Research Projects

Research Projects

Project 1: Insolvency Law in Times of Covid-19

This project seeks to analyse the impact of COVID-19 on insolvency laws around the world, and how insolvency law can help minimise the harmful economic effects of the COVID-19 crisis.

Project 2: Singapore's New Insolvency and Restructuring Framework

This project seeks to contribute to the understanding of the new insolvency and restructuring framework in Singapore.

Project 3: Insolvency Law in Emerging Markets

This project seeks to improve the understanding of the features and weaknesses of insolvency laws in emerging markets and developing economies, and how these countries can enhance their corporate insolvency frameworks.

Project 4: Comparative Insolvency Law

This project seeks to explore the legal strategies used across jurisdictions to respond to the economic problems that insolvency law seeks to solve, analysing the legal, economic, cultural and institutional factors justifying international divergences in the design of insolvency laws around the world.

Project 5: Cross-Border Insolvency Law

This project seeks to explore the primary challenges to be addressed in a situation of cross-border insolvency, as well as the different legal and contractual strategies used to facilitate cooperation and the recognition and enforcement of insolvency-related judgments.

Project 6: Treatment of Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Insolvency

This project seeks to explore the particular features and problems of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in insolvency, and how countries can implement more suitable insolvency frameworks for MSMEs.

Project 7: The Impact of New Technologies on Insolvency Law

This project seeks to analyse the challenges and opportunities of the use of technologies in insolvency proceedings, as well as how emerging technologies will reshape the future of the insolvency and restructuring industry.