Volume 65 2017

Volume 65 2017 The American Journal of COMPARATIVE LAW A Quarterly VOLUME 66 2017 The American Society of Comparative Law, Inc. INDEX OF AUTHORS     Page  Donald Clarke & Fang Lu  The Law of China’s Local Government Debt: Local Government Financing Vehicles and Their Bonds  751  Jerome A. Cohen  Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation  729  Mathilde Cohen  Regulating Milk: Women and Cows in France and the United States  469  James V. Feinerman  Pioneering the Study of Chinese Law in the West—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen  739  Stephen Gardbaum  Political Parties, Voting Systems, and the Separation of Powers  229  Weixia Gu  Piercing the Veil of Arbitration Reform in China: Promises, Pitfalls, Patterns, Prognoses, and Prospects  799  Michaela Hailbronner  Transformative Constitutionalism: Not Only in the Global South  527  Xin He & Kwai Hang Ng  “It Must Be Rock Strong!” Guanxi’s Impact on Judicial Decision Making in China  841  Margaret K. Lewis  Safeguarding the Boundaries of Right: Jerome A. Cohen’s Experience with Law in the People’s Republic of China—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen  745  Ji Li  The Power Logic of Justice in China  95  Qiao Liu & Xiang Ren  CISG in Chinese Courts: The Issue of Applicability  873  Ugo Mattei  The Cold War and Comparative Law: A Reflection on the Politics of Intellectual Discipline  567  Dan Priel  Conceptions of Authority and the Anglo-American Common Law Divide  609  Dan W. Puchniak & Luh Luh Lan  Independent Directors in Singapore: Puzzling Compliance Requiring Explanation  265  Sally Brown Richardson  Reframing Ameliorative Waste  335  Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga  You Have No Right to Remain Silent: Self-Incrimination in Ecuador’s Indigenous Legal Systems  659  Katharina Isabel Schmidt  Henry Maine’s “Modern Law”: From Status to Contract and Back Again?  145  James G. Stewart & Asad Kiyani  The Ahistoricism of Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law  393  Symeon C. Symeonides  Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2016: Thirtieth Annual Survey  1  Symeon C. Symeonides  Private International Law Bibliography 2016: U.S. and Foreign Sources in English  83  Ozan O. Varol, Lucia Dalla Pellegrina & Nuno Garoupa  An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey  187  Qingkun Xu  The Codification of Conflicts Law in China: A Long Way to Go  919      Page  Donald Clarke & Fang Lu  The Law of China’s Local Government Debt: Local Government Financing Vehicles and Their Bonds  751  Jerome A. Cohen  Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation  729  Mathilde Cohen  Regulating Milk: Women and Cows in France and the United States  469  James V. Feinerman  Pioneering the Study of Chinese Law in the West—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen  739  Stephen Gardbaum  Political Parties, Voting Systems, and the Separation of Powers  229  Weixia Gu  Piercing the Veil of Arbitration Reform in China: Promises, Pitfalls, Patterns, Prognoses, and Prospects  799  Michaela Hailbronner  Transformative Constitutionalism: Not Only in the Global South  527  Xin He & Kwai Hang Ng  “It Must Be Rock Strong!” Guanxi’s Impact on Judicial Decision Making in China  841  Margaret K. Lewis  Safeguarding the Boundaries of Right: Jerome A. Cohen’s Experience with Law in the People’s Republic of China—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen  745  Ji Li  The Power Logic of Justice in China  95  Qiao Liu & Xiang Ren  CISG in Chinese Courts: The Issue of Applicability  873  Ugo Mattei  The Cold War and Comparative Law: A Reflection on the Politics of Intellectual Discipline  567  Dan Priel  Conceptions of Authority and the Anglo-American Common Law Divide  609  Dan W. Puchniak & Luh Luh Lan  Independent Directors in Singapore: Puzzling Compliance Requiring Explanation  265  Sally Brown Richardson  Reframing Ameliorative Waste  335  Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga  You Have No Right to Remain Silent: Self-Incrimination in Ecuador’s Indigenous Legal Systems  659  Katharina Isabel Schmidt  Henry Maine’s “Modern Law”: From Status to Contract and Back Again?  