Jiang is a professor at Peking University Law School, vice director of Shekebu at PKU. Areas of research cover Jurisprudence, constitution, Hong Kong study, and sociology of law.
- Jiang, Shigong. China’s Hong Kong: A Political and Cultural Perspective (Singapore: Springer, 2017)
- Jiang, Shigong. “Chinese-style constitutionalism: on Backer’s Chinese Party-state constitutionalism.” Trans. Jiang, Shigong. Modern China 2 (Mar 2014): 133-167.
- Jiang, Shigong. “How to explore the Chinese path to constitutionalism? A response to Larry Catá Backer.” Trans. Jiang, Shigong. Modern China 2 (Mar 2014): 196-213.
- Jiang, Shigong. “Written and unwritten constitutions: a new approach to the study of constitutional government in China.” Trans. Jiang, Shigong. Modern China 1 (Jan 2010): 12-46.
- Jiang, Shigong. “Introduction: legal transplantation in contemporary China.” Trans. Huang, Jue. Social Sciences in China3 (Fall 2004):108-109.
- Jiang, Shigong. “The End of legal transplantation.” Trans. Xiang, Long. Social Sciences in China3 (Fall 2004):160-170.
- Jiang, Shigong. “Textualism, structuralism and originalism: the art of the NPC Standing Committee’s interpretations of the Basic Law.” Trans. Xiao, Yun.. Social Sciences in China2 (May 2008):76-92.
- Jiang, Shigong. “Political ideas and guidelines of democratic elections in China; rev. by David Kelly.” Trans. Zhang, Dachuan. Social Sciences in China1 (Spr 2