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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Rehan Abeyratne, ‘Ordinary Wrongs as Constitutional Rights: The Public Law Model of Torts in South Asia ’ (2018) 54(1) Texas International Law Journal 1-37.
  • Rehan Abeyratne and Didon Misri, ‘Separation of Powers and the Potential for Constitutional Dialogue in India’ (2018) 5(2) Journal of International and Comparative Law 363-385.
  • Rehan Abeyratne, ‘Privileging the Powerful: Religion and Constitutional Law in India’ (2018) 13 (2) Asian Journal of Comparative Law 307-331
  • Rehan Abeyratne, ‘Uncertain Sovereignty: Ceylon as a Dominion 1948-72’ (2019) 17(4) International Journal of Constitutional Law, 1258-1282.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • Ordinary Wrongs as Constitutional Rights: The Public Law Model of Torts in South Asia’ in Research Seminar organized by Jindal Global Law School, India (2018-10).
  • Separation of Powers and the Potential for Constitutional Dialogue in India’ in NTU-CUHK Law Conference organized by National Taiwan University College of Law, Taiwan (2018-11).
  • Proportionality in Hong Kong’ in Proportionality in Asia Conference organized by Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2018-12).
  • Ordinary Wrongs as Constitutional Rights: The Public Law Model of Torts in South Asia’ in Seminar on The Rise of Constitutional Torts in Asia organized by Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust (BLAST), Bangladesh (2019-03).
  • Towering Judges in Comparative Perspective’ in Public Lecture organized by Peking University School of Transnational Law, China (2019-03).
  • Global Constitutionalism through a Regional Lens’ in Symposium on Global Constitutionalism: Asia- Pacific Perspectives organized by CUHK Faculty of Law, Hong Kong (2019-03).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Comparing Three Approaches to LGBT Rights Adjudication in Asia’ in Annual Meeting on Law and Society organized by Law and Society Association, United States of America (2019-05).
  • Towering Judges in Comparative Perspective’ in Younger Compara tivists Committee (YCC) Conference organized by American Society of Comparative Law, Canada (2019-05).
  • Comparing Three Approaches to LGBT Rights Adjudication in Asia’ in 15th Asian Law Institute Conference organized by National University of Singapore Faculty of Law, Singapore (2019-06).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Anatole Boute, Energy Security along the New Silk Road: Energy Law and Geopolitics in Central Asia (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2019) 294 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Anatole Boute, ‘The Rights of Environmental Investors: the Case of Renewable Energy’ in Sanja Bogojevic and Rosemary Rayfuse (eds), Environmental Rights in Europe and Beyond (Hart Publishing, 2018).

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Anatole Boute and Hao Zhang, ‘The Role of the Market and Traditional Regulation in Decarbonising China’s Energy Supply’ (2018) 30(2) Journal of Environmental Law 261-284.
  • Anatole Boute, ‘Freedom of Transit and Access to Gas Pipeline Networks under WTO Law’ (2018) 77(3) Cambridge Law Journal 659-661.
  • Anatole Boute, ‘Economic Statecraft and Investment Arbitration’ (2019) 40(2) University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law 383-418.
  • Anatole Boute, ‘China’s External Energy Security: Energy Trade and Investment along the Belt and Road’ (2019) 20(2-3) Journal of World Investment and Trade 195-220.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Russia’s Solar Policy: Vested Interests and Local Content Requirements’ in The Political Economy of Energy towards the Renewables organized by CUHK, Hong Kong (2018-10).
  • ‘Market stability reserves in ETS’ in Regulated Electricity Markets organized by KAS, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (2019-04).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Jaclyn Neo and Ngoc Son Bui (eds), Pluralist Constitutions in Southeast Asia (Series: Constitutionalism in Asia, Hart Publishing, United Kingdom, 2019) 312 pgs.
  • Kevin Tan and Ngoc Son Bui (eds), Constitutional Foundings in Southeast Asia (Series: Constitutionalism in Asia, Hart Publishing, United Kingdom, 2019) 352 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Ngoc Son Bui, ‘Why Do Countries Decide not to Adopt Constitutional Review ? The Case of Vietnam’ in Albert Chen and Andrew Harding (eds), Constitutional Courts in Asia: A Comparative Perspective (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2018) 335-364.
  • Ngoc Son Bui, ‘Legal Regulation of Religion in Vietnam’ in Jaclyn L. Neo, Arif A. Jamal and Daniel P. S. Goh (eds), Regulating Religion in Asia: Norms, Modes, and Challenges (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2019) 146-168.
  • Jaclyn Neo and Ngoc Son Bui, ‘Pluralist Constitutions in Southeast Asian Context’ in Jaclyn Neo and Ngoc Son Bui (eds), Pluralist Constitutions in Southeast Asia (Series: Constitutionalism in Asia, Hart Publishing, 2019) 1-23.
  • Ngoc Son Bui, ‘Constitution in Ethnically Plural Societies: Vietnam and Laos’ in Jaclyn Neo and Ngoc Son Bui (eds), Pluralist Constitutions in Southeast Asia (Series: Constitutionalism in Asia, Hart Publishing, 2019) 203-223.
  • Kevin Tan and Ngoc Son Bui, ‘Southeast Asian Constitutional Foundings: A Constitutional-History Perspective’  in Kevin Tan and Ngoc Son Bui (eds), Constitutional Foundings in Southeast Asia (Series: Constitutionalism in Asia, Hart Publishing, 2019) 1-10.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Ngoc Son Bui, ‘Economic Constitutions in the Developing World’ (2019) 12(3) Law and Development Review 669-690.
  • Ngoc Son Bui, ‘Law and Development Theory: A Dialogical Engagement’ (2019) 51(1) George Washington International Law Review 65-103.
  • Jaclyn Neo and Ngoc Son Bui, ‘Expanding the Universe of Comparative Constitutional Amendment in Southeast Asia’ (2019) 14 Journal of Comparative Law 46-55.
  • MaartjeDe Visser and Ngoc Son Bui, ‘Glocalised Constitution-making in the Twenty-first Century: Evidence from Asia’ (2019) 8(2) Global Constitutionalism297-331.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Societal Culture and the Constitution in Vietnam’ in The third Melbourne Forum on Constitution Building in Asia and the Pacific organized by International IDEA, Melbourne University’s Constitution Transformation Network, and the Centre for Policy Alternatives, Sri Lanka (2018-10).
  • ‘Case Law in A Complex Adaptive Legal System’ in Stanford 2018 International Junior Faculty Forum organized by Stanford Law School, USA (2018-10).
  • ‘Progressivism and Constitutionalism’ in Invited Seminar organized by Centre for East Asian and Comparative Philosophy, Department of Public Policy, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2018-10).
  • ‘The Constitutional System of Vietnam’ in South East Asian Perspectives on Constitutionalism organized by Thammasat University Faculty of Law, Thailand (2018-12).
  • ‘Regulatory Reform and Good Governance in Vietnam’ in ASEAN Community in the Network Model: How far is it a Common Benchmark for Contemporary Southeast Asian Laws?” organized by Nagoya University, Japan (2019-01).
  • ‘The Socialist Model of Individual Judicial Powers’ in Conference on Towering Judges organized by CUHK Faculty of Law, Hong Kong (2019-01 to 2019-02).
