China-EU Law Journal
The China-EU Law Journal (CELJ) is a peer-reviewed publication that brings together Chinese, European and international perspectives on law.
The range of coverage extends to Chinese law, European legal developments of significance to China; legal aspects of China-European Union relations and perspectives on China and Europe in a globalizing world.
CELJ presents comparative and interdisciplinary research, including studies on Chinese law from a European perspective, and examinations of European law from a Chinese perspective. In addition to articles presenting research findings, CELJ publishes reports and book reviews.
Fighting against climate change and for fair trade: finding the EU’s interest in the solar panels dispute with China
Coraline Goron (March 2018)
Climate change and trade: challenges and lingering questions on the relationship between renewable energy subsidies and WTO disciplines
Bankruptcy stigma and the second chance policy: the impact of bankruptcy stigma on business restructurings in China, Europe and the United States
Tibor Tajti (November 2017)
- Journal Title
- China-EU Law Journal
- Volume 1 / 2013 - Volume 5 / 2016
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- Online ISSN
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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