Research Assistant / Junior Lecturer
- Since 2016: Research Assistant and Junior Lecturer at the Chair of Greater China Studies, University of Tübingen
- 2020: Visiting Fellow at the Center for Chinese Legal Studies, Edwards Fellowship, Columbia Law School
- 2016: M.A. in Politics and Society of East Asia, University of Tübingen
- 2014-2015: Visiting student at the Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University
Meng Ye is a research assistant and junior lecturer at the Chair of Greater China Studies since April 2016. She studied political science and Chinese studies at the University of Tübingen and at the National Taiwan University. Her research focuses on the intersection of law and politics, Chinese judicial politics, and the CCP's regime legitimacy and ruling capacity. Her PhD project examines the local implementation of China's current judicial reform measures and its effects on the authoritarian resilience of the party-state.
Meng, Ye (2021): Judicial (Dis-)Empowerment and Centralisation Efforts: Institutional Impacts of China’s New Supervision Commissions. In: Ahl, Björn (ed.) (2021), Chinese Courts and Criminal Procedure: Post-2013 Reforms, Cambridge University Press, Chapter 5.