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Publications

Understanding China’s Growing Influence in Global Data Governance

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie and Thomas Streinz
Published in: U.S.-Asia Law Institute: USALI Perspectives, Issue 1 (18), 2021
Publisher: U.S.-Asia Law Institute

Chinese Law and Development: Implications for US Rule of Law Programs

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: 2022-23 Wilson China Fellowship: Understanding China Amid Change and Competition, 2023
Publisher: Kissinger Institute on China and the United States

The Emergence of Inter-Asian Law: Normative Origins, Trajectories, and Contours

Author(s): Matthew Erie and Ching-Fu Lin
Published in: Oxford Business Law Blog, 2023
Publisher: Oxford Business Law Blog

Archipelagos of Chinese Law

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: European Chinese Law Research Hub, 2021
Publisher: European Chinese Law Research Hub

China’s Influence in Global Data Governance Explained: The Beijing Effect

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie and Thomas Streinz
Published in: CUHK Law: Machine Lawyering, 2021
Publisher: CUHK Law

Update on the China International Commercial Court

Author(s): Matthew S Erie
Published in: OpinioJuris, 2019
Publisher: OpinioJuris

Introducing the ‘China, Law and Development’ Project: Analyzing China’s Impact on Cross-Border Legal and Regulatory Order

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: Oxford Business Law Blog, 2019
Publisher: Faculty of Law, University of Oxford

Update on the China International Commercial Court

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: CLD Research Brief, 2019
Publisher: CLD project

Viewing the “Arrangement Concerning Mutual Assistance in Court-ordered Interim Measures in Aid of Arbitral Proceedings by the Courts of the Mainland and of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region” as a Window onto the New Legal Hubs

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: Conflictoflaws.net, 2019
Publisher: Conflictoflaws.net

China’s Mediation Revolution? Opportunities and Challenges of the Singapore Mediation Convention

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie and Peter H Corne
Published in: OpinioJuris, 2019
Publisher: OpinioJuris

COVID-19 vs. BRI

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: CLD Research Brief, 2020
Publisher: University of Oxford

The China Question: International Commercial Courts between London and Beijing

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: Commercial Courts Report 2020, 2020, Page(s) 4
Publisher: Portland

Just working for wood: life inside Tajikistan’s silk industry

Author(s): Irna Hofman
Published in: Open Democracy, 2022
Publisher: Open Democracy

A Brief History of Pakistan–China Legal Relations

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: Made in China, Issue 6 (2), 2021
Publisher: Made in China Journal

In the Interstices of Patriarchal Order: Spaces of Female Agency in Chinese–Tajik Labor Encounters

Author(s): Irna Hofman
Published in: Made in China, Issue 6 (2), 2021
Publisher: Made in China Journal

Legal Systems Inside Out: American Legal Exceptionalism and China's Dream of Legal Cosmopolitanism

Author(s): Matthew S Erie
Published in: U. Penn J. International Law, Issue 44 (3), 2022, ISSN 1086-7872
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania

Introduction to the Symposium on Legal Dimensions of Chinese Globalization: China and Global Health Governance

Author(s): Matthew S Erie
Published in: The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, Issue 8/2, 2020, Page(s) 281-303, ISSN 2050-4802
Publisher: Oxford University Press
DOI: 10.1093/cjcl/cxaa029

China and Islamic Finance: Past, Present, and Future

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: Transnational Dispute Management Journal, Issue 6, 2022, ISSN 1875-4120
Publisher: Transnational Dispute Management

Civilisation on Pause – Introduction to special issue ‘China's Global Capital and the Coronavirus: Views from Comparative Law and Regulation’

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: Asian Journal of Comparative Law, Issue 18, 2023, Page(s) 1-17, ISSN 1932-0205
Publisher: Berkeley Electronic Press
DOI: 10.1017/asjcl.2022.32

The future of foreign arbitration in the People’s Republic of China: current developments and challenges ahead

Author(s): Matthew S Erie, Monika Prusinowska
Published in: Asia Pacific Law Review, 2021, Page(s) 1-20, ISSN 1019-2557
Publisher: LexisNexis
DOI: 10.1080/10192557.2020.1866799

Trials of trustworthiness between Ethiopian lawyers and Chinese clients

Author(s): Miriam Driessen
Published in: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, Issue 45 (2), 2022, Page(s) 274-289, ISSN 1081-6976
Publisher: Wiley - VCH Verlag GmbH &Co. KGaA
DOI: 10.1111/plar.12509

Law and Development Minus Legal Transplants: The Example of China in Vietnam

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie, Do Hai Ha
Published in: Asian Journal of Law and Society, Issue 7 (3), 2021, Page(s) 1-30, ISSN 2052-9015
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
DOI: 10.1017/als.2020.46

Chinese Law and Development

Author(s): Matthew S Erie
Published in: Harvard International Law Journal, Issue 62 (1), 2021, Page(s) 51-115, ISSN 2153-2494
Publisher: Harvard University

PROPERTY AS NATIONAL SECURITY

Author(s): Matthew S Erie
Published in: Wisconsin Law review, 2023, ISSN 1943-1120
Publisher: Wisconsin Law Review

The Normative Anthropologist

Author(s): Matthew Erie
Published in: Alabama Law Review, Issue 4, 2022, ISSN 0002-4279
Publisher: Alabama Law Review

"The Beijing Effect: China's ""Digital Silk Road"" as Transnational Data Governance"

Author(s): Matthew Erie & Thomas Streinz
Published in: New York University of International law and Politics, 2021, ISSN 0028-7873
Publisher: New York University

The soft power of Chinese law

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, Issue 61, 2022, ISSN 0010-1931
Publisher: Columbia Journal of Transnational Law Association

A comparison of inbound and outbound investment regulatory regimes in China: focus on environmental protection

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie & Jingjing Zhang
Published in: China and the WTO A Twenty-Year Assessment, Issue September 2023, 2023, Page(s) 429 - 451, ISBN 9781009291781
Publisher: CUP

The Problem of Method in the Study of Transnational Dispute Resolution

Author(s): Matthew S. Erie
Published in: Comparative and Transnational Dispute Resolution, 2023, ISBN 9780429354625
Publisher: Routledge
DOI: 10.4324/9780429354625

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