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Rogier Creemers — China’s Social Credit System: An Evolving Practice of Control

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This is the first detailed examination of the Chinese social credit system that is being introduced.  SSRNChina's Social Credit System: An Evolving Practice of ControlRogier Creemers, Leiden University - Van Vollenhoven Institute ht Tyler Cowen at Marginal Revolution

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This is the first detailed examination of the Chinese social credit system that is being introduced. 

SSRN
China's Social Credit System: An Evolving Practice of Control
Rogier Creemers, Leiden University - Van Vollenhoven Institute
ht Tyler Cowen at Marginal Revolution
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