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Economic Explanation as Legal Science
Economic Explanation as Legal Science
Time:2018-11-06
Speaker: Dr. Tze-Shiou Chien (Research Professor)
The Evolution of the Patent Linkage: Taiwan’s Experiences
The Evolution of the Patent Linkage: Taiwan’s Experiences
Time:2018-10-16
Speaker: Dr. Chuan-Feng Wu (Associate Research Professor)
Rediscovering Social Norms: A Positive Theory of Cyberlaw in China
Rediscovering Social Norms: A Positive Theory of Cyberlaw in China
Time:2018-10-02
Speaker: Dr. Xin Dai (Professor of Law, Ocean University of China School of Law and Political Science)
Public Debate’s Procedure in France
Public Debate’s Procedure in France
Time:2018-09-18
Speaker: Dr. Pi-Fang Wang (Associate Research Professor)
Back to Economics of Definition Rights: Misunderstanding and Clarification about Coase Theorem
Back to Economics of Definition Rights: Misunderstanding and Clarification about Coase Theorem
Time:2018-09-11
Speaker: Dr. Jiahui Ai (Associate Professor, Law School of Nanjing University)
Should Like Cases Be Treated Alike?
Should Like Cases Be Treated Alike?
Time:2018-09-04
Speaker: Dr. Haibo Sun (Assistant Professor, College of Comparative Law, China University of Political Science and Law)
United in Diversity: A Quasi Constitutional Vision in Post-Conflict Sri Lanka
United in Diversity: A Quasi Constitutional Vision in Post-Conflict Sri Lanka
Time:2018-08-21
Speaker: Dr.Nadarajah, Pushparajah (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica)
Does Constitution Matter with Transitional Justice? - A Comparative Perspective
Does Constitution Matter with Transitional Justice? - A Comparative Perspective
Time:2018-08-14
Speaker: Dr. Cheng-Yi Huang (Associate Research Professor)
Analogical Reasoning in Law, Purposive Arguments, and Artificial Intelligence
Analogical Reasoning in Law, Purposive Arguments, and Artificial Intelligence
Time:2018-07-31
Speaker: Dr.Hung-Ju Chen (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica)
Do State-Owned Enterprises Have Worse Corporate Governance? An Empirical Study of Corporate Practices in China
Do State-Owned Enterprises Have Worse Corporate Governance? An Empirical Study of Corporate Practices in China
Time:2018-07-24
Speaker: Dr. Yu-Hsin Lin (Assistant Professor, City University of Hong Kong, School of Law)
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