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XIE Wangyuan
Professor of Criminal Law
Education Background:
LL.M., Zhongnan University of Politics and Law (later called "Zhongnan University of Economics and Law"), 1987.9-1990.6
Teaching staff, July, Law School, Shandong University, 1990-1994
Ph.D. in law, Law School, Wuhan University, 1994.9-1997.7
Member, the post-doctoral program of criminal law, Law School, Renmin University of China, Sept. 1997.9-1999.12
Visiting scholar, Denmark, 2003
Visiting scholar, Japan, 2006

Research Interests:Chinese Criminal Law, Comparative Criminal Law, Criminal Policy
Courses Taught:Chinese Criminal law, Foreign criminal law, Criminal policy
External Exchange:Visiting scholar, Denmark, 2003
Visiting scholar, Japan, 2006
Deputy Director, Research Center for Criminal Jurisprudence (Key Research Institute of Ministry of Education), Renmin University of China
Director, Criminal Policy and Comparative Criminal Law Research Institute
Director, Criminal Law Teaching and Research Center, Renmin Law School
Member, Advisory Council, Leading Group of Anti-Commercial Bribery under the Central Government
Standing Council Member, China Prison Society
Council Member, Criminal Law Research Association, China Law Society
Council Member, Criminal Trial Sector, Trial Theory Research Association, China Law Society
Deputy chief procurator of Xicheng Procuratorate of Beijing

Honors and Awards:
Study on China's Criminal Policy, second prize of the 10th outstanding achievements of philosophy and social science, 2008
The Adjustment and Innovation of the Criminal Policy in China after China Entering WTO, China Law Society "Xi Hu Cup" outstanding achievements of law award,2006; and honorable mention of RUC excellent scientific research achievements of Research Papers, 2003
Value of Penalty, third prize of legal scientific achievement, Ministry of Justice, 2003

Selected Publications:
1. Issues On The Quit of Joint Crime Under British Criminal Law, Law Science, 2013.
2. Probe into the Type of Drunk Driving in Crime of Dangerous Driving, Studies in Law and Business, 2013.
3. Influence of Criminal Politics on Theories of Criminal Law, Chinese Legal Science, 2009.
4. The Feature and New Development of China's Criminal Law Legislation: 1997-2007, Review of Asian and Pacific Studies(Japan), No.32, November, 2007.
5. Limited Ontology of Death Penalty, Peking University Law Journal, 2005.

1. Principle of European Penalty System and Penalty Value, China Prosecution Publishing House, 2005.
2. Research on China's Criminal Policy, China Renmin University Press, 2006.

Research Projects:
1. Criminal Regulations of Traffic Crime in Risk Society, Key Project Funded by National Science Fund(Under Research), 2011
2. Judicial Cooperation Between Macao and the Mainland, Funded by Macao Foundation(Under Reaearch), 2011
3. General View of British and American Criminal Law and Its Positive Effects on Chinese Criminal Law Theory, Symbolic Key Project of Renmin Law School(Under Research), 2011
4. The Criminal Regulation on Traffic Crimes in Risk Society(national social science fund project),2011
5. Study on Reform of Criminal Penalty System, key research basis points major projects, the Ministry of Education, 2005
6. Study on Crimes of Forge and Alter, the Justice Department Project, 2005
7. Study on Criminal Policy, national social science fund projects, 2002

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