'Company Law in China: Regulation of Business Organizations in a Socialist Market Economy provides a comprehensive introduction to the law on business organizations in China, considering the 2005 adaptation of PRC Company Law and he latest legislative developments in the country. ... Packed with details on corporate liquidation, bankruptcy, corporate finance and governance, and the latest regulations and business practices...'
– The Midwest Book Review
‘Written with clarity and erudition, this newly published book from Edward Elgar should prove an invaluable work of reference for practitioners, academics and certainly investors interested in, or wishing to enhance their understanding of Chinese law – company law in particular. . . Meticulously footnoted, the book also provides a no less than seventeen-page bibliography at the back, of references in English, plus an extensive index. What a boon to researchers in Chinese law! ’
– Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor, The Barrister Magazine
‘Wang Jiang Yu approaches corporate law from a development and political economic perspective, while also giving a detailed analysis of what the law is. Better analyses of US corporate law have studied agency problems and strategically viable responses within the firm, while good studies of EU company law have also factored in questions of harmonization and regulatory arbitrage among jurisdictions. Wang provides us with what might become the leading paradigm for studies on Chinese corporate law: an understanding of how Western corporation forms have been employed and adjusted in China to meet the development agenda of the Chinese government and how this law is evolving in response to the state of the Chinese economy and the periodically adjusted positions of government planners’
– David Donald, Professor, Faculty of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong