Professor Deborah Healey (Co-Director)

Book Chapters

  1. Deborah Healey, ‘State Restraints in China:  a Different Case?’ (with Professor Eleanor Fox) (accepted 2017, in press, Concurrences New York)
  2. Deborah Healey, ‘Mergers with Conditions in China: Caution, Control or Industrial Policy’ in C Picker, L Toohey and J Greenacre (eds), China in the International Economic Order: New Directions and Changing Paradigms (New York, Cambridge University Press, 2015) 245-267.
  3. Deborah Healey, "Mergers with Conditions in China: Caution, Control or Industrial Policy", in Picker, Toohey & Greenacre (eds), China in the International Economic Order: New Directions and Changing Paradigms (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015) 245-267.
  4. Deborah Healey, China’s Anti-Monopoly Law: Agent of Competition or Engine of Industrial Policy?  Comments on paper of Professor Wang and Jessica Su in R.Zimmer, Goals of Competition Law, 2012, Edward Elgar 398-408.
  5. Deborah Healey, A comparative look at the competition law control of state-owned enterprises and government in China in J. Drexl, More Common Ground for International Competition Law, 2012 Edward Elgar 122-148.

Journal articles

  1. Deborah Healey, Zhang Chenying and Jack Coles, ‘Sustaining the Status Quo: The Use of Conditions in Chinese Merger Clearance’ (2017) 10 Tsinghua China Law Review.
  2. Deborah Healey and Zhang Chenying, ‘Bank Mergers in China: What Role for Competition?’ (2017) 12 (1) Asian Journal of Comparative Law 81.
  3. Deborah Healey, Mergers in China: What's the Story? (2014) 88 Australian Law Journal 92.

In the Media

  1. Deborah Healey, 'Competition law issues around merger involving Arnotts Biscuits', Interviewed by Helen Wellings on 19 March 2019, Channel 7 News. 

Associate Professor Heng Wang (Co-Director)

Books 

  1. Colin Picker, Heng Wang and Weihuan Zhou (eds), The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: A 21st Century Model (Oxford; Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2018).

Book Chapters

  1. Heng Wang, ‘Building Towards the RCEP? Reflections on the ASEAN-China FTA in ASEAN Law’ in Paisha L. Hsieh and Bryan Mercurio (eds), The New Regional Economic Order: Global Trends and Shifting Paradigms (Cambridge University Press, 2019 forthcoming). SSRN
  2. Heng Wang, “The Legal Issues of RCEP Investment Rules: A Sino-ASEAN Perspective” in Trade & Economic Integration: South Asia, South East Asia and Asia Pacific (Deeparghya Mukherjee ed), Routledge UK (2019).
  3. Heng Wang, “The RCEP Investment Rules and China: Learning from the Malleability of Chinese FTAs”, in China's International Investment Strategy-- Bilateral, Regional, and Global Law and Policy (Julien Chaisse ed.), Oxford University Press (2019).
  4. Heng Wang, ‘An Analytical Introduction to the ChAFTA: Features and Challenges’ in Colin Picker, Heng Wang and Weihuan Zhou (eds), The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: A 21st Century Model (Oxford; Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2018).
  5. Heng Wang, ‘The Asian Perspective on SMEs in International Trade Law’ in Thilo Rensmann (ed), Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in International Economic Law(Oxford University Press, 2017).
  6. Heng Wang, ‘The Differences Between China’s Recent FTA and the TPP’ in Julien Chaisse, Henry Gao and Chang-fa Lo (eds), Paradigm Shift in International Economic Law Rule-Making (Springer, 2017).
  7. Heng Wang, ‘Subsidies Issues in Renewable Energy Trade’, in M Matsushita and T Schoenbaum (eds), Emerging Issues in Sustainable Development: International Trade Law and Policy Relating to Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment (Springer, 2016).
  8. Heng Wang, ‘The Interpretation of WTO Services Schedules’ in Guohua Yang, Jun Feng, Xiaoli Shi (eds), The Future of the WTO (Shanghai People’s Press 2016).
  9. Heng Wang, ‘The Asian Perspective on SMEs in International Trade Law: Opportunities and Challenges Arising from the TPP’, in T Rensmann (ed), Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in International Economic Law (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2017)
  10. Heng Wang, ‘Subsidies Issues in Renewable Energy Trade’, in M Matsushita and T Schoenbaum (eds), Emerging Issues in Sustainable Development: International Trade Law and Policy Relating to Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment (Springer, 2016). 
  11. Heng Wang, “Enhancing Business Participation in Trade Policy-making: Lessons from China”, in Debra Steger (ed) Redesigning the World Trade Organization for the Twenty-First Century (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2010), 257-284.
  12. Heng Wang, “The WTO, Carbon Finance, and China: Does International Cooperation in Carbon Financial Regulation Need to be Strengthened?” in Joost Pauwelyn (ed)Global Challenges at the Intersection of Trade, Energy and the Environment (Geneva: Centre for Trade and Economic Integration, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, and London: Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2010), 165-174.
  13. Heng Wang, ‘The Implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership for SMEs: Opportunities and Challenges’, KLRI Journal of Law and Legislation, Vol. 6, No. 1 (2016), pp. 45-82. SSRN

