Teach & Research：
Comparative Competition Law, Law and Economics
2005- 2009Beijing Foreign Studies University, BA in Economics
2009 - 2010 Hamburg University, LLM
2010 - 2014 Erasmus University Rotterdam, PhD
Competition Law and Economics, Introduction to Common Law, Economic Law, Economic Law Cases, Market Regulatory Law, Consumer Protection Law
·Comparative Analysis of Merger Control Policy - Lessons for China, Intersentia August 2014, ISBN 978-1-78068-245-7
II.Law Journals and Peer-reviewed Book Chapters
1.J. Ma and M. Marquis,Corporate Culture and Competition Compliance in East Asia, 15South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business, forthcoming 2019
2.J.Ma and D. Sokol,Procedural Fairness in Chinese Antitrust, in Daniel Sokol and Andrew Guzman (eds)Antitrust Procedural Fairness, Oxford University Press, forthcoming January 2019
3.J. Ma,The Internationalization of Merger Review: Extraterritoriality, Conflicts and Convergence,World Economics Association (WEA) Public Law and Economics, WEA/College Publications 2018
4.J.Ma and M. Marquis,Moral Wrongfulness and Cartel Criminalization in East Asia, 35Arizona Journal of Internationaland Comparative Law(2018).
5.M. MarquisandJ. Ma,Confucian Bureaucracy and the Administrative Enforcement of Competition Law in East Asia, 43North Carolina Journal of International Law 1(2018).
6.D. Sokol and J. Ma,Understanding Online Markets and Antitrust Analysis, 15Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property43 (2017).
7.J. MaandM. Marquis,Business Culture in East Asia and Implications for CompetitionLaw, 51Texas International Law Journal1 (2016).
8.J. Ma,Market Integration as the Goal of Competition Law: The EU Experience and its Implications for China, in N. Philipsen, S.E. Weishaar and G. Xu (eds)Market Integration: The EU Experience and Implications for Regulatory Reform in China, pp. 15-40, Heidelberg, Germany Springer 2015
9.M. Faure and J. Ma,Cartel Enforcement in China: Monetary or Criminal Sanctions?in N. Philipsen and G. Xu (eds)The Role of Law and Regulation in Sustaining Financial Markets, pp. 195-221, Routledge October 2014
10.R. Van den Bergh and J. Ma,Enforcing AntitrustLaw in China: Is Decentralization Desirable?in M. Faure and G. Xu (eds)Economics and Regulation in China, pp.134-161, Routledge September 2013
?2018 Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Sciences ProjectData Monopolies and Regulation
?2015 CUFE Junior Faculty Funding ProgramComparative Competition Law and Economics Research Project