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Guiguo Wang
  • Eason-Weinmann Chair of International and Comparative Law
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  • guiguo.wang@tulane.edu
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Guiguo Wang

Selected Publications

1. “Survey of China's Economic Contract Law" (in English), Vol. III China Law Reporter No. 4, (1986) 259 - 269, and UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal Vol. 4, No. 1 & 2 (1986) 14 - 29.

2. “A Comparative Study on Antitrust Laws in USA, EEC and Japan" (in Chinese), International Law Yearbook by China's International Law Society (1987) 123 - 150.

3. “The Origin and Evolution of International Economic Law" (in Chinese), Peking University Journal No. 3 (1988) 34 - 43.

4. “Principles Re the Scope of Application and Interpretation of the Convention on International Sale of Goods" (in Chinese), International Law Yearbook, The Chinese Society of International Law (1989) 239 - 258.

5. “On the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency" (in Chinese), Peking University Journal No. 3 (1989) 69 - 78.

6. “The Banking System of Hong Kong and International Collaboration in Bank Supervision" (in Chinese), Jurist's Review, No. 5 & 6 (1993) 114 - 124.

7. “China's Return to GATT - Legal and Economic Implications" (in English), Journal of World Trade, Vol. 28, No. 3 (1994) 51-65.

8. “Reform of the Chinese Turnover Tax System" (in English), Asia Pacific Law Review, Vol. 3, No. 1 (summer 1994) 84-91.

9. “Economic Integration in Quest of Law: Chinese Experience" (in English), Journal of World Trade, Vol. 29, No. 2(1995) 5-28.

10. “The Banking Law Reforms in China - Difficulties and Prospects" (in English), (co-author with Stephen Foo), World Competition, Vol. 18, No. 4 (1995) 13-53.

11. “A Comparative Study on the Act of State” (in Chinese), Chinese Yearbook of International Law (1995), 95-137.

12. “Taxation Law of China" (in English), Taxman, Vol. 84, Part-VI, 10 February 1996, 246-280.

13. “The Unification of the Dispute Resolution System in China - Cultural, Economic and Legal Contributions" (in English), Journal of International Arbitration, Vol. 13, No. 2 (1996) 5-44.

14. “Integration of the Intellectual Property Laws of China - The Chinese Experience” (in English), Roo and Jagtenberg (eds), Yearbook Law and Legal Practice in East Asia 1996, Kluwer Law International (1996), 55 - 89.

15. “One Country Two Arbitration Systems: Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Hong Kong and China" (in English), Journal of International Arbitration, Vol. 14, No. 1, (1997) 5-42.

16. “Interpretation of the Hong Kong Basic Law and the Legal Basis of the Provisional Legislative Council” (in Chinese), Peking University Law Journal, April 1997, 87-89.

17. “The Investment Laws of Hong Kong under the One Country Two Systems” (in English), Journal of World Trade, Vol. 31, No. 6 (1997), pp. 99-122.

18. “Une Analyse Nouvelle De La Doctorine De “L’Acte D’Etat” Appliquee Notamment A La Court of Final Appeal de Hong Kong” (in French), Revue De La Recherche Juridique Droit Prospectif, Publiee par la Faculte De Droit Et De Science Politique d’Aix-Marseille, 1997-2, 395-433.

19. “Legal Interactions in Dispute Resolution: ‘Foreign Awards’ in Hong Kong” (in Chinese), Chinese Yearbook of International Law (1997).

20. “Legal Infiltration through International Economic Integration: A Case of Service Trade” (in Chinese), Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. I (1997), pp. 87-122.

21. “One Country Two Systems: Theory into Practice” (in English) (Co-author with Priscilla M. F. Leung), Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2, March 1998, pp. 279-321.

22. “Economic Relations between Hong Kong and Taiwan Within the Framework of World Trade Organization” (in Chinese), Jurists Review, 1997, No. 5, pp. 82-85.

23. “Patent Law under ‘One Country, Two Systems’” (in English) (Co-author with Priscilla M. F. Leung), Journal of World Intellectual Property, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1998), pp. 55-74.

