|| 姓名： 【美】李波
|| 单位： 海外法学家
现为美国Davis Polk & Wardwell律师事务所执业律师。
Davis Polk & Wardwell, New York, NY & Hong Kong, Summer Associate & Associate (Attorney at Law), Summer 1998, 1999-present
Domestic and international transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, public offerings of debt and equity securities, and credit financings and restructurings. Responsibilities include general deal management; drafting and negotiating transaction terms, credit agreements, security agreements, indentures, joint venture agreements, asset and stock purchase agreements and other transactional documents; and drafting public offering documents. Other transactional experience includes coordinating and conducting due diligence review; research various corporate law issues; and drafting various closing documents. Pro Bono experience includes representing indigents in Article 78 proceedings and representing immigrants in political asylum cases.
Arnold & Porter, Washington, DC, Summer Associate, Summer 1998
Researched and wrote memoranda relating to various commercial litigation assignments; interviewed and prepared clients and witnesses; developed legal theories and strategies; read and critiqued expert witness' testimony; prepared for trial.
Massachusetts Attorney General's Office, Boston, MA, Intern, Spring 1999
Worked in the criminal prosecution division, conducted legal research; wrote memoranda on various legal issues; prepared for trial; reviewed investigative documents.
Harvard Law School, J.D. magna cum laude, 1999
Stanford University, Ph.D., Economics, 1998
Boston University, M.A., Economics, 1994
Renmin University of China, Beijing, Undergraduate, Economics, 1989-1992
Visiting Lecturer, American Corporation Law, Renmin University of China, Nov. 2001
Visiting Lecturer, American Securities Law, Renmin University of China, Nov. 2000
Teaching Assistant, Introductory Economics, Stanford University, Spring 1996
Teaching Assistant, Firm, Organization & Management, Stanford University, 1995
Lecturer, Introductory Microeconomics, Boston University, Fall 1993
Lecturer, Introductory Macroeconomics, Boston University, Summer 1993
Teaching Assistant, Introductory Macroeconomics, Boston University, Spring 1993
Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Microeconomics, Boston University, Fall 1992
Research Assistant, Prof. Lucian Bebchuk, Harvard Law School, 1998-1999
Research Assistant, Prof. Steven Shavell, Harvard Law School, 1998-1999
Research Assistant, Prof. William Alford, Harvard Law School, 1997-1998
Research Assistant, Prof. Paul Milgrom, Stanford University and NSF, Summer 1997
Research Assistant, Prof. Masahiko Aoki, Stanford University, 1995-1996
Research Assistant, Dr. Ken Judd, Hoover Institution and NBER, Summer 1994/95/96
Research Assistant, Profs. Albert Ma and Thomas McGuire, Boston University, 1993
National Science Foundation, Grant SBR-9320733, Monotone Comparative Statics
(Principal Investigator: Prof. Paul Milgrom, Stanford University)
National Science Foundation, Grant SBR-9309613, Computation Methods in Economics
(Principal Investigator: Dr. Kenneth Judd, Hoover Institution)
Shanghai Institute of Law and Economics, Member, Academic Committee, since 2002
China Civil and Commercial Law Center, Renmin Univ, Research Fellow, since 2000
Perspectives, Editor-in-Chief, since 1999
Harvard International Law Journal, Line Editor, 1996-1997
Game and Economic Behavior, Referee, 1996
Rand Journal of Economics, Referee, 1995, 1996
Overseas Young Chinese Forum, Founder, 1999
Harvard China Review, Co-Founder, 1998
Harvard Asia Law Society Delegation to Hong Kong and China, Delegate, 1997
Stanford China Education Foundation, Co-founder, 1996
Association of Chinese Students and Scholars at Stanford (ACSSS), Director, 1995
ACSSS Monthly, Founder and Editor-in-Chief, 1995
||PUBLICATIONS, RESEARCH PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS
Law, Rule of Law and Constitutionalism (Chinese), to be published on Kai Fang Shi Dai, Guangzhou Academy of Social Sciences, 2002.
Investor Protection and Law Enforcement: Theory and the U.S. Practice, presentation at Shenzhen Stock Exchange, China, June 28, 2002
Private Securities Fraud Litigation in the U.S., presentation at International Conference on Investor Protection, hosted by Shanghai Stock Exchange, China, June 20-21, 2002
Securities Law and Corporate Governance in the U.S., presentation at Shenzhen Stock Exchange, China, November 19, 2001
The Moral Foundation of Liberalism, Perspectives, Vol. 3, No. 1, August 2001.
Sources of Democracy (Chinese), Kai Fang Shi Dai, Guangzhou Academy of Social Sciences, May 2001.
NASDAQ and China's Second Stock Board, Jing Ji Li Lun yu Jing Ji Guan Li, Renmin University of China Press, January 2001.
Law, Rule of Law and Constitutionalism (English), Perspectives, Vol. 1, No. 5-6; Vol. 2, No. 1 & 4, 2000-2001.
Sources of Democracy (English), Perspectives, Vol. 1, No. 1-4, 1999-2000.
China: The Next Tumbling Domino? Harvard China Review, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1998
Public versus Private Enforcement of Law: A Political Economy Perspective Mimeo, Stanford University, July 1996, presented at Law and Economics Seminar, Harvard Law School, April 1997
Public versus Private Enforcement of Law: A Multitask Perspective Mimeo, Stanford University, March 1997
Public versus Private Enforcement of Law: The Case of Qui Tam Doctrine Mimeo, Stanford University, January 1996, presented at Law and Economics Lunch Seminar, Stanford Law School, February 1996; and at Law Enforcement Conference at Harvard Law School, November 1998
Production or Investment? A Theory of Delegation Mimeo, Stanford University, June 1996
A Theory of Capital Budgeting Mimeo, Stanford University, August 1996
The Optimal Design of Communication Network: M-form, U-form, and Matrix Management Mimeo, Stanford University, October 1995, presented at the Comparative Institutional Analysis Workshop, Department of Economics, Stanford University, November 1995
Indentured Servitude and the Redemption System: A Comparative Economic Analysis Mimeo, Stanford University, February 1995, presented at the Social Science History Workshop, Stanford University, April 1995
The Nature of the Firm: What Can We Learn from History? Mimeo, Stanford University, 1995
The Nature of the Firm: A Survey and A Critique Mimeo, Stanford University, 1995
Divergence, Heterogeneous Growth, and Human Capital Accumulation Mimeo, Boston University, 1994
Asymptotically Efficient Estimation of Semilinear Models with Conditional Heteroskedasticity Mimeo, Boston University, 1994