China's legal reforms and their political limits. The Tarim mummies: Ancient China and the mysteries of the earliest peoples from the west. Mirroring the Past: The Writing and Use of History in Imperial China. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. Reforming China's state-owned enterprises and banks. Once the articles of the code had been established at the beginning of the dynasty, there was a reluctance on the part of the founding emperor or his successors to change them. Financial Markets in Hong Kong: Law and Practice.
Chinese civil justice, past and present. The main question of this school was whether Being came before Not-Being in Chinese, ming and wuming. Use of property was divided into topsoil and subsoil rights. The power of the Buddhist clergy was so great and the wealth of the monasteries so impressive, that it instigated criticism from Confucian scholars, who considered Buddhism as a foreign religion. Remnants of Chin law: An annotated translation of the Chin legal and administrative rules of the 3rd century B. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.
New York: Grove Atlantic, 2002. Only the failed to issue a penal code, but the collections of legal materials from that dynasty still show the strong influence of the Tang code. People's Republic of China: the death penalty in 2000. People who committed crimes were also sentenced to hard labor for the state. Origins of Chinese law: Penal and administrative law in its early development. Unlike in the West, where secular and religious powers co-existed and fostered a tradition of , the traditional Chinese legal system, as a tool of the sovereign, has never encountered strong counterparts, and therefore never tolerated the existence of any alien powers and legal rules other than those of the emperor.
Shaping the Ideal Child: Children and Their Primers in Late Imperial China. To Westerners, perhaps the most striking feature of the traditional Chinese is that it was an where the judge, usually the , conducts a public investigation of a crime, rather than an where the judge decides between attorneys representing the prosecution and defense. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2010. The code is regarded as a model of precision and clarity in terms of drafting and structure. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2009. Modern China 42, 3 May 2016 : 227-72.
Statecraft and classical learning: the Rituals of Zhou in East Asian history. All homicide cases and all cases attracting the death sentence were sent to the capital for review by the highest judicial tribunal, the Board of Punishments. Crimson rain: seven centuries of violence in a Chinese county. Writing and law in late imperial china: crime, conflict, and judgment. New Crime in China: Public Order and Human Rights.
Insider trading in Canada and China: a globalized market economy and the role of law. The Agriculturalists supported the , in which all similar goods, regardless of differences in quality and demand, are set at exactly the same, unchanging price. Beijing: Law Press, China; Distributed by: Buffalo: William S. Charles Le Blanc and Dorothy Borei. China's practice in the law of the sea. A common tool was the , applied to the buttocks and thighs.
Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1998. Comparative corporate law: United States, European Union, China, and Japan: cases and materials. Considering legal theory alone, modern Chinese law can only be Western law, and past Chinese law—traditional or Maoist—can have no role under the leadership's current preoccupations with modernization and marketization. International Law, Military Force and National Development. Articles by four topic areas : I.