Chen Weixing is senior research fellow at the Netherlands China Law Centre, as well as Associate Professor of Law at Huaqiao Law School, Labour Dispute Arbitrator of Fujian Province and an attorney of law in China. His expertise covers Chinese procedure law, legal reform, labour law, law enforcement and law and economics.
Chen Weixing's present research focuses on the functioning of labour disputes resolution mechanisms and labour law regulation in China. His areas of research include labour disputes through mediation, arbitration, and litigation, labour law enforcement and compliance, social accountability standards (i.e. SA8000) and the labour environment. The fieldwork and research investigation is conducted in collaboration with local partners including the Labour Disputes Arbitration Committee of Quanzhou, the Quanzhou Intermediate People's Court, and the Quanzhou General Chamber of Commerce.
This research, which is funded by a research grant from the EMEA (Erasmus Mundus Europe Asia), is currently being carried out by Mr. Chen in China.
Chen Weixing is currently located in China. He is best contacted via e-mail.