My published work so far has focused on China’s corporate governance system, state capitalism, and party-state-market relations. My articles were published or are forthcoming in leading international law and comparative law journals, including The American Journal of Comparative Law, The University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, and Columbia Journal of Asian Law. I am now completing a book manuscript that analyzes the legal and political economic constructs of China’s corporate development and capital market growth.

The book, "Law and Political Economy in Corporate China: Evolution or Revolution in Market Development" (under contruct, CUP), sets the stage for applying law & political economy theory to understanding China's growth puzzle.