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    Title: The Private Enforcement of Law: Materials from China
    Authors: 徐昕
    Xu, Xin
    Keywords: private enforcement of law;economic analysis;informal debt-collection;self-help remedy;lynching
    Date: 2007-06
    Issue Date: 2016-10-25 17:16:53 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: From the perspective of the economic theory of law enforcement, this article systematically analyzes the private enforcement of law, including informal debt-collection, private detectives, private wanted circulars, the ”frisking” of suspected shoplifters, private fines, and lynching, with a focus on the case of China. The author then proceeds to analyze self-help remedies. Finally, the article argues that private individuals and non-state organizations should play a more important role in law enforcement in China.
    Relation: Issues & Studies,43(2),129-173
    Data Type: article
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