Dr. Sun specializes in economic analysis in antitrust and intellectual property matters. He has conducted economic analysis for antitrust review of mergers, constructed econometric models for damages estimation in price fixing cases, and provided analysis in abuse of dominance cases, including those involving bundled discounts, exclusionary practices and the licensing of patents. Dr. Sun has particular expertise and experience in China’s antitrust matters, having worked extensively on cases before Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM), National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and State Administration of Industry and Commerce (SAIC), as well as in Chinese courts.
Dr. Sun has written extensively on antitrust issues, particularly those pertaining to China. His English writings have appeared in publications such as the Antitrust Law Journal, Antitrust Source, Journal of Competition Law and Economics, Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Emerging Markets Finance & Trade, and various newsletters and book chapters. He was among the main drafters of commentaries on a number of draft regulations and guidelines in the areas of antitrust and IP in China on behalf of the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section and International Section. His Chinese writings have appeared in several Chinese journals and magazines, and on some Chinese web sites.
While at the University of Michigan, Dr. Sun taught economics at both the undergraduate level and the MBA level. He has also taught antitrust economics at Renmin University of China.
Dr. Sun is a Senior Editor of the Antitrust Law Journal, an Associate Editor of the China Antitrust Law Journal, an associate member of the ABA Antitrust Section and International Section, and a member of the American Economic Association, the Chinese Economists Society, and the Licensing Executives Society.