5 edition of Domestic law reforms in post-Mao China found in the catalog.
|Statement||Pitman B. Potter, editor ; Edward J. Epstein ... [et al.].|
|Series||Studies on contemporary China|
|Contributions||Potter, Pitman B., Association for Asian Studies. Meeting|
|LC Classifications||KNQ470 .D66 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 311 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||93023228|
The timing, manner, and efficacy of these reforms make them more about taking advantage of Covid crisis. Nilotpal Kumar Associate Professor, Azim Premji University. The reforms mooted by the Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh governments are wide-ranging in their scope and they will have severe consequences on labour welfare. They appear to be. China has created an economic miracle since its economic reforms began in the late s, becoming the fastest growing economy in the world. Gross domestic product has grown at an average rate of.
This is the first book-length study of the most important area of Chinese law--the development, organization, and functioning of the criminal justice system in China today. It examines both the formal aspects of the criminal justice system--such as the court, the procuracy, lawyers, and criminal procedure--and the extrajudicial organs and. Below are recent publications, books and journal articles authored and edited by Center for China-U.S. Cooperation Executive Director Suisheng Zhao. Professor Zhao's research focuses on Chinese nationalism, Chinese politics and foreign policy, East Asian international relations and Asian regionalism.
China's socialist rule of law reforms under Xi Jinping. [John Garrick; Yan Chang Bennett;] -- "Under the direction of the Communist Party of China (CPC), key legal challenges have been identified which will shape the modernization of China's legal and administrative institutions. The book questions how China's domestic law reforms will. Book Review, Stanley Lubman, Bird in A Cage: Legal Reform in China After Mao (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, ), in 60 J. of Asian Studies, no. 3, () Book Review, Stanley Lubman, ed., China's Legal Reforms, China Review International.
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Stanley B. Lubman specializes in Chinese law as a practicing lawyer and scholar. He is head of the China Group in the law firm of Allen & Overy and frequently travels from his San Francisco base among his firm’s offices in Europe (the firm’s head office is in London), Hong Kong, and by: This volume explores various aspects of the law in transition in post-Mao China.
Stanley Lubman's introduction places each of the substantive chapters in the larger context of Chinese legal studies. Edward Epstein analyses the transplanting of European and Anglo-American legal ideologies into China, and the dilemmas this poses for the rule of law and legitimation in the reform period.
Domestic law reforms in post-Mao China. [Pitman B Potter; Association for Asian Studies. Meeting;] -- This book arose from a panel on contemporary Chinese law presented to the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies"--Preface.
Dr Li's new book on the judicial system and its reform in contemporary China sketches a roadmap of law and social change on the extended line of the last 30 years of development. Readers are thus able to understand the real problems that lawyers have to face, and the obstacles that the people's courts must overcome if the dream of the rule of Cited by: 8.
Domestic Law Reforms in Post-Mao China. Armonk, New York: M. Sharpe, xiv, pp. $ Before this century, Western inquiry into and observations about the Chinese legal system were quite limited. 1st Edition Published on Janu by Routledge Under the direction of the Communist Party of China (CPC), key legal challenges have been identified whic China's Socialist Rule of Law Reforms Under Xi Jinping - 1st Edition.
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Editorial Office of the Law Year Book of China (ed.), Zhongguo falu nianjian (The Law Year Book of China), Beijing: Zhongguo falu nianjian chubanshe, –98 Editorial Office of The Outlook Weekly (ed.), Guowuyuan jigou gaige gailan (A General Survey of Institutional Reforms of the State Council), Beijing: Xinhua chubanshe, Cited by: Tanner, p.
54, citing Pittman B. Potter, “The Administrative Litigation Law of the PRC: judicial review and bureaucratic reform” in Potter, Domestic Law Reforms in Post-Mao China, pp. – Tanner also mentions that ministries frequently Cited by: State-owned enterprise (SOE) reform has been at the heart of China’s post-Mao economic reforms.
Since early s, a large number of Chinese SOEs have. The motives behind these changes, the nature of the reforms, and their effects upon the economy and political life of countryside and city are here analyzed by five political scientists and five economists. Their assessments of ongoing efforts to implement the new policies provide a timely survey of what is currently happening in China.
Murray Scott Tanner, “Organizations and Politics in China’s Post-Mao Law-Making System,” in Domestic Law Reforms in Post-Mao China, ed.
Potter Pitman, Studies on Contemporary China (Armonk, NY: M. Sharpe, ), 61–62, 72– Google ScholarAuthor: Lison Harris. In short, Deng's reforms sparked an industrial revolution in China. These reforms were a reversal of the Maoist policy of autarky and economic self-reliance. The PRC decided to accelerate the modernization process by stepping up the volume of foreign trade, especially the purchase of Capital: Peking, 39°55′N °23′E /.
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36, pp. – Domestic Law Reforms in Post-Mao China. Pitman B. Potter. Roman Tomasic. This book examines how China's political and legal structure is quietly but dramatically changing from within, rather than being overthrown from below as in Eastern Europe.
The Politics of Lawmaking in Post-Mao China - Murray Scot Tanner - Oxford University Press. The major reforms announced in December at the Third Plenum of the Eleventh Congress of the Chinese Communist Party mark a watershed in the political economy of contemporary China. Dramatic changes in both agriculture and industry seemed to spell a near total repudiation of the Maoist “road to socialism” which had been constructed over the preceding three decades.
This article tries to depict China’s public administration reform as an interactive process between two major themes, domestic reform and global integration.
The development and implementation of public administration reforms in China from to are by:. Book Review, Pitman Potter's Domestic Law Reform in Post -Mao China, Pacific Affairs, vol.
68, no. 4 (Winter ) Book Review, Pitman Potter's Economic Contract Law of the P.R.C., 27 The.Course of reforms. Economic reforms began during the "Boluan Fanzheng" period, especially after Deng Xiaoping and his reformist allies ousted the Gang of Four Maoist faction with Deng replacing Hua Guofeng as the paramount leader of China in December By the time Deng took power, there was widespread support among the elite for economic reforms.John King Fairbank was the West's doyen on China, and this book is the full and final expression of his lifelong engagement with this vast ancient civilization.
It remains a masterwork without parallel. The distinguished historian Merle Goldman brings the book up to date, covering reforms in the post-Mao period through the early years of the twenty-first century, including the leadership of Hu /5(6).