24. “Reform or Privatization of State-Owned Enterprises? – Opportunities and Challenges” (in English), Journal of World Intellectual Property, Vol. 2, No. 1 (1999), pp. 131-153.

25. “Li Yi Fen Shu: A Preliminary Study of International Economic Law” (in Chinese), Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. XIII, No. III & IV, 1999, pp. 299-334; and Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 2, 1999, pp.43-115.

26. “Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Hong Kong” (in Chinese), Chinese Yearbook of International Law, 1997, pp.207-229.

27. “The International Symposium in Commemoration of the Centennial of the Japanese Association of International Law” (in Chinese), Chinese Yearbook of International Law, 1997, pp.463-466.

28. “China’s Attitude Towards State Immunity – An Eastern Approach” (in English), in Japan and International Law: Past, Present and Future, Edited by Nisuke Ando, Kluwer Law International, 1999, pp. 153-172.

29. “The New Contract Law of China” (in English), Journal of Contract Law, Vol. 15, No. 3, March 2000, pp. 242-267.

30. “One Country Two Systems: Theory into Practice” (in English), Nagoya University Journal of Law and Politics, No. 182, June 2000, pp. 1-12.

31. “The Act of State and HKSAR Court” (in English), Nagoya University Journal of Law and Politics, No. 182, June 2000, pp. 69-95.

32. “The New Neo-Confucianism and International Economic Law” (in English), The Journal of World Investment, No. 1, July 2000, pp. 137-197.

33. “Economic Globalization and China’s Legal Reforms” (in Chinese), Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 3, 2000, pp.1-14.

34. “The Globalized Economy in Quest of Globalization of the Rule of Law: From the Perspective of the National Treatment Principle” (in English), The Journal of World Investment, Vol. 2, No. 1, March 2001, pp. 21-52.

35. “Sovereignty in Global Economic Integration: a Chinese Perspective” (in English), International Law in the Post-Cold War World: Essays in Memory of Li Haopei, edited by Sienho Yee and Wang Tieya, Routledge Studies in International Law, 2001, pp. 357-372.

36. “The Most Favoured Nation Treatment Principle and the WTO” (in Chinese), Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 6, 2002, pp.136-169.

37. “The Mechanism of Subsidies and Countervailing Measures under the WTO” (in Chinese), Jurists’ Review, No. 6, 2002, pp.33-41.

38. “Opportunities and Challenges of China’s WTO Membership to Hong Kong”, in WTO and China: The Road to Free Trade (in Chinese and English), co-edited with David Smith, Law Press, Beijing, China, 2002, pp. 241-247.

39. “The Impact of WTO on the Laws of its Members: A Case Study of the Safeguard Investigation”, Journal of Hunan Political-Legal Cadre College, No. 6, 2002, pp. 27-30.

40. “Prospects for Legal Reforms in Twenty-first Century China: The Implications of WTO Membership”, in China’s Challenges in the Twenty-first Century, edited by Joseph Y. S. Cheng, City University of Hong Kong Press, 2003, pp. 155-176.

41. “The Impacts of China’s WTO Membership on Its Legal Reforms” (in Chinese), Journal of Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade, 2003, No. 4, pp. 1-4.

42. “An Analysis of the Proposition of Establishing Free Trade Zone between Hong Kong and the Mainland” (in Chinese, co-authoured with Priscilla MF Leung), Journal of International Economic Law, 2003, Vol. 7, pp.69-83.

43. “The Development of the Law of WTO from the Prospective of National Treatment” (in Chinese), International and Comparative Law Review, Vol. 6, 2003, pp.37-68.

44. “The WTO and Agricultural Trade” (in Chinese), Peking University Law Review, Vol. 5 (2003), No. 1, pp. 128-160.

45. “Globalization Leading to Harmonization – Argentina’s Poultry Antidumping Case” (in Chinese), Jurists Review, No. 4 (2003), pp. 126-143.

46. “The China Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement Revisited" (in English), The Journal of World Investment & Trade, Vol. 5, No. 1 (February 2004), pp. 177-186;

47. “Towards Remedies which Expand rather than Contract Trade" (in English), The Journal of World Investment & Trade, Vol. 5, No. 2 (April 2004),pp. 557-559.

