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Professor Heng Wang Wang Heng Professor

Book

The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: A 21st Century Model

C Picker, H Wang & W Zhou (eds), The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: A 21st Century Model (Oxford and Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2018). Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Investment law, International Trade Law

Journal Article

An Assessment of the ChAFTA and Its Implications: A Work-in-Progress Type FTA with Selective Innovations?

H Wang, "An Assessment of the ChAFTA and Its Implications: A Work-in-Progress Type FTA with Selective Innovations?" (2019) UNSWLRS 25. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

China’s Approach to the Belt and Road Initiative: Scope, Character and Sustainability

H Wang, “China’s Approach to the Belt and Road Initiative: Scope, Character and Sustainability," (2019)22(1) Journal of International Economic Law. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative

China’s Free Trade Agreement Approach to Intellectual Property: The Future of China’s Rules under the Belt and Road Initiative

H Wang & Z Xiao, “China’s Free Trade Agreement Approach to Intellectual Property: The Future of China’s Rules under the Belt and Road Initiative”, (2019)2 Law Science (Fa Xue), pp. 107-128. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative, Intellectual Property Law, International Trade Law

China’s Regulatory Approach to the Sharing Economy: A Perspective on Ride-Hailing

H Jiang and H Wang, “China’s Regulatory Approach to the Sharing Economy: A Perspective on Ride-Hailing”, 2020(1) Journal of Law, Technology & Policy. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
International Economic Law

Divergence, Convergence or Crossvergence of Chinese and US Approaches to Regional Integration: Evolving Trajectories and Their Implications

H Wang, "Divergence, Convergence or Crossvergence of Chinese and US Approaches to Regional Integration: Evolving Trajectories and Their Implications" (2018)10(2) Tsinghua China Law Review, pp. 149-185. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

How May China Respond to the U.S. Trade Approach? Retaliatory, Inclusive and Regulatory Responses

H Wang, “How May China Respond to the U.S. Trade Approach? Retaliatory, Inclusive and Regulatory Responses”, (2018)31(2) Columbia Journal of Asian Law. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Selective Reshaping: China’s Paradigm Shift in International Economic Governance

H Wang, “Selective Reshaping: China’s Paradigm Shift in International Economic Governance”, (2020)23(3) Journal of International Economic Law, (Sept 2020, forthcoming). Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative, International Economic Law

The Challenges of China's Recent FTA: An Anatomy of the China-Korea FTA

H Wang, "The challenges of China’s recent FTA: An anatomy of the China-Korea FTA", (2016)50 Journal of World Trade, pp. 417 - 446. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Investment law, International Trade Law

The Features of China's Recent FTA and Their Implications: An Anatomy of the China-Korea FTA

H Wang, "The features of China's recent FTA and their implications: An anatomy of the China-Korea FTA", (2016)11 Asian Journal of WTO and International Health Law and Policy, pp. 115 - 154. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Investment law, International Trade Law

The Future of Deep Free Trade Agreements: The Convergence of TPP (and CPTPP) and CETA?

H Wang, "The Future of Deep Free Trade Agreements: The Convergence of TPP (and CPTPP) and CETA?", (2019)53(2) Journal of World Trade. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

The Impact of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement on Australia's Education Exports to China: A Legal and Economic Assessment

J Xi, W Zhou & H 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, pp.3503-3523. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

The Implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership for SMEs: Opportunities and Challenges

H Wang, "The Implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership for SMEs: Opportunities and Challenges", (2016)6(1) KLRI Journal of Law and Legislation, pp. 45 - 82. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

The RCEP and Its Investment Rules: Learning from Past Chinese FTAS

H Wang, "The RCEP and Its Investment Rules: Learning from Past Chinese FTAS", (2017)3 The Chinese Journal of Global Governance, pp. 160 - 181. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Investment law, International Trade Law

Book Chapter

An Analytical Introduction to the ChAFTA: Features and Challenges

H Wang, "An Analytical Introduction to the ChAFTA: Features and Challenges" in C Picker, H WangW Zhou (eds), The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: A 21st Century Model (Oxford; Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2018). Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

An Asian Perspective on SMEs in International Economic Law

H Wang, "An Asian perspective on SMEs in international economic law: Opportunities and challenges arising from the TPP", in T Rensmann (ed.) Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in International Economic Law (OUP, 2017), pp. 189 - 215. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Investment law, International Trade Law

Building Towards the RCEP? Reflections on the ASEAN-China FTA

H Wang, "Building Towards the RCEP? Reflections on the ASEAN-China FTA", in P Hsieh & B Mercurio (eds.) ASEAN Law in the New Regional Economic Order: Global Trends and Shifting Paradigms (Cambridge University Press, 2019), pp.46-63. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative

China's Bilateral Investment Treaties

H Wang & L Wang, “China's Bilateral Investment Treaties”, in J Chaisse, L Choukroune & S Jusoh (eds.) Handbook of International Investment Law and Policy, (Springer, forthcoming 2021). Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
,
Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Investment law

Subsidies Issues in Renewable Energy Trade

H Wang, "Subsidies Issues in Renewable Energy Trade", in M Matsushita & T Schoenbaum (eds.) Emerging Issues in Sustainable Development: International Trade Law and Policy Relating to Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment, (Springer, 2016), pp. 343 - 352. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
International Trade Law

The Differences Between China’s Recent FTA and the TPP

H Wang, "The Differences Between China’s Recent FTA and the TPP", in J Chaisse, H Gao &C Lo (eds.) Paradigm Shift in International Economic Law Rule-Making (Springer, 2017). Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

The Legal Issues of RCEP Investment Rules: A Sino-ASEAN Perspective

H Wang, "The Legal Issues of RCEP Investment Rules: A Sino-ASEAN Perspective", in D Mukherjee (ed.) Economic Integration in Asia: Key Prospects and Challenges with the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (Routledge, 2019). Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Investment law

The RCEP Investment Rules and China: Learning From the Malleability of Chinese FTAs

H Wang, "The RCEP Investment Rules and China: Learning From the Malleability of Chinese FTAs", in J Chaisse (ed.), China’s International Investment Strategy: Bilateral, Regional, and Global Law and Policy (OUP, 2019). Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative, International Dispute Settlement

Conference Presentation

Central Bank Digital Currency and China

H Wang, "Central bank digital currency and China", presented at DC FinTech Week, Capitol Hill, Washington DC, 22 October 2019.

Professor
Heng
Wang
International Financial and Monetary Law

China and International Economic Order: Present and Future

H Wang, "China and International Economic Order: Present and Future", presented at Tsinghua China Law Review 10th Anniversary Symposium: China's Role Under the Globalization of the Rule of Law, Beijing, 8 September 2018.

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law

China-US Relations – Implications for International Trade

H Wang, "China-US Relations – Implications for International Trade", presented at "Doing Business with China" CPD Seminar, UNSW CLE, Sydney, 11 October 2018.

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law, US-China Trade war

China’s Approach to a New International Order

H Wang, "China’s Approach to a New International Order", presented at University of Edinburgh Law School Workshop, Edinburgh, UK, 15 October 2019.

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese International Business Law

China’s Approach to Belt and Road Initiative

H Wang, "China’s approach to Belt and Road Initiative", presented at EW Barker Centre for Law & Business, the National University of Singapore, Singapore, 23 January 2019.

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative

China’s Response to the US-China Trade War and Its Spillover Effects

H Wang, "China’s Response to the US-China Trade War and Its Spillover Effects", presented at the University of Pennsylvania School of Arts and Sciences, Pennsylvania, US, 14 February 2019.

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, US-China Trade war

Commercial Mediation in China

H Wang, "Commercial Mediation in China", talk at Singapore International Dispute Resolution Academy (SIDRA), 14 February 2020.

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative, International Dispute Settlement

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and China’s Role in Global Governance

H Wang, "The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and China’s Role in Global Governance", presented at the University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review Annual Symposium, Pennsylvania, USA, 15 February 2019.

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative

The Future Paths of China to International Order

H Wang, "The Future Paths of China to International Order", presented at "China’s foreign aid during the Covid-19 pandemic" Virtual Conference, University of Edinburgh, 1 June 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, US-China Trade war

Will COVID-19 Affect International Trade and Globalization?

H Wang, "Will COVID-19 Affect International Trade and Globalization?", presented at The Federalist Society Teleforum Conference: Will COVID-19 Affect International Trade and Globalization?, 2 April 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
International Economic Law, International Trade Law

In the Media

As Australia frets about Chinese influence, local officials tout Belt and Road Initiative

H Wang, "As Australia frets about Chinese influence, local officials tout Belt and Road Initiative", interviewed by J Power, South China Morning Post, 23 October 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese International Business Law

Australia-China trade stoush over coronavirus inquiry puts exports — and more —at risk

H Wang, "Australia-China trade stoush over coronavirus inquiry puts exports — and more —at risk", cited by ABC News, 15 May 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

Ban Imposed by Trump on Sales to Huawei May Lead to Greater US-China Business Independence – Prof

H Wang, "Ban Imposed by Trump on Sales to Huawei May Lead to Greater US-China Business Independence – Prof", Sputnik News, 26 June 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
US-China Trade war

Beef industry caught up in emerging trade war with China

H Wang, "Beef industry caught up in emerging trade war with China", interviewed by R Childs, ABC Midday, 13 May 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

Beijing stays silent on new US trade deal with Mexico and Canada

H Wang, "Beijing stays silent on new US trade deal with Mexico and Canada", interviewed by Z Xin & S Leng, South China Morning Post, 4 October 2018. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, US-China Trade war

Challenges Like Brexit Show WTO’s Limited Capacity for Responding to New Issues - Academic

H Wang, "Challenges Like Brexit Show WTO’s Limited Capacity for Responding to New Issues - Academic", Sputnik News, 18 November 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
International Economic Law

China hails phase one trade war deal signing, with focus on strategic value over specific details

H Wang, "China hails phase one trade war deal signing, with focus on strategic value over specific details", interviewed by Z Xin, F Bermingham & S Leng, South China Morning Post, 16 January 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, US-China Trade war

China lodges tariff case at WTO against the U.S

H Wang, "美国加税,中国‘鸣冤’WTO!无奈机构瘫痪可能无功而返……", interviewed by W Wang, SBS Mandarin, 4 September 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
US-China Trade war

China seeks to prove critics wrong with star belt and road projects

H Wang, "China seeks to prove critics wrong with star belt and road projects", interviewed by K Lo & J Cai, South China Morning Post, 29 April 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative

China-led RCEP provides starting point for reducing tensions and building new global trade rules

H Wang, "China-led RCEP provides starting point for reducing tensions and building new global trade rules", South China Morning Post, 28 May 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law

China’s Expands ‘Social Credit’ System to Businesses

H Wang, "China’s Expands ‘Social Credit’ System to Businesses", interviewed by I Starr, The Wire Radio, 28 September 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law

China’s flexible belt and road approach leads to ambiguity

H Wang, "China’s flexible belt and road approach leads to ambiguity", interviewed by J Cai & C Wong, South China Morning Post, 22 April 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative

China’s in, but, without India, is ‘world’s largest trade pact’, the RCEP, still such a big deal?

H Wang, "China’s in, but, without India, is ‘world’s largest trade pact’, the RCEP, still such a big deal?", interviewed by B Jaipragas, South China Morning Post, 9 November 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law

Darwin, Australia at centre of strategic tussle between US and China

H Wang, "Darwin, Australia at centre of strategic tussle between US and China", interviewed by J Lee, South China Morning Post, 3 August 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
US-China Trade war

Downfall of Chinese bank rattles Australian investors

H Wang, "Downfall of Chinese bank rattles Australian investors", interviewed by J Washington, SBS News, 29 June 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Investment law

Experts comment on the US-China Phase One Deal

H Wang, "经济专家点评中美第一阶段贸易协议", interviewed by M Li, ABC Chinese, 17 January 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, US-China Trade war

Google announces ban on Huawei access to crucial android updates

H Wang, "Google announces ban on Huawei access to crucial android updates", interviewed by D Sparkes, ABC Radio, 20 May 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
US-China Trade war

How will COVID-19 impact the economy? From education to real estate

H Wang, "新冠禁令下 为何澳洲高校受挫但房市回暖", interviewed by Y Xia, SBS Mandarin, 3 March 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law

How will the US-China trade war affect Australia?

