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The Wells-China Law & Society Library is aimed at building a collection of books, periodicals, papers, special reports, and any other valuable material on Chinese legal and social development. “法治中国”主题文献库系由Wells首创的中国法律文化和中国法学学术“走出去”重大项目,重点收录有关中国的法律、政治、经济、社会发展、国际关系、外交、贸易等学术专著、期刊、论文、专题报告、法律法规、案例等相关文献,并以英语为主在海外出版、发行、通过HeinOnline, vlex等数据库传播,以期提升中国法学学术影响力,让世界更好了解法治中国和社会的发展及成就。

专著Books(10)

  • CHINA’S RULE OF LAW INDEX: REPORT ON CHINESE LEGAL DEVELOPMENT

    PREFACE China’s Rule of Law Index is a result of the co-researches of the “Innovation of Evaluation of the Rule of Law in China and its Generalization and Implementation” supported by the Major Issues of the National Social Science Foundation and the “Fundamental Theories of the Evaluation of the Rule of Law” supported by the Major Issues of Beijing Federation of Social Science Circles and Major Issues of Renmin University of China Development Report. The National Academy of Development and Strategy of Renmin University also contributed to this research. The Evaluation Center of the Rule of Law of Renmin University of China was approved by the China Law Society as the latter’s research base in early 2016. The Politics and Law Committee of the CCP Central Committee decided to appoint the center to execute its 2016 Project Research concerning “The Evaluation System and Mechanism of the Situation of the Rule of Law of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics.” All the parties mentioned above have supported, encouraged, and confirmed this research. This index is derived from the series of Report on China Law Development. This report is annually compiled and includes 2007 Report on China Law Development: Database and Index,1 2010 Report on China Law Development: 60 Years of China Legislation,2 2011 Report on China Law Development: Towards a Pluralistic Implementation of Law,3 2012 Report on China Law Development: Professionalization of China Law Practitioners,4 2013 Report on China Law Development: Legal Education and Research,5 and 2014 Report on China Law Development: Construct Government of the Rule of Law.6 All these reports were based on objective statistics concerning specific areas. These reports aim to arrange the statistics according to a certain system of indicators. China’s Rule of Law Index is also a 2015 Report.7 This index is unique as it is based on a subjective evaluation where all the statistics are derived from a first-hand questionnaire survey conducted in late 2015. This index is the first subjective evaluation of the rule of law in China, reflecting various strands of the development of the rule of law. 1 (Report on China Law Development: Database and Indicators), Renmin University of China Press, 2007. 2 (Renmin University of China Report on China Law Development 2010: China Lawmaking 60 Years), Renmin University of China Press, 2011. 3 (Renmin University of China Report on China Law Development 2011:Law-Enforcing Towards Pluralism), Renmin University of China Press, 2012 4 (Renmin University of China Report on China Law Development 2012: Professionalization of China’s Legal Workers), Renmin University of China Press, 2013 5 (Renmin University of China Report on China Law Development 2013: Legal Education and Research), Renmin University of China Press, 2014. 6 (Renmin University of China Report on China Law Development 2014: Construction of Legal Government), Renmin University of China Press, 2015. 7 (Renmin University of China Report on China Law Development 2015: China Indicators of the Rule of Law), Report on China Law Development: China Indicators of the Rule of Law, (zhongguo falvfazhan baogao 2015: zhongguo fazhi pinggu zhibiao) Renmin University of China Press, 2016. x CHINA’S RULE OF LAW INDEX The Evaluation Center for the Rule of Law of Renmin University of China is responsible for drafting this report. The division of labor is as follows: 1. General Framework Designers Indicator design: ZHU Jingwen (professor at Renmin University of China Law School and director at the Evaluation Center for the Rule of Law); Questionnaire design and statistic counting: RAN Jingfu (associate researcher at the Institute of Law of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences); Questionnaire survey: WANG Weidong (deputy director at National Survey Research Center of Renmin University of China and associate professor at Renmin University of China, Ph.D. in sociology) 2. Drafting Team Members Introduction: ZHU Jingwen Chapter 1 Legal Norm System by FENG Yujun (professor at Renmin University of China Law School, Ph.D. in law); Chapter 2 Enforcement System of the Rule of Law by RAN Jingfu (project leader, 2.2 Indicators of Judicial Enforcement); MENG Tao (associate professor at Renmin University of China Law School, Ph.D. in law, 2.1 Indicators of Executive Enforcement); PENG Xiaolong (associate professor at Renmin University of China Law School, Ph.D. in law, executive director at Multiform Dispute Resolution Center of Renmin University of China, 2.3 Indicators of Social Governance); Chapter 3 Supervision System of the Rule of Law by MENG Tao (project leader, 3.2 Indicators of Executive Supervision); FENG Yujun (3.1 Indicators of Document Supervision); RAN Jingfu (3.3 Indicators of Judicial Supervision); Chapter 4 Safeguard System of the Rule of Law by PENG Xiaolong (project leader, 4.2 Indicators of Financial Safeguard); RAN Jingfu (4.1 Indicators of the Personnel Safeguard); LIU Kunlun (associate professor at China University of Political Science and Law, Ph.D. in law, executive director at Research Center of Legal Education, 4.3 Legal Education and the Popularization of Law); Chapter 5 CCP’s Rules and Regulations by WANG Lifeng (professor at the Department of Politics and Law of Party School of the Central Committee of CCP, Ph.D. in law); Chapter 6 Effectiveness System of the Rule of Law by ZHU Jingwen (project leader); WANG Lifeng (6.1 Indicators of Power Control); YE Chuanxing (associate professor at Renmin University of China Law School, Ph.D. in law, deputy director at the Human Rights Center of Renmin University of China, 6.2 Indicators of Human Rights); SHI Yan’an (professor at Renmin University of China, Ph.D. in law, executive director at Research Center for Criminal Justice of Renmin University of China, 6.3.1 Community Security, 6.3.2 Social Order); PENG Xiaolong (6.3.3 Dispute Resolution Mechanism); LIU Kunlun (6.4 Notions of the Rule of Law) Conclusion: ZHU Jingwen Editor-in-Chief: ZHU Jingwen ZHU Jingwen March 2016 at Shi Ji Cheng, Beijing