48. “Globalization of Trade Law - The Example of the Argentina-Poultry Case", The Journal of World Investment & Trade, Vol. 5, No. 3 (2004), pp. 449-483.

49. “The Principle of Sovereignty in Globalization” (in Chinese), in Zhu Jingwen (ed.), Law and Globalization: Theories Behind Practice, Law Press, 2004, pp. 139-155.

50. “WTO in Post-Cancun Era” (in Chinese), Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 10, 2004, pp. 69-82.

51. “Regional Arrangements Within the Context of Globalization"(in Chinese), in Wang Guiguo (Ed.), A study on the Legal Issues Concerning Regional Arrangement, Peking University Press (2004), pp. 1-43.

52. “Contributions of the National Treatment Principle Toward the Globalization of Law” (in Chinese), in Rao Geping (ed.),Collection of Assays in Commemoration of Professor Wang Tieya, Peking University Press, 2004, pp. 126-146.

53. “Impacts of the EC Preference Tariffs on the Developing Countries” (in Chinese), Present Day Law Science, Vol. 2, Issue 5 (2004), pp. 19-23.

54. “Reforming the WTO Dispute Settlement Procedures"(in English), The Journal of World Investment & Trade, Vol. 6, No. 1, (February 2005) pp. 123-124;

55. “Sino-US Textile Dispute -- Legal Perspectives"(in English), The Journal of World Investment & Trade, Vol. 6, No. 1, (February 2005) pp. 133-143;

56. “The Impact of Globalization on State Sovereignty” (in English), Chinese Journal of International Law, Number 2, Volume 3, 2004, pp. 473-483.

57. “China” (co-authored with Wang Yaotian) (in English), in Patrick F. J. Macrory, Authur E. Appleton and Michael G. Plummer (ed.), The World Trade Organization: Legal, Economic and Political Analysis, Vol. III, Springer (2005), pp. 47-71.

58. “Correctness and Wrongfulness of the Rules of the Game of Service Trade” (in Chinese), Jurists Review (2005), Vol. 4, pp.149-160.

59. “The World Trade Organization after Cancun” (in English), in Steve Charnovitz, Debra P. Steger and Peter van den Bossche (ed), Law in the Service of Human Dignity: Essays in Honour of Florentino Feliciano, Cambridge University Press (2005), pp. 222-237.

60. “The Across-the-Strait Relations against the Background of Globalization” (in English), The Journal of World Investment & Trade, Vo. 7, No. 1 (Feb. 2006), pp. 5-24.

61. “The Across-the-Strait Relations against the Background of Globalization” (in Chinese), in Wang Guiguo (ed.), Studies on Economic and Trade Arrangement between the Four Areas Across-the-Strait, Peking University Press, 2006, pp. 1-20.

62. “International Investment Law in the Globalized World” (in English, co-authored with Priscilla Leung), in Wolfgang Seiffert (ed), Legal Issues of Foreign Investment in Transition Countries, Osteuropaforschung Band 47, Germany (2006), pp. 53-70.

63. “Conditionality for China’s Peaceful Rise” (in English), in Joseph Y.S. Cheng (ed), Challenges and Policy Programmes of China’s New Leadership, City University of Hong Kong Press (2007), pp.153-177.

64. “The Race Discrimination Bill in Hong Kong – A Critical Review” (in English), The Journal of World Investment & Trade, Vol. 8 No.3 (June 2007), pp. 431 – 440.

65. “International Development Law in the Globalized World” (in English), Asia Law Review, Vol. 4, No. 1 (June 2007), pp. 41-87 and James Cook University Law Review (with modifications), Vol. 13 (2006), pp. 187-232.

66. “From Economic Globalization to Globalizing the Rule of Law” (in Chinese), China Legal Science, Issue No. 1, 2008, pp. 12-23.

67. “Globalising the Rule of Law” (in English), Indian Journal of International Law, Vol. 48, 2008, No. 1, pp. 21-44.

