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Dr Jingchen Zhao
Lecturer in Law
Law School
Salford Law School

Company Law, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsiblity, Chinese Law, Insolvency Law, Business Ethics

Dr Jingchen Zhao joined Salford Law School in 2010 from Kingston Law School. He teaches on both LL.B and LL.M programme on company law, contract law, corporate governance and world trade organisation law. His research specialism is within corporate law and corporate governance, although he also has a good understanding of and could potentially contribute to the teaching and research of Corporate social responsibility, International Trade law, Contract law and Commercial law

01/2005-08/2009: Ph.D in Law The University of Manchester 09/2003-11/2004: LL.M (Graduated with Merit) University of Leeds Majored in European and International Business Law 09/1997-06/2001: LL.B (Graduated First Class) 09/2009-08/2010 Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Kingston University London


Most Viewed Items

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1Exploring the rationale of enlightened shareholder value in the realm of UK company law – the path dependence perspective 1589
2Corporate governance and the financial crisis: did the theories stand the test?717
3Modernising corporate objective debate towards a hybrid model538
4The regulation and steering of corporate social responsibility in China: stories after the enforcement of chinese company law 2006512
5Promoting more socially responsible corporations through UK company law after the 2008 financial crisis: turning of the crisis compass476
6Corporate social responsibility in an insolvent environment: directors' continuing obligations in English law 472
7Promoting stakeholders' interests in the unique Chinese corporate governance model: more socially responsible corporations? 420