SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • 黃怡美, ‘平等機會委員會及婦女事務委員會的角色與限制’ 蔡玉萍, 張妙清主編, 她者香港女性的現況與挑戰 (香港特別行政區:商務印書館(香港)有限公司, 2013) 243-263.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Amy Barrow, ‘Women, Peace and Security: Mainstreaming Gender in Transitional Justice Processes’ in Lisa Yarwood (Ed) Women and Transitional Justice: The Experience of Women as Participants, Practitioners and Protagonists in Transitional Justice Processes, Routledge: 2013.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Amy Barrow, ‘Book Review: The ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights: Institutionalising Human Rights in Southeast Asia’ (2014) 4(1)Asian Journal of International Law228-230.
  • Amy Barrow, ‘Book Review: China’s Legal System’ (2014) 13(1)Asian Anthropology82-84.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Implementing International Norms: The Development of National Action Plans on Women, Peace and Security in Asia in Gender, Violence and the State in Asia organized by Centre for Rights and Justice (2014-05)
  • The Role of Socio-Legal Education in Fostering Public Interested Lawyers in the Hong Kong Context in Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK organized by Socio Legal Studies Association (2014-04)
  • The Global Politics of 1325: A Cross-Cutting Norm on Gender Invited Discussant in International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada organized by International Studies Association (2014-03)
  • The Individual, the Community and the Law: Integrating Socio-Legal Studies into the Study of the Law in Teaching and Learning Innovation Expo 2013 organized by CLEAR, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2013-12)

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Wing Hong Chui and Kevin Cheng, ‘Chinese Migrants’ Perceptions of the Queensland Criminal Justice System’ (2014) 12(1) Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice 25-43.
  • Wing Hong Chui and Kevin Cheng, ‘Criminal Sentiments and Behaviours among Young People in Hong Kong’ (2014) International Journal of Adolescence and Youth 1-13.
  • Wing Hong Chui, Kevin Cheng and Rebecca Ong, ‘Exploration of the Community Attitude toward Sex Offender Scale in a Chinese Cultural Context’ (2014) 9(1) Asian Journal of Criminology 37-48.
  • Wing Hong Chui and Kevin Cheng, ‘A Comparison of Attitudes Toward Prisoners of Religious and Non-Religious College Students in Hong Kong’ (2014) International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 1-13.
  • Wing Hong Chui and Kevin Cheng, ‘Challenges Facing Young Men Returning from Incarceration in Hong Kong’ (2014) 53(4) The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice 411-427.
  • Kevin Cheng, ‘The Practice and Justifications of Plea Bargaining by Hong Kong Criminal Defence Lawyers’ (2014) 1(2) Asian Journal of Law and Society 395-412.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Surabhi Chopra, ‘National Security Laws in India: the Unraveling of Constitutional Constraints’ (2012) 16(1) Oregon Review of International Law 88 pgs.

