Dini Sejko is Research Associate at the Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law, Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Research Affiliate at Tufts University, SovereigNET, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Dr Sejko is conducting research on the impact of the Belt and Road Initiative on Southeast Asian countries and sustainable development. His research interests include the governance of state-owned enterprises and sovereign wealth funds (SWFs), and the implications of state capitalism on international economic law. For his research on SWFs, he received the SIEL/PEPA Edward Elgar Prize 2018, awarded by the Society of International Economic Law. Dr Sejko teaches "Transnational Legal Issues and Dispute Settlement" at the HKUST, Business School.
During his PhD at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Dr Sejko has been WUN Visiting Fellow at the Leeds University Business School, visiting researcher at the Melbourne Law School, and won the 3rd Place, at the 2017 Tsinghua Law School International Arbitration Moot Competition. Dr Sejko has presented his research at academic institutions and conferences in Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, the United Kingdom, Italy, and the Netherlands.
Dr Sejko has obtained a Combined Bachelor and Master of Science in Law from Bocconi University and a Master of Laws in International Economic Law from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.