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.’
Four CIBEL researchers were awarded a $283,250 research grant under the Australian Government’s ARC 2022 Discovery Projects scheme for their innovative project titled ‘China’s Belt and Road Initiative: A New Model of Economic Governance?’
CIBEL is pleased to announce that one of our PhD candidates Dany Xie has won the 2021 Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration Essay Competition (ACICA) with her essay titled ‘lura Novit Curia and Due Process’.
CIBEL is proud to announce that our very own member Associate Professor Kun Fan is one of twenty-three members of the UNSW Law & Justice community that has made it to the finalist list for the annual Australian Law Awards.
The Co-director of UNSW Law’s Herbert Smith Freehills China International Business and Economic Law (CIBEL) Centre, Dr Heng Wang has been officially announced to be promoted to professor at UNSW in December 2019.
The Herbert Smith Freehills CIBEL Centre recently announced 6 successful recipients of the Centre’s seed funding with the aim to support original and collaborative research that relates to Chinese international business and economic law.