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • David C. Donald, A Financial Centre for Two Empires: Hong Kong’s Corporate, Securities and Tax Laws in its Transition from Britain to China (Cambridge, United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press, 2014) 292 pgs.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Martin Doris, ‘Promising Options, Dead Ends and the Reform of Australian Contract Law’ (2014) 34(1) Legal Studies 24.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Martin Doris, ‘Book Review: The New York Convention: A Commentary’ (2014) 17(2) Vindobona Journal of International Commercial Law and Arbitration 113.
  • Martin Doris, ‘Book Review: ‘International Sales Law’ (2013) 16 (1) Vindobona Journal of International Commercial Law and Arbitration 113.
  • Martin Doris, ‘Book Review: ‘EU Contract Law – Exploring Europeanisation’ (2013) 33 (3) Legal Studies 501.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Digital Content Contracts and the Consumer Interest’, Distinguished Lecture organized by the Vienna E-Center for the Study of Internet, IT Law and E-Commerce, April 2014.
  • ‘Arbitration in Hong Kong and the Wider Asian Context’, BCL/MJur Distinguished Lecture Series on Arbitration organized by the Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Moderator, ‘Cooperation in Protecting and Developing IP and Brands: The Current Situation and the Future Trends’, 2013 IP Hong Kong-EU Series organized by the European Union Academic Programme, September 2013.
  • Chair and Discussant, ‘Trends in International Arbitration’ by Mr. Christopher To, Seminar Series of the CUHK Mediation Institute, September 2013.
  • The Development of Online Mediation Services and the current application of the Mediation Ordinance’, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and JMHO annual mediation conference, December 2013.
  • Chair and Discussant, ‘Culture, Business Negotiation and Mediation’ by Mr. Danny McFadden’, Seminar Series of the CUHK Mediation Institute, April 2014.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Bryan Howard Druzin, ‘Opening the Machinery of Private Order: Public International Law as a Form of Private Ordering’ (2014) 58 Saint Louis University Law Journal 423 pgs.
  • Bryan Howard Druzin, ‘Planting Seeds of Order: How the State can Create, Shape, and Use Customary Law’ (2014) 28 Brigham Young University Journal of Public Law 373 pgs.
  • Bryan Howard Druzin, ‘Anarchy, Order, and Trade: A Structuralist Account of why a Global Commercial Legal Order is Emerging’ (2014) 47 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1049 pgs.
  • Bryan Howard Druzin, ‘Restraining the Hand of Law: A Conceptual Framework to Shrink the Size of Law’ (2014) 117 W. Virginia Law Review 100 pgs.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Bryan Howard Druzin, ‘Book Review: Towards a Chinese Civil Code: Comparative and Historical Perspectives’ (2014) 44 Hong Kong Law Journal 345 pgs.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • The parched Earth of Cooperation: Solving the Tragedy of the Commons in Global Water Conservation in Globalization of Water Services International Rules and Challenges organized by Maastricht University in Brussels (June 2014)
  • Anarchy, Order, and Trade: A partial Account of why a global, unified Commercial Legal Order is emerging in Asian Conference on Politics, Economy and Law (ACPEL), Osaka, Japan organized by ACPEL (November 2013)

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Steven Brian Gallagher, Equity and the Law of Trusts: Centuries in the Making (Bromley: Gallagher & Blake, 2013) 501 pgs.
  • Steven Brian Gallagher, Equity and the Law of Trusts in Hong Kong  (Hong Kong: s.n., 2014) 488 pgs.
  • Steven Brian Gallagher, Equity and the Law of Trusts in Hong Kong (Hong Kong: s.n., 2012) 408 pgs.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Steven Brian Gallagher, ‘Trust in HK: Changes to Trust Law have Mainland Appeal’ (2013) China Business Law Journal 14-25.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Steven Brian Gallagher, ‘Changes to Hong Kong’s Statutory Law of Trusts’ (Paper presented at the Department of the Treasury, the Department of Justice, Hong Kong, February 2014).
  • Steven Brian Gallagher, ‘Protecting the Underwater Culturla Heritage in the Waters Surrounding Hong Kong’ (Paper presented at Asia Pacific UWCH UNESCO, Hawaii, May 2014).

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Steven Brian Gallagher, ‘Targeting buyers of illegal ivory could hit trade where it hurts’, South China Morning Post (online, Hong Kong), 17 September, 2013.
  • Steven Brian Gallagher, ‘Quistclose Trust Helps Lenders Protect Loans to Failing Firms’, South China Morning Post (online, Hong Kong), 17 December, 2013.
  • Steven Brian Gallagher, ‘Hong Kong’s Role in Looting: The Uncomfortable Truth’, South China Morning Post (online, Hong Kong), 4 February, 2014.
  • Steven Brian Gallagher, ‘Both City and Nation Must Preserve Cantonese Language’, South China Morning Post (online, Hong Kong), 29 April, 2014.

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Stephen Hall, Ho & Hall’s Hong Kong Contract Law (Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR: LexisNexis Butterworths, 3rd ed, 2013) 911 pgs.
  • Stephen Hall,Principles of International Law (Sydney, Australia: LexisNexis, Butterworths, 4th ed, 2014) 835 pgs.