  • ‘International Publications on Vietnamese Law’ in Method of Scienctific Researching and International Article Publishing in Legal Field organized by Ho Chi Minh City University of Law, Vietnam (2019-05).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Subglobal Constitutionalism in Southeast Asia’ in Global Constitutionalism: Asia Pacific Perspectives organized by CUHK Faculty of Law, Hong Kong (2019-03).
  • ‘Constitutional Amendment and Democracy ‘in Faculty Research Seminar organized by CUHK Faculty of Law, Hong Kong (2019-04).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Kevin Cheng and Becky Po-Yee Leung, ‘Passing the Threshold of One Justice System to the Next: Challenges of Emerging Young Adults in Hong Kong’s Adult Criminal Justice Process’ (2018) 62(9) International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 2650-2668.
  • Kevin Cheng, Wing Hong Chui, Simon Young and Rebecca Ong, ‘Why Do Criminal Trials ‘Crack’? An Empirical Investigation of Late Guilty Pleas in Hong Kong’ (2018) 13(1) Asian Journal of Comparative Law 1-25.
  • Kevin Cheng and Becky Po-Yee Leung, ‘The Punitive Nature of Pre‐Trial Detention: Perspectives of Detainees in Hong Kong’ (2019) 58(2) The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice 143-160.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Surabhi CHOPRA, ‘Judging the Troops: Exceptional Security Measures and Judicial Impact in India’ (2019) 44(2) Law and Social Inquiry 555-585.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘The Future of Human Rights in the Context of Rising Populism’ in Workshop of the International Socio- Economic Rights Project (iSERP) organized by Free State Centre for Human Rights (FSCHR) at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, South Africa, Republic of South Africa (2019-05).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Zones of Authoritarianism: Forced Disappearances in Democratic South Asia’ in 12th Annual South Asia Legal Studies Workshop organized by University of Wisconsin Law School, USA (2018-10).
  • ‘Judging the Troops: Military Policing and Judicial Impact in India’ in 2019 Institute for Global Law and Policy Scholars Workshop organized by Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard Law School and Thailand Institute of Justice, Thailand (2019-01).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Fernando Dias Simões, ‘The Potential Role of Sustainability Impact Assessment in the EU-China BIT Negotiations’ in Julien Chaisse (ed), China-European Union Investment Relationships: Towards a New Leadership in Global Investment Governance? (Edward Elgar Publishing, United Kingdom, 2018) 69-92.
  • Fernando Dias Simões, ‘Article 26: Settlement of Disputes Between an Investor and a Contracting Party’ in Rafael Leal-Arcas (ed), Commentary on the Energy Charter Treaty (Edward Elgar Publishing, United Kingdom, 2018) 338-358.
  • Fernando Dias Simões, ‘Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection in Timor-Leste: Opportunities and Risks’ in Ip Kuai Peng, Francisco José Leandro and Danilo Afonso-Henriques (eds), The Challenges, Development, and Promise of Timor-Leste (City University of Macau, Macau, 2019) 187-204.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Fernando Dias Simões, ‘Assessing the Impact of Trade and Investment Policies: Toward an Era of ‘Enlightened’ Policymaking?’ (2019) 86(4) University of Cincinnati Law Review 1211-1250.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Fernando Dias Simões, ‘Book Review: Julien Chaisse (Ed.), Charting the Water Regulatory Future: Issues, Challenges and Directions’ (2019) 9 European Yearbook of International Economic Law 2018 515-519.
  • Fernando Dias Simões, ‘Book Review: Nationalization, Natural Resources and International Investment Law: Contractual Relationship as a Dynamic Bargaining Process, written by Junji Nakagawa’ (2019) 20(2-3) Journal of World Investment & Trade 467-471.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Should Appellate Body Members Work Full Time?’ in Workshop ‘WTO Appellate Body and Its Reform’ organized by National Taiwan University College of Law, Taipei, Taiwan (2019-01).
  • ‘Dispute Settlement in PPPs: between National Litigation and International Arbitration’ in Public-Private Partnerships Conference organized by UNCITRAL, Asian Academy of International Law, Hong Kong Department of Justice, Hong Kong (2019-01).
  • ‘Impact Assessment Studies and their Role in Attracting Foreign Investment’ in Seminar on Investment Facilitation, ‘Topical Issues in Investment Law & Investor-State Dispute Settlement’ seminar series organized by University Paris II Panthéon-Assas, France (2019-06).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Emilios Avgouleas and David C. Donald (eds), The Political Economy of Financial Regulation (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2019) 505 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • David C. Donald,  ‘Information, and the Regulation of Inefficient Markets’ in Emilios Avgouleas and David C. Donald (eds), The Political Economy of Financial Regulation (Cambridge University Press, 2019) 38-62.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Agency in Autonomous Systems for Law in AI’ in the Financial Markets: Innovation, Law, and New Ecosystems organized by University of Exeter, United Kingdom (2018-11).
  • ‘Legal Systems as Platform-Managed Norm Networks’ in International Conference on Business and Social Science organized by Higher Education Forum, Japan (2019-03).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘What FinTech, RegTech and LegalTech mean for the rule of law’ in The Fifth WINIR Conference on “Institutions and the Future of Global Capitalism” organized by World Interdisciplinary Network for Institutional Research, Hong Kong (2018-09).
  • ‘Objectivity Augmenting Autonomous Agents in Regulating FinTech’ in Asia Global Concerns, Local Perspectives organized by Kyushu University, Japan (2018-12).
  • ‘Legal Systems as Platform-Managed Norm Networks’ in International Conference on Business and Social Sciences organized by Higher Education Forum, Japan (2019-03).
  • ‘Disentangling Corporate Governance from Securities Market Imperatives’ in Trends and Challenges in Corporate Law A Comparative Perspective organized by Singapore Management University and Melbourne Law School, Singapore (2019-05).
  • ‘Legal System Network Effects and Global Legal Development’ in Asian Law Institute Sixteenth Annual Conference organized by National University of Singapore, Singapore (2019-06).
  • ‘Objectivity Augmenting Autonomous Agents’ in SASE’s 30th Anniversary Conference organized by Society for Advancement of Socio-Economics, USA (2019-06).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Bryan Druzin and Gregory Gordon, ‘Authoritarianism and the Internet’ (2018) 43(4) Law and Social Inquiry 1427- 1457.
  • Andrea K. Bjorklund and Bryan Druzin, ‘Institutional Lock-in Within the Field of Investment Arbitration’ (2018) 39(3) University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law 707-749.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Networks and Institutional Power’ (Paper presented at The 14th Annual meeting of the Asian Law and Economics Association (AsLEA), The Singapore Academy of Law, Singapore, 2018).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘The Coming Collapse of International Economic Integration’ (Paper presented at The Joint North American Conference on International Economic Law, McGill University Faculty of Law, Canada, 2018).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Sustaining Multilateral Environmental Agreements in a Period of Shifting Geopolitical Power’ (Paper presented at The 6th WOC Sustainable Ocean Summit, 2018).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Does the Return of Great-Power Rivalry mean the end of the Liberal International Economic Order?’ (Paper presented at International Law in Times of Trade Wars and Global Environmental Problems, hosted by the European Society of International Law (ESIL) Interest Group on International Environmental Law, Russia, 2018).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Using Network Effects to Strengthen International Institutions in a Time of Global Instability’ (Paper presented at European Society of International Law (ESIL) 2018 Research Forum, 2018).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘The New Peril of the Digital Age: The Internet as a Source for Abrupt Normative Change’ (Paper presented at Centre for International Law, Conflict and Crisis (CILCC), 2019).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Digital Lemmings: Internet Control and Herd Behavior’ (Paper presented at The 15th Annual meeting of the Asian Law and Economics Association (AsLEA), The Asian Law and Economics Association, Thailand, 2019).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Sustaining Multilateral Environmental Agreements in a Period of Shifting Geopolitical Power’ in The 6th WOC Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS) organized by The World Ocean Council, Hong Kong (2018-11).
