Dr. Kui-Wai Li holds degrees from U.K. universities and specializes in the political economy of development. His research interests cover topics in financial crisis, globalization and growth, productivity and economic efficiency analysis, and Asia and China economy. He has been a consultant to world institutions and interviewed regularly by the media. Between 2006 and 2010, Dr. Li has secured four Strategic Research Grants from the City University of Hong Kong.
Li, Kui-Wai, and Xianbo Zhou, 2011, “The Impact of Openness and Domestic Performance of Growth using Non-parametric Estimations”, Applied Economics Letters, forthcoming. Li, Kui-Wai, and Tung Liu, 2011, “Economic and Productivity Growth Decomposition: An Application to Post-reform China”, Economic Modelling, 28: 366-373. Li, Kui-Wai, and Xianbo Zhou, 2010, “Openness, Domestic Performance and Growth”, Economics Letters, 107: 13-16. Li, Kui-Wai, 2009, “China’s Total Factor Productivity Estimates by Region, Investment Sources and Ownership”, Economic Systems, 33 (3) September: 213-230. Chow, Gregory C., and Kui-Wai Li, 2002, “China’s Economic Growth: 1952-2010”, Economic Development and Cultural Change, 51 (1) October: 247-256.