Associate Economist The Conference Board China Center for Economics and Business
Xiaoqin Li is Associate Economist for The Conference Board China Center for Economics and Business. Her research focuses on the measurement of productivity in China and analysis of the industrial sector, with a particular focus on the implications of Input-Output table accounting. She also conducts research on the China consumer market. She received her PhD in Management and Economics from Beihang University.
Her research with The Conference Board include contributions to the research of The Advent of China’s ‘One Child Boomers’, Assessing Trends in the “Rate of Return to Education” in China, the China Productivity Quarterly, and several contributions to The Conference Board China Center Chart of the Week series.
Publications by Xiaoqin LiChina Center Publications
China Center Chart of the Week: Do weak retail sales over the Chinese New Year holiday signal slowing consumption growth?
22 February, 2013
China Center Chart of the Week: Real household consumption increasingly hard to gauge using the monthly “Retail Sales of
Consumer Goods” statistic
07 February, 2013
China Center Chart of the Week: Interdependence of Chinese and Japanese economies is much larger than their trade
25 January, 2013
China Center Chart of the Week: Consumption is the most important driver of labor demand
14 December, 2012
China Center Chart of the Week: Investment and exports diminish as growth drivers, but remain critical to sustaining economy’s
15 November, 2012
China’s 12th Five-Year Plan – Implications for Human Capital
18 April, 2012
China Productivity: Labor Productivity by Ownership Type
20 March, 2012
China Productivity Quarterly
01 April, 2011