Haizheng Li, a professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Economics, presented at the China Breakfast Briefing, which was held at the World Trade Center Atlanta on November 4, 2016.
The China Breakfast Briefing featured leading scholars on U.S.-China relations providing updates on the business environment for U.S.-China trade and discussing current social, economic, and political issues. The event was jointly organized by the China Research Center, the Georgia China Alliance, the World Trade Center Atlanta, and the Confucius Institute at Georgia State University.
Li specializes in applied econometrics, labor economics, and the Chinese economy. His research focuses on issues related to human capital, including human capital management and accumulation. He has served as a consultant for the World Bank, a special research fellow for various Chinese government agencies, and is chair of the Expert Supervising Board for Large Data Projects at the China National Natural Science Foundation.