H Wang, "How will the US-China trade war affect Australia?", UNSW Newsroom, 15 May 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
US-China Trade war

Interview on China’s revised Individual Tax Law

H Wang, interview on China’s revised Individual Tax Law, interviewed by Yu Xia, SBS Mandarin, January 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law

OPINION: How world trade will be affected by COVID-19

H Wang, "OPINION: How world trade will be affected by COVID-19", UNSW Newsroom, 6 March 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law

Paradigm Shift in Investment Rules of China’s Free Trade Agreements? The Present and Future

H Wang, "Paradigm Shift in Investment Rules of China’s Free Trade Agreements? The Present and Future", The Prospector (The LKI [Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute] Blog), August 14 2018. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Stretched to the Breaking Point: The WTO is Becoming Dysfunctional

H Wang, "Stretched to the Breaking Point: The WTO is Becoming Dysfunctional", interviewed by J Kastner, CKGSB Knowledge, 20 May 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
International Trade Law

The Fintech Trade Wars

H Wang, "The Fintech Trade Wars", interviewed by Professor Chris Brummer, Fintech Beat, 11 June 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
International Financial and Monetary Law

Trade deal no panacea for rocky U.S. relations with China

H Wang, "Trade deal no panacea for rocky U.S. relations with China", interviewed by A Shalal & C Cadell, Reuters, 16 January 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, US-China Trade war

TV Interview on US-China Trade War

H Wang, TV Interview on the US-China Trade War by ABC News Channel (ABC News 24), 14 May 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
US-China Trade war

US may use arrest of Huawei CFO Sabrina Meng Wanzhou to push China during Donald Trump and Xi Jinping’s trade war truce

H Wang, "US may use arrest of Huawei CFO Sabrina Meng Wanzhou to push China during Donald Trump and Xi Jinping’s trade war truce", interviewed by K Huang, South China Morning Post, 6 December 2018. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, US-China Trade war

US, Australia on Alert: WTO’s Non-EU States Ask for Compensation Amid Post-Brexit Trade Concerns

H Wang, "US, Australia on Alert: WTO’s Non-EU States Ask for Compensation Amid Post-Brexit Trade Concerns", interviewed by L Dergacheva, Sputnik News, 15 November 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
International Economic Law

US-China phase one trade deal: what does it mea

H Wang, "US-China phase one trade deal: what does it mean?", UNSW Newsroom, 29 January 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, US-China Trade war

US-China trade war negotiators continue to wrestle with how to make deal stick

H Wang, "US-China trade war negotiators continue to wrestle with how to make deal stick", interviewed by K Lo, South China Morning Post, 25 February 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, US-China Trade war

US-China trade war, financial transparency to spur more belt and road projects, says Standard Chartered

H Wang, "US-China trade war, financial transparency to spur more belt and road projects, says Standard Chartered", Interviewed by E Ng, South China Morning Post, 20 May 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative, US-China Trade war

Who compromises more in achieving the US-China Phase One Deal?

H Wang, "第一阶段贸易协议达成 中美双方谁的让步更多?", interviewed by W Wang, SBS Mandarin, 16 January 2020. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, US-China Trade war

Why Asia-Pacific nations don’t want to take sides in the US-China trade war at the G20

H Wang, "Why Asia-Pacific nations don’t want to take sides in the US-China trade war at the G20", interviewed by J Ma, J Lee & K Huang, South China Morning Post, 24 June 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
US-China Trade war

Will RCEP be a new opportunity for Australia and China?

H Wang, "RCEP《区域全面经济伙伴关系协定》是澳洲和中国的新契机吗?", interviewed by W Wang, SBS Mandarin, 7 November 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law

Will you pay for the "digital tax"?

H Wang, "爱网购的您要为'数字税'买单吗?", interviewed by Y Xia, SBS Mandarin, 21 July 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law

Xi Jinping sends message to US and West that "China is committed to opening up" at Belt and Road Forum

H Wang, "Xi Jinping sends message to US and West that 'China is committed to opening up' at Belt and Road forum", Interviewed by J Cai, South China Morning Post, 27 April 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
China's Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese International Business Law

‘Jungle rules’: Inside Australia's fight to rescue global trade

H Wang, "'Jungle rules': Inside Australia's fight to rescue global trade", interviewed by B Seo, Australia Financial Review, 27 June 2019. Available here

Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, US-China Trade war

Professor Deborah Healey Healey Deborah Professor

Journal Article

Antitrust Regimes in the Pacific Region: Introduction

D Healey, “Antitrust Regimes in the Pacific Region: Introduction”, (2018) No. 4 Concurrence. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Bank Mergers in China: What Role for Competition?

D Healey & C Zhang, "Bank Mergers in China: What Role for Competition?", (2017) vol.12 Asian Journal of Comparative Law, pp.81 -114. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Competition Regimes in Singapore and Hong Kong: A Product of Idiosyncratic Attributes of Small Market Economies?

D Healey & A Young, "Competition Regimes in Singapore and Hong Kong: A Product of Idiosyncratic Attributes of Small Asian Economies?" (2016) Journal of Business Law, pp.491-516.

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Competitive Neutrality in Australia: Opportunity for Policy Development

D Healey & R Smith, "Competitive Neutrality in Australia: Opportunity for Policy Development", (2018)25(3) Competition and Consumer Law Journal, pp. 223-448. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Enhancing Competition: Challenges for Australian Retail Banking

D Healey & R Nicholls, "Enhancing Competition: Challenges For Australian Retail Banking", (2017)Vol. 28 Journal of Banking And Finance Law And Practice, pp. 48 - 71. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

From 'carries on a business' to 'in trade or commerce': efficiency in government or semantic endeavour?

D Healey & J Coles, "From 'Carries on a Business' to 'In Trade or Commerce': Efficiency in Government or Semantic Endeavour?" (2018) Volume 26 Competition and Consumer Law Journal, pp.1-34. 

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Mergers in China: What's the Story?

D Healey, "Mergers in China: What's the Story?", (2014) 88 Australian Law Journal 92.

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Should Stability Reign? The Consumer Downside of Foregone Competition in Retain Banking Markets

D Healey & R Nicholls, "Should Stability Reign? The Consumer Downside of Foregone Competition in Retain Banking Markets", (2016)vol.32 Banking and Finance Law Review, pp.69 - 101. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Sustaining the Status Quo: The Use of Conditions in Chinese Merger Clearance

D Healey, C Zhang & J Coles, "Sustaining the Status Quo: The Use of Conditions in Chinese Merger Clearance", (2017)10(1) Tsinghua China Law Review, pp.1 - 32. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Book Chapter

A comparative look at the competition law control of state-owned enterprises and government in China

D Healey, "A comparative look at the competition law control of state-owned enterprises and government in China", in J Drexl (ed.), More Common Ground for International Competition Law? (Edward Elgar, 2011), pp.122-148. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

China’s Anti-Monopoly Law: Agent of Competition or Engine of Industrial Policy? Comments on paper of Professor Wang and Jessica Su

D Healey, "China’s Anti-Monopoly Law: Agent of Competition or Engine of Industrial Policy? Comments on paper of Professor Wang and Jessica Su", in D Zimmer (ed.) Goals of Competition Law, (Edward Elgar, 2012), pp. 398-408. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Competitive Neutrality and the Role of Competition Authorities: a Glance at Experiences in Europe and Asia-Pacific

D Healey, 'Competitive Neutrality and the Role of Competition Authorities: a Glance at Experiences in Europe and Asia-Pacific', in P Burnier Da Silviera & W Kovacic (eds.), Global Competition Enforcement: New Players, New Challenges (Kluwer Law International, 2019). Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Competitive Neutrality: Addressing Government Advantage in Australian Markets

D Healey, 'Competitive Neutrality: Addressing Government Advantage in Australian Markets', in J Drexl (ed) State-Initiated Restraints of Competition (Edward Elgar Publishing 2015), pp. 3 - 39. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Government, the Market and the Level Playing Field: Covering All the Bases

D Healey & J Coles, “Government, the Market and the Level Playing Field: Covering All the Bases” in P Hanrahan and A Black (eds) Contemporary Issues in Corporate and Competition Law: Essays in Honour of Professor Robert Baxt AO (LexisNexis Butterworths Sydney 2018). Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Mergers and Conditions in China: Caution, Control, or Industrial Policy?

D Healey, 'Mergers and Conditions in China: Caution, Control, or Industrial Policy?', in L Toohey, C Picker & J Greenacre (eds.), China in the International Economic Order: New Directions and Changing Paradigms, (Cambridge University Press, UK, 2015) pp. 245 - 267. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

State Restraints in China: a Different Case?

D Healey and E Fox, “State Restraints in China: A Different Case?” in Emch and Ng (eds.), Wang Xiaoye, Liber Amicorum, The Pioneer of Competition Law in China, (Concurrences, 2019) 187-205. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Conference Presentation

Competition Law and State-Owned Enterprises

D Healey, "Competition Law and State-Owned Enterprises", presented at OECD Global Forum on Competition, Paris, 30 November 2018.

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Digital Platforms and Their Effect on Competition in Media and Advertising Services Markets: The ACCC Report, Antitrust and Technology Markets in Asia

D Healey, "Digital Platforms and Their Effect on Competition in Media and Advertising Services Markets: The ACCC Report, Antitrust and Technology Markets in Asia", presented at Asian Competition Forum, Hong Kong, 11 December 2018.

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Experts Panel: Competition Authorities’ Responses to COVID-19

D Healey, "Competition Authorities’ Responses to COVID-19 – Experts Panel", presented at Hong Kong Competition Commission Webinar on Competition Authorities’ Responses to COVID-19 – Experts Panel, 21 April 2020. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Government, the market and the level playing field: covering all the bases

D Healey & J Coles, "Government, the market and the level playing field: covering all the bases", presented at Contemporary Issues in Corporate and Competition Law: A Conference in Honour of Professor Robert Baxt AO, Melbourne University Law School, 26 June 2018.

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Paradigms for Competitive Neutrality: Interrogating Law and Policy

D Healey, "Paradigms for Competitive Neutrality: Interrogating Law and Policy", presented at the 14th ASCOLA Conference, Aix en Provence, France, 27-29 June 2019.

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Resale Price Maintenance in China: A Comparative View

D Healey, "Resale Price Maintenance in China: A Comparative View", presented at China Academy of Social Sciences, 1 April 2018.

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law, International and Comparative Law

The Anti-Monopoly Law and Global Norms

D Healey, "The Anti-Monopoly Law and Global Norms", presented at the 5th Sino-UK Annual Conference on Commercial Law and Economics, Queen Mary University London, Tsinghua University and Renmin University, Beijing 31 March 2018.

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Towards Competitive Neutrality: The Role of Competition Authorities

D Healey, "Towards Competitive Neutrality: The Role of Competition Authorities", presented at 2nd Meeting of High Level Representatives of Asia-Pacific Competition Authorities, OECD, Paris, 28 November 2018.

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Report

Bipartite Voluntary Peer Review of Competition Law and Policy: Fiji and Papua New Guinea

D Healey, "Bipartite Voluntary Peer Review of Competition Law and Policy: Fiji and Papua New Guinea", (2015) United Nations Committee on Trade and Development, Geneva. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Competition in Financial Services

C Evans, D Healey, M Nehme, R Nicholls & C Penel, "Competition in Financial Services", (2015) Centre for International Finance and Regulation Paper No.RR/2015. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Competition Law and the State: Competition Laws' Prohibitions of Anti-Competitive State Acts and Measures

E Fox & D Healey, "Competition Law and the State: Competition Laws' Prohibitions of Anti-Competitive State Acts and Measures", (2015) Vol 2, United Nations Committee on Trade and Development Research Partnership Platform Publication Series. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

In the Media

Banks Lose Monopoly on Australians’ Data

D Healey, "Banks Lose Monopoly on Australians’ Data", Markets and Money, 18 May 2019. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

China’s proposed law on foreign investment: Will the new law be welcoming enough for investors?

L Wang & D Healey, "China’s proposed law on foreign investment: Will the new law be welcoming enough for investors?", APPS Policy Forum, 4 March 2019. Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
,
Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law, International Investment law

Competition law issues around merger involving Arnotts Biscuits

D Healey, "Competition law issues around merger involving Arnotts Biscuits", Interviewed by Channel 7 News, 19 March 2019.