    作者/编者:Zhu Jingwen (Chief Editor) 主编:朱景文 机构:中国人民大学 日期:2019-12-05 02:29:39 浏览:2072次 
  • Law and Economics: Application and Solution in China

    Aiming for application and solution of the Law and Economics in China, this book throws light upon theoretical paradigm and analytical framework of the Law and Economics; applies the Law and Economics to all department laws and the rule of law such as legislations, justice, law enforcement and legalization; and finally proposes valuable and constructive policy suggestion. Integrating traditional normative jurisprudence and economics with a focus on empirical analysis, this book pictures a panorama of China-based Law and Economics research and lays a solid foundation for the futher development of Chinese Law and Economics.

    作者/编者:Feng Yujun (冯玉军) 机构:中国人民大学 日期:2020-01-19 04:51:37 浏览:1269次 
  • Free Trade and Cultural Diversity in International Law

    This book attempts to reconcile the concept of free trade with a key non-trade social value - cultural diversity - in an era of economic globalisation. It first shows how we can look at culture in many different ways, and explains why we should care about cultural diversity. The book then examines the challenges that policymakers are faced with in formulating cultural measures in the new media environment, and analyses UNESCO's theories and approaches to cultural diversity. This is followed by a comprehensive examination of the treatment of 'culture' in global and regional trade agreements, including the framework of the GATT/WTO system, the WTO's judicial practice involving cultural products, and the treatment of culture under the EC/EU and NAFTA. This identifies the challenges trade norms encounter in dealing with cultural products. The author seeks to formulate a balanced view of the challenge of protecting and promoting cultural diversity while also recognising the important goal of trade liberalisation. To this end Professor Shi proposes a dual method through which the norms found in WTO agreements and in UNESCO cultural instruments may be brought into alignment: the first highlighting the compatibility of cultural policy measures with trade obligations on a domestic level, the second suggesting potential linkages between the WTO rules and the UNESCO Convention from the perspectives of treaty interpretation.

    作者/编者:石静霞 机构:对外经济贸易大学 日期:2016-04-08 14:39:25 浏览:2680次 
  • From Rites to Law

    Chacteristics of Chinese Traditional Society and Chinese Traditional Law. A Publication of the Wells China Law & Society Library

    作者/编者:Ma Xiaohong (马小红) 机构:中国人民大学 日期:2020-01-20 11:06:04 浏览:1365次 
  • Contract Law of China

    Chinese Features of the Contract Law On March 15, 1999, the 2nd Session of the 9th National People’s Congress enacted the Contract Law of the People’s Republic of China, manifesting thereby not only the gradual consummation of the Contract Law, but also signifying that China’s civil legislation had entered a phase of systemic maturity. The formulation and gazetting of the Contract Law have served an instrumental function in preserving the legal market order and safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of parties to transactions, while providing an important guarantee for trade development and market prosperity. The official gazetting of this law ended the former regime wherein the Contract Law was divided into a tripartite division of forms, to wit the Economic Contract Law, the Foreign Economic Law, and the Technology Contract Law. By prescribing a more complete set of contract law provisions of it significantly filled the gaps in contract law legislation that had for so long persisted, and eradicated the phenomena of repetition, lack of coordination, and even contradictions arising from and between multiple contract law enactments, while ameliorating their dispersed and disorderly condition by consummating the Contract Law and its unity and systematization, in particular. In general, the Contract Law functions in the following important ways.

