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Constitutional Research in China: A Thirty-Year Review and Future Outlook: Marking the 30th Anniversary of the Promulgation of the 1982 Constitution and the First Anniversary of the Founding of China Constitutional Research Association

  • Dayuan HanEmail author
  • Honghong Hu
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Part of the Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development Path book series (RSCDCDP)

Abstract

Constitutional law study is a discipline, and its growth and development are closely linked with the community of constitutional scholars. Neither can either exist or thrive without the other. This year happens to be the 30th anniversary of the promulgation of the 1982 Constitution and the first anniversary of the founding of China Constitutional Research Association. We especially write articles describing the development course, analyzing the status quo and looking into the future of China’s constitutional scholars to mark this occasion. At the same time, we wish to probe into the consensus of Chinese constitutional scholars on their academic missions and explore diversified channels to develop constitutional law. Furthermore, we could effectively integrate research resources and adapt to the requirement of social practical development. And eventually, we could have mature and in-depth studies on constitutional theories, boost the development of constitutional practices and realize the rule of law.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.China Constitutional Research AssociationRenmin University of China Law SchoolBeijingChina
  2. 2.Constitutional Research Association of ChinaZhongnan University of Economics and LawWuhanChina

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