Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & CONTEXTUALIZING LEGAL NORMS—A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL VIEW OF THE 2014 LEGAL CAPITAL REFORM IN CHINA. European Business Organisation Law Review
  2. The Cogs and Wheels of Reflexive Law - Business Disclosure under the Modern Slavery Act. Journal of Law and Society 43(3), 327-359.
  3. The Ideals and Reality of a Legal Transplant: The Veil-Piercing Doctrine in China. Stanford Journal of International Law 50(2)
  4. & The Legitimacy of Unsecured Creditor Protection through the Lens of Corporate Social Responsibility. Journal of Business Law 8, 868-898.
  5. The Archilles Heel that Hobbles the Asian Giant - The Legal and Cultural Impediments to Antibribery Initiatives in China. American Business Law Journal 50(3), 483-541.
  6. Less is More - A Critical View of Further EU Action Towards a Harmonised Corporate Governance Framework in the Wake of the Crisis. Washington University Global Studies Law Review 12, 41-93.
  7. Revisiting the Corporate Objective through the Economic Lens. International Company and Commercial Law Review 8, 302-317.
  8. & Gift Giving, Guanxi and Confucianism in a Harmonious Society: What Chinese Law could Learn from English Law on Aspects of Directors’ Duties. Company Lawyer, 381-388.
  9. The Magnitude of Shareholder Value as the Overriding Objective in the UK - The Post-Crisis Perspective. Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation 26(7), 325-338.
  10. & Exploring the Rationale of Enlightened Shareholder Value in the Realm of UK Company Law – The Path Dependence Perspective. International Trade and Business Law Review XIV, 153-173.
  11. & Promoting Stakeholders' Interests in the Unique Chinese Corporate Governance Model. International Company and Commercial Law Review 21(11), 373-385.
  12. & Revisiting the Scope of a Scheme of Arrangement - Insights Derived from Lehman. Bankers Law 3(3), 20-28.
  13. & Corporate Governance and the Financial Crisis: Did the Theories Stand the Test?. Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 25(10), 612-617.
  14. Institutional Investor Activism on Socially Responsible Investment: Effects and Expectations. Business Ethics: A European Review 18(3), 308-333.

Books

  1. Shareholder Primacy and Corporate Governance: Legal Aspects, Practices, and Future Directions. Routledge.