Dr. Su Sun
Managing Director, Secretariat Economists
Dr. Sun has over twenty years of experience in economic consulting in the United States. He specializes in economic analysis in antitrust, unfair competition, and intellectual property disputes, with a particular focus on these issues in China in recent years. He has been retained multiple times by China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) and State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) to provide economic analysis in their antitrust review of mergers and acquisitions. Over the course of his career, he has submitted economic reports to numerous regulatory agencies in China on behalf of clients. As an expert witness, he has submitted economic expert reports to more than ten courts located in different regions of China and has testified in many hearings and trials.
Dr. Sun has written extensively on antitrust issues, including those pertaining to China. His English articles have been published as book chapters or in various publications, including the Antitrust Law Journal, European Competition Law Review, Journal of Competition Law and Economics, and Journal of Antitrust Enforcement. His Chinese articles have been published in several Chinese journals or on Chinese websites, such as Comparative Studies, China Reform, and Caijing.com.
Dr. Sun received his bachelor’s degree from Renmin University of China and his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan. At the University of Michigan, Dr. Sun also taught economics at both the undergraduate level and the MBA level. In addition, he has also taught a summer course on antitrust economics at Renmin University of China. Dr. Sun is currently a Senior Editor of the Antitrust Law Journal and serves as an advisor to both the College of Management and Economics of Tianjin University and the Anti-Infringement and Anti-Counterfeiting Alliance in China.