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Customers laughing all the way to another bank

D Healey, "Customers laughing all the way to another bank", Interviewed by The Business, ABC, 14 May 2019. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Deborah Healey on competition law enforcement and state-owned enterprises

D Healey, "Deborah Healey on competition law enforcement and state-owned enterprises", interviewed by OECD Competition Division, 14 March 2019. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Open banking is coming on July 1, but what does it mean for you?

D Healey, "Open banking is coming on July 1, but what does it mean for you?", interviewed by news.com.au, 27 May 2019. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Open banking set to be a "game changer" with more power for customers

D Healey, "Open banking set to be a 'game changer' with more power for customers", Interviewed by ABC News, 14 May 2019. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

The flight to small banks: the big four lose customers to community-run banks

D Healey, "The flight to small banks: the big four lose customers to community-run banks", Interviewed by The Business, ABC, 13 May 2019. Available here

Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law

Scientia Professor Ross Buckley Buckley Ross Scientia Professor

Book

From Crisis to Crisis: The Global Financial System and Regulatory Failure

RP Buckley & D Arner, From Crisis to Crisis: The Global Financial System and Regulatory Failure, (Kluwer Law International, The Hague, 2011). Translated into Chinese and re-published by China University of Political Science and Law Press (CUPL Press), Beijing, 2016 (DP1094926). Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Reconceptualising Global Finance and Its Regulation

RP Buckley (ed.), Reconceptualising Global Finance and Its Regulation, (Cambridge University Press, UK, 2016). Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The REGTECH Book: The Financial Technology Handbook for Investors, Entrepreneurs and Visionaries in Regulation

J Barberis, RP Buckley & D Arner (eds), The REGTECH Book: The Financial Technology Handbook for Investors, Entrepreneurs and Visionaries in Regulation, (John Wiley & Sons, 2019). Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Journal Article

150 Years of FinTech: An Evolutionary Analysis

DW Arner, J Barberis & RP Buckley, "150 Years of FinTech: An Evolutionary Analysis", (2016)(3) JASSA, pp. 22 - 29. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

A Regulatory Diagnostic Toolkit for Digital Financial Services in Emerging Markets

L Malady, RP Buckley, A Didenko and CY Tsang, "A Regulatory Diagnostic Toolkit for Digital Financial Services in Emerging Markets", (2018)34 Banking and Finance Law Review. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Bank levies in Australia: Lessons from Europe

M Dowell-Jones & RP Buckley, "Bank levies in Australia: Lessons from Europe", (2016)27 Journal of Banking and Finance - Law and Practice, pp. 24 - 32. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Bank Levies: An Innovation in Post-Crisis Bank Taxation

M Dowell-Jones & RP Buckley, "Bank Levies: An Innovation in Post-Crisis Bank Taxation", (2016) Journal of Business Law, pp. 625 - 645. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Blockchain and Liability

DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & DW Arner, 2017, "Blockchain and Liability", (2017) Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Financier – Corporate Finance and Capital Markets Law Review, pp. 1 - 11. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Blockchain and Public Companies: A Revolution in Share Ownership Transparency, Proxy-voting and Corporate Governance?

F Panisi, RP Buckley & DW Arner, "Blockchain and Public Companies: A Revolution in Share Ownership Transparency, Proxy-voting and Corporate Governance?", (2019)2 Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy.  Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Blockchain Distributed Ledgers and Liability

DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & DW Arner, “Blockchain Distributed Ledgers and Liability”, (2018)2(4) Journal of Digital Banking, pp. 296-308. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Building Consumer Demand for Digital Financial Services - The New Regulatory Frontier - Part II

RP Buckley & L Malady, "Building Consumer Demand for Digital Financial Services - The New Regulatory Frontier - Part II", (2015)132 The Banking Law Journal, pp. 35 - 54. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Coming of Age of Digital Payments as a Field of Expertise

RP Buckley & I Mas, "Coming of Age of Digital Payments as a Field of Expertise", (2016) University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy, pp. 71 - 87. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Digital ID and AML/CDD/KYC utilities for financial inclusion, integrity and competition

DA Zetzsche, DW Arner & RP Buckley, “Digital ID and AML/CDD/KYC utilities for financial inclusion, integrity and competition”, (2018)47 Journal of Financial Transformation, pp. 133-142. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

FinTech and RegTech in a Nutshell, and the Future in a Sandbox

DW Arner, JN Barberis & RP Buckley, "FinTech and RegTech in a Nutshell, and the Future in a Sandbox", (2017)3(4) The CFA Institute Research Foundation, pp. 1 - 20. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Fintech and Regtech: Enabling Innovation While Preserving Financial Stability

DW Arner, DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & JN Barberis, "FinTech and RegTech: Enabling Innovation while Preserving Financial Stability", (2017)18(3) Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, pp. 47 - 58. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

FinTech in Developing Countries: Charting New Customer Journeys

RP Buckley & S Webster, "FinTech in Developing Countries: Charting New Customer Journeys", (2016)44 Journal of Financial Transformation, pp. 151 - 159. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

FinTech, RegTech and the Reconceptualisation of Financial Regulation

DW Arner, J Barberis & RP Buckley, “FinTech, RegTech and the Reconceptualisation of Financial Regulation”, (2017)37(3) Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business, pp.371-414. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

From FinTech to TechFin: The Regulatory Challenges of Data-Driven Finance

DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley, DW Arner & JN Barberis, "From FinTech to TechFin: The Regulatory Challenges of Data-Driven Finance", (2018)14(2) New York University Journal of Law & Business, pp. 393-446. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Global Systemic Risk and International Regulatory Coordination: Squaring Sovereignty and Financial Stability

F Lupo Pasini & RP Buckley, "Global Systemic Risk and International Regulatory Coordination: Squaring Sovereignty and Financial Stability", (2015)30(4) American University International Law Review, pp. 665 - 741. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

International Coordination in Cross-Border Bank Bail-ins: Problems and Prospects

F Lupo-Pasini & RP Buckley, "International Coordination in Cross-Border Bank Bail-ins: Problems and Prospects", (2015)16 European Business Organization Law Review, pp. 203 - 226. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Overseas Law: China's Regulation of Digital Financial Services: Some Recent Developments

W Zhou, DW Arner & RP Buckley, "Overseas Law: China's Regulation of Digital Financial Services: Some Recent Developments", (2016)90 Australian Law Journal, pp. 297-300. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Promoting Financial Inclusion by Encouraging the Payment of the Interest on E-Money

C-Y Tsang, L Malady & RP Buckley, "Promoting Financial Inclusion by Encouraging the Payment of the Interest on E-Money", (2017)40 University of New South Wales Law Journal, pp. 1558 - 1572. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Protecting Financial Consumer Data in Developing Countries: An Alternative to the Flawed Consent Model

K Kemp & RP Buckley, "Protecting Financial Consumer Data in Developing Countries: An Alternative to the Flawed Consent Model", (2017)18(3) Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, pp. 35 - 46. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Protecting Mobile Money Customer Funds in Civil Law Jurisdictions

D Ramos, J Solana, RP Buckley & J Greenacre, "Protecting Mobile Money Customer Funds in Civil Law Jurisdictions", (2016)65(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly, pp. 705 - 739. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Protecting the West, Excluding the Rest: The Impact of the AML/CTF Regime on Financial Inclusion in the Pacific, and Potential Responses

RP Buckley & RL Stanley, "Protecting the West, Excluding the Rest: The Impact of the AML/CTF Regime on Financial Inclusion in the Pacific, and Potential Responses", (2016)17 Melbourne Journal of International Law, pp. 1 - 24. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Reconceiving Resilience: A New Guiding Principle for Financial Regulation?

M Dowell-Jones & RP Buckley, "Reconceiving Resilience: A New Guiding Principle for Financial Regulation?", (2017)37(1) Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business, pp. 1 - 33. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Reconceptualizing Global Financial Regulation

RP Buckley, "Reconceptualizing Global Financial Regulation", (2016)36(2) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, pp. 242 - 271. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Regulating a Revolution: From Regulatory Sandboxes to Smart Regulation

DA Zetzsche, DW Arner, RP Buckley & JN Barberis, “Regulating a Revolution: From Regulatory Sandboxes to Smart Regulation”, (2017)23 Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law, pp.31-103. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Regulating Digital Financial Services Agents in Developing Countries to Promote Financial Inclusion

E Gibson, F Lupo Pasini & RP Buckley, "Regulating Digital Financial Services Agents in Developing Countries to Promote Financial Inclusion", (2015) Singapore Journal of Legal Studies, pp. 26 - 45. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Regulating LIBRA: The Transformative Potential of Facebook's Cryptocurrency and Possible Regulatory Responses

DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley, DW Arner, "Regulating LIBRA: The Transformative Potential of Facebook's Cryptocurrency and Possible Regulatory Responses" (2019) UNSWLRS 47. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Regulation of Digital Financial Services in China: Last Mover Advantage

RP Buckley, D Arner & W Zhou, "Regulation of Digital Financial Services in China: Last Mover Advantage", (2015)8(1) Tsinghua China Law Review, pp. 25 - 62. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Resolution Powers Over E-Money Providers

K Kemp & RP Buckley, “Resolution Powers Over E-Money Providers”, (2017)40(4) UNSW Law Journal, pp. 1539-1557. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Restricted Banking Licences: An Opportunity to be Seized

A Didenko, K Kemp, L Malady & RP Buckley, “Restricted Banking Licences: An Opportunity to Be Seized”, (2018)29(1) Journal of Banking and Finance: Law and Practice, pp. 57-66. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Distributed Liability of Distributed Ledgers: Legal Risks of Blockchain

DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & DW Arner, “The Distributed Liability of Distributed Ledgers: Legal Risks of Blockchain”, (2018)4 University of Illinois Law Review, pp. 1361-1406. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Emergence of RegTech 2.0: From Know Your Customer to Know Your Data

D Arner, J Barberis & RP Buckley, "The Emergence of RegTech 2.0: From Know Your Customer to Know Your Data", (2016)44 Journal of Financial Transformation, pp. 79 - 86. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Evolution of Currency: From Cash to Cryptos to Sovereign Digital Currencies

A Didenko & RP Buckley, "The Evolution of Currency: From Cash to Cryptos to Sovereign Digital Currencies", (2019)42(4) Fordham International Law Journal. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Evolution of Fintech: A New Post-Crisis Paradigm?

