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Continuous Growth in Reform and Opening-up: Three Decades of Development of Constitutional Law Studies in China

  • Jihong MoEmail author
  • Guoqiang Zhai
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Part of the Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development Path book series (RSCDCDP)

Abstract

Since the promulgation and enforcement of the current constitution in 1982, focusing on the publicity and education of current constitution, the subject status of constitutional law studies as an independent subject of law science has been fully recognized.

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  1. 1.Institute of Law of Chinese Academy of Social SciencesBeijingChina

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