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LIU Minquan

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From 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. on Thursday 


Job title:

Professor of Economics, Honorary Director of Center for Human and Economic Development Studies  


Telephone:

86-10-62753163 


E-mail:

minquanliu@pku.edu.cn 


Address:

Room 437 at School of Economics in Peking University 


Education background:

1985-1991: D.Phil in Economics, University of Oxford.
1983-1984: M.Phil in Economics and Politics of Development, Cambridge University.
1975-1981: B.A. in International Trade and Economics, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), Beijing (this includes three years, Sept. 1978-Aug. 1981, as a visiting student to UK). 


Work experience:

July 2005-present: Professor of Economics, School of Economics, Peking University, China.
July 1998-June 2005: Professor of Economics, Hopkins-Nanjing Center, Johns Hopkins University, Nanjing, China.
Sept. 1992-Sept.2000: Lecturer in Economics, Department of Economics, University of Leicester, Leicester LE1 7RH, U.K.
Aug. 1989-Aug.1992: Research Fellow in the Political Economy of China, Department of Economics, University of Cambridge, U.K. 


Research interests:

His researches thus far have been almost entirely concerned with issues of economic and human development, principally of China but also other countries and economies in the region (e.g. the Southeast Asian countries).
His early research interests were more narrowly focused on the Chinese rural sector and foreign direct investments, both as important planks to the country’s evolving development strategies. They have subsequently broadened to cover most of the principal domains of “human development”, including health, education, and the environment, in the context of China but also other countries and economies in the East and Southeast Asia region.  


Teaching:

Environmental Economics (undergraduate)
Population Health (undergraduate)
Social Entrepreneurship Training Lab (undergraduate/graduate)
Advanced Environmental Economics (postgraduate)
Theory and Practice of Human Development (postgraduate)
Theory and Practice of International Development Assistance (postgraduate)
 


Publications:

PUBLICATIONS, RESEARCH PROJECTS AND GRANTS, AND WORK IN PROGRESS
I. Chinese Commune and Chinese Agriculture
Publications
1. “Work Incentives and Labour Allocation on China’s Communes”, D.Phil. thesis, University of Oxford, 1991.
2. “Inter-sectoral labour allocation on China's communes: A temporal-priority analysis”, Journal of Comparative Economics, 15 (4), Dec. 1991, pp.602-626.
3. “Exit right, retaliatory shirking, and the agricultural crisis in China”, Journal of Comparative Economics, 17, June 1993, pp.540-59.
4. “Farmland consolidation in Taiwan”, Bulletin of Agricultural Information Analysis, issue 1993-12, Ministry of Agriculture, Beijing, 1993, 16p, in Chinese.
5. “Work incentives on China's communes: A dichotomy”, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 3 (2), July 1994, pp.103-28.
6. “Farmland consolidation in Taiwan”, in Yi Gang and Xu Xiaonian (eds.), Taiwanese Experience and Economic Reforms in the Mainland, Economic Science Publishing House, Beijing, 1994, pp.189-229, in Chinese.
7. “Commune, responsibility system, and China's agriculture”, in Peter Nolan and Qimiao Fan (eds.), China's Economic Reform: The Costs and Benefits of Imcrementalism, Macmillan Press, 1994, pp.104-136.
8. “Reforming the collective farm: A model”, International Review of Applied Economics, 12 (1), 1998.
9. “Labour allocation under Baochan”, in G. Barbar-Navaretti et al. (eds.), Labour Markets, Poverty and Development, Oxford University Press, 1999, pp.181-221.
10. “I'll cooperate provided you cooperate’: An application of Sen's assurance rule to the cooperative behaviour on the Chinese commune”, China Economic Quarterly, 2 (4): 893-922, July 2003, in Chinese.
11. “Sustained agricultural growth and economic structural change: Some reflections on farmland consolidation programmes in Taiwan and Mainland China”, China Economic Quarterly, 1 (2): 455-484, Jan. 2002, in Chinese.
12. “Land consolidation and productivity in Chinese household crop production”, Chinese Economic Review, 2005, 16 (1): 28-49 (second author, with Ziping Wu and John Davis).
13. “Statistics and politics: Some issues with estimating the scale of the famine in the 1960s in China”, Open Times, 2014 (1,2), in Chinese.
14. “On objectively assessing the achievements and failures of the rural commune system”, Open Times, 2015 (1), in Chinese.
Working Papers
1. Work incentives in a model of collective with and without universal membership, University of York Discussion Papers in Economics, No. 1999/35 (second author, with Bipasa Datta).
Research Projects and Grants
1. Farmland Consolidation in Mainland China and Taiwan (ODA (DFID), UK; October 1995-February 1998).

