Rogier Creemers is a postdoctoral scholar in the Law and Governance of China, working for both the Van Vollenhoven Institute and the Leiden Institute for Area Studies.
His main research interests are the interaction between law, governance and information technology in China, and Chinese political-legal ideology.
His work has been published in, amongst others, The China Journal and the Journal of Contemporary China. He also edits China Copyright and Media, a database of translated Chinese policy and regulatory documents in his fields of interest. He has regularly contributed to reports in media such as the New York Times and the Financial Times, and has provided input into policy processes such as the Sino-EU Cyber Dialogue.
- Creemers R.J.E.H. (25 February 2018), Shoppen volgens China. Interviewed by Roland Duong for Tegenlight(VPRO) [interview].
- Webster G., Creemers R.J.E.H., Triolo P. & Meng J. (13 December 2017), Wang Huning’s Speech at the 4th World Internet Conference in Wuzhen. DigiChina: New America [blog entry].
- Triolo P., Sacks S., Webster G. & Creemers R.J.E.H. (30 November 2017), China’s Cybersecurity Law One Year On: An Evolving and Interlocking Framework. DigiChina: New America [blog entry].
- Webster G., Creemers R.J.E.H., Triolo P. & Kania E. (1 August 2017), China’s Plan to ‘Lead’ in AI: Purpose, Prospects, and Problems. DigiChina: New America [blog entry].
- Triolo P., Creemers R.J.E.H. & Webster G. (14 July 2017), China’s Ambitious Rules to Secure ‘Critical Information Infrastructure’. DigiChina: New America [blog entry].
- Creemers R.J.E.H. (2017), Cyber-Leninism: The Political Culture of the Chinese Internet. In: Price M., Stremlau N. (Eds.) Speech and Society in Turbulent Times: Freedom of Expression in Comparative Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 255-273.
- Creemers R.J.E.H. (2017), Cyber China: Upgrading Propaganda, Public Opinion Work and Social Management for the Twenty-First Century, Journal of Contemporary China 26(103): 85-100.
- Creemers R.J.E.H. (2016), Cultural Products and the WTO: China's Domestic Censorship and Media Control Policies. In: Farah P.D., Cima E. (Eds.) China's Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law. Global Law and Sustainable Development Abingdon: Routledge. 363-372.
- Creemers R.J.E.H. (2016), The Chinese cyber-sovereignty agenda. In: Leonard M. (Ed.) Connectivity Wars: Why migration, finance and trade are the geo-economic battlegrounds of the future. London: European Council on Foreign Relations. 120-125.
- Creemers R.J.E.H. (2016), The Privilege of Speech and New Media: Conceptualizing China's Communications Law in the Internet Age. In: deLisle J., Goldstein A., Yang G. (Eds.) The Internet, Social Media, and a Changing China. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 86-105.
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