Journal articles

  1. Heng Wang, “The Future of Deep Free Trade Agreements: The Convergence of TPP (and CPTPP) and CETA?”, Journal of World Trade, Volume 53, Issue 2 (2019). SSRN
  2. Heng Wang, “China’s Approach to the Belt and Road Initiative:? Scope, Character and Sustainability”, Journal of International Economic Law, Volume 22, Issue 1 (2019).
  3. Heng Wang and Zhenyu Xiao, “China’s Free Trade Agreement Approach to Intellectual Property”, Law Science, (Fa Xue, published by East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai), Volume 2019, Issue 2 (In Chinese, 2019).
  4. Junfang Xi, Weihuan Zhou, Heng Wang, The Impact of the ChinaAustralia Free Trade Agreement on Australia's Education Exports to China: A Legal and Economic Assessment, The World Economy, Vol. 41, Issue 12 (2018).
  5. Heng Wang, “How May China Respond to the U.S. Trade Approach? Retaliatory, Inclusive and Regulatory Responses, Columbia Journal of Asian Law, Volume 31, Number 2 (forthcoming). SSRN
  6. Heng Wang, Divergence, Convergence or Crossvergence of Chinese and US Approaches to Regional Integration: Evolving Trajectories and Their Implications,  Tsinghua China Law Review, Vol. 10, No. 2, 2018, 149-185 SSRN
  7. Heng Wang, ‘The RCEP and Its Investment Rules: Learning from Past Chinese FTAs’ (2017) 3 (2) Chinese Journal of Global Governance 160, 160-181.
  8. Heng Wang, ‘The Implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership for SMEs: Opportunities and Challenges’ (2016) 6 (1) KLRI Journal of Law and Legislation, (Korean Legislation Research Institution) 45, 45-82. SSRN
  9. Heng Wang, ‘The Challenges of China's Recent FTAs: An Anatomy of the China-Korea FTA’ (2016) 50 (3) Journal of World Trade. SSRN
  10. Heng Wang, ‘The Features of China’s Recent FTA and Their Implications: An Anatomy of the China-Korea FTA’ (2016) 11 (1) Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy. SSRN
  11. Heng Wang, The Challenges of China's Recent FTAs: An Anatomy of the China-Korea FTA, Journal of World Trade, Vol. 50, No. 3 (2016), pp. 417–446. SSRN 
  12. Heng Wang, “The Interpretation of GATS Disciplines on Economic Integration: GATS Commitments as a Threshold?”, Journal of World Trade, Vol. 46, No. 2, 2012, 397–438. SSRN
  13. Heng Wang and Guoliang Wang, “On British Depositor Protection Scheme Reform in the Post-Financial Crisis Era: Perfection of China’s Depositor Protection System”, Contemporary Law Review, 2012 (2), 136-140

Scientia Professor Ross Buckley

Books 

  1. J Barberis, RP Buckley and D Arner, (eds), The RegTech Book: The Financial Technology Handbook for Investors, Entrepreneurs and Visionaries in Regulation, John Wiley & Sons, forthcoming November, 2018, in press.

