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

I received my Juris Doctor in 2015 and Doctor of Juridical Science in 2021 from Harvard Law School. My research involves the intersection of politics and law, focusing on comparative judicial politics and illiberal/authoritarian constitutions. In my recent book, "Experimentalist Constitutions: Subnational Innovation in China, India, and the United States," I examine how subnational experimentalism operates across diverse political landscapes, influenced by the interaction between constitutional systems and partisan or factional dynamics. Currently, I am studying institutional reforms and political campaigns concerning China's court system, particularly the balance between judicial autonomy and party-state control. 

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