Christopher Chao-hung Chen

Name Christopher Chao-hung CHEN
職稱 Associate Professor of Law
Tel +886 2 33668960
Email chchen01@ntu.edu.tw
ORCID https://orcid.org/my-orcid?orcid=0000-0002-6527-7022 
Research Interests Corporate law and corporate governance, law of financial derivatives, financial regulation, financial transactions, financial technology and law
Teaching Areas Financial law, International Commercial Contracts, Law of Financial Derivatives, Comparative Company Law
Education Ph.D. (London 2008); LL.M. (Michigan 2003); LL.M. (NTU 2000); LL.B. (NTU 1998)
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Dr Christopher Chao-hung Chen received his PhD from University of London (UCL). Dr Chen is currently Associate Professor of Law in the College of Law, National Taiwan University. Before 2021, Dr Chen was a member of the faculty at the Singapore Management University for over 10 years, becoming a tenured Associate Profesosr in 2017. Dr Chen specialises in corporate law, law of financial derivatives, financial law and regulations, and empirical legal studies.

Selected Publications: Journal and Book

  1. Chen, Christopher. 2022. Evolution of Law Against Payment Frauds. Routledge.
  2. Chen, Christopher, and Lin, Yu-Hsin. 2021. “Foreign Political Interference in the Governance of Listed Companies: A Market and Behavioral Analysis.” Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law 31: 301-349
  3. Lin, Lin, and Chen, Christopher. 2020. “The Promises and Perils of InsurTech.” Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 2020: 115-142
  4. Wan, Wai Yee, Chen, Christopher, and Goo, Say. 2019. “Public and Private Enforcement of Corporate and Securities Laws: An Empirical Comparison of Hong Kong and Singapore.” European Business Organisation Law Review 20(2): 319-361
  5. Chen, Christopher. 2019. “A One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Corporate Governance Codes and Compliance by Smaller Listed Firms: An Examination of Companies Listed in Hong Kong and Singapore.” Berkeley Business Law Journal 15(2): 337-364
  6. Chen, Christopher, Wan, Wai Yee, and Zhang, Wei. 2018. “Board Independence as a Panacea to Tunneling? An Empirical Study of Related Party Transactions in Hong Kong and Singapore.” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 15(4) 987-1020
  7. Wan, Wai Yee, Chen, Christopher, Xia, Chongwu, and Goo Say H. 2018. “Managing the Risk of Corporate Fraud: The Evidence from Hong Kong and Singapore.” Hong Kong Law Journal 48(1): 125-166
  8. Chen, Christopher. 2017. “Extraterritoriality of the Regulations and Interconnections of the Derivatives Market: Legal Implications for East and Southeast Asia.” Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology 11(2): 323-350
  9. Chen, Christopher, Zhang, Wei, and Wan, Wai Yee. 2018. “Regulating Squeeze-outs and Delistings by Controlling Shareholders: the Divergence between Hong Kong and Singapore.” Journal of Corporate Law Studies 18(1): 185-216
  10. Niu, Zihan, and Chen, Christopher. 2017. “Social Capital of Directors and Corporate Governance: A Social Network Analysis.” Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law 11(2): 343-376
  11. Gao, Simin, and Chen, Christopher. 2017. “Financial Transnationalism and Financial Regulation Change: A Case Study of Derivatives Markets.European Business Organisation Law Review 18(1): 193-233
  12. Chen, Christopher. 2017. “OTC Derivatives Regulation in Hong Kong and Singapore.” Brill Research Perspectives in International Banking and Securities Law 1(4): 1-50
  13. Chen, Christopher. 2016. “Solving the Puzzle of Corporate Governance of State-Owned Enterprises: The Path of the Temasek Model in Singapore and Lessons for China.” Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business 36 (2): 303–70
  14. Chen, Christopher. 2014. “Judicial Inactivitism in Protecting Financial Consumer against Predatory Sale of Retail Structured Products: A Reflection from Retail Structured Notes Lawsuits in Taiwan.” Columbia Journal of Asian Law 27: 165–220
  15. Chen, Christopher. 2014. “Measuring the Transplantation of English Commercial Law in a Small Jurisdiction: An Empirical Study of Singapore’s Insurance Judgments between 1965 and 2012.” Texas International Law Journal 49 (3): 469–505

    Selected Publication: Book Chapters

  16. Chen, Christopher. 2022. “Data Governance by Insurance Companies in Singapore.” In Data Governance in AI, FinTech and RegTech: Law and Regulation in the Financial Sector, edited by Joseph Lee and Aline Darbellay. 145-168. Edward Elgar
  17. Chen, Christopher. 2022. “Corporate Governance Standards for Insurers in Singapore.” In The Governance of Insurance Undertakings, edited by Pierpaolo Marano and Kyriaki Noussia, 117-138. Springer
  18. Chen, Christopher. 2022. “Nudging Technology Companies Toward Better ESG: A Commentary on Taiwan’s Voluntary Approach.” USAII East-West Studies 2(7): https://usali.org/asia-pacific-symposium-essays/nudging-technology-companies-toward-better-esg-a-commentary-on-taiwans-voluntary-approach
  19. Chen, Christopher. 2020. “Rethinking the Regulatory Sandbox for Financial Innovation: An Assessment of the UK and Singapore.” In Regulating FinTech in Asia: Global Context, Local Perspectives, edited by Mark Fenwick, Steven Van Uytsel, and Ying Bi, 11–30. Springer
  20. Chen, Christopher. 2020. “Regulation of Derivatives in Asia: When Technology Meets Financial Engineering.” In Research Handbook on Asian Financial Law, edited by Arner et al., 101-121, Edward Elgar
  21. Chen, Christopher. 2019. “Transparency of Insurance Contract Law in Singapore.” In Transparency in Insurance Contract Law, edited by Pierpaolo Marano and Kyriaki Noussia, 633-653. Springer
  22. Gao, Simin, and Chen, Christopher. 2019. “Transnational Business Governance Interactions and Financial Regulation Change: A Case of Asian Financial Markets.” In Transnational Business Governance Interactions: Advancing Marginalized Actors and Enhancing Regulatory Quality, edited by Stepan Wood et al., 275-293, Edward Elgar
  23. Chen, Christopher. 2019. “Taiwan.” In Comparative Corporate Governance in Asia: A Comparative Approach, edited by Bruce Aronson and Joongi Kim, 325-352. Cambridge University Press
  24. Chen, Christopher. 2018. “ASEAN Financial Integration and the Belt and Road Initiative: Legal Challenges and Opportunities for China in Southeast Asia.” In International Governance and the Rule of Law in China under the Belt and Road Initiative, edited by Yun Zhao, 163–96. Cambridge University Press