Associate Professor Weihuan Zhou was invited by Hinrich Foundation to discuss a new report titled ‘Corporate Subsidies by China, the EU, and the US: Time for Reforms’ co-authored by Prof Simon Evenett and Johannes Fritz.
CIBEL member Associate Professor Kun Fan recently presented on ‘Digitalization of Dispute Resolution in China’ at the 2021 Nordic-Asia Forum for International Economic Law in Copenhagen on 11 November.
Associate Professor Weihuan Zhou‘s latest co-edited book, titled ‘Rethinking, Repackaging, and Rescuing World Trade Law in the Post-Pandemic Era’ explores the ways to 'rethink', 'repackage' and 'rescue' world trade law in the (post-)COVID-19 era.
CIBEL is pleased to announce that one of our PhD candidates Dany Xie has won the 2021 Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration Essay Competition (ACICA) with her essay titled ‘lura Novit Curia and Due Process’.
CIBEL member Emeritus Professor Trakman released a chapter on ‘Resolving the Tension Between State Sovereignty and Liberalizing Investor-State Disputes: China’s Dilemma’ in the Handbook of International Investment Law and Policy.
It might have come as a surprise to some, but China's formal application last week to join the Comprehensive Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership is a chance to rethink Beijing's involvement in regional trade.