  • ‘Online Communication, Cyber-speech Cascades, and Sudden Changes in Mass Behavior’ organized by The University of Copenhagen Faculty of Law, Denmark (2019-06).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Steve Gallagher, ‘The Concept of the Trust in Common Law and Civil Law and its impact on Structured Finance’ in Kingsley Ong and Low Chee Keong (eds) Structured Finance and Securitisation in Asia 2018 (Sweet & Maxwell Hong Kong, 2018) 91-112.

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Gregory Gordon, ‘Reconceptualizing the Birth of the International Criminal Case: Creating the Office of the Examining Magistrate’ in Morten Bergsmo and Carsten Stahn (eds) Quality Control in Preliminary Examination: Volume 2 (Torkel Opsahl Academic Epublisher, Brussels, 2018) 255-317.
  • Gregory Gordon, ‘Transnational Governmentality Networking: A Neo-Foucauldian Account of International Criminal Law’ in Morten Bergsmo and Emiliano J. Buis (eds) Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law: Correlating Thinkers (Torkel Opsahl Academic Epublisher, Brussels, 2018) 675-755.
  • Gregory Gordon, ‘Atrocity Speech Law Comes of Age: The Good The Bad And The Ugly Of The International Speech Crimes Jurisprudence At The Ad Hoc Tribunals’ in Michael Scharf and Milena Sterio (eds) The Legacy of Ad Hoc Tribunals in International Criminal Law (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2019) 104-160.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Bryan Druzin and Gregory Gordon, ‘Authoritarianism and the Internet’ (2018) 43(4) Law and Social Inquiry 1427- 1457.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Fair Trial Guarantees and International Criminal Justice’ in Northeast Asia Training Course for University Lecturers on International Humanitarian Law organized by International Committee for the Red Cross, Korea (2018-08).
  • ‘Individual Criminal Responsibility under Domestic and International Law’ in Northeast Asia Training Course for University Lecturers on International Humanitarian Law organized by International Committee for the Red Cross, Korea (2018-08).
  • ‘Measuring Integrity in Post-Conviction Procedures’ in Integrity in International Justice organized by International Nuremberg Principles Academy, Netherlands (2018-12).
  • ‘Concluding Remarks for the Conference’ in Integrity in International Justice organized by International Nuremberg Principles Academy, Netherlands (2018-12).
  • ‘Of Philosophers and Plumbers in International Criminal Investigation Analysis’ in Quality Control in International Criminal Investigations organized by Centre for International Law Research and Policy, India (2019-02).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Stephen Hall, Foundations of International Law (LexisNexis, Hong Kong, 4th ed, 2019).
  • Stephen Hall, Principles of International Law (LexisNexis, Sydney, 6th ed, 2019).
  • Stephen Hall, Ho & Hall’s Hong Kong Contract Law (LexisNexis, Hong Kong, 5th ed, 2019).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Michael Ramsden and Stuart Hargreaves, Hong Kong Basic Law Handbook (Sweet & Maxwell Hong Kong, 2nd ed, 2019) 750 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Stuart Hargreaves, ‘‘I’m a Creep, I’m a Weirdo’: Street Photography in the Service of the Male Gaze’ in Bryce Clayton Newell, Tjerk Timan and Bert-Jaap Koops (eds), Surveillance, Privacy and Public Space (Routledge, United Kingdom, 2018) 179-198.
  • Stuart Hargreaves, ‘APEC Cross Border Privacy Rules System’ in Christopher Anglim (ed), Privacy Rights in the Digital Age (Grey House Publishing, 2nd ed, 2019) 15-16.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Lokman Tsui and Stuart Hargreaves, ‘Who Decides What Is Personal Data? Testing the Access Principle with Telecommunication Companies and Internet Providers in Hong Kong’ (2019) 13 International Journal of Communication 1684-1698.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Stuart Hargreaves, ‘State Exploitation of Gaps in Hong Kong’s Data Protection Regime’ (Paper presented at Privacy & Media Law, Leeds School of Law, United Kingdom, 2018).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Speech Rights & Constitutional Limitations’ in Law & Society Association Annual Conference organized by Law & Society Association (2018-07).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Hui Huang, ‘China: Private Securities Litigation: Law and Practice’ in Pierre-Henri Conac and Martin Gelter (eds) Global Securities Litigation and Enforcement (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2019) 879-908.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Hui Huang, Hailong Li and Gavin Yao Lin, ‘The Anatomy of Securities Class Action in China: A Functional and Comparative Approach With the United States’ (2018) 46(4) Securities Regulation Law Journal 365-402.
  • Hui Huang and Anan Li, 《地方债务置换的法律分析:缘由、本质与风险规制 Legal Analysis of Local Debt Swaps: Origin, Nature and Risk Regulation》(2018) 2(2)《清華金融法律評論 Tsinghua Financial Law Review3-17.
  • Hui Huang,《中国股权众筹的规制逻辑和模式选择 The Regulatory Logic and Model for Equity Crowdfunding in China》(2018) 40(4)《现代法学 Modern Law Science94-109.
  • Hui Deng, Hui Huang and Qingran Wu, ‘The Regulation of Initial Coin Offerings in China: Problems, Prognoses and Prospects’ (2018) 19(3) European Business Organization Law Review 465-502.
  • Hui Huang, Yu Xiao, Hailong Li and Jiangdong Huang, ‘The Relationship between Civil Compensation, Administrative Fine and Criminal Fine’ (2018) 4Toufu Yanjiu [Investor Services Center Research]3-84.
  • Hui Huang,《网络借贷平台的风险保障金机制研究 A Study of Risk Guaranty Fund Scheme in Online Lending》(2018) 12(6)《清華法學 Tsinghua University Law Journal43-58.
  • Hui Huang,《中国金融监管体制改革的逻辑与路径:国际经验与本土选择 The Logics and Path of China’s Financial Regulatory Structure Reform: International Experiences and Local Choice》(2019) 3《法學家 The Jurist124-137.
  • Hui Huang, Jiangdong Huang, Hailong Li and Yu Xiao,《证券民事赔偿责任优先的法理逻辑与实现路径 Prioritizing Securities Civil Compensation Liability: Theoretical Logic and Practical Approach》(2019) 6《投资者 Investor45-59.