II. Foreign Direct Investment and China’s Economic Reforms and Development
Publications
1. “Foreign direct investment in China and investment strategies”, Journal of Financial Research, 2001 (1), in Chinese (first author, with Xu Luodan and Liu Liu).
2. “FDI and linkages: Some survey findings from Guangdong”, in James Wen et al. (eds.), The WTO and China: Developing through Globalization, Renmin University Press, September 2001, pp.303-321, in Chinese (first author, with Xu Luodan).
3. “Foreign investment in China: Firm strategies”, in Shang-Jin Wei et al. (eds.), The Globalization of the Chinese Economy, Edward Edgar, 2002 (first author, with Xu Luodan and Liu Liu).
4. “Labor standards and FDI in China: Some survey findings from Guangdong Province”, in Rana Hasan et al. (eds.), The impact of Trade on Labour: Issues, Perspective and Experience from Developing Asia, Elsevier Science/North Holland, 2003, pp.189-243 (first author, with Xu Luodan and Liu Liu).
5. “Technological spillovers of four source groups of FDI firms in Guangdong: A comparison”, Management World, 2004 (6): 14-25, in Chinese (third author, with Xu Luodan and Tan Weihong).
6. “Wage-related labour standards and FDI in China: Some survey findings from Guangdong Province”, Pacific Economic Review, 2004, 9 (3): 225-243 (first author, with Xu Luodan and Liu Liu).
7. “Foreign direct investment and labor reforms: Some evidence from Guangdong Province in China, in Kevin Zhang (ed.), China as a World Workshop, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2006 (first author, with Luodan Xu and Liu Liu).
Research Projects and Grants
1. Foreign Direct Investment in Guangdong (combined funding from the British Council under its Leicester-Zhongshan University Link Programme, Leicester University, and Zhongshan University; April 1997- March 2000).

III. Financial Markets and China’s Rural Finance
Publications
1. “Models of credit rationing with and without asymmetric information: Applications to Chinese financial reforms”, Journal of Financial Research, 2000 (7): 27-38, in Chinese (first author, with Xu Xiaoping).
2. “Informal finance in credit markets of developing countries”, Journal of World Economy, 2003 (7): 61-74., in Chinese (first author, with Xu Zhong and Yu Jiantuo).
3. “The reform of rural credit cooperatives in China and the role of the government”, China Economic Quarterly, 2 (3): 555-572, April 2003, in Chinese (first author, with Xu Zhong).
4. “ROSCA: A survey of the literature”, Journal of Financial Research, 2003 (2): 120-132, in Chinese (first author, with Xu Zhong and Yu Jiantuo).
5. “Trade credit: A review of the literature”, Journal of World Economy, 2004 (1): 66-77, in Chinese (first author, with Xu Zhong and Zhao Yingtao).
6. “A note on the general conditions of adverse and favourable selections on credit markets with uncertainty and information asymmetry”, Finance and Economics, 2004 (3): 5-18, in Chinese (second author, with Xu Xiaoping).
7. “On market-led reforms of RCCs in China: A new reform agenda”, Journal of Financial Research, 2005 (4): 99-113, in Chinese (first author, with Xu Zhong, Yu Jiantuo, Zhou Shengwu, Zhao Yingtao).
8. “ROSCA and rural households’ consumption: An empirical analysis, China Journal of Finance, vol. 3 (1): 1-19, 2005, in Chinese (second author, with Yu Jiantuo and Xu Zhong).
9. Rural Financial Markets in China, China Renmin University Press, Beijing, August 2006. First author, in Chinese (first author, with Yu Jiantuo and Xu Zhong). Rated as one of the top hundred original publications for humanities and social sciences in China in the first bi-annual rating (Sange Yibai) conducted by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the PRC.
10. “The financing of SMEs: A literature review”, China Journal of Finance, 2006, in Chinese (first author, with Yu Jiantuo and Zhao Yingtao).
Research Projects and Grants
1. Credit Cooperatives and Financial System Reforms in Rural China (Ford Foundation, April 2001-Dec. 2003).
2. Rural Financial Markets in China (Ford Foundation, April 2004-Dec. 2005).
3. Rotating Saving and Credit Associations (ROSCA) (Ford Foundation, March 2005-August 2006).

