Articles and book chapters

Creemers, Rogier, China’s Constitutionalism Debate: Content, Context and Implications, The China Journal, forthcoming. (Working paper version)

Creemers, Rogier, The Privilege of Speech and New Media: Conceptualizing Chinese Communications Governance in the Internet Era, in DeLisle, Jacques, Avery Goldstein and Guobin Yang (eds.), The Internet, Social Media and a Changing China, Pennsylvania, University of Pennsylvania Press, forthcoming. (Working paper version)

Creemers, Rogier, Evaluating Chinese Media Policy: Objectives and Contradictions, in Rawnsley, Gary, and Ming-Yeh Rawnsley  (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media, Abingdon, Routledge, forthcoming.

Creemers, Rogier, Media Control with Chinese Characteristics, in Price, Monroe and Stefaan Verhulst (eds.), Handbook of Media Law and Policy: A Socio-Legal Exploration, Abingdon, Routledge, 2013.

Marching In: China’s Cultural Trade in Official and Press DiscourseChina Perspectives, 2012.

The Effects of WTO Case DS362 on Audiovisual Media Piracy in China (European Intellectual Property Review 31(11), 2009)

WTO’s toenemende rol in normering van de intellectuele eigendom (with Anselm Kamperman Sanders, Intellectuele Eigendom & Reclamerecht, 25(4), Augustus 2009.)

Working and briefing papers

Neo-Liberal Leninism with Chinese Characteristics: China’s Complicated Media Governance (2012)

Summary of and Comment on the Panel Report of Ds363: China – Publications and Audiovisual Services (2009)

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