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Edited by ZHANG Longxi, City University of Hong Kong and Axel SCHNEIDER, Leiden University
Brill’s Humanities in China Library makes available in English translation the work of humanities scholars who are shaping academic discourse in China.
Chief Editor: Shao Binhong Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; International Advisor: Allen Carlson, Cornell University
China has been committed to the reform in economic and political systems over the past three decades, which has resulted in tremendous transformations in the economy, society and politics in China. In this era of transformation, China’s relationship with the rest of the world is playing a ...
Edited by Glen Dudbridge and Frank Pieke. Published for the Institute for Chinese Studies, University of Oxford
The Chinese and Comparative Law Series will include titles on Chinese law as well as titles on comparative law - of which one of the compared laws will be Chinese law - .
Chinese Research Perspectives are the new generation of The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Yearbooks. As before the focus will be on the six research areas of the CASS Yearbooks: Economy, Education, Environment, Law, Population and Labor, and Society. The new volumes will no longer be ...
International Series Advisors: Gerard Postiglione, Chen Yangbin, Gregory Fairbrother, and Heidi Ross
Chinese Research Perspectives on Education is the new generation of The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Yearbooks: Educational Development. As with the CASS Yearbooks, the original versions of these volumes are published in China by Social Sciences Academic Press (SSAP) and are edited ...
International Series Advisors: Yanjie Bian, Nan Lin, Xueguang Zhou
The volumes included in this subseries on Society will continue to provide Western readers with firsthand insights into the discussions of unprecedented social changes and development with continuous economic growth in China.
International Series Advisors: Yang Guobin, Judith Shaprio, and Erika Scull
The volumes included in the series will continue to address urgent national and global environmental issues facing China and serve as a rare primary source in English for those interested in studying the development of civil society phenomena in China.
Edited by Christoph Harbsmeier, Bjarke Frellesvig, Michael Lackner, Alain Peyraube, Michael Puett and Rudolf Wagner
Edited by Paolo Santangelo, Sapienza University of Rome and Cheuk Yin Lee, National University of Singapore
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