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CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Stuart Andrew Hargreaves, ‘The Unequal Gaze of Commercial Street Surveillance’ (Paper presented at Technology, Law, & the Public Interest, Law & Technology Centre, University of Hong Kong,  Hong Kong, 10 April 2014).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • The Unequal Gaze of Commercial Street Surveillance in Technology, Law, and the Public Interest organized by Faculty of Law, HKU (2014-04)

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Hui Huang, ‘Private Enforcement of Securities Law in China: A Ten-year Retrospective and Empirical Assessment’ (2013) 61(4) American Journal of Comparative Law 757-798.
  • Hui Huang, ‘Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Governance: A Chinese Perspective’ (2013) (5) Journal of Comparative Law 61-76.
  • Hui Huang, ‘Securities Misrepresentation Compensation Regime in China: Empirical Findings and Reform Proposals’ (2013) (9) Securities Law Review 967-995.
  • Hui Huang, ‘The Use of Empirical Legal Research Methodologies in China’ (2013) 6 Chinese Journal of Law 15.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Nina Jørgensen, ‘In Anticipation of “Liberal Democracy”: The Abolition of the Death Penalty in Cambodia’ in Madoka Futamura and Nadia Bernaz (eds), The Politics of the Death Penalty in Countries in Transition (Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2014) 68-91.
  • Nina Jørgensen, ‘On “Being Concerned in Crime”: Embryonic Joint Criminal Enterprise?’ in Suzannah Linton (ed), Hong Kong’s War Crimes Trials (Oxford, United Kingdom, Oxford University Press, 1st ed, 2013) 137-167.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Nina Jørgensen, ‘Lawyer Independence in Criminal Proceedings: A Most Professional Virtue’ (2014) 17(1) Legal Ethics 55-78.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • Characterization and Re-Characterization of Sexual Violence Offences in International Criminal Law in Invited Guest Lecture organized by Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Phnom Penh (2014-06)

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Queenie Lai, ‘Volume I: Company Formation’ in Tyler Elg, Stefan HC Lo (eds), The New Companies Ordinance (Cap 622) (Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR: LexisNexis, 2014) 241 pgs.

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CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPER

  • Michael Lower, ‘An End to the Battle for Control of the Law Degree?’ (Paper presented at WG Hart Legal Workshop, 23 June 2014).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Luke Marsh, Michael Ramsden and Christopher Young (eds), Legal Education in Hong Kong: A History of Reform inShuvro Prosun Sarker(ed) Legal Education in Asia (Eleven International publishing, 1st ed, 2013).
  • Mike McConville and Luke Marsh (eds), Criminal Judges: Legitimacy, Courts and State-Induced Guilty Pleas in Britain (Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 1st ed, 2014) 298 pgs.
  • Hectar Pun, Ann Lui, Luke Marsh and Michael Ramsden (eds), The Hong Kong Anti-discrimination Ordinances: Commentary and Annotations (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2013) 900 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Luke Marsh, ‘Safety Arm Construction’ in Justice Bokhary NPJ, Michael Blanchflower SC, I. Grenville Cross SSB (eds), Archbold Hong Kong: Criminal Law, Pleading, Evidence and Practice 2013 (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell/Thomson Reuters, 2012).

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘The ‘Right to Work’ of Refugees in Hong Kong: MA v Director of Immigration’ (2013) 25(3) International Journal of Refugee Law 574-596.
  • Luke Marsh and Michael Ramsden, ‘Fostering Civic Engagement in Legal Education: Observations from Hong Kong’ (2014) 1(1) Asian Journal of Legal Education 57-65.
  • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘Using Clinical Education to Innovate the Law Curriculum and Address an Unmet Legal Need: A Hong Kong Perspective’ (2014) 63(3) Journal of Legal Education.
  • Luke Marsh, ‘Justice from Afar: Taking Off the Blindfold’ (2014) Archbold News Hong Kong.
  • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘Refugees in Hong Kong: Developing the Legal Framework for Socio-Economic Rights Protection’ (2014) 14(2) Human Rights Law Review 267-299.
  • Luke Marsh, ‘Setting Aside the Innocent: Plea Bargaining in Hong Kong’ (2014) Archbold News Hong Kong.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Giving Back to the Community – Addressing Hong Kong’s unmet legal need in Faculty of Law Seminar organized by Faculty of Law, CUHK (2009-09 to Present)

