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邱澎生
香港中文大學歷史系教授

邱澎生,香港中文大學歷史系教授,曾任中央研究院歷史語言研究所副研究員,主要研究明清中國與「商業法律」與「市場演化」相關的課題。在研究取徑上,試圖將經濟人類學一些課題導入制度經濟史研究裏,試圖超越那種單純側重「經濟與法律結構」影響經濟效率的研究視野,更多地關注當時中國不同行動者所抱持的「利益觀念、商業倫理、正義感覺、知識體系、世界觀」,希望更細緻地探究這些有關「文化與意義系統」方面的議題。現正以重慶「巴縣檔案」為關鍵史料,擬寫一部探究十八、十九世紀清代法律規範與當地物質生活如何相互影響的專書。

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蘇基朗
香港科技大學人文學部主任及講座教授

蘇基朗教授畢業於香港中文大學,後取得澳洲國立大學博士學位,現為香港科技大學人文學部主任及講座教授,對學術關注圍繞著四個環環相扣的主旨:繁榮、正義、空間與及身分認同。近年的研究項目看似南轅北轍,如松江府地區及北京的歷史地理信息系統數據庫、近代中國的公司法與公司管治、中國古今法律改革及中英歷史上的貪腐重案等。但若從前述四大主旨出發,則自有共通之處。

SO Kee Long Billy
Head and Chair Professor, Division of Humanities,
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

So Kee Long Billy obtained his bachelor degree at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and his Phil degree at the Australian National University. He is the Head and Chair Professor of the Division of Humanities, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. His fundamental academic concerns are prosperity, justice, space and identity, all in an interconnected web of knowledge. Although his recent research agenda look diverse, ranging from historical GIS studies of Greater Shanghai and Beijing from the 17th century, company law and corporate governance in modern China, legal reforms in Chinese history, and comparative studies of historical cases of corruption in China and Britain, they are all interrelated through the four concerns above.

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R. Bin WONG
Director of the Asia Institute;
Professor, Department of History, University of California, Los Angeles

R. Bin Wong is Director of the UCLA Asia Institute and Professor of History. Before coming to UCLA in 2004, Bin Wong served as Director of the Center for Asian Studies at UC Irvine where he was also Chancellor's Professor of History and Economics. At UCLA he is responsible for overseeing and coordinating activities in five research centers and developing new initiatives in Asian Studies fields. Wong's own research has examined Chinese patterns of political, economic and social change, especially since eighteenth century, both within Asian regional contexts and compared with more familiar European patterns. Among his books, China Transformed: Historical Change and the Limits of European Experience (Cornell University Press, 1997) is the best known. Japanese and Korean translations are under way. Wong has also written or co-authored some fifty articles published in North America, East Asia and Europe, published in Chinese, English, French and Japanese in journals that reach diverse audiences within and beyond academia. Recent publications include an essay "East Asia as a World Region in the 21st Century" in Nihon Keizai Shimbun. A ten-page interview regarding his scholarship, intellectual background and vision appears in the August 2004 issue of Shehui kexue, published by the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences.

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