4 edition of International Economic Law and China in Its Economic Transition found in the catalog.
International Economic Law and China in Its Economic Transition
June 30, 2006
by Fred B Rothman & Co
Written in English
|Contributions||Huiping Chen (Editor), Eric E. Bergsten (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
Before , China had an unusual degree of international space, or room for maneuver. After , China frequently felt ―crowded‖ by the United States. These different frameworks affected the calculations of policy-makers and correspond to the different models of economic reform that they adopted. Although China andFile Size: KB. In its regional section, EYIEL 10 addresses recent developments in the US and the EU, including the US’ trade policy strategy towards China as well as the reform of the NAFTA. In its part on institutions, EYIEL 10 focusses inter alia on the role of the rule of law in relation to current practices of the International Monetary Fund and of the Author: Markus Krajewski.
International Economic Law and China in Its Economic Transition by Huiping Chen; Eric E. Bergsten Call Number: Law Library KNQI58 ISBN: Special seminar "China in International Economic Law: New Horizons" The event is a highly focused seminar with top international experts, commenting on most recent developments regarding China in international economic law. It shall be of particular interest for professional, legal and business audiences. Discussed topics will include.
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Brown Part IV WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism and China. Genre/Form: Commercial treaties: Additional Physical Format: Online version: International economic law and China in its economic transition. Buffalo, N.Y.: William. The book covers all the major elements of economic law in the international arena including the World Trade Organization and its antecedents; dumping, subsidies, and other devices that alter the market; the International Monetary System, including the collapse of the Bretton Woods system; the debt of developing countries; the law of foreign direct investment, including changing perceptions of the rights of host states and multinational enterprises; and economic Cited by: Wolfgang Weiß Source: European Yearbook of International Economic Law ' this collection covers a broad range of issues that demonstrate in detail that it has become impossible to distinguish between drily, technically 'economic' international regulation on the one hand, and politically sensitive domestic issues on the other.'Cited by: 2.
The rapid growth of China's international trade has posed particular problems for high income countries, including United States.
Imports have been concentrated in labor-intensive manufactures, and economic theory suggests that this exerts downward pressure on the wages of low-skilled labor. CHINA, INDIA AND THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ORDER With contributions by a variety of internationally distinguished scholars on international law, world trade, business law and development, this unique examination of the roles of China and India in the new world economy adopts the perspectives of international economic law and comparative law.
national economic study in China and its impact on China’s development of expertise in international law. In particular, it explains how the country has shifted to a focus that enhances it legal capacity in handling trade litigation in the WTO.
Part III identifies weaknesses in China Cited by: The Theories of International Economic Law in China By Jinsong Yu* 1. Introduction Along with the development of international economic exchanges, interna-tional economic law has become an important new area in the realm of law.
In China, the study of international economic law has progressed rapidly since China adopted an open policy. The definition of international economic law International economic law regulates the international economic order or economic relations among nations.
However, the term ‘international economic law’ encompasses a large number of areas. It is often defined broadly to File Size: KB. The WTO became one of the pillars of the international economic system, facilitating trade, encouraging liberalization in emerging markets, and allowing the development of global supply chains.
Average tariffs had reached such low levels that trade negotiations increasingly turned to address non-tariff barriers ranging from subsidies to regulatory cooperation to digital : Anne van Aaken, Chad P Bown, Andrew Lang.
I. INTRODUCTION. The primary indication of China’s emergence as a global power is its astonishing growth since the s. Today, China is the world’s largest holder of foreign exchange reserves, the third-largest economy and a market that attracts $23, billion in foreign investments.
1 Even in the midst of the financial crisis, the economic growth of China contributed to more than 50% Cited by: Rapidly Expanding International Trade The expansion of its international trade has been a particularly noteworthy aspect of China’s rising prominence in the world economy.
China’s exports and imports have grown at an average rate of 15 per-cent each year sincecompared with a 7 per-cent annual expansion of world trade over the same File Size: KB.
Download International economic law (PDF 17P) Download free online book chm pdf. The evolution of Chinese business, financial, and commercial law during China's transition from economic planning is a wonderful illustration of this complexity.
Against this transition in legal scholars' understanding of comparative law and law and development, a new body of work is emerging that may fundamentally challenge the existing Cited by: China’s Economic Rise: History, Trends, Challenges, Implications for the United States.
Congressional Research Service 7. Economic reforms led to higher efficiency in the economy, which boosted output and increased resources for additional investment in the economy.
Book Description. Written from the perspectives of international economic law and comparative law, this examination of the roles of China and India in the new world economy examines issues relating to trade, investment, governance and law and : Hardcover. Policymakers and economists largely agree that rule of law and property rights are essential for a sound economic policy, particularly for most developing countries.
But it is becoming increasingly apparent that transplanting legal frameworks from one society to another doesn't work--even though neoliberal orthodoxy has held that it should.
China's economic development offers a backdrop for. The subject matter of this series is international economic law. Its core will be the regulation of international trade, investment and cognate areas, such as intellectual property and competition policy.
The series publishes books on related regulatory areas, in particular human rights, labour. China’s international investment strategy: Bilateral, regional, and gloBal law and PoliCy is part of the International Economic Law series, a brainchild of the late Professor John H : Charles Mak.
‘China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law, edited by Paolo Davide Farah and Elena Cima, is a most timely book on an important issue. This book is impressive both because of the breadth and depth of the topics addressed.
International Economic Law deals with two kinds of legal instruments: soft law instruments and hard law instruments. Hard law instruments create obligations being binding and enforceable in nature, whereas soft law instruments do not create obligations and are non-binding and generally unenforceable in nature.International economic law is not derived from a single source or even several sources of law; it has its genesis in many.
National, regional, and international law (public and private), policy and customary practices are all components of international economic law. International economic.China used to feel the political and military pressure from USSR and at the same time to feel the USA’s pressure of political and economic power plus the its explicit support to Taiwan independence.
With the transition from the USSR to the Russian Federation, China realised it had to take up the roleFile Size: KB.