Greetings! I'm Yueduan Wang, an Assistant Professor at Peking University School of Government.

I received my Juris Doctor ('15) and Doctor of Juridical Science ('21) from Harvard Law School. My research dives into the realm where politics intersects with law, with a particular focus on comparative judicial politics and illiberal/authoritarian constitutions. In my book, "Experimentalist Constitutions: Subnational Innovation in China, India, and the United States," I explore how subnational experimentalism operates across diverse political landscapes, shaped by the interaction between constitutional systems and partisan/factional dynamics. Currently, my attention is dedicated to studying institutional reforms and political campaigns concerning China's court system, especially focusing on the delicate balance between judicial autonomy and party-state control. 

You can visit my university profile page (in Chinese) here