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Introduction Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 1-6 | Normative Readings of the Belt and Road Initiative: Road to New Paradigms
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GB/T 7714 Shan, Wenhua . Introduction [J]. | Normative Readings of the Belt and Road Initiative: Road to New Paradigms , 2018 : 1-6 .
MLA Shan, Wenhua . "Introduction" . | Normative Readings of the Belt and Road Initiative: Road to New Paradigms (2018) : 1-6 .
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Normative readings of the belt and road initiative: Road to new paradigms Scopus
专著 | 2018-08-18 | Normative Readings of the Belt and Road Initiative: Road to New Paradigms
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© Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018. All rights reserved. This timely book offers revealing insights into the changing role of China in world governance as exemplified by the Silk Road Initiative, the People's Republic's first published major initiative for external affairs. Focusing on various aspects of the Silk Road Initiative, particularly those that are largely neglected in current discussions, including culture and philosophy, finance and investment, environmental protection and social responsibility, judiciary and lawyers, the authors explore a wide range of contexts in which China's role as an emerging power in international relations and international law is examined. In the current era of ever-increasing populism, protectionism and challenges to globalization, the authors explore the Chinese philosophy underpinning Chinese norms of regional and international development. Bearing in mind the political and economic uncertainties hampering the establishment of such norms, the authors offer crucial insights into how the Silk Road Initiative could or should be developed and regulated. Given its depth of coverage, the book is an indispensable read for anyone interested in the Initiative and its social-legal implications.

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GB/T 7714 Shan, Wenhua , Nuotio, Kimmo , Zhang, Kangle . Normative readings of the belt and road initiative: Road to new paradigms [M] . Normative Readings of the Belt and Road Initiative: Road to New Paradigms , . 2018-08-18 .
MLA Shan, Wenhua 等. "Normative readings of the belt and road initiative: Road to new paradigms" . Normative Readings of the Belt and Road Initiative: Road to New Paradigms , . 2018-08-18 .
APA Shan, Wenhua , Nuotio, Kimmo , Zhang, Kangle . Normative readings of the belt and road initiative: Road to new paradigms . Normative Readings of the Belt and Road Initiative: Road to New Paradigms , . 2018-08-18 .
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China-US BIT negotiation and the emerging Chinese BIT 4.0 Scopus
其他 | 2016 , 223-252
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© Cambridge University Press 2016. Introduction International investment law, a subject of international law to which Professor Sornarajah has made a significant contribution, has entered into an extremely interesting and exciting era. On the one hand, investment treaties continue to grow, with major investment players entering into mega-investment treaties. The rules in these treaties have also been converging, and this has brought about a shift toward a “global” bilateral investment treaty (Global BIT) 2.0. On the other hand, the debate on the inclusion of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) in such treaties has captured extensive attention worldwide, with the increasing number of ISDS cases, which have been brought before international arbitration tribunals. As a major player in international investment and relevant treaty activities, China’s approach to international investment treaties has attracted wide attention and interest. Recent years have seen dramatic changes in China’s BIT practices, the most significant of which being China’s acceptance of preestablishment national treatment and a “negative list” approach in the China-United States (US) BIT negotiations during the Fifth United States-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in July 2013. As a result, a new “fourth generation” of Chinese BITs (Chinese “BIT 4.0”) seems to be taking shape. This chapter attempts to discuss China’s newly emergent fourth generation BIT by first exploring the background against which this new generation of treaties has developed. It will then discuss specific issues which China’s new model BIT would need to address. These include the issues of investment liberalization, substantive protection (fair and equitable treatment (FET), expropriation, and umbrella clauses), social responsibility (environment and labor clauses), and dispute settlement (ISDS) reform. It concludes with an exploration of the would-be or should-be “Chinese characteristics” of China’s BIT 4.0, including respect for a country’s choice of political, social, and economic systems, allowances for countries in economic transition and accommodation of diverse local developmental needs inside the country. The background: why a BIT 4.0 now? China’s recent move towards a new generation BIT is a result of a combination of economic, political, and international factors. Economically, China’s shift from being mainly a capital-importing state to being both a capital-importing and a capital-exporting state now requires the country to play a more proactive role in promoting international investment. Politically, domestic reform has also reached a new stage under China’s so-called Reform Version 2.0, which in turn requires its investment regime to be looked at afresh.

