Free access to Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Yearbooks until June 14

May 17, 2011 at 2:00 pm Leave a comment

Don’t miss out on free access to The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Yearbooks Online. Until June 14, Asian Studies scholars can enjoy weeks of free access to The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Yearbooks Online. Just click this link: http://ebooks.brillonline.nl/loggedout and log in with the following details:
Name: cassaccess
Password: brillonline

Then proceed to this link.
The following yearbooks are available:

  • The China Economy Yearbook: Analysis and Forecast of China’s Economy J. Chen 2009
  • The China Educational Development Yearbook: D. Yang 2009
  • The China Environment Yearbook: Crises and Opportunities D. Yang 2009
  • The China Legal Development Yearbook: L. Li 2009
  • The China Population and Labor Yearbook: The Approaching Lewis Turning Point and Its Policy Implications F. Cai and Y. Du 2009
  • The China Society Yearbook: Analysis and Forecast of China’s Social Development X. Ru, X. Lu and P. LI 2009
  • The China Economy Yearbook: Analysis and Forecast of China’s Economy G. Liu, L. Wang and J. LI 2008
  • The China Environment Yearbook: Changes and Struggles D. Yang 2008
  • The China Legal Development Yearbook: On the Development of Rule of Law in China L. LI, J. Feng, M. Wang, Y. Wu, G. Zhang and H. Zou 2008
  • The China Environment Yearbook: Crisis and Breakthrough of China’s Environment C. Liang and D. Yang 2007
  • The China Society Yearbook: China’s Social Development; Analysis and Forecast
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