December 8, 2020
The next set of Research Briefs (RBs) from the China, Law and Development (CLD) project have now been published.
These RBs, available here, have been written by invited Research Associates – a global network of early-career scholars and practitioners who are engaged in different types of work relating to the legal and regulatory dimensions of Chinese outbound capital in developing states. The latest set of Research Briefs provides snapshots of on-going work on a variety of CLD-related issues:
- “Environmental Litigation in BRI Host Countries” - Lawrence J. Liu, Yale Law School and University of California, Berkeley
- “Technology Transfer in China–Africa Trade Relations” - Justin Monsenepwo Joost, Max Planck Institute, Hamburg
- “The Digital Silk Road and China’s Role in the UN Ad Hoc Cybercrime Committee” - Jacob Skebba, Peking University
- “Hainan Free Trade Port: Concept, Challenges and Legislation” - Zhang Mujun, Renmin University of China
- “Chinese Globalism at 20: Do Reciprocity and Non-Discrimination Matter for the Determination of Market Economy Status to China under the WTO?” - Saeed Qadir, former Senior Research Officer, CAREC Institute, China
As always, the opinions expressed in the RBs represent the views of the author alone. I’m sure they would appreciate any thoughts or comments you may have (contact information is at the end of each RB).