1. Data-Driven Approaches to Studying Chinese Judicial Practice: Opportunities, Challenges, and Issues
  2. Björn Ahl, Lidong Cai, Chao Xi
  3. pp. 1-14
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  1. Mass Publicity of Chinese Court Decisions: Market-Driven or Authoritarian Transparency?
  2. Yingmao Tang, John Zhuang Liu
  3. pp. 15-40
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  1. Judicialization of the Chinese Constitution Revisited: Empirical Evidence from Court Data
  2. Daniel Sprick
  3. pp. 41-67
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  1. The Role of CPC Regulations in Chinese Judicial Decisions: An Empirical Study Based on Published Judgments
  2. Fan Yang
  3. pp. 69-97
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  1. Effect of Judges’ Gender on Rape Sentencing: A Data Mining Approach to Analyze Judgment Documents
  2. Yiwei Xia, Tianji Cai, Hua Zhong
  3. pp. 125-149
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  1. The Predictors of Pre-Conviction Decisions in China: A Statistical Analysis Based on M City Court
  2. Xifen Lin, Yong Ma, Zihui Gu
  3. pp. 151-175
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  1. Red Swan: How Unorthodox Policy Making Facilitated China’s Rise by Sebastian Heilmann (review)
  2. Anna L. Ahlers
  3. pp. 177-179
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  1. Gender and Employment in Rural China by Jing Song (review)
  2. Arianne M. Gaetano
  3. pp. 180-185
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  1. Occupational Health and Social Estrangement in China by Wing-Chung Ho (review)
  2. Caroline Knowles
  3. pp. 186-188
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  1. The Teahouse under Socialism: The Decline and Renewal of Public Life in Chengdu, 1950–2000 by Di Wang (review)
  2. Shaofan An
  3. pp. 189-192
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  1. Changing Taiwanese Identities ed. by J. Bruce Jacobs and Peter Kang (review)
  2. Jean-Pierre Cabestan
  3. pp. 193-194
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