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AOPSSS #49 “(Un)muting the Fire Alarm: Impact of the Establishment of Appellate Courts on Land Dispute Resolution in China”

In the forty-ninth AOPSSS session, Siyun Jiang (Texas) presented her paper illustrating that the establishment of appellate courts in China didn’t increase the percentage of pro-citizen ruling in court, but it made upper-level bureaucrats more likely to acknowledge lower-level bureaucrats’ misdeeds. Mary Gallagher (Michigan) and Wanlin Lin (University of Hong Kong) provided a range of extremely helpful comments.

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