The Effect of Legal Families on the Development of Business Law in China: Who’s Really Writing the Rules of the Game?
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|
|ERIM Report Series Research in Management|
|ERIM report series research in management Erasmus Research Institute of Management|
|Organisation||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