IV. Human Development
A. Health
Publications:
1. “The value of health and its determinants: A review”, in China Economic Quarterly, vol. 5 (1), 2005, in Chinese (second author, with Wang Qu); also in Liu, Minquan; Gu, Xin; Wang Qu (eds.), The Value of Health and Health Inequalities, People’s University Press, Beijing, July 2010.
2. “Human development and health equity: China’s present situation and challenges”, Twenty-first Century, Bimonthly, Hong Kong, No. 98, Dec. 2006, in Chinese (first author, with Wang Qu).
3. “Chinese government health expenditure and its equity”, Journal of Nanjing University, 2007, 44 (3), pp.23-33, in Chinese (first author, with Li Xiaofei and Yu Jiantuo).
4. “The Role of Research Institutions and Think Tanks in Linking Up Governance Evidence with Policy Making in China: The Case of Chinese Healthcare System Reform”, published on UNDP Governance Assessment Portals, UNDP Oslo Governance Centre, 2009.9 (first author, with Wang Qu).
5. The Value of Health and Health Inequalities, People’s University Press, Beijing, July 2010, in Chinese (first editor, with Gu Xin and Wang Qu); a key publication of the State Key Publication Program of the 11th Five-Year Plan of PRC.
6. “Health inequality in China: Current situation and challenges”, in Liu, Minquan, Gu, Xin and Wang, Qu (eds.) The Value of Health and Health Inequality, People’s University Press, Beijing, July 2010, in Chinese (first author, with Wang Qu).
7. “Arduous Journey, Ceaseless Search: Thirty years of healthcare reform in China”, in Zhang Kaining (ed.), Sexual and Reproductive Health in China: Re-orienting Concepts and Methodology, Leiden: Brill, 2011 (first author, with Wang Qu).
8. Public Funding for Maternal and Child Healthcare in China: Funding Modalities and Cost Estimates. Beijing: Science Press, 2012, in Chinese (first author, with Wang Xiaolin, Wang Qu and Han Huawei).
9. “Global health governance in China: the case of China’s health aid to foreign countries”, in K. Lee, T. Pang and Y. Tan (eds.), Asia’s Role in Governing Global Health, Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 2012 (second author, with Wang Qu, Liu Aming, Wei Tao and Li Hang).
Research Projects and Grants
1. Rural Health Service Supplies in China (China Primary Health Care Foundation, July 2007-Dec 2007)
2. Child Health Care Service Research Project (Save The Children (UK), May 2007-Dec 2007)
3. The Role of Government Funding in the Promotion of Universal Access to Maternal and Child Health Services (UNICEF and Ministry of Finance, PRC, Sep 2007-Jun 2008)
4. Feasibility of an Essential National Maternal and Child Health Package and its Costs (UNICEF and Ministry of Finance, PRC, Sept 2007-Dec 2008)
5. Human Resources for Health (HRH) in Rural China Ⅰ(China Medical Board, 2007-2008)
6. Human Resources for Health (HRH) in Rural China Ⅱ: An assessment of the current situation and projection of future needs (International Development Research Centre, June 2008-June 2013)

