Striving For Independence, Competence, And Fairness: A Case Study Of The Beijing Arbitration Commission - ARIA Vol. 18 No. 3 2007

Fuyong Chen
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40 pages
January, 2009
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Fuyong Chen - is a Ph.D. candidate at Tsinghua University School of Law and a Visiting Researcher (2007-2008) at the Center for the Study of Law and Society, UCBerkeley.
The author wishes to thank Malcolm Feeley, Jerome Cohen, Stanley Lubman, Gerald Clark, Robert Baum, Benjamin Liebman, David Anderson, Yaxin Wang and Yu Fan for their constructive comments on earlier versions of this article. The author also
wants to acknowledge the support of the staff in the office of the Beijing Arbitration Commission during the field study and the financing by the China Scholarship Council during his stay at Berkeley. The project is part of a large study of Hybrid Dispute Resolution Mechanisms and the Construction of Harmonious Society funded by the Chinese Ministry of Education.