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Hilary K. Josephs is a Professor at Syracuse University College of Law, where she specializes in international and comparative law. She is a member of the External Advisory Board of the International Lawyer, a publication of the ABA/Section of International Law and Practice. She has served on the Executive Committee and Long-Term Planning Committee of the Board of Directors, American Society of Comparative Law, and as Chair, Comparative Law Section, American Association of Law Schools. She is a member of the New York and Hawaii Bars.
"As a current introduction to an area of the Chinese legal system that is of growing interest to comparative scholars, policy makers and China's global trading partners alike, Jospephs' revised editon is an effective and much needed contribution that is likely to remain an authority in the field for some time to come."
-China Review International
"For readers wishing to get up to speed on the role of labor law in China's reforms, this volume is a good place to start."
-The China Business Review
"There is no doubt that the present volume serves not only to improve understanding of industrial relations in China, but also the future of law itself in a country whose destiny closely affects us."
-The International Journal of Comparative Law