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The Resource Ownership of Trust Property in China : A Comparative and Social Capital Perspective

Ownership of Trust Property in China : A Comparative and Social Capital Perspective

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Ownership of Trust Property in China : A Comparative and Social Capital Perspective
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Ownership of Trust Property in China
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A Comparative and Social Capital Perspective
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Ownership of Trust Property in China : A Comparative and Social Capital Perspective
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  • Acknowledgements -- Contents -- About the Author -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- 1.1 Background and Research Problem -- 1.2 The Academic Debate on the Location of Ownership of Trust Property in China -- 1.3 Aim, Outline, and Methodology -- 1.4 Originality -- References -- 2 Trust Law of China and Its Uncertainty Regarding the Location of Ownership of Trust Property -- Abstract -- 2.1 Background of Chinese Trust Law -- 2.1.1 The Development and Problems of Chinese Trust Business Before the Enactment of Trust Law -- 2.1.2 The Necessity for Chinese Economy of Further Development of Chinese Trust Industry -- 2.1.3 Trust Law as a Necessary Solution for the Problems of Chinese Trust -- 2.1.4 The Legislative History of Chinese Trust Law -- 2.1.5 Modern Chinese Law Established on Civilian System -- 2.2 Difficulties for Civilian Lawyers to Understand the Common Law "Trust" -- 2.2.1 Trust Law: A Typical Common Law Construct -- 2.2.2 Trend in the Reception of Trust All Over the World -- 2.2.3 The Conflicts Between Common Law Trusts and Civil Law -- 2.3 Significant Problem: Focusing on Article 2 of Chinese Trust Law -- 2.3.1 Legal Uncertainty Regarding the Ownership of Trust Property in China -- 2.3.2 Practical Problems Caused by Article 2 of Chinese Trust Law -- 2.4 Interim Conclusion -- References -- 3 "Dual Ownership" Versus "Absolute Ownership": A Comparative Analysis -- Abstract -- 3.1 Conceptualization of "Dual Ownership" and "Absolute Ownership" -- 3.1.1 The Development of the Concept of "Dual Ownership" in Common Law -- 3.1.2 The Concept of "Absolute Ownership" in the Civil Law Jurisdictions -- 3.2 Debates Within Chinese Legal Circle Regarding Ownership of Trust Property -- 3.2.1 An Opinion Contending Settlor as the Owner of Trust Property -- 3.2.2 An Opinion Contending Trustee as the Owner of Trust Property
  • 3.2.3 An Opinion Contending Beneficiary as the Owner of Trust Property -- 3.2.4 Other Minor Opinions -- 3.2.4.1 An Opinion Contends that Either the Settlor or Trustee Is the Owner of Trust Property -- 3.2.4.2 An Opinion Contending that Ownership Is with Either the Settlor or the Beneficiary -- 3.2.4.3 An Opinion that Contends the Settler, Trustee and Beneficiary Hold Partial Powers on Trust Property Respectively -- 3.3 Diverse Approaches to Decide the Location of the Ownership of Trust Property in Various Jurisdictions -- 3.3.1 Trusts in Mixed Jurisdictions: Scotland, Quebec, Louisiana, South Africa -- 3.3.1.1 Scotland -- 3.3.1.2 Quebec -- 3.3.1.3 Louisiana -- 3.3.1.4 South Africa -- 3.3.2 Trusts in East Asia -- 3.3.2.1 Japan -- 3.3.2.2 South Korea -- 3.3.2.3 Taiwan -- 3.4 Interim Conclusion and Limits of Existing Research -- References -- 4 Social Capital, Trust, and Guanxi (关系) -- Abstract -- 4.1 Theoretical Background: Reviewing Social Capital -- 4.1.1 Bourdieu -- 4.1.2 Coleman -- 4.1.3 Putnam -- 4.1.4 Nan Lin -- 4.1.5 Application of the Concept of Social Capital to Academic Areas -- 4.2 Substantial Value of Social Trust in Establishing Commercial Relationships -- 4.2.1 An Understanding of Trust: A Choice to Place Oneself at Risk -- 4.2.2 Role of Trust in Economic Growth -- 4.2.3 Personal Trust Versus Institutionalized Trust -- 4.3 Guanxi: An Unique Phenomena in China -- 4.3.1 The Notion of Guanxi -- 4.3.2 Impacts of Guanxi on Chinese Business Culture -- 4.4 Social Network Theory -- 4.5 Hypotheses -- 4.6 Interim Conclusion -- References -- 5 An Empirical Study on China Trust Industry: Methods -- Abstract -- 5.1 Empirical Research Questions -- 5.2 Empirical Research Methods -- 5.3 Source of Empirical Material-I: Documents -- 5.3.1 Data from China Trust Association -- 5.3.2 Reports on China's Trust Industry
  • 5.4 Source of Empirical Material-II: Targeted In-Depth Interview -- 5.4.1 Research Design -- 5.4.2 The Sampling -- 5.5 Selected Results of the Empirical Research -- 5.5.1 Chinese New Middle-Class Citizens Show Great Willingness to Invest into Real Estate Market -- 5.5.2 High Net Worth Individuals in China Are Frustrated to Utilize Domestic Wealth Management Service Providers -- 5.5.3 High Degree of Mutual Trust Between Clients and Commercial Banks in China -- 5.5.4 Role of Guanxi in Chinese Trust Business -- 5.5.5 Lack/Low Level of Trust of New Middle-Class Towards Trustees -- 5.5.6 The Nascent Transition of Chinese Trust Business -- 5.6 Interim Conclusion and Limitations -- References -- 6 Current Trust Industry in China: A Dense Network -- Abstract -- 6.1 The Thriving Commercial Trust Business in China -- 6.2 The Functions of Trusts in China Today -- 6.2.1 Financing Tool for Cash-hungry Sectors -- 6.2.2 Effective Tool to Get High Return of Investment for Investors -- 6.3 Dense Network as a Possible Facilitator of the Growth of Chinese Trust Industry -- 6.3.1 Evidences for the Dense Network Representing China's Trust Industry -- 6.3.2 Mutual Trust and Network Effects of Dense Network -- 6.4 Interim Conclusion -- References -- 7 The Chinese Trust Industry in the Near Future Towards a Sparse Network: From Guanxi to Institutionalized Trust? -- Abstract -- 7.1 Potential Problems of Chinese Trusts: From the Perspective of Service Providers -- 7.1.1 Unsustainability of Chinese Trust Business Model -- 7.1.2 Lack the Capability of Property Management in Chinese Trust Companies -- 7.2 Potential Problems of Chinese Trusts: From the Perspective of Consumers -- 7.2.1 Demand for Property Management Services in China -- 7.2.2 Family Trusts Emerging -- 7.3 Nascent Transformation of the Chinese Trust Network: Towards a Sparse Network
  • 7.4 Chinese Trust Business Dilemma -- 7.5 The Way Forward: What Is Next? -- 7.5.1 Possible Justification of Article 2 in Chinese Trust Law -- 7.5.2 Clarification of the Location of Ownership of Trust Property? -- 7.5.3 Facilitating Social Capital: Building Institutionalized Trust -- 7.6 Interim Conclusion -- References -- 8 Conclusion -- Abstract -- Appendix A: List of Sample Interview Questions -- Appendix B: List of Interviewees -- Appendix C: Selected Inquiries and Answers in the Interviews
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