Judicial Discretion Within Adjudicative Committee Proceedings In China: A Bounded Rationality Analysis by Li LiJudicial Discretion Within Adjudicative Committee Proceedings In China: A Bounded Rationality Analysis by Li Li

Judicial Discretion Within Adjudicative Committee Proceedings In China: A Bounded Rationality…

byLi Li

Paperback | August 23, 2016

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This book studies the organizational influences on judicial discretion within Adjudicative Committee (AC) proceedings in China. It argues that institutional reforms and practice have mainly reduced judicial discretion within AC proceedings through the rationalization of organizational processes. This central argument will be of particular interest to the readers, as previous studies offer little insight into the overall impacts of judicial institution reforms. This book is the first that uses the bounded rationality theory developed in economics and related disciplines to formulate an analytic framework for a systematic and comprehensive examination of the impacts of organizational factors on discretion within Adjudicative Committees' decision-making processes. Readers will gain a practical and fresh understanding of the Chinese judicial reforms.
Title:Judicial Discretion Within Adjudicative Committee Proceedings In China: A Bounded Rationality…Format:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.17 inPublished:August 23, 2016Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3662514850

ISBN - 13:9783662514856

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Table of Contents

Introduction.- The Organization of the Court.- Committee Goal.- Information Processing.- Committee Composition.- Committee Procedure.- Discretion, Judicial Independence and Accountability.- Concluding Remarks.