B. Environment
Publications
1. Integrated Assessment of Trade Liberalization and Trade-related Policies: A Country Study on the Cotton Sector in China, New York: United Nations, 2002 (second author, with Shudong Zhou and Tariq Banuri).
2. “Financial markets, minimum energy efficiency standards and social equity”, Journal of Financial Research, 2006 (10), in Chinese (first author, with Yu Jiantuo and Li Yumin).
3. “Research on the valuation of ecosystem services of the Yellow River Basin: A WTP calculation of Zhengzhou Prefecture in the downstream section”, Economic Sciences, 2007, (6), in Chinese (second author, with Xu Dawei and Li Yawei).
4. “Measurement of river basin ecological compensation based on river water quality”, China Population Resources and Environment, 2008, 18 (4): 189-194, in Chinese (second author, with Xu Dawei and Zheng Haixia).
5. “Human development: Perspectives and sustainability”, Journal of Nanjing University (Philosophy, Humanities and Social Sciences Edition), 2009 (1), in Chinese (first author, with Yu Jiantuo and Wang Qu).
6. “Trade and the environment: A conference summary of the International Conference on Environment and Development”, Economic Science, 2009 (6): 5-13, in Chinese (second author, with Guo Hongyan).
7. “The environmental effect of international trade”, Twenty-First Century, 2010 (2): 4-13, in Chinese (second author, with Guo Hongyan).
8. “The Second Human Development Forum: A conference summary of the International Conference on Environment and Development”, Economic Perspective, 2010 (4): 150-152, in Chinese (second author, with Guo Hongyan).
9. Trade and Environment, China Science Press, Beijing, September 2010, in Chinese (second editor, with Guo Hongyan) (a collection of papers for the International Conference on Trade, Urbanization and the Environment, Beijing, October 2009).
10. “Environment and human development: A literature review”, Journal of Peking University (philosophy and social sciences edition), 2010 (3): 142-151, in Chinese (first author, with Yu Jiantuo).
11. “Economic development and the environment in the thirty years of reform and opening up”, in Benefiting the People: A collection of essays in celebration of the thirty years of reform and opening up, School of Economics, Peking University, Beijing: China Development Press, 2010.
12. “Human development and urbanization”, Journal of Nanjing University (Philosophy, Humanity and Social Sciences edition), 2010 (4): 46-53, in Chinese (second author, with Ji Xi).
13. “Urbanization and the human environment: A conference summary of the International Conference on Environment and Development", Economic Science, 2011 (1): 5-10, in Chinese (second author, with Ji Xi).
14. “The Impact of environmental regulation on international competitiveness: A review”, in Journal of China University of Geosciences (Social Sciences Edition), 2011 (2): 28-33, in Chinese (second author, with Guo Hongyan and Li Xingzhou).
Research Projects and Grants
1. Trade Liberalization and Its Impact on the Environment: The Cotton Sector of China (United Nations Environmental Programme; May 2000 – April 2002).

C. Education
1. “An Economic Analysis of Subsidized Educational Loans in China”, in Nanjing Business Review, 2005 (4): 115-132, in Chinese (first author, with Xu Yimei and Yu Jiantuo).
2. “Tuition Fee Increases and the Equity of Higher Education Opportunity in China”, in Peking University Education Review, vol. 4 (2): pp.47-61, 2006, in Chinese (first author, with Yu Jiantuo and Li Pengfei).
3. “Education and the Roles of the State and Market in Poverty Eradication”, in The Twin Challenges of Reducing Poverty and Creating Employment, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, New York, 2013.
4. “Education and the Role of the State and Market in Poverty Alleviation”, International Poverty Reduction Briefing, 70, pp.1-7. International Poverty Reduction Center of China, Beijing, China, 2013, in Chinese.
5. “Poverty Elimination and Development: The role of the state and market in education”, Journal of Nanjing University (Philosophy, Humanities and Social Sciences edition), No.1, 2014.

D. Other
Publications
1. “Human security: Concept and content”, International Review, 2006 (1), in Chinese (second author, with Liu Zhijun).
2. Human Development in East and Southeast Asia: 1990-2010, background report commissioned by the Human Development Report Office for Human Development Report 2010, UNDP, New York, 2010, available at
http://hdr.undp.org/en/reports/global/hdr2010/papers/HDRP_2010_17.pdf
Research Projects and Grants
1. Human Development in Wujiang, 1949-2001 (Ford Foundation, May 2004-Dec. 2006).

V. Poverty, Inequality and China’s Economic Development
Publications
1. “Regional inequalities and the flow of funds in rural China: An analysis of some RCC data”, in Yao Yang (ed.), Equity and Social Equality in Transitional China, Renmin University Press, 2004, in Chinese (first author, with Xu Zhong, Zhao Yingtao, Yu Jiantuo).
2. “Financial structure, development of small and medium-sized enterprises, and income distribution in the People’s Republic of China”, in Lin Yifu et al. (eds), Inclusive Growth towards a Harmonious Society in the People’s Republic of China, Asian Development Review special issue, 2008, pp.137-155.
3. “Financial structure, development of small and medium-sized enterprises, and income distribution in the People’s Republic of China”, in Lin Yifu et al. (eds), Inclusive Growth towards a Harmonious Society in the People’s Republic of China. China Planning Press, April 2008, pp.233-267, in Chinese (first author, with Yu Jiantuo).
4. Theory and Frontier Issues in International Poverty Reduction, China Agriculture Press, July 2010, in Chinese (associate editor with Huang Chengwei, Li Xiaoyun, Wang Sangui; chief editor: Wu Zhong).
5. “Growth and equity in the PRC: Pattern, causes and challenges”, Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, 3 (3), 2012.
6. “Growth and equity in China: History, present situation, and challenges”, Journal of Beihua University (Social Sciences Edition), 14 (2), 2013, in Chinese.
7. “China’s growth and equity”, in Equity in China, the United Nations System in China, 2013, in English, pp. 28-36; and in Chinese, pp.33-44.
8. “China: Social protection and implications for youth employment”, in Policy in Focus No. 28: Youth and Employment among the BRICKS, UNDP, 2014, pp.22-24.
9. “The pattern of China’s growth and equity”, in Amartya Sen et al., From Growth to Development, People’s University Press, May 2015, in Chinese.
10. From Growth to Development, People’s University Press, May 2015, in Chinese (with Amartya Sen, Qingjie Xia and Xiaolin Wang).
Working papers
1. Understanding the Pattern of Growth and Equity in the People’ Republic of China, Asian Development Bank Institute Working Paper No. 331, December 2011.
2. Building Blocks for Equitable Growth: Lessons from the BRICS, Working Paper 365, Overseas Development Institute, London, January 2013 (with Vandemoortele, M., K. Bird, A. Du Toit, K. Sen and F.V. Soares).
Research Projects and Grants
1. Development of the Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and Poverty Reduction in China (CFED, June 2006-April 2007).
2. International Poverty Reduction Briefings (International Poverty Reduction Center of China (IPRCC), 2009.8- 2011.7)
3. International Cooperation and Exchange in Poverty Reduction in China: Lessens and Experiences (China International Center for Economic and Technical Exchanges, 2009.12 -2011.12)

