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Tao Jiang Professor

Academic Area: 
Criminal Law

Educational Background

  • Bachlor of Law,Law department of  Sichuan University,1995.9-1999.7.
  • Master of Law,Law department of  Sichuan University,2002.9-2005.7.
  • Doctor of Law,Law department of Nanjing Normal University,2008.9-2011.7.
  • Visiting scholar,Law department of Soochow University(Taiwan),2009.9-2010.7.
  • Visiting scholar,Law department of California Irvine University,2011.7-2010.9.

Professional Experiences

  • Associate Professor, law department of Jiangsu University,1999.7-2011.8.
  • Associate Professor, law department of Nanjing Normal University,2011.9-.2013,5.
  • Professor, law department of Nanjing Normal University,2013.5-.
  • Lawyer, Jiangsu Nankunlun law firm, 2003-


  • 2010: Standardization of sentencing, Chinese Procuratorial Press
  • 2012: Labor Criminal Law, Law Press
  • 2012: Study on Implement Mechanism of Criminal policy, Law Press


  1. Treat the Recognized Law Theory Seriously,Peking University Law Journal,23(5):927-943.
  2. An Integrated Framework of the recognized Law Theory, Peking University Law Review, 12(2):45-69.
  3. The incentive mechanism of sentencing,China Legal Science,25(1);75-83.
  4. Construct Legal Norm of Secret Investigation, Thinking Way on the Crime by Taking Advantage of Duty,Journal of Chinese People’s Public Security University(Social Sciences Edition),34(6):31-38.
  5. Study on the Criminal Liability for Collective Labor Dispute:Article 1,Section 2 of Japan Labor Union Act,Zhejiang Social Sciences,27(10):29-36.
  6. Food safety and social supervision,China Legal Science,25(1);106-113.
  7. Social Capital: Its Significance to the Implementation of Criminal Policy, Tribune of Political Science and Law,36(5):42-51.
  8. A Study on Decriminalization of No Victim Crime, Studies in Law and Business,29(1):19-27.
  9. Reprieve for the Applicaition of Cumulative Punishment from Li Chang kui Case, Legal Science,46(8):24-33.
  10. Searching for the Posibility Based on Criticism: Jurisprudential Analysis of the Theory of Conviction changed by Sentencing, Political Science and Law,42(10):41-49.
  11. A Reflection and Reconstruction on the Right to Pass Criminal Law Amendment in China, Criminal Science,51(5): 1-8.
  12. The Efficiency of Working under One Roof--an Evaluation of Los Angeles County Juvenile Justice Centers. Crime and Delinquency, 42(2): 257-268.
  13. Problems and Solutions:On the Enactment of Labor Criminal Law,Journal of Southwest University of Political Science and Law,28(5):34-41
  14. On the Modern Transformation of China’s Criminal Justice Mode under the Litigation Social,Journal of Political Science and Law,31(6):28-34.
  15. In Pursuit of Integration of Instrumental Rationality and Value Rationality——the Criminal Policy Analysis of the Amendment to the Criminal Law of the People’s Republic of China(Ⅶ),Northern Legal Science,12(1):31-40.
  16. The Creation of Labor Criminal Law in the Context of Rule of Labor Law,Law and Social Development,32(2):32-42.
  17. On the Principle of Non-contravene in the Implementation of the Criminal Policy of Merciful Justice,Journal of Jiangsu University(Social Science Edition),27(3):38-45.
  18. The Question and Countermeasure about of the Criminal Policy’s Implementation in China,Journal of Chongqing University(Social Science Edition),31(4):45-52.
  19. On the Issues of Criterion for Imposing Penalty,Criminal Law Review,21(2):45-72.
  20. The Defense for Sentencing Ratio,Journal of Political Science and Law,22(2):15-23.
  21. Motivation,Efficiency,Modest:A Juridical Logic Survey on Dualization Crime Pattern, Presentday Law Science,15(3):32-41.
  22. Analysis About Theory Of Penal Policy Execution & Its Efficiency Appraisal And Practical Research, Law Science Magazine,21(7):34-38.
  23. Transformation of Economic Criminal Law in a Risky Society, Modern Law Science,29(4):54-62.
  24. Where Licentiousness should to go in Crime Law, Legal Science,45(6):1-13.
  25. The Keywords in the Construction of Intellectual Genealogy in China’s Legal Science,Science of Law,28(5):1-13.
  26. There is no Deadline on the Competition between Evil and Justice:the Cracking down Gangdom Forces in Chongqing under the Discourse of the Implement of the Criminal Policy,Journal of Beijing Institute of Technology(Social Sciences Edition),27(5):23-29.
  27. JOut of the Indulge and Suppression: the Aappearance Form of Chinese Labor Criminal Law,Legal Forum,21(6):18-25.
  28. The Modern Transformation of China’s Criminal Law in the Perspective of Litigious Society,Journal of Yunnan Normal University(Humanities and Social Sciences,22(6):26-33.
  29. Three Dimensions on Cognitive of Legal Knowledge,Hebei Law Science,20(5):1-9.
  30. Discourse Expression in the Governance of Commercial Bribery Crime, Tribune of Political Science and Law,34(3):52-62.
