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Planning Committee

Zheng Ge

Professor George G. Zheng
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
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
Academic 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.