Collective contracts in the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone in China
Case studies carried out in the electronics and communications industry in China's Shenzhen Special Economic Zone illuminate the characteristics of collective consultation and contracts and industrial relations in the country's labour market. It is concluded that collective consultation or bargaining are unable to regulate industrial relations due to the hybrid blending of capitalist and socialist institutions that encourages government control and the integration of official trade unions into management.
Publication Name: International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations
China's banking reform in the context of globalization and transition
The reforms of China's state-owned commercial banks (the 'big four') in the context of globalization and China's transition to a market economy is examined. It is argued that with the integration of China into the global economy, the banking reforms must proceed swiftly and decisively and address the most difficult and testing matters like reducing state ownership and introducing foreign and private capital in banking sector.
Publication Name: European Business Law Review