Heping Dang

Publications

Heping Dang
Title:

Assistant Professor

Education Background:
LLB (Beijing Normal University)
LLM (Beijing Normal University)
PhD in Law (National University of Ireland Galway)
Office Address

402A Zhixin Building

Research

Law, Sustainability, Human rights and China Studies

PublicationsInfo

Monographs & Book Chapters

Dang, H. P. (2017). International Law, Human Rights and Public Opinion: The Role of the State in Educating on Human Rights Standards. New York: Routledge.

Dang, H. P. (2013). The State’s Obligation to Educate Its Population in Core Human Rights Standards. in Krzysztof Mazur, Piotr Musiewicz and Bogdan Szlachta (Ed.), Promoting Changes in Times of Transition and Crisis: Reflections on Human Rights Education (pp. 307-324). Krakow: Księgarnia Akademicka.

Dang, H. P. (2012). State Obligation to Influence Public opinion Under International Law – Capital Punishment and Public Opinion. in Maria L. Idomir, Matthias Keuschnigg and Michael Platzer (Ed.), Working Together towards the Universal Abolition of the Death Penalty (pp. 68-73). Vienna: Academic Council on the United Nations System.

Dang, H. P. (2011). A Legal Sociology Analysis on Liao Tingting Intentional Killing Case. in Bingzhi Zhao (Ed.). Jurisprudence on Criminal Cases (pp. 220-246). Beijing: Peking University Press. (in Chinese)

 

Peer Reviewed Articles (Note: *Corresponding author)

Peng, X., & Dang, H. P*. (2020) Constructing Tainted Witness Immunity in Corruption Crime in China. Hong Kong Law Journal, 50(2), 1-21. 

Peng, X., & Dang, H. P*. (2019) Research on the Judicial Application of Legitimate Defense in China. Academics, 4, 190-204. 

Dang, H. P. (2018). A New Dimension of Capital Punishment Issue: Tendency of International Human Rights Law. Criminal Law Review, 2, 18 

Wang, R. Y., Liu, T., & Dang, H. P*. (2018). Bridging critical institutionalism and fragmented authoritarianism in China: An analysis of centralized water policies and their local implementation in semi-arid irrigation districts. Regulation & Governance, 12(4), 451-465. 

Liu, Q., Wang, R. Y., & Dang, H. P*. (2018). The Hidden Gaps in Rural Development: Examining Peasant-NGO Relations through a Post-earthquake Recovery Project in Sichuan, China. The China Quarterly, 233, 43-63. 

Qi, X., Fu, Y., Wang, R. Y., Ng, C. N., Dang, H. P.*, & He, Y. (2018). Improving the sustainability of agricultural land use: An integrated framework for the conflict between food security and environmental deterioration. Applied Geography, 90, 214-223. 

Qi, X., & Dang, H. P.* (2018). Addressing the dual challenges of food security and environmental sustainability during rural livelihood transitions in China, Land Use Policy, 77, 199-208. 

Wang, R. Y., Ng, C. N., Lenzer Jr, J. H., Dang, H. P., Liu, T* & Yao, S. J. (2017). Unpacking Water Conflicts: A Reinterpretation of Coordination Problems in China’s Water Governance System. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 33(4), 553-569. 

Dang, H. P. (2013). Do States Have an Obligation to Educate Their Population on Core Human Rights Standards? US-China Law Review, 10(2), 164-183.

Dang, H. P. , Jing F. Y. (2008). Analysis on Copyright Protection of Non-material Cultural Heritage. Law Science Magazine, 4, 123-126. 

Dang, H. P., Wang, Y. (2008). Several Problems with regard to Victim-offender Reconciliation in China. Legal System and Society, 11, 12-13. 

Xu, Y. M., Dang, H. P., (2006). Eco-western Mechanism of Supply of Public Goods’ Southwest Finance, 9, 13-14.