Zhaohuang Xie is a doctoral candidate at the Law School of Renmin University of China and an assistant researcher at the Business Law Center of Renmin University of China. Xie obtained his Bachelor Degree of Law from Beijing Jiaotong University and his Master Degree in Law from Renmin University of China. He worked as a core member in research projects on business law sponsored by the National Social Science Foundation of the PRC. He published academic papers on corporate law and bankruptcy law in Chinese law journals, conference proceedings and books. He participated in the organization work of the Chinese Capital Market Law Forum and China Bankruptcy Law Forum. He worked as an intern at Zhonglun Law Firm, Kangda Law Firm and the People’s Procuratorate of Dongcheng District in Beijing.
Xie’s research focus includes corporate law and bankruptcy law, especially the relationship between the legislation and judicial practice of corporate law and bankruptcy law and the comparison between legal systems of China and the United States. He argues that there are some similar or even identical rationales, rules and functions of corporate law and bankruptcy law, and they can profoundly influence the implementation of each other. He also thinks the operation and development of corporate law and bankruptcy law in a country would be deeply affected by the specific economic, social and cultural backgrounds of the country.
April 1, 2021 – April 1, 2022
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