Professor of Economics at Peking University National School of Development (NSD)
Director of PKU China Center for Health Economic Research (CCHER),
Member of China State Council Health Reform Advisory Commission
Economics、Health and development economics、health reform and pharmaceutical economics
Dr. Gordon Liu is a Professor of Economics at Peking University National School of Development (NSD), and Director of PKU China Center for Health Economic Research (CCHER), His research interests include health and development economics, health reform, and pharmaceutical economics. Prior to PKU NSD, he served as full professor at PKU Guanghua School of Management (2006-2013); tenured associate professor at UNC Chapel Hill (2000–2006); and assistant professor at the University of Southern California (1994–2000). He was the 2005-2006 President of the Chinese Economists Society, and the founding chair of Asian Consortium for the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR).
Dr. Liu serves on China State Council Health Reform Advisory Commission, and is the current president of the Chinese Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (CSPOR). He also sits on the UN "Sustainable Development and Solution Network" (SDSN) Leadership Council led by Professor Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University, and Co-Chairs the "Health for All" Thematic Working Group.
Associate Editor for Health Economics (HE), China Economic Quarterly (CEQ), Value in Health (The ISPOR official journal), and Editor-in-Chief for China Journal of Pharmaceutical Economics (CJPE).
Honors & Awards
The Top Ten 2013 Annual People of Healthy China