  2. RP Buckley, D Arner, and E Avgouleas, (eds), Reconceptualising Global Finance and Its Regulation, Cambridge University Press, New York, 2016, 1-467.

  3. RP Buckley & D Arner, From Crisis to Crisis: The Global Financial System and Regulatory Failure, Kluwer Law International, The Hague, 2011, 1-360. Translated into Chinese and re-published by China University of Political Science and Law Press (CUPL Press), Beijing, 2016.

  4. RP Buckley, Debt-for-development Exchanges: History & New Applications, Cambridge University Press, New York, 2011, 1-325 (Wrote one-half the book, authoring ten and co-authoring two of its 22 chapters – and edited the balance).

    • Reviewed by I.Y. Teniola in (2014) 3 Global Journal of Comparative Law 135.

  5. RP Buckley, R Hu and D Arner (eds), East Asian Integration: Finance, Law and Trade, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2011.

Book Chapters

  1. DW Arner, RP Buckley, DA Zetzsche, B Zhao, A Didenko, C-Y Park and E Pashoska, “Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain and ICOs: Policy and Regulatory Challenges of Distributed Ledger Technology and Digital Assets in Asia”, forthcoming in Brummer (ed), Cryptoassets: Legal and Economic Perspectives, Oxford University Press, 2019.
  2. DW Arner, DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & JN Barberis, “FinTech to TechFin: the regulation of data-driven finance”, forthcoming in Madir (ed), FinTech: Law and Regulation, Edward Elgar, 2019.
  3. DW Arner, RP Buckley, DA Zetzsche & A Didenko, “A Comparative Analysis of the Liabilities Associated with Distributed Ledgers” forthcoming in Madir (ed), FinTech: Law and Regulation, Edward Elgar, 2019.
  4. DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & DW Arner, “FinTech for Financial Inclusion: Driving Sustainable Growth”, forthcoming in J Walker, Pekmezovic & G Walker (eds), Sustainable Development: Harnessing Business to Achieve the SDG’s through Financing, Technology and Innovation, Wiley, 2019, accepted Dec 18, 2019, in press.
  5. RP Buckley, E Avgouleas and DW Arner, “Three Major Financial Crises:  What Have We Learned?”, forthcoming in Schwarcz, Avgouleas, Busch & Arner (eds), Systemic Risk in the Financial Sector: Ten Years after the Global Financial Crisis, CIGI Press, 2019, accepted Aug 14, 2018,in press.
  6. DW Arner, RP Buckley & DA Zetzsche, “FinTech, RegTech and Systemic Risk: The Rise of Global Technology Risk”, forthcoming, in Schwarcz, Avgouleas, Busch & Arner (eds), Systemic Risk in the Financial Sector: Ten Years after the Global Financial Crisis, CIGI Press, 2019, accepted Aug 14, 2018.
  7. W Zhou, DW Arner and RP Buckley, ‘Regulating FinTech in China: From Permissive to Balanced’in Lee & Deng (eds), Handbook of Digital Finance and Financial Inclusion Vol II: ChinaTech, Mobile Security, Distributed Ledger, and Blockchain, (Elsevier, 2017).
  8. Weihuan Zhou, Douglas Arner and Ross Buckley, ‘Regulating FinTech in China: from Permissive to Balanced’ in Lee and Deng (eds), Handbook of Digital Finance and Financial Inclusion: ChinaTech, Mobile Security, Distributed Ledger, and Blockchain (II) (California: Elsevier, 2017) 45.
  9. RP Buckley, ‘From regional fragmentation to coherence: a way forward for East Asia’, in Mercurio & Lim (eds), International Economic Law after the Crisis: A Tale of Fragmented Disciplines, (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2015).
  10. RP Buckley, ‘Negotiating the International Economic Legal Order: Who Has Done Best, China or the West?’, in C Picker, L Toohey & J Greenacre (eds), China in the International Economic Order: New Directions and Changing Paradigms (New York, Cambridge University Press, 2015).
  11. Ross Buckley and Weihuan Zhou, ‘China’s Negotiation of the International Economic Legal Order’ in Picker, Toohey & Greenacre (eds), China in the International Economic Order: New Directions and Changing Paradigms (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015) 151.
  12. Ross Buckley and Weihuan Zhou, “China's Negotiation of the International Economic Legal Order”, in Picker, Toohey & Greenacre (eds), China in the International Economic Order: New Directions and Changing Paradigms (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015) 151-169.
  13. RP Buckley, “From regional fragmentation to coherence: a way forward for East Asia”, in Mercurio & Lim (eds), International Economic Law after the Crisis: A Tale of Fragmented Disciplines, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015) 107-133.
  14. RP Buckley, “The Rise of China and its Impact on International Economic Governance”, in Maguire, Lewis & Sampford (eds), Shifting Global Powers and International Law: Challenges and Opportunities, (Oxford: Routledge, 2013) 50 – 63.
  15. RP Buckley, “East Asian financial integration; a road ahead”, in Nakagawa (ed), Multilateralism and Regionalism in Global Economic Governance: Trade, Investment and Finance, (Oxford: Routledge, 2011)70-81.
  16. RP Buckley, “Financial Sector Levies and Taxes: Critical Choices for China Domestically and in the G20”, in Nakagawa (ed), China and Global Governance, ISS Research Series No. 45, (Tokyo: University of Tokyo, 2011) 47-68

