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Jasper Habicht, Dipl.-Region.-Wiss.

 

Jasper Habicht is research associate and lecturer at the chair of Chinese Legal Culture. He is currently writing his dissertation on law enforcement through political campaigns in the area of immigration law.

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

From 2006 to 2013, Jasper Habicht studied Area Studies East Asia (China) and Economics in Cologne and Hangzhou. He wrote his Diplom thesis on the subject “Protection of privacy in the field of cloud computing in Chinese law”.

Currently, he is doing his PhD on the subject “Law Enforcement through Political Campaigns in the Area of Immigration Law”.

 

Publications and Conference Submissions

 

  • 2013: “Datenschutz im Cloud-Computing nach chinesischem Recht (Protection of privacy in the field of cloud computing in Chinese law)”, ZChinR 4, pp. 303–333.
  • 2014: “Law Enforcement through Campaigns: Taking the Sanfei Campaigns as an Example”, 9th Annual Conference of the European China Law Studies Association, Hong Kong.
  • 2015: “Law Enforcement through Campaigns”, China Workshop “Iserlohn 2015”, Schwerte.
  • 2015: “The Making of the Chinese Nationality Law: Exploring Dual Nationality”, 10th Annual Conference of the European China Law Studies Association, Köln.
  • 2016: “Legal Remedies and Application of International Standards in Chinese Exit–Entry Administration”, AAS-in-Asia 2016, Kyoto
  • 2016: “Exit Restrictions of Foreigners Involved in Civil Cases”, 11th Annual Conference of the European China Law Studies Association, Rome
  • 2017: “The Role of Campaigns in Law Making – ‘Regulatory Failure Campaigns’ in the Field of Immigration Law”, 12th Annual Conference of the European China Law Studies Association, Leiden.