Stefan HC Lo and Charles Z Qu, Law of Companies in Hong Kong (2nd edn, Sweet & Maxwell 2015)
Stefan HC Lo and Charles Z Qu, Law of Companies in Hong Kong (Sweet & Maxwell, Hong Kong 2013).
Charles Z Qu, “The presumption of regularity in Chinese corporate contracting: evidence and prospect of regional convergence” in Maartje de Visser and Gary Low (ed), Convergence of Commercial Laws in Asia (Cambridge University Press 2019), forthcoming.
Stefan HC Lo & Charles Z Qu, “Duties of directors and officers under the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance” in John Scott et al (ed), Company Law in Hong Kong: Practice and Procedure (2016 edn, Sweet & Maxwell, 2016) 209-255.
The Hon. Mr Justice Jonathan Harris and Charles Z Qu, “Provisional liquidation” in Susan Kwan, Hon Justice, et al (ed) Company Law in Hong Kong – Insolvency (the 2015 edn, Sweet & Maxwell, Dec 2014) 130-148.
Charles Z Qu, "Corporate Rescue (13)" in The Hon. Madam Justice Susan Kwan (ed), (2015 edn) Company Law in Hong Kong: Insolvency, Sweet & Maxwell, December 2014) 617-638.
John Marsden, Gaven Cheong, and Charles Qu (update author). “Scheme of arrangement” in Susan Kwan, Hon Justice, et al (ed) Company Law in Hong Kong – Insolvency (the 2014 edn, Sweet & Maxwell, Hong Kong 2014) 340-367.
D Jiang and Charles Z Qu, “An examination on the case law on the representative power of the shareholders’ meeting” in Daxing Jiang, Concepts and Interpretation of Company Law (Law Press China, Beijing 2009) 156 -212.
Charles Z Qu, "The court's power to appoint provisional iquidators to carry out rescue roles: Rethinking Legend" (2019) 28 (1) International Insolvency Review 86-102.
Charles Z Qu and Stefan HC Lo, “Schemes of arrangement: Economic analysis of three issues Relating to classification of claims”, (2017) 40 (4) University of New South Wales Law Journal 1440-1467.
Charles Z Qu, “Sanctioning schemes of arrangement: the need for granting the court a curative power” (2016) Journal of Business Law 13-29.
Jenny Buchan, Lorelle Frazer, Charles Zhen Qu, Rob Nicholls, ‘Franchisor insolvency in Australia, profile, factors, and impacts, (22) (2015) Journal of Marketing Channels 311-332.
Emily Ma, Charles Qu, Aaron Hsiao and Xin Jin, ‘Impacts of China Tourism Law on Chinese Outbound Travelers and Stakeholders: An Exploratory Discussion’ (2015) 11(3) Journal of China Tourism Research 229-237.
Charles Z Qu, “Towards an effective scheme-based corporate rescue system for Hong Kong”, (2012) 12 (1) Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 85-128.
Charles Z Qu, “Recent German developments in company controllers’ liability in rescue situations: A comparative evaluation” (2011) 4 Journal of Business Law 330-356.
Charles Z Qu, “Contra bonos mores: A preferred avenue for obtaining satisfaction for company creditors in China” (2009) 30(3) Company Lawyer 85-91.
Charles Z Qu, “Statutory liability under pre-incorporation contracts in Hong Kong”, (2009) 20 International Company and Commercial Law Review 320-327.
Charles Z Qu, ‘Xian Gongsi Jiaoyi Guize de Fa yu Jingji Xue Fenxi’ (The Choice of Pre-Incorporation Contract Rules: from a Law and Economics Perspective) (2009) 5 Falv yu Shehui Kexue (Law and Social Science) (Peking University Law School and School of Social Science) 1-27 (Lead article)
Charles Z Qu, “Pre-incorporation contracts in China – A proposal for optimal rules” (2008) 38(3) Hong Kong Law Journal 793-830.
Charles Z Qu, "The representative power of the shareholders’ general meeting under Chinese law" (2008) 17(2) Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal 259-324 (Lead article).
Charles Z Qu and Bjorn Ahl, “Lowering of the corporate veil in Germany: a case note on BGH 16 July 2007 (Trihotel)” (2008) Oxford University Comparative Law Forum 4 at ouclf.iuscomp.org.
Charles Z Qu, “Some reflections on the general meeting’s power to control corporate proceedings” (2007) 36 (2) Common Law World Review, 231-261.
Charles Z Qu, “The role of shareholders’ meeting’s reserve power in the governance of PRC companies” (2007) 25(2) Law in Context “53-76.
Charles Z Qu, “How statutory civil liability is attributed to a company: An Australian perspective focusing on civil liability for insider trading by companies” (2006) 32(1) Monash University Law Review 177-19.
Charles Z Qu, “Massey v Wales; Massy v Cooney” (2006) (6) 1, Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, 115 – 129.
Charles Z Qu, “Managed investment scheme custodial agents beware: They may act as a trustee” (2005) 17(3) Australian Journal of Corporate Law 336-346.
Charles Z Qu,“Australia’s managed investment schemes: the nature of the relationships among scheme participants” 12(1) (2004) Asia Pacific Law Review 69-94.
Charles Z Qu, “The doctrinal basis of the trust principles in China’s Trust Law”, 38(2) (2003) Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal 345-376.
Charles Z Qu, “The efficacy of insider trading civil liability regime in the Corporations Act” (2002) 14(2) Australian Journal of Corporate Law 161-182.
Charles Z Qu, “An outsiders view on China’s insider trading law” (2001) 10(2) Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal 327-352. This article has been translated into Chinese and published in (2002) 6 《商事法论集 (Commercial Law Review) (Tsinghua University Law School)) 197-220).
Charles Z Qu, “Bank of Credit and Commerce International (Overseas) Ltd v Akindele” (2001) 27(1) Monash University Law Review 164-175).
Charles Qu, “The fiduciary role of the manager and agent in a loan syndicate” (2000) 12(1) Bond Law Review 86-105. This article has been referenced in the High Court decision in Pilmer v Duke Group Ltd (in liq)  HCA 31 and the decision of the Supreme Court of Western Australia in The Bell Group Ltd v Westpac Banking Corporation  WASC 239.
‘The Decision Making on Corporate Guarantee Cases in Chinese Courts’, Research Grant Committee (RGC), Hong Kong Government, GRF/ECS 2017-2018, Project number 11604217, HKD1,111,350, Jan 2018-Dec 2020, Hui Huang (Co-I), (Daxing Jiang (Co-I).
‘Schemes of arrangement: towards more practical rules for managing creditor schemes’, Research Grant Committee (RGC), Hong Kong government, GRF/ECS 2015-2016, Project No.: 9042288 (CityU 11606215), HKD $346,250, Jan 2016-Dec 2018, David Milman (Co-I), Roman Tomasic (Co-I).
‘The public commercial acts in socialist market economy and their regulation – pinpointing the boundary of contracts by the government and state-owned enterprises, (The 2014 National Social Science Fund Major Projects (the third lot), PRC National Philosophy and Social Science Planning Office, Project number: 14ZDC019, RMB 600,000, Jan 2015-Dec 2017, Co-I, Daxing Jiang (P-I), Peizhong Gan, et al (Co-I).