- The best place to start your research is often a textbook which will give you an overview of the topic.
Don't forget to use Freshfields' Doing Business in China in Course Reserve mentioned in your syllabus.
- Search the Library catalogue for other books using these subject headings:
- Business and politics--China
- Business enterprises, Foreign--Law and legislation--China
- Business enterprises--China
- Business enterprises--Law and legislation--China
- Business law--China
- China--Economic conditions--2000
- China--Economic policy
- Commercial law--China
- Industrial policy--China
- International business enterprises--China
- Ambler & Witzel, Doing Business in China, 2nd ed.
LAW LIBRARY level 3 & DAVID LAM LIBRARY stacks: HC427.95 .A65 2004 or Online
A practical guide to business practices, market conditions, negotiations, organizations, networks and the business environment in China. It offers a general framework for understanding Chinese business culture along with a guide for acquiring further knowledge on China.
- Materials in Western languages about Asian social sciences and humanities are found in Walter C. Koerner Library. Western language materials on other Asian topics, such as law and commerce, are found in the Law Library and David Lam Library respectively The Asian Library has materials in Asian languages only