Print/PDF this page:

Print Friendly and PDF

Share this page:

Administrative Law, Policy & Regulatory Reform

Administrative law, policy, and regulatory reform in China involve an exceptionally broad range of issues concerning the relationship between individual citizens and the state. It is a potentially key means of increasing the openness, fairness, predictability, and democratic responsiveness of China’s vast bureaucracies in their pervasive involvement with individuals and organizations.

The Center's projects in this area have focused both on the building blocks of administrative law, including laws related to licensing, administrative litigation and procedure; on regulatory reforms; and on reform experiments and discussions designed to help transform citizen-state relations, particularly in terms of public participation in policymaking and open government information.

Return to Home