The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Rule of law, Law, Comparative law, China and Chinese law. His Rule of law research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Political economy, Commission and Law and economics. His work on Independence, Judicial independence and Institution as part of general Law research is often related to Law and development, thus linking different fields of science.
In his study, Economic growth and Politics is inextricably linked to Human rights, which falls within the broad field of China. His Chinese law research incorporates themes from Civil law and Due process. His Municipal law study combines topics in areas such as Legal history, Legal profession and Public administration.
His main research concerns Rule of law, Law, Comparative law, China and Human rights. His research in Rule of law intersects with topics in Political economy, Democracy and Law and economics. His study ties his expertise on Corporate governance together with the subject of Law.
His study in Comparative law is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public law, Principle of legality and Public administration. His is doing research in Chinese law, Civil law, Private law, Due process and Municipal law, both of which are found in Public law. His China study incorporates themes from Developing country, Development economics, Washington Consensus and Economy.
His primary areas of investigation include Rule of law, Comparative law, China, Law and development and Law. His research integrates issues of Transnational governance, Empirical legal studies and Law and economics in his study of Rule of law. His Comparative law research includes themes of Public law and Public administration.
Private law, Municipal law, Due process, Chinese law and Civil law are subfields of Public law in which his conducts study. His China research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Beijing Consensus and Development economics. Randall Peerenboom frequently studies issues relating to Political economy and Law.
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Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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