Adam Liu

Courses

EAST 407, PLSC 389

The Political Economy of Reform in China

Intended for graduate students and upper year undergraduates, this class seeks to explain how politics and the evolution of political institutions help explain the patterns and outcomes of major economic reforms in a single-party authoritarian state. While the focus is on China, important themes in political economy will be drawn and discussed. 

Term: Spring 2019
Day/Time: HTBA
PLSC 389, EAST 407

The Political Economy of Reform in China

Intended for graduate students and upper year undergraduates, this class seeks to explain how politics and the evolution of political institutions help explain the patterns and outcomes of major economic reforms in a single-party authoritarian state. While the focus is on China, important themes in political economy will be drawn and discussed.

Term: Spring 2019
Day/Time: HTBA
PLSC 747, GLBL 533

The Political Economy of Reform in China

This class seeks to explain how politics and the evolution of political institutions help explain the patterns and outcomes of major economic reforms in a single-party authoritarian state. While the focus is on China, important themes in political economy are drawn and discussed.

Term: Spring 2019
Day/Time: HTBA