Domestic Arbitration in China: A Comparative Perspective - Chapter 2 - Dispute Resolution in China

Cliff Manjiao Chi
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July, 2012
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Cliff Manjiao Chi
Mr. Chi is an Associate Professor of Law School, Xiamen University, China and Deputy Secretary-General of the Administrative Council, Xiamen Academy of International Law. His major research fields include international and comparative arbitration, WTO law, investment law and public international law. He publishes extensively in these fields and is the author of Study on Major Legal Issues of Multi-Party and Multi-Contract Arbitration, the first book on complex arbitration in Chinese. In addition to academic activities, Mr. Chi worked for the Ministry of Commerce of the P.R.C., handling and counselling China’s WTO and investment cases and legislative work. He has also served as arbitrator or counsel in various foreign-related arbitration cases and is on the panel list of Xiamen Arbitration Commission. Mr. Chi received his Ph.D of Law from Law School, Xiamen University and was visiting fellow in Max-Planck Institute of Comparative Public Law and International Law, Columbia Law School and UNIDROIT.