68. “China’s Practice in International Investment Law: From Participation to Leadership in the World Economy” (in English), 34 The Yale Journal of International Law 575 (Summer 2009, No.2), pp. 575-87.

69. “International Investment Law and Economic Framework between the Two Sides of the Strait” (in Chinese), Present Day Law Science, Vol. 7, No. 6, 2009, pp. 3-11.

70. “Features of Contemporary International Investment Law” (in Chinese), Journal of Comparative Law, No. 107 (2010 Issue No. 1), pp. 69-82.

71. “Mediation in the Globalized Business Environment” (in English), Asia Pacific Law Review, Vol. 17 (2010), pp. 47-66.

72. “International Investment Law: An Appraisal from the Perspective of the New Have School of International Law” (in English), Asia Pacific Law Review, Vol. 18 (2010), pp. 19-44.

73. “Customs Law of Hong Kong” (in English), Chia-Jui Cheng (ed.), Customs Law of East Asia, Kluwer Law International (2010), pp. 95-116.

74. “China’s Practice in International Investment Law: From Participation to Leadership in the World Economy” (in English), Mahnoush H. Arsanjani, et al (ed.), Looking to the Future: Essays on International Law in Honor of W. Michael Reisman, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden-Boston (2011), pp.845-890.

75. “Trend and Problems of the International Investment Law: from the Saipem Case” (in Chinese), Journal of China University of Political Science and Law, No. 2, March 2011, pp.48-57.

76. “China’s FTAs: Legal Characteristics and Implications” (in English), American Journal of International Law, Vol. 105, No. 3 (2011), pp.493-516.

77. “Features, Difficulties and Direction of Contemporary International Economic Law” (in English), Bea Verschraegen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies of Comparative and Private International Law (Vol. II), Jan Sramek Verlag (2011), pp.189-207.

78. “Chinese Mechanisms for Resolving Investor-State Disputes” (in English), Jindal Journal of Interntional Affairs, Inaugural Issue, October 2011, pp. 204-233.

79. “The New Haven School of Legal Theory from the Perspective of Traditional Chinese Culture” (in English), Asia Pacific Law Review, Vol. 20, No. 2 (2012), pp. 211-231.

80. “International Trade Law and Development” (in English), The Global Community: Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence (2011), Vol. I, pp. 155-191.

81. “Threat of Inconsistent Awards to International Investment” (in English, co-authored, first author), KLRI Journal of Law and Legislation, Vo. 2 (2012), pp. 23-56.

82. “Mediation and International Investment: A Chinese Perspective” (in English, co-authored, first author), Maine Law Review, Vol. 65, No. 1 (2012), pp. 216-236.

83. “China’s Practice in International Investment Law” (in English), Seoul Law Journal, Vol. 53, No. 4 (December 2012), pp. 187-243.

84. “The New Haven School of Legal Theory and Traditional Chinese Culture” (in English), The Global Community, Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence, October, 2013, pp. 609-623.

85. “The ICSID Annulment Mechanism: Practice, Problems and Alternatives” (in English), China Legal Science, Vol. 2, No. 2 (2014), pp. 29-54.

86. “Consent in Investor-State Arbitration: A Critical Analysis”, Chinese Journal of International Law, 2014, pp. 335-361.

87. “Issues of Compensation for Non-Expropriatory Breaches in International Investment Law”, Manchester Journal of International Economic Law, Volume 11, Issue 2, 2014, pp. 156-181.

88. “Judicial Independence in the Context of International Investment Law”, in Shimon Shetreet (ed), The Culture of Judicial Independence: Rule of Law and World Peace, Brill Nijhoff, 2014, pp. 301-317.

89. “The Belt and Road Initiative from the Perspective of Contemporary International Law” (in Chinese), International Law Perspective of the Belt and Road Initiative (in Chinese, Co-ed. with Alan Lee and Priscilla MF Leung), Zhejiang University Press, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, 2016, pp. 324-337.

