Jonathan J. Kinkel

University of Texas at Austin - Department of Government

College of Liberal Arts

Austin, TX

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Access to Justice in Post-Mao China: Assessing the Politics of Criminal and Administrative Law

Journal of East Asian Studies, 11(3): 467-499 (September-December 2011)
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 02 Aug 2012
Jonathan J. Kinkel and William Hurst
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Government and Northwestern University - Department of Political Science
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Abstract:

China, Law, Politics, Law and Society, Criminal, Administrative

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The Judicial Cadre Evaluation System in China: From Quantification to Intra-State Legibility

The China Quarterly, 2015, Volume 224, pp. 933-954
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 02 Mar 2015 Last Revised: 10 Dec 2015
Jonathan J. Kinkel and William Hurst
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Government and Northwestern University - Department of Political Science
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Abstract:

China, rule of law, judicial behavior, cadre evaluation, judicialization, rule by law, institutional incentives, quantification, legibility

3.

Implementing China's Labour Law Reforms: Interests and Obligations at the Firm Level

Chapter 7 in "Law and Policy for China's Market Socialism" (J. Garrick Ed.) London: Routlegde, 2012 - pp.118-130
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 10 Sep 2013
William Hurst, Jonathan J. Kinkel and Alexandra Sowash
Northwestern University - Department of Political Science, University of Texas at Austin - Department of Government and Independent
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Abstract:

China, Law, Labour, Work, Firms, Economy, Politics

4.

High-End Demand: The Legal Profession as a Source of Judicial Selection Reform in Urban China

Law and Social Inquiry, Vol. 40, No. 4, 2015
Number of pages: 76 Posted: 11 Dec 2015 Last Revised: 23 Dec 2015
Jonathan J. Kinkel
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Government
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Abstract:

judicial autonomy, rule of law, rule by law, Chinese politics, China, judicial design, authoritarianism