For the past two decades, the regulatory and legal landscape of the corporate world has shifted from the national to the global mode. The Center for International Business Law at China Foreign Affairs University was established in recognition of this dramatic change that would inevitably have an impact on the study and practice of International Business Law domestically and internationally. The center was established to address and help shape those changes, becoming a leader in international business legal education in China.
In a world where globalization is a given, the professors at the center offer students a variety of well-regarded courses addressing the changing nature of the international business legal world. This broad scope covers International Law and Jurisprudence, International Economic Law, International Business, and Comparative Business Law. The courses try to bring a rich educational experience for interested students.
The center has invited visiting scholars from overseas to augment the faculty and inspire the student body with lectures in International Law. Professors at the center are frequent speakers at public forums, symposia, and in the media. They are respected publishers of books and treatises that have been used in doctoral, MBA and EMBA courses at major universities and business schools in China.
The center’s mission is to contribute to the exploration of important issues of interest to business organizations, regulators, policy makers, practitioners, jurists, scholars, and future lawyers in this important field, thus making the center an important and valuable resource for the International Business Law community.
Professor D. Yu, Professor Gong Yingchun, and Professor Zhang Xiaoli are the researchers at the Center for International Business Law.