Professor of Economics at the National School of Development
Development Economics, Public Finance, Human Capital, Urban Economics and Political Economics
The Political Economy of China’s Economic Growth
LI Lixing is Professor of Economics at the National School of Development at Peking University. His major research areas are development economics, public finance, human capital, urban economics and political economics. He received both his Master and PhD in Economics from University of Maryland. He currently teaches undergraduate and post-graduate courses on Microeconomics, Public Finance, Development Economics, etc.