Nan Liu is an Economist in the Life Sciences Practice. He received his PhD in Economics from the University of Virginia, where he taught undergraduate courses in intermediate microeconomics. He has extensive experience working with large-scale transaction-level data sets and estimating quantitative general equilibrium models. His doctoral studies focused on international trade and development economics, and in his dissertation Dr. Liu analyzed the welfare impact of trade conflicts in the presence of global supply chains.
PhD, Economics, University of Virginia
MA, Economics, University of Virginia
BS, Economics, Pennsylvania State University (highest distinction)