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VOLUME 4, NUMBER 1 (Fall 2011)
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Information Disclosure of State-Owned Enterprises in China
By XU Xuelei and XU Xin
State-owned entreprises (SOEs) of the People’s Republic of China are criticized for their inefficiency.  This article is dedicated to finding the appropriate solution to the conflict of interests caused by state representation of SOEs. The article examines who owns the SOEs and thus whose interests may be infringed for their limited liability.  Through evaluation of the past SOEs reforms, the article proposes new goals for the information disclosure system and discusses how ordinary people can make use of the information disclosure system to maximize their goals. [read more...] 
Article | 4 Tsinghua China L. Rev. 1 (2011)
Cost and Fee Allocation in Civil Procedure: China National Report
By XIAO Jianguo and TANG Xin
This article discusses the practice of allocation of litigation cost in the People’s Republic of China.  It examines the basic rule under which the losers pay all, as well as the exceptions thereto.  The article also discusses the social background for self-representation in China.  In addition, it evalutes the effectiveness of legal aid in alleviating the parties’ financial burden and also studies the legislative altitude towards litigation. [read more...] 
Article | 4 Tsinghua China L. Rev. 43 (2011)
Land Registration Act 2002 of England: Lessons on Title Registration Reform for China
By Richard Wu
In 2002, England adopted the Land Registration Act.  This article analyses, first, the evolution of the English legal regime for a title registration system which led to the passage of the Act.  It then evaluates the policy goal and major content of the Land Registration Act.  Finally, the author argues that China can learn many lessons from the Act. [read more...] 
Article | 4 Tsinghua China L. Rev. 69 (2011)
What Can the People's Procuratorate Do in the Chinese Constitutional Review Mechanism?
By WANG Xuanwei
The current constitutional review mechanism in China is so defective that it is incapable of solving the serious problem of recurring unconstitutional incidents.  Thus, it is essential to introduce a new institutional solution to improve the constitutional review mechanism.  Under the Chinese constitutional framework, the People’s Procuratorate is the most appropriate organ to initiate complaints of constitutional review.   [read more...] 
Article | 4 Tsinghua China L. Rev. 83 (2011)
Employment Discrimination Law Research in China: A Reflection on Current Approaches and a Discussion
By Jiefeng Lu
This article discusses the research methodologies employed in probing into employment discrimination issues in China.  It examines the three current research approaches, namely, the “Chinese Facts” approach, the “Foreign Law” approach and the “Advanced Foreign Law” strategy.  Then, the article concludes that each of the current strategies has its own limitations and suggests a new strategy that stresses the importance of using a theoretical study to resolve real issues in real life and incorporating local resources to do so. [read more...] 
Article | 4 Tsinghua China L. Rev. 107 (2011)
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