Benjamin Van Rooij
Benjamin Van Rooij
Professor of Law and Society, Amsterdam Law School, Global Professor of Law, UC Irvine School of Law
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TitleCited byYear
Regulating land and pollution in China: lawmaking, compliance, and enforcement: theory and cases
B Van Rooij
Amsterdam University Press, 2006
2102006
Implementation of Chinese environmental law: regular enforcement and political campaigns
B Van Rooij
Development and Change 37 (1), 57-74, 2006
1872006
The people vs. pollution: understanding citizen action against pollution in China
B Van Rooij
Journal of contemporary China 19 (63), 55-77, 2010
1742010
Fragile convergence: Understanding variation in the enforcement of China's industrial pollution law
B Van Rooij, CWH Lo
Law & Policy 32 (1), 14-37, 2010
1402010
Learning to live with pollution: the making of environmental subjects in a Chinese industrialized village
A Lora-Wainwright, Y Zhang, Y Wu, B Van Rooij
The China Journal, 106-124, 2012
612012
The people's regulation: citizens and implementation of law in China
B Van Rooij
Colum. J. Asian L. 25, 116, 2012
612012
Changes in enforcement styles among environmental enforcement officials in China
CWH Lo, GE Fryxell, B Van Rooij
Environment and Planning A 41 (11), 2706-2723, 2009
592009
The authoritarian logic of regulatory pluralism: Understanding C hina's new environmental actors
B Van Rooij, RE Stern, K Fürst
Regulation & Governance 10 (1), 3-13, 2016
562016
Bringing justice to the poor, bottom-up legal development cooperation
B Van Rooij
Hague journal on the rule of law 4 (2), 286-318, 2012
432012
Greening industry without enforcement? An assessment of the World Bank's pollution regulation model for developing countries
B Van Rooij
Law & Policy 32 (1), 127-152, 2010
412010
Access to justice and legal empowerment: Making the poor central in legal development co-operation
I Meene, B Rooij
Leiden University Press, 2008
412008
Reorienting regulation: pollution enforcement in industrializing countries
LK McAllister, B Van Rooij, RA Kagan
Law & Policy 32 (1), 1-13, 2010
352010
The compensation trap: the limits of community-based pollution regulation in China
B Van Rooij, AL Wainwright, Y Wu, Y Zhang
Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 29, ii, 2011
342011
Towards customary legal empowerment: an introduction
J Ubink, B Van Rooij
RomeInternational Development Law Organization, 2011
312011
Implementing Chinese environmental law through enforcement, the shiwu xiao and shuangge dabiao campaigns
B Van Rooij
The Implementation of Law in the People's Republic of China, 149-78, 2002
282002
Customary justice: perspectives on legal empowerment
JM Ubink
International Development Law Organisation (IDLO), Van Vollenhoven Institute, 2011
272011
China's war on graft: Politico-legal campaigns against corruption in China and their similarities to the legal reactions to crisis in the US
B Van Rooij
Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 14, 289, 2005
272005
From support to pressure: The dynamics of social and governmental influences on environmental law enforcement in G uangzhou C ity, C hina
B Van Rooij, GE Fryxell, CWH Lo, W Wang
Regulation & Governance 7 (3), 321-347, 2013
262013
Centralizing trends and pollution law enforcement in China
B Van Rooij, Q Zhu, L Na, W Qiliang
The China Quarterly 231, 583-606, 2017
252017
Explaining the enforcement gap in China: Local government support and internal agency obstacles as predictors of enforcement actions in Guangzhou
CWH Lo, GE Fryxell, B van Rooij, W Wang, PH Li
Journal of environmental management 111, 227-235, 2012
252012
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