D Arner, J Barberis & RP Buckley, "The Evolution of FinTech: A New Post-Crisis Paradigm?", (2016)47 Georgetown Journal of International Law, pp. 1271 - 1319. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Future of Data-Driven Finance and Regtech: Lessons from EU Big Bang II

DA Zetzsche, DW Arner, RP Buckley & RH Weber, "The Future of Data-Driven Finance and Regtech: Lessons from EU Big Bang II" (2019) UNSWLRS 22. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The ICO Gold Rush: It's a Scam, It's a Bubble, It's a Super Challenge for Regulators

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", (2019)63(2) Harvard International Law Journal. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Identity Challenge in Finance: From Analogue Identity to Digitized Identification to Digital KYC Utilities

DW Arner, DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & JN Barberis, "The Identity Challenge in Finance: From Analogue Identity to Digitized Identification to Digital KYC Utilities", (2018)28 European Banking Institute Working Paper Series. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Regulation of Mobile Money: A Case Study of Malawi

RP Buckley, J Greenacre & L Malady, "The Regulation of Mobile Money: A Case Study of Malawi", (2015)14(3) Global Studies Law Review, pp. 435 - 497. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Road to RegTech: the (astonishing) example of the European Union

RP Buckley, DW Arner, DA Zetzche & RH Weber, “The Road to RegTech: the (astonishing) example of the European Union”, (2019) Journal of Banking Regulation. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Too Connected to Fail: The Regulation of Systemic Risk within Australia's Superannuation System

H Bateman, S Donald, K Liu, RP Buckley & R Nicholls, "Too Connected to Fail: The Regulation of Systemic Risk within Australia's Superannuation System", (2016)2(1) Journal of Financial Regulation, pp. 56 - 78. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Trade Finance in East Asia: Potential Responses to the Shortfall

RP Buckley, DW Arner & RL Stanley, "Trade Finance in East Asia: Potential Responses to the Shortfall", (2015) UNSWLRS 25. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Using Trusts to Protect Mobile Money Customers

J Greenacre & RP Buckley, "Using Trusts to Protect Mobile Money Customers", (2015) UNSWLRS 27. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Book Chapter

FinTech for Financial Inclusion: Driving Sustainable Growth

DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & DW Arner, “FinTech for Financial Inclusion: Driving Sustainable Growth”, in J Walker, Pekmezovic & G Walker (eds), Sustainable Development: Harnessing Business to Achieve the SDG’s through Financing, Technology and Innovation, (Wiley, 2019), pp.179-204. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Fintech, Regtech and Systemic Risk: The Rise of Global Technology Risk

DW Arner, RP Buckley & DA Zetzsche, “FinTech, RegTech and Systemic Risk: The Rise of Global Technology Risk”, in DW Arner, E Avgouleas, D Busch & S Schwarcz (eds), Systemic Risk in the Financial Sector: Ten Years after the Great Crash, (CIGI Press, 2019). Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

From regional fragmentation to coherence: A way forward for East Asia

RP Buckley, "From regional fragmentation to coherence: A way forward for East Asia", in CL Lim & B Mercurio (eds.) International Economic Law After the Global Crisis: A Tale of Fragmented Disciplines, (Cambridge University Press, 2015), pp. 107 - 133. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

How the International Monetary Fund Has Contributed to Global Poverty

RP Buckley, "How the International Monetary Fund Has Contributed to Global Poverty", in A Durbach, B Edgeworth & V Sentas (eds.), Law and Poverty in Australia 40 Years After the Poverty Commission, (Federation Press, Sydney, 2017), pp. 282 - 294. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Liabilities associated with distributed ledgers: a comparative analysis

DW Arner, RP Buckley, DA Zetzsche & A Didenko, “Liabilities associated with distributed ledgers: a comparative analysis” in J Madir (ed), FinTech: Law and Regulation, (Edward Elgar, 2019). Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International and Comparative Law, International Financial and Monetary Law

Negotiating the International Economic Legal Order: Who Has Done Best, China or the West?

RP BuckleyW Zhou, "Negotiating the International Economic Legal Order: Who Has Done Best, China or the West?", in L Toohey, C Picker & J Greenacre (eds.), China in the International Economic Order New Directions and Changing Paradigms (Cambridge University Press, UK, 2015), pp. 151 - 169. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law

Policy and Regulatory Challenges of Distributed Ledger Technology and Digital Assets in Asia

DW Arner, RP Buckley, DA Zetzsche, B Zhao, A Didenko, C-Y Park & E Pashoska, “Policy and Regulatory Challenges of Distributed Ledger Technology and Digital Assets in Asia”, in C Brummer (ed), Cryptoassets: Legal and Economic Perspectives, (Oxford University Press, 2019). Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

RegTech: Building a Better Financial System

DW Arner, J Barberis & RP Buckley, "RegTech: Building a Better Financial System", in D Chuen & R Deng (eds.) Handbook of Blockchain, Digital Finance, and Inclusion, Volume 1: Cryptocurrency, FinTech, InsurTech, and Regulation (Academic Press,2017), pp. 359 - 373. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Regulating FinTech in China: From Permissive to Balanced

W Zhou, D Arner & RB Buckley, "Regulating FinTech in China: From Permissive to Balanced", in KC Lee & R Deng (eds.), Handbook of Blockchain, Digital Finance, and Inclusion, Volume 2 (Elsevier, London; San Diego; Cambridge; Oxford, 2018), pp. 45 - 64. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Changing Nature of Banking and Why It Matters

RP Buckley, "The Changing Nature of Banking and Why It Matters", in RP Buckley, E Avgouleas & D Arner (eds.), Reconceptualising Global Finance and Its Regulation, (Cambridge University Press, UK, 2016), pp. 9 - 27. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The rise of TechFins: Regulatory challenges

DW Arner, RP Buckley & DA Zetzsche, “The rise of TechFins: Regulatory challenges”, in J Madir (ed), FinTech: Law and Regulation, (Edward Elgar, 2019). Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Three Major Financial Crises:  What Have We Learned?

RP Buckley, E Avgouleas & DW Arner, “Three Major Financial Crises:  What Have We Learned?”, in DW Arner, E Avgouleas, D Busch & S Schwarcz (eds), Systemic Risk in the Financial Sector: Ten Years after the Great Crash, (CIGI Press, 2019). Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Conference Presentation

Beyond the Hype: Understanding the Role of Blockchain in the Australian Financial Sector

RP Buckley, "Beyond the Hype: Understanding the Role of Blockchain in the Australian Financial Sector", presented at Australian Regulatory Summit, Sydney, 11 April 2018.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Distributed Liabilities of Distributed Ledgers

RP Buckley, "Distributed Liabilities of Distributed Ledgers", presented at CLMR Regulators Forum, Sydney, 25 October 2017.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

How and why China leads the world in data-driven finance

RP Buckley, "How and why China leads the world in data-driven finance", presented at 51st Forum on Financial Market Regulation, Zurich, Switzerland, 8 May 2019.
 

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Initial Coin Offerings and their Regulation

RP Buckley, "Initial Coin Offerings and their Regulation", presented at 31st Australasian Finance and Banking Conference, Sydney, 13 - 15 December 2018.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Malaysia’s experience with capital controls: Historical Context and Lessons Learned

RP Buckley, "Malaysia’s experience with capital controls: Historical Context and Lessons Learned", presented at Conference of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law, Hong Kong, 16 August 2019.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Technology and Innovation: What is Most Needed in the 21st Century?

RP Buckley, "Technology and Innovation: What is Most Needed in the 21st Century?", presented at UNSW Future of Asia Summit, Hong Kong, 3 March 2018.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Fundamental Shift to RegTech and Data-Driven Finance (TechFin)

RP Buckley, "The Fundamental Shift to RegTech and Data-Driven Finance (TechFin)", presented to Accelerate RegTech, Sydney, 6-7 March 2019.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The ICO Gold Rush: A Scam, a Bubble, and Potentially a Major New Funding Source for Innovative Enterprises

RP Buckley, "The ICO Gold Rush: A Scam, a Bubble, and Potentially a Major New Funding Source for Innovative Enterprises", presented at HKU-UNSW Symposium, Hong Kong, 2 March 2018.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Principal Applications of Blockchain and Its Regulatory Implications

RP Buckley, "The Principal Applications of Blockchain and Its Regulatory Implications", presented to the Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines, 2 April 2019.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Real Potential of RegTech for Sovereign Debt

RP Buckley, "The Real Potential of RegTech for Sovereign Debt", presented at Interdisciplinary Sovereign Debt Research and Management Conference, Geneva, 5 - 6 October 2017.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Rise of the TechFins: The Regulatory Challenges of the Move to Data-driven Finance

RP Buckley, "The Rise of the TechFins: The Regulatory Challenges of the Move to Data-driven Finance", presented at International Conference on FinTech Law and Regulation, Luxembourg City, 9 October 2017.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Twenty years of international financial crises: what have we learned and what still needs to be done?

RP Buckley, "Twenty years of international financial crises: what have we learned and what still needs to be done?", presented at Twenty Years After the Asian Financial Crisis: Lessons, Challenges and the Way Forward, Tokyo, 13 - 14 April 2017.

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Report

Distributed Ledger Technology and Digital Assets: Policy and Regulatory Challenges in Asia

DW Arner, RP Buckley, DA Zetzsche, B Zhao, A Didenko, C-Y Park and E Pashoska, "Distributed Ledger Technology and Digital Assets: Policy and Regulatory Challenges in Asia", ADB Report, June 2019, pp.1-50. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

FinTech for Financial Inclusion: A Framework for Digital Financial Transformation

DW Arner, RP Buckley & D Zetzsche, “FinTech for Financial Inclusion: A Framework for Digital Financial Transformation”, Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI) and G-24 Special Report, September 2018. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Regulatory Handbook: The Enabling Regulation of Digital Financial Services

L Malady, RP Buckley & CY Tsang, Regulatory Handbook: The Enabling Regulation of Digital Financial Services, (2015) Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR), UNCDF, UNSW Sydney, 125pp. Availabel here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Response to Issues Paper on Data Sharing and Release

L Bennett Moses, RP Buckley, F Johns, G Greenleaf, K Kemp, M De Leeuw, K Manwaring, A Maurushat & M Zalnieriute, Response to Issues Paper on Data Sharing and Release, 2018. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Submission on the APRA Discussion Paper on Licensing: A Phased Approach to Authorising New Entrants to the Banking Industry

K Kemp, A Didenko, L Malady & RP Buckley, Submission on the APRA Discussion Paper on Licensing: A Phased Approach to Authorising New Entrants to the Banking Industry, 2017. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Submission to the Australian Payments Plan Consultation: Shaping the Future of Australian Payments

K Kemp, A Didenko, L Malady & RP BuckleySubmission to the Australian Payments Plan Consultation: Shaping the Future of Australian Payments, 2015. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Submission to Treasury on Financial System Inquiry Final Report – Purchased Payment Facilities

RP Buckley, L Malady & E Gibson, Submission to Treasury on Financial System Inquiry Final Report – Purchased Payment Facilities, 2015. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

In the Media

A Swiss finish for Australia? Approaches to enhancing the resilience of systemically important banks

RP Buckley, RH Weber & M Dowell-Jones M, "A Swiss finish for Australia? Approaches to enhancing the resilience of systemically important banks", (2015)10(1) Capital Markets Law Journal, pp. 41 - 70. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

AIIB is a major achievement for China

RP Buckley, "AIIB is a major achievement for China", a TV interview by Y Man, Bloomberg TV, 29 June 2015. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law

ASIC in bid to make ePayments Code mandatory

RP Buckley, "ASIC in bid to make ePayments Code mandatory", interviewed by S Miles, Sydney Morning Herald, 18 March 2019. Available here
 

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Can Blockchain Create a Corporate-Governance Revolution at Public Companies?

F Panisi, RP Buckley & DW Arner, "Can Blockchain Create a Corporate-Governance Revolution at Public Companies?", The CLS Blue Sky Blog, July 1 2019. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Different Worlds: Why Digital Payments Should Not Be Regulated as an Offshoot of Banking

RP Buckley, "Different Worlds: Why Digital Payments Should Not Be Regulated as an Offshoot of Banking", Next Billion, 9 September 2015. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Digital payments are coming - and life will be different

RP Buckley, "Digital payments are coming - and life will be different", Sydney Morning Herald, 4 December 2015. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Distributed Ledger Technology and Digital Assets in Asia

RP Buckley, A Didenko, DW Arner, C-Y Park and B Zhao, "Distributed Ledger Technology and Digital Assets in Asia", The Faculty of Law Blog, University of Oxford, August 5 2019. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Donald Trump and the paradox of globalisation

RP Buckley, "Donald Trump and the paradox of globalisation", Sydney Morning Herald, 3 March 2016. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Economic Law

Facebook’s foray into the world of banking and finance is an ethical and regulatory minefield

RP Buckley, "Facebook’s foray into the world of banking and finance is an ethical and regulatory minefield", ABC, August 6 2019. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Finding the Right Balance: A Toolkit for Regulating Digital Financial Services in Emerging Markets

A Didenko & RP Buckley, "Finding the Right Balance: A Toolkit for Regulating Digital Financial Services in Emerging Markets", Next Billion, 30 May 2019. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

How RegTech Is Helping Banks Manage Risks

DW Arner, J Barberis & RP Buckley, "How RegTech Is Helping Banks Manage Risks", Development Asia (An initiative of Asian Development Bank). Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Open banking: The revolution that could save the Big Four - and the consumer

RP Buckley, "Open banking: The revolution that could save the Big Four - and the consumer", ABC News, 23 November 2017. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

QU awarded international FinTech grant success

RP Buckley, "QU awarded international FinTech grant success", Gulf Times, 30 June 2019. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Regulating Digital Financial Services to Promote Financial Inclusion

RP Buckley, "Regulating Digital Financial Services to Promote Financial Inclusion", Medici Insights,13 June 2017. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Regulating Libra

RP Buckley, "Regulating Libra", interviewed by D Zetzsche and D Arner, Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, 10 July 2019. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Rising cost of remittances

RP Buckley, "Rising cost of remittances",The Money, ABC Radio National, 16 June 2016. Available here
 

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Delicate Balance – Regulating Mobile Financial Services in Developing Countries

RP Buckley, "The Delicate Balance – Regulating Mobile Financial Services in Developing Countries", Oxford Business Law Blog, 23 June 2017. Available here
 

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Future of Data-Driven Finance: Financial Regulation, Data Regulation, and RegTech

DA Zetzsche, DW Arner, RP Buckley & RH Weber, "The Future of Data-Driven Finance: Financial Regulation, Data Regulation, and RegTech", THE CLS Blue Sky Blog, 15 April 2019. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The ICO Gold Rush

D Zetzsche, RP Buckley & D Arner, "The ICO Gold Rush", Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, 1 December 2017. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Want to Boost Financial Inclusion? Pay Interest on Mobile Money

RP Buckley, L Malady, C-Y Tsang, "Want to Boost Financial Inclusion? Pay Interest on Mobile Money", Next Billion, 10 August 2017. Available here
 

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Why Australia's banks should fear Facebook's Libra

RP Buckley, "Why Australia's banks should fear Facebook's Libra", Sydney Morning Herald, July 8 2019. Available here

Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Associate Professor Kun Fan Fan Kun Associate Professor

Journal Article

Mediation of Investor-State Disputes: A Treaty Survey: Time to Take the Horses to the Trough?