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Bryan Mercurio and Marcus Krajewski (eds),< The Regulation of Services and Intellectual Property< (Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2013) 528 pgs.
  • Bryan Mercurio and Kuei-jung Ni (eds),< Science and Technology in International Economic Law: Balancing Competing Interests< (Oxford, United Kingdom, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2013) 296 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘International Business Transactions: The Law of the World Trade Organization’ in The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG (ed),< The Laws of Australia (Sydney, Australia: Thomson Reuters, 2nd ed, 2013) 1001-1082.
  • Arno Hold and Bryan Mercurio (eds), ‘After the Second Extension of the Transition Period for LDCs: How Can the WTO Gradually Integrate the Poorest Countries into TRIPS?’,< Science and Technology in International Economic Law: Balancing Competing Interests< (Oxford, United Kingdom: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group, 2013) 260-290.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Public Health Law Case Study: Plain Packaging of Tobacco Products’ in Siân M. Griffiths, Jin Ling Tang and Eng Kiong Yeoh (eds),< Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health in Asia< (Oxford, United Kingdom: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 1st ed, 2014) 512-521.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Potential Failure to Game Changer’ (2013) 14(1)< AIIA Policy Commentary< 21-30.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement: Ambitious Aims vs Political Reality’ (2013) 3(2)< KLRI Journal of Law and Legislation< 315-343.
  • Bryan Mercurio and Daria Kim, ‘Patently Lacking: An Analysis and Call for Systemic Review of Pharmaceutical Law and Policy – A Case Study of in Hong Kong’ (2014) 9(1)< Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy< 63-122.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Reassessing the relationship between TRIPS and Innovation’ (Paper presented at E15 meeting on ‘Trade and Innovation’ Geneva, Switzerland, 3 October 2013).
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Need to Modernize the WTO Agreements in Light of Climate Change and 21st Century Realities’ (Paper presented at NTHU Trade Policy Research Forum: Climate Change, Energy Resources and International Economic Law Hsin Chu, Taiwan, Institute of Law for Science & Technology of the National Tsing Hua University, 5 December 2013).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • Re-Evaluating Intellectual Property Rights in the World Trade Organization in Distinguished Lecture Series organized by Global Economic Law Network, the Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation and the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (2014-06)

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Michael Ramsden and Newton Mak (eds),< ‘Education’< Halsbury’s Laws of Hong Kong< (2013) 10(1) 300 pgs.
  • Hectar Pun, Ann Lui, Michael Ramsden (eds),< The< Hong Kong Anti-discrimination Ordinances : Commentary and Annotations< (Hong Kong : Sweet & Maxwell/Thomson Reuters, 2013) 900pgs.
  • Swati Jhaveri, Michael Ramsden, Anne Scully-Hill (eds),< Hong Kong Administrative Law< (Hong Kong SAR: Lexis Nexis Butterworths, 2nd ed, 2013) 606 pgs.
  • Luke Marsh, Michael Ramsden and Christopher Young, ‘Legal Education in Hong Kong: A History of Reform’ in< Shuvro Prosun Sarker(ed),< Legal Education in Asia< (Eleven International publishing, 1st ed, 2013).

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘The ‘Right to Work’ of Refugees in Hong Kong: MA v Director of Immigration’ (2013) 25(3)< International Journal of Refugee Law< 574-596.
  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Using International Law in Hong Kong Courts: An Examination of Non- Refoulement Litigation’ (2013) 42(4)< Common Law World Review< 351 pgs.
  • Luke Marsh and Michael Ramsden, ‘Fostering Civic Engagement in Legal Education: Observations from Hong Kong’ (2014) 1(1)< Asian Journal of Legal Education< 57-65.
  • Tomas Hamilton and Michael Ramsden, ‘The Politicisation of Hybrid Courts: Observations from the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia’ (2014) 14(1)< International Criminal Law Review< 115-147.
  • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘Using Clinical Education to Innovate the Law Curriculum and Address an Unmet Legal Need: A Hong Kong Perspective’ (2014) 63(3)< Journal of Legal Education.
  • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘Refugees in Hong Kong: Developing the Legal Framework for Socio-Economic Rights Protection’ (2014) 14(2)< Human Rights Law Review< 267-299.
  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Reviewing the United Kingdom’s ICCPR Immigration Reservation in Hong Kong Courts’ (2014) 62(3)< International and comparative law quarterly< 25 pgs.

