Publication List (in English)
1. States, Intergovernmental Relations, and Market Development: Comparing Capitalist Growth in Contemporary China and 19th-century Untied States, New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2018.
1. “The Emerging New Middle Class and the Rule of Law in China,” The China Review, Vol.13, No.1 (Spring 2013), pp.43-70 (with Xiaogang Wu).
2. “Structural Constraints on Legal Change: Chinese Lawyers in the Interaction between the State, the Market and Society,” Social Sciences in China, 2013, Vol.1, pp.58-77 (with Li Xueyao).
3. “Institutional Options of Administrative Dispute Resolutions in Contemporary China: A Perspective of the Demand of the People,” Social Sciences in China, 2010, Vol.3, pp.5-26.
4. “Police Corruption Control in Hong Kong and New York City: a dilemma of checks and balances in combating corruption,” The Brigham Young University Journal of Public Law, Vol.23, 2009, pp.185-220 (reprinted in L. Holmes ed., Police Corruption: Essential Readings, Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2014, pp.622-657).
Publication List (in Chinese)
1. The Research for Risk-Society Jurisprudence, Shanghai: Shanghai SDX Joint Publishing Company, 2017 (co-editor with Prof. JI Weidong).
2. BRICS Legal Studies, Beijing: Law Press of China, 2015 (co-editor with Prof. LIU Xiaohong).
1. Human Resource, Technology Innovation, and the Great Transformation of Courts in China, SJTU Journal on Philosophy and Social Sciences (Shanghai Jiaotong Daxue Xuebao), Vol.2019, No.6, pp.33-48.
2. The Practice of Federalism in Chinese Legal System: A Case Study on Labor Contract Law, The Jurist (Faxue Jia), No.1, 2018, pp.1-17 (with Zhenxing KE).
3. “The Rise of Empirical Legal Studies in Contemporary China,” China Legal Science (Zhongguo Faxue), Vol.2015, No.6.
4. “An Empirical Analysis of the Procurator’s Attitude to the Reform of Classified Management of Judicial Personnel in China,” Chinese Journal of Law (Faxue Yanjiu), Vol.37, No.4, 2015, pp.71-85.
5. “An Empirical Study of Judicial Practice of the ‘Four-Time Interest Rate Rule’ in China and Its Implications for Reform,” Peking University Law Journal (Zhongwai Faxue), Vol.2015, No.3, pp.684-716.
6. “The ‘New Normal’ of China’s Legal System and its Reformation,” China Law Review (Zhongguo Falv Pinglun), Vol.2014, No.4, pp. 96-104.
7. “Stakeholders of Judicial Reform in China: Theoretical, empirical, and policy analyses,” Peking University Law Review (Beida Falv Pinglun), Vol.15, No.2, 2014, pp.450-489.
8. “The State, Rule of Law, and Reform from Middle: A central-local relationship perspective,” SJTU Law Review (Jiaoda Faxue), Vol.2013, No.4, pp.39-56.
9. “Governance Models and Chinese Securities Lawyers: An empirical study on 1148 IPO cases,” Forum on Securities Law (Zhengquan Fayuan), Vol. 9, 2013, pp.40-93.
10. “On the Transition from Lawyers to Politicians: Analytic and empirical examination,” Peking University Law Journal (Zhongwai Faxue), Vol.2013, No.1, pp.114-132.
11. “An Empirical Analysis on the Rationality of Chinese Lawyers’ Occupation Selection,” Legal Science (Faxue), Vol.2012, No.11, pp.143-155.
12. “Structural Constraints on Legal Change: Chinese Lawyers in the Interaction between the State, the Market and Society,” Social Sciences in China (Zhongguo Shehui Kexue), Vol.2012, No.7, pp.101-122 (with Xueyao Li).
13. “Decentralization, Intergovernmental Competition, and Economic Growth: a critical review,” Legal Forum (Faxue Luntan), Vol.2012, No.4, pp.33-42.
14. “Social Classes and the Resolution of Civil Disputes: Social Stratification and Legal Development in Transitional China,” Sociological Studies (Shehuixue Yanjiu), Vol.2010, No.2, pp.151-179 (with Xiaogang Wu).
15. “The Geography and Governance of Public Listings in China: Reinterpreting Administrative Governance,” Forum on Securities Law (Zhengquan Fayuan), Vol.3, 2010, pp.54-85.
16. “Institutional Options of Administrative Dispute Resolutions in Contemporary China: A Perspective of the Demand of the People,” Social Sciences in China (Zhongguo Shehui Kexue), Vol.2009, No.6, pp.144-160.
17. “Local Governments, National Courts, and Market Development: A comparative study on the United States and China,” Peking University Journal of Philosophy and Social Sciences (Beijing Daxue Xuebao), Vol.45, No.6, 2008, pp.64-74.