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Towards the rule of law in China, social diversification and the power system, Weidong Ji, Xi Lin

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Towards the rule of law in China, social diversification and the power system, Weidong Ji, Xi Lin
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Towards the rule of law in China
Nature of contents
dictionariesbibliography
Responsibility statement
Weidong Ji, Xi Lin
Sub title
social diversification and the power system
Summary
Growing up in China while educated in Japan and the US, the author has in the past few decades both witnessed and actively participated in the historical process of legal transformations in contemporary China. Through a series of academic contributions, as well as meetings, activities and memberships with policymakers and practitioners, the author has spared no effort in applying his theoretical scholarship to real, concrete practices. He has made significant contributions to the building of a rule-of-law system in China, with great social influences. The publishing of this book is to share with English-speaking readers his insights, experiences, and practices related to the institutional undertaking of building the rule of law in China. It offers a legal perspective on some of the cutting-edge issues in our society at large (e.g. risk and uncertainty, AI network, the COVID-19 pandemic, and big data)
Table Of Contents
The conception of law in traditional China -- The essence of modern rule of law -- The rule of law : contemporary challenges and paradigmatic innovation -- A rule-of-law democracy (Rechtsdemokratie) : social diversification and reconstructing the system of authority -- Judicial reform in China : the status quo and future directions
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