145  James G. Stewart & Asad Kiyani  The Ahistoricism of Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law  393  Symeon C. Symeonides  Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2016: Thirtieth Annual Survey  1  Symeon C. Symeonides  Private International Law Bibliography 2016: U.S. and Foreign Sources in English  83  Ozan O. Varol, Lucia Dalla Pellegrina & Nuno Garoupa  An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey  187  Qingkun Xu  The Codification of Conflicts Law in China: A Long Way to Go  919  View Large INDEX OF TITLES   Page  The Ahistoricism of Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law James G. Stewart & Asad Kiyani  393  Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2016: Thirtieth Annual Survey Symeon C. Symeonides  1  CISG in Chinese Courts: The Issue of Applicability Qiao Liu & Xiang Ren  873  The Codification of Conflicts Law in China: A Long Way to Go Qingkun Xu  919  The Cold War and Comparative Law: A Reflection on the Politics of Intellectual Discipline Ugo Mattei  567  Conceptions of Authority and the Anglo-American Common Law Divide Dan Priel  609  An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey Ozan O. Varol, Lucia Dalla Pellegrina & Nuno Garoupa  187  Henry Maine’s “Modern Law”: From Status to Contract and Back Again? Katharina Isabel Schmidt  145  Independent Directors in Singapore: Puzzling Compliance Requiring Explanation Dan W. Puchniak & Luh Luh Lan  265  “It Must Be Rock Strong!” Guanxi’s Impact on Judicial Decision Making in China Xin He & Kwai Hang Ng  841  Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation Jerome A. Cohen  729  The Law of China’s Local Government Debt: Local Government Financing Vehicles and Their Bonds Donald Clarke & Fang Lu  751  Piercing the Veil of Arbitration Reform in China: Promises, Pitfalls, Patterns, Prognoses, and Prospects Weixia Gu  799  Pioneering the Study of Chinese Law in the West—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen James V. Feinerman  739  Political Parties, Voting Systems, and the Separation of Powers Stephen Gardbaum  229  The Power Logic of Justice in China Ji Li  95  Private International Law Bibliography 2016: U.S. and Foreign Sources in English Symeon C. Symeonides  83  Reframing Ameliorative Waste Sally Brown Richardson  335  Regulating Milk: Women and Cows in France and the United States Mathilde Cohen  469  Safeguarding the Boundaries of Right: Jerome A. Cohen’s Experience with Law in the People’s Republic of China—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen Margaret K. Lewis  745  Transformative Constitutionalism: Not Only in the Global South Michaela Hailbronner  527  You Have No Right to Remain Silent: Self-Incrimination in Ecuador’s Indigenous Legal Systems Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga  659    Page  The Ahistoricism of Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law James G. Stewart & Asad Kiyani  393  Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2016: Thirtieth Annual Survey Symeon C. Symeonides  1  CISG in Chinese Courts: The Issue of Applicability Qiao Liu & Xiang Ren  873  The Codification of Conflicts Law in China: A Long Way to Go Qingkun Xu  919  The Cold War and Comparative Law: A Reflection on the Politics of Intellectual Discipline Ugo Mattei  567  Conceptions of Authority and the Anglo-American Common Law Divide Dan Priel  609  An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey Ozan O. Varol, Lucia Dalla Pellegrina & Nuno Garoupa  187  Henry Maine’s “Modern Law”: From Status to Contract and Back Again? Katharina Isabel Schmidt  145  Independent Directors in Singapore: Puzzling Compliance Requiring Explanation Dan W. Puchniak & Luh Luh Lan  265  “It Must Be Rock Strong!” Guanxi’s Impact on Judicial Decision Making in China Xin He & Kwai Hang Ng  841  Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation Jerome A. Cohen  729  The Law of China’s Local Government Debt: Local Government Financing Vehicles and