Legal Logic of the Generation of Chinese Village Community Order

Debin HOU


The study on the legal logic of the generation of Chinese village community order is in touch with the essential understanding of famers’ collective membership rights for only spontaneously generated order can give birth to reasonable rights. This paper tries to study different legal logic of the generation of traditional, modern, and contemporary Chinese village communities so that to investigate the path that village community order generates spontaneously.


Village community order; Spontaneously generated; Path dependence


Rhoads Murphey (2004). A history of Asia, (HUANG, Lin trans, pp. 22-23). Hainan: Hainan Publishing House & Three Ring Press.



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