Vietnam’s New Regulatory Regime for Franchising (Lawasia Journal)
Posted by Nguyen Ba Binh on 18.03.2010
LAWASIA Journal is published under the General Editorship of Professor Suri Ratnapala, Ms Lisa Toohey and Dr Jonathan Crowe within the Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law, TC Beirne School of Law, The University of Queensland. The Editorial Board includes prestigious scholars and members of the judiciary from the Asia Pacific Region.
The Editors welcome contributions from scholars and professionals worldwide. Contributions must be submitted electronically by email to the editors. Click here for contact information. All contributions are peer-reviewed.
LAWASIA Journal 2010 Edition
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LAWASIA Journal 2009 Edition
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The 2009 LAWASIA Journal is published in association with the TC Beirne School of Law and the Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law of The University of Queensland. The LAWASIA Journal contains scholarly writings and reports on legal developments in the Asia Pacific Region. This Edition includes the following articles and book reviews:
- The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG: Judicial Independence and Accountability – An Asia-Pacific Perspective
- Rohan Price: Confidential Information and Client Lists in Hong Kong: A Triumph for Self Regulation?
- Paul Harpur: Developments in Chinese Labour Laws: Enforcing People with Disabilities’ Right to Work?
- Sue Farran: “Making Land Work” in the Pacific? – Evaluation Land Reform in Vanuatu
- Jessica Howley: China’s Use of Law in Promoting Cross-Strait Relations: The Implications of Reunification
- Andrew Terry and Nguyen Ba Binh: Vietnam’s New Regulatory Regime for Franchising
- Ilja Richard Pavone: The HIV/AIDS Pandemic and International Human Rights Law
- Cheong May Fong and Yong Chiu Mei: Competion Law Perspectives on the Water Services Industry in Malaysia
- Luke Raffin: Peddling a Paper Tiger: Using Regulatory Theory to Improve Occupational Health and Safety in the Chine
- Sustainable Development as a Principle of International Law: Resolving Conflicts Between Climate Measures and WTO Law – Carly M Roberts
- International Humanitarian Law: An Anthology – Tareq M R Chowdhury
- Gender and the Constitution: Equity an Agency in Comparative Constitutional Design – Peter M McDermott
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