Legal Origin Theory is applied to Reform China’s legal system in order to create a development model for a national legal system influenced by multiple legal families. Utilizing an extensive literature review and assessment of national laws affecting property rights, the model depicts how a legal system develops on the national level under multiple normative influences. Further research will elaborate on the interactions between the normative influences within the legal system.

China, law and economics, legal origin theory, property rights theory
Public Economics: Miscellaneous issues: Other (jel H89), Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting (jel M), New Firms; Startups (jel M13), Management of Technological Innovation and R&D (jel O32)
Erasmus Research Institute of Management
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ERIM Report Series Research in Management
ERIM report series research in management Erasmus Research Institute of Management
Erasmus Research Institute of Management

Krug, B, & Betancourt, N.E. (2008). The Effect of Legal Families on the Development of Business Law in China: Who’s Really Writing the Rules of the Game? (No. ERS-2008-068-ORG). ERIM report series research in management Erasmus Research Institute of Management. Erasmus Research Institute of Management. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/13764