Economic Analysis of Law in China

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Thomas Eger, Michael G. Faure, Naigen Zhang
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2007 - Law - 324 pages
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This book is an exemplary multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional study of contemporary Chinese law. A collective effort by a group of European and Chinese scholars, it skillfully tests the relationships between law and economics in the Chinese context
 

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Contents

1 A comparison of Chinese and Europeanstyle federalism from a law and economics perspective
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2 The road to efficient taxation in China
29
3 Legal pluralism in the governance of transitional China
55
PART II Specific aspects of the Chinese legal system from an economic perspective
75
4 The economics of competition policy and the draft of the Chinese competition law
77
what does the theory teach China?
112
6 Regulatory arrangements and incentives for opportunistic behaviour
151
7 Special treatment ST firms and administrative governance of capital markets in China
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PART III China in the world economy
237
10 Intellectual property law and policy and economic development with special reference to China
239
11 Economic analysis of compensation for oil pollution damage in China
272
PART IV Concluding remarks
305
12 Conclusions Thomas Eger Michael Faure and Zhang Naigen
307
Index
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