Experimentalist Constitutions: Subnational Policy Innovations in China, India, and The United States (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center, Harvard University Press, forthcoming). 

 Journal Articles

Quarantined Judicial Expansion: The Environmental Legal Entrepreneurship of Chinese Courts, Procuratorates, and NGOs,” Law & Policy, doi:10.1111/lapo.12205 (2023). (Yueduan Wang and Ying Xia)

State-Sponsored Activism: How China’s Law Reforms Impact NGOs’ Legal Practice,” Law & Social Inquiry, doi:10.1017/lsi.2022.75 (2023). (Yueduan Wang and Ying Xia) 

Judicializing Environmental Politics? China’s Prosecutor-led Public Interest Litigation Against Government,” The China Quarterly 253 (2023). (Yueduan Wang and Ying Xia)

"Breaking the Cycle? China’s Attempt to Institutionalize Center-Local Relations," Journal of Contemporary China 31 (2022). (Yueduan Wang and Sijie Hou) 

"Laboratories of Authoritarianism," Stanford Journal of International Law 57 (2021).

"‘Detaching Courts from Local Politics? Assessing Judicial Centralization Reforms in China," The China Quarterly 246 (2021).

"Preempting Court-Civil Society Synergy: How China Balances Judicial Autonomy and Legal Activism," Hong Kong Law Journal 50 (2020).

"The More Authoritarian, the More Judicial Independence? The Paradox of Court Reforms in Russia and China," University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 22 (2020).

"Overcoming Embeddedness: How China’s Judicial Accountability Reforms Make Its Judges More Autonomous," Fordham International Law Journal 43 (2020).