K Fan, "Mediation of Investor-State Disputes: A Treaty Survey: Time to Take the Horses to the Trough?", (2020 Forthcoming) Journal of Dispute Resolution. Available here

Associate Professor
Kun
Fan
International Commercial Arbitration, International Dispute Settlement

Supreme Courts and Arbitration: China

K Fan, "Supreme Courts and Arbitration: China", (2019) b-Arbitra | Belgian Review of Arbitration, Issue 2, pp.587–613. Available here

Associate Professor
Kun
Fan
International Commercial Arbitration, International Dispute Settlement

Book Chapter

Can You Leave Your Hat On? An Empirical Study of Med-Arb/Arb-Med in China

K Fan, "Can You Leave Your Hat On? An Empirical Study of Med-Arb/Arb-Med in China" in C Campbell (ed.) The Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business Volume 41a, (Wolters Kluwer, 2020), pp. 129-170. Available here

Associate Professor
Kun
Fan
International Dispute Settlement

Conference Presentation

International and Comparative Mediation: An Overview

K Fan, "International and Comparative Mediation: An Overview", presented at the American Society of Comparative Law 2019 Annual Meeting Program, University of Missouri, Missouri, 18 October 2019.

Associate Professor
Kun
Fan
International and Comparative Law, International Commercial Arbitration, International Dispute Settlement

New Developments of Commercial Dispute Resolution Mechanism: China’s Two Ways Adaptation of Transnational Standards

K Fan, "New Developments of Commercial Dispute Resolution Mechanism: China’s Two Ways Adaptation of Transnational Standards", presented at China's Legal Construction Program at 40 Years: Towards an Autonomous Legal System?, University of Michigan Law School, Michigan, 13 October 2019.

Associate Professor
Kun
Fan
International Commercial Arbitration, International Dispute Settlement

The Impact of Covid-19 on Access to Justice

K Fan, "The Impact of Covid-19 on Access to Justice", public lecture at the China Summer Weekly Live, International Association of University Summer Sessions (IAUSS), online, 22 May 2020. Available here

Associate Professor
Kun
Fan
International Commercial Arbitration, International Dispute Settlement

Associate Professor Xiao-chuan Weng Weng Xiao-chuan Associate Professor

Journal Article

A Lesson for Corporate and Securities Law

X Weng, "A Lesson for Corporate and Securities Law", forthcoming (2020) Journal of Asian Law and Society, Cambridge University Press.

Associate Professor
Xiao-chuan
Weng
Chinese Corporate and Securities Law, International Corporate Law and Takeover

Assessing the Administrative Sanctions Regime for Insider Trading in China: An Empirical Approach

X Weng & J Jia, "Assessing the administrative sanctions regime for insider trading in China: An empirical approach", (2015)10(2) Asian Journal of Comparative Law, pp. 343 - 358. Available here

Associate Professor
Xiao-chuan
Weng
Chinese Corporate and Securities Law

Do Auctions Matter? Assessing the Chinese Auction Promotion Institution of Takeover Law

X Weng, "Do Auctions Matter? Assessing the Chinese Auction Promotion Institution of Takeover Law" (2017)10(1) Tsinghua China Law Review,  pp. 49-83. Available here

Associate Professor
Xiao-chuan
Weng
Chinese Corporate and Securities Law, International Corporate Law and Takeover

Does the Housing Market and Absence of Consumer Bankruptcy Protection Make Interpretation (III) of the Chinese Marriage Law Beneficial to Women, Not Men?

X Weng & C Watters, "Does the Housing Market and Absence of Consumer Bankruptcy Protection Make Interpretation (III) of the Chinese Marriage Law Beneficial to Women, Not Men?", (2016) Property Law Journal.

Associate Professor
Xiao-chuan
Weng
Chinese Corporate and Securities Law

Inside or Outside the Corporate Law Box? Shareholder Primacy and Corporate Social Responsibility in China

X Weng, "Inside or Outside the Corporate Law Box? Shareholder Primacy and Corporate Social Responsibility in China" (2017)18(1) European Business Organization Law Review , pp.155–191. Available here

Associate Professor
Xiao-chuan
Weng
Chinese Corporate and Securities Law

The Honoré-Waldron Thesis: A Comparison of the Blend of Ideal-Typic Categories of Property in American, Chinese and Australian Land Law

X Weng, P Babie & J Orth, "The Honoré-Waldron Thesis: A Comparison of the Blend of Ideal-Typic Categories of Property in American, Australian and Chinese Land Law", (2017)91 Tulane Law Review. Available here

Associate Professor
Xiao-chuan
Weng
Chinese Corporate and Securities Law, International and Comparative Law

Book Chapter

States of Bankruptcy

X Weng & R Ni, “States of Bankruptcy” in C Zhu & Z Shen (eds.), Tsinghua Financial Law Review (Vol. 2, No.2, 2018), (Law Press China, 2019 May), pp. 71-85. Available here

Associate Professor
Xiao-chuan
Weng
Chinese Corporate and Securities Law

The Melting Glacier: An Introduction to Chinese Takeover Regulations

X Weng, "The Melting Glacier: An Introduction to Chinese Takeover Regulations" in the book of POREEN Project by European Union, 2018.

Associate Professor
Xiao-chuan
Weng
Chinese Corporate and Securities Law, International Corporate Law and Takeover

Dr. Weihuan Zhou Zhou Weihuan Dr.

Book

China's Implementation of the Rulings of the World Trade Organization

W Zhou, China's Implementation of the Rulings of the World Trade Organization, (Hart Publishing, 2019). Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Non-Market Economies in the Global Trading System: The Special Case of China

J Nedumpara & W Zhou (eds), Non-Market Economies in the Global Trading System: The Special Case of China (Singapore: Springer, 2018). Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: A 21st Century Model

C Picker, H Wang & W Zhou (eds), The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: A 21st Century Model (Oxford and Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2018). Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Investment law, International Trade Law

Journal Article

Anti-dumping Practices and China's Implementation of WTO Rulings

W Zhou & S Zhang, "Anti-dumping Practices and China's Implementation of WTO Rulings", (2017)230 China Quarterly, pp. 512 - 527. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Appellate Body Report on EU - Biodiesel: The Future of China's State Capitalism under the WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement

W 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, pp. 609-633. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Assessment of ‘Material Injury’ and ‘Causation’: Recent Developments in Australia

W Zhou, "Assessment of ‘Material Injury’ and ‘Causation’: Recent Developments in Australia", (2015)10(9) Global Trade and Customs Journal, pp. 282 - 290. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

Australia’s anti-dumping and countervailing law and practice: An analysis of current issues incompatible with free trade with China

W 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, pp. 975 - 1010. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Beyond ChAFTA: China's (Ab)use of Anti-Dumping Measures

W Zhou & S Zhang, "Beyond ChAFTA: China's (Ab)use of Anti-Dumping Measures", (2016) UNSWLRS 57. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Building a Market Economy Through WTO-Inspired Reform of State-Owned Enterprises in China

W Zhou, H Gao & X Bai, “Building a Market Economy Through WTO-Inspired Reform of State-Owned Enterprises in China”, (2019)68(4) International and Comparative Law Quarterly, pp.977-1022. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law

China's Investment in Australia: A Critical Analysis of Australia's Foreign Investment Review Mechanism

H Jiang & W Zhou, “China's Investment in Australia: A Critical Analysis of Australia's Foreign Investment Review Mechanism” (2018)10(2) Tsinghua China Law Review, pp.187-223. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Investment law

China's litigation on non-market economy treatment at the WTO: A preliminary assessment

W Zhou, "China's litigation on non-market economy treatment at the WTO: A preliminary assessment", (2017)5(2) Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, pp. 345 - 364. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

China's SOE Reform: Using WTO Rules to Build a Market Economy

W Zhou, H Gao, & X Bai, "China's SOE Reform: Using WTO Rules to Build a Market Economy", (2019)68(2) International and Comparative Law Quarterly, pp.977-1022. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

China’s Developing Country Status under the WTO: A Critical Analysis from Historical, Practical and Normative Perspectives

D Peng, W Zhou & X Tu, "多边贸易体制下中国发展中国家地位问题研究——基于历史、现实与规范的多维考察", (2020)28(1) Pacific Journal, pp. 64-75. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

China’s liberalization of legal services under the ChAFTA: Market access or lack of market access for Australian legal practices

W Zhou & J Xi, "China’s liberalization of legal services under the ChAFTA: Market access or lack of market access for Australian legal practices", (2017)51(2) Journal of World Trade, pp. 233 - 264. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law

Chinese Investment in Australia: A Critical Analysis of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement

W Zhou, "Chinese Investment in Australia: A Critical Analysis of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement", (2017)18 Melbourne Journal of International Law, pp. 407 - 435. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law

Circumvention and Anti-Circumvention: Rising Protectionism in Australia

W Zhou, "Circumvention and Anti-Circumvention: Rising Protectionism in Australia", (2016)15(3) World Trade Review, pp.495-522. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Investment law, International Trade Law

Debunking the Myth of ‘Particular Market Situation’ In WTO Antidumping Law

W Zhou & A Percival, "Debunking the Myth of ‘Particular Market Situation’ In WTO Antidumping Law", (2016)19(4) Journal of International Economic Law, pp. 863–892. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Economic Law

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

W Zhou & D 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, pp. 505-534. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

EU’s New Anti-dumping Methodology and the End of the Non-market Economy Dispute?

S Noël and W Zhou, “EU’s New Anti-dumping Methodology and the End of the Non-market Economy Dispute?”, (2019)14(9) Global Trade and Customs Journal, pp417-424. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Economic Law

Fifteen Years on: Has China Implemented WTO Rulings? - A Perspective on 'Trade in Goods' Dispute

W 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, pp. 155 - 212. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Dispute Settlement

Implementing WTO Rulings: Fifteen Years of China in the WTO

W Zhou, "Implementing WTO Rulings: Fifteen Years of China in the WTO", (2017)2(1) China's World, pp. 76 - 81. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law

In Defense Of The WTO: Why Do We Need A Multilateral Trading System?

W Zhou, "In Defense Of The WTO: Why Do We Need A Multilateral Trading System?" (2019) UNSWLRS 44; (2020)47(1) Legal Issues of Economic Integration, pp. 9-42. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Economic Law, International Trade Law

National Security in International Trade Law: An Analysis of the US Section 232 Investigation

D Peng, W Zhou & G Yang, "National Security in International Trade Law: An Analysis of the US Section 232 Investigation", (2018)34(5) International Economics and Trade Research, pp. 91 - 104. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

Overseas Law: China's Regulation of Digital Financial Services: Some Recent Developments

W Zhou, DW Arner & RP Buckley, "Overseas Law: China's Regulation of Digital Financial Services: Some Recent Developments", (2016)90 Australian Law Journal, pp. 297-300. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Panel Report on eu—Biodiesel: A Glass Half Full?—Implications for the Rising Issue of “Particular Market Situation”

W Zhou & A Percival, "Panel Report on EU—Biodiesel: A Glass Half Full?—Implications for the Rising Issue of 'Particular Market Situation'”, (2016)2(2) The Chinese Journal of Global Governance, pp. 142 - 163. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Commercial Arbitration, International Dispute Settlement, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

Regulation of Digital Financial Services in China: Last Mover Advantage

RP Buckley, D Arner & W Zhou, "Regulation of Digital Financial Services in China: Last Mover Advantage", (2015)8(1) Tsinghua China Law Review, pp. 25 - 62. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

Replacing the Non-Market Economy Methodology: Is the European Union’s Alternative Approach Justified Under the World Trade Organization Anti-Dumping Agreement?