    作者/编者:Wang Liming(王利明) 机构:中国人民大学 日期:2020-01-20 03:59:35 浏览:1378次 
  • Law of Real Rights

    Mr. Wang Liming is Vice President of Remin University of China. He also serves as Professor and Doctoral Advisor, while additionally assuming the posts of Member and Convenor of the Legal Science Appraisal Group of the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council, Managing Director of the China Law Society, President of the Civil Law Research Society of the China Law Society, Deputy to the National People’s Congress of the 9th, the 10th and the 11th Sessions, Committee Member of the Financial and Economic Committee of the 9th Session of the National People’s Congress, Committee Member of the Law Committee of the 10th Session of the National People’s Congress, Committee Member of the Law Committee of the 11th Session of the National People’s Congress, Committee Member of the Humanistic and Social Science Committee of the Ministry of Education, Vice Chairman of the Teaching Steering Committee for Law Science of the National Institution of Higher Education of the Ministry of Education, Vice Director of the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, Counsel to the Supreme People’s Court, Expert Consultant to the Supreme People’s Procuratorate, Counsel to the Ministry of Public Security, Legal Adviser to the Ministry of Construction, Member of the Beijing Expert Group, Expert Consultant to the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau, Advisor to the Government of Fujian Province and Vice Director of the Beijing Arbitration Commission. As one of the most established scholars on Chinese civil and commercial law, Professor Wang has published many books and articles in Chinese and other languages. Prior to this work, the English language edition of his Contract Law of China was also co-published by W.S.Hein and Wells Information Services Inc. in 2016.

    作者/编者:Wang Liming(王利明) 机构:中国人民大学 日期:2020-01-20 16:15:40 浏览:1425次 
  • A History of the Modernization of Chinese Journalism

    The period of the Beijing Government reign (a duration spanning from 1916 to 1928, commonly referred to as the Beiyang Government phase in the mainland China) is an interval during which China transitioned from a traditional society into a modern one, and this period assumes a role of paramount importance that bridges the past and the future. Characterized by the juxtaposition of complicated political rivalry and constantly mutating circumstances, this phase bred vibrant media and vigorous reporters. Previous researches into this phase are chiefly centered upon criticizing and exposing how the Beiyang Government had oppressed the journalism industry and persecuted reporters; however, the media environment then was indeed loose and tolerant at large, and the media progressed at a comparatively rapid speed. In fact, with respect to this particular period of history, relatively objective and positive evaluations have been produced across fields of study. For instance, the economic history acknowledges the feat as manifested in the development of national economy at a high speed in this duration while the legal and political histories recognize the efforts and attempts made for the sake of the formation of a modern Chinese judicial system and democracy as witnessed by this period. Likewise, in the developmental course of our journalism, it is indicated by a multitude of signs that this period concerned is another golden era for the progression of media, as illustrated by the concurrent emergence of modernized newspaper office buildings in China, the application of presses with high-speed rotation and the employment of telegraphs and telephones as the crucial means of news communication. In the meantime, this golden era for media development is also evidenced by such transformations: the conventional commercial news industry initiated the reform by adopting the modern corporate system; the internal institutional configuration, personnel and welfare systems began to emerge that were in conformity with the operation of modern media; the revenues gained through distribution and advertising became a vital economic source of the newspapers and journals; press interviewing started to be taken on the soil of foreign lands and the interviewing and editing were increasingly vi A History of the Modernization of Chinese Journalism in compliance with the requirements of modern journalism; theories of journalism being developed continually, not only the western theories were imported into China through translation, the Chinese community of journalism also conducted theoretical self-reflection upon itself. Furthermore, inspirational and encouraging newspaper groups began to appear; new ideas were in circulation in that the capitalist enlightenment ideas championing democracy and liberty as well as the socialist advocacy for nation redemption were featured prominently in newspapers and journals. Moreover, the journals dedicated to the “intellectuals commenting upon politics”, which were tinted with intense Chinese characters, began to signal their approaching the glamour of maturation gradually. All the above-mentioned clues indicate that this phase is indeed a period of vital importance over which the Chinese journalism strode towards modernization. Therefore, systematic study on this period has important historical value and practical significance.

