U.S.-Asia Law Institute 2015 Selected Publications

The following is a selected sampling of the U.S.-Asia Law Institute’s publication for the year of 2015. 

Professor Jerome A. Cohen

  • His most recent publications, op-eds and blogs can be found on his  website. 

Professor Ira Belkin & Jerome A. Cohen

Professor Frank Upham:

  • “China’s Changing Property Law Landscape,” Research Handbook on Comparative Property Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, Winter 2015.
  • “The Evolution of Relational Property Rights: A Case of Chinese Rural Land Reform,” Iowa Law Review, May 2015.
  • “The Paradoxical Roles of Property Rights in Growth and Development,” Law and Development Review, Winter 2015.
     
  • “Lessons from Chinese Growth: Re-Thinking the Role of Property Rights in Development,” The Beijing Consensus? How China has Changed Western Ideas of Law and Economic Development, Cambridge University Press.

For a complete listing of Professor Upham’s publications, please visit here.

Yu-Jie Chen:

Sida Liu:

  • “The Fall and Rise of Law and Social Science in China,” Annual Review of Law and Social Science 11: 373-394, 2015. (Sida Liu and Zhizhou Wang)
  • “Advocates, Experts, and Suspects: Three Images of Lawyers in Chinese Media Reports,” International Journal of the Legal Profession 21(2): 195-212, 2015. (Cheng-Tong Lir Wang, Sida Liu, and Terence C. Halliday)
  • “Law’s Social Forms: A Powerless Approach to the Sociology of Law,” Law & Social Inquiry 40(1): 1-28, 2015.
  • “Boundary Work and Exchange: The Formation of a Professional Service Market,” Symbolic Interaction 38(1): 1-21, 2015.

Chi Yin:

Alvin Y. H. Cheung

  • “Intra-Executive Policy Laundering: A New Look at an Old Problem,” 41 N.C. J. INT'L L. (forthcoming).
  • “Road to Nowhere: Hong Kong's Democratization and China's Obligations Under Public International Law,” 40 BROOK. J. INT’L L. 465, 2015.

For a complete listing of Alvin’s articles and publications, please visit here.

Elias Blood-Patterson