Journal articles

  1. L Malady, RP Buckley, A Didenko and CY Tsang, “A Regulatory Diagnostic Toolkit for Digital Financial Services in Emerging Markets”, forthcoming (2019) Banking and Finance Law Review, accepted August 4, 2018, in press.
  2. A Didenko, DA Zetzsche, DW Arner & RP Buckley, "After Bitcoin: Central Bank-Linked Crypto Currencies”, forthcoming special issue of the European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance, accepted Sept 28, 2018, in press.
  3. DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley, DW Arner & L Fohr, "The ICO Gold Rush: It’s a Scam, It’s a Bubble, It’s a Super Challenge for Regulators", forthcoming (2019) Harvard International Law Journal, accepted April 18, 2018, in press. SSRN
  4. A Didenko & RP Buckley, “The Evolution of Currency: From Cash to Cryptos to Sovereign Digital Currencies”, forthcoming (2018) Fordham International Law Journal Vol 42, accepted August 25, 2018.
  5. DW Arner, DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & JN Barberis, “The Identity Challenge in Finance: From Analogue Identity to Digitized Identification to Digital KYC Utilities”, forthcoming (2018) Vol 19 (2) European Business Organisation Law Review, accepted July 25, 2018, in pressSSRN
  6. W Zhou, D Arner and RP Buckley, ‘Regulation of Digital Financial Services in China: Last Mover Advantage’ (2015) 8 (1) Tsinghua China Law Review 25, 25-62.
  7. Weihuan Zhou, Douglas Arner and Ross Buckley, ‘Regulation of Digital Financial Services in China: Last Mover Advantage’ (2015) 8 (1) Tsinghua China Law Review 25.
  8. RP Buckley, “How East Asia Could Amplify Its Voice in Global Economic Governance”, Vol XXXVII No 1  Boston College International and Comparative Law Review¸Winter 2014, 19-51.
  9. Ross Buckley and Weihuan Zhou, “Navigating Adroitly: China’s Interaction with the Global Trade, Investment, and Financial Regimes” (2013)9(1) University of Pennsylvania East Asia Law Review 1-40.
  10. RP Buckley, “The Economic Policies of China, India and the Washington Consensus: An Enlightening Comparison”, 2010, 27 Wisconsin International Law Journal 707-726.

