Comparative Law Scholarship in China in 2013
Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. 2, Issue 2, 2014, pp. 377-400
24 Pages Posted: 7 Jan 2017
Date Written: October 6, 2014
This report attempts to provide a full picture of the comparative law scholarship in China. The report depicts the general course of the development by examining the noted publications and academic activities conducted throughout 2013. To be specific, the report first addresses issues studied on comparative law by Chinese scholars by examining sample articles. It then presents noted publications and other scholarly activities, including exchanges and legal educations on comparative law. The report concludes that there was much success in the various aspects of comparative law scholarship in China in 2013 with expanded and in-depth studies and frequent co-organized academic activities. Comparative legal studies play a significant role in the legal modernization of China and will contribute to the promotion of the rule of law in China.
Keywords: comparative law scholarship; Chinese law; rule of law
JEL Classification: K10; K33; K39; K40
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