Dr Jing Wang, is a full-time Law Lecturer at Strathclyde Law School and Member of the Research Team at SCALES (Strathclyde’s Centre for Antitrust Law and Empirical Study), specialises in Competition Law. An active conference speaker with many invited papers delivered at international academic conferences (e.g., Chicago, Stanford, Oxford, Queen Mary, King’s College, Toronto, Tokyo and NUS Singapore, etc.), Dr Wang is published in top global journals such as World Competition; Michigan State International Law Review; Fordham International Law Journal, etc. Dr Wang’s doctoral work focused on the question of whether market intervention and the activities of State-oriented monopolies were consistent with the protection of market competition, protection of efficiency and consumers, or whether non-competition interests are pursued. Her more recent work examines how traditional competition law prohibitions, concepts and regulators are frequently unable to keep pace with new emerging digital economy anti-consumer anti-competitive practices. Recent pieces published on the interface between digital anti-consumer practices and competition law include pieces in the New Law Journal aimed at practitioners, and the European Competition Law Review which is widely regarded by regulators and policymakers. Dr Wang possesses extensive international competition and big data research project experience, including on projects funded by the China National Social Science Foundation. Recently Dr Wang has begun exploring the potential for VR and Animations to be used for the purpose of conferring complex specialist knowledge on non-experts as “common knowledge” and was awarded a Clark Foundation Grant in 2021 to undertake development research in this field (DND/EDU4/5).