Book Series on Regulation, Compliance and Enforcement
For Chinese companies and regulators, maintaining and enhancing compliance is extra
challenging, not only because of the local economic, political, historical, cultural
and legal contexts. Much of the existing knowledge about compliance has been developed
outside of China and not published in Chinese. To remedy this, the Long Institute
launches a Chinese language book series about Regulation, Compliance and Enforcement.
The series is published by China’s main legal publishing house 法律出版社 and is edited by Long Institute academic director Benjamin van Rooij, together with professor Wang Qiliang (vice dean of Yunnan University, School of Law). The editorial board is made up of leading scholars in the field of regulation, compliance and enforcement from China and abroad, including Hou Meng (Beijing University, School of Law), You Chenyi (Renmin University, School of Law), Yi Jiangbo (Hubei Police Academy, Law Department), Song Hualin (Nankai University), Chen Baifeng (Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, School of Law), Ying Feihu (Shenzhen University, School of Law), Henry N. Pontell (UC Irvine, Department of Criminology, Law and Society), Carlos W.H. Lo (Hong Kong Polytechnic University, School of Management).
The series will consist of four types of books:
- Monographs and edited volumes of articles on compliance, enforcement and regulation studying China itself, either published in Chinese or translated.
- Leading books on compliance, enforcement and regulation, but not focused on China, translated into Chinese.
- Collections of leading articles and papers about compliance, enforcement and regulation, but not focused on China, translated into Chinese.
- Edited volumes and monographs coming out of the compliance research conducted by the Long Institute and its partners