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The Herbert Smith Freehills China International Business and Economic Law (CIBEL) Centre, Faculty of Law, the University of New South Wales, Sydney (UNSW Law) is pleased to call for papers to be submitted to the inaugural CIBEL Global Network Conference and PhD workshop on China International Business and Economic Law: Technological Change and the Future of International Economic Legal Order: China and beyond on 1 May 2019, in Sydney, Australia. A PhD workshop will be held on 2 May 2019.

About the CIBEL Global Network

The CIBEL Global Network will be a prosperous global community of researchers, practitioners, students and other stakeholders working in the CIBEL field. The Herbert Smith Freehills CIBEL Centre will develop, support and promote this network by arranging a series of events, for example, annual conference and PhD workshop, CIBEL Global Network Forums, joint events with members at their partner institutions, and social and networking events for members.

The centre will also support researchers, practitioners, young scholars, students and other stakeholders in this field through possible support such as funding and mentoring opportunities and provide opportunities for network members to contribute to the possible books/journal issues of relevant publications arising from the Annual CIBEL Global Network Conference.

About the Conference

The conference will be held at the UNSW Sydney CBD Campus. The program offers discussion of China-related international business and economic law topics across many disciplines via speakers and panels. Special events will take place during the conference that include the CIBEL Keynote presentation, conference dinner and networking opportunities.

It is expected that the Conference will feature papers presented by eminent scholars, practitioners in private and public sectors and other speakers in the CIBEL field across the globe that will discuss cutting-edge issues from legal and cross-disciplinary perspectives, and from theoretical and empirical studies.

Topics of the Conference

The Conference will consider abstracts in all disciplines of law, including cross-disciplinary legal studies, which have a significant focus on issues relating to China and international business and economic law that is understood its broad sense. We invite proposals on all aspects of international business and economic law related to China. Proposals that deal with multilateral, regional, and national issues that impact international trade, finance, investment, competition, business organizations, intellectual property and other relevant issues are all welcomed, along with theoretical, conceptual and empirical papers. Proposals can also address emerging issues such as (de)globalisation, digital currency, digital trade, trade war, just to name a few.

For additional registration information and updates, please see the CIBEL website: www.cibel.unsw.edu.au.

There is no charge for this event, however registration is required.



The CIBEL twitter account handle is @CIBELUNSW.

If you have any questions, please contact us at cibel@unsw.edu.au

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