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Swati Jhaveri, Michael Ramsden, Anne Scully-Hill,< Hong Kong Administrative Law< (Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR: Lexis Nexis Butterworths, 2nd ed, 2013) 606 pgs.
  • Anne Scully-Hill, ‘Reforming Hong Kong Family Law: Still More To Do’ in Bill Atkin and Fareda Banda (eds),< International Survey of Family Law< (United Kingdom, Jordans Publishing, 2014).

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Anne Scully-Hill, ‘Children and International Human Rights Law: The Right of the Child to be Heard’ (2014) 44(22)< Hong Kong Law Journal.
  • Anne Scully-Hill, ‘Overcoming Obstacles to the Reform of Child Custody Laws: Integrating the Conceptual and the Practical’ (2014) 44(2)< Hong Kong Law.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Samuli Seppänen, ‘Ideological Renawal and Nostalgia in China’s “Avant-garde” Legal Scholarship’ (2014) 13(1) Washington University Global Studies Law Review 83-125.

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CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘Learning without Teaching?’ (Paper presented at the CUHK Teaching and Learning Innovation ExPo, Hong Kong, 5 December 2013).
  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘To Tweet or Not to Tweet: Keeping Students Engaged and Off Social Media during Class’ (Paper presented at the International Trademark Association Annual Meeting 2014, Hong Kong, 12 May 2014).
  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘The Use of Offshore Holdings for Investments in Asia’ (Paper presented at 11th ASLI Conference, Kuala Lumpur, 30 May 2014).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Chao Xi, ‘From Rule-Taker to Rule-Maker: China’s Changing Roles in Global Banking Regulation’ in Friedl Weiss and Armin J. Kammel (eds), The Changing Landscape of Global Financial Governance and the Role of Soft Law< (Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2015) 312-336.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Shanmin Li, Chao Xi and Ziqiang Wan, ‘Ralls Corporation v Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States: National Security Review in the United States and its Implications for China’ (2014) 54< Journal of Sun Yat-Sen University (Social Science Edition)< 199-208.
  • XI Chao, ‘Domestic Politics as International Norms: China’s Changing Roles in International Banking Regulation’ (2014) 30< Banking and Finance Law Review< 69-88.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Chao Xi, ‘CNOOC’s Acquisition of Nexen: M&A Planning Matters'< China Legal Daily< (China), March 2014.
  • Chao Xi, ‘Ralls Corporation vs CFIUS: A Milestone in China’s Outbound Investments in the US?'< China Legal Daily< (China), March  2014.
  • Chao Xi, ‘Book Review: Towards a Chinese Civil Code: Comparative and Historical Perspectives’ (2013) 14(3)< European Business Organization Law Review< 465-467.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Yan Xu, ‘Land Tax without Land and Land without Land Tax: A History of Land in China’ in John Tiley (ed), Studies in The History of Tax Law (Oxford, Portland, or.: Hart, 2013) 523-556

