Wang-Ruu Tseng


  • 英文姓名: Wang-Ruu Tseng (Distinguished Professor)
  • 職稱: 特聘教授
  • Tel: 886-2-23366-8941
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  • Research interests: Corporate Law, Securities Regulation, Financial Services Law, Conflict of Laws, Negotiable Instruments
  • Teaching Areas: Corporate Law, Conflict of Laws, Securities Regulation, Seminar on Capital Market Regulation, Seminar on Financial Services Regulation, Seminar on Securities Regulation, Negotiable Instruments
  • Office Hour: Thu. 16:30~18:00
  • Education: Ph.D., University of London ( England ), LL.M. (Harvard), LL.M. (NTU), LL.B. (NTU)

Education: 1989 LL.B. (NTU); 1991 LL.M. (NTU); 1992 LL.M. (Harvard); 1996 Ph.D. in Law (London)

- Vice Dean and Director of Graduate Institute of Interdisciplinary Legal Studies of NTU Law (2015-2017)
- Dean of NTU Law (2017-2019)
- Director (government appointed) of TWSE (2010-2015)
- Exchange Professor of NTU-Hamburg University (2014)
- Exchange Professor of NTU-Heidelberg University (2018)

Professor Tseng is a qualified attorney in Taiwan, specializing in company law, securities regulation, financial services and markets regulations, negotiable instruments, and conflict of laws. She has published numerous books in the above-mentioned fields, such as “Corporate Governance and Capital Market (I)” (2002, 2007), “Corporate Governance and Capital Market (II)” (2008), “Corporate Management, Shareholders and Creditors” (2008), “Reconstructing the Fundamentals of Company Law” (2011), and “The Principles of Securities Regulation” (2000, 2008), and also authored books in collaboration with other reputable scholars. Her articles have been published by the academic journals of TSSCI as well.

During her career at NTU College of Law, Prof. Tseng had been the director of GILS, Vice Dean, and later on the Dean of NTU College of Law. While during her term as Dean, Prof. Tseng fundraised multiple scholarship opportunities for students to study abroad, including oversea exchange and internships. Moreover, she also established multiple chair professorships. Now, she is currently a distinguished professor and has been honored "Excellent Teacher of NTU" multiple times and "Outstanding Teacher of NTU" twice (2004, 2011).