Philip C. C. Huangmember-Institute for Advanced Historical and Social Research
Philip C. C. Huang42465visits

Theory of Practice and China Research: Legal and Social Science Studies

hits:320   2022/09/27

From Dualistic Opposition to Dyadic Integration: Toward a New Political Economy of Chinese Practice

hits:245   2022/04/20

A Critique of Marketism: Varieties of Exchanges in China’s Past and Present

hits:377   2021/12/26

A New Integrative Vision: China’s BeltRoad Initiative and Its Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

hits:442   2021/07/26

China's New Age Small Farms and Their Vertical Integration: Agribusiness or Co-ops?

hits:3120   2021/04/11

In Search of a Long-Term Development Path for China: Starting from Differences between Assigning Responsibility and Contracting

hits:1311   2019/11/23

In Search of a Social Science Anchored in (Chinese) Realities

hits:1083   2019/11/14

Rethinking “the Third Sphere”: The Dualistic Unity of State and Society in China, Past and Present

hits:1945   2019/05/29

Citation Indexes:Uses and Misuses

hits:1597   2018/10/31

The Theoretical and Practical Implications of China's Development Experience:The Role of Informal Economic Practices

hits:4457   2018/10/20

Our Sense of Problem:Rethinking China Studies in the United States

hits:1445   2018/10/20

The Modern Chinese Family:In Light of Economic and Legal History

hits:5322   2018/10/20

“Whither Chinese Agriculture?”: An Introduction

hits:2438   2017/10/20

The Three Models of China’s Agricultural Development: Strengths and Weaknesses of the Administrative,Laissez Faire, and Co-op Approaches

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“Whither Chinese Agriculture?”-- An Introduction

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Dispatch Work in China: A Study from Case Records, Part II

hits:1175   2017/07/13

Dispatch Work in China: A Study from Case Records, Part I

hits:1584   2017/05/16

China’s Informal Economy, Reconsidered: An Introduction in Light of Social and Legal History

hits:1495   2017/04/19

An Introduction to Ester Boserup’s: The Conditions of Agricultural Growth: The Economics of Agrarian Change Under Population Pressure (Chicago: Aldine, 1965)

hits:1055   2017/04/11

China’s Hidden Agricultural Revolution, 1980–2010, in Historical and Comparative Perspective

hits:2395   2016/06/11

The Past and Present of the Chinese Civil and Criminal Justice Systems: The Sinitic Legal Tradition from a Global Perspective

hits:2436   2016/04/12

Is “Family Farms” the Way to Develop Chinese Agriculture?

hits:1975   2015/06/30

How Has the Chinese Economy Developed So Rapidly? The Concurrence of Five Paradoxical Coincidences

hits:3738   2015/05/25

Morality and Law in China, Past and Present

hits:2149   2015/04/11

Should Social Science and Jurisprudence Imitate Natural Science?

hits:1208   2015/04/10

The Dynamics of Capitalization in Chinese Agriculture: Private Firms, the State, or Peasant Households?(中国农业资本化的动力: 公司、国家、还是农户?)

hits:1723   2014/11/25

Editor’s Foreword Whither Rural China: Capitalism, Socialism, Or?( 编者前言: 中国农村往哪里去?资本主义、社会主义、还是?)

hits:1202   2014/11/25

China’s Informal Economy Revisited(中国的非正规经济再论证)

hits:1272   2014/11/25

Is “Family Farms” the Way to Develop Chinese Agriculture?

hits:2994   2014/07/31

Editor’s Introduction to The History and Theory of Legal Practice in China: Toward a Historical-Social Jurisprudence

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Editor’s Introduction

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"Social Sciences of Practice” Series Foreword

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Between Informal Mediation and Formal Adjudication: The Third Realm of Qing Civil Justice

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Women’s Choices under the Law: Marriage, Divorce, and Illicit Sex in the Qing and the Republic

hits:2616   2014/07/16

Rural China: An International Journal of History and Social Science Volume 10 (2013)

hits:1097   2014/03/23

The Basis for the Legitimacy of the Chinese Political System: Whence and Whither? Dialogues among Western and Chinese Scholars, VII -- Editor’s Introduction

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Development "Planning" in Present-Day China--System, Process, and Mechanism: Dialogues among Western and Chinese Scholars, VI

hits:2896   2013/12/02

Profit-Making State Firms and China's Development Experience:"State Capitalism" or "Socialist Market Economy"?

hits:1559   2013/05/23

"State Capitalism" or "Socialist Market Economy"?--Editor's Foreword

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Misleading Chinese Legal and Statistical Categories: Labor, Individual Entities, and Private Enterprises

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Capitalization without Proletarianization in China's Agricultural Development

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A Brief Comment on Ivan Szelenyi’s Comment

hits:2952   2011/11/17

Chongqing: Equitable Development Driven by a “Third Hand”?

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China's Neglected Informal Economy: Reality and Theory

hits:2843   2009/07/31

Introduction to "Whither Chinese Reforms? Dialogues Among Western and Chinese Scholars, II"

hits:2029   2009/07/31

In Search of a Chinese Modernity: Wang Hui's The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought

hits:1842   2008/07/31

Centralized Minimalism: Semiformal Governance by Quasi Officials and Dispute Resolution in China

hits:2093   2008/01/31

Introduction to "The Nature of the Chinese State-Dialogues among Western and Chinese Scholars-I"

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Whither Chinese Law?

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Court Mediation in China, Past and Present

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Development Or Involution in 18th Century Britain and China?

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Civil Adjudication in China, Past and Present

hits:1826   2006/04/30

Divorce Law Practices and the Origins, Myths, and Realities of Judicial Mediation in China

hits:1779   2005/04/30

Women's Choices under the Law: Marriage, Divorce, and Illicit Sex in the Qing and the Republic

hits:1480   2001/01/31

Biculturality in Modern China and in Chinese Studies

hits:1820   2000/01/31

Theory and the Study of Modern Chinese History: Four Traps and a Question

hits:2296   1998/04/30

Rethinking the Chinese Revolution: An Introduction

hits:1698   1995/01/31

Rural Class Struggle in the Chinese Revolution: Representational and Objective Realities from the Land Reform to the Cultural Revolution

hits:1676   1995/01/31

"Public Sphere "/"Civil Society" in China?: The Third Realm between State and Society

hits:2980   1993/04/30

Editor's Foreword:“Public Sphere”/ “Civil Society” in China?

hits:1559   1993/04/30

Ideology and Theory in the Study of Modern Chinese Literature: Paradigmatic Issues in Chinese Studies, II

hits:1880   1993/01/31

Between Informal Mediation and Formal Adjudication-the Third Realm of Justice in Qing China

hits:1610   1993/01/31

The Paradigmatic Crisis in Chinese Studies: Paradoxes in Social and Economic History

hits:2164   1991/07/31

The Paradigmatic Crisis in Chinese Studies: Paradoxes in Social and Economic History

hits:1622   1991/07/31

Review of Chinese and Japanese Scholarship: Editor's Note

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Editor's Foreword

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Editor's Note on Transliteration

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Editor's Foreword

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Introduction to "Constitutionalism, Reform, and the Nature of the Chinese State: Dialogues among Western and Chinese Scholars, III"

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Beyond the Right-Left Divide: Searching for Reform from the History of Practice

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Preface: Why Do We Need a Different Approach to the Study of Chinese Law?

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