Their Bonds Donald Clarke & Fang Lu  751  Piercing the Veil of Arbitration Reform in China: Promises, Pitfalls, Patterns, Prognoses, and Prospects Weixia Gu  799  Pioneering the Study of Chinese Law in the West—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen James V. Feinerman  739  Political Parties, Voting Systems, and the Separation of Powers Stephen Gardbaum  229  The Power Logic of Justice in China Ji Li  95  Private International Law Bibliography 2016: U.S. and Foreign Sources in English Symeon C. Symeonides  83  Reframing Ameliorative Waste Sally Brown Richardson  335  Regulating Milk: Women and Cows in France and the United States Mathilde Cohen  469  Safeguarding the Boundaries of Right: Jerome A. Cohen’s Experience with Law in the People’s Republic of China—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen Margaret K. Lewis  745  Transformative Constitutionalism: Not Only in the Global South Michaela Hailbronner  527  You Have No Right to Remain Silent: Self-Incrimination in Ecuador’s Indigenous Legal Systems Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga  659  View Large INDEX OF BOOKS REVIEWED   Page  Susan Rose-Ackerman, Stefanie Egidy & James Fowkes, Due Process of Lawmaking: The United States, South Africa, Germany, and the European Union (Cambridge University Press, 2015) (Eoin Carolan)  717  András Jakab, European Constitutional Language (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Damian Chalmers)  451  Chaihark Hahm & Sung Ho Kim, Making We the People: Democratic Constitutional Founding in Postwar Japan and South Korea (Cambridge University Press, 2015) (Chintan Chandrachud)  217  Richard S. Kay, The Glorious Revolution and the Continuity of Law (The Catholic University of America Press, 2014) (Nicolás Figueroa García-Herreros)  724  Karin Loevy, Emergencies in Public Law: The Legal Politics of Containment (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Sanford Levinson)  456  Matthew Erie, China and Islam: The Prophet, the Party, and Law (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Andrea Pin)  963  Chuanhui Wang, The Constitutional Protection of Private Property in China: Historical Evolution and Comparative Research (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Sally Brown Richardson)  222  Uwe Kischel, Rechtsvergleichung (C.H. Beck, 2015) (Mathias Siems)  462  Jedidiah J. Kroncke, The Futility of Law and Development: China and the Dangers of Exporting American Law (Oxford University Press, 2016) (Timothy Webster)  968    Page  Susan Rose-Ackerman, Stefanie Egidy & James Fowkes, Due Process of Lawmaking: The United States, South Africa, Germany, and the European Union (Cambridge University Press, 2015) (Eoin Carolan)  717  András Jakab, European Constitutional Language (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Damian Chalmers)  451  Chaihark Hahm & Sung Ho Kim, Making We the People: Democratic Constitutional Founding in Postwar Japan and South Korea (Cambridge University Press, 2015) (Chintan Chandrachud)  217  Richard S. Kay, The Glorious Revolution and the Continuity of Law (The Catholic University of America Press, 2014) (Nicolás Figueroa García-Herreros)  724  Karin Loevy, Emergencies in Public Law: The Legal Politics of Containment (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Sanford Levinson)  456  Matthew Erie, China and Islam: The Prophet, the Party, and Law (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Andrea Pin)  963  Chuanhui Wang, The Constitutional Protection of Private Property in China: Historical Evolution and Comparative Research (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Sally Brown Richardson)  222  Uwe Kischel, Rechtsvergleichung (C.H. Beck, 2015) (Mathias Siems)  462  Jedidiah J. Kroncke, The Futility of Law and Development: China and the Dangers of Exporting American Law (Oxford University Press, 2016) (Timothy Webster)  968  View Large © The Author(s) [2018]. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the American Society of Comparative Law. All rights reserved. 