Stanley Lubman: Articles and Book Chapters
"The Unrecognized Government in American Courts: Upright v. Mercury Business Machines," 62 Colum. L. Rev. 275 (1962).
"Mao and Mediation: Politics and Dispute Resolution in Communist China," Vol. 55, California Law Review, (1967), pp.1284-1359.
"Form and Function in the Chinese Criminal Process," Vol. 69, Columbia Law Review, (1969), pp. 535-575 .
"Methodological Problems in Studying Chinese Communist 'Civil Law'," in Contemporary Chinese Law: Research Problems and Perspectives, (J.A. Cohen, ed., Harvard University Press, 1973), pp. 230-260.
"Sino-American Trade: Legal and Practical Problems and Prospects," Current Legal Aspects of Doing Business with Sino-Soviet Nations, James T. Haight, ed., American Bar Association, 1973, pp. 66-80.
"Trade Between the United States and the People's Republic of China: Practice, Policy and Law," Law and Policy in International Business, Vol. 8 (1976) pp.1-75.
“On Understanding Chinese Law and Legal Institutions,” American Bar Association Journal, May 1976.
“The Emergence of New Institutions for Trade and Investment in China,” in “Private Investors Abroad--Problems and Solutions in International Business in 1979,” (Matthew Bender, 1979).
"Contracts, Practice and Law in Trade with China: Some Observations," in “Chinese Economy Post-Mao, Volume 1: Policy and Performance, A Compendium of Papers Submitted to the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States,” (November 1978), pp. 764-788.
"New Developments in Law in the People's Republic of China," 1 NW. J. INT'L L. & BUS. 122, (1979).
“Chinese Contract Clauses and Practice under Them” and “Recent Developments in Chinese Trade Law,” in Trading with China: A Practical Guide (Colina MacDougall, ed., 1980), pp. 77-94.
"The Emerging Functions of Formal Legal Institutions in China's Modernization," in China under the Four Modernizations, Papers Submitted to the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, (December 1982), pp. 235-289.
“Foreign Investment in China: Selected Legal Problems and Some Perspectives on Them,” in Business Transactions with China, Japan, and South Korea, (Peter Saney and Hans Smit, Mathew Bender, 1983).
“Western Scholarship on Chinese Law: Past Accomplishments and Present Challenges,” in vol. 23, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law (1983), pp. 83-104.
“Negotiations in China: Observations of a Lawyer,” in Communicating with China (Robert Kapp, ed., Intercultural Press,1983), pp. 55-71.
"Comparative Criminal Law and Enforcement: 'China'," in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice (Sanford Kadish et al., Free Press, 1983), vol. 1, pp. 182-193.
"Criminal Justice and the Foreigner," (coauthor, Gregory C. Wajnowski) in China Business Review, (November-December 1985), pp. 27-30.
"Equity Joint Ventures in China: New Legal Framework, Continuing Questions" and "Technology Transfer in China: Policies, Practice and Law," in “China's Economy Looks Toward the Year 2000, Selected Papers Submitted to the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States,” (1986), pp. 432-452.
“Technology Transfer to China: Policies, Law, and Practice,” in Foreign Trade, Investment and the Law in the People’s Republic of China (Michael J. Moser, ed., Oxford Univ. Press, 1987).
“Law and Practice, the Contract, and Patents” in U.S. China Trade, Problems and Prospects, (Eugene K, Lawson, ed., Praeger, 1988), pp. 93-106.
“Investment and Export Contracts in the People’s Republic of China: Perspectives on Evolving Patterns,” Brigham Young University Law Review (Investment and Export Contracts in the People’s Republic of China: Perspectives on Evolving Patterns Vol. 1, 1988) reprinted in ISDACI, Diritto Commerciale E Arbitrato in Cina, (1991), pp. 171-208.
"Studying Contemporary Chinese Law: Limits, Possibilities and Strategy," Vol. 39, American Journal of Comparative Law, (1991), pp. 293-341.
