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Experimental Legislation in China between Efficiency and Legality

The Delegated Legislative Power of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone

Benefits

  • Illuminates the benefits, motivations and flaws of experimental legislation in Chinese law

  • Analyzes the legal framework of Special Economic Zones, which thus far have only been examined from a purely economic perspective in legal scholarship

  • Provides deeper insights into the structure of delegated legislation in Chinese law

  • Puts forward solutions for reconciling the tensions between the pursuit of rapid socio-economic progress on the one hand and the increasing need and will to govern by the rule of law on the other, which are typical of Chinese law and politics

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Madeleine Martinek
    Pages 1-11
  3. Madeleine Martinek
    Pages 57-120
  4. Madeleine Martinek
    Pages 121-183
  5. Madeleine Martinek
    Pages 227-320
  6. Madeleine Martinek
    Pages 321-327
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 329-342

About this book

Introduction

This book analyzes the benefits of and legal concerns in connection with the delegated legislation of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone as a prime example of experimental legislation in Chinese law. It offers solutions for improving the legal design of experimental regulations in Special Economic Zones by striking a balance between the pursuit of rapid socio-economic progress on the one hand, and the increasing need and will to govern by the rule of law on the other. The book offers a valuable guide for the academic community and legal practitioners, as well as students eager to gain insights into Chinese constitutional law and the conflict between legality and achieving reforms.

Keywords

Special economic zone Experimental legislation Delegated legislation Local legislative power Shanghai free trade zone Deviation power Legal pragmatism

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.BerlinGermany

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