DetallesChina and Colombia: Towards a Legal Comparison is the first joint publication by professors at Fudan University Law School (People\'s Republic of China), and professors at the School of Law at Universidad Externado de Colombia.The book, aimed at bringing two distant legal traditions face to face, compiles eight articles on four topics whose global legal relevance is indisputable: (i) Constitutional justice and socio-economic rights; (ii) judicial reform; (iii) gender and the legal profession; and, finally, (iv) international investment arbitration.Each topic is analyzed in two articles -one from the Colombian perspective and the other from the Chinese perspective.ln the analysis of both legal scenarios, readers will notice some partial convergences, which do not, however, hide the differences between the two legal orders.Nevertheless, the purpose of this book is not to analyze the reasons behind the differences and partial similarities between the two legal scenarios. Indeed, the book\'s claim, as a first step in a broad-based comparative research project, is less ambitious: the aim was always to provide readers with a series of normative and theoretical reflections and empirical information on the topics under analysis in each legal order.
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Editor / Marca U. Externado de Colombia Editor Pablo Moreno-Cruz Año de Edición 2019 Número de Páginas 272 Idioma(s) Español Terminado Tapa Rústica Alto y ancho 14 x 21 cm Peso 0.2700 Tipo Producto libro PDF URL
Yunxin Tu, Diego González Medina, Pablo Moreno-Cruz, Wei Wang, Jorge Iván Cuervo, Hao Xiong, Carolina Vergel Tovar, Yong Liang, Andrés Cárdenas Muñoz
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- CONTENTSPREFACEI. CONSTITUCIONAL JUSTICE AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC RIGHTSChapter OneEstablishing Constitutional Mechanisms for Socio-Economic Human Rights in a Global PerspectiveYunxin TuChapter TwoThe Acción de Tutela and the Enforcement of Socio-Ecomonic Rights: A Matter of Perception?Diego González Medina - Pablo Moreno-CruzII. JUDICIAL REFORMChapter ThreeThe New Progress of China's Judicial ReformWei WangChapter FourJustice Reforms in Colombia: Attempts at Reform and Some Policy RecommendationsJorge Iván CuervoIII. GENDER ANO THE LEGAL PROFESSIONSChapter FiveGender or Embeddedness? A Gender-Based EmpiricalStudy of Legal Professionals' Preference for Court Mediation in Southwest ChinaHao XiongChapter SixGender and the Legal Profession in Colombia: Analysis of The State of the Art from a Socio-Legal PerspectiveCarolina Vergel TovarIV. INTERNATIONAL INvEsTMENT ARBITRATIONChapter SevenPRC'S Experiences and Lessons in International Investment Arbitrations from the Perspective of the Future of rnc-Colombía InvestmentYong LiangChapter EightProtection of Chinese Investments in Colombia: The PRc-Colombia BITAndrés Cárdenas Muñoz