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Title Commercial law in East Asia / edited by Roman Tomasic, Leon Wolff.

Published Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate, [2014]
©2014.

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 UniM Law  KT 4099 COMM    DUE 02-09-19 +2 RECALLED
Physical description xxxvi 525 pages. : illustrations. ; 25 cm.
Series The library of essays on law in East Asia.
Library of essays on law in East Asia.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: pt. I GENERAL ISSUES -- Rationale: What is the Importance of East Asian Commercial Law both Now and into the Future? -- 1.Richard P. Appelbaum (1998), ̀The Future of Law in a Global Economy', Social and Legal Studies, 7, pp. 171--92 -- Rule of Law: Does the Rule of Law Matter in East Asian Commercial Law? -- 2.Douglas W. Arner, Charles D. Booth, Paul Lejot and Berry F.C. Hsu (2007), ̀Property Rights, Collateral, Creditor Rights, and Insolvency in East Asia', Texas International Law Journal, 42, pp. 515--59 -- 3.Donald C. Clarke (2003), ̀Economic Development and the Rights Hypothesis: The China Problem', The American Journal of Comparative Law, 51, pp. 89--111 -- 4.John Gillespie (2009), ̀Testing the Limits to the "Rule of Law": Commercial Regulation in Vietnam', The Journal of Comparative Asian Development, 8, pp. 245--72 -- Global and Local Influences: To What Extent is Asian Commercial Law a Mix of the Global and the Local? --
Contents note continued: 5.Mohammad Rizal Salim (2006), ̀Legal Transplantation and Local Knowledge: Corporate Governance in Malaysia', Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 20, pp. 55--83 -- 6.Hwa-Jin Kim (1999), ̀Living With the IMF: A New Approach to Corporate Governance and Regulation of Financial Institutions in Korea', Berkeley Journal of International Law, 17, pp. 61--94 -- 7.Li-Wen Lin (2009), ̀Legal Transplants through Private Contracting: Codes of Vendor Conduct in Global Supply Chains as an Example', The American Journal of Comparative Law, 57, pp. 711--44 -- pt. II CASE STUDIES -- Negotiations -- 8.John A. Pearce II and Richard B. Robinson Jr (2000), ̀Cultivating Guanxi as a Foreign Investor Strategy', Business Horizons, 43, pp. 31--8 -- 9.James K. Sebenius (2002), ̀Caveats for Cross-Border Negotiators', Negotiation Journal, 18, pp. 121--33 -- Commercial Transactions --
Contents note continued: 10.Quan H. Nguyen (2007), ̀The Norms and Incentive Structures of Relational Contracting in Vietnam -- Two Surveys', Australian Journal of Asian Law, 9, pp. 44--65 -- 11.Yoshiro Miwa and J. Mark Ramseyer (2000), ̀Rethinking Relationship-Specific Investments: Subcontracting in the Japanese Automobile Industry', Michigan Law Review, 98, pp. 2636--67 -- Commercial Dispute Resolution -- 12.Saadia M. Pekkanen (2001), ̀Aggressive Legalism: The Rules of the WTO and Japan's Emerging Trade Strategy', The World Economy, 24, pp. 707--37 -- 13.Junji Nakagawa (2007), ̀No More Negotiated Deals?: Settlement of Trade and Investment Disputes in East Asia', Journal of International Economic Law, 10, pp. 837--67 -- Corporate Law and Corporate Governance -- 14.Chen Su (2009), ̀The Establishment and Development of the Chinese Economic Legal System in the Past Sixty Years', Columbia Journal of Asian Law, 23, pp. 109--36 --
Contents note continued: 15.Philip Lawton (1996), ̀Berle and Means, Corporate Governance and the Chinese Family Firm', Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 6, pp. 348--79 -- 16.Roman Tomasic (1995), ̀Company Law and the Limits of the Rule of Law in China', Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 4, pp. 470--87 -- 17.Curtis J. Milhaupt (2001), ̀Creative Norm Destruction: The Evolution of Non-legal Rules in Japanese Corporate Governance', University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 149, pp. 2083--129 -- 18.Dan W. Puchniak (2009), ̀Delusions of Hostility: The Marginal Role of Hostile Takeovers in Japanese Corporate Governance Remains Unchanged', Journal of Japanese Law, 28, pp. 89--120.
Other author Tomasic, Roman, editor.
Wolff, Leon, 1969- editor.
Subject Commercial law -- East Asia.
Australian.
ISBN 075462868X
9780754628682