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The American Journal of COMPARATIVE LAW A Quarterly VOLUME 66 2017 The American Society of Comparative Law, Inc. INDEX OF AUTHORS     Page  Donald Clarke & Fang Lu  The Law of China’s Local Government Debt: Local Government Financing Vehicles and Their Bonds  751  Jerome A. Cohen  Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation  729  Mathilde Cohen  Regulating Milk: Women and Cows in France and the United States  469  James V. Feinerman  Pioneering the Study of Chinese Law in the West—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen  739  Stephen Gardbaum  Political Parties, Voting Systems, and the Separation of Powers  229  Weixia Gu  Piercing the Veil of Arbitration Reform in China: Promises, Pitfalls, Patterns, Prognoses, and Prospects  799  Michaela Hailbronner  Transformative Constitutionalism: Not Only in the Global South  527  Xin He & Kwai Hang Ng  “It Must Be Rock Strong!” Guanxi’s Impact on Judicial Decision Making in China  841  Margaret K. Lewis  Safeguarding the Boundaries of Right: Jerome A. Cohen’s Experience with Law in the People’s Republic of China—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen  745  Ji Li  The Power Logic of Justice in China  95  Qiao Liu & Xiang Ren  CISG in Chinese Courts: The Issue of Applicability  873  Ugo Mattei  The Cold War and Comparative Law: A Reflection on the Politics of Intellectual Discipline  567  Dan Priel  Conceptions of Authority and the Anglo-American Common Law Divide  609  Dan W. Puchniak & Luh Luh Lan  Independent Directors in Singapore: Puzzling Compliance Requiring Explanation  265  Sally Brown Richardson  Reframing Ameliorative Waste  335  Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga  You Have No Right to Remain Silent: Self-Incrimination in Ecuador’s Indigenous Legal Systems  659  Katharina Isabel Schmidt  Henry Maine’s “Modern Law”: From Status to Contract and Back Again?  145  James G. Stewart & Asad Kiyani  The Ahistoricism of Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law  393  Symeon C. Symeonides  Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2016: Thirtieth Annual Survey  1  Symeon C. Symeonides  Private International Law Bibliography 2016: U.S. and Foreign Sources in English  83  Ozan O. Varol, Lucia Dalla Pellegrina & Nuno Garoupa  An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey  187  Qingkun Xu  The Codification of Conflicts Law in China: A Long Way to Go  919      Page  Donald Clarke & Fang Lu  The Law of China’s Local Government Debt: Local Government Financing Vehicles and Their Bonds  751  Jerome A. Cohen  Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation  729  Mathilde Cohen  Regulating Milk: Women and Cows in France and the United States  469  James V. Feinerman  Pioneering the Study of Chinese Law in the West—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen  739  Stephen Gardbaum  Political Parties, Voting Systems, and the Separation of Powers  229  Weixia Gu  Piercing the Veil of Arbitration Reform in China: Promises, Pitfalls, Patterns, Prognoses, and Prospects  799  Michaela Hailbronner  Transformative Constitutionalism: Not Only in the Global South  527  Xin He & Kwai Hang Ng  “It Must Be Rock Strong!” Guanxi’s Impact on Judicial Decision Making in China  841  Margaret K. Lewis  Safeguarding the Boundaries of Right: Jerome A. Cohen’s Experience with Law in the People’s Republic of China—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen  745  Ji Li  The Power Logic of Justice in China  95  Qiao Liu & Xiang Ren  CISG in Chinese Courts: The Issue of Applicability  873  Ugo Mattei  The Cold War and Comparative Law: A Reflection on the Politics of Intellectual Discipline  567  Dan Priel  Conceptions of Authority and the Anglo-American Common Law Divide  609  Dan W. Puchniak & Luh Luh Lan  Independent Directors in Singapore: Puzzling Compliance Requiring Explanation  265  Sally Brown Richardson  Reframing Ameliorative Waste  335  Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga  You Have No Right to Remain Silent: Self-Incrimination in Ecuador’s Indigenous Legal Systems  659  Katharina Isabel Schmidt  Henry Maine’s “Modern Law”: From Status to Contract and Back Again?  