AIIFL Working Papers

AIIFL Working Paper No. 30

The Incomplete Global Financial Order and Spillovers from Instability in Trade and Currency Market Regimes

Emilios Avgouleas

AIIFL Working Paper No. 29

A Red Flag for the Licensing Regime

Syren Johnstone

AIIFL Working Paper No. 28

Misconceptions of Interest Benchmark Misconduct

Paul Lejot

AIIFL Working Paper No. 27

Do Corporate Governance Practices In One Jurisdiction Affect Another One?
Lessons from the Panama Papers

Bryane Michael and Say Goo

AIIFL Working Paper No. 26

What Do the Panama Papers Teach Us About the Administrative Law of Corporate Governance Reform in Hong Kong?

Bryane Michael and Say Goo

AIIFL Working Paper No. 25

The Case for the Extra-Territorial Application of Corporate Governance Standards in China

Bryane Michael and Say Goo

AIIFL Working Paper No. 24

Hard Corporate Governance Law in a Soft Law Jurisdiction

Bryane Michael and Say Goo

AIIFL Working Paper No. 23

The Value of the Corporate Governance Canon on Chinese Companies

Bryane Michael and Say Goo

AIIFL Working Paper No. 22

Moving Forward on Listing Reform

Syren Johnstone, Nigel Davis and Douglas W. Arner

AIIFL Working Paper No. 21

Hong Kong’s Involvement with International Tax Reform: What’s the ‘BEPS’?

Professor Adrian Sawyer

AIIFL Working Paper No. 20

An Update on Hong Kong’s Exchange of Information Developments and Engaging with BEPS

Professor Adrian Sawyer

AIIFL Working Paper No. 19

A Principles-based Response to the Proposed Reform of the Governance Structure for Listing Regulation in Hong Kong

Syren Johnstone, Nigel Davis and Douglas W. Arner

AIIFL Working Paper No. 18

A Red Flag for Hong Kong Credit Ratings

Syren Johnstone

AIIFL Working Paper No. 17

IPO Sponsors and Prospectus Liability: The Bridge Too Far?

Syren Johnstone, Antonio Da Roza and Nigel Davis

AIIFL Working Paper No. 16

Last of the Tai-Pans: Improving the Sustainability of Long-Term Financial Flows by Improving Hong Kong’s Corporate Governance

Bryane Michael and Say Goo

AIIFL Working Paper No. 15

Feeling the Heat: Will Hong Kong Succumb to International Pressure for Enhanced Transparency, Cooperation and Information Exchange on Taxation Matters?

Adrian Sawyer

AIIFL Working Paper No. 14

The Regulation of Foreign Direct Investment by State-owned Enterprises in Canada

Gail Henderson

AIIFL Working Paper No. 13

An Analysis of the Protection of Financial Consumer’s Rights and Interests

Pang Hua-ling

AIIFL Working Paper No. 12

The Bankruptcy Regulation of Multinational Enterprise Group: From a Comparative Analysis

Wang Chih Cheng

AIIFL Working Paper No. 11

Electricity Regulation in the United States

Thomas Cheng

AIIFL Working Paper No. 10

Electricity Regulation in the United Kingdom

Thomas Cheng

AIIFL Working Paper No. 9

Electricity Regulation in Germany

Thomas Cheng

AIIFL Working Paper No. 8

Electricity Regulation in Australia

Thomas Cheng

Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s Developing Double Tax Agreement Regime: A Case Study of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region-New Zealand Double Tax Agreement
Adrian Sawyer
The Global Financial Crisis and the Financial Stability Board: Hardening the Soft Law of International Financial Regulation?
Douglas W. Arner and Michael W. Taylor
Assessing East Asian Financial Cooperation and Integration
Douglas W. Arner, Paul Lejot and Wei Wang
The Global Financial Crisis and the Future of Financial Regulation in Hong Kong
Douglas W. Arner, Berry F.C. Hsu, Antonio M. Da Roza, Francisco A. Da Roza, Syren Johnstone and Paul Lejot
The Global Credit Crisis of 2008: Causes and Consequences
Douglas W. Arner
Proportionality and Balancing in WTO Law: A Comparative Perspective
Mads Andenas and Stefan Zleptnig
Financial Regulation and the WTO: Liberalization and Restructuring in China Two Years Post-accession
Douglas W. Arner, Zhongfei Zhou, Mattheo Bushehri, Berry F.C. Hsu, Jianbo Lou and Wei Wang

Other Working Papers

Responding to the Global Financial and Economic Crisis: Meeting the Challenges in Asia

Douglas W. Arner and Lotte Schou-Zibell

ADB Working Paper Series on Regional Economic Integration

October 2010

Global Financial Regulatory Reforms: Implications for Developing Asia

Douglas W. Arner and Cyn-Young Park

ADB Working Paper Series on Regional Economic Integration

September 2010

Cambodia launches Financial Sector Development Strategy 2006-2015

On Thursday, 7 June, the Prime Minister of Cambodia officially launched the Financial Sector Development Strategy 2006-2015 at an international symposium in Phnom Penh co-hosted by the Royal Government of Cambodia and the Asian Development Bank.

This document marks a major step in Cambodia’s on-going finanical and economic reform process, as well as providing a useful example for other countries. Soft copies in Khmer and English are available.