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Articulates a dynamic theory on international, commercial arbitration
Covers all major stages of the arbitral procedure in China – validity requirements at the drafting stage, relationship with the tribunal’s jurisdiction and power, and finally, judicial review by the people’s courts examining the unique system of arbitration that has developed – arbitration with Chinese characteristics. Includes an abundance of empirical evidence and comparative perspectives
A useful source for those interested in not only the progress made in Chinese arbitration institutions, but also the broader political and economic dimensions of Chinese arbitral developments. Goes beyond academic enquiries, incorporating practice and policy concerns
Topics discussed include a wide range of issues that have received serious attention from the Chinese government, and especially those of its arbitration reformers.