 

Books

Sole Author Books

1. Sino-American Economic Exchanges - The Legal Contributions (in English), Praeger Publishers, New York, 1985, 220 pages;

2.International Banking and Financial Law (in Chinese), Law Press, Beijing, China, 1987, 432 pages;

3. The International Trade Order (in Chinese), Law Press, Beijing, China, 1987 270 pages;

4. China's Investment Law: The New Directions (in English), Butterworths, Singapore, 1988, 272 pages;

5. Contemporary Legal Prescriptions for International Investment (in Chinese), Law Press, Beijing, China, 1988, 365 pages;

6. Chinese Foreign Economic Law: Analysis and Commentary (in English), International Law Institute, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., 1991, 846 pages, Co-editor with Prof. Rui Mu;

7. International Investment Law (in Chinese), Law Press, Beijing, China, 1990, 435 pages;

8. International Economic Law (in Chinese), Wide Angle Press, Hong Kong, 1992, 379 pages.

9. Business Law of China: Cases, Texts and Commentary (in English), Butterworhs, Singapore, 1993, 626 pages;

10. International Monetary and Financial Law (in Chinese), Wide Angle Press, Hong Kong, 1993, 527 pages;

11. Wang's Business Law of China (in English), Butterworths, Singapore, 1996, 1000 pages;

12. International Monetary and Financial Law (in Chinese), Peking University Press, Beijing, 1996, 600 pages;

13. Wang's Business Law of China (3rd Edition, in English), Butterworths, Singapore, 1999, 944 pages;

14. International Investment Law (in Chinese), Peking University Press, 2001, 508 pages;

15. International Monetary and Financial Law (in Chinese, 2nd Edition), Peking University Press, Beijing, 2002, 555 pages;

16. The Law of WTO (in Chinese), Law Press, Beijing, China, 2003, 627 pages;?17. Wang's Business Law of China (4rd Edition, in English), Butterworths,

LexisNexis, Singapore, 2003, 990 pages;?18. International Trade Law (in Chinese), Peking University Press, 2004, 448 pages;

19. The Law of the WTO: China and the Future of Free Trade (in English), Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2005, 1075 pages;

20. International Monetary and Financial Law (in Chinese, 3rd Edition), Law Press, Beijing, China, 2007, 551 pages.

21. International Investment Law (in Chinese, 2nd Edition), Law Press, Beijing, China, 2008, 472 pages.

22. “Radiating Impact of WTO on Its Members’ Legal System: The Chinese Perspective” (in English), Collected Courses of The Hague Academy of International Law, vol. 349, Martinus Nujhoff Publishers (2010), pp.281-535.

23. International Investment Law: A Chinese Perspective (in English), Routledge, January 2015.

Edited, Co-authored and Co-edited Books

1. Drafting of Legal Documents Pertinent to Commercial Transactions, (edited) (in Chinese), Law Press, Beijing, China, 1990, 329 pages;

2. Legal Documents Involving Foreign Interests (edited) (in Chinese), Chengdu Science and Technology University Press, Sichuan, 1993, 267 pages;

3. China's Company Law -- The New Legislation (An English translation of the legislation in Chinese with an introduction), Butterworths, 1994, 98 pages;

4. China's Company Law -- An Annotation (in English), Butterworths, 1994, 216 pages, Co-authored with Roman Tomasic;

5. Market Economy and Law (in Chinese), Peking University Press, 1995, 291 pages, Co-edited with Prof Wei Zhenying;

6. Legal Developments in China - Market Economy and Law (in English), Sweet & Maxwell, Hong Kong, 1995, 426 pages, Co-edited with Prof Wei Zhenying;

7. An Encyclopaedia of Chinese Law (in Chinese) (Volume on International Law) (Co-editor and Contributor), China and Procuratorate Publishing House, Beijing, 1996;

8. A Comparative Study on the Laws of the Mainland of China and Hong Kong (in Chinese), Peking University Press, Beijing, 1998, Co-edited with Prof Wei Zhenying, 419 pages;

9. Chinese Law (in English), Kluwer Law International, 1999, Co-edited with John Mo, 839 pages;

10. China’s Legal System (Co-authored with Zhou Wangsheng and Priscilla MF Leung, in Chinese), Joint Publishing (H.K.) Co. Ltd., Hong Kong, 2000. 232 pages;