VI. Disaster Risk Management
Publications:
1. Liu, Minquan and S. Hossain, 2012. “Disasters and Supply Chains in the Region”, State of the Region: 2012-2013, Pacific Economic Cooperation Council, pp. 9-11, 2012.
2. Asian Development Bank and Asian Development Bank Institute, 2013. Disaster Risk Management in Asia and the Pacific: Issues Paper, prepared for the Asian Development Bank Annual Meeting, Delhi, May 2013. (I was the principal drafter of the report.)
3. Liu, Minquan and Khan Kikkawa, 2015.“Disaster Risk Financing: A Review”,in China Development Research Foundation,Parametric Insurance and Reform of the Natural Disaster Relief System in China,China Development Press,August 2015,in Chinese.
4. “Disaster Risk Financing: A Review”,Study & Exploration,2015(12).
Commissioned Reports:
1. “Hazard-Resilient Health Services: A supply-chain perspective”, research paper commissioned by the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia, Jakarta, March 2015.
2. “Strengthening Regional Cooperation in Disaster Risk Management and Response: Disaster Risk Financing for Relief, Recovery and Reconstruction in ASEAN”, research paper commissioned by the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia for deliberations on framing the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) Post 2015, Jakarta, January 2015.
3. “Disaster Risk Financing: A Review”, paper commissioned by the China Development Research Foundation for the research project Parametric Insurance and Reform of the Natural Disaster Relief System in China, 2014, in Chinese (lead author, with Khan Kikkawa).
Work in Progress
1. Liu, Minquan and M. Huang, 2014. “Compound Disasters and Compounding Processes: Implications for Disaster Risk Management”, input paper prepared for the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2015, January 2014. Submitted to the journal Disaster, invited to revise and re-submit.
2. Liu, Minquan, K. Kikkawa and S. Hossain, 2014. “Natural Disasters and Production Networks in the Asia-Pacific Region”, input paper prepared for the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2015, April 2014. Submitted to the journal Disaster, expecting editors’ reply.
3. Anbumozhi V., M. Liu and K. Kikkawa, 2013. “Prospects and Challenges of Integrating Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation: Lessons from Asia and the Pacific”, input paper prepared for the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2015, December 2013.

VII. Miscellaneous Publications
1. “Capitalist Firms and Public Enterprises: Ownership reform and privatisation of Chinese SOEs”, in S. Cook et al. (eds.), The Chinese Economy under Transition, Macmillan, 2000, pp.35-63.
2. “Effects of Salary Increases on Corruption by Public Servants under Uncertainty: An analysis”, Quantitative and Technical Economic Research, 2004 (12): 95-105, in Chinese (second author, with Zhou Jun).
3. “On the Cause of Real Estate Price Rises and Price Bubble in China”, Journal of Financial Research, 2009.10, pp.22-37, in Chinese (first author, with Sun Bo).
4. “Social Policy in China and India: The Role of Land Ownership and Economic Size”, One Pager, No. 202. International Policy Center for Inclusive Growth, Policy Practice, Bureau for Development Policy, UNDP, 2013.

TRANSLATIONS
1. Amartya Sen, Development as Freedom, translated into Chinese, published by the People’s University Press, Beijing, 2002 (with Ren Ze, Yu Ying and Liu Liu).
2. Michael Marmot, The Status Syndrome, translated into Chinese, published by the People’s University Press, Beijing, 2008 (with Guo Yan)
3. UNDP, Human Development Report 2009, translated into Chinese, published by the China Financial &Economic Publishing House, Beijing, 2009 (with Wang Suxia and Xia Jun).
4. Sabina Alkire, The Missing Dimension of Poverty, translated into Chinese, published by the China Science Press, Beijing, April 2010 (with Han Huawei).
5. Amartya Sen, Identity and Violence: the Illusion of Destiny, published by the People’s University Press, Beijing in Oct. 2010 (with Li Fenghua et al.)
6. Amartya Sen, The Idea of Justice, People’s University Press, Beijing, 2012 (with Wang Lei and Li Hong).

