A PRACTICAL EVALUATION OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA’S 2007 ENTERPRISE BANKRUPTCY LAW
Posted Friday, March 3, 2017

Previous scholarship has given attention to the scope of bankruptcy law's various iterations over the past twenty years in China and provided possible reasons for various deficiencies. This article adds to the literature by analyzing why China's most recent bankruptcy law still may not work as it is intended to by its drafters or as bankruptcy law does elsewhere. The current global financial crisis and rising number of bankruptcies throughout China provide a lens through which to determine whether the new law is working.

UC Davis Business Law Journal