Yuhua Wang is an Assistant Professor of political science at University of Pennsylvania. Yuhua’s research combines Comparative Politics with a specialty in China and American Politics. His research is motivated by one question: “Under what conditions are politicians with discretionary power willing to abide by rules of the game?” As an attempt to address this question, Yuhua’s research examines the rise of rule of law in authoritarian regimes, especially China and the politics of judicial review in the United States. Yuhua received a B.A. and M.A. from Peking University (Beijing, China) in 2003 and 2006 and a Ph.D. in Political Science from University of Michigan in 2011.
Gallagher, Mary, and Yuhua Wang. 2011. "Users and Non-Users: Legal Experience and its Effect on Legal Consciousness." In Chinese Justice: Civil Dispute Resolution in Contemporary China, Margaret Woo and Mary Gallagher, eds., Cambridge University Press.
Shen, Mingming, and Yuhua Wang. 2009. "Litigating Economic Disputes in Rural China." The China Review 9(1): 97-122.
Shen, Mingming, and Yuhua Wang. 2007. "Preference of Dispute Resolution in the Chinese Countryside." Journal of Peking University 44(3): 120-130. (In Chinese)