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Yan Xu, ‘The Application of General Anti-tax Avoidance Rules in Hong Kong’ (2013) 4< International Taxation in China< 18-23.
  • Bill Butcher and Yan Xu, ‘Chinese Cooperatives and Environmental Social Responsibility’ (2014) 47(4)< The< Chinese Economy< 63-80.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Yan Xu, ‘Tax Dispute Resolution, Judiciary Independence and Property Rights’ (Paper presented at University of Chicago Law School 2013 Summer Institute for Law and Economics, the University of Chicago Law School, United States of America, 16 July  2013) 19pgs.
  • Yan Xu, ‘The Politics of Environmental Taxation: an Ongoing Game in China’ (Paper presented at the 14th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, Kyoto University, 17 October 2013) 17 pgs.
  • Yan Xu, ‘Protecting the Right to Housing: Real Estate Tax and Urbanisation’ (Paper presented at the 4th Cross-Strait Administrative Law Conference, Taiwan Administrative Law Association, 19 October 2013) 10 pgs.
  • Yan Xu, ‘Principles of Hong Kong Taxation Law: Challenges and Prospects’ (Paper presented at Taiwan Donghai University Company and Financial Law Conference, 15 November 2013) 19 pgs.
  • Yan Xu, ‘Tax Development and Institutional Changes’ (Paper presented at the Harvard Law School Institute for Global Law and Policy Workshop 2014, Harvard Law School, 3 January 2014) 30 pgs.
  • Yan Xu, ‘The Impact of International Tax Development on Hong Kong’ (Paper presented at National Taiwan University,  School of Law, 23 May 2014) 17 pgs.
  • Yan Xu, ‘A Historical Account of Taxes on Goods and Services in Post-Socialist China’ (Paper presented at the Cambridge History of Tax Law Conference 2014, University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law, United Kingdom, 30 June 2014) 26 pgs.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • The Impact of International Tax Development on Hong Kong in Invited Lecture organized by National Taiwan University School of Law (2014-05)
  • Principles of Hong Kong Taxation Law: Challenges and Prospects in Invited conference presentation organized by Taiwan Tunghai University Company and Financial Law Conference (2013-11)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • A Historical Account of Taxes on Goods and Services in Post-Socialist China in Cambridge History of Tax Law Conference 2014 organized by University of Cambridge Faculty of Law (2014-06 to 2014-07)
  • Tax Development and Institutional Changes in Harvard Law School Institute for Global Law andPolicy Workshop organized by Harvard Law School (2014-01)
  • Protecting the Right to Housing: Real Estate Tax and Urbanization in The 4th Cross-Strait Administrative Law Conference organized by Taiwan Administrative Law Association (2013-10)
  • The Politics of Environmental Taxation: an Ongoing Game in China in The 14th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation organized by Kyoto University (2013-10)
  • Tax Dispute Resolution, Judiciary Independence and Property Rights in 2013 Summer Institute for Law and Economics Workshop organized by University of Chicago Law School (2013-07)

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Environmental NGOs and Sustainable Development in China’ in Robert V. Percival,  Jolene Lin and William Piermattei (eds), Global Environmental Law at a Crossroads (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2014) 63-80.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Mitigating Climate Change in China — From Commitments to Action’ (2013) 25 Environmental Law and Management 88-92.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Mitigating Climate Change — From Commitments to Action’ (Paper presented at the Conference on The Next 25 Years: The Future for Environmental Law, UK Environmental Law Association, Cambridge, UK, 12 July 2013).
  • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Innovative Measures to Improve Environmental Law Enforcement’ (Paper presented at the ECLS Conference on New Approaches and New Questions in Chinese Law, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies and Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 19 September 2013) 12 pgs.
  • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Abatement of Emissions for a Sustainable Future — Revisiting the Carbon Tax in China’ (Paper presented at the 14th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, University of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan, 17 October 2013) 13 pgs.
  • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Effective Regulation and Environmental Information Disclosure — Air Pollution Control in Beijing’ (Paper presented at the International Conference on Sustainable Development and Environmental Participation, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, 23 June 2014) 14 pgs.

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • Effective Regulation and Environmental Informational Disclosure – Air Pollution Control in Beijing in International Conference on Sustainable Development and Environmental Participation organized by Zhejiang University (2014-06)
    • Abatement of Emissions for a Sustainable Future — Revisiting Carbon Tax in China in 14th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation organized by University of Kyoto (2013-10)
    • Innovative Measures to Improve Environmental Law Enforcement in ECLS Conference on New Approaches and New Questions in Chinese Law organized by ECLS, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies and Faculty of Law, University of Oxford (2013-09)
    • Mitigating Climate Change — From Commitments to Action Plans in The Next 25 Years: The Future for Environmental Law organized by UK Environmental Law Association and University of Cambridge (2013-07)