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GB/T 7714 Shan, Wenhua , Chen, Hongrui . China-US BIT negotiation and the emerging Chinese BIT 4.0 [未知]. 2016-01-01.
MLA Shan, Wenhua 等. "China-US BIT negotiation and the emerging Chinese BIT 4.0" [未知]. 2016-01-01.
APA Shan, Wenhua , Chen, Hongrui . China-US BIT negotiation and the emerging Chinese BIT 4.0 [未知]. 2016-01-01.
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“一带一路”建设背景下中国加入《能源宪章条约》的成本收益分析
期刊论文 | 2016 , (01) , 39-61 | 国际法研究
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作为全球能源治理领域最重要的多边条约机制之一,能源宪章正在推进以结构转型和制度升级为两条生命线的"现代化路线图"。2015年5月新的《国际能源宪章》的签署标志着能源宪章迈入了2.0时代。能源宪章体系的现状与发展方向与我国"一带一路"建设规划不谋而合,能源宪章改革的"领袖缺位"困境为中国参与亚欧乃至全球能源治理体系提供了战略机遇。中国加入能源宪章体系的经济成本较低、法律成本和政治成本有限,但具有较大的经济收益、明显的法律收益和政治收益。中国应积极参与能源宪章的改革并推动其升级改造,在此基础上认真考虑签署《能源宪章条约》,以确保我国在国际能源合作中的利益诉求,维护国际能源安全,进一步深度参与国际能...

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成本收益 能源宪章 全球能源治理 丝绸之路经济带 “一带一路”

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GB/T 7714 单文华 , 王鹏 , 王晗 . “一带一路”建设背景下中国加入《能源宪章条约》的成本收益分析 [J]. | 国际法研究 , 2016 , (01) : 39-61 .
MLA 单文华 等. "“一带一路”建设背景下中国加入《能源宪章条约》的成本收益分析" . | 国际法研究 01 (2016) : 39-61 .
APA 单文华 , 王鹏 , 王晗 . “一带一路”建设背景下中国加入《能源宪章条约》的成本收益分析 . | 国际法研究 , 2016 , (01) , 39-61 .
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The China-EU BIT and the emerging 'Global BIT 2.0' Scopus
期刊论文 | 2015 , 30 (3) , 260-267 | ICSID Review
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GB/T 7714 Shan, Wenhua , Wang, Lu . The China-EU BIT and the emerging 'Global BIT 2.0' [J]. | ICSID Review , 2015 , 30 (3) : 260-267 .
MLA Shan, Wenhua 等. "The China-EU BIT and the emerging 'Global BIT 2.0'" . | ICSID Review 30 . 3 (2015) : 260-267 .
APA Shan, Wenhua , Wang, Lu . The China-EU BIT and the emerging 'Global BIT 2.0' . | ICSID Review , 2015 , 30 (3) , 260-267 .
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期刊论文 | 2015 , 1-4 | China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution
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GB/T 7714 Liu, Qiao , Shan, Wenhua , Ren, Xiang . Introduction [J]. | China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution , 2015 : 1-4 .
MLA Liu, Qiao 等. "Introduction" . | China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution (2015) : 1-4 .
APA Liu, Qiao , Shan, Wenhua , Ren, Xiang . Introduction . | China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution , 2015 , 1-4 .
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专著 | 2015-10-19 | China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution
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© 2016 by Koninklijke Brill nv, Leiden, The Netherlands. All rights reserved. China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution is a unique collection of papers which deal expertly with legal issues arising from international commercial dispute resolution in China, utilizing a multiplicity of approaches including doctrinal, comparative, empirical, economic and legal analyses.

