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Books

Books

The Netherlands China Law Centre 荷中法律研究中心

Books written by our centre's (affiliated) scholars

In chronological order:

  • Annemieke van den Dool. "Never again: Legal Change After Public Health Crises in China."
    PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2019.
    Available online here
  • Ding Qi. "The Power of the Supreme People's Court: Reconceptualizing Judicial Power in Contemporary China."
    PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2018.
    Available online here.
  • Yunmei Wu. "Compliance Pluralism and Processes: Understanding Compliance Behavior in Restaurants in China."
    PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2017.
    Partially available online here
  • Na Li, "Compliance as Process: Work Safety in the Chinese Construction Industry." 
    PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2016. 
    Available online here.
  • Kathinka Fürst. "Regulating through Leverage: Civil Regulation in China."
    PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2016.
    Available online here.
  • Yedan Li. "In the Name of Mediation: An Empirical Inquiry into the Chinese Court Mediation Practices."
    PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2015.
    Available online here
  • Huiqi Yan. "Why Chinese Farmers Obey the Law.: Pesticide Compliance in Hunan Province, China." 
    PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2014.
    Published by Springer.
  • William Jing Guo. "From Case to Law: A study on how cases fulfil the role of a source of law in the Netherlands and its implications for China and comparative law." 
    PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2014.
    Available online here.
  • Benjamin van Rooij. Regulating Land and Pollution in China, Lawmaking, Compliance, and Enforcement; Theory and Cases. Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2006.
    Available online here.