  • Hui Huang and Juan Chen, ‘The Rise of Hostile Takeovers and Defensive Measures in China: Comparative and Empirical Perspectives’ (2019) 22(2) European Business Organization Law Review 363-398.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Hui Huang, Jiangdong Huang, Hailong Li and Yu Xiao,《资本市场民事赔偿金、行政罚款与刑法罚金制度研究 The Relationship of Civil Compensation, Administrative Fine and Criminal Fine in China’s Capital Markets》(2018) 4 投服研究.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Hui Huang, ‘The (Re)introduction of Dual-Class Share Structures in Hong Kong: A Historical and Comparative Analysis’ (Paper presented at Business Transactions and Corporate Governance in Asia, Stanford Law School and NUS Law School, 2018).
  • Hui Huang, ‘Securities Markets Regulatory Cooperation between Mainland and Hong Kong’ (Paper presented at Securities Investor Protection Forum, 2018).
  • Hui Huang, ‘The New Paradigm for the Nature of Corporate Law’ (Paper presented at 第六届中国社会科学跨学科论坛 6th China Social Science Inter-disciplinary Conference, 2018).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Queenie Lai, ‘Initial Public Offerings in Hong Kong’ in Douglas Cumming and Sofia Johan (eds), The Oxford Handbook of IPOs (Oxford University Press, 2019).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Jae Woon Lee, Benoit Mayer and Joseph Wheeler, ‘Aviation and Sustainable Development: Some Perspectives from the Asia-Pacific’ in Armand LC de Mestral, P Paul Fitzgerald and Md. Tanveer Ahmad (eds), Sustainable Development, International Aviation, and Treaty Implementation (Cambridge University Press, 2018) 133-153.
  • Jae Woon Lee, ‘ASEAN Air Transport Integration and Liberalization: A Slow but Practical Model’ in Pasha L. Hsieh and Bryan Mercurio (eds), ASEAN Law in the New Regional Economic Order: Global Trends and Shifting Paradigms (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2019) 186-205.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Jae Woon Lee, ‘Airline Subsidies: Can the Law Play a Role in Regulating Them?’ (2018) 52(6) Journal of World Trade 897-915.
  • Jae Woon Lee and Xiongfeng Li, ‘Antitrust Immunity for Airline Alliances: Legal and Institutional Frameworks in China’ (2018) 2(1) China Antitrust Law Journal 1-22.
  • Jae Woon Lee and Umakanth Varottil., ‘Against Aviation Orthodoxy: India’s Foreign Investment Regime for the Airline Industry’ (2018) 44(1) Brooklyn Journal of International Law 51-108.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Strengthening the ASEAN Single Aviation Market: Implementing the AEC Blueprint 2025 for Air Transport’ in European Aviation Safety Agency Forum on Civil Aviation in South Asia organized by European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Thailand (2018-09).
  • ‘Regional Liberalization in International Air Transport’ in 2018 Shanghai Air Law Forum organized by Shanghai International Arbitration Centre & East Chinese University of Political Science and Law, China (2018-12).
  • ‘The outlook for the ASEAN Air Travel Market’ in Qatar Aviation Aeropolitical and Regulatory Summit organized by Centre For Aviation & Qatar Airways, Qatar (2019-02).
  • ‘Passenger Rights in Northeast Asia’ in European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) & ASEAN workshop on passenger protection organized by European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Lao People’s Democratic Republic (2019-04).
  • ‘Effective Legal Mechanism for Mitigating Emission from International Aviation’ in Workshop on Climate Law organized by Southwest University of Political Science, China (2019-04).
  • ‘Joint Venture Airlines in Asia: Partners with Conflicting Visions’ in ICAO Air Transport Symposium organized by International Civil Aviation Organization & Korean Ministry of Transport, Korea (2019- 05).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Airline Subsidies: Can the Law Play a Role in Regulating them?’ in The 22nd Air Transport Research Society World Conference organized by Air Transport Research Society, Korea (2018-07).
  • ‘2014 Montreal Practical: International Approach to Unruly Passengers’ in 2019 Taipei Conference Of International Air and Space Law organized by Soochow University, Taipei (2019-05).
  • ‘Cross-Border Joint Venture Airlines in Asia’ in 16th Asian Law Institute Conference organized by The National University of Singapore (2019-06).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Open Government Data Licences in the Greater China Region’ in Susan Corbett and Jessica C. Lai (eds), Making Copyright Work in the Asian Pacific: Juxtaposing Harmonisation with Flexibility (Australian National University Press, 2018) 197-225.
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Making a Database Based on the Compilations of Others Is Considered Fair Use in Taiwan’ in Kung-Chung Liu (ed), Annotated Leading Copyright Cases in Major Asian Jurisdictions (City University of Hong Kong Press, 2019) 306-319.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Tripartite Perspective on the Copyright-Sharing Economy in China’ (2019) 35(4) Computer Law and Security Review 434-452.
  • King Fung Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (2019) 59(2) Virginia Journal of International Law 220-304.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • King Fung Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (Paper presented at The 18th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, UC Berkeley School of Law, 2018).
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Machine Creativity: Artificial Intelligence Challenges to Copyright Law’ (Paper presented at The 10th IP Seminar: Intellectual Capital and Intangibles in an Innovation Century, 2018).
  • Jyh-An Lee and Yu-Hsin Lin, ‘Legal Institutions of Human Capital: Property, Contract, and Organization’ (Paper presented at The Fifth WINIR Conference: Institutions and the Future of Global Capitalism, 2018).
  • King Fung Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (Paper presented at CUHK-NTU Law Joint Conference, 2018).
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Open Government Data Licenses in the Greater China Region’ (Paper presented at The First Summit on Digital Economy and Future Rule of Law, 2018).
  • King Fung Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in Frand’ (Paper presented at 2018 Asia Pacific Colloquium of the Journal of Private International Law, 2018).
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘AI-Generated Works Under Hong Kong Law’ ‘(Paper presented at Cross-Straight Four Regions Conference on Copyright Regime, 2018).
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Paradigm Shift of Platform Copyright Strategy in China’ (Paper presented at Legal Implications of the Platform Economy, 2019).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ in Distinguished IP Speakers Series organized by Law School of Renmin University of China, China (2018-11).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • C. L. Lim, ‘Finding a Workable Balance Between Investor Protection and the Public Interest in the Trans-Pacific Partnership’ in Benedict Kingsbury, David M. Malone, Paul Mertenskötter, Richard B. Stewart, Thomas Streinz and Atsushi Sunami (eds), Megaregulation Contested (Oxford University Press, 2019) 551-571.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • C. L. Lim, ‘The Function of the Transnational Chinese Contract’ (2019) 20(2-3) Journal of World Investment and Trade 313-334.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • C. L. Lim, ‘Geneva Still Inspires? An Appellate Mechanism for Investment Treaty Arbitration’ (Paper presented at Paradise Lost or Found? The Post-WTO International Legal Order (Utopian & Dystopian Possibilities), University of Tokyo Workshop, Japan, 2019).
  • C. L. Lim, ‘Chief Justice Li & Justice Bokhary’ (Paper presented at Conference on Towering Judges, Faculty of Law CUHK, 2019).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership’ in Honorary Speaker, Asian International Arbitration Centre’s (AIAC’s) 2019 Alternative Dispute Resolution Week organized by AIAC, Malaysia (2019-06).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Permanent Investment Court (Debate Session)’ in Investor-State Dispute Settlement Reform Conference organized by Hong Kong SAR Department of Justice, Hong Kong (2019-02).
