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Publications by Center Affiliates
The following are a few of the many publications by Visiting Scholars, former staff, students, and others affiliated with The China Law Center:
Balzano, John, "China’s Food Safety Law: Administrative Innovation and Institutional Design in Comparative Perspective," 13 Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal 23 (2012).
Balzano, John, "Towards a Gay Friendly China: Implications of a Changing China for Gays and Lesbians," 16 Law & Sexuality 1 (2007).
Balzano, John and Yu, Ping, China Mainland Section, in Human Rights Glossary: International, China Mainland, Hong Kong, Taiwan (2007).
Balzano, John and Jia, Ping, "Coming Out of Denial: An Analysis of AIDS Law and Policy in China (1987 – 2006)," 3 Loyola University Chicago International Law Review 187 (2006).
Wilhelm, Katherine, "Rethinking Property Rights in China," UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2004.
Prescott, Jeffrey, "Efficiency and Justice in Summary Criminal Trials," [Original English version in Adobe PDF format]. A Chinese version was published in Legal Daily [Fazhi Ribao], July 24, 2003.
Belkin, Ira, "China's Criminal Justice System: A Work in Progress," in Washington Journal of Modern China, Fall 2000 Vol. 6, No. 2.
Cui, Wei, "Shenpi (Licensing) Reform from the Perspective of One Municipal Jurisdiction" 33 Hong Kong Law Journal 417 (2003).
Halegua, Aaron, "Reforming the People's Mediation System in Urban China," Hong Kong Law Journal, 35(3), 715-750 (2005).
Hand, Keith J., “Citizens Engage the Constitution: The Sun Zhigang Incident and Constitutional Proposals in the People’s Republic of China,” forthcoming in Stephanie Balme and Michael Dowdle, eds., Constitutionalism and Judicial Power in China (Palgrave, 2008).
Keith Hand and Thomas Kellogg, “NPCSC: Vanguard of China’s Constitution?” China Brief, January 17, 2008 (reprinted as “China Crawls Slowly Towards Judicial Reform,” Asia Times, January 25, 2008).
Hand, Keith J., "Can Citizens Vitalize China's Constitution?" Far Eastern Economic Review (May 2007).
Hand, Keith J., “Using Law for a Righteous Purpose: The Sun Zhigang Incident and Evolving Forms of Citizen Action in the People’s Republic of China,” 45 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 114 (2006). (Word file)
Hand, Keith J., “Watching the Watchdog: China’s State Compensation Law as a Remedy for Procuratorial Misconduct,” 9 Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal 95 (2000).
Hao, Qian, "From Status-Based Privilege to Old Age Security: Redefining Goals of Pension Reform in China," 6 Journal of the Institute of American and Chinese Culture (2003).
Hao, Qian, "The New Economic Constitution in China: a Third Way for Competition Regime?" 24 Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business 107 (2003).
He, Xin, "Why Do They Not Comply with the Law? Illegality and Semi-Legality among Rural-Urban Migrant Entrepreneurs in Beijing,” 39 Law & Society Review 527-562, September 2005.
Hsu, C. Stephen, ed. Understanding China's Legal System, (a festschrift in honor of Jerome A. Cohen), NYU Press (2003).
Kellogg, Thomas, "'Excessive Deference' or Strategic Retreat? Basic Law Article 158 and Constitutional Development in Hong Kong," Hong Kong Journal, January 2008.
Kellogg, Thomas, "The Anti-Seditious Speech Debate and Media Law Reform," China Brief, May 2007.
Kellogg, Thomas, "Courageous Explorers? Education Litigation and Judicial Innovation in China," 20 Harvard Human Rights Journal 141 (2007).
Kellogg, Thomas, "A Misbegotten Template?: Legislating the Right to Privacy in Hong Kong," Hong Kong Journal, April 2007.
Lubbers, Jeffrey S., "Notice-and-Comment Rulemaking Comes to China," 32 Admin. & Reg. L. News 5-6, Fall 2006.
Sheng, Yi, "A Promise Unfulfilled: The Impact of China’s 1996 Criminal-Procedure Reform on China’s Criminal Defense Lawyers’ Role at the Pretrial Stage" 4 Perspectives (2003). Part 1, Part 2. Perspectives is the on-line journal of the Overseas Young Chinese Forum.
Wang Liming, “An Inquiry into Several Difficult Problems in Enacting China’s Uniform Contract Law,” 8 Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal 351 (1999) (Keith Hand, trans.).
Wang Xixin, "Government Openness is a Force for Self-Confidence and Progress," Legal Daily [Fazhi Ribao], September 28, 2006. Wang Xixin is a regular commentator for the Legal Daily and has written on public participation in legislation, public hearings, environmental protection, and the food safety system.