Dr Kristie Thomas - PublicationsThe following lists my publications from 1996 to the present day.
Thomas, K.(2011)., "China and the WTO Dispute Settlement System From Passive Observer to Active Participant", Global Trade and Customs Journal, Vol.6 (10), pp. 481-490.
Thomas, K.(2010)., "China's Legal Response to the Global Financial Crisis: Increasing Certainty in Contractual Disputes to Boost Market Confidence", Journal of Corporate Law Studies, Vol.10, No. 2, pp. 485-500.
Thomas, K.(2010)., "Review of Gordon C. K. Cheung's Intellectual Property Rights in China", Europe-Asia Studies (Book Review), Vol.62, (2), pp379-381, March.
Thomas, K.(2010)., "Review of Martin K. Dimitrov's Piracy and the State", Europe-Asia Studies (Book Review), Vol.62, No. 5, pp. 858-859.
Chapters in Books
Thomas, K.(2007)., "The fight against piracy: Working within the administrative enforcement system in China", in Torremans, P.; Shan, H.L.; Erauw, J. (ed) Intellectual Property & TRIPS Compliance in China: - Chinese and European Perspectives, pp. 85-106, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.
Thomas, K., 2013, "Amendments to the PRC Civil Procedure Law Lightening the Load on an Over-Burdened System?", at 3rd East Asian Law & Society Conference, Shanghai Jiaotong Universit, March 23-24.
Thomas, K., 2012, "The Product Liability Regime in China: Converging with International Standards?", at at 7th Annual European China Law Studies Association Conference. University of Helsinki, Helsinki..
Thomas, K., 2011, "The 2009 PRC Tort liability law Implications for Enterprises operating in China", at Proceedings of the Second Asian Business & Management Conference 2011, IAFOR, Osaka, Japan, ISSN 2186-5914.
Thomas, K., 2010, "Regulation of China's Outward Investment", at 5th Annual European China Law Studies Conference. The Danish Center for Human Rights, Copenhagen.
Thomas, K., 2010, "China and the WTO Dispute Settlement Systems: From Passive Observer to Active Participant?", at 7th Asian Institute (ASLI) Conference, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.
Thomas, K., 2009, "The Impact of the Recently Issued Judicial Interpretation of China's Contract Law 1999: Creating Certainty for All?", at 2nd Annual Conference of the International Forum for Contemporary Chinese Studies (IFCCS), University of Nottingham, September 7th-9th.
Thomas, K., 2008, "Implications of the recent Sino-US WTO IP disputes", at XVIIth Biennial Conference of the European Association for Chinese Studies, University of Lund, Sweden, August 6th-10th.
Thomas, K., 2008, "Enforcement of Intellectual Property in China Assessing the Implications of the Recent WTO Complaint", at China House Seminar Series.
Thomas, K., 2006, "The enforcement of intellectual property rights in post-WTO China", at IAPS Ningbo Research Seminar Series, University of Nottingham, Ningbo China, http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/iaps/Kristie%20presentation%20110506.ppt.
Thomas, K., 2006, "Re-evaluating the intellectual property 'enforcement problem' in China", at Second Graduate Seminar on China, Chinese University of Hong Kong, January 5th-9th..
Thomas, K., 2006, "China's intellectual property system: WTO entry as the first step on the long march to change", at Annual BACS Conference 2006, Continuity and Change, Wadham College, Oxford, 14th-15th September., Abstract available at: http://www.bacsuk.org.uk/annconfabstracts2006.htm.
Thomas, K., 2004, "Changes to intellectual property law in China following WTO entry: compliance or defiance?", at "Exploring East Asia" conference, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Durham, July 9th, http://www.dur.ac.uk/p.r.dimelow/ExploringEastAsia/Abstracts/THOMAS_Kristie_Abstract.htm.
Thomas, K., 2008, "Enforcement of Intellectual Property in China Assessing the Implications of the Recent WTO Complaint", China House Seminar Series.
Thomas, K.; Wang, P.; Yang, F., 2007, "Recent WTO disputes involving the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in China: Legal and political analysis", China Policy Institute Briefing Series.
Thomas, K., 2005, "Changes to intellectual property law in China since WTO entry: Compliance or defiance?", Durham East Asian Papers Series, Durham, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Durham, pp. 97-115.