Center of Constitution & Administrative Law
- GUO Shu
- Associate Professor, Master's Supervisor
Sep 2004—Jul 2007, Doctor of Laws, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Has published 3 books.
Has published dozens of papers and articles in core journals such as " Studies in Law and Business", "Modern Law Science", "Political Science and Law", "Administrative Law Review, and newspapers such "People's Daily", "Legal Daily", "Procuratorate Daily". Among them, more than 20 are papers published in CSSCI source journals. Seven articles were reprinted in full in Copy of Journals and Newspapers by Renmin University of China -Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, and two were reprinted by the China University Academic Abstracts.
In 2013, selected into the first “Beijing University Young Talents Program” by the Beijing Municipal Education Commission and the Beijing Municipal Excellent Organization Training Program.
In 2017, selected into the first 100 Law Scholars Training Program” by the Beijing Law Society.
In 2012, the monograph "Research on Judicial Regulation of Central and Local Relations" won the second prize of the 12th Beijing Philosophy and Social Science Outstanding Achievement Award.
In 2014, the second prize of the 12th "Liyun" Outstanding Young Teacher Award of Beijing Normal University.
Associate Professor, Tutor for Postgraduate of Beijing Normal University Law School, Ph.D. concurrently be executive members of Legislative Science Research Committee, member of Constitution Research Committee and Educational Law Research Committee of Beijing Law Society , in Main research fields: Constitutional Law, Comparative Constitution Law, Administrative Law.Published 2 monographs, collaborated3 books and participated in compiling 2 textbooks. Directed 1 national level project, 5 provincial and ministerial level projects and 2 university level projects. Independently published more than 50 papers and articles in academic periodical such as Modern Law Science, Studies in Law and Business, Journal of Comparative Law, Administrative Law Review, Political Science and Law, and also in national newspapers such as People’s Daily, Study Times, Legal Daily and Procuratorial Daily, including 19 CSSCI sourced periodicals, 12legal core journals, among which 7 articles, and 2 articles reprinted by Liberal Arts Colleges Academic Abstracts. Be awarded with the third prize of outstanding scientific research achievement given by China Law Society for Young and Middle-Aged Constitution Scholars.