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Research Projects

 

gLAWcal is engaged in several long-term research projects with a multitude of partners.

1) gLAWcal collaborates on the project on “Current Trends of Chinese Law towards Non-Trade Concerns such as Sustainable Development and the Protection of Environment, Public Health, Food Safety, Cultural, Social and Economic Rights, Labour Rights and the Reduction of Poverty from the Perspective of International Law and WTO Law”. This project has been approved and funded for 2 years 2011 - 2012 by the China-EU School of Law in Beijing  - CESL.

Three conferences were held within the CESL project framework.
The first one was held in Turin on November 23th adn 24th, 2011. To view the detailed programme of the conference, please see files/conference-leaflet-turin-november-23-24-20111.pdf

The second one was held in Maastrict on January 19th and 20th, 2012. To view the detailed programme of the conference, please see files/conference-maastricht-january-19-20-2011-final.pdf.

The third one was held in Beijing on January 14th and 15th, 2012. To view the detailed programme of the conference, please see files/beijing-conference-january-14-15-2012-final.pdf.

2) gLAWcal is partner in the project on “Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments: Towards an Integrated Approach on National and International Stage” – EPSEI, 7th Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Commission - Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme (IRSES). Coordinator of the network is the University of Turin. The network is composed by University of Turin, Faculty of Law, Italy (Coordinator); University of Lund – Department of Political Science, Lund – Sweden; Université de Provence, Center of Comparative Epistemology & Ergology (CEPERC), France, Tsinghua University, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing, China; Tomsk State University, Department of Law, Russia; Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES) in Beijing, China; Euro-.Mediterranean Center for Climate Change (CMCC), Venice, Italy; University of Eastern Piedmont, Faculty of Law, Italy. The project has been approved and funded by the EU commission in July 2010 for four year duration April 2011 - April 2015.
One of the First Workshops within the EPSEI research project framework was held in Beijing on July 21, 2013. To see the detailed programme of the workshop, please see files/EPSEI_workshop_Short_Leaftlet.pdf

For more information about other events organized in the Framework of the EPSEI Project, please follow this link here 

For information about gLAWcal publications in the EPSEI Project follow this link here and other EPSEI publications follow this link here

3) gLAWcal is partner in the project on “Partnering Opportunities between Europe and China in the Renewable Energies and Environmental Industries” – POREEN, 7th Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Commission - Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme (IRSES). The network of the project includes 9 academic institutions and research centers in Europe and China: University of Macerata (UniMC) in Italy is the coordinating institution. The partners are: Beijing Normal University (BNU) in China, Università Politecnica delle Marche (UPM) in Italy, Toulouse Business School (TBS) in France, Istituto Universitario Studi Europei (IUSE) in Italy, University of Ulster (UU) in United KIngdom,  Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL) in China, Tongji University of Shanghai (TUS) in China. The project has been approved and funded by the EU commission in June 2011 for four year duration January 2013 - December 2016.

The first comprehensive workshop within the POREEN research project framework was held in Beijing on July 23, 2013. To see the detailed programme of the workshop, please see files/POREEN_workshop_short_leaflet.pdf

For more information about other events organized in the Framework of the POREEN Project, please follow this link here 

For information about gLAWcal publications in the POREEN Project follow this link here

4) gLAWcal is partner in the project on “Liberalism In Between Europe And China” - LIBEAC - Assessing the Socio-Cultural and Politico-Legal Dimensions of the Differences in Terms of Interpretation and Enforcement of Economic, Social and Environmental Rights in Europe and China”, in the 7th Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Commission - Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme (IRSES). The project is coordinated by Aix-Marseille University, CEPERC.
The first comprehensive workshop within the LIBEAC research project framework was held in Beijing on July 22, 2013. To see the detailed programme of the workshop, please see files/LIBEAC_workshop_short_leaflet.pdf

The network includes 8 institutions in Europe, China and Japan: Aix-Marseilles University (AMU), Center for Comparative Ergology and Epistemology (CEPERC), France (coordinator), Résurgences (Resurgences), France, University Institute for European Studies (IUSE), Italy;  University of Eastern Piedmont (UNIPMN), Department of Law, Italy; Charles University (ChU), Department of International Relations (DRI), Czech Republic; Tsinghua University (TH), a) Department of Philosophy (PD), b) School of Public Policy and Management (SPPM), c) Law School (LS), China; Peking University (PKU), a) School of Government (SG), b) Law School (LS), China; Hokkaido University (Hokudai), Department of Philosophy (PD), Japan. The project has been approved and funded by the EU commission in June 2011 for four year duration January 2013 - December 2016.

For more information about other events organized in the Framework of the LIBEAC Project, please follow this link here 

For information about gLAWcal publications in the LIBEAC Project follow this link here

5) gLAWcal is partner in the project on "Consumer Policy in China: Protecting the Citizens, Strengthening the Domestic Market and Building an Ecological Civilization" in collaboration with University of Macau, Faculty of Law. The project has been approved and funded by the Multi-Year Research Grant (MYRG) of the University Senate Research Committee, University of Macau for three year duration June 2015 - June 2018.

Following the Call for Papers (which can be found here), on December 16, 2015, gLAWcal in partnership with University of Macau, Faculty of Law (China) organized an International Conference on “Consumer Policy in China: New Trends and Challenges”.