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Publications by Rachel Stern


BOOKS

Environmental Litigation in China: A Study in Political Ambivalence, Cambridge University Press (2013)

PUBLISHED ARTICLES

The Political Logic of China's New Environmental Courts, The China Journal, pp. 53-74 (2014) - PDF Version (534 Kb)

Amplifying Silence: Uncertainty and Control Parables in Contemporary China (with Jonathan Hassid), Comparative Political Studies (2012) - PDF Version (693 Kb)

Politics at the Boundary: Mixed Signals and the Chinese State (with Kevin J. O'Brien), Modern China (2012) - PDF Version (324 Kb)

From Dispute to Decision: Suing Polluters in China, The China Quarterly (2011) - PDF Version (227 Kb)

On the Frontlines: Making Decisions in Chinese Civil Environmental Lawsuits, Law & Policy (2010) - PDF Version (159 Kb)

The Female Inheritance Movement in Hong Kong: Theorizing the Local/Global Interface (with Sally Engle Merry), Current Anthropology (2005) - PDF Version (202 Kb)

Unpacking Adaptation: The Female Inheritance Movement in Hong Kong, Mobilization (2005) - PDF Version (231 Kb)

Hong Kong Haze: Air Pollution as a Social Class Issue, Asian Survey (2003) - PDF Version (131 Kb)

REVIEWS

Review of Environmental Litigation in China: A Study in Political Ambivalence, China Law & Policy (2013) - PDF Version (108 Kb)

Review of Environmental Litigation in China: A Study in Political Ambivalence, China Quarterly (2013) - PDF Version (235 Kb)

SHORT PIECES

Poor rural residents in China seen as easy target for environmental lawsuits, China Dialogue, April 24 (2013) - PDF Version (788 Kb)

CHAPTERS

Studying Contention in Contemporary China (with Kevin J. O’Brien) , Popular Protest in China (Harvard University Press) (2008) - PDF Version (98 Kb)