Dr Xue (Sophia) Bai has been co-awarded the Concurrences 2022 PhD. Award for her research on the ‘Reform of Chinese State-Owned Enterprises: What China Can Learn from the Practice of Competitive Neutrality Policy in Australia.’
CIBEL member Dr Jonathan Bonnitcha and co-author Emma Aisbett have won the 2021 Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL) John H. Jackson Prize for their article on ‘A Pareto-Improving Compensation Rule for Investment Treaties.’
A recent co-authored article by Associate Professor Weihuan Zhou is one of the first systemic studies of China’s policy and legal responses to security-related actions and disputes in the international trade regime.
Many countries have imposed extensive sanctions on Russia following its invasion of Ukraine. CIBEL held a virtual roundtable in May to discuss the impact of these restrictions on businesses both in Australia and worldwide.
The day is coming – some say has already arrived – when artificial intelligence starts to invent things that its human creators could not. But our laws are lagging behind this technology, UNSW experts say.