Research Grants

AIIFL and its activities depend upon support from external sources as well as internal sources including its Participating Fellows, the Faculty of Law and the University of Hong Kong. External funding comes primarily from CPD events, generous donations, grants and commissions for research. 

Project

           HK$

Awards in 2012-2013

 

 

Theme-based Research Scheme Enhancing Hong Kong’s Future as a Leading International Financial Centre”, Sept 2012 – Aug 2017

 

15,000,000

Awards in 2008-2009

 

 

Strategic Research Theme: Law, Policy and Development – Sub Theme “Corporate and Financial Law”

 

500,000

Awards in 2007-2008

 

 

Outstanding Young Researcher Award 2005-06, Nov 2007 – Oct 2010

 

300,000

Awards in 2006-2007

 

 

Corporate Governance Reform of China’s Banking System: In the Context of Globalization and Transition (CRCG), Sept 2006 – Aug 2007

 

66,880

Competition Law in Hong Kong and China (URC), Oct 2006 – Jun 2008

 

60,000

Awards in 2005-2006

 

 

Devising an Appropriate Legal Structure and Governance Regime for Small and Medium Enterprises in China (RGC), Jul 2005 – Jun 2006

 

30,000

Awards in 2004-2005

 

 

Real Estate Cycles and Credit Ratings of Banks in Hong Kong(CERG), Sept 2004 – Aug 2007   

 

364,141

Seed Fund for Strategic Research Sub-Theme: Corporate and Financial Law, May 2005 – Oct 2006

 

666,000

Seed Fund for Strategic Research Theme: China Studies Business and Law, May 2005 – Oct 2006

 

200,000

Hong Kong Professionals and Insolvency: An Analysis of the Attitude of Professional Governing Bodies to the Insolvency of their Members (CRGC), Dec 2004 – May 2006

 

55,000

Hong Kong as Asia’s International Financial Centre: a Law and Finance Perspective (CERG) plus Merit Award

 

690,064

Award in 2002-2003

 

 

Financial Regulation and the WTO: Liberalisation and Restructuring in China (CERG), Nov 2002 – Oct 2004

 

598,000

Awards in 2001-2002

 

 

Moving from a Planned Economy to a Market Economy: the Development of a New Insolvency System in Mainland China and its Cross-Border Impact (CERG), 31 Dec 2001 – 30 Dec 2003

 

  520,000

Multipliers for Personal Injury Litigation in Hong Kong (CERG), Sept 2001 – Aug 2003

 

396,000