W Zhou & S Noël, "Replacing the Non-Market Economy Methodology: Is the European Union’s Alternative Approach Justified Under the World Trade Organization Anti-Dumping Agreement?", (2016)11(11/12) Global Trade and Customs Journal, pp. 559 - 567. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Commercial Arbitration, International Dispute Settlement, International Economic Law

Rethinking national treatment and the role of regulatory purpose: Lessons from the 'Theory of distortions and welfare'

W Zhou, "Rethinking national treatment and the role of regulatory purpose: Lessons from the 'Theory of distortions and welfare'", (2015)12(3) Manchester Journal of International Economic Law, pp. 243 - 269. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Economic Law, International Trade Law

Technology Transfer under China’s Foreign Investment Regime: Does the WTO Provide a Solution?

W Zhou, H Jiang & Q Kong, "Technology Transfer under China’s Foreign Investment Regime: Does the WTO Provide a Solution?", (2020) 54(3) Journal of World Trade, pp.455 – 480; UNSW Law Research Paper No. 19-59. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Investment law

The Impact of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement on Australia's Education Exports to China: A Legal and Economic Assessment

J Xi, W Zhou & H 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, pp.3503-3523. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

US-China Trade War: A Way Out?

W Zhou & H Gao, "US-China Trade War: A Way Out?", Forthcoming (2020) World Trade Review; [2020] UNSWLRS 28. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
US-China Trade war

WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism without the Appellate Body: Some Observations on the US-China Trade Deal

W Zhou, "WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism without the Appellate Body: Some Observations on the US-China Trade Deal", Forthcoming 2020(9)2 Journal of International Trade and Arbitration Law, pp. 443-458. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Dispute Settlement, International Trade Law, US-China Trade war

‘Overreaching’ or ‘Overreacting’? Reflections on the Judicial Function and Approaches of WTO Appellate Body

W Zhou & H Gao, "‘Overreaching’ or ‘Overreacting’? Reflections on the Judicial Function and Approaches of WTO Appellate Body" (2019) 53(6) Journal of World Trade; UNSW Law Research Paper No. 19-49. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

Book Chapter

Breakthrough or Standstill? China’s Liberalisation of Legal Services under the ChAFTA

W Zhou and J Xi, “Breakthrough or Standstill? China’s Liberalisation of Legal Services under the ChAFTA” in C Picker, H Wang & W Zhou (eds), The China Australia Free Trade Agreement: A 21st Century Model (Oxford and Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2018), pp. 147-171. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Embedded Liberalism and National Treatment: the Case of Taiwan’s Mijiu Taxation

H Chou & W Zhou, “Embedded Liberalism and National Treatment: the Case of Taiwan’s Mijiu Taxation” in G Moon and L Toohey (eds), 20 Years of Domestic Policy Under WTO Law: The Embedded Liberalism Compromise Revisited (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018), pp.103-121. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

Introduction: Non-market Economies in the Global Trading System - The Special Case of China

J Nedumpara & W Zhou, "Introduction: Non-market Economies in the Global Trading System - The Special Case of China" in J Nedumpara and W Zhou (eds), Non-Market Economies in the Global Trading System: The Special Case of China (Springer, 2018), pp.1-11. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Negotiating the International Economic Legal Order: Who Has Done Best, China or the West?

RP BuckleyW Zhou, "Negotiating the International Economic Legal Order: Who Has Done Best, China or the West?", in L Toohey, C Picker & J Greenacre (eds.), China in the International Economic Order New Directions and Changing Paradigms (Cambridge University Press, UK, 2015), pp. 151 - 169. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law

Regulating FinTech in China: From Permissive to Balanced

W Zhou, D Arner & RB Buckley, "Regulating FinTech in China: From Permissive to Balanced", in KC Lee & R Deng (eds.), Handbook of Blockchain, Digital Finance, and Inclusion, Volume 2 (Elsevier, London; San Diego; Cambridge; Oxford, 2018), pp. 45 - 64. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
,
Scientia Professor
Ross
Buckley
International Financial and Monetary Law

The Issue of 'Particular Market Situation' Under WTO Anti-dumping Law

W Zhou, "The Issue of 'Particular Market Situation' Under WTO Anti-dumping Law" in J Nedumpara & W Zhou (eds), Non-Market Economies in the Global Trading System: The Special Case of China (Springer, 2018), pp.185-200. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Conference Presentation

Australian economy, China-Australia trade relations and future

W Zhou, "Australian economy, China-Australia trade relations and future", presented at Hampton Capital China Investor Conference (at UNSW), Sydney, 6 September 2019.

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

The Future of the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism

W Zhou, "The Future of the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism", presented at The Future of International Dispute Settlement, Sydney, 27 June 2019.

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

Theory of Distortions and Welfare as the Backbone of the WTO: If We Lose the Form, Do We Lose the Essence?

W Zhou, "Theory of Distortions and Welfare as the Backbone of the WTO: If We Lose the Form, Do We Lose the Essence?", presented at Paradise Lost or Found? The Post-WTO International Legal Order (Utopian & Dystopian Possibilities), University of Tokyo Workshop, Tokyo, 3 January 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

In the Media

"Take a calm breath": agriculture minister seeks to cool escalating trade hostilities with China over coal

W Zhou, "‘Take a calm breath’: agriculture minister seeks to cool escalating trade hostilities with China over coal", interviewed by E Visontay, The Guardian, 22 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

A Balanced Agreement is Needed to End the Trade War

Q Kong & W Zhou, "A Balanced Agreement is Needed to End the Trade War", CGTN, 13 May 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
US-China Trade war

After barley, what next? Australian industries exposed if China trade tensions persist

W Zhou, “After barley, what next? Australian industries exposed if China trade tensions persist”, interviewed by E Visontay, The Guardian, 20 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law

ALP plan to tackle cheap import dumping

W Zhou, "ALP plan to tackle cheap import dumping", interviewed by P Riordan, The Australian, 17 April 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

Australia rules out trade war retaliation with China despite barley tariff escalation

W Zhou, “Australia rules out trade war retaliation with China despite barley tariff escalation”, interviewed by S Tan, South China Morning Post, 19 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

Australia says it doesn’t want trade war with China

W Zhou, “Australia says it doesn’t want trade war with China”, interviewed by R McGuirk, The Washington Post, 19 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

Australia threatens WTO action as dispute with China deepens

W Zhou, “Australia threatens WTO action as dispute with China deepens”, interviewed by H Robertson, AFP, 19 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law

Australia-HK Trade: FTA boosts market access on both sides

W Zhou, "Australia-HK Trade: FTA boosts market access on both sides", interviewed by G Navarro, CGTN, 18 October 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

Australian government asks China for same reduction in trade barriers as US

W Zhou, "Australian government asks China for same reduction in trade barriers as US", interviewed by D Hurst, The Guardian, 29 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law, US-China Trade war

Barley is not a random choice – here’s the real reason China is taking on Australia over dumping

W Zhou, "Barley is not a random choice – here’s the real reason China is taking on Australia over dumping", The Conversation, 23 November 2018. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law

Beijing accuses America of "inciting countries to demand compensation"

W Zhou, "Beijing accuses America of ‘inciting countries to demand compensation’", interviewed by Brinkwire, 25 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

CBH braces for hit from China's barley tariffs

W Zhou, "CBH braces for hit from China's barley tariffs", interviewed by G Korporaal, The Australian, 11 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

China and the CPTPP: is it time to rethink Beijing’s involvement in the trans-Pacific trade pact?

W Zhou & H Gao, "China and the CPTPP: is it time to rethink Beijing’s involvement in the trans-Pacific trade pact?", South China Morning Post, 7 June 2020. Available here 

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law, US-China Trade war

China Australia trade tension is not a coincidence

W Zhou, “China Australia trade tension is not a coincidence”, interviewed by J Liu, SBS Mandarin, 19 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law

China might well refuse to take our barley, and there would be little we could do

W Zhou, "China might well refuse to take our barley, and there would be little we could do", The Conversation, 11 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

China's fury over steel is behind the barley threat

W Zhou, "China's fury over steel is behind the barley threat", interviewed by A Grigg and M Smith, Australian Financial Review, 12 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

China’s New Law Outlaws Forced Technology Transfer

W Zhou & Q Kong, "China’s New Law Outlaws Forced Technology Transfer", CGTN, 17 March 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law

Do We Need New Rules for China at the WTO?

W Zhou & H Gao, "Do We Need New Rules for China at the WTO?", East Asia Forum, 29 April 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law

Does China’s Status as a Developing Country Give It Any Benefits in the World Trade Organisation

W Zhou, "Does China’s Status as a Developing Country Give It Any Benefits in the World Trade Organisation", interviewed by M Grady and M Richardson, 2ser Radio, 9 October 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

From Huawei charges to new tariff threats from Donald Trump: jolts keep buffeting US-China trade talks

W Zhou, "From Huawei charges to new tariff threats from Donald Trump: jolts keep buffeting US-China trade talks", interviewed by M Magnier, South China Morning Post, 7 May 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
US-China Trade war

Getting back to harvest: The way forward after China’s barley tariff

W Zhou, "Getting back to harvest: The way forward after China’s barley tariff", The Interpreter, published by the Lowy Institute, 22 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

How the US-China trade agreement and COVID-19 investigation influenced China’s new barley tariffs

W Zhou, "How the US-China trade agreement and COVID-19 investigation influenced China’s new barley tariffs", UNSW Newsroom, 22 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

Huawei challenges Australia's 5G ban

W Zhou, "Huawei challenges Australia's 5G ban", interviewed by K Wilson, China Daily, 29 April 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law

Indonesia challenges Australia’s anti-dumping measures at the WTO

W Zhou, "Indonesia challenges Australia’s anti-dumping measures at the WTO", The Conversation, 15 September 2017. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

Insight – Australia WTO paper dispute: impact on new EU antidumping methodology

S Noël & W Zhou, "Insight – Australia WTO paper dispute: impact on new EU antidumping methodology", Borderlex, 7 September 2017. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

Myth busted: China’s status as a developing country gives it few benefits in the World Trade Organisation

W Zhou & H Gao, "Myth busted: China’s status as a developing country gives it few benefits in the World Trade Organisation", The Conversation, 7 October 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

New Zealand’s China dilemma: your money or your scruples

W Zhou, "New Zealand’s China dilemma: your money or your scruples", interviewed by K MacNamara, Stuff, 28 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

Phase One’s Dispute Settlement Mechanism a poor alternative to WTO Appellate Body

W Zhou, "Phase One’s Dispute Settlement Mechanism a poor alternative to WTO Appellate Body", Hinrich Foundation, 30 January 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law, US-China Trade war

Rethinking economic coercion as Australia–China relations fracture

W Zhou, "Rethinking economic coercion as Australia–China relations fracture", East Asia Forum, 23 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

Shorten’s plan to triple anti-dumping penalties misunderstands the law

W Zhou & A Percival, "Shorten’s plan to triple anti-dumping penalties misunderstands the law", The Conversation, 10 April 2018. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

The end of the WTO and the last case?

H Gao & W Zhou, "The end of the WTO and the last case?", East Asia Forum, 10 July 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

The end of the WTO? Why China dropped a dispute against the US, EU

H Gao & W Zhou, "The end of the WTO? Why China dropped a dispute against the US, EU", Channel News Asia, 15 July 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Dispute Settlement, International Trade Law

The Misconceptions about China’s WTO Compliance Untenable

W Zhou & Q Kong, "The Misconceptions about China’s WTO Compliance Untenable", CGTN, 1 March 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law

The WTO Dispute Settlement System: Just another Victim on the Road to Tomorrow’s GATT?