  31. A Study on the Sentencing Defense System,Zhejiang Social Sciences,23(6):34-41.
  32. Labor Criminal Law:The Western Experience and Its Construction in China,Global Law Review,25(2):27-34.
  33. On Rational Criminal Law Reform,Journal of Jiangsu University(Social Science Edition),25(4):34-40.
  34. A Study on Academic Sight and Core Proposition of Work Criminal Law,Criminal Law Review,20(3):76-89.
  35. The Civilization and Choice of the Recognized Law Theory,Science of Law,26(3):1-13.
  36. Study on the Sentencing Procedure, Criminal Science,49(7): 32-41.
  37. Labor Criminal Law:Change of Concept and Perfection of Legislation,Legal Forum,20(2):24-31.
  38. On The Legal Intellectualization & Legal Science Development From Intellectual Social Angle,Law Science Magazine,21(5):41-47.
  39. Compulsory or Convincing:Choice of Approach in Abolishing Death Penalty in China,Law and Social Development,23(2):34-45.
  40. Legal Development and Legal knowledge,Science of Law,22(4):13-22.
  41. Reflection on the Schools of Criminal Law in China,Journal of Henan University(Social Science),23(5):31-39.
  42. A Study on the Implementation Mechanism of China's Criminal Policy, Studies in Law and Business,26(1):19-27.
  43. Labor Criminal Law: Concept Model and Theoretical Foundation, Political Science and Law,39(10):31-38.
  44. A Study on Criminal Regulation on the Laborer Collective Activism, Criminal Science,48(8): 21-29.
  45. Street Crime and Informal Social Control in an Anomic China. Chinese Journal of Political Sciences, 1(1):73-100.
  46. Crime Compensation: Another Realization Path for Criminal Law,Journal of Heilongjiang Administrative Cadre Institute of Politics and Law,20(1):25-32.
  47. On the Public Security Information Disclosure System,Journal of Jilin Public Security Academy,23(1):1-8.
  48. Construction and Legal Theory of Labor Criminal Law, Criminal Science,47(5): 39-49.
  49. The Foundation and Value Boundary of Temper Justice with Mercy Criminal Policy, Studies in Law and Business,25(1):9-17.
  50. China Demand of Restorative Justice in the View of Political Philosophy, Political Science and Law,38(5):21-29.
  51. The Path-Dependence of the Reform of China’s Death Penalty System and the Countermeasures,Journal of Jiangsu University(Social Science Edition),19(2):24-32.
  52. A Study on Issues about Work Criminal Law,Hebei Law Science,20(4):19-26.
  53. Approaches to the Abolition of the Death Penalty in China at the Time of Globalization,Global Law Review,24(3):26-33.
  54. Quadruple Restriction on China’s abolition of Death Penatly,China Legal Science,21(1);65-72.
  55. A Calm thinking of the legal punishment on crime of the Huge Unidentified Property Source,Journal of Jilin Public Security Academy,23(5):23-32.
  56. The Production Mechanism of Gambling with Public Money out of Chinese Territory and its Prevention Measures,Journal of Jiangsu University(Social Science Edition),19(3):28-36.
  57. Examination and Reconstruction on the Return System in China, Studies in Law and Business,24(2):23-29.
  58. A Study on Joint Hazardous Crime, Criminal Science,46(6): 29-38.
  59. On the Recognization and Legislation Construction of Network Gambling Crime,Hebei Law Science,20(5):34-41.
  60. The Theory of Expectation of Possibility: Introduction or Refusal,Journal of Jiangsu University(Social Science Edition),18(3):32-37.
  61. Cause,Prevention and Cure of Gambling Abroad by Defalcating,Journal of Guangdong Institute of Public Administration,23(4):31-38.
  62. An Analysis and Reconstruction of Legislating the System of Disgorging Ill-Gotten Gains in China,Journal of Xinjiang University(Philosophy and Social Science Edition),22(5):34-41.
  63. On the Human Nature Foundation of the Principle of Legally Prescribed Punishment for a Specified Crime,Journal of East China Shipbuilding Institute,22(1):21-29.
  64. Securities Investment Fund Trust: Model Selection and Legislature,Finance and Economics,31(3):24-30.
  65. Present Ineffectiveness of Inside Theft Legislation and Tentative Suggestions,Journal of Southern Yangtze University(Humanities & Social Edition),24(5):31-40.

Refereed Book Chapters

  • Corruption as a Causal Factor in Human Trafficking, in Dina Siegel and Hans Nelen (Eds.), Pp. 41-56. Organized Crime: Culture, Markets and Policies. New York, NY: Springer
  • Snakeheads: Chinese Human Trafficking Organizations, in B. D. Ruyver, G. Vermeulen, and T. V. Beken (Eds.), Pp. 383-385. Combating Transnational Organized Crime. Antwerp, Belgium: Maklu.
  •  "Chinese Gangs: Familial and Cultural Dynamics," in C. Ron Huff (ed.), Gangs in America, 3nd Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Family, Culture, and Control of the Delinquent Chinese Boy in America, in Susie Lan Cassel (Ed.), Pp. 239-259, From Gold Mountain to the New Millennium: Chinese American Studies to the 21st Century. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press.