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Volume 18, Issue 4 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law

Introduction (PDF)

Ann Elizabeth Mayer

1153

An Emerging Consensus on Controlling Corruption (PDF)

Nancy Zucker Boswell

1165

Ethical Guidelines for the Reform of State-Owned Enterprises in China (PDF)

Georges Enderle

1177

“Sullivan-Type” Principles for U.S. Multinationals in Emerging Economies (PDF)

Richard T. De George

1193

Actualizing the Developmental Response of Multinational Corporations: The Case of Agribusiness in the Mexican Countrysides (PDF)

William P. Glade & Lee A. Tavi

1211

The Viability of Transplanted Law: Kazakhstani Reception of a Transplanted Foreign Investment Code (PDF)

Philip M. Nichols

1235

Business Ethics in a Transforming Economy: Applying the Integrative Social Contracts Theory to Russia (PDF)

Sheila M. Puffer & Daniel J. McCarthy

1281

 

Volume 18, Issue 3 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law

Essay

INCOTERMS: Facilitating Trade in the Asian Pacific (PDF)

William V. Roth, Jr. & William V. Roth III

731
Articles

A Modest Proposal: Statehood and Sovereignty in a Global Age (PDF)

Celia R. Taylor

745

Hong Kong’s Endgame and the Rule of Law (I1): The Battle over “the People” and the Business Community in the Transition to Chinese Rule (PDF)

Jacques deLisle & Kevin P. Lane

811
Comments

The Economic Future of Afghan Women: The Interaction Between Islamic Law and Muslim Culture (PDF)

Kathryn J. Webber

1049

Avoiding the “Nature-Purpose” Distinction: Redefining an International Commercial Act of State (PDF)

Howard J. Lager

1085

The Federal Government’s War on Economic Espionage (PDF)

Darren S. Tucker

1109

 

Volume 18, Issue 2 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law

Symposium

Foreword (PDF)

Carol M. Browner

447
Essays

Linking Our Land and Our Liberty (PDF)

Senator Rick Santorum

455

Can Emissions Trading Work Beyond a National Program?: Some Practical Observations on the Available Tools (PDF)

Jeffrey C. Fort & Cynthia A. Faur

463

Environmental Insurance as a Policy Enforcement Tool in Developing Countries (PDF)

Paul K. Freeman

477
Articles

Protecting the Environment: Finding the Balance Between Delaney and Free Play (PDF)

Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr. & Howard Kunreuther

487

Models and Metaphors for Encouraging Responsible Private Management of Transboundary Toxic Substances Risk: Toward a Theory of International Incentive-Based Environmental Experimentation (PDF)

Robert F. Blomquist

507

The International Environmental Management Standard, ISO 14000: A Non-Tariff Barrier or a Step to an Emerging Global Environmental Policy? (PDF)

Paula C. Murray

577

Stop the World, We Want Our Own Labels: Treaties, State Voter Initiative Laws, and Federal Pre-emption (PDF)

James T. O’Reilly

617
Comments

Sealing the Conceptual Cracks in the SEC’s Environmental Disclosure Rules: A Risk Communication Approach (PDF)

Steven L. Bray

655

International Emissions Trading: Equity Issues in the Search for Market-Based Solutions to Global Environmental Degradation (PDF)

Tanya L. Forsheit

689

 

Volume 18, Issue 1 - Published as University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law

Advisory Board (PDF)

 
1997 SYMPOSIUM - From British Colony to Chinese Special Administrative Region: Implications for Hong Kong’s Economy and the Rule of Law

Editors’ Note (PDF)

1
Essays

The Legal System of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (PDF)

The Honorable J.F. Mathews, C.M.G., J.P.

3

The Rule of Law in Hong Kong: Some Implications for U.S. Policy (PDF)

Dick Thornburgh

15

For Hong Kong’s Smooth Transition, Stability and Prosperity (PDF)

Yu Shuning

25

Financial Legal Institutions in Hong Kong’s Transition (PDF)

Anthony Neoh, Q.C.

31

Hong Kong-China Legal Synergy in the Run-up to and Beyond 1997 (PDF)

Daniel R. Fung, Q.C., J.P.

41

Hong Kong 1997 (PDF)

William T. Dowell

61

Political Alchemy, the Long Transition, and Law’s Promised Empire: How July 1, 1997, Matters - and Doesn’t Matter-in Hong Kong’s Return to China (PDF)

Jacques deLisle

69
Articles
Implications for Hong Kong’s Political System and the Rule of Law

The Imperfect Legacy: Defects in the British Legal System in Colonial Hong Kong (PDF)

Ming K. Chan

133

Constitutionalism in Hong Kong: Politics Versus Economics (PDF)

Michael Davis

157

Hong Kong’s Endgame and the Rule of Law (I): The Struggle Over Institutions and Values in the Transition to Chinese Rule (PDF)

Jacques deLisle & Kevin P. Lane

195
Implications for Hong Kong’s Economy

Observations on Capital Market Regulation: Hong Kong and the People’s Republic of China (PDF)

John T. Shinkle

255

Commercial Arbitration in Hong Kong and China: A Comparative Analysis (PDF)

Benjamin P. Fishburne, III & Chuncheng Lian

297
Impact to and Role of the United States

The U.S. Role During and After Hong Kong’s Transition (PDF)

Kerry Dumbaugh

333
Documentary

Preserving the Rule of Law in Hong Kong After July 1, 1997: A Report of a Mission of Inquiry The Association of the Bar of the City of New York: The Committee on International Human Rights (PDF)

367
Comment

Spoils of War? A Solution to the Hermitage Trove Debate (PDF)

Seth A. Stuhl

409
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