Gao is a law professor and Dean of Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences at Beihang University (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronaustics 北京航空航天大学). He researches on Nomology (法理学), Political Philosophy, and Constitutionalism.
- Gao, Quanxi, et al. The Road to the Rule of Law in Modern China. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2015.
This book offers a grand review of the centurial development of rule of law in China. It covers the most important issues in this area and presents “political constitution,” a new interpretative framework that allows the Chinese experience of rule of law to be more fully and correctly expressed. It is especially useful to scholars involved in the study of modern China.
- Gao, Quanxi. “On Rule of Law And Religious Organizations in China.” The Review of Faith & International Affairs. 8.2 (2010): 53-56.
China needs to continue reform and opening up, change how the administrative centralism regulates religious organizations and activities, and allow religious complaints to be addressed by judicial procedures. The regulation of religious affairs should be adjusted through legal means rather than through exclusive regulation by administrative management.
- An archive of Gao’s articles can be seen here
Collections and Book Chapters
- Gao, Quanxi. “The Rise and Evolution of the Chinese Political Constitutionalism (政治宪法学的兴起与嬗变).” Trans. Kai Schlender. Political Constitution of China: Context and Experience. Eds. Gao, Quanxi., Goldoni, Marco. 2015.
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