Lecturer, Guangzhou University Law School
Andrew Huang is the founder of the transnational law programme at Guangzhou University Law School. He is an expert in the comparative study of law, society and policies. He has received doctorate degrees from Yale Law School and The University of Hong Kong (HKU) and master's degrees from Peking University, HKU and Yale. He has also done research with Academia Sinica in Taipei and Stanford University in the US. He writes about democratisation, public decision-making, environmental governance and anti-corruption.