  • ‘Buckling Up for Road Bumps Ahead’ in Inaugural Investment Arbitration Moot and Seminar, Xi’an organized by China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, China (2019-02).
  • ‘How Might Contractual Forum Selection and Choice of Law Interact with Chinese Investment Treaty Protection?’ in The Belt and Road Initiative and Global Dispute Resolution organized by British Institute of International and Comparative Law, United Kingdom (2019-05).
  • ‘Reform of Investor-State Dispute Settlement (Chair)’ in Reform of Investor-State Dispute Settlement organized by Shanghai Jiaotong University, China (2019-06).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Sandra MARCO COLINO, Competition Law of the EU and UK (Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, 8th ed, 2019) 656 pgs.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Sandra Marco Colino, ‘Philips & Infineon Technologies (C-98/17 & C-99/17): The Court of Justice Reminds the General Court of the Need to Exercise Full Jurisdiction over Commission Fines’ (October 2018) Competition Policy International.
  • Sandra Marco Colino, ‘A History of Competition: The Impact of Antitrust on Hong Kong’s Telecommunications Markets’ (2019) 29(3) Fordham Intellectual Property Media and Entertainment Law Journal 931-969.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Welcome Address’ in Antitrust in Asia: One Size Fits All? organized by Hong Kong Competition Association, Sorbonne University, ESSEC Business School, Concurrences, Hong Kong (2019-05).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Vertical Relationships between Businesses: Challenges in the Global Supply Chain’ in EU Competition Day organized by Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, Austria (2018-09).
  • ‘State Aid: The EU Commission’s Tax Rulings’ in International Antitrust Symposium organized by UNCTAD & China University of Political Science and Law, China (2018-09).
  • ‘Hong Kong’s Leniency Policy’’ in Leniency Policies in Asia organized by Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan (2018-10).
  • ‘The Great Repeal Illusion: The Impact of Brexit on Parliamentary­ Sovereignty and on the Future of EU Law’ in 16th Biennial Conference of the European Union Studies Association organized by European Union Studies Association, USA (2019-05).
  • ‘Fairness Considerations in Competition Law’ in Challenges to the Assumptions at the Basis of Competition Law, 14th Annual Conference organized by Academic Society for Competition Law, France (2019-06).

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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘The Global Diaspora of the English Judges’ Rules’ in Legal Histories of Empire: Perspectives from the Colonized organized by Professors Shaunnagh Dorsett and David Williams, The University of the West Indies, Barbados (2018-07).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Benoit Mayer, The International Law on Climate Change (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2019) 332 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Jae Woon Lee, Benoit Mayer and Joseph Wheeler, ‘Aviation and Sustainable Development: Some Perspectives from the Asia-Pacific’ in Armand LC de Mestral, P Paul Fitzgerald and Md. Tanveer Ahmad (eds), Sustainable Development, International Aviation, and Treaty Implementation (Cambridge University Press, 2018) 133-153.
  • Reinhard Mechler, Elisa Calliari, Laurens M. Bouwer, Thomas Schinko, Swenja Surminski, JoAnne Linnerooth- Bayer, Jeroen Aerts, Wouter Botzen, Emily Boyd, Natalie Delia Deckard, Jan S. Fuglestvedt, Mikel González-Eguino, Marjolijn Haasnoot, John Handmer, Masroora Haque, Alison Heslin, Stefan Hochrainer-Stigler, Christian Huggel, Saleemul Huq, Rachel James, Richard G. Jones, Sirkku Juhola, Adriana Keating, Stefan Kienberger, Sönke Kreft, Onno Kuik, Mia Landauer, Finn Laurien, Judy Lawrence, Ana Lopez, Wei Liu, Piotr Magnuszewski, Anil Markandya, Benoit Mayer et al, ‘Science for Loss and Damage. Findings and Propositions’ in R. Mechler, L. Bouwer, Th. Schinko, S. Surminski, J. Linnerooth-Bayer (eds), Loss and Damage from Climate Change: Concepts, Methods and Policy Options (Springer, 2019) 3-37.
  • Florentina Simlinger and Benoit Mayer, ‘Legal Responses to Climate Change Induced Loss and Damage’ in R. Mechler, L. Bouwer, Th. Schinko, S. Surminski, J. Linnerooth-Bayer (eds), Loss and Damage from Climate Change: Concepts, Methods and Policy Options (Springer, 2019) 179-204.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Benoit Mayer, ‘The Critical Functions of Scholarship in Climate Law’ (2018) 8(3-4) Climate Law 151-160.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Obligations of Conduct in the International Law on Climate Change: A Defence’ (2018) 27(2) Review of European Comparative and International Environmental Law 130-140.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘International law obligations arising in relation to Nationally Determined Contributions’ (2018) 7(2) Transnational Environmental Law 251-275.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘The Place of Customary Norms in Climate Law: A Reply to Zahar’ (2018) 8(3-4) Climate Law 261- 278.
  • Benoit Mayer, Ben Boer and Tianbao Qin, ‘Editorial’ (2018) 2(1) Chinese Journal of Environmental Law 1-3.
  • Benoit Mayer, Ben Boer and Tianbao Qin, ‘Editorial’ (2018) 2(2) Chinese Journal of Environmental Law 127-129.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘The State of the Netherlands v. Urgenda Foundation: Ruling of the Court of Appeal of The Hague (9 October 2018)’ (2019) 8(1) Transnational Environmental Law 167-192.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Climate Assessment as an Emerging Obligation under Customary International Law’ (2019) 68(2) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 271-308.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Environmental Assessments in the Context of Climate Change: The Role of the UN Economic Commission for Europe’ (2019) 28(1) Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law 82- 93.
  • Benoit Mayer and Lan Wu, ‘The Environmental Impact Assessment Ordinance: Two Decades, No Change’ (2019) Hong Kong Lawyer 44-49.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Regulating Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage: Existing and Emerging Principles’ (Paper presented at IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Colloquium: The Transformation of Environmental Law and Governance, Innovation, Risk and Resilience, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom 2018).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘The Urgenda case’ (Paper presented at Launch of EU Climate Diplomacy (Stephen Minas and Vassilis Ntousas eds., Routledge), 2018.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Rethinking Reparations in the Context of Climate Change’ (Paper presented at Workshop on Rethinking Reparations in International Law, Cambridge University, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, United Kingdom, 2018).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Overview of The Legal and Policy Architecture Regarding Climate-Induced Displacement’ (Paper presented at Climate Induced Migration and Displacement Conference, Yale University MacMillan Center, USA, 2018).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Regulating Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage: Existing and Emerging Principles’ (Paper presented at Storm on the Planet: Thinking Law and Politics of Geoengineering, NETs and Environmental Engineering in the Age of the Anthropocene, University of Rennes 1, France, 2018).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Environmental Impact Assessment as a Tool for Climate Change Mitigation: An Emerging Norm’ (Paper presented at Workshop on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement: Opportunities and Challenges for International Environmental Law and Politics, Sun-Yat Set University School of Law, China, 2018).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Interpreting States’ General Obligations on Climate Change Mitigation: a Methodological Review’ (Paper presented at IV Tarragona International Environmental Law Colloquium (TIEC), on New Trends in Environmental Litigation: Issues of Theory and Practice, Terragona University, Spain, 2019).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘The Transparency Framework Post-Katowice’ (Paper presented at Workshop on the Paris Rulebook, by National University of Singapore, Asia-Pacific Center for Environmental Law, Singapore, 2019).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘The International Law on Climate Change: The Dearth of Critical Scholarship’ in Third World Approaches of International Law Conference organized by National University of Singapore (2018-07).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Pasha Hsieh and Bryan Mercurio (eds), ASEAN Law in the New Regional Economic Order: Global Trends and Shifting Paradigms (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2019) 380 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Pasha Hsieh and Bryan Mercurio, ‘ASEAN Law in the New Regional Economic Order: An Introductory Roadmap to the ASEAN Economic Community’ in Pasha Hsieh and Bryan Mercurio (eds), ASEAN Law in the New Regional Economic Order: Global Trends and Shifting Paradigms (Cambridge University Press, 2019) 3-21.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Moving toward Liberalization: the ATISA and Beyond’ in Pasha Hsieh and Bryan Mercurio (eds), ASEAN Law in the New Regional Economic Order: Global Trends and Shifting Paradigms (Cambridge University Press, 2019) 85-110.