11. WTO and China: The Road to Free Trade (in Chinese and English), co-edited with David Smith, Law Press, Beijing, China, 2002, 340 pages;

12. The Legal Issues Concerning Regional Arrangements (Ed., in Chinese), Peking University Press, 2004, 258 pages;

13. Studies on Economic and Trade Arrangement between the Four Areas Across-the-Strait (Ed., in Chinese), Peking University Press, 2006, 254 pages;

14. Understanding and Shaping International Law: Essays of W. Michael Reisman (co-edited with Wan Exiang and Daniel Fung, in Chinese), Law Press, Beijing, China, 2007;

15.Chinese Judges (Ed.), Law Press, Beijing, China, 2013;?16. Jurisprudence for a Free Society (translation of the book by Laswell and McDougal (Ed.)), Law Press, Beijing, China, 2013.

17. International Law Perspective of the Belt and Road Initiative (in Chinese, Co-ed. with Alan Lee and Priscilla MF Leung), Zhejiang University Press, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, 2016.

 

Books and Book Chapters

1. “Introduction" (in Chinese), Drafting of Legal Documents Pertinent to Commercial Transactions, Law Press, Beijing, China, 1990, 5 pages.

2. “Documentation of International Financial Transactions" (in English), Drafting of Legal Documents Pertinent to Commercial Transactions, Law Press, Beijing, China, 1990, 77 pages.

3. “Introduction" (in English), (Co-author with Professor Rui Mu), Chinese Foreign Economic Law: Analysis and Commentary, International Law Institute, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., 1991, 2 pages.

4. “China's Participation in International Collaborations" (in English), Chinese Foreign Economic Law: Analysis and Commentary, International Law Institute, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., 1991, 26 pages.

5. “Commercial Dispute Resolution in China" (in English), Chinese Foreign Economic Law: Analysis and Commentary, International Law Institute, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., 1991, 61 pages.

6. “Economic Legal Reforms" (in English), Joseph Cheng Yu-shek and Maurice Brosseau ed., China Review 1993, The Chinese University Press, Hong Kong, 1993, 33 pages.

7. “China's Copyright Law and Practice" (in Chinese), Shi Hwei-yow, et al, ed., Collection of Articles on the Intellectual Property Law of the Mainland and Taiwan, Wide Angle Press, Hong Kong, 1994, 16 pages.

8. “Foreign Investment Law in the Pearl River Delta" (in English), J. Cheng & S. Macpherson ed., Development in Southern China, Longman Asia Limited, 1995, 20 pages.

9. “China's Company Law and Market Economy - A Comparative Analysis of the Rights and Obligations of Directors" (in Chinese), Wei Zhenying and Wang Guiguo ed., Market Economy and Law, Peking University Press, Beijing, 1995, pages 62-76.

10. “International Economic Law" (in Chinese), Wang Tieya ed., International Law (authorized book for Chinese Universities), Law Press, Beijing, China, pages 486-520.

11. “A Comparative Study on the Act of State Doctrine - With Special Reference to the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal" (in English), Wang Guiguo and Wei Zhenying ed., Legal Developments in China - Market Economy and Law, Sweet & Maxwell, Hong Kong, 1996, pages 249-293.

12. “The Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Hong Kong” (in Chinese), Wei Zhenying and Wang Guiguo ed., A Comparative Study on the Laws of the Mainland of China and Hong Kong, Peking University Press, Beijing, 1998, pp. 292-313.

13. “The Act of State Doctrine and HKSAR Court” (in both Chinese and English), The 21st Century’s Judiciary System – Collected Papers of the Third Asia-Pacific Courts Conference, Shanghai No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court, Shanghai, China, 1999, pp. 98-105; 278-289.

14. “The Legal System of China” (in English), Chinese Law, Kluwer Law International, 1999, Co-edited by Wang Guiguo and John Mo, pp. 1-21;

15. “The Legal System of China” (in English), in D.K. Srivastava (ed), Business Law in Hong Kong (2nd ed.), Sweet & Maxwell Asia (2007), pp. 67-82.