Dr. Jedrzej Gorski is a Ph.D candidate in international relations at the Department of Asian and International Studies, City University of Hong Kong. He has primarily conducted research and published on various aspects of international trade and government procurement. His expertise also covers social entrepreneurship, regulatory environment for infrastructural projects, energy and natural resources.
Jedrzej received his Magister Iuris (long-cycle, summa cum laude) from the University of Warsaw and a PhD in laws from the CUHK. He also studied at the Levin College of Law, the University of Florida and at the University of Padua during his master's program, and conducted research at the Melbourne Law School as the 2014 Endeavour Research Fellow during his doctoral program, and worked is a post-doctoral research associate at the UCL Australia (2017).
Prior to joining academia, Jedrzej worked for two years in the Warsaw Office of the CMS Cameron Mckenna LLP. He was a member of the real estate and construction department. In his practise, he dealt with transactions related to commercial properties and huge infrastructural projects in energy and extractive sectors.
Jedrzej's publications include a book titled "The Belt and Road Initiative, Law, Economics, And Politics" (Brill Nijhoff 2018) co-edited with Julien Chaisse. and a report titled "Regulatory Framework on Environmental Impacts and Community Acceptance of Shale Gas" (24 May 2018) ShaleXenvironmenT Horizon 2020 project H2020-LCE-2014-1 co-authored with Christine Trenorden