Part Two of Review of the Singapore Companies Act

  Not Available For Download| Share | Email | Add to MyBriefcase Part Two of Review of the Singapore Companies Act: Consultation on Draft Legislative Changes to Companies Act Wai Yee Wan Singapore Management University – School of Law 2014 Company Lawyer, 2014 Singapore Management University School of Law Research Paper No. 15/2014  Abstract:  In an earlier note, WY Wan, “Recent Developments in Singapore on Company Law and…

Recent Developments in Singapore on Company Law and Regulation

  Not Available For Download| Share | Email | Add to MyBriefcase Recent Developments in Singapore on Company Law and Regulation: Review of the Singapore Companies Act Wai Yee Wan Singapore Management University – School of Law 2014 Company Lawyer, Vol. 35(5), pp.143-145, 2014 Singapore Management University School of Law Research Paper No. 14/2014  Abstract:  The Singapore Companies Act was first enacted in 1967. Since then, the Companies Act…

The Outline for the Companies Act Reform in Japan and Its Implications

  Download This PaperOpen PDF in Browser| Share | Email | Add to MyBriefcase | Purchase Bound Hard Copy The Outline for the Companies Act Reform in Japan and Its Implications Gen Goto University of Tokyo – Graduate School of Law and Politics November 1, 2013 Zeitschrift für japanisches Recht / Journal of Japanese Law, vol. 35 (2013)  Abstract:  This article provides…

The State Council Takes another Regulatory Initiative to Promote Efficient Management of the State-owned Assets

Several Opinions on Perfecting State-owned Assets Management System 国务院关于改革和完善国有资产管理体制的若干意见 (国发〔2015〕63号)         To enhance the performance of SOEs has been the top priority of Chinese government reform agenda. Among many others measures, the State Council recently has taken one more regulatory initiative by to promote the efficiency of the State-owned Assets management. On 4th…

The Political Logic of Corporate Governance in China’s State-Owned Enterprises

Download This PaperOpen PDF in Browser| Share | Email | Add to MyBriefcase | Purchase Bound Hard Copy The Political Logic of Corporate Governance in China’s State-Owned Enterprises JiangYu Wang National University of Singapore (NUS) – Faculty of Law December 1, 2014 Cornell International Law Journal, Vol. 47, No. 3, 2014  Abstract:  This paper adopts a political approach to analyze the relationship…

Who writes China’s 13th Five-Year Plan (FYP)?

“If you want to know what China’s gonna do, best pay attention to the shi san wu [13-5].” Why the Five-Year Plan (FYP)? Although the three-minute long video, which attempts to promote China’s 13th Five-Year Plan, has received mostly negative feedbacks on its, inter alia, “Utterly Inane” (Time), the video does have successfully delivered the key message: i.e. the importance of the 13th Five-Year…

Reflections on the End of History for Corporate Law

  Download This PaperOpen PDF in Browser| Share | Email | Add to MyBriefcase Reflections on the End of History for Corporate Law Henry Hansmann Yale Law School; European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI)   Reinier Kraakman Harvard Law School; European Corporate Governance Institute August 15, 2011 Convergence of Corporate Governance: Promise and Prospects, Abdul Rasheed and Toru Yoshikawa, eds., Palgrave-MacMillan,…