This edited volume presents fresh empirical research on the emerging outcomes of Chinas law reforms. The chapters examine Chinas going out policy by addressing the ways in which the underpinning legal reforms enable China to pursue its core interests and broad international responsibilities as a rising power. The contributors consider Chinas civil and commercial law reforms against the economic backdrop of an outflow of Chinese capital into strategic assets outside her own borders. This movement of capital has become an intriguing phenomenon for both ongoing economic reform and its largely unheralded underpinning law reforms. The contributors ask probing questions about doing business with China and highlight the astonishing escalation of Chinas outbound foreign direct investment (OFDI).
Law and Policy for Chinas Market Socialism includes contributions from leading China-law scholars and specialist practitioners from the Peoples Republic of China, Hong Kong, the United States, the United Kingdom and other countries who all extend the examination of powerful influences on Chinas law reforms into new areas. Given the forecast for the growth of Chinas domestic market, those wishing to gain a better understanding and seeking success in the worlds most dynamic marketplace will benefit greatly from reading this book.
This book is essential reading for anyone interested in Chinese economics and business, Chinese Law, Chinese politics and commercial law.