"Technology Transfer to the People's Republic of China: Law, Practice, and Policy" and "The Criminal Process" (co-author, Gregory C. Wajnowski), Chapters 3 and 27, in "Doing Business in China" (Streng & Wilcox, eds., 2nd edition, 1993).
"International Commercial Dispute Resolution in China: A Practical Assessment," (co-author, Gregory C. Wajnowski), Vol. 4, American Review of International Arbitration, (1993), pp. 107-178.
"Introduction," in China’s Domestic Law Reforms in Post-Mao China (Pitman Potter, ed., M.E. Sharpe, 1994), p. 3.
"Introduction: The Future of Chinese Law," China Quarterly No. 141 (March 1995), pp. 1-22.
“Moving From ‘No’ to ‘Yes’,” China Business Review, May-June 1995, pp. 45-48.
“Establishing Joint Ventures in China: Law, Contract, and Culture,” International Business Policy, American Chamber of Commerce (UK), January 1996.
"Sino-American Relations and China’s Struggle for the Rule of Law," East Asian Institute, Columbia University, Institute Report (October 1997) reprinted with afterword in “China and Hong Kong” (Joseph W. Delapenna & Patrick M. Norton, eds., Section of International Law and Practice, American Bar Association, 2000), pp. 9-60.
"The Policy and Legal Environment for Foreign Direct Investment in China: Past Accomplishments, Future Uncertainties," in Private Investments Abroad, (Matthew Bender, 1998).
"Dispute Resolution in China after Deng Xiaoping: 'Mao and Mediation' Revisited," Vol. 11, Columbia Journal of Asian Law (1997) [published in February 1999], pp. 229-391.
“Through a Glass, Dimly: Perceptions of China in the American Business Community,” Problems of Post-Communism, March/April 2000, pp. 34-44.
"Bird in a Cage: Chinese Law Reform after Twenty Years," Vol. 20, Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business (No.3, Spring 2000), pp. 34-45.
"Chinese Courts and Law Reform in Post-Mao China," in East Asian Law: Universal Norms and Local Cultures, (Arthur Rosett, Lucie Cheung, and Margaret Y.K. Woo, eds., Routledge/Curzon, 2003), pp. 205-233.
"The Study of Chinese Law in the United States: Reflections on the Past and Concerns about the Future," Vol. 2, Washington University Global Studies Law Review, (Winter 2003), pp. 1-36.
"Introduction--The Environment for Foreign Business in China: Two Decades of Progress, Continuing Uncertainties," in "Doing Business in China" (Freshfields, eds., Juris Publishing, Inc., 2004).
"L’Incomplète Réforme par le Droit," (co-author Leila Choukroune) Esprit, (No. 2, February, 2004), pp. 122-136.
"The Dragon as Demon: Images of China on Capitol Hill," Vol. 13, Journal of Contemporary China, (No. 40, August 2004), pp. 541-606.
"Law of the Jungle," China Economic Review, Sept. 2004, pp. 24-25.
"Looking for Law in China," Vol. 20, Columbia Journal of Asian Law, (Fall 2006), pp. 1-92.
"Introduction--The Environment for Foreign Business in China: Three Decades of Progress, Continuing Uncertainties," in "Doing Business in China" (Michael J. Moser, Ed., Juris Publishing, Inc., 2008), pp. 1-69.
“Introduction--The Environment for Foreign Business in China: Three Decades of Progress, Continuing Uncertainties," (coauthor, Anthony Zaloom), “Doing Business in China,” (Michael J. Moser, Ed., Juris Publishing, Inc., 2010), pp. 1-75.
"Revolution in the International Rule of Law: Essays in Honor of Don Wallace, Jr.," by Borzu Sabahi, Nicholas J. Birch, Ian A. Laird, and José Antonio Rivas, Editors ( Juris Publishing 2014), pp. 85-99.
“Introduction--The Environment for Foreign Business in China: More Than Three Decades of Progress, Continuing Uncertainties” (co-author, Anthony Zaloom), Introduction, “Doing Business in China” (Michael J. Moser and Fu Yu, Editors, Juris Publishing, Inc., 2015), pp.1-75 .