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    HKU ResearcherPage: Gu, W
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    Dr Gu, Weixia
    • Assistant Professor
    Publication list (Conference Papers)
    Results 1-20 of 29
    Result pages: 1
    The Delicate Art of Med-Arb and Its Future Institutionalization in ChinaGu, W201351
    Interpreting Regional Public Policy in International Arbitration: the case of Greater ChinaGu, W201344
    Securities Arbitration in China: A Better Alternative to Retail Shareholder ProtectionGu, W201333
    Rethinking the Public Policy in Cross-border Arbitration between Hong Kong and Mainland ChinaGu, W201239
    Chinese Judiciary: Quo Vadis?Gu, W201267
    Cross-border Conflict of Laws: Public Policy Concerned in the New ContextGu, W201298
    Public Policy in Conflict of Laws in Greater China: From the Perspective of Gao Haiyan CaseGu, W201249
    Hong Kong's ADR in Transition: Change and Continuity in its IdeasGu, W201273
    From Civil Justice Reform in Hong Kong to Civil Procedure Law Reform in the MainlandGu, W201169
    The New Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance: Merging of Split RegimesGu, W201186
    Securities Arbitration in China: An Alternative to Private Enforcement of Securities RegulationGu, W201167
    Derivative Action in Chinese CourtsGu, W2010174
    The Identity of Arbitral Awards in ChinaGu, W2010108
    Legal Education Development in Hong KongGu, W2010102
    Mediation under the Civil Justice Reform in Hong KongGu, W2010147
    Financial Dispute Resolution in Hong Kong: Lessons from Lehman-Brothers CrisisGu, W201099
    Dispute Resolution of Financial Products in Hong Kong: Lessons from Lehman Brothers CaseGu, W2010127
    Construction Arbitration in Hong Kong: Experiment from Airport Core ProjectGu, W2009193
    Civil Justice Reform in Hong KongGu, W2009123
    China's arbitration: restricted reformGu, W200994
    Result pages: 1



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