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Chao XI is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, where he concurrently serves as Assistant Dean (Graduate Studies) and Director of the Master of Laws Programmes in Chinese Business Law, Common Law and International Economic Law. He also directs the Chinese Law Program of the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies (HKIAPS), CUHK.
Professor Xi specializes in comparative corporate law, securities regulation, and financial regulation, with a particular focus on the case of China. He has published extensively in leading peer-reviewed international journals, including the Banking and Finance Law Review, European Journal of Business Organization Law Review, Journal of Business Law, and Journal of Comparative Law, Statute Law Review, and Tort Law Review. His research has received significant funding support from the Hong Kong SAR Government Research Grants Council, the PRC Ministry of Education, and the Sumitomo Foundation.
Professor Xi holds various visiting positions at institutions in Asia and Europe. He is an elected Director (and Treasurer) of the European China Law Studies Association (ECLS). He serves on the Editorial Board of a number of peer-reviewed journals, including The China Review, China-EU Law Journal, andHong Kong Law Journal. Professor Xi is also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), UK, and he has regularly been engaged by law firms, multinationals, and government departments and agencies as an expert.
comparative corporate law, securities regulation, and financial regulation, with a particular focus on the case of China
- Corporate Governance and Legal Reform in China (London: Wildy, Simmonds & Hill Publishing, 2009)
(reviewed in Compliance & Regulatory Journal,Journal of Business Law, and Zeitschrift für Chinesisches Recht)
- Doing Business in China (Third Edition) (London: Routledge, 2009) (hardback and paperback) (with Tim Ambler & Morgen Witzel)
(reviewed in China Review International: ‘[This text] has become acknowledged as the bible for laˇo wài [foreigners] seeking to crack the China market.’)
- 1. 香港中文大学法律学院教授 ．香港中文大学法律学院[引用日期2014-12-15]