M Wagner & W Zhou, "The WTO Dispute Settlement System: Just another Victim on the Road to Tomorrow’s GATT?", ILA Reporter, 9 July 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Dispute Settlement, International Trade Law

Trade war fears as China imposes bans and tariffs on Australian exports

W Zhou, "Trade war fears as China imposes bans and tariffs on Australian exports", interviewed by F Kelly, ABC Breakfast, 13 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law

Triage Care for the WTO

W Zhou & C Picker, "Triage Care for the WTO", East Asia Forum, 28 May 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

US-China Phase One Deal: A Brief Account

W Zhou & H Gao, "US-China Phase One Deal: A Brief Account", Regulating for Globalization, 22 January 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
US-China Trade war

Victoria could be peacemaker in China-Australia relationship: China expert

W Zhou, "Victoria could be peacemaker in China-Australia relationship: China expert", interviewed by S Ilanbey, The Age, 7 June 2020. Available here 

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law, International Trade Law

Why Australia’s Huawei Ban is Unjustifiable under the WTO

W Zhou & Q Kong, "Why Australia’s Huawei Ban is Unjustifiable under the WTO", CGTN, 29 April 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
Chinese International Business Law

WTO Decision Reflects Failure of U.S. Trade Protectionism

W Zhou & Q Kong, "WTO Decision Reflects Failure of U.S. Trade Protectionism", CGTN, 7 April 2019. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Economic Law

WTO would be hard to help in the case of Australian barley tariffs

W Zhou, "澳洲若向世贸组织上诉中国对大麦加税 '远水救不了近火'", interviewed by L Chen, SBS Mandarin, 25 May 2020. Available here

Dr.
Weihuan
Zhou
International Trade Law

Dr. Lu Wang Wang Lu Dr.

Journal Article

Comparative Law Scholarship in China in 2014

L Wang, "Comparative Law Scholarship in China in 2014", (2015)3(2) The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, pp. 390 - 407. Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
International and Comparative Law

Comparative Law Scholarship in China in 2015

L Wang & J Wang, "Comparative Law Scholarship in China in 2015", (2016)4(2) The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, pp. 327 - 346. Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
International and Comparative Law

Introduction to the Special Focus Issue on State-Owned Enterprises

L Wang & N Gallagher, "Introduction to the Special Focus Issue on State-Owned Enterprises", (2016)31(1) ICSID Review, pp. 1 - 4. Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
International Investment law

Non-Discrimination Treatment of State-Owned Enterprise Investors in International Investment Agreements?

L Wang, "Non-Discrimination Treatment of State-Owned Enterprise Investors in International Investment Agreements?", (2016) 31(1) ICSID Review, pp. 45 - 57. Available here 

Dr.
Lu
Wang
International Investment law

State Controlled Entities as Qualified "Investors": Implications for the Pacific Region Investment Treaty Making

L Wang, "State Controlled Entities as Qualified 'Investors': Implications for the Pacific Region Investment Treaty Making", (2015) Transnational Dispute Management 1 in The Pacific Rim and International Economic Law: Opportunities and Risks of the Pacific Century. Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
International Investment law

The China-EU BIT and the Emerging 'Global BIT 2.0'

W Shan & L Wang, "The China-EU BIT and the Emerging 'Global BIT 2.0'', (2015)30(1) ICSID Review, pp. 260 - 267. Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
International Investment law

Book Chapter

China's Bilateral Investment Treaties

H Wang & L Wang, “China's Bilateral Investment Treaties”, in J Chaisse, L Choukroune & S Jusoh (eds.) Handbook of International Investment Law and Policy, (Springer, forthcoming 2021). Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
,
Professor
Heng
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Investment law

Chinese SOE Investments and the National Security Protection under IIAs

L 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). Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
Chinese International Business Law, International Investment law

The Definition of "Investment": Recent Developments and Lingering Issues

W Shan & L Wang, "The Definition of 'Investment': Recent Developments and Lingering Issues" in J Kalicki and M A Raouf (eds.), ICCA Congress Series No. 20 "Evolution and Adaptation: The Future of International Arbitration" (Wolters Kluwer, 2019). Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
International Investment law

Conference Presentation

Reforming ISDS in the Context of Globalisation of State-Owned Enterprises

L Wang, "Reforming ISDS in the Context of Globalisation of State-Owned Enterprises", presented at 2019 Euro-Asia Economic Forum, Xi'an, China, 10 September 2019.

Dr.
Lu
Wang
International Investment law

In the Media

China’s proposed law on foreign investment: Will the new law be welcoming enough for investors?

L Wang & D Healey, "China’s proposed law on foreign investment: Will the new law be welcoming enough for investors?", APPS Policy Forum, 4 March 2019. Available here

Dr.
Lu
Wang
,
Professor
Deborah
Healey
Chinese and International Competition Law, International Investment law

Associate Professor Emma Armson Armson Emma Associate Professor

Journal Article

"Truth in Takeovers" for Substantial Holders

E Armson, "'Truth in Takeovers' for Substantial Holders", (2019)36 (6) Company and Securities Law Journal, pp. 464-480. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International Corporate Law and Takeover

Certainty in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel

E Armson, "Certainty in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel", (2016)38 The Sydney Law Review, pp. 369 - 401. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International Corporate Law and Takeover

Flexibility in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel

E Armson, "Flexibility in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel", (2017) vol. 40, University of New South Wales Law Journal, pp. 460 - 492. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International Corporate Law and Takeover

Speed in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel

E Armson, "Speed in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel", (2017)35 Company and Securities Law Journal, pp. 352 - 368. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International Corporate Law and Takeover

"Truth in Takeovers" for Substantial Holders

E Armson, "'Truth in Takeovers' for Substantial Holders", (2019)36 (6) Company and Securities Law Journal, pp. 464-480. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International Corporate Law and Takeover

Certainty in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel

E Armson, "Certainty in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel", (2016)38 The Sydney Law Review, pp. 369 - 401. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International Corporate Law and Takeover

Flexibility in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel

E Armson, "Flexibility in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel", (2017) vol. 40, University of New South Wales Law Journal, pp. 460 - 492. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International Corporate Law and Takeover

Speed in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel

E Armson, "Speed in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel", (2017)35 Company and Securities Law Journal, pp. 352 - 368. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International Corporate Law and Takeover

Book Chapter

Assessing the Performance of Takeover Panels: A Comparative Study

E Armson, 'Assessing the Performance of Takeover Panels: A Comparative Study', in U Varottil & W Y Wan (eds.) Comparative Takeover Regulation: Global and Asian Perspectives, (Cambridge University Press, 2018), pp. 134 - 162. Also [2018] UNSWLRS 29. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International and Comparative Law, International Corporate Law and Takeover

Mergers and Acquisitions

E Armson & U Varottil, "Mergers and Acquisitions", in S Star (ed.), Australia and India - A Comparative Overview of the Law and Legal Practice (Universal Law Publishing, India, 2016), pp. 99 - 120. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International and Comparative Law, International Corporate Law and Takeover

Assessing the Performance of Takeover Panels: A Comparative Study

E Armson, 'Assessing the Performance of Takeover Panels: A Comparative Study', in U Varottil & W Y Wan (eds.) Comparative Takeover Regulation: Global and Asian Perspectives, (Cambridge University Press, 2018), pp. 134 - 162. Also [2018] UNSWLRS 29. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International and Comparative Law, International Corporate Law and Takeover

Mergers and Acquisitions

E Armson & U Varottil, "Mergers and Acquisitions", in S Star (ed.), Australia and India - A Comparative Overview of the Law and Legal Practice (Universal Law Publishing, India, 2016), pp. 99 - 120. Available here

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International and Comparative Law, International Corporate Law and Takeover

Conference Presentation

Approaches to Takeover Panels in Asia

E Armson, "Approaches to Takeover Panels in Asia", presented at UNSW - Tsinghua Law Workshop, UNSW, Sydney, 30 April 2019.

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International Corporate Law and Takeover

Approaches to Takeover Panels in Asia

E Armson, "Approaches to Takeover Panels in Asia", presented at UNSW - Tsinghua Law Workshop, UNSW, Sydney, 30 April 2019.

Associate Professor
Emma
Armson
International Corporate Law and Takeover

Professor Leon Trakman Trakman Leon Professor

Journal Article

Aligning State Sovereignty with Transnational Public Policy

L Trakman, "Aligning State Sovereignty with Transnational Public Policy", (2018) 93(2) Tulane Law Review 207; UNSW Law Research Paper No. 18-89. Available here

Professor
Leon
Trakman
International Commercial Arbitration

Domestic Courts Declining to Recognize and Enforce Foreign Arbitral Awards: A Comparative Reflection

L Trakman, "Domestic Courts Declining to Recognize and Enforce Foreign Arbitral Awards: A Comparative Reflection", (2018)6(2) The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, pp. 174–227. Available here 

Professor
Leon
Trakman
International Commercial Arbitration

Book Chapter

Investor-State Arbitration in China: A Comparative Perspective

L Trakman, Q Liu & L Chen, "Investor-State Arbitration in China: A Comparative Perspective" in L Chen and A Janssen (eds.) Dispute Resolution in China, Europe and World (Springer, 2020), pp 231-261. Available here

Professor
Leon
Trakman
International Commercial Arbitration, International Dispute Settlement, International Investment law

Resolving the Tension Between State Sovereignty and Liberalizing Investor-State Disputes: China’s Dilemma

L Trakman, "Resolving the Tension Between State Sovereignty and Liberalizing Investor-State Disputes: China’s Dilemma" in  J Chaisse, L Choukroune & S Jusoh (eds.) Handbook of International Investment Law and Policy, (Springer, Singapore, forthcoming 2021). Available here

Professor
Leon
Trakman
International Commercial Arbitration, International Dispute Settlement, International Investment law, International Trade Law

Associate Professor Alexandra George George Alexandra Associate Professor

Journal Article

Just Keep Calm & Carry On: The Impact of Brexit on Intellectual Property Laws in Britain and the European Union

A George, "Just Keep Calm & Carry On: The Impact of Brexit on Intellectual Property Laws in Britain and the European Union", (2017)1(1) Journal of Intellectual Property Studies, pp.90 - 130. Available here

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Restructuring Intellectual Property Jurisdiction Post-Brexit: Strategic Considerations for the European Union and Britain

A George, “Restructuring Intellectual Property Jurisdiction Post-Brexit: Strategic Considerations for the European Union and Britain”, (2017)43(1) Brooklyn Journal of International Law, pp.131-189. Available here

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

The Metaphysics of Intellectual Property

A George, "The Metaphysics of Intellectual Property", (2015)Vol. 7 The WIPO Journal: analysis and debate of global intellectual property issues, pp. 16 - 28. Available here

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Transcending Territoriality: International Cooperation and Harmonization in Intellectual Property Enforcement & Dispute Resolution

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

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law, International Dispute Settlement

Just Keep Calm & Carry On: The Impact of Brexit on Intellectual Property Laws in Britain and the European Union

A George, "Just Keep Calm & Carry On: The Impact of Brexit on Intellectual Property Laws in Britain and the European Union", (2017)1(1) Journal of Intellectual Property Studies, pp.90 - 130. Available here

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Restructuring Intellectual Property Jurisdiction Post-Brexit: Strategic Considerations for the European Union and Britain

A George, “Restructuring Intellectual Property Jurisdiction Post-Brexit: Strategic Considerations for the European Union and Britain”, (2017)43(1) Brooklyn Journal of International Law, pp.131-189. Available here

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

The Metaphysics of Intellectual Property

A George, "The Metaphysics of Intellectual Property", (2015)Vol. 7 The WIPO Journal: analysis and debate of global intellectual property issues, pp. 16 - 28. Available here

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Transcending Territoriality: International Cooperation and Harmonization in Intellectual Property Enforcement & Dispute Resolution

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

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law, International Dispute Settlement

Conference Presentation

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Intellectual Property Disputes: A Solution to Jurisdictional Challenges?

