Wednesday, December 3, 2014

New Issue: SSRN Legal Studies Research Paper Series

Table of Contents

1.What Role Can an International Financial Centre's Law Play in the Development of a Sunrise Industry? The Case of Hong Kong and Solar Powered Investments
Bryane Michael, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, Columbia Law School - Centre for the Advancement of Public Integrity
Simon X. Zhao, University of Hong Kong - Department of Geography
Dariusz Wojcik, University of Oxford, St. Peter's College

2. The Law and Politics of Constitutional Reform and Democratization in Hong Kong
Albert H. Y. Chen, University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law

3. The Keeneye Case: Rethinking the Content of Public Policy in Cross-Border Arbitration between Hong Kong and Mainland China
Weixia Gu, University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law
Xianchu Zhang, University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law

4. 15 Years of the Handover: The Rise, Discontent, and Positive Interaction of Cross-Border Arbitration in Hong Kong with Mainland China
Weixia Gu, University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law

5. The Judiciary in Economic and Political Transformation: Quo Vadis Chinese Courts?
Weixia Gu, University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law

6. Realising Universal Suffrage in Hong Kong after the Standing Committee's Decision
Simon N. M. Young, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong

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