    作者/编者:Wang Runze (王润泽) 机构:中国人民大学 日期:2020-01-21 10:09:25 浏览:1577次 
  • He Jiong(贺炯): The Protection of the Communication Right Concerning Internet Service Provider’s Infringement Under Chinese Copyright Law

    Summary Communication right is a form of copyright to regulate the communication of works, performances, and phonograms on an interactive on-demand basis by wire or wireless means. China has introduced its 2006 Network Regulations to protect communication right from the Internet Service Provider (ISP)’s infringement, with regard to ISP’s each functional role as content provider and non-content provider of access provider, host provider, and information location tool provider. This thesis will examine whether the Chinese protection of the communication right concerning ISP’s infringement is adequate to permit effective action against any infringement of the right, according to the WIPO Internet Treaties-standard. The method employed in this book is to analyse the protection of the communication right with respect to five closely interrelated key issues that require elucidation in sequence, which are the framework of the right, the reproduction during the communication, the technical protection, the rules of limitations and exceptions, and the enforcement of the right. During each analysis, the relevant provisions of both the WIPO Internet Treaties and Chinese Copyright Law will be analysed. Afterwards, a comparison between the relevant provisions will be made to examine whether the Chinese protection satisfies the minimum standard of the WIPO Internet Treaties. As the WIPO Internet Treaties do not define the extent of the concrete protection at a national level, a further analysis, which is based upon the study of the Chinese legal practice, will be made to examine whether the Chinese protection is adequate to permit effective action against ISP’s act of infringement of the right. After the analysis and comparison, this thesis will assert that the protection of the communication right concerning ISP’s infringement under Chinese Copyright Law still remains inadequate, due to the legislative disadvantages within the three-level copyright system. This thesis will identify those disadvantages, with respect to ISP’s different functional roles, and make a concrete proposal for legislative reform.

    作者/编者:He Jiong 机构:华东政法大学 日期:2020-02-20 07:57:39 浏览:4306次 
  • Qu Guangqing(屈广清): Study of Conflict and Application of Maritime Laws

    Contents Chapter 1 Overview Section 1 Regulating Methods of Private International Maritime Law Section 2 Sources and Contemporary Development of Private International Maritime Law Chapter 2 Research on Maritime Real Right Section 1 Ship Ownership Section 2 Ship Mortgage Section 3 Maritime Lien Section 4 Possessory Lien on Ship Section 5 Other Real Rights of Ship Chapter 3 Research on Maritime Contracts Section 1 Contract for Carriage of Goods by Sea Section 2 Marine Insurance Contract Chapter 4 Research on Maritime Torts Section 1 Ship Collision Section 2 Oil Pollution from Ships Section 3 Loss of Life or Personal Injury at Sea Section 4 Other Maritime Torts Chapter 5 Research on Salvage at Sea and General Average Section 1 Salvage at Sea Section 2 General Average Chapter 6 Research on the Limitation of Liability for Foreign-Related Maritime Claims Section 1 Conflict of Laws Section 2 Application of Law Chapter 7 Practical Questions of the Private International Maritime Law in China after the Implementation of the Law on the Application of Law to Foreign-Related Civil Relations and Countermeasures Section 1 Practice of the Private International Maritime Law in China after the Implementation of the Law on the Application of Law to Foreign-Related Civil Relations Section 2 Questions of the Private International Maritime Law in China after the Implementation of the Law on the Application of Law to Foreign-Related Civil Relations and Countermeasures Afterword

    作者/编者:Qu Guangqing 机构:Wells 日期:2020-02-25 08:32:02 浏览:1408次 
  • CHINA INTERNATIONAL STUDIES: Number 80 • January/February 2020

    <中国国际问题研究>英文版双月刊 英文·双月刊 2020年第1期(总第80期) 顾 问:唐家璇 李肇星 编委会主任委员:戚振宏 编委会副主任委员:阮宗泽 徐 坚 编委会委员:(以姓氏拼音字母为序) 董漫远 郭宪纲 刘江永 戚振宏 秦亚青 荣 鹰 阮宗泽 石 泽 苏 格 王缉思 邢广程 徐 坚 杨洁勉 元 简 周 弘 [英国] 肖恩·布思林 [俄罗斯] 亚历山大·卢金 [美国] 迈克尔·史文 主 编:阮宗泽 执行编辑:姜志达 吴劭杰 文字编辑:William Jones Benjamin Green 主管单位:中华人民共和国外交部 主办单位:中国国际问题研究院 出版单位:《中国国际问题研究》编辑部 地 址:北京东城区台基厂头条3号 邮政编码:100005 联系电话:010-85119538 电子邮箱:gyzz@ciis.org.cn 期刊网站:www.ciis.org.cn/gyzz 国内订阅:全国各地邮局 国内代号:80-477 国外发行:中国国际图书贸易总公司 国外代号:BM4946 国际标准连续出版物号:lSSN 1673-3258 国内统一连续出版物号:CN 11-5344/D

    作者/编者:《中国国际问题研究》编辑部 机构:中国国际问题研究院 日期:2020-03-04 10:23:39 浏览:1643次