Associate Professor Xiao-chuan Xeng

Book Chapters

  1. Xiaochuan Weng, ‘The Melting Glacier: An Introduction to Chinese Takeover Regulations’ in the book of POREEN Project by European Union, 2018.

Journal articles

  1. Xiaochuan Weng, ‘Do Auctions Matter? Assessing the Chinese Auction Promotion Institution of Takeover Law’ (forthcoming 2018) Tsinghua China Law Review. 
  2. Xiaochuan Weng, ‘Inside or Outside the Corporate Law Box? Shareholder Primacy and Corporate Social Responsibility in China’ (2018) 18 (1) European Business Organization Law Review 155, 155–191.
  3. Xiaochuan Weng, ‘The Honoré-Waldron Thesis: A Comparison of the Blend of Ideal-Typic Categories of Property in American, Chinese and Australian Law’ with P. Babie & J. Orth, (2017) 94 Tulane Law Review.
  4. Xiaochuan Weng, ‘Does the Housing Market and Absence of Consumer Bankruptcy Protection Make Interpretation (III) of the Chinese Marriage Law Beneficial to Women, Not Men?’ with C. Watters, (2016) Property Law Journal.
  5. Xiaochuan Weng, ‘Assessing the Efficiency of Chinese Insider Trading Administrative Sanctions with Empirical Data (2000-2013)’ (2016) 10 Asian Journal of Comparative Law.
  6. Xiaochuan Weng and Jingwei Jia, "Assessing the Efficiency of Chinese Insider Trading Administrative Sanctions with Empirical Data (2000-2013)", Asian Journal of Comparative Law (forthcoming).

Associate Professor Alexandra George

Journal articles

  1. Alexandra George, “Transcending Territoriality: International Cooperation and Harmonization in Intellectual Property Enforcement & Dispute Resolution” (2018) 10 Tsinghua China Law Review, pp.225-273.

Dr Weihuan Zhou

Books 

  1. Weihuan Zhou, China's Implementation of the Rulings of the World Trade Organization (Oxford and Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2019).
  2. James Nedumpara and Weihuan Zhou (eds), Non-Market Economies in the Global Trading System: The Special Case of China (Singapore: Springer, 2018).
  3. Colin Picker, Heng Wang and Weihuan Zhou (eds), The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: A 21st Century Model (Oxford and Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2018).

Book Chapters

  1. James Nedumpara and Weihuan Zhou, "Introduction: Non-market Economies in the Global Trading System - The Special Case of China" in Nedumpara and Zhou (eds), Non-Market Economies in the Global Trading System: The Special Case of China (Singapore: Springer, 2018) 1-11.
  2. Weihuan Zhou, "The Issue of 'Particular Market Situation' Under WTO Anti-dumping Law" in Nedumpara and Zhou (eds), Non-Market Economies in the Global Trading System: The Special Case of China (Singapore: Springer, 2018) 185-200.
  3. Hsu-Hua Chou and Weihuan Zhou, “Embedded Liberalism and National Treatment: the Case of Taiwan’s Mijiu Taxation” in Moon and Toohey (eds), 20 Years of Domestic Policy Under WTO Law: The Embedded Liberalism Compromise Revisited (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018) 103-121.

