This year's Joseph Levenson Book Prize goes to the 2021 work making "the greatest contribution to increasing understanding of the history, culture, society, politics, or economy of China."
China and Human Rights in International Trade
The Institute for Chinese Studies at the Ohio State University presents a talk on China and human rights in international trade as a part of the "China at the Crossroads" Lecture Series.
“China at the Crossroads” Lecture Series 2012-2013
Autumn Semester 2012
Topic: China and Human Rights in International Trade
Daniel C.K. Chow is the Joseph S. Platt-Porter Wright Morris & Arthur Professor of Law. He writes and teaches in the area of international business, trade, international intellectual property, and the law of China. His recent publications include International Business Transactions: Problems, Cases, and Materials (2d ed. 2010 Aspen) (with Schoenbaum), “Counterfeiting as an Externality Imposed by Multinational Companies on Developing Countries,” 51 Virginia Journal of International Law 785 (2011), and Doing Business in China: Problems, Cases, and Materials (West 2011) (with Han), the first American casebook on China. Chow spent a year as a visiting Scholar at the Academia Sinica in Taipei, Taiwan, and then several years as in house counsel for a multinational company based in Guangzhou, China. Chow received his BA and JD from Yale University.
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