The Social Credit System

The Social Credit System: A Future Dystopia?

Kickoffs

How to Make the Perfect Citizen, by Wessel Reijers

Rewarding Virtuous Citizens?, by Jens van ‘t Klooster

Contributions

Treating China as a ‘Normal’ Country, by Mathias Siems & Daithi Mac Sithigh

Social Reproduction and Social Credit Apparatuses, by John Cheney-Lippold

The Docile Minds of Perfect Societies, by Jelena Dzankic

Seeing Like an Authoritarian State, by Cristie Ford

An Illusion of Western Democracies, by Alberto Romele

The Citizen, the Tyrant, and the Tyranny of Patterns, by Costica Dumbrava

Putting ‘Good Citizens’ in ‘The Good Place’?, by Jiahong Chen

The Social Credit System as a New Regulatory Approach, by Primavera de Filippi

Is a Social Credit System Good for Women?, by Mirjam Müller

Data Diets and Democracy, by Joshua Fairfield

Scoring Systems: Levels of Abstraction, by Francesca Lagioia & Giovanni Sartor

Untrustworthy: Social Credit Isn’t What You Think It Is, by Jeremy Daum

A Déjà Vu? The Social Credit System and fajia (Legalism), by Yongxi Chen