SELECTED COMMISIONED PAPERS AND REPORTS
1. “Strengthening Regional Cooperation in Disaster Risk Management and Response: Disaster Risk Financing for Relief, Recovery and Reconstruction in ASEAN”, research paper commissioned by the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia for deliberations on framing the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) Post 2015, Jakarta, January 2015.
2. “Disaster Risk Financing: A Review”, paper commissioned by the China Development Research Foundation for the research project Parametric Insurance and Reform of the Natural Disaster Relief System in China, 2014, in Chinese (lead author, with Khan Kikkawa).
3. “Natural Disasters and Production Networks in the Asia-Pacific Region”, input paper prepared for the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2015, April 2014 (lead author, with K. Kikkawa and S. Hossain).
4. “Compound Disasters and Compounding Processes: Implications for Disaster Risk Management”, input paper prepared for the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2015, January 2014 (lead author, with Michael Huang).
5. “Prospects and Challenges of Integrating Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation: Lessons from Asia and the Pacific”, input paper prepared for the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2015, December 2013 (second author, with V. Anbumozhi and K. Kikkawa).
6. “Human Development in East and Southeast Asia: 1990-2010”, background report commissioned by the Human Development Report Office for Human Development Report 2010, UNDP, New York, 2010, available at
http://hdr.undp.org/en/reports/global/hdr2010/papers/HDRP_2010_17.pdf (lead author, with Y. Yin et al.).
7. Chapter on “Overview of Global Poverty Reduction and Development” in China Poverty Alleviation Yearbook 2010, commissioned by the International Poverty Reduction Centre of China (IPRCC), in Chinese (lead author, with S. Wang).
8. “Global Health Governance in China: The Case of China’s Health Aid to Foreign Countries”, report commissioned by the S.T. Lee Project on Global Health Governance, Global Health Governance (GHG) Study Group, The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, October 2009-June 2010 (second author, with Wang Qu et al.).
9. “Urbanization and Human Development: International Experience and Chinese Options”, background report commissioned by the China Development Research Foundation for China Development Report 2009, in Chinese (with Ji Xi), 2009.
10. “The Role of Research Institutions and Think Tanks in Linking Up Governance Evidence with Policy Making in China: The Case of Healthcare System Reform”, a report commissioned by the UNDP Governance Center (Oslo), Discussion Paper 7, Oslo Governance Center, 2009; downloadable at: http://www.gaportal.org/support/workshops/cairo-roundtable-evidence-governance-policy (lead author, with Wang Qu).
11. “Financial Structure, Development of Small and Medium Enterprises, and Income Distribution in the People’s Republic of China”, report commissioned by the Asian Development Bank, Manila, published in Asian Development Review, 2008, vol. 25, nos. 1-2, pp. 137-155 (lead author, with Yu Jiantuo).
12. “Social Welfare Systems: An International Comparison”, background report commissioned by the China Development Research Foundation for China Development Report 2008, in Chinese (lead author, with Yu, Jiantuo).
13. “China’s Healthcare Reforms”, report commissioned by the Ford Foundation reviewing the 30 years of Chinese healthcare reforms since the economic reforms in the late 1970s, published in Kaining Zhang (ed.), Reorienting Concepts and Methodology: the 30 Years SRH in China, China Social Security Press, November 2008, pp.237-265, in Chinese (lead author, with Wang Qu).
14. “Child Nutrition and Public Policies: An International Review”, report commissioned by China Development Research Foundation, CDRF Report, Issue 41, July 2008, in Chinese (lead author, with Yu Jiantuo).
15. “Theories and Policy Practices of International Poverty-Relief”, background paper commissioned by China Development Research Foundation for China Development Report 2007, Sept. 2006 (with Yu Jiantuo).
 


Honors and Awards:

1. Amelia Jackson Senior Studentship, Exeter College, Oxford, 1987-1989;
2. Baring Scholarship, Exeter College, Oxford, 1987-1989;
3. Third World Scholarship, Exeter College, Oxford, 1985-1987;
4. Chinese Govt. Overseas Studies Award, 1978-1981. 


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