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Research Handbook on Asian Financial Law

In-depth analysis of the financial law approaches, legal systems and trends throughout Asia
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Handbooks of Research on Contemporary China series

Series editor: David S.G. Goodman, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China

China has undergone a period of intense and rapid social and economic change in its path to becoming a modern industrial superpower. This timely and exciting multidisciplinary series includes Handbooks that offer comprehensive overviews of the very latest research on contemporary China. Prestigious, high-quality works of lasting significance, the Handbooks explore a range of issues affecting China in the 21st century. The emphasis of the series is on the most important concepts and research as well as expanding debate and indicating the likely research agenda for the future.


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Alex Pettifer

Politics & Public Policy, Environment, Transport, Asian Studies

Alex joined EEP in 2008, originally as a Commissioning Editor, before being promoted to Editorial Director in 2010. As well as his managerial responsibilities, Alex retains a commissioning role, principally in the area of political...

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