  • Pasha Hsieh and Bryan Mercurio, ‘Conclusion: Realizing the AEC Blueprint 2025’ in Pasha Hsieh and Bryan Mercurio (eds), ASEAN Law in the New Regional Economic Order: Global Trends and Shifting Paradigms (Cambridge University Press, 2019) 415-420.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Kyle Dylan Dickson-Smith and Bryan Mercurio, ‘Australia’s Position on Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Fruit of a Poisonous Tree or a Few Rotten Apples?’ (2018) 40(2) Sydney Law Review 213-254.
  • Antoine P Martin and Bryan Mercurio, ‘Towards a Convergenc
  • e of Trade and Investment Law? A Right to Take Prudential Measures for the Preservation of Financial Stability’ (2018) 51(3) International Lawyer 553-586.
  • Bryan Mercurio and Dini Sejko, ‘Holes in the Silk: Investor Protection under China’s Belt and Road Initiative’ (2019) 14(5) Global Trade and Customs Journal 251-258.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘A limping WTO affects small countries like Singapore’, The Business Times (Singapore) 18 September 2018.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘G-Zero World and Trade: A Return to Bilateralism and Self-Interest’ in Distinguished Lecture Series organized by East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore (2018-12).
  • ‘Capital Controls and the Clash of International Economic Law’ in Distinguished Speaker Series organized by Melbourne Law School, hosted by Global Economic Law Network, Australia (2019-05).
  • ‘Reading the Tea Leaves: Bilateral Trade Negotiations between the United States and China’ in Keynote Address organized by International Christian University, Japan (2019-06).
  • ‘The Development of a Global ASEAN and the New Regional Economic Order’ in Keynote Address organized by International Christian University, Japan (2019-06).
  • ‘G-Zero World and Trade: A Return to Bilateralism and Self-Interest’ in Keynote Address organized by International Christian University, Japan (2019-06).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Is Tobacco Killing Common Sense in Trade and Investment Agreements?’ in 6th Biennial Conference of the Society of International Economic Law organized by Society of International Economic Law, United States of America (2018-07).
  • ‘Middle Powers in a G-Zero World: Caught in the Middle or Opportunity Knocking’ in WTO, International Economic Law and Emerging Challenges – Asia Pacific Perspective organized by Asia WTO Research Network Annual Conference and UNSW Faculty of Law, Australia (2018-08).
  • ‘Plain Packaging and Brand Restrictions: The Convergence of Trade, Investment and Intellectual Property Rights’ in CUHK and NTU Joint Conference organized by National Taiwan University, Taiwan (2018-11).
  • ‘The Impact of Academic Teaching and Research on Policymaking’ in First IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia Conference organized by IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia Conference, Malaysia (2019-01 to 2019-02).
  • ‘Keep Calm and Carry On: Counter-intuitive Lessons from the Jurisprudence on Fair and Equitable Treatment and Intellectual Property Rights’ in First IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia Conference organized by IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia Conference, Malaysia (2019-01 to 2019-02).
  • ‘A World Without the WTO’ in Asian Trade Summit 2019 organized by The Economist, Hong Kong (2019-02).
  • ‘Intellectual Property and Trade’ in Program on international trade training for journalists organized by National Press Foundation and Hinrich Foundation, Hong Kong (2019-06).
  • ‘Built on a Weak Foundation: The Legal Uncertainties Facing Investors Along the Belt and Road’ in 16th Conference of the Asian Law Institute organized by National University of Singapore, Singapore (2019- 06).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • John Pratt and Michelle Miao, ‘From Protecting Individual Rights to Protecting The Public: The Changing Parameters of Populist-Driven Criminal Law and Penal Policy’ in G. Fitzi, J. Mackert and B. S. Turner (eds), Populism and the Crisis of Democracy. Volume 2: Politics, Social Movements and Extremism (Routledge, United Kiingdom 2018) 47-63.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Michelle Miao, ‘Defining Death-eligible Murder in China’ (2019) 67(2) American Journal of Comparative Law 327-382.
  • John Pratt and Michelle Miao, ‘Risk, Populism and Criminal Law’ (2019) 22(4) New Criminal Law Review 391-433.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Michelle Miao, ‘Authoritarian Trade-off: Regulating P2P Platforms through the Criminal Process’ (Paper presented at Tsinghua-Chicago Young Scholar Forum, Tsinghua University & Chicago University Law School, China, 2019).
  • Michelle Miao, ‘Criminal Law as a Regulatory Tool: Governing the Platform Economy in China’ (Paper presented at 16th ASLI Annual Meeting, National University Singapore, Singapore, 2019).
  • Michelle Miao, ‘Exploring the Socio-economic Roots of Sexual Offenders in China’ (Paper presented at 2019 Annual General Conference of the European China Law Studies Association, 2019).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Platform Economy, Risk and Law’ in INET Young Scholars Initiative Workshop on ‘Finance, Law and Economics in East Asia’ organized by WINIR & Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2018- 09).
  • ‘Populism in the Shadow of Pro‐Democratization Trends’ in Successful Cities – Crises of Citizenship? International Conference of the Centre for Citizenship, Social Pluralism and Religious Diversity organized by University of Potsdam, Germany (2018-09).
  • ‘Drawing the Line between Life and Death’ in Asian Law Center Guest Speaker organized by Melbourne Law School, Australia (2018-11).
  • ‘Regulating Sharing Economy in China’ in NTU-CUHK Joint Faculty Forum organized by National University Taiwan, Taiwan (2018-11).
  • ‘Rethinking Risk and Criminal Law’ in Risk and Criminal Justice Symposium organized by Wellington University, Victoria, New Zealand (2018-11 to 2018-12).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Civil Juries in China – An Empirical Study; Pre-industrial Society in China and England’ in Law and Society Annual Meeting organized by Law and Society Association, USA (2019-05 to 2019-06).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Ryan Mitchell, ‘Hegemony in a Multipolar World Order: Global Constitutionalism and the Großraum’ (2019) Jus Cogens.
  • Ryan Mitchell, ‘International Law as a Coercive Order: Hans Kelsen and the Transformations of Sanction’ (2019) 29(2) Indiana International & Comparative Law Review 245-302.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Invited to Serve as Commentator / Respondent’ in International Criminal Court: Challenges for Global Justice in the Asian Context organized by Singapore Management University, Faculty of Law, Singapore (2018-10).
  • ‘China’s ‘Community of Common Destiny’: A New World Order?’ in Invited Lecture at Institute of East Asian Studies, University of Cologne organized by Institute of East Asian Studies, University of Cologne, Germany (2019-05).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘The Exemplary ‘Other’ in the Origins of International Law and Sovereign Power’ in Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL) organized by National University of Singapore, Singapore (2018-07).
  • ‘Human Rights and the Regulation of Legal Status’ in Human Rights at Crossroads: From 1948 to 2018 and Beyond organized by Human Rights Law and Policy Forum (HRLF) of the Law School of City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2018-12).
  • ‘Hegemony and Fate: The Origins and Impact of China’s ‘Community of Common Destiny’ Concept’ in Redistributive Human Rights? organized by UNSW Sydney, Australia (2019-01 to 2019-02).
  • ‘International Law as a Coercive Order: Hans Kelsen and the Transformations of Sanction’ in The Fight Against Trans-Boundary International Crime: Approaches, Methods, and Solutions organized by Indiana Journal of International and Comparative Law, USA (2019-03).
  • ‘International Rule of Law and the Problem of Legal Sanction: War and the Zwangsordnung’ in The Rule of Law and International Law in Historical Perspective organized by 2019 ESIL Research Forum Interest Group, Germany (2019-04).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Noam Noked, ‘FATCA, CRS, and the Wrong Choice of Who to Regulate’ (2018) 22(1) Florida Tax Review 77-119.
  • Noam Noked, ‘The Future of Voluntary Disclosure’ (2018) 160(6) Tax Notes 783-792.
  • Noam Noked, ‘Tax Evasion and Incomplete Tax Transparency’ (2018) 7(3) Laws: Special Issue on International Tax Law and Policy 1-15.
  • Noam Noked, ‘Designing R&D Incentives in Hong Kong’ (2019) 14(1) University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review 41-62.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘FATCA, CRS, and the Wrong Choice of Who to Regulate’ in Annual conference of the Asian Law & Economics Association organized by Asian Law & Economics Association, Singapore (2018-08).
  • Panel member, sessions titled ‘AEOI/CRS/FATCA/Beneficial Ownership registers – is anything still confidential?’ and ‘OECD mandatory disclosure rules and DAC6’ in TEI Tax Summit 2018 organized by Tax Executive Institute, Hong Kong (2018-12).
  • Panel member, sessions titled ‘Economic substance legislation and impact on wealth planning structures’ and ‘Compliance breakdown: AML, Avoidance and transparency’ in Annual Asia Pacific Wealth Management Conference organized by Baker McKenzie, Hong Kong (2019-05).
  • ‘From Tax Competition to Subsidy Competition’ in Annual Conference of the Asian Law Institute organized by Asian Law Institute, Singapore (2019-06).
  • ‘From Tax Competition to Subsidy Competition’ in Sixth International Roundtable on Taxation and Tax Policy organized by Netanya School of Law, Israel (2019-06).
  • ‘From Tax Competition to Subsidy Competition’ in Annual conference of the Asian Law & Economics Association organized by Asian Law & Economics Association, Thailand (2019-06).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Michael Ramsden, Hectar Pun, Ann Lui and Brendan Clift, The Hong Kong Anti-Discrimination Ordinances: Commentary and Annotations (Sweet & Maxwell Hong Kong, 2nd ed, 2018) 650 pgs.
  • Michael Ramsden and Stuart Hargreaves, Hong Kong Basic Law Handbook (Sweet & Maxwell Hong Kong, 2nd ed, 2019) 750 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Bombardment’ in Dražan Djukić and Niccolò Pons (eds), The Companion to International Humanitarian Law (Brill, 2018)218-221.
  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Common Article 1’ in Dražan Djukić and Niccolò Pons (eds), The Companion to International Humanitarian Law (Brill, 2018)252-254.
  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Economic Warfare’ in Dražan Djukić and Niccolò Pons (eds), The Companion to International Humanitarian Law (Brill, 2018)315-317.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Dualism in the Basic Law: The First 20 Years’ (2019) 49(1) Hong Kong Law Journal 239-263.
  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Immigration Judicial Review in Hong Kong: The Developing Legal Framework’ (2019) 33(2) Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 177-195.

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Samuli Seppänen, ‘Performative Uses of Sovereignty in the Belt and Road Initiative’ in Yun Zhao (ed), International Governance and the Rule of Law in China under the Belt and Road Initiative (Cambridge University Press, 2018) 32-56.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Samuli Seppänen, ‘Anti-formalism and the Preordained Birth of Chinese Jurisprudence’ (2018) 4 China Perspectives 31-38.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Samuli Seppänen, ‘Human Rights in China: A Social Practice in the Shadows of Authoritarianism, by Eva Pils’ (2019) 81 The China Journal 183-185.
  • Samuli Seppänen, ‘International Law and Economic Development’ Oxford Bibliographies (Oxford University Press, 2019).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Chinese Legal Development Assistance: An Ideological Challenge?’ in Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL) Conference 2018 organized by NUS, Singapore (2018-07).
  • ‘Anti-formalism and the Preordained Birth of Chinese Jurisprudence’ in CUHK and NTU Joint Conference, organized by National Taiwan University, Taiwan (2018-11).
  • ‘Round and about the Political: Intraparty Regulations and China’s Changing Party-State Relations’ in Recent Constitutional Developments in China organized by Oxford University, United Kingdom (2018- 11).
  • ‘Layers of Legal Formalism and Anti-formalism in the Chinese Communist Party’s Governance Project’ in Global Constitutionalism: Asia-Pacific Perspectives organized by The CUHK, Hong Kong (2019-03).
  • ‘Chinese Legal Thought and the World: Reversing the Global Flow of Knowledge’ in invited talk organized by Tsinghua University, China (2019-06).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Dicky Tsang, ‘CISG in China: Observations on Choice of Law Issues’ in Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit and Sai Ramani Garimella (eds) Contracts for the International Sale of Goods: A multidisciplinary Perspective (Sweet & Maxwell Hong Kong, 2019).

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Dicky Tsang, ‘Enforcement of Foreign Commercial Judgments in China’ (2018) 14(2) Journal of Private International Law 262-249. pgs.
  • Dicky Tsang, ‘Bilateral Treaty on Mutual Enforcement of Judgments between Japan and China: A Discussion of Legal Structure’ (2019) 47 Hitotsubashi Journal of Law and Politics 31-44.
  • Dicky Tsang, ‘China’s Rule of Law from a Private International Law Perspective’ (2019) 47 Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 104-161.
  • Dicky Tsang, ‘International Multiple Derivative Actions’ (2019) 52(1) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 75-120.
  • King Fung Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (2019) 59(2) Virginia Journal of International Law 220-304.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Dicky Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (Paper presented at The 18th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, UC Berkeley School of Law, 2018).