A George "Alternative Dispute Resolution in Intellectual Property Disputes: A Solution to Jurisdictional Challenges?", presented at 13th Annual Works-in-Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium (WIPIP), University of Washington School of Law, Seattle, USA, 19 - 20 February 2016.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law, International Dispute Settlement

Brexit & Intellectual Property Law: Implications for Australia

A George, "Brexit & Intellectual Property Law: Implications for Australia", presented at The Australia-European Union Free Trade Agreement and Brexit Symposium, QUT, Brisbane, 26 July 2018.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Catching Pirates: Copyright, Extradition & Human Rights

A George, "Catching Pirates: Copyright, Extradition & Human Rights", presented at HKU-UNSW Symposium, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2 March 2018.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

China’s FinTech Disruption: Intellectual Property’s Role in the Revolution

A George, "China’s FinTech Disruption: Intellectual Property’s Role in the Revolution", presented at Works-in-Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium (WIPIP), University of Houston Law Center, Houston, USA, 08-09 February 2019.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Embedding Emerging Practice Technologies in Law Teaching

A George, "Embedding Emerging Practice Technologies in Law Teaching", presented at The Future of Australian Legal Education Conference, Sydney, 11-13 August 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Extradition and Overseas Prison Time: A Developing Trend in the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws?

A George, "Extradition and Overseas Prison Time: A Developing Trend in the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws?", presented at International Law Association Conference, International Law Association, Sydney, 19 - 24 August 2018.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Globalising Jurisdiction: New Developments in Cross-Territorial Protection of Intellectual Property

A George, "Globalising Jurisdiction: New Developments in Cross-Territorial Protection of Intellectual Property", presented at 7th Annual Conference on Innovation and Communications Law, Xiamen University, Fujian, China, 6-7 July 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Human Rights & the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws

A George, "Human Rights & the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws", presented at Colloquium on Social Responsibility of IP Rights Holders, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa, 2 October 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Indigenous Knowledge and Social Systems: A Case Study of Customary ‘Copyright’ in the South Pacific'

A George, "Indigenous Knowledge and Social Systems: A Case Study of Customary ‘Copyright’ in the South Pacific'", presented at Law and Society Association 2015 Annual Meeting, Seattle, USA, 27 - 31 May 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property in a Globalized World: Overcoming Jurisdictional Impediments to Cross-Border Enforcement

A George, "Intellectual Property in a Globalized World: Overcoming Jurisdictional Impediments to Cross-Border Enforcement", presented at 4th Asia Pacific Intellectual Property Forum, University of Washington School of Law, Seattle, USA, 18 February 2016.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property Law as a Knowledge System: Law Reform Lessons from Indigenous Societies

A George, "Intellectual Property Law as a Knowledge System: Law Reform Lessons from Indigenous Societies", presented at ATRIP Congress 2015: Intellectual Property in Action in Society: New Perspectives from the North, the South and the Cloud, Cape Town, South Africa, 27 - 30 September 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property Laws in an AI Future: A Metaphysical Approach

A George, "Intellectual Property Laws in an AI Future: A Metaphysical Approach", presented at Bracing for Impact: The Artificial Intelligence Challenge, Osgoode Hall, Toronto, 2 February 2018.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Materializing the Immaterial: Intellectual Property Law as a Mechanism for Commodification

A George, "Materializing the Immaterial: Intellectual Property Law as a Mechanism for Commodification", presented at Law and Society Association 2017 Annual Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico, 20 - 23 June 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Mind Downloads & Intellectual Property Futurism

A George, "Mind Downloads & Intellectual Property Futurism", presented at Law and Society Association 2016 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, 2-5 June 2016.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Sci-Tech Disruption and Intellectual Property: A Metaphysical Approach to the Future of Intellectual Property Laws

A George, "Sci-Tech Disruption and Intellectual Property: A Metaphysical Approach to the Future of Intellectual Property Laws", presented at 1st Future of Law Conference “The Internet of Things, Smart Contracts and Intelligent Machines”, Singapore Management University, Singapore, 26 - 27 October 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Spiritual Property: Indigenous Knowledge Systems in an Intellectual Property Environment

 A George, "Spiritual Property: Indigenous Knowledge Systems in an Intellectual Property Environment", presented at Works-in-Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium (WIPIP) 2015, USPTO, Alexandria, VA, USA, 6-7 February 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Testing Boundaries? Protecting Intellectual Property Interests Across National Borders

A George, "Testing Boundaries? Protecting Intellectual Property Interests Across National Borders", presented at UNSW-HKU Law Symposium, UNSW, Sydney, 4-5 December 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

The (Im)Possibility of Reconciling Indigenous and Western ‘Intellectual Property’ Laws

A George, "The (Im)Possibility of Reconciling Indigenous and Western ‘Intellectual Property’ Laws", presented at Copyright Symposium 2017, Sydney, 12 - 13 October 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Transcending Geography: Trends Towards the Globalization of Intellectual Property Enforcement

A George, "Transcending Geography: Trends Towards the Globalization of Intellectual Property Enforcement", presented at European Policy for Intellectual Property (EPIP), Bordeaux, France, 4-6 September 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Transcending Territoriality: International Intellectual Property Enforcement & Dispute Resolution in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

A Geroge, "Transcending Territoriality: International Intellectual Property Enforcement & Dispute Resolution in the Fourth Industrial Revolution", presented at Tsinghua-UNSW Workshop, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 27 September 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Transported for Stealing Copyright? Extradition as a Tool for the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws

A George, "Transported for Stealing Copyright? Extradition as a Tool for the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws", presented at Institute for Intellectual Property & Information Law Seminar, University of Houston Law Center, Houston, USA, 6 February 2019.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Uncle Sam Wants You! Extradition to the US in Copyright Cases

A George, "Uncle Sam Wants You! Extradition to the US in Copyright Cases", presented at Law and Society Association 2018 Annual Meeting, Toronto, 10 June 2018.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Intellectual Property Disputes: A Solution to Jurisdictional Challenges?

A George "Alternative Dispute Resolution in Intellectual Property Disputes: A Solution to Jurisdictional Challenges?", presented at 13th Annual Works-in-Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium (WIPIP), University of Washington School of Law, Seattle, USA, 19 - 20 February 2016.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law, International Dispute Settlement

Brexit & Intellectual Property Law: Implications for Australia

A George, "Brexit & Intellectual Property Law: Implications for Australia", presented at The Australia-European Union Free Trade Agreement and Brexit Symposium, QUT, Brisbane, 26 July 2018.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Catching Pirates: Copyright, Extradition & Human Rights

A George, "Catching Pirates: Copyright, Extradition & Human Rights", presented at HKU-UNSW Symposium, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2 March 2018.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

China’s FinTech Disruption: Intellectual Property’s Role in the Revolution

A George, "China’s FinTech Disruption: Intellectual Property’s Role in the Revolution", presented at Works-in-Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium (WIPIP), University of Houston Law Center, Houston, USA, 08-09 February 2019.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Embedding Emerging Practice Technologies in Law Teaching

A George, "Embedding Emerging Practice Technologies in Law Teaching", presented at The Future of Australian Legal Education Conference, Sydney, 11-13 August 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Extradition and Overseas Prison Time: A Developing Trend in the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws?

A George, "Extradition and Overseas Prison Time: A Developing Trend in the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws?", presented at International Law Association Conference, International Law Association, Sydney, 19 - 24 August 2018.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Globalising Jurisdiction: New Developments in Cross-Territorial Protection of Intellectual Property

A George, "Globalising Jurisdiction: New Developments in Cross-Territorial Protection of Intellectual Property", presented at 7th Annual Conference on Innovation and Communications Law, Xiamen University, Fujian, China, 6-7 July 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Human Rights & the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws

A George, "Human Rights & the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws", presented at Colloquium on Social Responsibility of IP Rights Holders, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa, 2 October 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Indigenous Knowledge and Social Systems: A Case Study of Customary ‘Copyright’ in the South Pacific'

A George, "Indigenous Knowledge and Social Systems: A Case Study of Customary ‘Copyright’ in the South Pacific'", presented at Law and Society Association 2015 Annual Meeting, Seattle, USA, 27 - 31 May 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property in a Globalized World: Overcoming Jurisdictional Impediments to Cross-Border Enforcement

A George, "Intellectual Property in a Globalized World: Overcoming Jurisdictional Impediments to Cross-Border Enforcement", presented at 4th Asia Pacific Intellectual Property Forum, University of Washington School of Law, Seattle, USA, 18 February 2016.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property Law as a Knowledge System: Law Reform Lessons from Indigenous Societies

A George, "Intellectual Property Law as a Knowledge System: Law Reform Lessons from Indigenous Societies", presented at ATRIP Congress 2015: Intellectual Property in Action in Society: New Perspectives from the North, the South and the Cloud, Cape Town, South Africa, 27 - 30 September 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property Laws in an AI Future: A Metaphysical Approach

A George, "Intellectual Property Laws in an AI Future: A Metaphysical Approach", presented at Bracing for Impact: The Artificial Intelligence Challenge, Osgoode Hall, Toronto, 2 February 2018.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Materializing the Immaterial: Intellectual Property Law as a Mechanism for Commodification

A George, "Materializing the Immaterial: Intellectual Property Law as a Mechanism for Commodification", presented at Law and Society Association 2017 Annual Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico, 20 - 23 June 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Mind Downloads & Intellectual Property Futurism

A George, "Mind Downloads & Intellectual Property Futurism", presented at Law and Society Association 2016 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, 2-5 June 2016.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Sci-Tech Disruption and Intellectual Property: A Metaphysical Approach to the Future of Intellectual Property Laws

A George, "Sci-Tech Disruption and Intellectual Property: A Metaphysical Approach to the Future of Intellectual Property Laws", presented at 1st Future of Law Conference “The Internet of Things, Smart Contracts and Intelligent Machines”, Singapore Management University, Singapore, 26 - 27 October 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Spiritual Property: Indigenous Knowledge Systems in an Intellectual Property Environment

 A George, "Spiritual Property: Indigenous Knowledge Systems in an Intellectual Property Environment", presented at Works-in-Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium (WIPIP) 2015, USPTO, Alexandria, VA, USA, 6-7 February 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Testing Boundaries? Protecting Intellectual Property Interests Across National Borders

A George, "Testing Boundaries? Protecting Intellectual Property Interests Across National Borders", presented at UNSW-HKU Law Symposium, UNSW, Sydney, 4-5 December 2015.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

The (Im)Possibility of Reconciling Indigenous and Western ‘Intellectual Property’ Laws

A George, "The (Im)Possibility of Reconciling Indigenous and Western ‘Intellectual Property’ Laws", presented at Copyright Symposium 2017, Sydney, 12 - 13 October 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Transcending Geography: Trends Towards the Globalization of Intellectual Property Enforcement

A George, "Transcending Geography: Trends Towards the Globalization of Intellectual Property Enforcement", presented at European Policy for Intellectual Property (EPIP), Bordeaux, France, 4-6 September 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Transcending Territoriality: International Intellectual Property Enforcement & Dispute Resolution in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

A Geroge, "Transcending Territoriality: International Intellectual Property Enforcement & Dispute Resolution in the Fourth Industrial Revolution", presented at Tsinghua-UNSW Workshop, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 27 September 2017.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Transported for Stealing Copyright? Extradition as a Tool for the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws

A George, "Transported for Stealing Copyright? Extradition as a Tool for the Cross-Border Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws", presented at Institute for Intellectual Property & Information Law Seminar, University of Houston Law Center, Houston, USA, 6 February 2019.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Uncle Sam Wants You! Extradition to the US in Copyright Cases

A George, "Uncle Sam Wants You! Extradition to the US in Copyright Cases", presented at Law and Society Association 2018 Annual Meeting, Toronto, 10 June 2018.

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Report

Submission concerning Digital Assets upon Death or Incapacity to the Law Reform Commission

A George, Submission concerning Digital Assets upon Death or Incapacity to the Law Reform Commission NSW, 2018. Available here

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Submission to Copyright Modernization Consultation

M Wang, L Bennett Moses & A George, Submission to Copyright Modernization Consultation, 2018. Available here

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Submission concerning Digital Assets upon Death or Incapacity to the Law Reform Commission

A George, Submission concerning Digital Assets upon Death or Incapacity to the Law Reform Commission NSW, 2018. Available here

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law

Submission to Copyright Modernization Consultation

M Wang, L Bennett Moses & A George, Submission to Copyright Modernization Consultation, 2018. Available here

Associate Professor
Alexandra
George
Intellectual Property Law