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AI Lin

SOURCE :     TIME: 2020-07-16



Name: AI Lin

PositionAssociate Professor

Emailailin@jlu.edu.cn

Research interests: Labor Law, Social Security Law, Economic Law, Administrative Law.


Profile:

     Visiting Experiences

? Academic Visitor, Sep 2011–Sep 2012
      Boston University School of Law, Boston, USA. Hosted by: Professor Keith N. Hylton

? Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Jun 2015–Jun 2018
      Administrative Law Department, China University of Political Science and Law.
      Hosted by: Professor Ying Songnian

? Visiting Scholar, Apr 2016 - May 2017
      University of Essex, School of Law,London, UK.


Professional Services

? Director of Social Law Research Association, China Law Society, 2014.01-present

? Deputy Secretary General of Economic Law Research Association, Jilin Provincial Law Society, China, 2017.03-present


Teaching Experiences

? Fundamentals in Economic Law (Postgraduate)

? Labor Law (Postgraduate)

? Special Topics in Interpretation of Economic Law (Postgraduate)

? Labor & Social Security Law (Undergraduate)

? Employment and Application of Labor Law (Undergraduate)


Publications:

1. Ai Lin, Wang Haixi, “ ’Shenzhen 90’ Initiative and its Enlightenment for the Approval Reform in Construction Projects”, China Public Administration, 2018(10):26-30, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade C), Chinese Core Journal.

2. Ai Lin, “Proper and reasonable government administration: the connection between administration according to law and government governance”, Jiangxi Social Science, 2017,37(08):166-174. China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade D), Chinese Core Journal.

3. Ai Lin, Wang Gang, “Governmental Functions and Powers Distribution and Modern Government Configuration in Large Cities -Discussion of the ‘Promoting regional development by devolution’ reform of Shenzhen”, Proceedings of the Chinese Academy of Governance, 2017(04):134-138+149, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade C), Chinese Core Journal.

4. Ai Lin, “Thinking on Nimby Conflict during Environmental protection in the process of urban development - Research on the Nimby Conflict Events of Shenzhen environmental protection project ”, China Public Administration, 2017(08):154-156, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade C), Chinese Core Journal.

5. Ai Lin, “‘Promoting regional development by devolution’: The choice of decentralization and centralization, decentralization and authorization”, Practice and theory of Special Economic Zone, 2017(03):59-61, Chinese Core Journal.

6. Ai Lin, “Discretion Legalization of Administrative Approval in Government Service Paradigm”, Proceedings of Shenzhen University (Social Science Edition), 2017, 34(03): 88-93, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade D), Chinese Core Journal.

7. Ai Lin, Wang Gang, “The Pattern of Government Service Management and the Choice of Governance”, China Opening Journal, 2017(01):100-105, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Extended), Chinese Core Journal.

8. Ai Lin, “The implementation of law is a special legal act of administrative office”, Shenzhen Special Zone News, 2017-09-05(B10).

9. Ai Lin, “The Local Government's Administrative Ability Buildingin Collective Consultation -The Perspective of Power Exercising Mode by Proportion Principle as a Tool of Analysis”, THEORY AND MODERNIZATION, 2016(06):54-61, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal, Chinese Core Journal.

10. Ai Lin, “The construction of collective bargaining system guided by the principle of proportion”, Economics of Special Economic Zone, 2016(10):104-107.

11. Ai Lin, “Legal interpretation of labor relations based on the principle of proportion”, Practice and theory of Special Economic Zone, 2016(05):60-64, Chinese Core Journal.

12. Ai Lin, “Government Effects on Standardizing Market-oriented Labor Relations”, China Opening Journal, 2016(04):102-106, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Extended), Chinese Core Journal.

13. Ai Lin, “Management of Collective Labor Relationship from the Perspective of Proportionality Principle”, Guizhou Social Science, 2016(07):69-75, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade D), Chinese Core Journal.

14. Ai Lin, “Practical Thinking in the Recourse Opening of Administrative Approval Data – Data Management based on ‘One-stop-style’ Government Service”, Proceedings of the Chinese Academy of Governance, 2016(02):63-67, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade C), Chinese Core Journal. Selected for reproduction in “Big Data”, Edited by China National Big Data Key Strategy Laboratory, Aug 2016.

