Law
  • Antidumping Law and Trade Defences
  • EU-China Trade Relationship, including “One Belt, One Road”
Administrative tasks
  • Coordinator of Education, CBS Law
  • CBS Law Representative at the MPP Department Forum
  • Course coordinator; EU law, BSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law
  • Course coordinator; Public law, BSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law
  • Course coordinator; Public law, HD (GDL)
  • Course coordinator; Internal market and climate change, HD (GDL)
Curriculum Vitae
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/hajur
Courses
  • EU Law, BSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law
  • Public Law, BSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law
  • Internal market and climate change, HD (GDL)
Supervision
  • Bachelor projects
  • Master theses
Selected publications
  • “Protection of Non-Trade Values in WTO Appellate Body Jurisprudence:  Exceptions, Economic Arguments, and Eluding Questions “, 18 (2) Journal of International Economic Law, 2015, pp. 383-405.
  • “Rule of Law Gaps and the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative: The Problem of Legal Certainty for International Businesses and other Stakeholders” in “Towards a New Silk Road? A Legal Analysis of The Belt and Road Initiative”, Giuseppe Martinico and Wu Xueyan (eds.),(2020) 103-129, Palgrave Macmillan
  • “China and the WTO Appellate Body’s Rule of Law” 5 Global Journal of Comparative Law, 2016, pp. 146-182.
  • “EU Dumping Determinations and WTO Law”, Kluwer Law International; Global Trade Law Series, 2009
  • “WTO Law and Prices of Pharmaceutical Products: Rule of Law Gaps and the Unclear Balance between Trade Protection, Human Rights, and IP Protection,”University of the Pacific Law Review, 51 (3) 2020, 452-473
Publications sorted by:
2022
Henrik Andersen / Democratic Legitimacy : A Legal Perspective.
In: Public Law: Insghts into Danish Constitutional and Administrative Law. . ed. /Peter Aagaard Nielsen; Jesper Olsen. København : Hans Reitzels Forlag 2022, p. 93-118
Book chapter > peer review
Henrik Andersen / EU’s ‘Distorted Economy’ Antidumping Approach Towards China: Improvement of Legal Certainty or New Legal Distortions? : Some Overall Observations.
In: Journal of World Trade, Vol. 56, No. 5, 10.2022, p. 735-756
Journal article > peer review
Henrik Andersen / The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI) and Climate Protection : When, Where, and How?.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2022, 14 p. (CBS LAW Research Paper, No. 22-07)
Working paper
Henrik Andersen / Time to Reconsider Direct Applicability of WTO Law to ECJ Jurisprudence? : The Three Arguments from Commission v Hungary (Higher Education).
In: European Law Review, Vol. 47, No. 4, 8.2022, p. 550-567
Journal article > peer review
2021
Henrik Andersen / Climate Concerns and Antidumping Law : Where is the Space for the Climate Argument?.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2021, 15 p. (CBS LAW Research Paper, No. 21-09)
Working paper > peer review
Henrik Andersen / The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI) and Climate Protection : A Brief Descriptive Overview of CAI Climate Regulation and its Legal Context.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [wp] 2021, 16 p. (CBS LAW Research Paper, No. 21-13)
Working paper
Henrik Andersen / The Role of WTO Dispute Settlement Institutions in Promoting the Rule of Law Over Power Orientation in the Russia-EU Trade Relationship
In: The IUP Journal of International Relations, No. 20, 2021, p. 40-65
Journal article > peer review
Henrik Andersen / WTO Panel and Appellate Body Jurisprudence on Environmental Protection of Marine Living Resources : Considerations for the Maritime Silk Road Shipping Policies.
In: Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business. ed. /Christian Campbell. Vol. 42A, Alphen aan den Rijn : Kluwer Law International 2021, p. 75-125
Book chapter > peer review
2020
Henrik Andersen / Price Strategies of Intellectual Property Rights Holders of Technology Products and Antidumping Policies : The Legal Risks of Price Discrimination beyond Competition Law.
In: VIT Law Review, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2020, p. 3-28
Journal article > peer review
Henrik Andersen / Rule of Law Gaps and the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative : Legal Certainty for International Businesses.
In: A Legal Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Towards a New Silk Road?. . ed. /Giuseppe Martinico; Wueyan WU. Cham : Palgrave Macmillan 2020, p. 103-129
Book chapter > peer review
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Research Projects
Outside activities
  • University of Lund, from June 2019, PhD Supervision
  • UClan, Lancashire Law School, Preston, UK, from August 2018, PhD Supervision
  • University of Central Lancashire (UClan) Cyprus, from January 2019, Staffe development (Research) Teaching WTO Law