145  James G. Stewart & Asad Kiyani  The Ahistoricism of Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law  393  Symeon C. Symeonides  Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2016: Thirtieth Annual Survey  1  Symeon C. Symeonides  Private International Law Bibliography 2016: U.S. and Foreign Sources in English  83  Ozan O. Varol, Lucia Dalla Pellegrina & Nuno Garoupa  An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey  187  Qingkun Xu  The Codification of Conflicts Law in China: A Long Way to Go  919  View Large INDEX OF TITLES   Page  The Ahistoricism of Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law James G. Stewart & Asad Kiyani  393  Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2016: Thirtieth Annual Survey Symeon C. Symeonides  1  CISG in Chinese Courts: The Issue of Applicability Qiao Liu & Xiang Ren  873  The Codification of Conflicts Law in China: A Long Way to Go Qingkun Xu  919  The Cold War and Comparative Law: A Reflection on the Politics of Intellectual Discipline Ugo Mattei  567  Conceptions of Authority and the Anglo-American Common Law Divide Dan Priel  609  An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey Ozan O. Varol, Lucia Dalla Pellegrina & Nuno Garoupa  187  Henry Maine’s “Modern Law”: From Status to Contract and Back Again? Katharina Isabel Schmidt  145  Independent Directors in Singapore: Puzzling Compliance Requiring Explanation Dan W. Puchniak & Luh Luh Lan  265  “It Must Be Rock Strong!” Guanxi’s Impact on Judicial Decision Making in China Xin He & Kwai Hang Ng  841  Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation Jerome A. Cohen  729  The Law of China’s Local Government Debt: Local Government Financing Vehicles and Their Bonds Donald Clarke & Fang Lu  751  Piercing the Veil of Arbitration Reform in China: Promises, Pitfalls, Patterns, Prognoses, and Prospects Weixia Gu  799  Pioneering the Study of Chinese Law in the West—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen James V. Feinerman  739  Political Parties, Voting Systems, and the Separation of Powers Stephen Gardbaum  229  The Power Logic of Justice in China Ji Li  95  Private International Law Bibliography 2016: U.S. and Foreign Sources in English Symeon C. Symeonides  83  Reframing Ameliorative Waste Sally Brown Richardson  335  Regulating Milk: Women and Cows in France and the United States Mathilde Cohen  469  Safeguarding the Boundaries of Right: Jerome A. Cohen’s Experience with Law in the People’s Republic of China—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen Margaret K. Lewis  745  Transformative Constitutionalism: Not Only in the Global South Michaela Hailbronner  527  You Have No Right to Remain Silent: Self-Incrimination in Ecuador’s Indigenous Legal Systems Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga  659    Page  The Ahistoricism of Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law James G. Stewart & Asad Kiyani  393  Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2016: Thirtieth Annual Survey Symeon C. Symeonides  1  CISG in Chinese Courts: The Issue of Applicability Qiao Liu & Xiang Ren  873  The Codification of Conflicts Law in China: A Long Way to Go Qingkun Xu  919  The Cold War and Comparative Law: A Reflection on the Politics of Intellectual Discipline Ugo Mattei  567  Conceptions of Authority and the Anglo-American Common Law Divide Dan Priel  609  An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey Ozan O. Varol, Lucia Dalla Pellegrina & Nuno Garoupa  187  Henry Maine’s “Modern Law”: From Status to Contract and Back Again? Katharina Isabel Schmidt  145  Independent Directors in Singapore: Puzzling Compliance Requiring Explanation Dan W. Puchniak & Luh Luh Lan  265  “It Must Be Rock Strong!” Guanxi’s Impact on Judicial Decision Making in China Xin He & Kwai Hang Ng  841  Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation Jerome A. Cohen  729  The Law of China’s Local Government Debt: Local Government Financing Vehicles and Their Bonds Donald Clarke & Fang Lu  751  Piercing the Veil of Arbitration Reform in China: Promises, Pitfalls, Patterns, Prognoses, and Prospects Weixia Gu  799  Pioneering the Study of Chinese Law in the West—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen James V. Feinerman  739  Political Parties, Voting Systems, and the Separation of Powers Stephen Gardbaum  229  The Power Logic of Justice in China Ji Li  95  Private International Law Bibliography 2016: U.S. and Foreign Sources in English Symeon C. Symeonides  83  Reframing Ameliorative Waste Sally Brown Richardson  335  Regulating Milk: Women and Cows in France and the United States Mathilde Cohen  469  Safeguarding the Boundaries of Right: Jerome A. Cohen’s Experience with Law in the People’s Republic of China—Comment on Law and China’s “Open Policy”: A Foreigner Present at the Creation by Jerome A. Cohen Margaret K. Lewis  745  Transformative Constitutionalism: Not Only in the Global South Michaela Hailbronner  527  You Have No Right to Remain Silent: Self-Incrimination in Ecuador’s Indigenous Legal Systems Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga  659  View Large INDEX OF BOOKS REVIEWED   Page  Susan Rose-Ackerman, Stefanie Egidy & James Fowkes, Due Process of Lawmaking: The United States, South Africa, Germany, and the European Union (Cambridge University Press, 2015) (Eoin Carolan)  717  András Jakab, European Constitutional Language (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Damian Chalmers)  451  Chaihark Hahm & Sung Ho Kim, Making We the People: Democratic Constitutional Founding in Postwar Japan and South Korea (Cambridge University Press, 2015) (Chintan Chandrachud)  217  Richard S. Kay, The Glorious Revolution and the Continuity of Law (The Catholic University of America Press, 2014) (Nicolás Figueroa García-Herreros)  724  Karin Loevy, Emergencies in Public Law: The Legal Politics of Containment (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Sanford Levinson)  456  Matthew Erie, China and Islam: The Prophet, the Party, and Law (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Andrea Pin)  963  Chuanhui Wang, The Constitutional Protection of Private Property in China: Historical Evolution and Comparative Research (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Sally Brown Richardson)  222  Uwe Kischel, Rechtsvergleichung (C.H. Beck, 2015) (Mathias Siems)  462  Jedidiah J. Kroncke, The Futility of Law and Development: China and the Dangers of Exporting American Law (Oxford University Press, 2016) (Timothy Webster)  968    Page  Susan Rose-Ackerman, Stefanie Egidy & James Fowkes, Due Process of Lawmaking: The United States, South Africa, Germany, and the European Union (Cambridge University Press, 2015) (Eoin Carolan)  717  András Jakab, European Constitutional Language (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Damian Chalmers)  451  Chaihark Hahm & Sung Ho Kim, Making We the People: Democratic Constitutional Founding in Postwar Japan and South Korea (Cambridge University Press, 2015) (Chintan Chandrachud)  217  Richard S. Kay, The Glorious Revolution and the Continuity of Law (The Catholic University of America Press, 2014) (Nicolás Figueroa García-Herreros)  724  Karin Loevy, Emergencies in Public Law: The Legal Politics of Containment (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Sanford Levinson)  456  Matthew Erie, China and Islam: The Prophet, the Party, and Law (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Andrea Pin)  963  Chuanhui Wang, The Constitutional Protection of Private Property in China: Historical Evolution and Comparative Research (Cambridge University Press, 2016) (Sally Brown Richardson)  222  Uwe Kischel, Rechtsvergleichung (C.H. Beck, 2015) (Mathias Siems)  462  Jedidiah J. Kroncke, The Futility of Law and Development: China and the Dangers of Exporting American Law (Oxford University Press, 2016) (Timothy Webster)  968  View Large © The Author(s) [2018]. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the American Society of Comparative Law. All rights reserved. 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