Yuhao Wu is a doctoral student in Criminology. He received his Bachelor of Laws(LL.B.), B.A. in Economics and Ph.D. in criminal law at Peking University in China. Yuhao’s earlier research mainly focuses on comparative legal studies in criminal law and criminal justice. During his time in Peking University, he was the executive editor of Criminal Law Review and Peking University Law Review. His current interests lie in interdisciplinary empirical research combining criminal policy, sociology, and economics. He is now analyzing public policies after the abolishment of the reeducation-through-labor system in China, employing panel data from villages in rural China with detailed information on local governance, social conflicts, and both formal and informal organizations.