“Health Reform Policy and Politics in China: Debates on the Roles of Government vs. Market” by Gordon G. LIU
Gordon G. LIU
Peking University Guanghua School of Management
About the Speaker: Professor Liu is Professor of Applied Economics, and Executive Director for Health Economics and Management Institute (HEMI) at Peking University Guanghua School of Management. Prior to Peking University, he served as tenured associate professor at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill (2000 – 2006); and assistant professor at the University of Southern California (1994 – 2000). Professor Liu currently serves on the China State Council Expert Panel on the Urban Insurance Experiment; the China Ministry of Health Commission for Emergent Public Health. He was elected as the 2004-2005 President of the Chinese Economists Society (www.China-CES.org). He serves as Co-Editor for the journal of Value in Health, the official journal of International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (www.ISPOR.org); Editor-in-Chief for the China Journal of Pharmaceutical Economics. His primary research interests include health and development economics, health policy reform, and pharmaceutical economics. Professor Liu's current research projects are funded by the National Science Foundation, NIH, UNICEF, World Bank, and the China Medical Board, and the State government.