Thursday, February 23, 2017

New Issues: SSRN Legal Studies Research Paper Series (HKU)

Vol. 6, No. 6: 23 December 2016
Table of Contents

1.A Principles-Based Response to the Proposed Reform of the Governance Structure for Listing Regulation in Hong Kong
Syren Johnstone, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong, Asian Institute of International Financial Law
Nigel Davis, University of Hong Kong
Douglas W. Arner, University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law

2. The Limits of Critique and the Forces of Law
Daniel Charles Matthews, The University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law
Scott Veitch, The University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law

3. Plasticity, Jurisdiction and the Interruption of Sovereignty: A Response to Catherine Malabou Via José Saramago's Seeing
Daniel Charles Matthews, The University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law

4. Narrative, Space and Atmosphere: A Nomospheric Inquiry into Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy 'Umbrella Movement'
Daniel Charles Matthews, The University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law

5. The Nomos of Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement
Daniel Charles Matthews, The University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law

6. A Spirit of the Common: Re-Imagining 'The Common Law' with Jean-Luc Nancy
Daniel Charles Matthews, The University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law


Vol. 7, No. 1: 17 February 2017
Table of Contents

1. 'All for Some' or 'Some for All'? Assessing the Realisation of the Right to Social Welfare in the Retirement Protection Reform in Hong Kong 
Karen Kong, The University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law 

2. Legal Origin and Corporate Governance for Chinese Family Business: Evidence in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mainland China 
Hugo Ho-Ting Chu, The University of Hong Kong - Asian Institute of International Financial Law, The University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law, University College Dublin (UCD) - Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, Hong Kong Polytechnic University - Department of Applied Social Sciences 

3. The Emergence of Transnational Environmental Law in the Anthropocene 
Jolene Lin, University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law 

4. Towards Peer Presence in Post Disaster Governance: An Empirical Study 
Shahla F. Ali, Deputy Director, Program in Arbitration & Dispute Resolution, University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law

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