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2019-(A+B+C+D+E)

  • Yun-chien Chang*, Su-hao Tu, accepted, “Two-way Selection Between Flat-fee Attorneys and Litigants: Theoretical and Empirical Analyses”, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF LAW AND ECONOMICS. (SSCI) (IF: 0.481; SSCI ranking: 79.8%,72.5%)
  • 張永健*、吳從周,accepted,〈逝者的公寓大廈——靈骨塔的契約與物權安排問題〉,《臺大法學論叢》。(TSSCI) (Yun-chien Chang & Chung-Jau Wu, accepted, “High-rise for the Dead: The Problematic Contractual and Property Arrangements Regarding Columbarium Pagoda”, National Taiwan University Law Journal)
  • Wen-Tsong Chiou, accepted, “Limits and Prospects of The Right to be Forgotten in Taiwan”, editor(s): Franz Werro, THE RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EMERGENT RIGHT’S EVOLUTION AND APPLICATION IN EUROPE, THE AMERICAS, AND ASIA, Springer.
  • Yun-chien Chang*, William Hubbard, accepted, “An Empirical Analysis of Taiwan Courts with Comparison to U.S. Federal Courts”, editor(s): Yun-chien Chang, Selection and Decision in Judicial Process Around the World: Empirical Inquires, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Shu-Perng Hwang, accepted, “Foreign Law, Democracy, and Constitutional Interpretation: A German-American Comparison”, German Law Journal.
  • Yun-chien Chang, accepted, “Judges Avoid Ex Post but Not Ex Ante Inefficiency: Theory and Empirical Evidence from Taiwan”, editor(s): Yun-chien Chang, Selection and Decision in Judicial Process Around the World: Empirical Inquires, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Su, Yen-Tu, accepted, “Regime Unchanged: The Organization and Failed Reorganization of Taiwan’s Judicial Yuan”, editor(s): Neil Chisholm, Judicial Reform in Taiwan: Institutionalizing Democracy and the Diffusion of Law, New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Yen-Tu Su, Chien-Chih Lin, accepted, “The Constitutional Law and Politics in Taiwan”, editor(s): David Law, Alex Schwartz, & Holning Lau, Oxford Handbook of Constitutional Law in Asia, Oxford University Press.
  • Jimmy Chia-Shin Hsu, accepted, “The Right to Life”, editor(s): David S. Law, Holning Lau, and Alex Schwartz, Oxford Handbook of Constitutional Law in Asia, Oxford University Press.
  • 張永健,accepted,〈繼承標的之一般理論——中國民法總則第124條未回答的問題〉,《清華法律評論》。 ([In Chinese] Yun-chien Chang. 2019. A General Theory of Estate: The Unanswered Question by China's General Principle Part of the Civil Code. Tsinghua Law Review.)
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