Journal articles

  1. Weihuan Zhou, ‘In Defense of the WTO: Why Do We Need A Multilateral Trading System’, (2020)47(1) Legal Issues of Economic Integration (accepted on 24 September 2019, in press).
  2. Weihuan Zhou, Huiqin Jiang and Qingjiang Kong, ‘Technology Transfer under China’s Foreign Investment Regime: Does the WTO Provide a Solution?’ (2020)54(3) Journal of World Trade (accepted 12 August 2019, in press).
  3. Weihuan Zhou and Henry Gao, “ ‘Overreaching’ or ‘Overreacting’? Reflections on the Judicial Function and Approaches of WTO Appellate Body” (2019)53(6) Journal of World Trade (accepted 12 July 2019, in press).
  4. Weihuan Zhou, Henry Gao and Xue Bai, “Building A Market Economy Through WTO-Inspired Reform of State-Owned Enterprises in China” (2019)68(4) International & Comparative Law Quarterly 977-1022.
  5. Stephanie Noel and Weihuan Zhou, “EU’s New Anti-Dumping Methodology and the End of the Non-Market Economy Dispute?” (2019)14(9) Global Trade and Customs Journal 417-424.
  6. Weihuan Zhou, “Appellate Body Report on EU-Biodiesel: The Future of China’s State Capitalism under the WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement” (2018)17(4) World Trade Review 609-633.
  7. Junfang Xi, Weihuan Zhou and Heng Wang, “The Impact of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement on Australia's Education Exports to China: A Legal and Economic Assessment” (2018)41(12) The World Economy 3503-3523.
  8. Weihuan Zhou and Delei Peng, “EU - Price Comparison Methodologies (DS516): Challenging the Non-Market Economy Methodology in Light of the Negotiating History of Article 15 of China's WTO Accession Protocol” (2018)52(3) Journal of World Trade 505-534. 
  9. Weihuan Zhou, “China's Litigation on Non-Market Economy Treatment at the WTO: A Preliminary Assessment” (2017)5(2) Chinese Journal of Comparative Law 345-364.
  10. Weihuan Zhou, “Chinese Investment in Australia: A Critical Analysis of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement” (2017)18(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 407-435.
  11. Weihuan Zhou and Junfang Xi, “China’s Liberalisation of Legal Services under the ChAFTA: Market Access or Lack of Market Access for Australian Legal Practices” (2017)51(2) Journal of World Trade 233-264. 
  12. Weihuan Zhou and Shu Zhang, “Anti-Dumping and China’s Implementation of WTO Rulings” (2017)230 The China Quarterly 512-527. 
  13. Weihuan Zhou and Andrew Percival, “Debunking the Myth of ‘Particular Market Situation’ in WTO Antidumping Law” (2016)19(4) Journal of International Economic Law 863-892. 
  14. Weihuan Zhou, “Fifteen Years on: Has China Implemented WTO Rulings? - A Perspective on ‘Trade in Goods’ Dispute” (2016)11(1) Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy 155-212. 
  15. Weihuan Zhou, “Circumvention and Anti-Circumvention: Rising Protectionism in Australia” (2016)15(3) World Trade Review 495-522. 
  16. Weihuan Zhou, Douglas Arner and Ross Buckley, “Regulation of Digital Financial Services in China: Last Mover Advantage” (2015)8(1) Tsinghua China Law Review 25-62.
  17. Weihuan Zhou, “Australia’s Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Law and Practice: An Analysis of Current Issues Incompatible with Free Trade with China” (2015)49(6) Journal of World Trade 975-1010. 

Dr Lu Wang

Book Chapters

  1. Lu Wang, "Chinese SOE Investments and the National Security Protection under IIAs" in Julien Chaisse (ed.), China's International Investment Strategy: Bilateral, Regional, and Global Law and Policy (OUP 2019)
  2. Wenhua Shan and Lu Wang, 'The Definition of "Investment": Recent Developments and Lingering Issues' in Jean Kalicki and Mohamed Abdel Raouf (ed.), ICCA Congress Series No. 20 "Evolution and Adaptation: The Future of International Arbitration" (Wolters Kluwer 2019) 

Journal articles

  1. Deborah Healey and Lu Wang, China’s proposed law on foreign investment: Will the new law be welcoming enough for investors? APPS Public Policy, 4 March 2019
  2. Wenhua Shan, Lu Wang, The China–EU BIT and the Emerging "Global BIT 2.0", ICSID Review, Vol. 30, No. 1 (2015), pp. 260–267.