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    HKU ResearcherPage: Chen, AHY
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    Professor Chen, Albert Hung Yee
    • Professor
    • Chan Professorship in Constitutional Law
    Publication list (Articles)
    Results 1-20 of 67
    Result pages: 1
    The global expansion of constitutional judicial review: Some historical and comparative perspectivesChan, AHY2013145
    Pathways of Constitutional Development in Asia: A Comparative Study of Five Major NationsChen, HY201343
    Reflections on Administrative Law in China: A Hong Kong PerspectiveChen, AHY; Pan, J2012116
    Genetic and pharmacological inhibition of PDK1 in cancer cells: Characterization of a selective allosteric kinase inhibitorNagashima, K; Shumway, SD; Sathyanarayanan, S; Chen, AH; Dolinski, B; Xu, Y; Keilhack, H; Nguyen, T; Wiznerowicz, M; Li, L; Lutterbach, BA; Chi, A; Paweletz, C; Allison, T; Yan, Y; Munshi, SK; Klippel, A; Kraus, M; Bobkova, EV; Deshmukh, S; Xu, Z; Mueller, U; Szewczak, AA; Pan, BS; Richon, V; Pollock, R; BlumeJensen, P; Northrup, A; Andersen, JN2011190
    The Interaction of Public Law and International Human Rights Law: The Case of Hong Kong (in Chinese)Chen, AHY2011282
    The Rule of Law under 'One Country, Two Systems': The Case of Hong Kong 1997-2010Chen, AHY2011185
    Focus the Congo caseChen, AHY2011148
    The concept of 'Datong' in Chinese philosophy as an expression of the idea of the Common GoodChen, AHY2011317
    The "Foreign Domestic Helpers Case": The relevance of the NPCSC Interpretation of 1999 and the Preparatory Committee Opinion of 1996Chen, AHY2011362
    Pathway-based identification of biomarkers for targeted therapeutics: Personalized oncology with PI3K pathway inhibitorsAndersen, JN; Sathyanarayanan, S; Di Bacco, A; Chi, A; Zhang, T; Chen, AH; Dolinski, B; Kraus, M; Roberts, B; Arthur, W; Klinghoffer, RA; Gargano, D; Li, X; Feldman, I; Lynch, B; Rush, J; Hendrickson, RC; BlumeJensen, P; Paweletz, CP2010120
    'International Human Rights Law and Domestic Constitutional Law: Internationalisation of Constitutional Law in Hong Kong'Chen, AHY2010246
    'Reflections on Administrative Law in China: A Hong Kong Perspective'Chen, AHY2010159
    Legal studies in China and the gobalization and interdisciplinarity of legal studiesChen, AHY201099
    An unexpected breakthrough in Hong Kong's constitutional reformChen, AHY2010204
    Pathways of western liberal constitutional development in asia: A comparative study of five major nationsChen, AHY2010122
    Political Confucianism and DemocracyChen, AHY2009130
    Constitutionalism: A Demand in the Revival of the Chinese NationChen, AHY2009111
    The Repeal of the Interpretation in the Qi Yuling Case, ‘Judicialization of the Constitution’ and the Judicial Application of the ConstitutionChen, AHY2009392
    'China’s March Towards the Rule of Law' (in Chinese)Chen, AHY2009125
    Constitutional developments in autumn 2009Chen, AHY2009220
    Result pages: 1



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