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.
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)
Ilaria Espa (June 2017)
Reconstructing the power of price supervision and inspection in the sense of competition law: from the perspective of the Swiss Price Regulation Act
Zhao Tianshu (March 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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