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Making law work : chinese laws in context

(2011) In Cornell East Asia Series 154.
Abstract
By studying law implementation in different areas and at different levels, contributors from various disciplines give a nuanced picture of law implementation in China, showing that it is rare to find examples of complete success or failure. Instead, making law work in actual practice, and in any society, is a matter of degree. The study is multidisciplinary in character and builds on insights from both sociology of law and political science.
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Cornell East Asia Series
editor
Burell, Mattias and Svensson, Marina LU
volume
154
pages
415 pages
publisher
Cornell University Press
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  • scopus:85008178084
ISSN
1050-2955
ISBN
978-1-933947-24-2
language
English
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yes
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