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Author Faure, Michael

Title Economics and Regulation in China
Published Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (xix, 343 pages) : illustrations
Series The economics of legal relationships ; 17
Economics of legal relationships ; v. 17
Contents Introduction / Michael Faure and Guangdong Xu -- Financial repression, economic distortion and China's growth miracle / Guangdong Xu -- Affordable housing in China : can inclusionary zoning regulation work? / Wenjing Li and Binwei Gui -- Legal regulation of China's securities markets : recent improvements and competing advantages / Tianshu Zhou -- An empirical approach of regulation on China's pension investment / Jiye Hu -- New developments in China's competition policy against monopolistic/collusive agreements / Xinzhu Zhang and Vanessa Yanhua Zhang -- Enforcing antitrust law in China : is decentralization desirable? / Roger Van den Bergh and Jingyuan Ma -- Using economics to improve professional regulation / Niels J. Philipsen -- A legal-economic analysis of the WTO's agreement on safeguards : China's policy choice on the trade safeguard mechanism / Jie Hong -- Analysis of policy considerations for developing countries' accession to GPA / Xiaoping Zhang -- Hybrid emissions trading systems : what about efficiency? / Stefan E. Weishaar and Fitsum G. Tiche -- Designing and implementing an emissions trading market in China : the case of Tianjin / Hao Zhang -- Environmental liability in China : recent developments and case studies in an ex-post analysis / Michael Faure and Weiqiang Hu -- Economic analysis of Chinese regime on marine environmental liability / Hui Wang -- Comparative and concluding remarks / Michael Faure and Guangdong Xu
Summary This book, from a top international group of scholars, explores the ways in which economic tools can be used to improve the quality of regulation in general and legislative tools in particular. As the role of law becomes increasingly important in China, the question arises of how effective regulatory and legislative tools can be developed to accompany the Chinese evolution towards a welfare state. China therefore provides a unique case study for scholars and policymakers interested in examining how regulation can play a role in promoting sustainable development. Economics a
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Antitrust law -- China
Environmental law -- China.
Law -- Economic aspects -- China
Trade regulation -- China.
Antitrust law.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economics -- General.
Environmental law.
Law -- Economic aspects.
Trade regulation.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0415831849