This course mainly offers students a comprehensive introduction, study and analysis of Chinese business law including general business settings for doing business in China, Corporation Law & Governance, Employment Contract / Labor Law, Anti-Monopoly / Competition Law, Tax Law and Foreign Investment Law. It focuses not only on the jurisprudential part of Chinese business law, but the practical and procedural aspects of business routines. The course includes judicial rules and cases from the Chinese judicial organs highlighting relevant legal issues and discussions. It further provides Chinese business law study from a comparative legal analysis approach. Relevant legal concepts and principles will be introduced, discussed, and analyzed. The majority content of the course is designed toward providing appropriate methodologies for studying Chinese business law, and cultivating legal ways of thinking for students with international educational background and future employment potentials. It embraces not only an opportunity to study rules and cases, but also invites deep insights in architecting business practices in China.
Faculty: Prof. Hu Tianlong
See interview with Prof. Hu Tianlong.
Course Date & Time
Wednesday mornings, 8:30-11:45am, Beijng Time