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Zheng Ge

Office phone: 62933284
Address: 450
Email: gezheng@hotmail.com;zhengeorge@gmail.com;zhengge@sjtu.edu.cn

  • Educational background

    • Master of Laws, May 2002, Duke University, USA
    • Doctorate in Law, July 1998, Peking University, China
    • Master of Laws, July 1996, Peking University, China
    • Baccalaureate in Law, July 1991, Sichuan University, China
  • Working Experience

    • Professor of Public Law, Shanghai Jiaotong University
    • Assistant Professor, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, January 2007-February 2014
    • Research Assistant Professor, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, January 2004-January 2007
    • Edwards Fellow, Columbia University School of Law, 2003-2004
    • Visiting Associate Professor, Duke University School of Law, 2001-2002
    • Visiting Scholar, University of Michigan Law School, July-September, 2000
    • Assistant Professor of Law, Peking University School of Law, 1998-2003
    • Law Enforcement Officer, Public Security Bureau of Sichuan Province, China, 1991-1993
  • Publications

    Books (All in Chinese)

    1.Law and Modernity in Max Weber's Social Theory: An Introduction, Beijing: Law Press China, 2006. ISBN: 7503661240.
    2.History of Western Legal Thought, Beijing: People’s University Press, 1999. ISBN: 9787300032177.


    Journal Articles in Chinese

    3. “Rule of Law and ‘Our Common Future’: A Contractarian Approach to Welfare Constitution in China,” China Reform, No.08, 2012
    4. “A Socio-Legal Analysis on China’s Poverty Law,” Open Time,No.09, 2012
    5. “Three Dimensions of Citizenship,” Shanghai Jiaotong University Law Review, Vol.3, 2012
    6. “The Constitution of Chinese Nationalities,” Beijing Cultural Review , Vol.6, 2011, 86-90.
    7. “When the Political-legal Discourse Meets the Rule of Law Practice: A Cross-cultural Analysis on the Congo Case,” China Reform, No.08, 2011, 60-63.
    8. “How Can the ‘Training School for Democracy’ Produce Graduates?: A Study on the Constitutional Arrangements for Rural Self-Governance in China,” China Reform, No.05, 2011, 58-62.
    9. “Culture, Development, and Ethnic Regional Autonomy: Tibet Issue in the Context of Chinese Constitutional Law,” Journal of Legal and Economic Studies, 2010, 12, 89-153.
    10. “Striking-Hard 2010: alignment and conflicts between strategy and rule of law,” China Reform, No.11, 2010, pp.7-12.
    11. “Dialog among Gods? A Critical Review on Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age,” in Chinese Social Sciences Quarterly, Summer Issue, 2009, pp.182-190 (10,870 Chinese words).
    12. “Where to Go after Going out of a Cave: A Critical Review on Deng Zhenglai's Where Should Chinese Legal Scholarship Go”, Hebei Law Review, 2007, 25, 24-26.
    13. “Law and Religion in a Pluralist Society: A Weberian Perspective,” Pacific Journal, 2007, 12, 10-16
    14. “Pragmatism in Holmes's Common Law”, Tsinghua Law Journal, Volume 1, Number 2, 2003, pp.130-139.
    15. “Knowledge and Human Action: A Study on Hayek,” China Social Sciences Review, Volume 1, Number 1, 2002, pp.86-98.
    16. “Max Weber on the Distinctiveness of Western Law,” Icarus: A Journal on Ideas and Society, Vol.I, issue 1, 2001, pp.1-105.
    17. “The Professional Standards of Translations in Law,” Peking University Law Review, No.1, Vol.2, 1999, pp.300-316.
    18. “Is Legal Scholarship a kind of Social Sciences?” Peking University Law Review, issue 1, 1998, pp.1-30.
    19. “The Transcendental Dimension of ‘Culture’,” Dushu (Reading), No.6, 1994, pp.60-70.
    20. “Civil Law in Civil Society: A Study on the History of European Private Law,” Science of Law, issue 6, 1994, pp.23-60.

    Book Chapters in Chinese

    21. “Cicero and Republican Legal Theory,” in Gao Hongjun (ed.), A New Treatise on Western Legal Traditions, Tsinghua University Press, 2014.
    22. “Lon Fuller's Fables, From Classical Thought to Modern Constitution”, in Gao Quanxi (ed.), From Classical Thought to Modern Constitution: Lectures on Philosophy, Politics and Law, Beijing: Law Press China, 2008, 571-597.
    23. "Max Weber's Sociological Approach to Law," in Law in Social Theory, edited by Gao Hongjun and Ma Jianyin, Tsinghua University Press, 2006. pp.205-226.
    24. “Context and Methodology: Holmes’ Common Law in History,” in Law: Western Model and Chinese Experience, edited by Xu Zhangrun, Guangxi Normal University Press, 2004, pp.259-271.
    25. “Rule of Law and its Limitations in China,” in Cheng Xingliang (ed.), Value Consensus and Legal Consciousness, Beijing: Law Press China, 2002, pp.82-116.
    26. “Conseil d’Etat and the Rule of Law in France,” in Towards a Government under Law, edited by Ying Songnian, Law Beijing: Law Press China, 2001. pp.82-110.
    27. “Independence of Judiciary and Its Limits,” in Independence of Judiciary and Protection of Human Rights, edited by Gong Renren, Beijing: Law Press China, 2001. pp.34-76.
    28. “The Social Construction of Legal Interpretation,” in Theories of Legal Interpretation, edited by Liang Zhiping, China University of Law and Politics Press, 1998, pp.65-86
    29. “Norms, Order and Tradition,” in Order, Justice and Authority in Rural Society, edited by Wang Mingming and Stephen Feuchtwang, China University of Law and Politics Press, 1997, pp.541-554.

    Dictionary Entry
    30. Sa to Sc, English-Chinese Dictionary of Anglo-American Law (Yuanzhao Yingmeifa Cidian), Beijing: Law Press China, 2003, pp.1217-1229.

    Journal Articles in English

    31. “Economic Development and Cultural Autonomy in Tension: The Tibet Issue in China’s Constitutional Framework,” Hong Kong Law Journal, 2012, Volume 42, Part One, pp.195-252.
    32. “Law and Politics of Legislative Interpretation in China,” Ehwa Law Journal, 2008, Volume 12, pp.177-196.
    33. “Which Kind of Party? The Role of Crime Victims in Chinese Criminal Procedure,” Hong Kong Law Journal, 2008, Volume 38, pp.493-521.

    Book Chapter in English

    34. “Towards Regulatory Neutrality in a Party-State: A Review on Administrative Law Reforms in China,” in John Gillespie and Albert Chen (eds.), Legal Reforms in China and Vietnam: A Comparison of Asian Communist Regimes, Routledge, 2010, pp.109-133
    Book Chapter in French

    35. “La sécularisation du sacré. Peut- on contrebalancer la tendance dans le Tibet,” Charles Taylor: Religion et secularization, CNRS ÉDITIONS, 2014.