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The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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James Si Zeng is Assistant Professor of law and Deputy Executive Director of the Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law (CCTL) at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He works on corporate and financial law, economic regulation, and law and economics. His scholarship has appeared or will appear in highly selective peer-reviewed journals such as the International Review of Law and Economics, American Business Law Journal, American Bankruptcy Law Journal, European Business Organization Law Review, Journal of Corporate Law Studies, Journal of Environmental Law, Peking University Law Journal(中外法学), Political Science and Law(政治与法律), and Hong Kong Law Journal, as well as leading student-edited law reviews such as the Columbia Journal of Asian Law, University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, Berkeley Business Law Journal, and Review of Banking and Financial Law. His doctoral dissertation, State Ownership as a Substitute for Costly Regulation, was supported by the Oscar M. Reubhausen Fund at Yale Law School. His research on Chinese corporate law was funded by the Early Career Scheme of the Research Grant Council of Hong Kong SAR, China.
Professor Zeng graduated from Yale Law School with an LL.M and a J.S.D. degree. Prior to that Professor Zeng graduated from Peking University (LL.B., B.A. in Economics, Mphil in Law). He passed the National Judicial Examination of China and is admitted to the New York State Bar.
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