15. Ai Lin, “On the Phenomenon of the Gordian Knot in the Administrative Approval System Reform: based on the example of Tianjin and Yinchuan”, China Public Administration, 2016(02):10-13, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade C), Chinese Core Journal.

16. Ai Lin, “Realizing the evolution of modern government in Shenzhen”, Shenzhen Special Zone News, 2016-12-13(B09).

17. Ai Lin, Mao Da, “Modern government construction in ‘Promoting regional development by devolution’ reform of Shenzhen””, Shenzhen Special Zone, 2016-09-27(B10).

18. Ai Lin, “The choice of Shenzhen in the reform of administrative examination & approval system and the transformation of government functions”, 2016-03-08(B10).

19. Ai Lin, “Fulfill the Construction of Collective Labor Law, Share the Product of Economic Development”, 2016-04-15(005). Sponsored by National Development Research Center of China, selected for reproduction in <<Excellent suggestions on planning for the 13th five year plan>>, edited by National Development and Reform Commission of China, People's Publishing House, Jul 2016.

20. Ai Lin, “Variety of Government Regulation from the Perspective of Shenzhen Business Registration System Reform (2013~2015)”, Blue Book on Public Administrative Reform, Annual Report on China’s Administrative System Reform (2014~2015)No.4, ISBN:978-7-5097-7282-9, Social Science Academic Press, Apr 2015, Selected for reproduction in Restricted Reference for Administrative Reform, Vol.5, 2015.

21. Ai Lin, Wang Gang, “Relational Thinking on Administrative Examination & Approval System Reform”, China Public Administration, 2014(08):33-36, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade C), Chinese Core Journal.

22. Ai Lin, “Centralized consultation and China's labor relations”, Social Science Battlefront, 2014(06):254-256, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade C), Chinese Core Journal.

23. Ai Lin, “Research on Government Tort in Collective Bargaining”, Jianghan Forum, 2014(03):56-59, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade C), Chinese Core Journal.

24. Ai Lin, “The Alienation Effect of Administrative Examination & Approval on Lawful Licensing”, Proceedings of the Beijing Academy of Governance, 2014(02):97-101, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade D), Chinese Core Journal.

25. Ai Lin, “Thinking on Legal Education Reform within the View of Globalization”, Education Science, 2014,30(01):27-30, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade D), Chinese Core Journal. (Part I of my speech on Global Legal Education Forum, Harvard University, Mar 2012)

26. Ai Lin, “Government Policy Choices in Quest of Harmonious Collective Labor Relations”, Proceedings of Shenzhen University (Social Science Edition), 2014, 31(01):114-118, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade D), Chinese Core Journal.

27. Ai Lin, Wang Gang, “Interpretation of Business Registration Reform from the Perspective of Administrative Approval – on Business Registration System Reformation Practices in Guangdong Province and Shenzhen City”, China Public Administration, 2014(01):19-25, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade C), Chinese Core Journal.

28. Ai Lin, Liu Chunyu, “Thinking on How Technology Innovation Drives Economy Transition and Development”, Macro Economy Management, 2013(12):28-30, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade D), Chinese Core Journal, This Journal is hosted by National Development and Reform Commission of China.

29. Ai Lin, Wang Gang, Zhang Weiqing, “From Centralized Examination & Approval to Integrated Service – on Route Selection for Administrative Examination & Approval System Reform and Development Trend for Administrative Service Center”, China Public Administration, 2013(04): 15-19, China Social Science Citation Indexed Journal (Grade C), Chinese Core Journal.

30. Yang Jian, Ai Lin, Zhu Xiaona, Editors, LuoGuannan, Translator, David Resnik, Author, “A Pluralistic Account of Intellectual Property”, Private Law, Vol.2, No.10, 2013, Huazhong University of Science and Technology Press.

31. Ai Lin, “The crisis and evolution of law education in the view of Globalization-On the cultivation of legal practitioner in China”, China-Today Forum, 2013(07):102-103, Chinese Core Journal. (Part II of my speech on Global Legal Education Forum, Harvard University, Mar 2012)


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