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About Li-Wen Lin

Professor Lin holds a LLB degree from National Taiwan University, LLM and JSD degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, MA, MPhil and PhD degrees in Sociology from Columbia University. She has published a series of articles on corporate social responsibility in comparative perspective. Her current research adopts the interdisciplinary approach of law and economic sociology to explore the governance of China's large state-owned enterprises. Her recent publications include “Reforming China's State-Owned Enterprises: From Structure to People” (The China Quarterly, Forthcoming); “China’s National Champions: Governance Change through Globalization?” (University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review 2015); "State Ownership and Corporate Governance in China: An Executive Career Approach" (Columbia Business Law Review 2013); "We are the (National) Champions: Understanding the Mechanisms of State Capitalism in China" (Stanford Law Review 2013) (with Curtis Milhaupt).

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia
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Disciplines

Law

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