  • Dicky Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (Paper presented at CUHK-NTU Law Joint Conference, CUHK and NTU, Taiwan, 2018).
  • Dicky Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (Paper presented at 2018 Asia Pacific Colloquium of the Journal of Private International Law, Doshisha University, Japan, 2018).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ organized by Academia Sinica, Taiwan (2018-07).

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KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Rechtliche Aspekte der Neuen Seidenstrassen Initiative (Legal Aspects of the New Silk Road Initiative)’ in Annual Conference of the German-Chinese Lawyers’ Association organized by German Chinese Lawyers’ Association, Germany (2018-09).
  • ‘China’s Outbound Investment Regime(s)’ in Round-table on China’s Outbound Activities organized by LKI Institute, Colombo, Sri Lanka (2018-09).
  • ‘China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ Initiative’ organized by University of Milan, Faculty of Law, Italy (2018-09).
  • ‘Offshore Holdings as Structuring Tools in International Business Transactions’ in RPg Lecture organized by University of Macau, Faculty of Law, Macau (2019-03).
  • ‘Special Purpose Vehicles in International Financial Transactions’ in Conference on International Financial Law organized by Ocean University of Taiwan, Taiwan (2019-03).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘OBG Ltd v Allan – The Property Law Perspective’ in Torts Conference organized by Obligations Group Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia (2018-12).
  • ‘China’s Belt and Road Initiative: End or New Beginning of the Rule of Law Doctrine?’ in 16th Asian Law Instituted Conference organized by Asian Law Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore (2019-06).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Chao Xi, ‘CSRC Enforcement of Securities Laws: Preliminary Empirical Findings’ in Sean Griffith, Jessica Erickson, David H. Webber and Verity Winship (eds) Research Handbook on Representative Shareholder Litigation (Edward Elgar, 2018) 513-528.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Chao Xi, Ning Cao and Haochuan Gong,《‘旋转门’ 影响证券监管执法吗? The Revolving Door: Does it Have an Impact on Public Securities Enforcement?》(2018) 12(4)《清華法學 Tsinghua University Law Journal》7-22.
  • Björn Ahl, Lidong Cai, and Chao Xi, ‘Data-Driven Approaches to Studying Chinese Judicial Practice: Opportunities, Challenges, and Issues’ (2019) 19(2)  The China Review 1-14.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Chao Xi and Sirui Han,《Final Report on ‘Venture Capital: International Legislative and Regulatory Experience’》(2018) Commissioned by PRC statutory body Asset Management Association of China.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Chao Xi, ‘Investor-State Arbitration and the Belt and Road Investment: More Risks, Less Protection?’ (Paper presented at Annual UK-China Rule of Law Roundtable 2018: The Future of Commercial Dispute Resolution organised by the Great Britain China Centre and China Law Society, 2018).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Shareholder Activism Going Global? An Empirical Assessment of the Case of China’ (Paper presented at Seminar on Shareholder Activism organised by Tilburg University Law School, 2018).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Investing in a ‘Minefield’? Shareholder Voting in Chinese Securities Markets’ (Paper presented at Public Lecture organised by the King’s College London Dickson Poon School of Law, 2018).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Do Shareholders Care about Their Rights?’ (Paper presented at Public Lecture organised by the Fudan University Law School, 2018).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Corporate Democracy? Theories, Myths and Realities’ (Paper presented at 2018 Annual Conference on Quantitative Empirical Legal Research organised by the Shanghai Jiao’tong University Law School, 2018).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Sleeping, Awakening or Colluding? An Empirical Study on Shareholder Voting in Chinese A-Share Markets’ (Paper presented at Public Lecture organised by China Renmin University Law School, 2018).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Making Private Securities Enforcement Work for Institutional Investors? Evidence from China’ (Paper presented at The Second Symposium on Big Data and Judicial Studies organised by Jilin University Law School, 2018).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Making Private Securities Enforcement Work for Institutional Investors? Evidence from China’ (Paper presented at Fifth Corporate & Securities Litigation Workshop organised by the University of Richmond Law School, 2018).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Negotiations in the Shadow of Shareholder Activism’ (Paper presented at Conference on Advances in Comparative and Transnational ADR: Research into Practice organised by HKU Law Faculty, 2019).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Institutional Investor Stewardship: An Illusion?’ (Paper presented at 7th International Law & Economics Conference: Law and Economics at Its Crossroad organised by CUPL School of Law and Economics, 2019).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • James Zeng, ‘State Ownership and Regulatory Costs: A Law and Economic Explanation for the Prevalence of State-Owned Enterprises in China’ (2019) 31(1) Columbia Journal of Asian Law 1-71.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Shareholder Liability of Financial Institutions’ in 金融法治的安全保障 organized by Peking University Law School, China (2018-12).
  •  ‘Legal Personality and the Rule of Debts-Follow-Assets in China’ in Second Annual Chicago-Tsinghua Young Faculty Forum in Law and Social Science organized by Chicago Law School and Tsinghua University, China (2019-06).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Anatole Boute and Hao Zhang, ‘The Role of the Market and Traditional Regulation in Decarbonising China’s Energy Supply’ (2018) 30(2) Journal of Environmental Law 261-284.
  • Fan Yang, Ting Zhang and Hao Zhang, ‘Adjudicating Environmental Tort Cases in China: Burden of Proof, Causation, and Insights from 513 Court Decisions’ (2018) 21(2) Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 171-189.
  • Hao Zhang, ‘Implementing Provisions on Climate Finance Under the Paris Agreement’ (2019) 9(1) Climate Law 21-39.
  • Hao Zhang, ‘The Carbon Externality of Investments Financed by China’s Development Banks: The Case of Energy Investments in Central Asia’ (2019) 20(2-3) Journal of World Investment and Trade 335-354.
  • Hao Zhang, ‘Antinomic policy-making under the fragmented authoritarianism: Regulating China’s electricity sector through the energy-climate-environment dimension’ (2019) 128 Energy Policy 162-169.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Hao Zhang, ‘Regulating Green Bond in China: Definitional Divergence and Implications for Policy Making’ (Paper presented at Scaling up Green Finance in Asia: The Role of Policies and Regulations, 2019).
  • Hao Zhang, ‘Low Carbon Aspect of the Belt and Road Initiative’ (Paper presented at Legal Complexities Along the Belt and Road Initiative, 2019).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Regulating Green Bond in China: Definitional Divergence and Implications for Policy Making’ in Scaling up Green Finance in Asia: The Role of Policies and Regulations organized by Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore (2019-04).
  • ‘Low Carbon Aspect of the Belt and Road Initiative’ in Legal Complexities Along the Belt and Road Initiative organized by Faculty of Law, Lund University, Sweden (2019-05).

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CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Regulatory Control of Environmental Risks of CCS in China’ (Paper presented at 2018 IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Colloquium: The Transformation of Environmental Law and Governance — Innovation, Risk and Resilience, IUCN Academy of Environmental Law and University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom, 2018).
  • Yuhong Zhao, ‘China’s Approach to Circular Economy’ (Paper presented at Conference on Rethinking Property Approaches in Resources for the Circular Economy, Coventry University, United Kingdom, 2019).