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East Asian Socialism and East Asian Legality: A Response to Ewan Smith

  • Hualing FU (a1), John GILLESPIE (a2), Pip NICHOLSON (a3) and William PARTLETT (a4)
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Professor of Law, University of Hong Kong.

Professor of Law, Monash University.

Dean, Melbourne Law School and Professor of Law, University of Melbourne.

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Associate Professor, University of Melbourne.

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1. See Ginsburgs, George, ‘The Soviet Procuracy and Forty Years of Socialist Legality’ (1959) 18 American Slavic and East European Review 34, 34; Mańko, Rafal, ‘Is the Socialist Legal Tradition “Dead and Buried”? The Continuity of Certain Elements of Socialist Legal Culture in Polish Civil Procedure’ in Wilhelmsson, Thomas, Paunio, Elina & Pohjolainen, Annika (eds), Private Law and the Many Cultures of Europe (Kluwer Law International 2007) 9498.

2. See Cooney, Sean, Biddulph, Sarah & Zhu, Ying, Law and Fair Work in China (Routledge 2013); Hualing, Fu & Xiaobo, Zhai, ‘What Makes the Chinese Constitution Socialist?’ (2018) 16 International Journal of Constitutional Law 655.

3. See eg Chen, Jidong, Pan, Jennifer & Xu, Yiqing, ‘Sources of Authoritarian Responsiveness: A Field Experiment in China’ (2016) 60 American Journal of Political Science 383.

* Professor of Law, University of Hong Kong.

Professor of Law, Monash University.

Dean, Melbourne Law School and Professor of Law, University of Melbourne.

§ Associate Professor, University of Melbourne.

East Asian Socialism and East Asian Legality: A Response to Ewan Smith

  • Hualing FU (a1), John GILLESPIE (a2), Pip NICHOLSON (a3) and William PARTLETT (a4)
  • In response to commentaries on:

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