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عنوان: Economic Analysis of Law in China
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ناشر: Edward Elgar Publishing
سال انتشار: 2007
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تعداد صفحات: 324
شابک: 1847200362
شابک(13): 9781847200365
مشخصات: xix, 324 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
رده بندی کنگره: KNQ440
دیویی: 343.51/07
دیویی نرمال: 343.5107
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`This is an extremely valuable collection of essays on modern Chinese law viewed through the lens of the law and economics movement. China is developing very rapidly and law is now understood to provide the essential framework for economic development - provided the law itself is economically rational. The essays in this volume are excellent examples of how economics can be used to clarify and guide the law applicable to the essential dimensions of the economy. I recommend it wholeheartedly and without reservations.'
- Richard A. Posner, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and University of Chicago Law School, US

`This book brings together important applications of law and economics to China and covers a wide range of issues, including such basic concerns as property rights, intellectual property, and taxation, as well as competition law and corporate and securities law. Because of its breadth of coverage, its focus on the particulars of Chinese law, and the expertise of its scholars - both Western and Chinese - it should serve as a valuable reference work for years to come.'
- Steven Shavell, Harvard Law School, US

`This book is an important step toward a Chinese scholarship in law and economics, written by leading law and economics researchers from China and Europe.'
- Hans-Bernd Schaefer, Universität Hamburg, Germany

`In China everything is different, you cannot apply ordinary economics and the legal framework is idiosyncratic. In the course of time, such statements turned out to be prejudices, and the Eger/ Faure/ Zhang volume makes perfectly clear that, for instance, a law and economics approach can shed new light into the intricacies and complexities of Chinese institutional arrangements. Indeed, China creates new puzzles for economic and legal analysis. On the other hand, however, the Chinese need not invent the wheel anew - and they do not try it. The book shows instances where a sophisticated law and economics approach can help to develop the legal framework which is appropriate for the transition from a planned into a market economy. The Chinese economic system is not (yet) a normal capitalist market economy, neither is the legal system adapted to a normal private property economy. Nevertheless the chapters of the book apply fruitfully law and economics theories and thus prove their general applicability. One of the outstanding achievements of the volume can be seen in the fact that it recruited more than half of its contributors with a Chinese background. They learn eagerly western approaches and they learn fast. And, of course, they have no problems with understanding Chinese culture and society. So the book combines most profitably the look from the outside and the look from within with a common theoretical framework.'
- Hans-Jürgen Wagener, Europa Universität Viadrina, Germany

This book comprises contributions on recent developments in China from a law and economics perspective. For the first time Chinese and European scholars jointly discuss some important attributes of China's legal and economic system, and some recent problems, from this particular viewpoint.

The authors apply an economic analysis of law not only to general characteristics of China's social order, such as the specific type of federal competition, the efficiency of taxation and regulation, and the importance of informal institutions (Guanxi), but also to distinct areas of Chinese law such as competition policy, professional regulation, corporate governance and capital markets, oil pollution, intellectual property rights and internet games. The contributors discuss to what extent the law and economic models that have so far been employed within the context of developed countries can be applied to a country like China as well. The European scholars use law and economics in order to determine what China could learn from the European experience. The Chinese scholars discuss whether law and economics can be of any use in analysing the particular features of the Chinese legal system today.

Economic Analysis of Law in China will appeal to lawyers, economists and social scientists in China interested in developing legal institutions with an eye on economic efficiency. Scholars generally interested in the economic analysis of law, as well as in the comparison and transition of economic systems, will also find much in this book that will be of interest to them.

 
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Yes, you can! Yes, you can test almost any aspect of your application and - provided you do have the tools - with relative ease. And the authors encourage you to actually do it. And they help you doing it with plenty of source code. Their "cyborg" an improved wrapper to java.awt.Robot is just great and of immediate use. I must admit that I immediately applied the thread testing chapter ideas (and some of the books helper code) to this suspicious part of my software: great relief. Since reading the landmark Java Concurrency in Practice, I am a little paranoid on that topic.

So who is the target audience?
At the core is the experienced Java developer not the quality control people or the managers. You should not only know Java quite well, you should also know a little about testing. Test Driven Development: By Example (Addison-Wesley Signature Series)is a good start.
Also it improves your benefits, if your projects are similar to the authors: Java rich client applications, distributed, RMI as communications protocol, databases of small size, artificial intelligence application and an agile development culture. For example if you do libraries and use a lot of classes, which are only visible in the package (quite sensible to do in this case) GrandTestAuto the special testing program of the authors will not be able to unit test your classes. Similar things hold for web or embedded or large database development.
Anyhow everything is supplied with source code. You can adapt it to your needs. Also the ideas are more important than the specific support tool implementations.

There is no reference section. The references are all distributed in the main text.

In summary I do recommend the book. It teaches you a lot and the reading is just plain fun. The book really draws you in.
 
2009/03/03

Must have book for Java applic


The challenge for developers with swing though is testing its components. Testing is one of the fundamental steps in application development and apparently, testing Swing has become a challenge for developers. By itself swing is very easy to test but since it is used as an emulator, it is often changed according to the needs of the application. Changes in the application are common during the development process and swing has to adjust to these changes - eventually testing its components a little bit harder.

This book aims to answer those questions and guide the developers on properly testing the Swing plug-ins in as little time as possible. This book will deal with a very important testing technique: automation. Through automation, testing will be faster and development will eventually be easier.

The book has only 300 pages but divided into a whooping 20 chapters. Expect information packed chapters right from the start. The authors have practically squeezed all possible information with regards to testing and eventually in testing in Swing.

Clearly this book is not for beginners of Java. The language is extensively discussed in this book but as integration for Swing. Developers of Swing should find this book extremely helpful because the book just does not discuss the Swing testing in theory but also in practice. There are a lot of source codes in this book that could be used by developers as a reference to build an interesting testing tool for their plug in. This book is practically a gateway for developers in building complicated applications using Java and Swing.

Swing Extreme Testing proves that there is an aggressive approach in testing Swing as a plug-in for Java applications. Don't be fooled by Swing's GUI since without the knowledge of the actual coding of the components of the GUI, you will be lost right at the start. This book will try to explain the source code associated with Swing and how to build tools that could test Swing and push the capacity of the plug-in. Although it might warrant a little bit more explanation, this book should be more than enough for a developer who understands Swing and the components that comes with it in order to build an efficient application.
 
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