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Qiao , Shan, Wenhua , Ren, Xiang . China and international commercial dispute resolution [M] . China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution , . 2015-10-19 .
MLA Liu, Qiao 等. "China and international commercial dispute resolution" . China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution , . 2015-10-19 .
APA Liu, Qiao , Shan, Wenhua , Ren, Xiang . China and international commercial dispute resolution . China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution , . 2015-10-19 .
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National Treatment for Foreign Investment in China: A Changing Landscape
期刊论文 | 2015 , 27 (1) , 120-144 | ICSID Review
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The national treatment standard has become an important feature in both domestic and international legislation, but China was historically reluctant to grant such treatment due to its former planned economy. However, as China seeks to integrate further into the world, economically and otherwise, a recent policy shift can be identified with regard to national treatment. This article examines this shift, first, by discussing China’s changing policy toward foreign direct investment. The article then analyses the establishment and development of national treatment in China in both its domestic legislation and international investment treaties. Recent measures to eliminate ‘superior national treatment’ in China’s domestic legislation are also examined, as well as China’s changing approach in international investment law. Finally, the article concludes with a discussion on the future agenda of China’s national treatment policy with particular reference to the ongoing bilateral investment treaty negotiations with the European Union and the United States.

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GB/T 7714 Wenhua Shan , Norah Gallagher , Sheng Zhang . National Treatment for Foreign Investment in China: A Changing Landscape [J]. | ICSID Review , 2015 , 27 (1) : 120-144 .
MLA Wenhua Shan 等. "National Treatment for Foreign Investment in China: A Changing Landscape" . | ICSID Review 27 . 1 (2015) : 120-144 .
APA Wenhua Shan , Norah Gallagher , Sheng Zhang . National Treatment for Foreign Investment in China: A Changing Landscape . | ICSID Review , 2015 , 27 (1) , 120-144 .
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Introduction – “The Pacific Rim and International Economic Law: Opportunities and Risks of the Pacific Century”
期刊论文 | 2015 , (1) , 1 | Transnational Dispute Management
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Recent State practice strongly suggests that the international economic law architecture for the 21st century largely will be shaped in the Pacific Rim region. Negotiations of two "mega-regional" free trade agreements - the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) - continue to advance. Japan, Korea, and China recently concluded a trilateral investment agreement. The world's two largest economies - China and the United States - held their 17th round of bilateral investment treaty negotiations in December. Japan has announced a "Revitalization Strategy," identifying a number of economic priorities, including the negotiation of new investment agreements. Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) members recently agreed to launch a feasibility study, proposed by China, to consider a potential Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific agreement (FTAAP).

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GB/T 7714 Feldman Mark , Wenhua Shan . Introduction – “The Pacific Rim and International Economic Law: Opportunities and Risks of the Pacific Century” [J]. | Transnational Dispute Management , 2015 , (1) : 1 .
MLA Feldman Mark 等. "Introduction – “The Pacific Rim and International Economic Law: Opportunities and Risks of the Pacific Century”" . | Transnational Dispute Management 1 (2015) : 1 .
APA Feldman Mark , Wenhua Shan . Introduction – “The Pacific Rim and International Economic Law: Opportunities and Risks of the Pacific Century” . | Transnational Dispute Management , 2015 , (1) , 1 .
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The Legal Framework of EU-China Investment Relations: A Critical Appraisal
专著 | Hart Publishing
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GB/T 7714 Wenhua Shan . The Legal Framework of EU-China Investment Relations: A Critical Appraisal [M] . Hart Publishing .
MLA Wenhua Shan . "The Legal Framework of EU-China Investment Relations: A Critical Appraisal" . Hart Publishing .
APA Wenhua Shan . The Legal Framework of EU-China Investment Relations: A Critical Appraisal . Hart Publishing .
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