Edited by Thomas Eger, Michael Faure and Zhang Naigen
This book comprises contributions on recent developments in China from a law and economics perspective. For the first time Chinese and European scholars jointly discuss some important attributes of China’s legal and economic system, and some recent problems, from this particular viewpoint.
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- Economic Analysis of Law in China
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- Chapter 1: A Comparison of Chinese and European-Style Federalism from a Law and Economics Perspective
- Chapter 2: The Road to Efficient Taxation in China
- Chapter 3: Legal Pluralism in the Governance of Transitional China
- Chapter 4: The Economics of Competition Policy and the Draft of the Chinese
- Chapter 5: The Law and Economics of Professional Regulation: What Does the Theory Teach China?
- Chapter 6: Regulatory Arrangements and Incentives for Opportunistic Behaviour
- Chapter 7: Special Treatment (ST) Firms and Administrative Governance of Capital Markets in China
- Chapter 8: Monitoring Problems versus Fiduciary Duties in Chinese Stock Companies: An Economic and Comparative Analysis on Corporate Governance
- Chapter 9: The Stable Self-Enforcement and Distribution of Property Right: The Right to Virtual Property in MMORPG
- Chapter 10: Intellectual Property Law and Policy and Economic Development with Special Reference to China
- Chapter 11: Economic Analysis of Compensation for Oil Pollution Damage in China
- Chapter 12: Conclusions
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