Asian Journal of Comparative Law
Asian J Comp Law
The Asian Journal of Comparative Law is an initiative of the Asian Law Institute, an association of thirteen leading law schools in Asia. The aim of the Journal is to provide a forum for discussion of the law and legal systems of Asia. The Journal is peer reviewed. The e-version of an accepted article is published after final editing; the print version is published once a year. We will consider for publication articles that explore solutions to common legal and social problems like gender inequality, work safety, disclosure in securities regulation, agency problems in corporate governance, appropriate penalties for crimes. We invite scholars from both Asia and elsewhere who have 'local knowledge' to shed light on how legal solutions are tailored to take into account local culture and circumstances. Scholarly pieces that explore the different approaches adopted in two or more jurisdictions are welcome, as are pieces that concentrate on the experience of only one jurisdiction.
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